• State High Football Radio Broadcasts

    Fans can tune into Bigfoot Country Legends radio at 103.7 or 104.3 FM for all State High Football action all season long, including both regular season and postseason games. 

    Bigfoot Legends radio



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  • Give Girls Wrestling a Shot

    We are happy to announce the addition of a Girls Wrestling team at State College.  

    Girls Wrestling

    Girls Wrestling Informational Flier

    Why Girls Wrestling



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  • Flashing Lights

    Please be aware that events at Memorial Field may contain bright, flashing lights and/or imagery that may cause discomfort and/or seizures for those with light sensitivity. The bright or flashing lights may occur during, but are not limited to, introductions, in-game scores, end of game victories, as well as halftime and post-game band performances.


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  • LIVE STREAMING of Events:

    Mid Penn Conference Schools


    State College Events


    Link:  Memorial Field and North Gym

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  • Want to become a PIAA Official?

    The PIAA has recently opened up the opportunity for 16-17 year olds to become certified officials for MS and 9th grade contests. 

    Requirements can be found on the PIAA website at: Become a PIAA Official


    PIAA will be waiving the registration fees for any student belonging to this program.


    Those interested should fill out the application form found here and forward to Kim Hill at PIAA: khill@piaa.org


    Junior officials will be provided a mentor by the chapter they join and will also be provided training by that same chapter.


    Thank you in advance for your help with the recruitment of PIAA officials.



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    Please see the document below for important information and dates re: Sports Baseline Concussion testing. 


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  • PIAA and the NIL Rules 

    Name, Image and Likeness. Students may receive consideration for the use of their own name, image and likeness (NIL). Such permissible activities include:

    • commercial endorsements,
    • promotional activities,
    • social media presence,
    • product or service advertisements,
    • unique digital items/assets.


    NIL contracts/agreements need to come from analysis of the value an athlete brings for providing a specific service/activity, not as an incentive for enrollment decisions or membership on a team.

    NOTE: No school or anyone employed by or affiliated with a member school, including booster clubs, coaches, collectives, administrators and alumni, may solicit, arrange, negotiate or pay for a student’s, other than their own child, use of their NIL and/or the provision of consideration to a student for the use of their NIL.

    In engaging in NIL activities, students MAY NOT:

    • make any reference to PIAA or a PIAA member school (including the school and/or team name, nicknames, terms by which a school or team is commonly referred or identified, logo)
    • wear school uniforms or school-identifying apparel or items
    • endorse or promote any third-party entities, goods or services during team/school activities
    • wear the apparel or display the logo, insignia, or identifying mark of an NIL partner during any team/school athletic activities, unless it is part of the standard school uniform for that sport
    • engage in any NIL activities involving, displaying or endorsing the following categories of products and services:
      • Adult entertainment products and services;
      • Alcohol products;
      • Casinos and gambling, including sports betting, the lottery, and betting in connection with video games, on-line games and mobile devices;
      • Tobacco and electronic smoking products and devices;
      • Opioids and prescription pharmaceuticals;
      • Controlled dangerous substances;
      • Weapons, firearms and ammunition.


    Students must notify the Principal/Athletic Director if they enter into any type of NIL contracts/agreements within 72 hours (or prior to the next contest) after entering into the agreement.


    Please See NIL Informational Resource from NFHS




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  • Respect, Support and Protect our PIAA Officials

    Please do your part in respecting and supporting our PIAA Game Officials. Watch this important VIDEO for more information. Coaches coach. Players play. Spectators cheer. Officials officiate. Let's do our part.  

    PIAA Respect



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  • Communication Pathway and Guidance for Families 

    Please refer to this communications document for helpful guidance and tips to be a family member of a student athlete. 


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  • Student-Athlete Mental and Emotional Health Support

    We recognize and support our athletes and all that they have to balance and juggle in life.  Please see this presentation as a resource and source of support.  

    As always, please contact your coach, counselor, parent or trusted adult if you are struggling with the challenges of life.  Or contact anyone in our My Mental Health Matters office.

    If you have any concerns about mental health struggles of a child, please see this LINK for assistance.

    If you know or suspect that someone is a threat to themselves of others, please say something. Go to Safe2Say for assistance or call 911.

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  • Why we believe in Athletics: 

    What is your WHY?

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  • Before, During, After Checklist:

    Player / Parent Acknowledgement Form (view only: print, sign, scan, submit)

    B-D-A Protocol


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  • The SCASD is committed to support opportunities for our children and families. 

    Do you know a student that could benefit?

    The Richard Queeney Memorial fund and the Sue Sheridan Fund are two resources that are available to help students who lack necessary resources for participation. Both funds have specific parameters and are dedicated to offering support to students with financial need.


    • Any student k-12
    • Who attend a school in the State College Area School District
    • Who may need financial assistance to attend a field trip, educational experience, or cover the costs of participating in other opportunities


    If interested or in need, please reach out to your school counselor to discuss.





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  • Name a Locker

    Leave your Legacy...  Name a Locker at newly renovated Memorial Field.

    Here is how.... (LINK)



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About us

  • Welcome to the State College Area School District Athletic Department

    Better Together

    Chris Weakland, Athletic Director

    Loren Crispell, Assistant Athletic Director

    Susie Sekunda, Secretary

    Tammy Smith, Secretary


    650 Westerly Parkway State College, PA 16801
    Office hours 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.



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