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JH Flag Football Try-Outs

Junior High flag football tryouts will be October 17th-19th from 3:30-5.  You will meet at the football bleachers on the first day of tryouts.  You must have a current sports physical turned in as well as the athletic paperwork completed before tryouts.  Please see Mrs. Kendall for a tryout pass.


On March 30th at 6:30pm in the Board Room, there will be a parent information night for football.  The meeting will cover upcoming events and the summer schedule. See you there!

The Record Searchlight names five Uprep Athletes

We are excited to announce that five of our athletes were named in the 2016 All-Record Searchlight teams!  Madison T., senior and captain of the volleyball team was named Third Team All-Around player!  As a senior she was an All-NAL pick and distributed 440 assists and had 48 aces for the season. Junior Linebacker Dawson G.,

Bradley P. signed with Western Oregon!

Senior football player Bradley P. signed a letter of intent to play for Western Oregon University. He is the first player in UPrep history to sign with a Division II program. Congratulations Bradley!


Summer practices for JV and Varsity football begin June 13th @ 6pm on the UPrep Football field!!  PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU TURN IN A CURRENT PHYSICAL AND ATHLETIC PACKET BEFORE TRYOUTS!  The athletic packet needs to be completed online (on our main athletics home page go to “Panthers HQ” tab, then Athletics Clearance Forms).  You will need

The U-Prep Football Experience…

“Football is like life-it requires perseverance, self-denial, hard work, sacrifice, dedication and respect for authority.  That’s a quote by the football great, Mr. Trophy himself Vince Lombardi, and it couldn’t be more true about America’s favorite sport.  For me, football was initially only a way to get into shape, to get fit and strong like


The U-Prep Panthers hosted the Trinity Wolves for their 2015 Homecoming.  The league match-up featured two teams driving towards the play-offs.  Trinity entered the game with a 6-2 record (1-1 league) and U-Prep had a 6-1 record (1-0) league.  Early in the game it quickly became evident that it would be a defensive battle.  Both