Park High

Park Athletics



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video tutorial on how to use the Ticket Spicket app

*If a student or community member wants to attend a school event and is unable to utilize the Ticket Spicket app, please contact the activities director for support to purchase a ticket. 

Park High School offers 19 WIAA sanctioned athletic programs. Park is a part of the Southeast Conference (SEC), which is made up of Park, Racine Horlick, Racine Case, Kenosha Bradford, Kenosha Tremper, Kenosha Indian Trail, Oak Creek and Franklin.

Information and Forms

Click here for coach contact information.

Feel free to visit the SEC to view all school schedules and sign up for alerts at

The programs that are offered are education focused and look to develop student-athletes who become productive citizens in our community. Student athletes who compete on behalf of Park High School are expected to represent the school in a positive manner both in and out of school. Student athletes past, present and future wear the blue and orange with pride!


Each student-athlete is expected to abide by the policies and procedures set forth by RUSD in the athletic codebook. If you have any questions regarding the codebook, please contact the Park Activities Director.


The athletic training office is located in the field house hallway next to the girls varsity locker room.  All students must sign in if receiving services from our athletic trainers.

Chirsty Purpero
School hours are posted on office door 

NCAA Student-Athlete Eligibility

Parents and students interested in playing college athletics should visit the NCAA Eligibility Center and create a profile.  Please use the current NCAA Eligibility Guide to help you along the way or feel free to contact your student's counselor.  

Southeastern Conference Calendar


NCAA member schools require incoming student-athletes to build a foundation of high school courses that will best prepare them for the academic expectations in college.

  • To play Division I sports, you must earn 16 core courses.
  • Ten of them must be completed prior to the seventh semester. Those ten courses are “locked in” and can’t be retaken to improve the grade-point average.
  • Seven of those 10 must be a combination of English, math or natural or physical science that fulfills the overall distribution requirements listed below.
  • If you don’t earn 10 courses before your seventh semester, you are still eligible to practice and receive a scholarship, but you can’t compete.
  • For a complete list of your high school’s NCAA core courses, visit


  • 4 years of English.
  • 3 years of mathematics (Algebra I or higher).
  • 2 years of natural/physical science (1 year of lab if offered by high school).
  • 1 year of additional English, mathematics or natural/physical science.
  • 2 years of social science.
  • 4 years of additional courses (from any area above, foreign language or comparative religion/philosophy).


Click on the topic below to learn more on WIAA Rules and Regulations:
Eligibility Rules
Amateur Status
Coaching Contact


Panther Wrestling History

Park High School was one of the first high schools in Wisconsin to have wrestling. "Buck" Weaver started and coached the team in 1933. The state meet was held at Park High School in 1948. Since then it has been held in Madison at the UW Fieldhouse and the Kohl Center. Park has produced 20 State Champions. The last State Champion from Park was Mark Sommer in 1992. Park has also produced 16 runner-ups. Park has won 2 State Championships, in 1967 and 1969. Those teams were led by Duane Kleven who would eventually go on to become the Head Coach at the University of Wisconsin. In 1994, Park produced a record 10 State Qualifiers to the State Individual Wrestling Tournament as well as qualifying for the State Team Tournament. In 2000, Park produced 6 State Qualifiers and again won the Team Sectional giving Park it's 2nd appearance at the State Team Tournament. In 2003 Park sent 7 State Qualifiers to Madison, and the 2009 team sent 6 State Qualifiers to wrestle at the Kohl Center. In all, Park wrestlers have medaled at the State Tournament over 70 times. In addition, Park has had over 150 individuals qualify for the State Individual Tournament. 

For more information head to the Park High School Wrestling Website or like us on Facebook.


Jon Burdick (Head Coach)
Jon Burdick is a former Park wrestler that graduated in 2001. When he graduated he was the all time wins leader at Park with 140 wins. He was a 3x State Qualifier and 2x State Placer. He wrestled at UW-Stevens Point after high school. Jon came back to Racine and has been coaching at Park for the past 7 years. He is currently in his 4th season of being the Head Coach for the Panthers. 

Cameron Pope (Assistant Coach)
Cameron Pope is a former Horlick wrestler that graduated in 1999. He was a 4 years letter winner at Horlick and ranks among the top in all-time wins for the school. Cameron is in his 2nd year coaching at Park. 

Luke Adams (Volunteer Coach)
Luke Adams is a former Park wrestler that graduated in 2000. While at Park he had an impressive 77-4 record over 2 years and was a 2x State Qualifier. Luke wrestled in college at UW-LaCrosse helping them win Conference Titles in each of his years there. Luke has been coaching at Park since 2007.