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Athletics

HS Athletics

Building character, fostering teamwork, having fun

Sports are an important part of life at Eastside Catholic. Approximately 85% of students participate in at least one sport per year. More than 20 different EC teams compete in the Metro AAA league, which includes Bainbridge, Bishop Blanchet, Chief Sealth, Cleveland, Franklin, Holy Names, Ingraham, Lakeside, Nathan Hale, O’Dea, Rainier Beach, Seattle Prep and West Seattle.

 

Eastside Catholic athletes have distinguished themselves both on and off the playing fields, earning all-metro, all-league and all-academic honors. Many of our athletes go on to play at the collegiate level. Currently we have graduates playing sports at Dartmouth, Army, University of Pennsylvania, Oregon State University and Arizona State University, among others.

Sports offered at Eastside Catholic
Three sport seasons are held during the year. All students are encouraged to participate, regardless of experience. Tryouts are held at the beginning of the season and cuts are made in most sports. Some sports have both junior varsity and varsity teams. Some sports have freshman or freshman-sophomore teams as well.
Need Additional Information about EC?
Students who wish to learn more about Eastside Catholic’s athletic, academic and arts programs are encouraged to contact a member of our Admissions team: Director of Admissions Charlene Kletzly at ckletzly@eastsidecatholic.org or 425-295-3014.
Meet Our Athletics Department
Jeremy Thielbahr
Athletic Director & Head Football Coach
(425) 295-3010
Jeremy Thielbahr joined the Eastside Catholic staff as head football coach and assistant athletic director on June 1, 2011. For the last four years, Thielbahr has been at Division I University of Idaho, most recently as assistant coach for running backs and special teams coordinator. Prior to this assignment, Thielbahr coached both offense and defense at Montana State University, as well as being assistant head coach and recruiting coordinator. Thielbahr was on PAC-10 championship-winning teams as both a student-athlete and assistant coach at Washington State University with the 2001 Rose Bowl, 2001 Sun Bowl and 2003 Holiday Bowl. At Montana State in 2005, he helped the team win the Big Sky championships. Thielbahr graduated in 2001 from Washington State University with a double major in social studies and history, and a minor in sociology. He also has a M.A. in teaching.

Stacey Stoutt
Assistant Athletic Director
(425) 295-3012

Bill Liley
Assistant Athletic Director and Head Basketball Coach
(425) 295-3148

Kristen Slonski
Athletic Trainer
(425) 295-3011
Select a Team
Select a Team:
Cheer
Cross Country - Varsity
Dance/Drill Team
Football - Freshman, Boys
Football - JV, Boys
Football - Varsity, Boys
Golf - JV
Golf - Varsity
Soccer - JV, Girls
Soccer - Varsity, Girls
Special Olympics Bowling
Volleyball - JV, Girls
Volleyball - JV-C, Girls
Volleyball - Varsity, Girls
Basketball - JV, Boys
Basketball - JV, Girls
Basketball - JV-C, Boys
Basketball - Varsity, Boys
Basketball - Varsity, Girls
Special Olympics - Basketball
Swimming - Varsity
Wrestling - Varsity, Boys
Wrestling C
Baseball - JV, Boys
Baseball - JV-C, Boys
Baseball - Varsity, Boys
Cheer - Spring
Fastpitch Softball - JV, Girls
Fastpitch Softball - Varsity, Girls
Lacrosse - JV, Boys
Lacrosse - JV, Girls
Lacrosse - Varsity, Boys
Lacrosse - Varsity, Girls
Soccer - JV, Boys
Soccer - Varsity, Boys
Special Olympics
Tennis - JV
Tennis - Varsity
Track - Varsity