Junior Gee Scott was named a top high school wide receiver in the state of Washington by The News Tribune. Read their thoughts about the talented pass catcher online.
An athletics program with a focus on leadership and sportsmanship
Eastside Catholic is committed to an athletic program of excellence. At the high school level, 17 athletic teams are offered at the varsity level with many offering JV and JV-C level teams as well. More than 75 percent of our high school students play at least one sport each year. Our middle school students participate in the Archdiocese of Seattle Catholic Youth Organization (CYO) athletic program where they compete in three seasons of sports including cross country, soccer, volleyball and track and field. Learn more about the Middle School athletic program.
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The football team handed Garfield High School at 50-7 loss on September 28 after losing to the Bulldogs in the state quarterfinals last year.
The football team earned their first victory of the 2018 season against Central Catholic (Oregon) on Saturday, September 8. They also started a new cinder block celebration in the process.
The Issaquah-Sammamish Reporter previewed the Crusaders upcoming season.
Four Crusaders were named to The News Tribune’s 2018 preseason all-state high school football team while four others received honorable mentions.
Jaylahn (J.T.) Tuimoloau has been named the top sophomore recruit, Class of 2021, in the nation for the by 247Sports.
Eastside Catholic is listed by MaxPreps as the top football team in Washington state going into the 2018-19 season. Way to go Crusaders!
Eastside Catholic is pleased to announce that Gabby Lindblad has been selected as head coach for the girls swim team for the 2018-19 school year.