Our varsity football team was ranked the top football team in the state of Washington and 13th overall in the nation according to a recent MaxPreps ranking.
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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Recent Class of 2019 graduates Harper Brown and Nicole Moe were named honorable mentions in the Washington State Sports Collectors Association (WSSCA) 3A All-State Team.
Senior Griffin Barker committed to play basketball at the University of Redlands next year.
Congratulations to the following seniors who signed commitment letters to play their sport at the collegiate level on National Letter of Intent Signing Day.
Head Football Coach Dominic Daste didn’t think he’d have a career in coaching after his playing days at the University of Washington.
Varsity boys basketball had a great run in the WIAA 3A Hardwood Classic State Basketball Tournament. They narrowly lost to O'Dea, the eventual state champion, in the semifinals before defeating Rainier Beach for third place.
Sophomore Shane Nowell met with the Tacoma News Tribune after the state quarterfinal win against Ingraham to break down the game.
Stacey Stoutt has accepted an offer to continue in her role as acting athletic director for the current school year and will take the helm as our athletic director effective July 1, 2019. Dominic Daste has accepted an offer to lead the Crusader football team as head football coach effective July 1, 2019.