Congratulations to our Crusader football team who defeated O'Dea High School in the State Championship, 20-12!
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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Senior Gee Scott Jr. has formed a special friendship with a fan this football season.
Congratulations to the Crusader football team who will advance to the State Championship for the second year in a row. They play O'Dea High School on Saturday, December 7, 12 p.m. at Sparks Stadium in Puyallup.
Congratulations to senior Sophia Meyers who was named to the Star Times volleyball team.
Congratulations to junior J.T. Tuimoloau who was named the Star Times Defensive Player of the Year for football.
The Crusaders bested the Bellevue Wolverines, 50-21, to advance to the State semifinals. They'll play Lincoln on Saturday, November 30, 1 p.m. at Sammamish High School.
The All-American Bowl’s Road to the Dome tour visited Eastside Catholic School on Thursday, November 21 to recognize three student-athletes as 2020 All-Americans: Sam Adams II, Ayden Hector and Gee Scott Jr.
Volleyball dominated in the Metro and District tournaments, and one senior broke the record for kills in a season along the way.