Three Crusaders were named to The Seattle Times and The News Tribune's all-state high school football teams: Sam Adams, Ayden Hector and J.T. Tuimoloau.
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Chuck GoodmanHead Coach
Chuck Goodman has been the head coach for Eastside Catholic boys' lacrosse since 2016. He led the Crusaders to a WHSBLA Division 1 championship game appearance in 2016 and captured the inaugural WHSBLA Private School boys lacrosse trophy in 2017. As a student, Coach Chuck attended Bainbridge High School and played MCLA college lacrosse with the Western Washington University Vikings. While playing defense for WWU, Coach Chuck was a two-year team president and two-year captain. He also earned All-Conference honors his junior and senior years and Honorable Mention All-American his senior year. Upon graduating, Coach Chuck served as a varsity assistant coach with the Bellingham Warriors High School program for two years before accepting the head coach position at EC. Coach Chuck also works as a Learning Resources teacher at EC and lives in Seattle.
Our Crusader football team has been selected to participate in the GEICO State Champions Bowl Series in Phoenix, Arizona!
Congratulations to our football team on winning the WIAA 3A State Championship against O'Dea 31-13!
Eastside Catholic and O'Dea will make history when they play for the WIAA 3A Football State Championship on Friday, November 30.
With a win over Bellevue High School on Saturday, November 24, the Crusaders advanced to the WIAA 3A State Football Championship against O'Dea High School on Friday, November 30, 7:30 p.m. at the Tacoma Dome.
Sam Adams may share the same name as his father, who played in the NFL, but he's establishing his own reputation on the football field.
The football team remained on top of the recent 3A Associated Press poll. See the rest of the rankings in The Seattle Times article.
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.