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- Pre-Participation Physical Evaluation Form
- All high school athletes must have a current physical on file prior to participation in athletics. Physicals are valid for two years.
Brandi FaithProgram Director/Head Coach
This is Coach Faith’s third season coaching at EC. She is a Washington native and earned numerous awards and honors as a distance runner at Ephrata High School. She earned a scholarship to the University of Washington where she competed in cross country and track and field while earning a bachelor's degree in history. Coach Faith moved to California where she earned her secondary teaching credential from Santa Clara University before embarking on her teaching and coaching career. Coach Faith returned to Washington to raise her family and has enjoyed coaching middle school, high school, post-collegiate and other adult runners for more than fifteen years.
Andrew HarrisAssistant Coach
Jennifer GrambihlerAssistant Coach
The girls volleyball teams host Bainbridge Island High School teams in our eighth annual cancer awareness No One Fights Alone (NOFA) match on Thursday, September 26 in the Athletic Pavilion.
Could this year's football team be one of the best in state history?
With the EC football season right around the corner, junior J.T. Tuimoloau is ready to embark on his third football season with the Crusaders.
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.
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.