Track and Field
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Upcoming events are posted on the Athletics Calendar
- 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.
- Track and Field begins Monday, February 25 and is a no cut sport. Practices will be held from 3 - 4:45 Monday - Friday, except on meet days. There will be a parent meeting on Tuesday, February 26 at 5 p.m. in the Athletic Pavilion Boardroom.
Jarrod RobertsHead Coach
Coach Roberts has coached Track and Field for the past 14 years. Before coaching at Eastside Catholic, he spent eight years coaching at Western Washington University where he helped develop their field program. Having coached seven All-Americans and eight school record holders, he developed two National Champions in the Javelin. Roberts also spent one season as the Throws coach at Bellingham High School. As a student-athlete at Western Washington University, he competed in the throwing events, specializing in the Hammer Throw. Prior to his arrival at Western, Coach Roberts competed for the Eastside Track Club and here at Eastside Catholic. He currently holds a USATF Level 2 Certification. He has also previously been a guest coach at the Ironwood Thrower Development Camp.
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.