Participating in athletics is a great way for students to get involved in student life at East High School. East has a proud athletic history, winning state titles in a number of different sports, recently including girls basketball and softball. The East High athletic department promotes hard hard, positive attitudes and sportsmanship. In the activities section you will find information on each of the sports played at East including schedules, directions and information regarding youth clubs.
Schedule & Directions
You have come to the right place to find all of your East High athletic events. In this section you will find a calendar displaying events for all of your Scarlet teams, including full season schedules for each individual sport. To help you find these athletic events, directions are also provided to East High School, Williams Stadium, James Cownie Sports Park and Grandview Golf Course (East High’s home golf course).
The start of each new school year means an opportunity for students to get involved in fall athletics. Athletes on the football field are led by Greg Schoon. Girls on the volleyball court are led by coach Stephanie Carroll. Boys on the golf course are led by coach Bob Bagley. Girls are led in the pool by swimming coach Erin Lowe, and cross country athletes are led by coach Alex Hammer. You can find more information about each fall sport in this section.
When the weather begins to warm, it’s time for East High spring athletics. Spring sports include boys soccer (Derek Lounsberry), girls soccer (Oscar Meza), girls golf (Lowell Long), boys tennis (Trent Smith), girls tennis (Lowell Long), boys track and field (Greg Schoon) and girls track and field (Ken Morton).
When school is almost out it is time for the boys and girls of summer. Baseball and softball hit full swing. Here you can visit the East High School baseball and softball pages, two of the best programs in the state. East high baseball is led by coach Brian Luft and the softball team is led by coach Thana Heller.
When the snow flies you know it is time to heat up the inside of East High School. Winter Scarlet sports include girls basketball (Sam Powell), boys basketball (Jacob Cleveland), wrestling (James Giboo), bowling (Greg Schoon) and boys swimming (Dustin Cassler).
East High youth programs play a major role in developing future Scarlet athletes. In this section you can find more information about youth athletic clubs.