Varsity/JV Swimming · Senior Night at the Pool
The swim team was able to honor the seniors at intermission of the last home swim meet on Tuesday. We are proud of these well rounded young men who are great examples of what it means to be STUDENT-athletes. There is still a lot of time in the pool before State – keep up the
Boys Varsity Basketball · Boys Basketball beats Syracuse 78 – 66
Varsity Wrestling · Wrestling at Capitol City Classic
The East wrestling team competed at the Capitol City Classic at West last Friday and Saturday. There were 15 schools in attendance and the Leopards hit the podium 7 times with Ikani Tuiono winning the heavyweight division. Congratulations to Coach Hamilton and his team on a great weekend on the mats.
Varsity Debate · Dabate at Woods Cross
The debate team competed at Woods Cross over the weekend and Abby Pater took 1st place in National Extemp. Congratulations to the team on a great tournament.
Leopards News · All Teams Schedule: Week of Dec 10 – Dec 16
Dec 10 Boys Sophomore Basketball vs. Syracuse High School Syracuse High School 3:30 pm | Gym – Main @ East High School Dec 10 Boys JV Basketball vs. Syracuse High School Syracuse High School 5:15 pm | Gym – Main @ East High School Dec 10 Boys Varsity Basketball vs. Syracuse High School Syracuse High
Girls Varsity Basketball · Girls Basketball falls to Corner Canyon 79 – 63
Varsity/JV Swimming · Swim Results: Dec 7, 2018
The East swim team competed against highland, Judge, and Rowland Hall at a four team dual Thursday. In head-to-head match ups, the girls beat all three other teams and the boys had wins over Judge and Rowland Hall. Individual winners included: Liby Mayer (200 Free, 500 Free), Katya Hulse (100 Back), and Jesus Corona (100
Boys Varsity Basketball · Boys Basketball beats Summit Academy 85 – 38
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