East Girls Varsity Lacrosse

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Academic Eligibility Standards

The UHSAA will be returning to pre-pandemic academic eligibility standards to begin the 2021-22 school year. 4th Q grades from this year (2020-21) will be used for initial eligibility for fall sports. Basics: * Must have at least a 2.0 GPA and cannot fail more than one class in the previous quarter * Incompletes (“I”)

Tryout Info: Spring Sports

Tryouts for spring sports are scheduled to begin Monday, March 1, 2021. Those wishing to tryout must complete a registration for the specific sport on RegisterMyAthlete.com Student-athletes should be prepared to tryout with the proper equipment at the area designated for the sport unless instructed to meet at a different location. Athletes should also have

COVID Testing Info

All student-athletes and coaches that are participating in in-person team activities are required to be COVID tested regularly. Click here for information and registration links for EAST student-athletes. (Can also be accessed at easthighleopards.com > More > COVID-19 > COVID Testing Info)

UHSAA Suspends Activities Due to COVID

Following the announcement of the emergency declaration  and new health order given by Governor Herbert and the Utah State Health Department, the UHSAA has suspended all activities through at least NOV 23, 2020. An exception for the possible conclusion of the football playoffs was included in the announcement and more information will be provided as

Athletic Registration For 2020-21

Athlete registration for the 2020-21 school year is open at RegisterMyAthlete.com. Please complete the registration(s) for your sports/activities and upload the completed physical exam form or bring it to Coach Lowe (AD). As a reminder, RMA accounts are for parents/guardians and student-athletes are added to them. Please do not create a new account if you

UHSAA Announces Cancellation of Spring Sports

The East athletic department and administration are deeply saddened to announce that all UHSAA spring sports and activities, including state championships, have been cancelled. (Please see the information from UHSAA below.) Our hearts ache for all of our student-athletes and coaches, but especially for our seniors. As a note to our athletes: remember that sports

UPDATE: Spring Schedules Put On Hold

UPDATED MAR 13, 2020: ALL SCHOOL SPONSORED ACTIVITIES ARE CANCELED FOR THE NEXT TWO WEEKS. THIS INCLUDES EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES AND OTHER SPORTS PRACTICES. SCHOOL ATHLETIC FACILITIES WILL BE OFF LIMITS TO EAST TEAMS/ATHLETES, OUTSIDE GROUPS, AND THE PUBLIC. More information will be posted when available. Posted MAR 12, 2020: The UHSAA has suspended all sanctioned

Spring Tryouts

Spring sports are nearly here. Student-athletes should be ready to begin tryouts on the following days: (IF THE WEATHER DOES NOT ALLOW FOR TRYOUTS TO BE OUTDOORS, LISTEN FOR CHANGES IN THE MORNING OR AFTER SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS – make sure you have shoes for inside, just in case) Baseball: MON, FEB 24, 2:45p (Baseball Field);

UIAAA Scholarship Deadline

The Utah Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association (UIAAA) presents scholarships to senior student-athletes that participate in multiple sports and excel in the classroom. This year they plan on awarding six $2000 scholarships. For a list of minimum qualifications and and a copy of the application, go to: http://uiaaa.org/awards/student-athlete-scholarships/ The deadline to submit applications is coming up quickly.

Coach McCleary To Lead The Girls’ Lacrosse Program

We are excited to announce that Megan McCleary will be the inaugural head coach for our girls’ lacrosse team as it becomes a UHSAA sanctioned sport. The girls’ season, like the boys’, will be in the spring. Coach McCleary has experience playing high levels of lacrosse and has worked with the club team for the