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Athletic Director
Glenn Elliott


Following up on La Salle Prep’s triumphant fall 2011 season with its first state championships in football and chess, the success of the winter and spring seasons allowed the Falcons to set another school record. La Salle’s Athletic Director Brian Crawford congratulated La Salle’s 2011-2012 teams and clubs on their amazing year, “I believe this is the first time in school history that throughout the entire year we have had representation from every Falcon athletic team in the state playoffs.”                                                                 

This spring alone the Falcons claimed district championships in baseball, boys’ and girls’ tennis, boys’ golf and boys’ track and field. Senior outfielder Erich Regan, Oregon City, was voted Baseball Player of the Year for the Tri-Valley Conference. Four other teammates joined him on the first team, Trey Norton, Sean Hayes, Sam Eichorn and Zach Nusbaum. Grant Studdard, Cody Farnes and Sam Davis were selected to the second team. First year head coach Mike Reed was named coach of the year. The Falcon softball team reached the state tournament for the first time in over a decade by defeating Crook County in Prineville by a score of 7-5 during a play-in game. Loryn Williams and Annie Dulwick were selected to the first team for softball while Makenzie Cook, Paige Bell and Ellie Mulvaney received honorable mention.

Earlier this school year La Salle claimed conference championships in volleyball, football, boys' cross country, girls' cross country, and boys' basketball.

La Salle teams and individuals also reached state competition in boys’ and girls’ soccer, boys’ and girls’ swimming, girls’ basketball, girls’ golf, girls’ track & field, choir, boys’ lacrosse, speech, ski, snowboarding and racquetball. With more than 80% of La Salle students participating in athletics or clubs, this year’s victories represent school wide achievement. With this student success comes exciting upgrades to the school’s campus. La Salle will unveil its new stadium in fall 2012, with grandstands that will seat nearly 1,000 fans to cheer on their defending state championship football team.

Baseball - Falcons defeated Banks 10 - 6

Softball - Falcons defeated Crook County 7 - 5

Girls' Tennis - Ashley Bacon advances in singles, Kenzie Harris and Mallory Martz advance in doubles.

Boys' Tennis - Stephan Malin advances in singles

Falcons Baseball clinches the League title and is ranked 10th in the state.

Boys' Golf wins the District Championship by 64 strokes and have qualified for State.

Profile on senior Erich Regan.

Highlights from La Salle Baseball vs. Molalla.

Boys' and Girls' Tennis teams have won the conference championship. The girls' completed their second consecutive undefeated season.

March 2012 - La Salle alum Ryan Soberanis '08 qualified for the NCAA Indoor Track Championships as a member of the University of Washington distance medley relay. Ryan's team broke the UW school record by four seconds. Ryan will run the lead-off 1,200 meter leg Friday, March 9, 2012.

Inclement Weather Gym Usage - Spring 2012

La Salle Prep leads in the championship points - combined total for 4A fall sports.

The Oregon Sports Awards were held on Sunday, February 12, 2012
La Salle Prep had nine student-athletes nominated for the Johnny Carpenter Award which is given to the outstanding male and female Oregon high school athletes in 2011.

The following student atheletes were nominated for their outstanding athletic acheivement last year.

J.J. Fisher
Max Hey
Xander Hey
Mark Holenstein
David Lillie
Colin Meisner
Andrew Moreland

Megan Hays
Brittaney Niebergall (finalist)

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