News & Announcements
Vacant Coaching Positions
We are currently looking to fill the following head coaching position: TENNIS (Boys). If you are interested in applying for this vacant coaching position, please fill out the online application on the district website and email a letter of interest to email@example.com (Asst. Principal) and firstname.lastname@example.org (AD).
To be eligible to tryout and/or participate on a team, each student-athlete must:
1) Be currently registered on RegisterMyAthlete - click on the following for a link to RegisterMyAthlete Instructions;
2) Have a yearly Pre-Participation Health Examination on file at East;
3) Meet minimum academic standards (including a minimum GPA of 2.0 and less than 2 F's in the grading period prior to participating).
These are UHSAA minimum standards. Please contact the coach of the sport you are interested in with any questions about tryouts or additional team requirements.
Doctors will be at EAST to do physical exams on July 11th (8:00-11:00a). Every student-athlete will need a new physical on file for the 2017-18 school year. Please have pgs 2-3 of the UHSAA Physical Form completely filled out (including signatures) and bring it along with $10 to the training room area on July 11th. Checks can be made out to EAST HIGH SCHOOL. This is an opportunity for students to fulfill this requirement, but it is not mandatory that physicals are completed during this time. Students are responsible to have their physical completed prior to their sport season. If you have any questions, contact Chad or Coach Lowe.
Calendar of Events
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Spring Sports Wrap-up
We have had some great performances from both teams and individuals this spring:
GOLF (girls): The golf team took 3rd in Region and tied for 5th at State. Individually, Kanna Crosland was the Region Medalist (top player) and made 1st team All-State.
TENNIS (boys): The tennis team had three entries into the State Tournament led by Ayden Armstrong who won his first round match-up.
TRACK: The track team had a successful season in Coach Tolbert's first year highlighted by three State Titles won by Will Prettyman (100 M, 200 M, and Long Jump) and a 4th place team finish at State for the boys.
SOCCER: After winning a tough Region Championship, the soccer team will play for the State Championship at Rio Tinto Stadium.
BASEBALL and SOFTBALL: Both the baseball and softball teams came up just short of qualifying for the State Tournaments after competing in competitive region seasons.
Congratulations to all of our spring athletes and coaches for both individual and team accomplishments.
BASKETBALL (girls): After finishing 4th in Region V, the girls' basketball team played great in the State Tournament winning a first round game against a #1 seed before falling 2 points short in an exciting quarter final game.
SWIMMING: The girls finished 10th and the boys 11th at the State Meet. Top 5 finishers in individual events included Katya Hulse (100 Free and 100 Back) and Katy Mayer (50 and 100 Free).
BASKETBALL (boys): The boys' team fell one game short of qualifying for the State Tournament after a very competitive region season.
WRESTLING: Wrestlers came up just short of qualifying for State at the 4A Divisions at the Legacy Event Center.
Congratulations to everyone that made teams and competed for EAST this season.
Football: 4A State Tournament
EAST will play host to Skyline on Friday, October 28th in the first round of the 4A State Football Tournament. Good luck, Leopards!
(10/28/16) The Leopards started their 4A title defense with an offensive explosion in a 70-14 win. Jaylen Warren had 6 touchdowns and 270 yards it the first half. Up next is a rematch of last years State Championship game against Timpview.
( 11/4/16) After a slow start due to multiple turnovers, the Leopards kicked it into gear and turned a 1-point halftime deficit into a 47-34 quarter final win over playoff rival Timpview. Jaylen Warren lead the offense with 249 yards and 4 touchdowns while Charlie Vincent added 179 yards and 3 touchdowns. Up next is a semi-final match-up with Maple Mountain.
(11/11/16) EAST got off to a hot start by outscoring Maple Mountain 21-0 in the 1st quarter and went on to win 64-13 in a 4A semi-final game. Jaylen Warren ran for over 200 yards while Sione Molisi and Charlie Vincent each eclipsed the 100 yard mark. The trio combined for 6 rushing touchdowns and Ben Ford ran for 1 and threw for 2 more. The Leopard defense was solid all day and never let Maple Mountain get into rhythm. Up next is a return to the State Championship game to play Springville.
(11/18/17) After jumping out to a 14-0 first quarter lead, the Leopards kept their foot on the gas. Once again, Jaylen Warren led the offensive attack with over 200 yards rushing and 3 touchdowns in the 48-20 win. CONGRATULATIONS ON BACK TO BACK 4A STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS!!!
Soccer: 4A State Tournament
The girls' soccer team is headed into the 4A State Tournament. The first round match up against the Spartans will be played at Murray on Tuesday, October 11th at 4:00pm. Come out and help cheer the team on to the next round. Good luck, Leopards!!!
(10/12/16) After a 4-1 win over Murray on Tuesday behind 2 goals from Emily Jensen, the Leopards will host Skyridge in a quarter final match up at home on October 13th at 4:00pm. Keep it going, ladies!!!
(10/14/16) After scoring 2 goals in the first half, the Leopards added another to beat Skyridge 3-1 and advance to the semi-finals. Up next will be region rival Woods Cross on Tuesday, October 18th at Juan Diego. First kick is scheduled for 6:00pm. GOOD LUCK!!!
(10/18/16) In a 4A semi-final game against Woods Cross, the Leopards erased a 1-0 first half deficit by scoring twice in the second half to win 2-0. Both goals were scored by Emily Jensen with the game clincher finding the net with 16 seconds remaining. EAST will play Timpview for the 4A State Championship on OCT 21st at Rio Tinto.
(10/24/16) In the 4A State Championship, the Leopards played a great game but came up on the short end of a 2-0 decision. The team had a great tournament run and should be proud to bring the 2nd place trophy back to EAST. Congratulation to the team, coaches and everyone involved in a making this a great season!
Golf: 4A State Tournament
The golf team placed 7th in the 4A State Tournament held at Soldier Hollow on October 3-4. The team was led by Hayden Banz (3rd overall) and Scott Christensen (t-6th). Other contributing scores came from Jackson Holman, Josh Ford and Mike Grant. Congratulations to the golf team on a great season.
Tennis: 4A State Tournament
Emma Whittle qualified for the 4A State Tournament in 2nd singles held on October 5th at Liberty Park. She played a tough match, but was ultimately defeated by a top seed in the draw. Congratulations on a great season!
Academic All-State Nominees - Fall Sports
The following student-athletes have been nominated for Academic All-State awards for their fall sports. In order to be nominated, a student must: be a senior; be a member of a varsity team; and have an overall high school gpa of 3.75 or higher. Academic All-State award winners will be recognized at the State Championships for each sport.
Cross Country: Jacob Bates, Diwas Gautam, Christopher Kearl, Clara Randall, Michelle Rodriguez
Football: Matt Barker, Scott Christensen, Lachlan Zuchetto
Golf: Hayden Banz, Scott Christensen
Soccer: Alice Barnett, Jill Bennett, Karen Bennett, Chloe Cook, Emma Earl, Haley Farrar, Sarah Nelson, Emma Workman
Tennis: Elizabeth Brown, Elizabeth Miller
Congratulations to all of these student-athletes!
Varsity Schedule/Results (Nov 14-19)
11/18: FOOTBALL (STATE CHAMPIONSHIP v Springville @ UTAH, 6:30pm):
Varsity Results (Nov 7-12)
11/11: FOOTBALL (STATE - v Maple Mtn @ UTAH): EAST got off to a hot start by outscoring Maple Mountain 21-0 in the 1st quarter and went on to win 64-13 in a 4A semi-final game. Jaylen Warren ran for over 200 yards while Sione Molisi and Charlie Vincent each eclipsed the 100 yard mark. The trio combined for 6 rushing touchdowns and Ben Ford ran for 1 and threw for 2 more. The Leopard defense was solid all day and never let Maple Mountain get into rhythm. Up next is a return to the State Championship game to play Springville.
11/11: SWIMMING (@ So Davis Rec): In another multi-team meet, the girls went 4-2 in head to head competition with wins against Region V teams Box Elder and Woods Cross, and non-region wins against Syracuse and Viewmont. The 400 Free Relay team was an event winner. The boys team matched the girls with a 4-2 record at the meet with wins over Park City, Syracuse, Viewmont, and region opponent Woods Cross. Congratulations to the whole team on a successful meet.
Varsity Results (Oct 31-Nov 5)
11/4: FOOTBALL (STATE - v Timpview): After a slow start due to multiple turnovers, the Leopards kicked it into gear and turned a 1-point halftime deficit into a 47-34 quarter final win over playoff rival Timpview. Jaylen Warren lead the offense with 249 yards and 4 touchdowns while Charlie Vincent added 179 yards and 3 touchdowns. Up next is a semi-final match-up with Maple Mountain.
11/4: SWIMMING (@ So Davis Rec): In head to head competition in a multi-team meet, the girls were 2-2 with wins over Bonneville and Ogden. The boys went 3-1 with wins over Bonneville, Bountiful, and Ogden. Event winners included James Tippets (100 Free), Boys 200 and 400 Free Relays.
Varsity Results (Oct 24-29)
10/25: VOLLEYBALL (@ Bonneville): The volleyball team went to Bonneville where the Lakers won 3-0. The team will finish the season at Woods Cross on Thursday.
10/27: VOLLEYBALL (@ Woods Cross): After the Leopards won the first set, Woods Cross came back to win the match 3-1. Congratulation to the team on a fun season.
10/28: FOOTBALL (STATE - v Skyline): The Leopards started their 4A title defense with an offensive explosion in a 70-14 win. Jaylen Warren had 6 touchdowns and 270 yards it the first half. Up next is a rematch of last years State Championship game against Timpview.
Varsity Results (Oct 17-22)
10/18: SOCCER (STATE v Woods Cross @ Juan Diego): In a 4A semi-final game against Woods Cross, the Leopards erased a 1-0 first half deficit by scoring twice in the second half to win 2-0. Both goals were scored by Emily Jensen with the game clincher finding the net with 16 seconds remaining.
10/19: FOOTBALL (@ Woods Cross): The Leopards jumped out to a 21-0 halftime lead and went on to win 48-7. Jaylen Warren and Sione Molisi combined for 5 of the 7 touchdowns scored.
10/21: SOCCER (STATE CHAMPIONSHIP v Timpview @ Rio Tinto): In the 4A State Championship, the Leopards played a great game but came up on the short end of a 2-0 decision. The team had a great tournament run and should be proud to bring the 2nd place trophy back to EAST. Congratulation to the team, coaches and everyone involved in a making this a great season!
Varsity Results (Oct 10-15)
10/11: SOCCER (STATE @ Murray): In the first round of the 4A State Tournament, the Leopards won 4-1 at Murray to advance to the quarter finals. Emily Jensen found the back of the net twice in the win. Up next is a home game against Skyridge.
10/11: VOLLEYBALL (@ Ogden): The volleyball team went up to Ogden and swept the Tigers 3-0. Congratulations!
10/13: SOCCER (STATE - v Skyridge): The Leopards scored 2 goals in the first half and added another after halftime to win 3-1 and advance to the semi-finals where they will meet Woods Cross. Good luck, Leopards!
10/13: VOLLEYBALL (v Bountiful): The Braves were too much for the Leopards in a 3-0 victory on Senior Night. The team looks to finish strong in their push for the State Tournament.
10/14: FOOTBALL (@ highland): After falling behind 7-0 early, the Leopards scored 31 unanswered points and went on to win 31-13. Rushing touchdowns were recorded by Ben Ford, Jaylen Warren, Sione Molisi, and Charlie Vincent and a FG was added by Matt Barker.
Varsity Results (Oct 3-8)
10/3-4: GOLF (STATE @ Soldier Hollow): The golf team placed 7th in the 4A State Tournament held at Soldier Hollow on October 3-4. The team was led by Hayden Banz (3rd overall) and Scott Christensen (t-6th). Other contributing scores came from Jackson Holman, Josh Ford and Mike Grant. Congratulations to the golf team on a great season.
10/4: SOCCER (v Box Elder): The soccer team played to a 1-1 tie against Box Elder. Up next is the final game of the regular season at home against Ogden.
10/4: VOLLEYBALL (@ highland): The Lady Leopards had a 3 sets to 0 sweep at highland in a rivalry game. Congratulations!
10/5: TENNIS (STATE @ Liberty Park): Emma Whittle qualified for the 4A State Tournament in 2nd singles, but was defeated by a top seed in the draw. Congratulations on a great season!
10/6: SOCCER (v Ogden): Sami Black scored twice in the regular season finale to help the Leopards to a 2-1 victory over Ogden. Up next is a 1st round match up in the 4A State Tournament at Murray on Tuesday. Good Luck!
10/6: VOLLEYBALL (v Box Elder):The volleyball team hosted a solid Box Elder team and lost 3-0. They will look to bounce back at a tournament this weekend before resuming region play.
10/7: CROSS COUNTRY (Region @ Cottonwood Complex): The cross country team finished up the season at the Region Championships at the Cottonwood Complex. Good work, Leopards!
10/7: FOOTBALL (@ Box Elder): Jaylen Warren and Tyler Eteuati combined for 5 touchdowns and nearly 300 yards rushing as the Leopards beat Box Elder 41-24.
10/7-8: VOLLEYBALL (@ West Tournament): The volleyball team played in a tournament at West over the weekend and got some good experience that will help down the stretch of the regular season.
Varsity Results (Sept 26 - Oct 1)
9/26: GOLF (Region @ Eagle Mountain): The golf team took 4th place on the day which secured a spot in the 4A State Tournament next week. Hayden Banz tied for the low score of the day with a 2-under, 69.
9/27: TENNIS (@ Box Elder): The tennis team traveled to Box Elder and beat the Bees 3-2. Emma Whittle (#2 singles), Gracie Capps (#3 singles), and Liz Miller and Kaitlyn Nielson (#1 doubles) all won their matches.
9/27: VOLLEYBALL (v Bonneville): The volleyball team fell to a strong Bonneville team 3-0.
9/28: CROSS COUNTRY (@ Bountiful): The cross country team had 5 runners place in the top 10 at Bountiful. Top finishers for the girls were Clara Randall and Emma Glende and for the boys were Anderson Ramirez, Hyrum Leavett and Rivers Tulis.
9/29: SOCCER (@ highland): The Leopards won a 1-0 game under the lights at highland behind a second half goal from Emily Jensen. The defense held strong once again to record the shutout.
9/29: VOLLEYBALL (v Woods Cross): The Leopards team won the first set before losing an exciting match to Woods Cross 3-1.
9:29-30: TENNIS (Region @ Ogden): At the Region V Tournament, Emma Whittle (#2 singles) won to get into the winner's side of the bracket and will advance to the 4A State Tournament next week.
9/30: FOOTBALL (v Bountiful): The football team Jumped out to an early lead and cruised to a 52-13 victory. The offense found the endzone 7 times including 2 touchdowns each for Jaylen Warren and Helaman Suesue.
Varsity Results (Sept 19-24)
9/19: GOLF (v Region @ Wolf Creek):
9/20: SOCCER (@ Woods Cross):The Leopards lost an overtime game at Woods Cross by a score of 2-1. Emily Jensen found the back of the net for EAST.
9:20: TENNIS (v highland @ Liberty Park): Emma Whittle won her #2 singles match, but ultimately the Leopards fell 4 matches to 1.
9/20: VOLLEYBALL (@ Bountiful): The Braves were too much for the Leopards as they won the match 3-0.
9/22: SOCCER (v Bonneville): The soccer team went to overtime, but came up on the short end of a 2-1 score. Sarah Nelson scored for the Leopards.
9/22: TENNIS (@ Box Elder): re-scheduled for Sept 27th
9/23: FOOTBALL (v Bonneville): The football team won the Homecoming game 73-9. The team is now 6-0 on the season and 1-0 in region games.
Varsity Results (Sept 12-17)
9/13: SOCCER (@ Ogden): With goals netted by Sami Black and Caroline Boyden, the Leopards beat Ogden 2-0. Katie Liljenquist and Sumer Garn combined for the shutout.
9/13: TENNIS (v Bonneville): The tennis team played some very close 3-set matches but fell to Bonneville 4-1. Emma Whittle won her singles match.
9/13: VOLLEYBALL (@ Box Elder): Volleyball traveled to Box Elder and lost to the Bees 3-0. They will look to rebound against Ogden on Thursday.
9/14: GOLF (v Region @ Eaglewood): The golf team took 4th place in the region match at Eaglewood. Hayden Banz once again led all scorers with a 1-over 72. The golf team is currently in 3rd place overall in the region with the season winding down.
9/15: SOCCER (v Bountiful): The soccer team beat Bountiful 2-0 behind goals from Sami Black and Jill Bennett and another great team defensive performance.
9/15: TENNIS (@ Woods Cross): Kaitlyn Nielson and Liz Miller won their #1 singles match, but the Wildcats won the overall team contest 4-1.
9/15: VOLLEYBALL (v Ogden): The volleyball team picked up another region win by beating Ogden 3-0. The Leopards won 25-21, 25-20, 25-20.
9/16: CROSS COUNTRY (@ Rose Park GC): The Leopards took 4th place overall (boys and girls combined) in the in the All-City race held at Rose Park Golf Course behind some great runs and personal bests.
9/15: FOOTBALL (@ De La Salle, CA): The Leopards traveled to Northern California and knocked off national power De La Salle 23-21. Jaylen Warren ran for 248 yards and 2 touchdowns and Matt Barker kicked the winning field goal with 1 second remaining.
Varsity Results (Sept 5-10)
9/6: GOLF (v Region @ Soldier Hollow): This week's region golf match was at the site of the 4A State Tournament and the team picked up the win with it's best outing of the season to date. Hayden Banz once again led the team in scoring with the low round of the day shooting a 1-under 71. Scott Christensen, Jackson Holman and Michael Grant all had scores to help the team get the win.
9/6: SOCCER (v highland): Jill Bennett scored a first half goal in a tightly contested game under the lights. After 2 overtime periods, the game ended in a 1-1 tie.
9/6: TENNIS (@ Bountiful): The Leopards played some very good matches, but ultimately lost to a good Bountiful team.
9/8: SOCCER (@ Box Elder): East headed north to Box Elder and came home with a 3-0 victory. Alice Barnett, Erin Bridges and Jill Bennett all scored goals while Katie Liljenquist and Summer Garn combined for the shut out.
9/8: VOLLEYBALL (v highland): The Leopards got off to a great region start with a 3-1 win over highland in a high intensity match at EAST.
9/9: FOOTBALL (v Pulaski - AR): The football team had a great win over a nationally renowned team from Arkansas. In the 37-23 win, Jaylen Warren had 2 rushing touchdowns and Charlie Vincent and Ben Ford each had one on the ground. Tyler Eteuati also caught a touchdown pass from Ben Ford. Up next is a trip to California to play De La Salle.
9/9: CROSS COUNTRY (@ Murray Park): In a race at Murray Park, several runners stepped up and had season best times.
9/9-10: VOLLEYBALL (@ Lehi):
Varsity Results (Aug 29-Sept 3)
8/29: GOLF (v Region @ Eagle Mtn): The golf team had it's best result of the season finishing in 2nd place. The Leopards were paced by Hayden Banz who shot a 66 for the best score of the day and freshman Jackson Holman with a 74.
8/30: SOCCER (@ Bonneville): The soccer team lost a close game at Bonneville by a 2-1 score. Jill Bennett scored her 7th goal on the season.
8/30: TENNIS (v Judge): The tennis team had their first loss of the year and look to bounce back as they open region play later this week.
8/31: CROSS COUNTRY (@ Ogden): Anderson Ramirez had a top 10 finish in a region race at Ogden.
9/1: TENNIS (v Ogden): The tennis team won the first region match of the season 3-2. Emma Whittle (2nd singles) and both doubles teams (Liz Miller/Kaitlyn Miller and Elizabeth Brown/Kennedy Gabel) won their matches.
9/2: FOOTBALL (@ Clearfield):The Leopards were led by quarterback Ben Ford, who threw for 3 touchdowns and ran for another in a 55-21 win at Clearfield. A total of 9 different players scored including an interception returned for a touchdown by Helaman Suesue.
9/2: VOLLEYBALL (v Rich): The volleyball team played well, but lost to a good Rich team, 3-0. Next up is the Region V opener against highland.
Varsity Results (Aug 22-27)
8/23: SOCCER (@ Bountiful): The defense was strong once again in the 4th shutout of the year in a 4-0 win over Bountiful in the region opener. The Leopards are working on almost 400 minutes of keeping their opponents scoreless!!!
8/23:TENNIS (@ Murray): The Leopards improved to 2-0 on the season with a 4-1 win at Murray. Emma Whittle was a strait sets winner.
8/23: CROSS COUNTRY (@ Cottonwood Complex): Runners competed in a pre-region race at the Cottonwood Complex. If you are interested in running, contact Coach McKelvie.
8/23: VOLLEYBALL (@ Murray): In the first match of the season, the Leopards fought hard, but lost 3 games to 2 against Murray. All 5 games were close and could have gone either way.
8/24: TENNIS (v Rowland Hall): The tennis team had a good showing in the home win against Rowland Hall.
8/25: GOLF (v Region @ Bonneville): In a closely contested region tournament at Bonneville, the team finished 5th overall a few strokes behind their nearest competitors.
8/25: SOCCER (v Woods Cross): Jill Bennett and Sami Black each scored against the Wildcats, but it wasn't enough as the Leopards lost their first game of the season 3-2.
8/26-27: TENNIS (@ St. George): The tennis team had great weekend competing in St. George and will follow that up with one more pre-season match before heading into the region schedule.
8/27: CROSS COUNTRY (@ Westlake): The Leopards were lead by Rivers Tullis and Jacob Bates in the boys race and Clara Randall and Emma Glende in the girls race.
8/27: FOOTBALL (@ Orem): The Leopards were tough on the defensive side of the ball holding Orem scoreless in a 38-0 victory. Jaylen Warren had 3 rushing touchdowns on the afternoon.
Varsity Results (Aug 15-20)
8/16: GOLF (v Region @ Mtn Dell): Hayden Banz shot a 69 to place 2nd overall and lead the Leopards to a 3rd place finish. Scott Christensen, Mike Grant and Jackson Holman all scored points in the match.
8/16: SOCCER (v Maple Mtn): Sarah Nelson scored on a free kick in the first half and the defense once again played strong in a 1-0 victory. The Leopards are off to a 3-0 start with 2 shutouts.
8/18: GOLF (v Region @ Mt Ogden): After a 6th place finish, the golf team will look to bounce back next week on their home course at Bonneville. Hayden Banz shot the low score for the day with a 71.
8/18: TENNIS (@ Juan Diego): The tennis team got of to a great start winning 4 of 5 matches against Juan Diego. Up next is a tournament in Cache Valley.
8/18: CROSS COUNTRY (@ Sugarhouse Park): A small group of runners were able to get out and compete in a pre-season race at Sugarhouse Park. If you are interested in running, contact Coach Mckelvie.
8/19: FOOTBALL (v Syracuse): The football team began its defense of the 4A State Championship with a 67-21 victory over Syracuse. Jaylen Warren and Tyler Eteuati each scored twice and five other Leopards found the end zone in the win.
8/19: SOCCER (@ Desert Hills): The Leopard defense held up strong once again in a 3-0 win over Desert Hills. They have not given up a goal in over 315 straight game minutes! Erin Bridges, Jill Bennett and Sami Black all scored goals.
8/20: TENNIS (@ Cache Valley Tournament): The tennis team had a great day of competition and team building at the tournament in Northern Utah.
Varsity Results (Aug 8-13)
8/8: GOLF (v Region @ Riverside): The golf team started the region season off with a nice 3rd place finish. Hayden Banz and Scott Christensen we top scorers for the Leopards.
8/9: SOCCER (@ Juan Diego): Jill Bennett scored twice as the Leopards opened the season with a 2-1 win at Juan Diego.
8/10: GOLF (v Region @ Eaglewood): Hayden Banz and Scott Christensen once again led EAST as the Leopards finished 4th overall in tough weather conditions.
8/11: SOCCER (v Olympus): In the home opener, Emma Earl and Sami Black each scored and the defense held Olympus scoreless in a 2-0 victory.
National Letter of Intent Signing Day
Congratulations to the following student-athletes who have signed National Letters of Intent to continue their athletic careers after graduation:
FOOTBALL: Jordan Anderson (William Penn University), Soni Fonua (Pima Community College), Tangiloa Kaufusi (Stanford University), Johnny Maea (University of Utah), Napa Nu'usa (William Penn University), Halani Utuone (Arizona Western College);
SOCCER: Micah Fredrick (Westminster College), Jocelyn Hanrath (Highline College);
SOFTBALL: Alyiah Franco (North Platt Community College), Lique Lokeni (Western Nebraska Community College), Liana Su'esu'e (Brigham Young University), Michelle Thomas (Colorado Northwestern Community College);
TRACK/CROSS COUNTRY: Garek Bielaczyc (University of Texas).
(*Some of these student-athletes signed during an earlier signing period.)
4A FOOTBALL STATE CHAMPIONS!!!
Congratulations to Coach Matich and his football team on a great season and for finishing it off with a State Championship!
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