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Chris George '97
Athletic Director

Today's Games
Thursday, 12/14/2017
Varsity Boys Basketball
  Boys Varsity basketbal Practice 3:30-5:00pm
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  Junior Varsity 2 Boys Basketball
  Boys JV2 Basketball practice 3:30-5:00pm (Van)
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Junior Varsity Girls Basketball
  vs. Tigard HS
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Freshman Boys Basketball
  vs. Gladstone High School
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Junior Varsity Boys Basketball
  vs. Oregon City High School
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Varsity Girls Basketball
  vs. Tigard HS
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Athletics Registration and Forms

Please go to Rank One to register online and find all the forms necessary to compete in the 2017-18 year.

What You Need to Play

The following forms, available on Rank One, must be completed by noon Nov. 9 to participate in the first day of winter sports practice.

  • Physical Exam Form
  • Parent/Student-Athlete Handbook Receipt Acknowledgement
  • Transportation Authorization
  • Emergency Medical Form
  • OSAA Informed Consent – Concussions link

For more athletic-related forms and links, go to Forms & Links.

Links to calendar, schedules, updates
More Falcon Athletics

Booster Club

La Salle's Booster Club is dedicated to supporting the school's sports and club programs. Visit Falcon Boosters to see the club's activities and meeting times.

Future Falcon Nights

Future Falcon Nights give students in grade school and middle school a chance to meet La Salle athletes and see an event at La Salle Prep.

Wall of Champions

Read about the outstanding athletes who have represented La Salle Prep over the years.

5A Northwest Oregon Conference

Since the fall of 2014, La Salle has been part of the Oregon Schools Activities Association (OSAA) 5A Northwest Oregon Conference.

The following high schools are members of this conference:

Every year, the majority of La Salle students participate on one or more of the 36 school-sponsored athletic teams and four athletic clubs.

Coaches maintain team rules and policies fielding teams in 17 sports. These policies must be consistent with those established by the school. In the event of conflicts, consult the Director of Athletics.


OSAA & School Requirements

Student-Athletes must register online to be cleared to participate in athletic programs and must meet the following minimum OSAA eligibility requirements as well as those outlined on page 4 of the Parent/Student-Athlete Handbook, “La Salle Academic Eligibility for Co-Curricular Activities”. The handbook is downloadable when completing online athletic registration and from Forms & Helpful Links.

La Salle is a member of the Oregon Schools Activities Association, and falls under the rules that the OSAA has established for the eligibility of athletes. In order to participate, students must:

  • Not be 19 years of age before August 15 of the current year.
  • Have passed five (5) out of seven (7) classes the previous semester
  • Be currently enrolled and passing 5 subjects (for each six-week grading period)
  • Be a full time student enrolled at La Salle
  • Be making satisfactory progress towards graduation. Student-athletes must meet or exceed the following number of credits before the start of the specified year:
    • Sophomore year = four (4) credits
    • Junior year = nine and a half (9.5) credits
    • Senior year = sixteen (16) credits

If a student does not meet these requirements at the beginning of the school year, they will be ineligible for one year and must meet the requirement for the next school year to regain eligibility.

La Salle Academic Eligibility

  1. Progress Reports- At the end of each six-week grading period, students who fail to meet OSAA eligibility requirements or the requirements of an Academic Improvement Contract will become ineligible for co-curricular activities for the following six weeks.
  2. Semester Grades- If the student's GPA falls below a 1.8, or the student has a failing grade in two or more classes at the end of any semester, the student is ineligible to participate in co-curricular for the entire next semester.
  3. Summer Courses- Students may complete courses over the summer to meet the academic eligibility requirements for the fall. Academic eligibility in the fall is typically based upon spring semester grades. The credits earned over the summer must be accepted by La Salle as transfer credit. After combining the grades for the credits earned over the summer with the spring semester grades, the student must have passed five courses and have a combined (spring and summer) GPA above a 1.8.
La Salle's sports facilities include one gymnasium, a synthetic turf field for soccer, football and lacrosse with lights, two softball and two baseball fields, two grass soccer fields, four tennis courts and the Sheldon Fitness Center.
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