About La Salle Prep Athletics
The Interscholastic Athletic Program at La Salle Catholic College Preparatory is an integral part of the school's mission of educating the whole student. Interscholastic sports complement the school's basic physical education program. The mission of the athletic department is to educate student-athletes about the values associated with athletic competition and to help them reach their athletic potential. Student-athletes will represent the qualities of a Lasallian school to the community, while growing into men and women of excellent character.
Every year, the majority of La Salle students participate on one or more of the 36 school-sponsored athletic teams and four athletic clubs.
All La Salle athletes should strive to exemplify these five characteristics: integrity, respect, responsibility, servant leadership and sportsmanship.
- INTEGRITY - A person of integrity does the right thing, especially when it is difficult
- RESPECT - Respectful people treat others the way they want to be treated
- RESPONSIBILITY - A responsible person will take on challenges and give great effort
- SERVANT LEADERSHIP - Servant leaders understand and demonstrate a team-first attitude
- SPORTSMANSHIP - A sportsman plays by the rules, maintains poise and does what is best for the team
Sports facilities at La Salle 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.
The La Salle Falcon teams compete at the 4A level in the Tri-Valley Conference under the auspices of the Oregon School Activities Association (OSAA). Coaches maintain team rules and policies. These policies must be consistent with those established by the school. In the event of conflicts, consult the Director of Athletics.