Athletics

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Cultivate Your Competitive Nature

 
Athletics play a significant part in student life at La Salle College High School. Whether as a participant or spectator, each student experiences a sense of pride, excitement, and accomplishment. Student athletes learn to face their problems, analyze their situations, and adjust accordingly. This allows La Salle student athletes to go out into the world with a sense of responsibility and a well-developed character.
football team running together

 

Champions are not born. They are made.In 1920, La Salle was one of the founding members of the Philadelphia Catholic League (PCL), which has grown to become a highly competitive group of 15 schools. Since then, La Salle College High School has made a name for themselves when it comes to Philadelphia High School sports. The Explorers have captured 239 PCL Championships, the most among any school competing in the League. La Salle's athletic opportunities have expanded since the PCL joined the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association (PIAA) District 12 and became eligible for district and state championships.

  • Over the past decade, La Salle has won league championships in 18 different sports.
  • During the last five years, La Salle has captured 112 championships in 17 different sports.
  • In the last 10 years, La Salle has won 16 Pennsylvania State Championships in six different sports.

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Waterpolo Water Polo - JV vs.
North Penn High School
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Waterpolo Water Polo - Varsity vs.
North Penn High School
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Waterpolo Water Polo - Varsity vs.
Pennridge High School
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Football Football - Freshman vs.
Father Judge High School
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Rugby Rugby Sevens
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