The Athletic Program at La Salle is situated within the overall mission of the school. As such, it is an excellent means of teaching the students a deep understanding of what it means to live out each day the message of Christ.
Athletics provide opportunities for training, physical conditioning, and healthy competition in which students can develop their physical talents as well as their mental prowess in strategy and in the intricacies of the sport. Athletics can help the student learn how to function effectively and to make a positive contribution by encouraging responsibility, by fostering persistent effort, and by promoting self-awareness.
LADY RAMS GRIND OUT LAX WIN, ADVANCE TO SEMIFINALS
The La Salle Girls Lacrosse team defeated North Kingstown High School 16-13 Friday afternoon at a wet Cimini Stadium to advance to the semifinals of the RIIL Division I Girls Lacrosse Championships. Shelby Boland led the way with five goals while Allyson Desrosiers, Eliza Mahoney, and Liz Garrahy each chipped in with three goals.
Cameron Croce won three event to lead the Boys Outdoor Track and Field team, while Alexandra Montagano did one better with four wins for the Girls Outdoor Track and Field team as each team won meets on the track at Cimini Stadium. Matt Penkala picked up the win for the Baseball team as they defeated Central High School 7-2 in what was an away game at Cronin Fields.
La Salle's Athletic teams enjoyed a mostly positive weekend to begin the Spring season. On Saturday, the Baseball team defeated Johnston High School 5-0 to open their regular season. Over at Conley Stadium, the Girls Outdoor Track and Field team kicked off their campaing by winning the Knights of Columbus' Annual 4 Mile Relay. Friday afternoon saw wins by the Boys Tennis team at East Greenwich, Softball over Bay View, and Freshman Baseball over Bishop Hendricken. The only blemishes on the weekend were the Boys Lacrosse team being upset in overtime by Moses Brown on the Cimini Stadium turf, and the Girls Lacrosse team losing at Moses Brown.
Back in late November, Coach Sean Reddy and his Girls Basketball team started practice with the hopes of having another good season, despite the graduation of so many players from last year's championship team. On Sunday at the Ryan Center, the team completed that mission and then some as they captured the 2017 RIIL Credit Union Girls Basketball State Championship. The team defeated Barrington High School 41 to 33 to win the title.
LA SALLE'S COMPETITION CHEER TEAM TAKES RIIL STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS
The La Salle Competition Cheerleading team made it a complete sweep of the Rhode Island State Championships by winning the RIIL State Championship Saturday at the PCTA. The Rams captured the Co-Ed Division with a score of 192.75 on their way to becoming the Grand Champions. The RIIL title comes one week after the team won the same two events at the RICCA Championships last weekend.
Senior Allyson Desrosiers scored 15 points to lead the La Salle Girls Basketball team to a 47-34 win over East Providence High School Saturday at Brown University's Pizzitola Center. The win sends the Lady Rams back to the Ryan Center and a Final Four appearance in the RIIL State Girls Basketball Championships
REDDING STARS AS LADY RAMS TAKE THIRD PLACE IN STATE SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIPS
Madalyn Redding took home two gold medals to lead the La Salle Girls Swimming team to a third place finish in the 2017 Rhode Island Interscholastic League's Girls Swimming State Championships Saturday at Brown University. Redding won the 100 freestyle and 200 freestyle races.
Season Passes for all home La Salle Athletic events are now on sale. The passes can be used for any events held at La Salle. The cost is $50 per pass. They can be used for Football, Boys and Girls Soccer, Field Hockey, Boys and Girls Basketball, Wrestling, Boys and Girls Volleyball, and Boys and Girls Lacrosse
This form is required by the Rhode Island Interscholastic League for participation. This form only needs to filled out once during a student's high school career, and then it is kept on file at the Rhode Island Interscholastic League's office. This form needs to be witnessed and signed by a Notary Public and returned with the rest of your forms.
This waiver should be used any time a student is not taking the transportation provided by the school. If you would like to take your child home after a contest instead of them taking the bus back to La Salle, please fill out this form and have your son or daughter present it to the coach before getting on the bus to the contest. Please introduce yourself to the coach when taking the child from the venue so the coach knows the child has left with their his/her parent/guardian.