The EHS community gathered in Alkek Gymnasium to honor six seniors who signed national letters of intent to compete in college athletics.
The EHS fall teams enjoyed a historic SPC Championship weekend.
The EHS girls cross country team dominated the field at the annual meet in Austin.
The varsity field hockey team brought back the championship trophy from the Episcopal Cup in Ft. Worth.
The varsity girls volleyball team picked up two huge wins last week over St. John’s and St. Agnes.
Varsity Girls Volleyball Takes Fifth in Dickinson
The athletic pillar is pleased to announce that Lukas Forsythe '10 will lead the sports performance program.
Emily White and Kary Kemble will begin their duties as assistant athletic directors in early August.
The EHS Athletic Pillar looks forward to welcoming students back to campus for preseason athletic practices.
Former Gettysburg College star and current Italian National Team player Stephanie Colson will be joining the EHS community to teach wellness and lead the girls lacrosse program.
The EHS athletic pillar recognized several students for their outstanding accomplishments throughout the spring season.
Courtney Arnold and Wayne Jones were recently honored during the TABC Clinic held at St. Mary's University in San Antonio.
EHS senior Camille Walker has been named a High School All-American Athlete of the Year by the NSCA.
The Knights defeated St. John's 7-3 Saturday afternoon to cap a strong spring SPC for the athletic pillar.
Coach Jones credits relationships and fostering a spirit of community for this honor.
The EHS softball teams captured their 5th SPC title in a row with a win over St. John's 7-3.
For the first time in three years, the SPC championship tournaments return to Houston.
The EHS Varsity Baseball team earned two SPC wins last week over Houston Christian and John Cooper and remain undefeated in conference play.
The EHS softball team earned an impressive SPC win at John Cooper last Tuesday and move to 2-0 in conference play.
On an evening dedicated to the senior boys lacrosse players, the Knights defeated the Mavericks 17-15.