Athletics & Activities

Athletics Events

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Monday, March 20th

  • ASSEMBLY (LSU-Acosta) – Cesar Chavez Celebration – Period 2
  • FIELD TRIP (Knack/Taylor/Kingham) – Choral Festival @ North HS (Trip #13353) OUT Pd 3 thru 7
  • G.Golf to Heritage Eagle Bend (Grandview Invite) EARLY DISMISSAL @ 10am for tournament
  • C G.Soccer to Littleton – 3pm departure (Trip #11123)


Tuesday, March 21st

  • JV1/JV2 G.Lax to Governors Ranch – EARLY DISMISSAL @ 2pm for a 2:15pm departure (8th Period) (Trip #11137)
  • JV Baseball to Bear Creek – EARLY DISMISSAL @ 2:30pm for a 2:45pm departure (Trip #11138)
  • Var G.lax to Trailblazer Stadium – 5:15pm departure (Trip #11141)


Wednesday, March 22nd

  • FIELD TRIP (Knauer) AP Environmental – Littleton Englewood Wastewater Treatment Plant – 7:30-10:45am – Pd 3 Kanuer Class-will miss pd 1
  • FIELD TRIP (J.Taylor) Genetics – Pediatric Oncology Dept@ PSL Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children – Pd 3 class – NO class missed
  • FIELD TRIP (Seaholm) Hare Krishna Center – (School bus) NO CLASS MISSED

o    Period 3 will go during period 3 class and be back for lunch – 9:15-11am (Trip #11366)

o    Period 6 will go during period 6 and be back before 8th period – 11:45am-1pm (Trip #11367)

  • FIELD TRIP (Overby) – Art Student to Zoo – Out 10am-1pm (walk)
  • JV2/C1 G.Soccer to Creek- EARLY DISMISSAL @ 2:30pm for a 2:45pm departure (Trip #11105)
  • Var/JV1 G.Soccer to ACF (vs Creek) – 3pm departure (Trip #11107)
  • JV Baseball to Evie Dennis (vs FNE) – EARLY DISMISSAL @ 2:30pm for a 2:45pm departure (Trip #11139)


Thursday, March 23rd

  • FIELD TRIP (Bobb/Knauer) AP Environmental – Littleton Englewood Wastewater Treatment Plant – 7:30-10:45am-Knauer Pd 4 Class-will miss Pd 2/11:40am-2:15pm – Bobb Pd 7 Class-no class missed
  • FIELD TRIP (J.Taylor) Genetics – Pediatric Oncology Dept@ PSL Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children – Pd 4 class – NO class missed
  • FIELD TRIP (Hamilton/Shaw/Grover) – CareerX Engineering to QEP Resources OUT ALL DAY (Activity Bus)
  • G.Golf to League Meet @ Wellshire EARLY DISMISSAL for a 2pm tournament
  • Var/JV G.Tennis to Fossil Ridge -1:30pm departure (Trip #11165)
  • JV/C1 B.Lax to Manning School (vs Wheat Ridge) – 2:30pm departure (Trip #10902)
  • Var Baseball to Montbello – 2:30pm departure (Trip #11140)


Friday, March 24th

  • FIELD TRIP (Urbach/White) – District Wide Deaf Cultural Event, RTD/bus training-pd 2,3,4,6 (RTD)
  • FIELD TRIP (LaFleur) – 9th Grade Expo @ Auraria Campus 9:30am-noon (Trip #13709)
  • Var B.Lax to Trailblazer Stadium (vs Wheat Ridge) – 5:30pm departure-9pm return (Trip #10903)
  • G/B Track to Broomfield – EARLY DISMISSAL @ 10am for a 10:15pm departure-8pm return (Trip #11174)


Saturday, March 25th

  • C Baseball to Evie Dennis – 9:30am departure-3pm return (Trip #11142)




Celebrations – Week of March 13th


  • Varsity BEAT GW (10-7), Columbine (11-6)
  • JV BEAT GW (7-6), Manual (10-3)


Girls Golf

  • League Meet @ Overland Golf Course – 1st Place as a TEAM

o    Olivia Roper – 1st Place

o    Elena Barboza – 2nd Place

o    Sophie Pruter – 3rd Place


Boys Lacrosse

  • Varsity BEAT
  • JV/CBEAT TJ (8-6)


Girls Lacrosse

  • Varsity BEATSt. Mary’s (20-2)
  • JV BEATSt. Mary’s (10-3)



  • Var BEAT Monarch (20-14)

o    Both East & Monarch entered this game undefeated


Girls Soccer

  • JV1 BEATMonarch (5-0)
  • JV2 BEAT Broomfield (2-1)


Boys Swim/Dive

  • Coaches Invite

o    Quinn Poppert – Diving – FINALIST

o    John Lynch – 100 Fly – FINALIST

o    4×200 Free Relay – FINALIST



  • Varsity BEAT Fairview (4-3)

o    #1 Doubles: Sarah Frosh/Jen Johnson – WON

o    #2 Doubles: Maddie Darre/Kelly Wulf –  WON

o    #4 Doubles: Abby Ellstrom/Ta’Nisha Gosha – WON


G/B Track/Field

ThunderRidge Invitational – 2nd Place as a TEAM (combined girls and boys)

  • Girls – 2nd Placeas a TEAM

o    100 meter dash-1st place Arria Minor, 2nd place Jordan Williams, 4th place Syanne Algee

o    200 meter dash –1st place Arria Minor, 4th place Jordan Williams, 5th place Syanne Algee

o    300 meter hurdles 10th place Helen Maley

o    3200 meter run –3rd place Laurel Kruger, 10th place Masie Moskowitz

o    400 meter dash – 8th place Isabella Horton

o    4×100 meter relay 1st place Jordan Williams, Syanne Algee, Chaeni Loftin, Arria Minor

o    4×200 meter relay –  2nd place Shakym Perry-Maizon, Chaeni Loftin, Isabella Horton, Nina Kemp

o    4×400 meter relay 8th place Chaeni Loftin, Syanne Algee, Shakym Perry Maizon, Nina Kemp

o    4×800 meter relay4th place Allana MacRossie-Smith, Lindsey Weyant, Lilly Cory, Anna Buddenhagen

  • Boys – 4th Placeas a TEAM

o    110 meter hurdles1st place Joseph Abiakam

o    200 meters – 7th place Charles Young

o    300 meter hurdles 2nd place Jack Moran, 6th place Joseph Abiakam

o    3200 meter run –1st place Harrison Scudamore

o    1600 meter run – 2nd place Hayelom Fitsum

o    4×100 meter relay – 1st place Jack Moran, Mysun Hall, Charles Young, Keirryse Simpson

o    4×400 meter relay –1st place Hayelom Fitsum, Mysun Hall, Jack Moran, Charles Young

o    4×800 meter relay –5th place Harrison Scudamore, Jackson Adams, Rafael Marmolejo-Daher, Asher Hoyt

o    800 meter run9th place Rafael Marmolejo-Daher

o    High Jump – 8th place Will Bernacchi Sass


Ultimate Frisbee

  • GIRLS – Played Lakewood High School this week.  We are trying to get many new players lots of experience, and although we didn’t win, the experienced gained was invaluable.
  • BOYS – Played Broomfield and won 13-1. We got a lot of new players experience, and we are working towards building a strong team for this season.




Denver East Forensics Team advanced 32 students to the State competition in speech and debate which began Friday morning at Mountain Vista High School in Highlands Ranch CO.  This years State tournament had 503 competitors from 78 high schools from across the State of Colorado.  DEFT students displayed the highest level of competitive spirit and truly represented what East High School Forensics Team is all about!  20 DEFT Angels advanced to the out rounds and here are the celebrations:


International Extemporaneous Speaking:


Max Davidson was awarded 1st Place in the State.

Matthew Nekritz was awarded 12th Place in the State.


Public Forum Debate:


Jack Cohen and Andrew Talley Advanced to Octo-Finals.


Dramatic Interpretation:


Ella Price was awarded 4th in the State.

Elizabeth Strong was awarded 7th Place in the State.


DUO Interpretation:

Eloise Gordon & Kobe Wright 2nd Place in the State.

Bridget Sidwell & Nell Salzman 3rd Place in the State.

Liam Comaskey & Audrey McGlothlen 5st Place in the State.


Humorous Interpretation: 


Antonio Maaliki was awarded 6th Place in the State.

Izzy Micek was awarded 9th Place in the State.

Lincoln Douglas Debate:


Grace Kieft was an Octo-Finalist.


Original Oratory;


Jackson Postal was awarded 5th Place in the State.

Haley Drake was awarded 6th Place in the State.


Program Oral Interpretation: 


Ajala Way was awarded 5th Place in the State.


Informational Speaking: 


Abba Seman was awarded 6th Place in the State.

Avery Dell was awarded 12th Place in the State.



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