Join Us to Celebrate 50+ Years of East High Lacrosse!

Mark your calendars for Saturday, April 23rd (add to calendar), the day we will formally honor 50+ years of East / East-Manual Lacrosse. All festivities will be at the East High Turf Field.

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Saturday, April 23 – 50th Anniversary Day / Senior Day / Alumni Day


9:00 a.m. – East Boy’s JV versus Colorado Academy

11:00 a.m. – East Boy’s Varsity versus Colorado Academy

  • Senior Day – Outgoing Seniors honored before the Varsity game
  • Alumni Day – All lacrosse alumni gather for a special halftime ceremony and photo opportunity. Coach Jon Barocas will share brief remarks and present the school with a special gift.

1:00 p.m. – Alumni Game / Gathering – City Park Playing Fields

  • Bring your gear! We’ll stake out the field, you choose sides, so get ready to play!
  • We want to see as many of you as possible!!
  • Even if you don’t want to play, please come enjoy the sunshine and camaraderie!

Come celebrate! Come tailgate!

Pack yourself a Tailgate Lunch and join us on Saturday, April 23rd! We are also looking into having Food Trucks. Please note that East High has a no alcohol policy. This gathering is a unique opportunity to support East High Lacrosse, reconnect with teammates and friends, and enjoy the spring 2016 lacrosse season!

2016 Angels Lacrosse Season Dedicated to the Memory of Billy Betts

Billy BettsPrior to the boy’s Saturday game vs. GW, Coach Sean McCarthy announced that this, the 51st season of lacrosse at East, will be dedicated to the memory of Billy Betts IV, who sadly passed away last summer. Billy played for the Angels lacrosse team for four seasons, and graduated in 2014. He was a bright and energetic contributor to the program, and he loved the East High Lacrosse community.

To honor Billy’s life, and his love for East High Lacrosse, his family announced they will sponsor an annual scholarship to assist a varsity player in need by covering his spring break trip travel costs. A banner now hangs at the East turf field to salute this unforgettable young man, Billy Betts. His #33 jersey has officially been retired.