Dragon Athletics

Our students never forget the
great teams and fans at Saint George’s

Saint George’s no-cut, championship athletic program is exceptionally popular, supported, and successful. Each year, more than three-quarters of our students participate in Dragon athletics, enjoying the social and physical benefits of team play. During every season of the year, our gymnasiums are full of students shooting hoops, spiking volleyballs, or scaling our climbing walls. They run through the evergreen woods and along the river that borders our scenic campus to achieve top endurance levels for the sports of their choice.

Saint George's School

Saint George’s has one of Washington's most successful athletic programs. We've been the Washington State 'B' All-Sports Champions four times, and over the last 20 years our boys or girls basketball teams have played in the state title game 10 times, most recently winning the Boys State 2B Championship in 2013. Our teams also have successful in the Northeast 2B League and district competitions, placing high at state in girls' and boys' cross country, girls' and boys' track, boys' baseball, and boys' soccer. Our students also represent Saint George's well in girls' volleyball, boys' and girls’ soccer, boys' and girls’ track, boys' and girls’ golf, boys’ baseball and boys' and girls' tennis. Across the years, our teams have won 124 league championships, 64 district championships, and have pulled down a trophy at state 91 times including 22 state championships (13 of them since 2000).

The Saint George’s community embraces our athletes’ talents as equally as it applauds our actors on the Founders Theater stage. There’s nothing like a passionate fan dressed in red and white yelling, “Go Dragons!”

Saint George's School

Playing high school soccer at Saint George's was a great athletic experience. Many students and staff come to the home games and it makes you really proud to have the opportunity to play.


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Athletic Updates

  • Girls Defeat Colfax, Advance to Regionals

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    Hailey Higashi scored 19 points and added five rebounds, three steals and three assists to lead the Dragons (20-2) to a 55-39 win over the Bulldogs (16-6) 55-39 on Wednesday in a District 7 2B game at West Valley HS. Daysha Melendez added 15 points on 7-of-8 shooting, and Lydia Bergquist held Colfax's leading scorer Carmen Gfeller to just three points on 1-of-15 shooting. SGS advances to the District title game at 4:30pm on Saturday, Feb. 18 against Davenport, with both teams advancing to Regionals. See the full Girls District Bracket, and come cheer on your Dragons!

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  • Boys Lose to Liberty in Triple Overtime

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    The Dragons matched the Lancers point for point into triple overtime, only to fall short 84-81 in their District 7 2B playoff at West Valley HS on Wednesday, Feb. 15. Erik Farias led SGS (14-8) with 29 points and 14 rebounds, while Cade Peplinksi added 28 points and Mitchell Ward had 12. But Chase Burnham scored 42 points and 11 rebounds to lead Liberty (17-5) to the District title game. The SGS boys team faces Springdale in a loser-out game at 7pm tonight (Thursday) at West Valley. If they win, the Dragons will play again at 2:45pm on Saturday, Feb. 18 with a chance to advance to Regionals. See the full Boys District Bracket, and come cheer on your Dragons!

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  • See Current Dragon Athletic Schedule

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    See the Schedule for Dragon athletic competitions for the next week. Be sure to turn out and cheer on your SGS athletes during the winter basketball season. Go Dragons!

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  • Dragons Win Playoff Games, Play Again Feb. 15

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    Hailey Higashi's 14 points and 12 from Abby Jones powered the top-seeded Dragons (19-2) to a 59-26 win over Reardan on Thursday, Feb. 9 in a District 7 2B playoff game. The SGS girls' team, ranked 5th in the State, used a 24-6 run in the third quarter to seal the win. The SGS boys' team used Erik Farias' 34 points, eight rebounds and four steals to take a 67-45 win over Davenport in their playoff game right after the girls' victory. Mitchell Ward had 10 points in the win.

    Both teams play next on Wednesday, Feb. 15 at West Valley HS in regional qualifying games. The girls play Colfax at 3:30pm, while the boys play Liberty at 8pm. A win sends each team to the NE 2B District Title game on Saturday, Feb. 18 (4:30pm for the girls, 6:15pm for the boys). A loss on Wednesday means a Thursday loser-out match. Check out the Boys' District Bracket and the Girls' District Bracket. Come out to West Valley HS and cheer on your Dragons!

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  • Ford Wins Langlauf XC Ski Race

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    After placing just behind the overall winner the last two years, SGS senior Brett Ford was motivated to win the 2017 Spokane Langlauf 10-kilometer cross country ski race. And win he did, averaging nearly 14 mph to finish in 27:18 on Sunday, Feb. 12 at Mt. Spokane State Park. That was nearly three minutes faster than anyone else in the field of 219 skiers.

    “I’ve been working for this for a long time,” said Ford in an article in the Feb. 13 Spokesman-Review. “I’ve tried to keep improving and getting stronger and better,” he said. “I really wanted it this year.” Read the Full Article and find out where Brett made his move to take the lead in the annual race that he has skied in since he was four years old.

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