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St. John-Endicott High School Eagles
Location: West 301 Nob Hill in St. John, WA Whitman County.
Enrollment: 102 students attend St. John-Endicott High School.
Details: The boys basketball team has gone to the state championship 11 times and have been the state champions 6 times. The football team recently recieved its first State Championship title in the 1B Division in December of 2006.
Football: Joey McCanna
Volleyball: Shannon Hughes
Cross Country: Andre Miller
Tri Cities Prep High School Jaguars
Location: 9612 St. Thomas Drive in Pasco, WA.
Enrollment: Around 75 students attend Tri Cities Prep as it is a private Roman Cathloc school.
Details: In 1989, Jim Mueller, then the Principal of Bethlehem Lutheran Grade School, brought together an interdenominational group who thought such a school should be established in the area of Kennewick and they set out for commuity support. Tri Cities Prep was incorporated into the Cathloc High School project in June of 1994 under the leadership of Nancy Roach and Joe Erickson. Jack Carr donated the Moore Mansion to the school in 1995 and Tri Cities Prep sold it to purchase the 28-acre site for the school. In the fall of 1995, the Bishop of Spokane, William Skystad, blessed the site and construction of the school began. The groundbreaking ceremony took place in October of 1997 while classes began August of 1998.
Volleyball: Bob Kehret
Prescott Junior Senior High School Tigers
Location: 207 South A Street in Prescott, WA Walla Walla County.
Enrollment: 119 students attend Prescott High School grades 7-12.
LaCrosse-Washtucna High School Tigercats
Location: LaCrosse High School is located at 100 Hill Street in LaCrosse, WA Whitman County, while Washtucna High School is located at 730 Booth Avenue in Washtucna, WA Adams County.
Enrollment: LaCrosse and Washtucna has about 55 students each, with Washtucna including grades K-12 and LaCrosses grades 9-12.
Details: In 1982, LaCrosse High School and Washtucna High School combined their athletic programs. The football team is most famous for setting a Washington state football record of 49 consecutive wins, including post-season and non-league games. The team has also won four striahgt eight-man football state championships from 2002-2005.
Football: Jeff Nelson
Volleyball: Sandy Martin
Garfield-Palouse High School Vikings
Location: 600 East Adler in Palouse, WA Whitman County.
Enrollment: 124 students attend Garfield-Palouse High School.
Volleyball: Suzy Pinter
Touchet High School Indians
Location: 90 Champion Street in Touchet, WA Walla Walla County.
Enrollment: About 300 students attend Touchet High School grades K-12.
Volleyball: Allins Nobuo
Football: Wayne Dickey
Colton-Pullman Christian Wildcats
Location: 706 Union in Colton, WA.
Enrollment: Around 125 students attend Colton-Pullman Christian as a private school.
Details: Students from Pullman Christian High School join the Colton-Pullman Christian Wildcats for football 15 miles away and have been doing so since 2004.
Jubilee Christian Academy Warriors
Location: 29 Jubilee Circle in Prescott, WA Walla Walla County on the Snake River.
Enrollment: 60 students attend Jubilee as an all male private Christian institution.
Details: Jubilee Academy is a residential program for men ages 14-19. Jubilee offers vocational programs in Culinary Arts, Turf Management, Information Technology, Wood Technology, Livestock Management, and Facilities Maintenance.
Football: Allyn Griffin
Liberty Christian School Patriots
Location: 2220 Williams Blvd. in Richland, WA Benton County.
Enrollment: 616 students attend Liberty Christian as a coed private Christian school grades PK-12.
Details: Liberty Christian is accredited and a member of the Association of Christian Schools International.
Sprague-Harrington High School Falcons
Location: PO Box 249 in Sprague, WA.
Volleyball: Tammy Cronrath