Seton Catholic College Preparatory Boys Junior Varsity Football

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Seton Football Ends Season with Win in Wild Game!

As it’s been said here many times. “When you play on the road, especially far away on the road, you have to win “in spite of”. ” This was never more true than Friday night when the Cougar Football team traveled to Vernonia for their final game of the season. The Cougars came into the

Seton Field and Track are Blessed in Final Home Football Game of Season

What a perfect day to honor our seniors playing and cheering in their final home game as well as bless our field and track for years of competitions to come. At noon today the Seton Catholic Football Field and Track were blessed by Auxiliary Bishop Daniel Meueggenborg. Surrounded by the Seton Athletes and Coaches a beautiful

Cougs Final Home Game Begins with Blessing of the Field!

It has been a wonderful journey to watch. Seton Catholic Football is not only back, it is alive and well! Already having the most successful season on record for Seton as a varsity program the Cougars will play their final home game of the season this Saturday hosting 2A Sehome High School. The Cougs will

CYO Football is Back in Vancouver as Future Cougs Take to the Gridiron

After being absent from the Clark County scene CYO Football is making a comeback as Seton Catholic High School hosted home games for CYO’s Vancouver Wildcats. There was a large crowd that showed up at Seton for the first  CYO home football game held in Vancouver for quite some time. It was refreshing to see

Seton Falls to Stevenson in Tri Co League Match Up.

As has been the case in every game this year. Seton took the field against a much bigger and stronger opponent. And as has been the case in every game this year Seton put the other team on notice to not let our size “fool you.” The Cougs played their first Tri Co League Opponent

Seton Catholic Plays to the Final Whistle to Win an Amazing High School Football Game

This was a game that had it all! Playoff implications, huge turn out by the Elma community, Friday Night Lights, hard hitting, speed, power, clock malfunctions, and drama until the final buzzer! The Cougs once again stepped on the field to face a much bigger and stronger opponent. Elma is a well coached team with

Seton’s Taj Muhammad up for Columbian’s Player of the Week!

Seton Catholic’s junior running back has been nominated for player of the week by the Columbian Newspaper after his performance this weekend of 203 yards rushing, and two touchdowns. All of this while Taj plays a lockdown defensive back on the other side of the ball. Coach Ephraim says that Taj’s success this year comes

Cougs Score 6 Touchdowns for First Home Victory!

Once again it was another example of size vs speed. And the cougs showed how speed all over the field can overcome size any day! Seton Catholic took the opening kickoff drove the field in classic fashion and capped it off with a Quarterback keeper by Tayvonte Deloney for a touchdown followed by the extra

Football Faces Another Large Task as They Host Nestucca Saturday

As with everyone we’ve faced thus far there will be a clear size advantage for our opponents when our football team welcomes Nestucca for a 1:30pm game at Seton! But as 1st year assistant Coach Damon McPherson says: “It ain’t never been about the size of the dog.” Nestucca comes in with a well coached