Three Catholic high schools have won the Oregonian cup for academics, sports, other activities and sportsmanship. Here, Blanchet students show pride during a fall football game against Lakeview. (Blanchet School)
Three Catholic high schools have won the Oregonian cup for academics, sports, other activities and sportsmanship. Here, Blanchet students show pride during a fall football game against Lakeview. (Blanchet School)
Three Catholic schools have won the Oregonian Cup in their size categories, reflecting academic achievement, sports glory, activities and sportsmanship.

In 6A, Jesuit High is a frequent winner and was on top again this year.

In 4A, Valley Catholic has won its fourth consecutive cup, even after moving from 3A this year.

In 3A, Blanchet School in Salem won its first Oregonian Cup, bolstered by academic progress, high team achievements, plus no ejections from games.  

“The Oregonian Cup award reaffirms that the strides we are taking toward creating balance in our students lives are paying off,” says Tom Howard, athletic director at Blanchet. “Students learn that sportsmanship, passion and hard work are the building blocks for competing in the classroom and on the courts.”

St. Mary’s of Medford was second in 3A.