La Salle Institute competes in men's interscholastic baseball, basketball, cross country, golf, bowling, ice hockey, lacrosse, football, wrestling, soccer, tennis and track (indoor & outdoor). La Salle Institute also has an Alpine ski team and a ski/snowboard club.
The LSI varsity basketball team plays in the Big 10 in Class AA. They won the Section 2 Class A Basketball Championship in 2003.
The La Salle Institute 2008 varsity football team won the Big 10, The head coach is Mr. Al Rapp, his assistants are Gary Lauver, Tim Maloney and Gerald Washington. In 2007 Marquis Terrell broke the La Salle record for most rushing yards in a season.
The La Salle Institute 2008 varsity soccer team won the Big 10 championship and lost to Columbia High School, 4-2, in the first round of the Section II Class AA playoffs.
The La Salle Institute 2007-2008 varsity indoor track team finished 2nd (of 7) at the Big 10 Championships. First place finishes included David Nicol in the 1,000M, and Denis Hurley in the 3,200M. Other top finishers included Denis Hurley (2nd) in the 1,600M, David Nicol (3rd) in the 1,600M, James Doran (3rd) in the 3,200M, Chris Legare (2nd) in the 55H, Ethan Fleming (2nd) in the High Jump, Kyle Styczynski (2nd) in the Long Jump and Andrew Barada (2nd) in the Shot Put. On Saturday March 10, 2008 the LSI 4x1600m (4xmile) relay team of David Nicol, James Doran, Denis Hurley and Joe Kennedy placed 8th at the National Scholastic Indoor Championships at the New Balance Track and Field Center in New York City. They set a new school record in the event.
The La Salle Institute 2008 varsity baseball team was ranked #1 in the state during their 2008 season. They made it to the state semi-finals where they lost to eventual state champions the Mamaroneck Tigers 7-5 ending their season 27-1.
In 2009-2010, the La Salle Institute cross country, indoor track, and outdoor track teams swept the Big 10 athletic division.
In 2011-2012, the La Salle Institute Indoor and Outdoor track teams got first place in the Big 10 athletic division with Sean Dewey's (division record in the triple jump), Nick Feder (1st) in the 1M, and Jimmy Russes (2nd) in the 5M.
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