Boys Varsity Water Polo
What a week it was for the boys water polo team! The Eagles soared through their first two games of the SCVAL-El Camino Tournament, picking up a 20-4 win over Milpitas and a 14-5 win over Fremont, setting up a championship match against league rival Lynbrook. The Vikings had defeated Harker three times during the year, but the Eagles came through with a 12-11 overtime win in the title match. The victory gave the Eagles the co-league championship and a berth to CCS, both firsts for the Harker boys water polo program. On Tuesday, the Eagles faced off with Half Moon Bay in the opening round of CCS, but fell 14-5 to end their season. Congrats on a great run this year!
Girls Varsity Volleyball
The Eagles were defeated last week 3-0 by Notre Dame Belmont, but finished their season on a high note with a 3-1 victory over Notre Dame San Jose on Senior Night. Harker finished the season with a 7-18 record.
Last week, the girls golf team qualified for CCS with a strong second place finish at the WBAL tournament, in which Katherine Zhu, grade 11, won her third straight individual league title. CCS was held on Tuesday and Zhu was the top Harker golfer, finishing in 15th place out of 99 competitors, with Katelyn Vo, grade 9, finishing 28th. As a team, the Eagles finished ninth out of 13th teams competing at CCS. Congrats on a great year!
Last week, the girls tennis team had 6-1 victories over Presentation and Pinewood. Earlier this week, Rachel Broweleit, grade 9, Srivani Vegesna, grade 9, and the doubles teams of Lizzy Schick, grade 11, and Gina Partridge, grade 9, and Connie Miao, grade 12, and Kathleen Cheng, grade 11, represented Harker at the WBAL tournament. Broweleit played very well and finished in fourth place in the singles bracket. Schick and Partridge took second in doubles. The Eagles play their final regular season match of the year on Thursday against Sacred Heart Prep. The girls will find out this weekend if they will make CCS as a wildcard.
Girls Water Polo
The girls water polo team lost in its first two rounds of the SCVAL tournament last week, 7-1 to Saratoga and 10-2 to Lynbrook. But the season ended on a high note with a 7-1 victory over Milpitas. The girls finished 7-18 on the season.
The football team picked up a victory by forfeit versus Emery Friday. The Eagles are back in action this Saturday for Homecoming as they take on Stellar Prep.
The cross country team takes on the rest of the league in the WBAL championships this Friday at Crystal Springs Cross Country Park.