The Eagles ran very well in their final cross country race before the league championships in two weeks. Ryan Adolf, grade 12, again led the Eagles at Baylands Park as he and Aditya Singhvi, grade 10 , both finished in the top 20 for the first time this year. Freshmen Ritika Rajamani and Erica Cai were the top two Eagle varsity girl runners, both running times that may qualify for the CCS Championships in three weeks. (Courtesy Coach Scott Chisam.) The Eagles race again on Nov. 2 at Crystal Springs Cross Country Park for the WBAL Championships.
Last week, the girls volleyball team fell to Menlo 0-3 before taking down Mercy Burlingame 3-1. The 13-11 Eagles travel to Mercy SF on Tuesday to complete their regular season before starting CCS this weekend.
The girls golf team defeated Castilleja 184-231 to become league champs for the first time since 2006. Sophie Zhang-Murphy, grade 9, earned medalist honors shooting a 34. The girls take on Castilleja again on Tuesday before starting the WBAL Tournament on Wednesday.
The football team completed its season with a 7-6 win over St. Vincent de Paul on Saturday. The defensive battle was capped by a second quarter pick-6 by Jared Anderson, grade 12, for the only Harker points on the day. The Eagles finished the year with a 7-2 record.
Boys Water Polo
Last week the boys water polo team fell to Wilcox 7-10 before defeating Saratoga 17-7 and going 3-0 in the Ronald J. Freeman Memorial Tournament, defeating Santa Teresa 15-6, Fremont 16-6 and The King’s Academy 13-1. The boys start the SCVAL Tournament this Wednesday.
Last week, the girls tennis team defeated Crystal Springs Uplands 6-1 before falling to Menlo 6-1. The Eagles take on Homestead on Monday and Notre Dame Belmont on Tuesday to wrap up the regular season.
Girls Water Polo
Last week, the girls water polo team defeated Wilcox 11-5 before suffering a rare loss, falling to Saratoga 0-2. The Eagles start the SCVAL Tournament this Wednesday.