Playing in two close matches last week, the girls soccer team fell to Pinewood 2-1 before taking care of Castilleja 2-1. Joelle Anderson, grade 12, scored a goal in each game, with Sahana Narayan, grade 10, adding the second goal vs. Castilleja. With a record of 10-3-1, the team sits in second place in the Skyline Division and will host first place Priory on Tuesday before Pacific Collegiate visits Harker for a non-league matchup on Friday.
The boys soccer team picked up two big league wins last week, upending Priory 5-2 and Crystal Springs Uplands 3-2. The Eagles sit in fourth place in the WBAL, but are within striking distance of all three teams ahead of them. This week the team takes on the first and second place teams in the WBAL as it hosts Sacred Heart Prep on Wednesday and travels to Menlo on Friday.
Last week, the wrestling team was defeated 60-15 by Palo Alto before the Eagles picked up a win over Homestead by forfeit. In the loss to Palo Alto, Davis Howard, grade 12, won by pin, Diego Figueroa, grade 12, won 7-0, Anthony Contreras, grade 11, won 5-4, and Shikhar Solanki, grade 11, won 11-8. The Eagles travel to Lynbrook on Thursday before starting the SCVAL tournament this weekend.
The girls basketball team was defeated 60-52 by Mercy SF last week before rebounding with a 44-36 OT win against Castilleja. In the loss to Mercy, Prameela Kottapalli, grade 10, led the Eagles with 18 points, and Selin Sayiner, grade 11, added 15 points. In the OT win over Castilleja, Jordan Thompson, grade 12, led the way with 19 points, and Akhila Ramgiri, grade 10, added 14 points. The 11-10 Eagles travel to Mercy Burlingame this Wednesday.
Also, Thompson was honored last week by CalHiSports.com as one of their State Stat Stars of the Week:
The boys basketball team went 1-1 last week in league play. In a 63-48 loss to Woodside Priory, Jack Connors, grade 9, led the Eagles with 13 points. Later in the week, Harker defeated Crystal Springs Uplands 69-44 with Jordan Goheen, grade 12, scoring 16 points. Next up for the Eagles is Senior Night on Tuesday versus Eastside College Prep, then a trip to The King’s Academy on Friday.
Cross Country Express recently interviewed Niki Iyer, grade 12, on her illustrious high school career. Check out the full interview here: