The boys tennis team won its CCS opening round match against Santa Cruz 5-2 last week. They travel to Gunn High School today at 3 p.m. for their second round match. Good luck, Eagles!
The boys volleyball team defeated The King’s Academy in four games last week to win its fourth league championship in school history and its first since 2008, going 10-0 in league play this season. The Eagles earned an 11th seed and host Westmont on Tuesday at 7 p.m. in the opening round of CCS. Good luck!
Track and Field
The track and field team will be well represented in the league finals next Friday at Palo Alto, as the Eagles had 29 season bests at the league trials last week. Qualifying for the league finals are: Sara Min, grade 9, in the JV 100m; Alycia Cary, grade 9, in the JV 200m and JV 800m; Gloria Guo, grade 10, and Niki Iyer, grade 11, in the varsity 800m; Demonte Aleem, grade 9, in the varsity 100m and shot put; Anthony Contreras, grade 10, in the 200m and 400m; Aashish Jain, grade 11, in the JV long jump; Jain, Mitch Granados, grade 9, and Jonathan Yiu, grade 12, in the JV 100m; Arthur Ye, grade 12, in the JV shot put; Davis Dunaway, grade 11, and Kevin Kim, grade 12, in the varsity 300m hurdles; and Dunaway in the varsity pole vault, where he also qualified for the CCS championships. Good luck, Harker track and field!
The varsity softball team dropped an 8-4 game to Mercy Burlingame last week, but Tong Wu, grade 12, had two hits and three RBIs. The 6-8 Eagles finish their regular season this week as they travel to Notre Dame San Jose on Tuesday, and host The King’s Academy on Wednesday.
The boys golf team was upset in the league championship tournament as it took home a second place finish last week. This Wednesday the Eagles will begin their CCS journey at Rancho Cañada Golf Club in Carmel. Good luck, Eagles!
The girls lacrosse team dropped two games last week – a 13-3 loss to Aragon and a 15-5 loss to Woodside. The Eagles finish off their season on Tuesday as they travel to Notre Dame San Jose.
The boys baseball team swept a two game-series with Pinewood last week. In a 16-9 victory over the Panthers early in the week, Miles DeWitt, grade 12, had two hits and six RBIs, including a grand slam, to make it a very memorable Senior Day. In the 6-2 win over Pinewood later in the week, Matthew Kennedy, grade 10, had two hits and two RBIs to lead the way for the Eagles. Harker traveled to Menlo to end the week, but lost 11-3. Trenton Thomas and Arthur Wolff Goldstein, both grade 12, each drove in a run in the defeat. The 8-12 Eagles finish off the regular season this week with a game today at Blackford versus San Jose High and then travel to Jefferson on Tuesday.
Last week, the Harker swim team competed in the league championships. Highlights included a second place finish for the girls 200 medley relay team of Vivian Wang, grade 10, Taylor Kohlmann, grade 10, Grace Guan, grade 12, and Angela Huang, grade 12; Guan placing third in the girls 100 fly; Wang taking first and Guan taking third in the girls 100 back; Jack Farnham, grade 11, winning the boys 100 back; the girls 400 free relay team of Wang, Kohlmann, Guan and Huang placing second; the boys 400 free relay team of Farnham, Michael Auld, grade 11, Justin Culpepper, grade 11, and Alex Yu, grade 9, placing third; and Wang winning the girls 200 free, while breaking the Harker and league record!
Swimmers competing in CCS events starting this Friday are Wang, Kohlmann, Guan, Huang, Yu, Culpepper, Farnham, Auld, Angela Li, grade 9, Justan Su, grade 10, Karen Tu, grade 12, Ihita Mandal, grade 9, Kevin Tzeng, grade 10, and Clarissa Wang, grade 9.