The boys volleyball team defeated both Homestead and Cupertino 3-0 last week before heading south for the Best of the West Tournament. The Eagles proved that they are indeed one of the best teams in California as they took fifth place out of 32 elite teams from the West Coast and Hawaii. On day one of the tournament, the Eagles defeated Santa Barbara, Corona Del Mar and Westlake to win their pool. On day two, the Eagles defeated league-rival Monta Vista, before falling to tournament runner up Palisades, and then finishing off the event with a win over Westview for a 5-1 tournament showing. This week, the 12-1 Eagles host Saratoga on Wednesday.
Last week, the boys tennis team defeated Sacred Heart Prep 6-1 before falling to Menlo 2-5. This week, the boys host The King’s Academy on Monday before traveling to Pinewood on Tuesday and Crystal Springs Uplands on Thursday.
The softball team picked up its first win of the season as it defeated Crystal Springs Uplands 12-7 last week. Anika Rajamani, grade 12, led the Eagles with three hits and four RBIs, followed closely by Cameron Zell, grade 12, who added three hits and three RBIs. This week, the Eagles travel to Notre Dame Belmont on Thursday.
The baseball team defeated Pinewood 7-5 last week to even its season record at 2-2. In the win, Max Lee, grade 11, and Zach Hoffman, grade 12, each had two hits and two RBIs. This week, the Eagles travel to Jefferson on Tuesday and host Crystal Springs Uplands on Thursday.
The lacrosse team fell to Sacred Heart Prep 14-3 last week. The Eagles look to get back to their winning ways as they host Lincoln on Wednesday.
This Thursday, the Eagle swim team will host the first WBAL Jamboree at the Singh Aquatic Center at 4:30 p.m.
This week, the Harker track and field team heads to Sacred Heart Prep on Wednesday for the first WBAL meet of the year.
The boys golf team was rained out last week, but is back in action on Monday against The King’s Academy and Tuesday against Menlo.
Congrats to Indigo Lee, grade 8, for recently being accepted to the Olympic Development Program for water polo. At the USA National Championships, Lee’s Bay Area development age group team placed third overall.