Boys varsity tennis went 2-0 last week with their wins over King’s Academy and Crystal Springs. Jason Chu, grade 9, played in his first singles match and beat his King’s Academy opponent in straight sets. Boys varsity tennis is now 2-1 (2-0 league) and hosted rival Sacred Heart Prep on March 14.
Boys golf is now 2-0 and atop the league in the early part of the season with wins over Pinewood and King’s Academy. Maverick McNealy, grade 11, posted a 36 and Shrish Dwivedi, grade 9, showed a 37 against King’s at Los Lagos.
Baseball went 2-1 last week with a tough 5-7 loss to Lynbrook but came back strong with a rousing 11-3 victory over Priory and a dominating 15-3 win over Trinity Christian. Noah Levy, grade 12, went three for four against Lynbrook with a home run and two RBIs. Against Priory, Drew Goldstein, grade 11, had two hits, an RBI and two stolen bases. Versus Trinity, Jacob Hoffman, grade 11, went three for four with a double and two stolen bases. The boys are now 3-2 as they travel to Sequoia, Capuchino and Fremont this week.
Boys volleyball lost to Mitty and Willow Glen last week, but came back Friday to defeat Harbor High 3-1. Andrew Zhu, grade 10, had 22 kills and Dwight Payne, grade 12, contributed 35 digs in the Willow Glen match. The boys (2-2) open league play this week as they host a tough Homestead High squad at Blackford.
Softball lost to Monta Vista last week despite 11 stikeouts by Alison Rugar, grade 11. The girls are now 2-1 and play three games this week, hosting Notre Dame Friday in the league opener.
Girls lacrosse lost to Bella Vista of Sacramento Friday. Christine Lee, grade 10, had 17 saves in goal, Michelle Douglas, grade 11, had five goals and Hannah Bollar, grade 9, added two goals.