Fall sports are in progress and although some starts have been rough, teams are pulling together to put their best efforts forth as the season matures!
Boys Water Polo
The boys water polo team dropped its home opener to Lynbrook 12-11 in a heartbreaking overtime loss on Tuesday. Next up for the Eagles is a trip to Fremont High on Thursday, followed by the Connolly Tournament this weekend.
Girls Water Polo
Playing under the lights for its home opener, the girls water polo team fell 6-4 to visiting Lynbrook. Abigail Wisdom, grade 10, led the Eagles with two goals. Harker travels to Monta Vista on Thursday, then competes in the Charger Varsity Invitational at Wilcox on Friday.
The girls golf team lost in its season opener to Valley Christian last week, but Katherine Zhu, grade 11, was the medalist shooting an even 36. Katelyn Vo, grade 9, was also outstanding, shooting a 2-over-par 38. On Tuesday, the Eagles bounced back with a convincing 203-301 league victory over Notre Dame San Jose. The Eagles were led once again by Zhu and Vo, each shooting a 1-under to tie for medalist honors. The girls golf team will compete next at the Helen Lengfeld Memorial Tournament at Poplar Creek Golf Course on Monday.
The Eagles suffered a tough 17-14 loss at Prospect last Friday. Will Park, grade 12, led the way for Harker with 63-yards rushing and a TD. Come support the Eagles this Friday as they play their home opener against Menlo at 7 p.m.
The girls volleyball team dropped a pair of matches last week bringing the team record to 2-6 in this early season. The Eagles fell to Monte Vista Christian and Presentation, both in three games. Harker travels to Valley Christian this Thursday.
Making the trip into the Central Valley, the girls tennis team opens its season this weekend at the California Girls Tennis Classic in Clovis.
The cross country team will officially start its season this Saturday at the Lowell Invitational in Golden Gate Park.