Ethan Ma won his wrestling match last Thursday night against his Cupertino HIgh opponent. The wrestling team will compete in the league championships at Homestead this Saturday.
Girls basketball earned victories over ICA and Mercy-Burlingame last week to improve their sterling record to 16-4 overall and 6-2 in league play. Against Mercy, Nithya Vemireddy, grade 11, scored 14 points and added 10 rebounds while Daniza Rodriguez, grade 12, netted 10 points. Wednesday evening marks a huge occasion for the girls: not only is it Senior Night, but the girls are fighting for a share of the league championship. They play Notre Dame in the crucial contest, with JV playing at 6 p.m. varsity playing at 7:30 p.m., and senior recognition just preceding the JV game.
Boys basketball went undefeated last week with victories over Crystal Springs and Pinewood, improving to 16-4 overall and 8-2 in league play. Nikhil Panu, grade 12, and Eric Holt, grade 10, led the way against Pinewood as each scored 17 points. The boys travel to Priory Wednesday and host King’s Academy on Friday. Senior night for the boys will be next Tuesday against Sacred Heart Prep.
Girls soccer lost to Pinewood last week before rebounding with an impressive 5-4 victory over Mercy-San Francisco Thursday in a tightly-fought game. Sondra Leal Da Costa, grade 12, Safia Khouja, grade 10, and Wendy Shwe, grade 12 all added goals while sophomore Alyssa Amick’s two goals led the team. The girls’ record now stands at an impressive 6-3-1 in league. The girls hosted Latino College Prep today and then have their Senior Day on Thursday at 3:30 against ICA.
Boys soccer dropped a game to Priory last Friday, 2-1, then played well in a 0-0 tie against Menlo this past week. Omar Hamade, grade 9, scored in the loss against Priory. The boys host Crystal Springs today for their Senior Day; seniors will be recognized in a special celebration at halftime. The boys’ next game after Senior Day will be at home against Sacred Heart Prep on Friday.