The girls soccer team continued its hot start to the season as it picked up two wins last week. In an 8-0 victory over Mercy San Francisco, Joelle Anderson, grade 12, had four goals, with senior Lyndsey Mitchell and sophomores Sahana Narayan, Sara Min and Julia Amick scoring the remaining goals. Later in the week, the Eagles defeated Pinewood 4-2 behind three goals from Anderson and another from Amick. Anderson now has 22 goals in seven games this season, which is highest in the CCS according to maxpreps.com. The 5-1-1 girls team hosts Pacific Collegiate on Tuesday and travels to Priory on Thursday.
Last week, the girls basketball team dropped two league games as it was defeated 51-47 by Notre Dame San Jose and 65-56 by Mercy San Francisco. In the loss to Mercy, Jordan Thompson, grade 12, led the way with 28 points, while Selin Sayiner, grade 11, added 11 points. In the loss to NDSJ, Thompson led the Eagles with 28 points to become Harker’s all-time career scoring leader, passing Alex Abarca ’09 who held the previous record with 1,723 career points. Last year, Thompson passed Daniza Rodriguez ’13 to become the all-time female scorer in Harker history. Thompson is currently the leading female scorer in the CCS, averaging 27.1 points per game, according to maxpreps.com. The Eagles take on Castilleja on Tuesday and Mercy Burlingame on Friday, both at the Blackford campus.
Last week, the Harker wrestling team competed in the Ruppel 2nd Man Tournament and the Bianchini Varsity Tournament, both held at Cupertino High School. Highlights included Devin Keller, grade 9, taking fifth in the 132-pound division and Justin Su, grade 11, taking the consolation championship in the 113-pound division, both at the Ruppel 2nd Man Tournament. At the Bianchini Tournament, Davis Howard, grade 12, placed sixth in the 285-pound division. The Eagles open their league season this Thursday as they travel to Los Altos High.
The boys soccer team was defeated 5-2 by Hillsdale in its only match last week. This week, the Eagles host Crystal Springs Uplands on Wednesday and travel to Sacred Heart Prep on Friday.
The boys basketball team dropped two league games last week, a 53-36 loss to Sacred heart Prep and a 61-39 loss to Priory. Jordan Goheen, grade 12, led the Eagles with nine points and 10 rebounds against SHP, and Justin Jia, grade 12, had eight points, eight rebounds and five steals against Priory. This week, the Eagles travel to Crystal Springs Uplands on Tuesday and Eastside College Prep on Thursday.