The girls volleyball team picked up two big wins last week, defeating Carmel 3-2 and Westmont 3-1. In the win over Carmel, Michelle Ning, grade 10, led the way with 10 kills, with Ashley Jazbec, grade 11, adding nine kills. This week, the 5-3 Eagles host Los Altos on Wednesday at 6 p.m.
Last week, the girls golf team finished third in the Helen Lengfeld Memorial Tournament, its best finish ever at the event, before defeating Notre Dame Belmont and Sacred Heart Prep 190-319-270, respectively. This week, the Eagles face off with Notre Dame San Jose on Tuesday and Menlo on Wednesday.
At the California Girls Tennis Classic in Clovis over the weekend, the girls tennis team went 4-1, losing its only match to a top East Bay team by a third tiebreaker, becoming champions of the Division II Second Flight. The girls take to the courts again on Sept. 17 against Salinas High.
The football team picked up its third win in a row as it defeated Marina High 26-2 on Friday. Marcus Tymous, grade 12, and Anthony Meissner, grade 12, each rushed for a touchdown, while Jared Anderson, grade 12, recovered a fumble for a score and Meissner connected with Anderson for a 34-yard touchdown. The Eagles travel to Watsonville to take on St. Francis this Friday.
The cross country team traveled to Golden Gate Park over the weekend to compete at the Lowell Invitational. Anna Weirich, grade 10, finished 11th in a field of some of the best runners from throughout the state. Ryan Adolf, grade 12, led the Eagles, improving his time on the course by 20 seconds. The Eagles race again on Sept. 22 at the Pacific Tigers Invitational at the Elkhorn Golf Club in Stockton.
Girls Water Polo
Last week, the girls water polo team opened its season with two losses. In a 10-6 loss to Saratoga, Cas Ruedy, grade 11, led the Eagles with two goals. Later in the week, the girls fell to Santa Clara 10-7 with Abby Wisdom, grade 12, and Alicia Xu, grade 12, each scoring two goals. This week, the Eagles host Monta Vista on Tuesday and travel to Milpitas on Thursday.
Boys Water Polo
The boys water polo team opened its league season last week with a 19-8 win over Saratoga and a 13-10 win over Santa Clara. Then, over the weekend, the Eagles went 1-2 at the Lynbrook Tournament, defeating Lynbrook 14-7 before falling to Mountain View 5-15 and Willow Glen 11-14. This week, the boys host Monta Vista on Tuesday and travel to Milpitas on Thursday.