The boys golf team picked up a 240-197 league win over The King’s Academy last week with Jin Kim, grade 12, leading the way with a 35. This week, the Eagles once again take on King’s on Wednesday, followed by a matchup with Nueva on Thursday.
Track and Field
The Eagles competed in the first WBAL meet of the year last week with some great results, including 15 season bests. Tiffany Shou, grade 12, threw a lifetime best in the discus, only 4 feet off of the school record. All seven Harker hurdlers ran seasonal bests as well. Kismet Singh, grade 10, Lilly Anderson, grade 11, Zoey Rosa, grade 10, Hannah Bohbot-Dridi, grade 9, and Angela Cai, grade 9, for the girls, and in his first hurdle race ever, Gio Rofa, grade 10, won the boy’s 65-meter high hurdles. In the closest Eagle race of the day, Mitch Granados, grade 11, edged out Anthony Contreras, grade 12, in the 100 by 0.006 seconds.
Then over the weekend, the Eagles competed at the very competitive St. Francis Invitational. Anna Weirich, grade 9, opened the meet at 8 am, in 44-degree weather, with a win in the 3,000-meter. She came back three hours later and won the mile run with a time of 5:28. Contreras and Rofa ran well in their sections of the 400 and 100. Shou placed fourth in the girls’ discus while Eric Fang, grade 10, threw a personal best in the frosh-soph discus.
Up next for the track and field team is the Firebird Invitational at Fremont High this weekend.
Last week, the boys volleyball team took a 0-3 loss to Monta Vista, but bounced back with a 3-0 win over Lynbrook later in the week. This week, the Eagles host Mountain View on Wednesday and travel to Los Altos on Friday, then compete in the Monta Vista Tournament over the weekend.
The lacrosse team picked up two wins last week as it defeated Woodside 14-13 and Stevenson 15-4. The 3-0 Eagles host Notre Dame San Jose on Tuesday and Lincoln on Wednesday.
The baseball team returns to action this week with a trip to Crystal Springs Uplands on Tuesday before hosting Summit Prep Ranier on Friday.
This week, the softball team travels to The King’s Academy on Tuesday and hosts Notre Dame Belmont on Thursday.
The boys tennis team was able to squeeze in a 6-1 win over The King’s Academy last week before the rains came. This week, the Eagles will take on Crystal Springs Uplands on Tuesday and Sacred Heart Prep on Thursday.
The swim team will host the first WBAL Jamboree this Wednesday at the Singh Aquatic Center.