Winning its first two games by an average margin of 43 points, the girls basketball team made it to the finals of the Pescadero Hoop Dreams Tournament before falling to Stevenson High. Jordan Thompson, grade 11, scored 32 points, including eight 3-pointers, in a 60-14 win over host Pescadero High in the opening round game. Thompson followed that up with another 32-point performance in the Eagles second round victory over Alma Heights and the team took Harbor 64-22, last night and are now 3-1. Catch them at their home opener Friday at Blackford 5:00 vs. Prospect–Go Eagles!
The boys basketball team started the season off with a bang as it defeated Lynbrook, Andrew Hill and Silver Creek to win the James Lick Invitational Tournament, their first tournament championship under coach Butch Keller. Roy Yuan, grade 9, averaged 16 points per game in the tournament with 22 points coming in the championship game. Elijah Edgehill, grade 12, also had a huge tournament averaging 14 points and 14 rebounds per game and was named MVP for the tournament. Fellow senior Rohan Desikan was named All-Tournament. The boys team will begin the Lynbrook tournament tomorrow with an opening round game vs. Summit Prep at 4:45 p.m.
The boys varsity soccer team traveled to San Mateo High school last Friday for its first game of the season, but the Bearcats pulled out a 5-3 victory over Harker. The Eagles will host Saratoga High Thursday.
The girls soccer team dropped its first two games of the season to San Mateo and Saratoga, but looks to rebound next Friday as it hosts Redwood Christian.
The Harker wrestling team travels to Fremont High in Sunnyvale this Saturday to compete in the 2015 Webber Lawson Varsity Wrestling Tournament. The Eagles will be one of 46 high schools competing in the tournament, which will feature nine top 20 CCS teams.