Before the break, the lacrosse team picked up two big league wins to go to 6-2 on the season. The Eagles defeated Aragon 4-2 and Notre Dame San Jose 10-6 to run their winning streak to four games. This week, the girls host Mercy Burlingame on Tuesday and travel to Sacred Heart Cathedral on Friday.
The boys baseball team has been on an absolute tear over the last few weeks, defeating its last three opponents by a combined score of 40-4. Before the break, the Eagles defeated Summit Rainier 11-1 with Luke Wancewicz, grade 10, driving in four runs on two hits. Later in the week, the Eagles defeated Westmoor 13-2, with Wancewicz again leading the way with four RBIs, this time on three hits. Then over the break, the team took care of ACE Charter 16-1 to improve to 8-3 on the year. This week, the Eagles travel to South San Francisco on Tuesday and host SSF on Thursday.
The boys volleyball team continued to dominate before the break as it took care of Los Altos and Lynbrook, both 3-0. Then over this past weekend, the Eagles took on some of the best competition in California at the Bellarmine Tournament. The boys went 2-0 on day one, defeating Valley Christian and South Pasadena. Day 2 started with a loss to St. Francis, but picked up as the Eagles defeated Madera South, Valley Christian and Homestead to finish ninth out of 22 teams. This week, the boys host Mountain View on Wednesday.
The Eagles were invited to talk about their season so far with Cal-Hi Sports. Check out the interview starting at 48:26: https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=3015&v=FACLl1ULZIw
Just before spring break, the boys tennis team continued to roll as it picked up its sixth and seventh consecutive wins. The Eagles are off this week before wrapping up league play next week.
Track and Field
The Eagles traveled to The King’s Academy before the break to compete against the rest of the WBAL at the second meet of the year. Anton Novikov, grade 10, posted two wins and a second place finish; Andrew Chen, grade 9, and Gio Rofa, grade 11, placed first and second in the triple jump; Alexa Lowe, grade 9, set another school record in the triple jump; Erica Cai, grade 9, won her mile race; Kismet Singh and Zoey Rosa, both grade 11, finished second and third in the 100-meter hurdles. The track and field team then competed at the Firebird Invitational at Fremont High. Ritika Rajamani, Ashley Barth and Erica Cai, all grade 9, placed third, fourth and fifith in the frosh-soph 2 mile run, and Bayden Yazalina, grade 10, won his 400-meter heat. This Saturday, the track and field team heads to San Mateo for the Bearcat Invitational.
The boys golf team picked up a 202-269 win over Crystal Springs Uplands just before the break with Bradley Lu, grade 12, shooting a 32 to earn medalist honors. This week, the Eagles take on Sacred Heart Prep on Monday.
Before the break, the Eagles suffered a 14-2 loss to The King’s Academy before picking up a win via forfeit to Mercy SF. The 2-7 Eagles are back in action this week with a game at Notre Dame San Jose on Tuesday.