The fall sports seasons for cross country, swimming, flag football and softball have come to a close for the lower and middle schools. Here are the final results of what was a very exciting start to the school year!
LS/MS FOOTBALL grade 8 VA football: 5-7 (fifth place); grade 7 VB football: 3-8 (fifth place); grade 6 JVA football: 9-0 (league champs!); grade 5 JVB football: 3-3 (T-fourth place)
Grade 6-8 VA softball: 5-1 (second place); grade 4-5 JVB softball: 6-0 (league champs!)
MS CROSS COUNTRY
The team finished up their season with the WBAL cross country meet at Bayfront Park. In the grade 7-8 boys race Arnav Tandon, grade 8, placed third. In the grade 7-8 girls race, second place went to Niki Iyer, grade 8 and first place to Sarah Savage, grade 7. Both boys and girls grade 7-8 teams took third place in their races.
The team finished up their season with the WBAL swim meet at Sacred Heart Prep High School. In the grade 5-6 boys MR, taking second place were Edwin Su, Arjun Kilaru, Stephan Sokolov and Krish Kapadia, all grade 6; and in third place, Noah Salisbury, Rohan Arora, Kai-Ming Ang and Cole Smitherman, all grade 5.
Grade 5-6 girls MR third place: Angela Li, Sara Min, Anusha Kuppahally, Alexandra Janssen, all grade 6.
Grade 5-6 girls IM first place: Angela Li; Grade 5-6 girls 25 back, first place: Angela Li.
Grade 5-6 boys 100-free third place: Arnav Jain, grade 5.
Grade 5-6 girls 25 breast third place: Sara Min.
Grade 7 boys MR, second place: Victor Shin, Jeffrey Ma, Alexander Wang, Derek Kuo.
Grade 7 boys IM first place and Grade 7 boys 50-free second place: Jeffrey Ma.
Grade 7 boys 50-fly: third place: Adriano Hernandez.
Grade 7 boys 50-breast third place: Aadith Srinivisan.
Quarterback Spenser Quash, grade 12, threw for three touchdowns and ran for two more in his final game as an Eagle, but Harker dropped their last game of the year, Homecoming, to Lynbrook, 49-35, finishing their season at 3-7 overall and 1-5 in league play. Robert Deng, grade 12, Devonte Smith, grade 10, and Keanu Forbes, grade 10, all caught touchdown passes.
Girls water polo’s historic season came to a close Tuesday in their first ever CCS appearance. The girls lost to Soquel High 13-3 in the first round game. Keri Clifford, grade 12, scored two goals and Rachel Yanovsky, grade 12, scored one. The girls end the season with a 20-7 record and a league championship! Congratulations on a great season.