Congratulations to the boys basketball, girls basketball and boys soccer teams for being named as 2013 CCS winter scholastic championship teams for having one of the top grade point averages of all teams competing that season. Boys basketball was in the top five of their league while girls basketball and boys soccer led their leagues.
Softball defeated Menlo-Atherton 4-0 on Wednesday behind a solid performance from senior Alison Rugar. Rugar threw for 16 strikeouts on the mound and went 2-4 at the plate, knocking in three runs. Ashley Del Alto, grade 12, and Alana Shamlou, grade 11, also had hits in the victory.
Girls lacrosse beat Santa Catalina 16-9 under rainy skies last week. Wendy Shwe, Michelle Douglas, Tiphaine Delepine, all grade 12, and Hannah Bollar, grade 10, all had goals while Christine Lee, grade 11, had multiple saves.
Boys varsity tennis defeated Priory last week 5-2, then defeated King’s Academy yesterday 6-1 to improve to 4-1 overall. Jason Chu, grade 10, Kilian Burke, grade 11, and John Dobrota, grade 10, won their singles matches. The teams face Fremont and Crystal Springs this week.
Boys volleyball dropped their season opener to Leigh. Despite junior Andrew Zhu’s 14 kills, the boys lost 19-25, 23-25, 23-25; they lost again to Willow Glen in four sets, then, two games down against Westmont High School, stormed back with a dramatic 23-25, 22-25, 25-14, 25-20, 24-22 fifth-set victory to improve to 1-2 on the season. Zhu led the team in kills and senior setter Josh Tien led in assists. Support the varsity Wednesday night, 5:30 at Blackford, as they host King’s Academy.
Baseball lost to Fremont Christian Friday and Gunderson Monday to drop to 2-3 on the season. Senior Jacob Hoffman had a triple and scored a run against Gunderson. Neil Sadhu, grade 10, had two hits against Fremont Christian. The boys host University High Friday at Blackford.