Congratulations to the boys, who qualified for CCS and then won their first round match-up against Carlmont 6-1. The Eagles are now 16-3 overall. They travel to eighth-seed Westmont, just around the corner from the Bucknall campus, for their second-round matchup at 3 p.m. today. Come on out and cheer them to victory! A win today equals CCS quarterfinals and Harker history!
Track and Field
Big news! Coach Scott Chisam was named the CCS honor coach for boys track and field and will be honored at the CCS Championships on May 29 at San Jose City College! As CCS’s assistant commissioner Duane Morgan wrote, “We all know that quality programs are attained by quality players and quality coaches; [Scott’s] accomplishments in track and field reach far beyond the ‘W’s’ and ‘L’s’ and reach the ultimate in coaching.” Congratulations, Scott!
The boys squad is among the section’s elite; it qualified for the CCS finals with a fourth-place finish at CCS regional No. 2 and is now one of the final eight teams. Sophomore Ryan Vaughan and senior Shrish Dwivedi led the Eagles with 73s. The finals are this Tuesday in Carmel; the top three teams will advance to the NorCals.
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The Eagles triumphed 10-9 over Pinewood on Tuesday in a PAL league game. Freshman Dominic Cea had four hits and drove in five runs, including the game-winning single in the bottom of the seventh to lead the Eagle offensive attack. Sophomore Varun Haltore pitched solidly into the fifth inning, allowing only two earned runs, while freshman Nate Kelly picked up the win in relief.