The girls volleyball team steamrolled its way through the first three rounds of CCS, defeating Marina, Mercy Burlingame and Santa Cruz all in straight sets, which led to a matchup with Notre Dame Belmont in the D4 championships. It was a tight match, but the Tigers defeated the Eagles in five games, winning the decisive game 16-14, giving Harker the second place finish. However, this qualified the Eagles for a trip to the NorCal tournament. The girls travel to Fairfield on Tuesday to take on Vanden High in the D2 brackets.
The cross country team competed at the WBAL finals last week, with Ryan Adolf, grade 12, and Ritika Rajamani, grade 9, qualifying for the CCS finals on Sunday at the Crystal Springs Cross Country Course.
Girls Water Polo
The girls water polo season came to an end last week as the team fell 4-11 to Aptos in the opening round of the CCS playoffs. Congrats on a great year!
The girls tennis team opens up CCS on Monday as it travels to Mountain View High. On Nov. 13, the doubles team of Sachi Bajaj and Fonda Hu, both grade 10, will face off against Soquel to start the tournament.
After a second place CCS finish, the girls golf team heads to Lodi today to begin its quest for a NorCal championship. Check out results throughout the day at https://www.golfgenius.com/pages/1288547
Harker once again made its presence felt on the Fall Scholastic Championship Teams list. Boys cross country (3.9 GPA) and boys water polo (3.728) earned the top spots in their sports, while girls golf (3.786) finished second in their sport. Congrats to our wonderful student athletes!