The boys golf team took ninth place at the Aptos Tournament last week, with Scout McNealy, grade 9, leading the way with a 2-over-par 73 to place second individually. Colt McNealy, grade 11, had a good day as well, finishing tied for fifth. Later in the week, the Eagles defeated Crystal Springs Uplands with Ryan Vaughan, grade 11, shooting a team low 1-over-par 37. On Monday, the Eagles took down Sacred Heart Prep to stay unbeaten in league. Scout once again led the way, this time shooting a 1-over-par 37. The boys golf team takes on Pinewood on Tuesday.
The boys volleyball team continues to roll in league play as it defeated Wilcox and Fremont last week, both in three games. The team is still undefeated and in first place in league. This week, the Eagles are at Eastside College Prep on Wednesday, home against Santa Clara on Friday and at the Habor Tournament on Saturday.
The girls lacrosse team fell to Woodside 13-2 last week. It’s a busy week for the Eagles as they travel to Mercy Burlingame on Tuesday, host Christian Brothers of Sacramento on Wednesday and then travel to Carlmont on Friday.
The varsity baseball team dropped two high scoring games to Jefferson High last week. In a 12-8 loss, Trenton Thomas, grade 12, drove in two runs. Later in the week, Miles DeWitt, grade 12, had two hits and three RBIs in a 9-7 loss. This week the Eagles will play at Westmoor on Tuesday and host Westmoor on Thursday at 4 p.m.
The Eagles fell 6-2 to Castilleja last week, but Kristin LeBlanc, grade 10, had three hits and an RBI in the loss. This week the softball team is at Castilleja on Tuesday, followed by homes games on Wednesday versus Yerba Buena and Friday versus Pinewood.
Track and Field
Last Friday the track team competed at the CCS Top 8 event at Los Gatos High School. Anthony Contreras, grade 10, took second in the frosh soph 100m; Demonte Aleem, grade 9, hit a personal best by three feet in the shot put to place fifth; and Niki Iyer, grade 11, was fifth in the varsity girls 1600m, with her season best time of 4:59.55. The track team was back at it on Saturday as it headed to Mountain View to compete in the Saint Francis Invitational against some of the top athletes in Northern California. Contreras placed fifth in the varsity 100m, setting a personal best and sophomore school record as well. Bill Liang, grade 11, took home a fourth place finish in the 300m hurdles. Next up for the Eagles is a WBAL meet at King’s Academy on Wednesday.
The boys tennis team split its two matches last week, losing to Sacred Heart Prep 5-2, but defeating Crystal Springs Uplands 4-3. The team will travel to Menlo on Tuesday and then begin the WBAL tournament on Thursday.
The Harker swimmers host King’s Academy on Wednesday. It is also Senior Day, so come support our graduating Eagles. The festivities start at 3:40 p.m., and the meet starts at 4 p.m.