Staying undefeated, the boys golf team picked up victories over Menlo and Sacred Heart Prep last week. Avi Khemani, grade 11, led the way for the Eagles, shooting a 36 in the Eagles two stroke win over Menlo. Sandip Nirmel, grade 11, shot a 35 in the 188-212 win over SHP. The Eagles travel north to compete in the Marin Catholic Wildcat Invitational today.
Track and Field
The track and field team traveled to Sacred Heart Prep last week and did very well as it competed in its first WBAL meet of the year. The team of Aria Coalson, Gloria Guo and Grace Koonmen, all grade 10, and Sara Min, grade 9, set a new school record in the girls 400m relay. Niki Iyer, grade 11, continued her amazing year as she won the 1600m. Winnie Li, grade 11, took first in the high jump, as well as second in the 100m hurdles and third in the 300m hurdles. Anthony Contreras, grade 10, took second in the 200m, and tied with Lucas Wang, grade 11, for third in the long jump. Bill Liang, grade 11, won the 300m hurdles, his first ever first place finish. The Eagles will compete at the Firebird Invitational this weekend at Fremont High.
The girls lacrosse team fell to Saratoga 11-2 last week. This week, the team hosts Mercy Burlingame at 5 p.m. on Tuesday and travels to Sacred Heart Prep on Thursday.
The boys tennis team defeated Priory 7-0 last week, before losing a tough match to Sacred Heart Prep 4-3 later in the week. This week, the Eagles face off with Menlo on Tuesday and Crystal Springs Uplands on Thursday, both at 4 p.m. at the Santa Clara Tennis Center.
The boys varsity baseball team started last week with a tough 4-3 loss to Westmoor High, but finished the week with two big wins over Pinewood and O’Connell of San Francisco. In the 12-2 win over Pinewood, Dominic Cea, grade 10, led the way offensively as he drove in three runs. Cea was back at it again over the weekend against O’Connell, but this time on the mound, as he tossed a no-hitter, striking out 12 and walking two as Harker picked up the 3-0 victory. Trenton Thomas, grade 12, had the big hit for the Eagles, as he drove in two runs on a first-inning single. The Eagles will face Crystal Springs Uplands twice this week.
Last week, the JV baseball team defeated James Lick 9-2 behind a strong 4 inning performance from Akhil Arun, grade 10, who earned the win. Tanay Kamat, grade 10, had two hits, scored two runs and pitched two shutout innings to close out the victory. The JV squad takes on Hillsdale today at 4pm at Blackford.
The swim team traveled to Sacred Heart Prep over the weekend to race in the Small School Invitational. Highlights included Alex Yu, grade 9, placing first in the 500 freestyle and Vivian Wang, grade 10, winning the 100 butterfly and taking second in the 100 breaststroke, qualifying for CCS with both times. In addition, the 200 medley relay team of Taylor Kohlmann, grade 10, Vivian Wang, grade 10, Grace Guan, grade 12, and Karen Tu, grade 12, finishing second with a CCS qualifying time. The next swim meet is April 7 at Menlo.
The varsity softball team suffered its first loss of the season last week as it fell to The King’s Academy 13-3. Alisa Wakita, grade 12, had two hits and an RBI in the loss. The Eagles travel to Gunderson High today and Fremont on Wednesday.
The boys volleyball team fell to Mountain View High in three games last week before going 1-3 at the Campbell Classic hosted by Leigh High over the weekend, picking up a win over Seaside. The Eagles host Harbor High on Tuesday at 5:15 p.m., then are at Fremont on Wednesday, before coming back home on Friday to face off with Eastside College Prep.
Last week the middle school wrestling team competed in the Mission Hills Classic held at Santa Cruz High. Eric Bollar, grade 6, took first place in his weight class, with Dezi Johnson, grade 6, and Rohan Arora, grade 8, placing second in their weight classes.