On Monday, the boys golf team competed in the Marin Catholic Wildcat Invitational, which featured 23 of the Bay Area’s best high school golf teams.
Harker proved it had become one of the elite teams in Northern California by finishing third, trailing only powerhouses De La Salle and Campolindo. Dakota McNealy, grade 12, and brother Colt, grade 11, led the way for the Eagles, shooting a team-best 74 and 75, respectively, on the par 71 course.
“We fought through a very cold, rainy and windy day. We were all exhausted by end of a 12-hour plus day,” said coach Ie-Chen Cheng. “We’re trying to put them through every test possible to get them ready for the postseason. I’m proud of these kids.” No rest for the team though, as it travels to Poplar Creek Golf Course in San Mateo to take on Crystal Springs Uplands today.