The boys golf team fell to Valley Christian 227-210 before defeating Menlo 179-184 to become co-league champs, which gives the Eagles six straight league championship titles. Bryan Zhang, grade 10, shot a personal best 1-under-par 34 to earn his first career medalist honors. The Eagles will compete at the WBAL Championships on Wednesday.
The Eagles started the week with a 10-8 non-league victory over Del Mar with Zach Hoffman, grade 12, and Max Lee, grade 11, each driving in two runs on two hits. The team then dropped a 2-7 matchup with Jefferson, with Levi Sutton and Nick Coulter, both grade 10, each driving in a run. Finally, the Eagles fell to Independence 4-5. This week, the team hosts Crystal Springs Uplands on Tuesday before traveling to South San Francisco on Thursday.
The boys tennis team lost its regular season matchup with Menlo 0-7 last week before starting the WBAL Individual Tournament. The doubles team of Ramanand Vegesna and Mihir Sharma, both grade 11, fell short in the doubles finals and hopes to make the CCS Doubles Championships as an at-large team. CCS begins this Friday.
The lacrosse team defeated Salinas 16-9 and Carlmont 13-12 last week to improve to an impressive 11-3 on the season. The girls wrap up the regular season this week as they host Notre Dame Belmont on Tuesday before traveling to Woodside Priory on Thursday.
Track and Field
The WBAL Track and Field Championship begin on Tuesday with the finals on Friday.
The boys volleyball team defeated Los Gatos 3-0 in its sole matchup last week. It’s a big week for the Eagles as they wrap up the regular season by facing off with league rival and top CCS team Monta Vista on Tuesday before Senior Night against Los Altos on Wednesday.
Harker swimmers competed at the WBAL Championships at Sacred Heart last week with some great results. Matthew Chung, grade 10, Rhys Edwards, grade 10, and Alex Yu, grade 12, went 1-2-7 in the 200 freestyle. Chung broke the 9-year-old WBAL record, smashing the old time by four seconds and qualifying for the state meet. Ihita Mandal, grade 12, made the consolation finals in the 200 free and dropped eight seconds off her time. Nikela Hulton, grade 9, placed sixth in the 200 IM, dropping six seconds from her time and later placed second in the 100 fly, making CCS cuts in both events. Nageena Singh, grade 9, placed seventh, making the finals in the 100 fly. Ethan Hu, grade 11, Chung, and Edwards went 1-2-3 in the 100 fly with Hu breaking his own 2018 WBAL record. Yu took first in the 500 free. Jason Kwok, grade 10, took first in the 100 breast. The CCS Championship trials begin on Friday.
The softball team lost to Pinewood 1-11 and The King’s Academy 2-18 last week. This week, the Eagles host Fremont on Monday and travel to Mercy SF on Tuesday.