Last week, the boys soccer team lost to Sacred Heart Prep 3-0 and Menlo 6-2, but still qualified for the CCS D4 playoffs with a 13-5 record. In the opening round of CCS, the Eagles defeated Gunn High 3-2 for the program’s first-ever CCS win. The boys advanced to the semifinals on Wednesday to play the No. 1 seed King City.
The girls basketball team lost its final regular season game of the year 41-65 against Mercy Burlingame with Akhila Ramgiri, grade 12, leading the way with 9 points. Even with the loss, the Eagles qualified for the CCS D4 brackets. However, the girls lost to James Lick 55-64 in the opening round of the playoffs. The Eagles ended the year with a 13-10 record.
Last week, the boys basketball team completed its regular season with a 77-50 win over Pinewood. Jack Connors, grade 11, led the offense with 19 points. The Eagles qualified for the CCS D4 playoffs, but came up short in the first round as they fell to Palma 53-62 ending the season with an 11-14 record. Jarrett Anderson, grade 12, ended his Harker career with a team-high 14 points.
The girls soccer team ended its season with an 8-7-3 record as it defeated Castilleja 2-1 last week.
At the SCVAL Championships last week, Eric Fang, grade 11, placed seventh overall in his weight class.
Spring sports are off and running this week as baseball opens its season on the road against San Jose High on Wednesday; boys volleyball travels to Homestead on Wednesday and Cupertino on Friday; and lacrosse opens its season on Friday at home against Willow Glen. Boys tennis opens at home on Feb. 25 against Nueva; softball travels to Gunderson High on Feb. 26; boys golf kicks off its season at the Cowboy Classic on Feb. 27; swimming takes to the pool at the Palo Alto Invitational on March 1; and track and field opens at the first WBAL meet at Sacred Heart Prep on March 13.