Boys Water Polo
The varsity boys water polo team continues its hot streak as it defeated Santa Clara 13-3, Saratoga 13-5 and Heritage 9-7, last week. That’s nine straight non-tournament wins for the Eagles, bringing their season record to 13-4. This week, Harker travels to Cupertino on Tuesday and hosts Milpitas on Thursday.
The girls varsity golf team went 1-1, last week, picking up a win over Notre Dame San Jose, followed by a loss to Menlo. Freshman sensation Katelyn Vo once again impressed in the win over NDSJ, shooting a par 34 to lead all golfers. This week, the Eagles face Notre Dame Belmont on Tuesday and Mercy Burlingame on Wednesday.
Competing at the first WBAL meet of the year, Peter Connors, grade 11, led the boys with a time of 16:59 for the 2.8 mile course. Leading the way for the girls team was Anika Rajamani, grade 10, and Lilia Gonzales, grade 10. This Saturday, the Eagles compete at the Monterey Bay Invitational at Toro Regional Park.
The varsity girls volleyball team went 1-1 in league play last week, dropping a three-game match to Notre Dame Belmont, followed by a four-game win over Notre Dame San Jose. At 2-3 in league, Harker sits in fourth place in the West Bay Foothill League. Next up for the Eagles is a trip to Menlo on Tuesday, then a home match against Sacred Heart Prep on Thursday.
The girls tennis team dropped a match with Sacred Heart Prep 5-2 last week, but looks to regain some league momentum as it faces off with Menlo on Tuesday and Crystal Springs Uplands on Thursday.
Girls Water Polo
The girls water polo team dropped two heart-braking matches last week. In an 8-7 loss to Santa Clara, Meghana Karinthi, grade 11, had three goals. Later in the week, the Eagles lost to Saratoga 5-4. The Eagles travel to Wilcox on Tuesday and host Milpitas on Thursday.
The Eagles come off their bye week ready to travel to Modesto and take on Big Valley Christian on Friday.