After picking up a forfeit win over Menlo and taking its second straight league championship, the girls golf team dominated the league tournament, taking first place by 41 strokes. The Eagles head to the CCS Championships at Laguna Seca on Tuesday.
The cross country team took on the WBAL at its second league meet last week. Anna Weirich, grade 11, took second place in the girls varsity race and Rigo Gonzales, grade 9, was the top varsity boy, finishing 12th. The Eagles race again on Nov. 8 for the WBAL Finals.
Last week, the girls tennis team fell to Menlo 5-2 before defeating Sacred Heart Prep 7-0, finishing the regular season with an 11-2 record. The girls head to Menlo this Friday for the CCS qualifiers.
Girls Water Polo
The girls water polo team picked up a 15-3 win over Cupertino and an 18-3 win over Milpitas last week to improve its record to 18-3 on the year. The Eagles take on Cupertino at Lynbrook High on Tuesday to begin the SCVAL Tournament.
Boys Water Polo
Last week, the boys water polo team defeated Cupertino 12-8 and Milpitas 16-8 to finish the season with an 11-10 record. The boys host Fremont on Tuesday to begin the SCVAL Tournament.
The girls volleyball team fell to Notre Dame Belmont 0-3 before defeating Notre Dame San Jose 3-0 on Senior Night last week. The Eagles finish up their regular season at Castilleja on Tuesday before beginning CCS play this weekend.
The football team fell to Stevenson 20-46 on Senior Night and will travel to El Molino on Friday to wrap up the season.