Girls Water Polo
The girls water polo team dropped a 7-14 match against Wilcox last week. Abigail Wisdom, grade 11, scored two goals, with Meghana Karinthi, grade 12, Claudia Opris, grade 11, Samantha Yanovsky, grade 11, Cas Ruedy, grade 10, and Anika Tiwari, grade 10, each adding a goal. Later in the week, the Eagles defeated Milpitas 12-3 with Wisdom scoring four goals, Anna Arnaudova, grade 9, adding two goals and Karinthi, Ruedy, Yanovsky, Alicia Xu, grade 10, Sumi Wadhwa, grade 12, and Elizabeth Fields, grade 9, each scoring one goal. This week, the girls travel to Lynbrook on Tuesday and Cupertino on Thursday.
The girls golf team kept on rolling last week as it picked up a 278-204 win over Notre Dame San Jose, a 192-186 win over defending league camp Menlo and a 237-205 win over Notre Dame Belmont. Natalie Vo, grade 9, won medalist honors with a 37 against Notre Dame and Katherine Zhu, grade 12, earned her second medalist honors of the season with an even par 34 against Menlo, followed by her third medalist honors of the year with an even par 35 against Belmont. Harker and Menlo are now tied atop the WBAL standing with 6-1 records. This week, the Eagles host Mercy Burlingame on Tuesday.
The football team improved to 6-0 after defeating Marina High last Friday 30-0. Aaron Smith, grade 11, rushed for 173 yards and four TDs to lead the offense. On the defensive side, Jadan McDermott, grade 12, had 11 tackles and four sacks, with Jalen Clark, grade 12, adding three sacks. The Eagles have outscored their opponents 247-19 this season! The boys host Tamalpais this Friday at Davis Field at 7 p.m.
The girls tennis team picked up a 6-1 win over Pinewood last week before falling to Sacred Heart Prep 1-6 later in the week. This week, the Eagles host Evergreen Valley on Tuesday and Menlo on Thursday.
Boys Water Polo
Last week, the boys water polo team was defeated by Los Altos 15-5 and 13-7 by Gunn High. This week, the boys travel to Lynbrook on Tuesday and Homestead on Thursday.
The girls volleyball team fell to Notre Dame Belmont in four games early last week and then lost a heartbreaking five-game match to Mercy San Francisco later in the week. In the loss to ND Belmont, Lauren Napier, grade 12, led the Eagles with 12 kills. Emily Cheng, grade 10, led the offense with 12 kills and Megan Cardosi, grade 12, added 11 kills in the loss to Mercy. This week, the Eagles host Menlo on Thursday.
This Thursday the Harker cross country team travels to Crystal Springs Cross Country Park to compete in WBAL Meet No. 1.