Boys Water Polo
The boys varsity water polo team continues to dominate the Santa Clara Valley El Camino league as it picked up back-to-back 20-4 victories over Cupertino and Milpitas last week. The Eagles travel to Lynbrook this Thursday to try to avenge their only league loss of the season, followed by the Ron Freeman Memorial Tournament over the weekend.
The girls varsity golf team picked up two big league wins last week, defeating Notre Dame-Belmont and Mercy Burlingame. At 8-2, the Eagles sit just one game behind first place Menlo in the WBAL standings. This week, the ladies take on Sacred Heart Prep on Tuesday and Castilleja on Wednesday, before league championships begin next week.
Last week, the girls tennis team dropped a tough 6-1 match to Menlo. Bringing home the only victory of the day was Rachel Broweleit, grade 9, playing No. 1 singles. Later in the week, the Eagles took down Crystal Springs 5-2 behind big performances from Broweleit, Srivani Vegesna, grade 9, Amanda Cheung, grade 9, and the duo of Connie Miao, grade 12, and Kathleen Cheng, grade 11. The Eagles face off with Castilleja on Tuesday.
The Eagles traveled to Modesto last Friday and came away with a huge 41-0 win over Big Valley Christian. Aaron Smith, grade 10, scored two touchdowns in his first varsity game. Anthony Contreras, grade 11, continued his impressive season as he scored on an interception return and a kickoff return. Nate Kelly, grade 11, and Will Park, grade 12, each scored as well. The Eagles face off with St. Francis-Watsonville this Friday at 7 p.m. on Davis Field for Teacher Appreciation Night.
The girls varsity volleyball team dropped two league matches last week. The Eagles fell to Menlo and Sacred Heart Prep, both in three sets. The Eagles host Mercy San Francisco on Tuesday and will compete in the Notre Dame Belmont tournament this weekend.
Girls Water Polo
Last week, the girls water polo fell to Wilcox High 11-8, but Meghana Karinthi, grade 11, scored four goals in the loss. Later in the week, the Eagles put together a great team effort to defeat Milpitas 17-1. This week, the Eagles travel to Homestead on Tuesday and Lynbrook on Thursday before starting the SCVAL Tournament next week.
The cross country team travels to Baylands Park this Thursday to compete at the second WBAL meet of the year. The Eagles are off next week, then compete in the league championships in early November.