The girls basketball team became champions of the Pescadero Tournament as it went 3-0 and outscored its opponents 165-60 over the weekend. In their opening round game, the girls defeated Averroes High 67-5 with Prameela Kottapalli, grade 12, Sara Sullivan, grade 11, and Maria Vazhaeparambil, grade 10, each scoring 9 points. Next, the Eagles took down Mendocino 53-19 led by 11 points from Akhila Ramgiri, grade 12. In the championship game, Ramgiri scored 12 points as the Eagles defeated Pacific Bay Christian 45-36. Ramgiri also was selected to the all-tournament team. The girls begin the Santa Clara Tournament this Wednesday.
Over the weekend, the boys basketball team went 2-1 at the James Lick Tournament losing in the championship game in overtime. The Eagles started the tournament with a 69-31 win over San Jose High with Richard Wang, grade 12, and Jarrett Anderson, grade 12, each scoring 12 points. The boys then took care of Fremont High 54-28 led by 13 points from Jack Connors, grade 11. Finally, the Eagles fell to Wilcox 60-63 in OT with Anderson and Connors leading the way with 15 points each. The Eagles begin the Lynbrook Tournament this Thursday.
Last week, the girls soccer team opened their season with a 1-1 tie against The King’s Academy and a 5-0 win over Independence. This week, the Eagles host San Mateo on Tuesday and travel to Wilcox on Thursday.
The boys soccer team began its season with a 2-4 loss to South San Francisco last week, but rebounded with a 4-2 win over San Mateo later in the week. On Wednesday, the boys travel to Saratoga.
The wrestling team travels to the Los Gatos Tournament in early January to open its season.