The lacrosse team had a historic week as it defeated Aragon 10-6 and Sacred Heart Cathedral 9-4 to complete a 9-0 league season (14-2 overall) to earn the first lacrosse league championship in school history. The Eagles host the first round of the WBAL-Skyline Tournament this Tuesday at 5 p.m. against Mercy-Burlingame.
The boys volleyball team fell to Homestead 0-3 last week on Senior Night, but bounced back to defeat Los Gatos 3-0 later in the week. After an impressive 21-5 season, the Eagles earned the No. 3 seed in the CCS D3 playoffs and will square off with Sacred Heart Cathedral Tuesday at 7 p.m. at home.
Track and Field
At the WBAL prelims over the weekend, the track and field team recorded 36 personal bests and four new school records. Kismet Singh, grade 10, set new school records in the 100-meter and 300-meter hurdles; Grace Koonmen, grade 12, broke her own school record in the long jump; and Tiffany Shou, grade 12, broke her own school record in the discuss by 5 feet. Eleven boys and nine girls advanced to the league championship meet this Friday at Palo Alto High.
After earning a first round bye in the CCS team brackets, the Harker tennis team lost to Mitty 1-6 in the second round of the playoffs. Congratulations on a fine season! David Wen, grade 12, begins his individual CCS journey on May 15. Good luck David!
The Harker swim team competed at, and had one of its best, WBAL league finals in recent memory. The boys team finished second in league, while the girls finished third. Among the highlights, Vivian Wang, grade 12, won the 50 free and the 100 backstroke, breaking both school records; Ethan Hu, grade 10, won the 200 individual medley and the 100 butterfly, in which he set the school record; Jason Kwok, grade 9, took the 100 breaststroke; the 400 free relay team of Angela Li, grade 11, Alyssa Huang, grade 10, Taylor Kohlmann, grade 12, and Wang, took third place; the boys medley relay team of Rhys Edwards, grade 9, Kwok, Alex Yu, grade 11, and Andrew Lu, grade 9, placed second; the 200 free relay team of Matthew Chung, grade 9, Edwards, Yannick Bohbot-Dridi, grade 12, and Hu also took second; and the 400 free relay team of Chung, Yu, Bohbot-Dridi and Hu also took second. CCS begins this Friday at the Santa Clara International Swim Center.
The boys golf team defeated Nueva 188-270 early last week to clinch its fifth consecutive league championship. Later in the week, at the WBAL Tournament, the boys took second with Daulet Tuleubayev, grade 12, and Jaimin Bhagat, grade 10, taking co-medalist with Menlo’s Max Ting as all three shot a 1-under-par 71. The Eagles head down to Laguna Seca Golf Ranch to compete at the CCS Regionals on Tuesday.
The baseball team went 1-2 last week as it lost 3-6 to Mills, defeated Crystal Springs Uplands 6-1 and lost to Silver Creek 1-13. This week, the Eagles travel to Jefferson on Wednesday before hosting Westmoor for the final game of the season on Thursday for Senior Day.
The softball team dropped three games last week as it fell 1-11 to Notre Dame Belmont, 4-7 to Castilleja and 9-10 to Cupertino in eight innings. The girls finish up their season at Pinewood on Tuesday.