The girls golf team picked up two big wins last week. The Eagles started the week with a 60-stroke win over Mercy Burlingame. Later in the week, the girls defeated The King’s Academy by 103 strokes with Katelyn Vo, grade 10, leading the way with a 36, followed closely by Natalie Vo, grade 9, with a 37. This week, the Eagles take on Castilleja on Monday.
The Eagle football team continues to roll as it traveled to Healdsburg and handed the Greyhounds a 48-0 thrashing. Nate Kelly, grade 12, threw for 220 yards and four touchdowns; Aaron Smith, grade 11, rushed for 91 yards and a score, with Angel Cervantes, grade 12, also rushing for a score; Floyd Gordon, grade 12, and Jared Anderson, grade 11, each caught a touchdown pass, with Anthony Contreras, grade 12, catching two TDs and adding another on a pick six; and once again the Eagle D came up huge, this time, with Jalen Clark, grade 12, leading the Eagles with nine tackles, and Nemo Yang, grade 11, and Mitch Kole, grade 12, adding sacks. This Saturday, the boys take on Rio Vista for Homecoming. Not able to make it? Check out the live stream here: https://thecube.com/event/745387
Over the weekend, the cross country team traveled to Salinas to compete in the Early Bird Invitational at Toro Regional Park. Peter Connors, grade 12, Gloria Guo, grade 12, Lilia Gonzales, grade 11, Mihir Sharma, grade 10, Delaney Logue, grade 10, Aditya Singhvi, grade 9, and Anna Weirich, grade 9, led their respective classes. This Saturday, the Eagles travel to Stockton for the Pacific Invitational.
Last week, the girls volleyball team dropped a match to Sacred Heart Prep in three games. Lauren Napier, grade 12, led the Eagles with six kills and Emily Cheng, grade 10, added five kills. This week, the girls take on Notre Dame San Jose on Tuesday and Mercy Burlingame on Thursday, both at home.
Girls Water Polo
Last week, the girls water polo team defeated Lynbrook 5-4 behind three goals from Abby Wisdom, grade 11. Later in the week, Harker defeated Cupertino 12-3 with Wisdom once again leading the way, this time with four goals. Alicia Xu, grade 10, added two goals and three assists. This week, the Eagles travel to Fremont on Tuesday and host Monta Vista on Thursday.
Boys Water Polo
The boys water polo team picked up a 9-8 win over Lynbrook early last week before falling to Homestead 13-8 later in the week. Up next for the Eagles is a trip to Palo Alto on Tuesday and a home match with Monta Vista on Thursday.
The girls tennis team opens up league play on Tuesday as it faces off with Crystal Springs Uplands. Then on Thursday, the Eagles take on Castilleja.