Last week, the boys golf team finished sixth out of 16 teams at the Aptos Invitational, before defeating Sacred Heart Prep 185-175 on Senior Day with Daulet Tuleubayev, grade 12, leading the way with a 4-under-par 30. The Eagles face off with Nueva on Monday, with a chance to capture the team’s fifth consecutive league championship. Then, on Tuesday, the boys compete at the WBAL Tournament at Coyote Creek.
The lacrosse team improved to 12-2 on the year with a 16-4 win over Notre Dame Belmont and a 15-6 win over Mercy Burlingame last week. Tuesday is Senior Day against Aragon, followed by the regular season finale at Sacred Heart Cathedral on Friday.
The 20-4 boys volleyball team continues to play at a very high level as it defeated Homestead 3-1 before suffering a tough five game loss to rival Monta Vista. The boys finish up the regular season with Senior Night on Wednesday against Homestead, before traveling to Los Gatos on Friday.
The boys tennis team finished the WBAL season with an impressive 12-2 record before entering the WBAL Championship. David Wen, grade 12, and the team of Randy Zhao and Neil Bai, both grade 12, went through the tournament without dropping a set before falling in the championship match. Seeding is today to determine where Harker starts it CCS journey on Wednesday.
Last week was Senior Day for the swim team as it faced off with The King’s Academy. The 200 medley relay teams went first and second; girls and boys went first and second in 200 free; boys went second and third in the 200 IM; boys went one-two-three in the 100 fly; and boys went first and second in the 500 free and first in the 400 free relay. The swim team takes o the pool on Friday for the WBAL trials and the finals on Saturday.
Track and Field
Last week, the Eagles competed at the final WBAL meet of the year. There were 22 personal bests as a team on the day, including Anna Weirich, grade 9, in the 400-meter and 800, and Tiffany Shou, grade 12, setting a new school record in the discus, beating the old mark by two feet. The Eagles compete at the WBAL trials at Palo Alto High on Saturday.
The baseball team went 1-2 last week, bringing its season record to 8-8. In a 9-13 loss to Del Mar, Max Lee, grade 10, had a homerun and four RBIs. The Eagles bounced back with an 11-2 win over Westmoor that saw Luke Wancewicz, grade 9, Tanay Kamat, grade 12, Matthew Kennedy, grade 12, and Levi Sutton, grade 9, each drive in two runs. Harker finished off the week with a 7-2 loss to Jefferson. This week, the Eagles host Mills for Senior Day on Tuesday, then travel to Crystal Springs Uplands on Thursday and Silver Creek on Saturday.
The softball team started off the week with a bang as it defeated Gunderson 7-6, with Kristin LeBlanc, grade 12, delivering three hits and two RBIs. The Eagles followed it up with an exciting 11-10 win over Crystal Springs Uplands in 10 innings. Anika Rajamani, grade 11, had three hits and four RBIs. However, the girls ended the week with a 13-1 loss to The King’s Academy. This week, the Eagles are at Notre Dame Belmont on Tuesday, before hosting Castilleja on Thursday and Cupertino on Friday for Senior Day.