Congrats to Anna Weirich, grade 11, who had a great showing at the state cross country finals over the weekend, finishing 19th out of the top 212 D4 girls runners in California.
The boys basketball team went 2-1 on its road trip to Hawaii over the break. The Eagles started the week with a win over Seabury Hall 55-49 with Jack Connors, grade 12, leading the way with 15 points. Then the boys dropped a 51-53 matchup with King Kekaulike as Arjun Virmani, grade 11, led the scoring with 17 points, adding seven rebounds and four steals. The Eagles finished their trip with a 61-42 win over Maui High with Connors and Virmani each scoring 14 points. Prep2Prep had a short write-up on the trip: http://www.prep2prep.com/feature.aspx?ArticleID=28600. The boys begin competing at the James Lick Tournament on Wednesday.
The girls basketball team dropped all three games during its trip to Maui last week. In their first contest, the Eagles were defeated by Seabury Hall 26-70 with Gianna Chan, grade 10, and Sara Sullivan, grade 12, each scoring six points. The girls then fell to King Kekaulike 32-56 as Maria Vazhaeparambil, grade 11, led the scoring with seven points. In their final game against Maui High, the girls were defeated 24-67. The Eagles are back in action on Dec. 11 as they host Pioneer.
The boys soccer team opened its season with a 3-2 win over Saratoga last week. The Eagles travel to Monta Vista on Tuesday before hosting Santa Clara on Thursday.
The girls soccer season opener was postponed last week, so the Eagles will make their 2019-20 debut on Wednesday as they host Harbor, followed by a trip to Independence on Friday.