The girls basketball team improved to 12-7 on the year as it picked up two big league wins last week. The girls started the week with a tight 44-40 win over Mercy Burlingame on Senior Night. Akhila Ramgiri, grade 12, led the way with 19 points, with Maria Vazhaeparambil, grade 10, adding 16 points. Later in the week, the Eagles took care of Crystal Springs Uplands 53-15. The Eagles travel to Castilleja on Tuesday and The King’s Academy on Friday.
The boys basketball team went 2-1 last week to up its record to 10-11 on the year. The boys started the week with a 62-49 win over Crystal Springs Uplands led by 18 points from Giovanni Rofa, grade 11, and an impressive 13-point, 12-rebound game from Jack Connors, grade 11. Later in the week, the Eagles defeated Woodside Priory 46-39 in overtime with Connors leading the way with 14 points. Finally, over the weekend, the boys fell to Eastside College Prep 34-61 with Rofa leading the offense with 7 points. This week, the Eagles are on the road with a Tuesday matchup at Menlo followed by a Thursday game at The King’s Academy.
The girls soccer team opened last week with a 3-0 win over Eastside College Prep, but then dropped a 0-4 matchup with Notre Dame San Jose and a 0-1 match with Crystal Springs Uplands. The 8-6-3 Eagles currently sit in third place in the WBAL Skyline Division and look to make a push for the postseason as they take on Mercy SF Tuesday at Davis Field.
Last week, the boys soccer team defeated The King’s Academy 5-0 and Woodside Priory 5-2 to improve to 11-3 on the year. The Eagles currently sit in third place in the WBAL, and are within two games of the two teams in front of them in the standings. This week, the boys travel to Crystal Springs Uplands on Tuesday and host Eastside College Prep on Thursday.
The Harker wrestling team takes to the mat again as it competes at the SCVAL Championships beginning on Friday.