Girls Golf shoots Harker’s best ever league championship score beating Castilleja by one stroke to place 2nd behind Menlo and to qualify for CCS which is next Tuesday in Carmel. Katherine Zhu won her 3rd consecutive league individual title with a 2-under par 69. Freshman Katelyn Vo shot her career best 2-over, and Vienna Wang, Larissa Tyagi, and Alisa Su had their career bests with 81, 86, 90 respectively.
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The boys earned a co-league championship and a CCS berth for the first time in the program's history.
Girls golf placed 9th at the CCS Tournament in Carmel yesterday to end their successful season. The girls placed 3rd in the WBAL and qualified for CCS as a team following their strong performance at the WBAL Tournament.
At the WBAL Girls Tennis Qualifier yesterday freshman Rachel Browleit had the privilege of competing against the #1 player in the state & top 5 in the nation, Sara Choy, in the semi-finals. She competed well, but finished 4th in the WBAL tournament after then losing to a senior from Castilleja.The Doubles team of Lizzy Schick & Gina Partridge defeated the #2 seeded team from Sacred Heart in a 3-set battle (3-6, 6-2, 6-3) to make it to the WBAL Finals. They battled hard but lost to the undefeated #1 Menlo doubles team 5-7, 2-6 and placed 2nd in the tournament.
Congratulations to our Boys Water Polo team on their historic run. The boys lost to Half Moon Bay last night in the 1st round of the CCS Tournament at Serra High. The team ended their season with a 19-8 overall record (program best), a co-league championship, and a CCS playoff appearance which are Harker firsts. The JV team also earned a co-league championship. Great season boys and coaches!!
Please congratulate Senior Niki Iyer on her 3rd WBAL individual cross country championship. Niki blistered the field with a 17:36 at Crystal Springs yesterday as she gears up for the CCS meet on the same course next Saturday. Also, Sophomore Lilia Gonzales qualified for CCS with her at-large time. The whole cross country program had a great season and lets wish Niki and Lilia well as they continue to compete.
Senior Niki Iyer finished 3rd in the CCS cross country finals, despite a nagging leg injury, earning her 4th trip to the state cross country championships in two weeks. Sophomore Lilia Gonzales ran in her 2nd CCS Championship with her best time on the Crystal Springs course.
Doubles team of Lizzy Schick and Gina Partridge lost to the team from Mitty in the first round 6-2, 6-2.