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Parker Sports Wrap for Jan. 19-23

Girls Soccer

Our soccer team had a win and a tie last week.  In the Lancers victory over Horizon, on Tuesday, January 20, freshman, Rebecca Siegler led the way with two goals and one assist.  Claire Nussbaum also scorched the net for two goals.  Tara Naficy had one goal and an assist.  Indiana Yaley and Taylor Salmons each scored one goal.  Soren Hansen recorded her second shutout of the season in the win over the Panthers. 

On Friday, the Lancers tied Pacific Ridge 2-2.  Two, second half goals were scored by Amy Brown and Erin ShivesSoren Hansen made two saves in goal for the Lancers.

The Lancers will be back in action on Wednesday, January 28, against LJCD, on Lauer Field.  Game time is 4:30pm.

Boys Soccer

Our soccer team improved their overall record to 7-2-4 overall with their 3-1 victory over Pacific Ridge on Friday, January 23.  Kevin Rodin and Collin Scott both had one goal and one assist.  Alfonso Morero scored the other goal off of an assist from Braden Salvati.  With the victory the Lancers are 3-0-1 and tied for first in the Coastal League.

The Lancers will play LJCD on Lauer Field at 6:30pm on Wednesday, January 28.  Game time is 6:30pm.

Girls Basketball

Our girls recorded two big league wins last week.  On Tuesday, January 20, the Lancers pounded out a 67-27 victory over Foothills Christian.  Meredith Wiggins finished with 18 points and 5 steals.  Giselle Alota had 17 points, 6 steals, and 4 assists.  Senior, Annika Meurer had 13 points and a team leading 5 assists.  Ysa Sawaya and Bianna Sanchez each finished with 7 rebounds.

On Friday, January 23 the Lancers travelled to Tri-City Christian where they defeated the Eagles 40-33.  Annika Meurer led all scorers with 24 points and she had 6 rebounds.  Giselle Alota chipped in 11 points and had 8 steals.  Freshman, Sophie Rogers had 7 rebounds to lead the team.  The Lancers will be back on Hillgren Court, Friday, January 30 when they take on King Chavez.  Game time is 6:00pm.

Boys Basketball

The Lancers are now 12-5 overall and 3-2 in Coastal League play.  On Monday, January 19 as part of Martin Luther King Day festivities at Torrey Pines High, the Lancers defeated #5 ranked St. Augustine 65-55. Andrew Cross led the well-balanced attack with 15 points.  Michael Pelaiz finished with 14 points and 2 assists.  Khaleel Jenkins and Paulo Cruz each finished with 12 points.  Finally, Tim Harrison had 11 points and pulled-down a team high 10 rebounds. 

On Tuesday, the Lancers lost a fiercely contested game, 63-54, to Army-Navy.  Tim Harrison led the team in scoring with 18 points.  Khaleel Jenkins chipped in 11 points and had 5 rebounds.  Michael Pelaiz finished with 6 points and 6 assists.

Finally, on Friday the Lancers travelled to Bishop’s where they came out with a hard fought 40-31 victory over the Knights.  Michael Pelaiz was 8 for 8 at the foul line and finished with 12 points.  Tim Harrison had 11 points and 4 blocked shots.  Finally, Andrew Cross finished with 8 points and 6 rebounds.  The Lancers will travel to LJCD on Tuesday, January 27 for a 7:30pm game.

Posted by lfoote on Monday January 26
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Parker Sports Wrap for Jan. 12-16

Boys Basketball

Our basketball team improved their record to 10-4 with two big wins last week. On Tuesday, January 13, the Lancers rolled to a 64-41 victory over Monte Vista. The game was close at halftime, but Lancers outscored the Monarchs 20-7, to put the game out of reach. Paulo Cruz led the team with 20 points and 9 rebounds. Tim Harrison knocked down 12 points and pulled down 11 rebounds. Khaleel Jenkins also had 12 points and dished out 4 assists.

On Friday, the Lancers played one of their better games of the year defeating a good Santa Fe Christian team 69-42. Again they put the game out of reach outscoring the Eagles 40-19 in the second half. Paulo Cruz and Khaleel Jenkins each scored 16 points. Tim Harrison had 10 points and 6 rebounds. Michael Pelaiz ran the offense flawlessly, scoring 8 points and dishing out 3 assists.

The Lancers will be back in action on Tuesday, January 20 for a 7pm. matchup with #6 ranked Army-Navy on Hillgren Court.

Girls Basketball

Our basketball team lost a close game 35-32 to Madison on Tuesday, January 13. Annika Meurer led the Lancers with 15 points and 5 rebounds. Giselle Alota and Meredith Wiggins each chipped in 6 points. Freshman forwards, Jula Harrington and Sophie Rogers both pulled down 10 rebounds.

The Lancers will be on Hillgren Court, Tuesday, 1/20, to play Foothills Christian. Game time is 5:30pm.

Girls Soccer

Our soccer team lost two games last week. On Wednesday, the Lancers travelled to Bishops where they lost to the Knights 3-0. The Lancers were down 1-0 at the half and kept it close until late in the game when Bishops scored their final two goals. On Friday, the Lancers returned to Lauer Field where they lost 2-1 to Escondido Charter. The Lancers tied the game 1-1 on a goal by Amy Brown off of an assist from Anna Gamboa. The White Tigers scored the winning goal in the last couple minutes of the game.

The Lancers will return to Lauer Field on Friday, January 23, against Pacific Ridge. Game time is 5pm.

Boys Soccer

Our soccer team is 5-2-4 after their two games last week. On Tuesday, January 13 the Lancers travelled to Bishops and recorded a 0-0 tie. On Friday, the Lancers journeyed to Escondido Charter where they pounded out a 5-0 victory over the White Tigers. Braden Salvati and Cameron Bonilla each scored two goals for the Lancers. The other goal was scored by Collin Scott. Goalie James Foster registered his 7th shutout of the season.

The Lancers will travel to Pacific Ridge for a 3:30pm contest on Friday, January 23.

Posted by lfoote on Wednesday January 21
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Lancers boost hoops record to 8-4

Boys Basketball

Our No. 10-ranked team improved its record to 8-4 after three games last week.  On Tuesday, Jan. 6, the Lancers opened their Coastal League season by defeating Horizon Christian 51-47.  Andrew Cross and Tim Harrison each scored 14 points and pulled down 7 rebounds. 

On Friday, the Lancers lost 53-44 to No. 1-ranked Foothills Christian in front of a frenzied crowd on Hillgren Court.  Tim Harrison finished with 14 points and 13 rebounds.  Michael Pelaiz and Andrew Cross each had 11 points.  Khaleel Jenkins continued to be a beast on the boards with 10 rebounds.

On Saturday, the Lancers defeated Taft High, 61-60, in the San Diego vs. Los Angeles Hoops Challenge at Lincoln High.  Tim Harrison ended with 21 points and 11 rebounds.  Paulo Cruz chipped in 17 points and had 6 rebounds.  Andrew Cross also had 17 points and finished with 8 rebounds.

The Lancers will be on Hillgren Court for a nonleague game against Monte Vista at 7 pm Tuesday, Jan. 13.  They will play a crucial Coastal League game against Santa Fe Christian at 7:30 pm Friday, Jan. 16, on Hillgren Court.

Girls Basketball

Our team had no games last week.  They will play again Tuesday, Jan. 13, against Madison at 5:30 pm on Hillgren Court.

Girls Soccer

On Tuesday, Jan. 6, the Lancers lost to a very strong Cathedral Catholic team.  On the season, our leading goal scorer is Anna Gamboa with four goals.  Taylor Salmons and Amy Brown have each scored two goals.  Anna Gamboa also leads the team in assists with three.  Freshman Rebecca Siegler has two assists. 

The Lancers are at Bishop's on Tuesday, Jan. 13, and are back on Lauer Field on Friday, Jan. 16, against Escondido Charter. Game time is 6 pm.

Boys Soccer

Our boys are 5-2-3 after two games last week against Cathedral Catholic and St. Augustine.  On Monday, Jan. 5, the Lancers traveled to Cathedral, where they tied a strong Dons team 1-1.  The Lancer goal was scored by Eric Kanegaye on an assist from Collin Scott.  On Wednesday, the Lancers traveled to St. Augustine, where they tied the Saints 1-1.  The lone goal was scored by Alex Goskowicz

The Lancers travel to Bishop's on Tuesday, Jan. 13, for a pivotal early league game against the Knights.  Game time is 3:30 pm.

Posted by on Tuesday January 13 at 03:08PM
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Parker ranked 10th in county basketball

Boys Basketball

Our team is 6-3 and ranked  No. 10 in the county after eight games during the break.  The Lancers were 4-0 in the Grossmont Tournament with victories over Oceanside, Del Norte, Morse and University City.  After Christmas, the Lancers played in the American Division of the Torrey Pines Holiday Classic.  They opened with a hard-fought loss to Mayfair from Lakewood.  On Dec. 27, the Lancers had a 53-35 victory over Taft from Woodland Hills.  They lost a close game to Legacy Charter from Greenville, South Carolina, and closed out the tourney with a 54-52 loss to St Mary’s from Stockton.

After nine games, 6-8 forward, Tim Harrison leads the teams with 15.2 points per game and 6.6 rebounds per game.  Andrew Cross is averaging 11.2 ppg and 3.1 rpg.  Khaleel Jenkins is rounding into basketball shape, averaging 10.2 ppg and 7.8 rpg. Senior Paulo Cruz is scoring 10.3 points per game and Michael Pelaiz is averaging 5.9 assists per game.

The Lancers play their home league opener Friday, Jan. 9, on Hillgren Court against No. 1-ranked Foothills Christian.  Game time is 7:30 p.m.

Girls Basketball

The Lancers played in the Coronado Tournament over the holidays.  In their 55-53 loss to Hoover, Freshman Giselle Alota had 24 points and 3 steals.  After the first six games, she is the team's leading scorer, averaging 11.8 points per game.  Annika Meurer is averaging 10.7 points and 6.8 rebounds per game.  Meredith Wiggins is averaging 9.5 points and 2 steals per game.  Senior Ysa Sawaya is second on the team in rebounds with 6.2 per game.

The Lancers are back in action at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 13, against Madison on Hillgren Court.

Girls Soccer

Our team was busy, playing five games during the holidays.  They had a big 2-0 victory over Torrey Pines on Saturday, Dec. 27.  Taylor Salmons scored both Lancer goals and Tara Naficy had one assist.  Goalkeeper Soren Hansen had 10 saves on 10 shots to secure the shutout.  In the Lancers' 3-3 tie with St. Margaret's of San Juan Capistrano on Saturday, Jan. 3, Amy Brown, Tara Naficy and Anna Gamboa one goal apiece.  In addition, Anna had two assists.  Soren Hansen had 7 saves in goal.

The Lancers travel to Cathedral Catholic on Tuesday, Jan. 6, for a 4:30 p.m. game.

Boys Soccer

 Our team defeated Santa Fe Christian 7-0 in its Coastal League opener Friday, Dec. 19.  Alfonso Morera, Braden Salvati, Eric Kanegaye, Cameron Bonilla, Henry Diamond-Pott, Kian Bagheri and Matt Goff all had one goal in the victory.  James Foster had the shutout in goal for the Lancers.  The Lancers travel to St. Augustine for a 3 p.m. match Wednesday,  Jan. 7.

Posted by on Tuesday January 6 at 11:48AM
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Lancers make it to finals of Parker Cup

Boys Soccer

Our  team raised its overall record to 4-2 after three games last week.  On Monday, Dec. 8, the Lancers defeated Canyon Crest 2-0 in the semifinals of the Parker Cup.  Parker goals were scored by Kevin Rodin and Santiago MoreraEric Kanegaye had one assist.  On Wednesday, the Lancers lost to Grossmont 2-1 in a preseason game on Lauer Field.  Nick Valverde scored the lone goal for the squad.  Finally, on Saturday, Dec. 13, the Lancers lost to Otay Ranch in the finals of the Parker Cup.  

Parker will be back in action in its Coastal League opener on Friday, Dec. 19, at Santa Fe Christian.  Game time is 3:30 pm.

Girls Soccer

The Lancers played two more games in the Barons Tournament last week.  On Tuesday, Dec. 9, they defeated San Ysidro 2-1.  Anna Gamboa scored both of the Lancer goals and Soren Hansen made three saves in goal.  On Thursday, the Lancers traveled to Canyon Crest, where they lost 2-1 to the Ravens.  Corrin Hickman found the back of the net for the only Parker goal.  The assist on Corrin’s goal was made by Anna Gamboa.  The Lancers will be back in action on Lauer Field, Friday, Dec. 19, against Santa Fe Christian.

Girls Basketball

Our team had no games last week.  They play their first game in the Coronado Tournament on Friday, Dec. 19, against Coronado at 6:25 pm.  On Saturday, Dec. 20, the Lancers face Hilltop at 4:45 pm.  They will finish up their pool play in the Coronado Tournament against Hoover on Monday, Dec. 22.

Boys Basketball

Our team will be busy during the holidays.  They open the Grossmont Tournament on Wednesday, Dec. 17, at 4:30 pm. against Oceanside.  They battle Del Norte on Saturday, Dec. 20,  at 4:30 pm.  They continue Monday, Dec. 22, at 4:30 pm against Morse.  The Lancers finish the tournament on Tuesday, Dec. 23, against University City at 6 pm. The Lancers open the Torrey Pines Holiday Classic on Friday, Dec. 26, against Mayfair.  That game will be at La Costa Canyon at 12:40 pm.

Posted by on Tuesday December 16, 2014 at 12:54PM
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Girls 3-peat as state volleyball champs

Girls Volleyball

Our team won its third straight state championship on Saturday, Dec. 6, at Santiago Canyon College.  The Lancers defeated top-seeded Branson, the Northern California champion, which is 38-4 and ranked the No. 9 team in the state.  The Lancers jumped out to an early lead in games 1 and 2 and won each game 25-22.  Branson rallied to win game 3 25-15.  Parker won game 4 25-17 to claim its ninth state title in 11 appearances.

In the championship match, Sien Gallop and Grace Forren each had 18 kills to lead the Lancers.  Madeleine Casey continued her torrid hitting with 11 kills on 25 swings for a hitting percentage of .360.  Jona Plevin had 5 kills on 9 swings and 4 blocks.  Jenn Wineholt had 28 assists and 7 blocks.  Claire Nussbaum had 21 assists. Finally, Nicole Magbanua was outstanding with 21 digs and no missed serves.

The Lancers qualified for the state championship match by virtue of their exciting five-game victory over Bishop's in the Southern California Regional Championship match on Tuesday, Dec. 2.   Grace Forren led the well-balanced attack with 16 kills. Right behind her were Madeleine Casey with 15 kills and Sien Gallop with 14 kills. Sien also had 7 ace serves. Jenn Wineholt had 10 kills, 6 blocks, 30 assists and 14 digs. Nicole Magbanua was outstanding on defense with 28 digs. Finally, middle blockers Jona Plevin and Emily Purdon had 8 and 7 blocks, respectively.  Great job, Lancers!













Girls Soccer

Our defending Southern California Regional Championship team opened its season with a 1-1 tie with Vista in the opening round of the Bonita Vista Barons Tournament.  Parker’s goal was scored by Natalie SchmidtTara Naficy was chosen Athlete of the Game for her aggressive play and great defense.  Soren Hansen made 13 saves in goal for the Lancers.  The Lancers will be back in action on Thursday, Dec. 11, at Canyon Crest Academy.  Game time is 3:15 pm.

Boys Basketball

Our team opened its season with an 82-27 victory over Southwest.  The Lancers raced out to a 44-16 halftime lead and never looked back.  Five players finished in double figures, led by Tim Harrison with 20 points and 8 rebounds.  Michael Pelaiz finished with 14 points and 8 assists.  Paulo Cruz had 13 points, 5 rebounds and 4 assists.  Andrew Cross finished with 12 points and 6 assists.  After just a couple of weeks of practice, Khaleel Jenkins transitioned nicely from football with 10 points, 6 assists, and 6 rebounds.  Finally, Jonathan Taylor returned to the lineup after a long recovery period from an injury sustained last December.  He finished with 8 points and 3 steals in 10 minutes of play.

Boys Soccer

Our team went 3-0 in Parker Cup action last week to kick off its season.  On Wednesday, Dec. 3, the Lancers defeated King-Chavez Community 2-0.  Lancer goals were scored by Collin Scott and Matt Goff.  On Friday, Parker defeated Valhalla 2-0 with a goal scored by Eric Kanegaye and an own goal by the Norsemen.  Finally, the Lancers defeated Patrick Henry 2-1 in a hard-fought match on Saturday, Dec. 6.  Parker goals were scored by Santiago Morera and Braden Salvati.  The Lancers play in the Parker Cup championship match at 2:30 pm Saturday, Dec. 13, against Otay Ranch.

Girls Basketball

Our team tipped off its season with a 68-43 loss to Steele Canyon.  The Lancers stayed close for three quarters before the Cougars pulled away in the fourth quarter.  Freshman Giselle Alota led the team with 16 points, 4 rebounds and 3 assists.  Annika Meurer finished with 12 points and 8 rebounds.  Meredith Wiggins had 10 points.  The Lancers will be back in action Friday, Dec. 19, against Coronado.  Game time is 6:25 pm.

Posted by on Thursday December 11, 2014 at 10:39AM
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Lancers playing for state volleyball title

Girls Volleyball

On Tuesday, Dec. 2, the Lancers defeated Bishop's 3-2 in an exciting, well-played match to win the Southern California Division V Regional Championship.  With the victory, the Lancers advance to the California Div. V State Championship against Northern California champion Branson (38-3).

The match will be played at 10 am Saturday, Dec. 6, at Santiago Canyon College in Orange.  The match will also be live-streamed by Time Warner at www.twccommunity.com

 In the Lancers' big victory over Bishop's, Grace Forren led the well-balanced attack with 16 kills.  Right behind her were Madeleine Casey with 15 kills and Sien Gallop with 14 kills.  Sien also had 7 ace serves.  Jenn Wineholt had 10 kills, 6 blocks, 30 assists and 14 digs.  Nicole Magbanua was outstanding on defense with 28 digs.  Finally, middle blockers Jona Plevin and Emily Purdon had 8 and 7 blocks, respectively.

Posted by on Friday December 5, 2014 at 08:33AM
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Girls take 4th in state cross country race

Cross Country

Our teams competed in the CIF State Championships on Saturday, Nov.  29,  in Fresno.  The girls team came in fourth place in Division V in the state.  Brooke Trossen finished in 10th to lead the Lancers with a time of 19:12 over the 5000-meter course.  Sophia Gamboa and Alicia Oswald both finished in the top 40.  Frannie Lang, Avi Waldman, Emma Moore and Charlotte Schmidt all contributed to our team’s effort.

Our boys finished in 15th place in D5 in the state.  Max Baez was the first Lancer across the line in a time of 17:25 over the 5000-meter course.  Right behind him was Grayson Lang in a time of 17:35.  Also competing for the Lancers were Ben Baranski, Spencer Collins, Brian Gale, Ted Sullivan and Nick Valverde.

Girls Volleyball

Our team improved its overall record to 27-8 with two victories last week in the CIF State Volleyball Championships.  On Tuesday, the Lancers rolled to a 3-0 victory over Vaughn High, the Los Angeles D5 champions.  Maggie Oswald led the way offensively with 9 kills and Madeleine Casey had 7 kills.  Freshman Beatrix Thomas had 6 kills and was solid in serve receive.  Setter Claire Nussbaum had 20 assists and 7 ace serves.  Jona Plevin had 8 ace serves and 4 kills.  Finally, Emily Purdon had 5 kills and 2 blocks. 

With the victory, the Lancers advanced to the regional semifinals, where they defeated Santa Clarita Christian 3-0.  Madeleine Casey had 12 kills and Jona Plevin finished with 7 kills. Sien Gallop had 11 kills and 8 ace serves.  Setter Jenn Wineholt had 27 assists, 4 kills and 2 blocks.  Nicole Magbanua had 7 digs and 4 aces.

The Lancers will be back in action Tuesday, Dec. 2, at Bishop's in the Southern California Regional Championship game.  Game time is 7 pm.

Posted by on Monday December 1, 2014 at 01:34PM
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Girls win CIF XC title; boys 2nd in county

Cross Country

Our teams competed in the CIF Division V Championships on Saturday, Nov. 21, on a beautiful day at Morley Field.  Our girls team was clearly the class of the field and easily won the championship.  Brooke Trossen was first across the line in a time of 17:02 over the 2.95-mile course.  Finishing third was Ali Oswald in a time of 18:09. Right behind her in fifth was Sophia GamboaAvi Waldman finished in ninth and Frannie Lang came in 12th out of 99 runners.  Also finishing in the top 20 were Charlotte Schmidt and Emma Moore.

In the boys race, the Lancers came in second place behind LJCD out of 15 teams.  Max Baez  came in seventh in a time of 17:52 over the 3.05-mile course.  Also finishing in the top 10 was Grayson Lang, who came in ninth.  Spencer Collins, Brian Gale and Ben Baranski all finished in the top 20 out of 132 runners.  Also contributing for the Lancers were Ted Sullivan and Nick Valverde.

Both our boys and girls teams qualified for the state cross country championships that will be run Saturday, Nov. 29, in Fresno.  Go Lancers!

Girls Volleyball

Our volleyball team lost in the CIF Open division semifinals to eventual champion Torrey Pines on Tuesday, Nov. 18.  Sien Gallop led the team with 9 kills and 3 ace serves.  Jenn Wineholt led the squad with 15 assists and Nicole Magbanua had 8 digs.

On Tuesday, Nov. 25, the Lancers opened the first round of the State CIF D5 championships with a three-game sweep of Vaughn High, the CIF Los Angeles Div. V5 champion.  Maggie Oswald finished with 9 kills to lead the team.  Madeleine Casey had 7 kills and Beatrix Thomas had 6 kills.  Jona Plevin had 8 ace serves and 4 kills.  Claire Nussbaum had 20 assists and 7 aces.  Emily Purdon had 5 kills and 2 blocks.

The Lancers will be back in action Saturday, Nov. 29, against Santa Clarita Christian in the Southern California Regional semifinals.  The match will be on Hillgren Court beginning at 7 pm.

Surf Team

On Sunday, Nov. 23, our surf team competed in their second contest in the Scholastic Surf Series at San Fernando Place on Mission Beach.  Four Lancers qualified for the finals.  Jen Irving finished in third place in the women’s long board and fourth in the short board.  Kelly Irving finished in sixth in the long board.  On the boys side, Ryan Irving won the long board and Ryan Frazee finished second in the long board.

Posted by on Wednesday November 26, 2014 at 06:03PM
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Girls show grit, heart in tennis finale

Girls Tennis

The season finished with CIF Individuals last week. In the singles draw, Samantha Clarke battled and lost in a tough first-round match 6-3, 7-5, nearly mounting an impressive comeback.  Avi Anklesaria played a high level match to win her first round and continued to play well, losing to a very strong opponent from OLP in her second match.  In the doubles draw, the dynamic duo of Sharni Smith and Brenda Salome finished their long doubles career together in fine fashion, battling for over 2 1/2 hours, but falling just short of victory.  They played hard and, despite the loss, had a classic battle. A fine way to finish: with heart.  The talented 5th seeded team of Olia Javidi and Mati Thomas made it all the way to the quarterfinals, winning multiple matches handily.  They lost a close match to the eventual CIF championship team from Torrey Pines.  This finished a wonderful year. 

Cross Country

Our runners competed in the Coastal Conference meet Friday, Nov. 14, at Kit Carson Park in Escondido.  Our girls team took first, far ahead of the competition.  Brooke Trossen won the 5000-meter (3.1-mile) race by a large margin in a time of 19:11.  Finishing in 3rd in a field of 40 runners was Sophia GamboaAli Oswald, Avi Waldman and Frannie Lang all finished in the top seven. 

In the boys race, the Lancers came in second place behind LJCD.  Max Baez was our first runner across the line taking fourth.  Grayson Lang was 7th and Ben Baranski came in 10thSpencer Collins and Brian Gale also finished in scoring positions for the Lancers.

Our JV boys and girls teams also came in first place.  The Lancers will run in the CIF championships Saturday, Nov. 22, at Morley Field.  Our girls race at 11:10 am and the boys at 12:50 pm.  Good luck, Lancers!

Girls Volleyball

Our volleyball team got off to a good start in the CIF Open Division playoffs on Friday, Nov. 14, with an exciting five game victory over No. 5 ranked Scripps Ranch.  Grace Forren led the Lancers with 25 kills, 12 digs and 3 ace serves.  Sien Gallop had 17 kills, 14 digs and 4 ace serves.  Madeleine Casey had 13 kills.  Nicole Magbanua had 33 digs and was flawless at the service line.  Jenn Wineholt had 38 assists, 10 digs, and 6 kills.  Claire Nussbaum finished with 28 assists and 2 ace serves.  Finally, Jona Plevin had 5 kills and 4 ace serves.

With the win over the Falcons, the Lancers advance to the CIF Open Division semi-finals Tuesday, Nov. 18, at top-ranked Torrey Pines.  Game time is 7 pm.

Football

Our team opened the CIF DIII playoffs with a 41-21 victory over Monte Vista on Friday, Nov. 14.  Khaleel Jenkins completed 10 of 14 passes for 138 yards and 2 TDs.  In addition, he carried the ball 21 times for 139 yards and one TD.  Daven Horne had 16 carries for 75 yards, averaging 4.7 per carry.  Receiver Jordan Genmark-Heath had 4 catches for 88 yards and a TD. 

On defense, David Traganza and Robbie Giannella each had 10 tackles.  Daven Horne finished with 8 tackles and an interception.  Kevin Rodin had a fumble recovery. 

With the victory, the Lancers will travel to Hoover High on Friday, Nov. 21, where they will play the No. 1-seeded Hoover Cardinals.  Game time is 7 pm.

Posted by on Tuesday November 18, 2014 at 10:38AM
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