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Girls run off with Coastal League debut

Cross Country

Our runners competed in their first Coastal League meet Thursday, Oct. 16, at the UCSD par course.  The varsity girls team ran away from the field with six runners finishing in the top eight spots.  Brooke Trossen was first across the line in a time of 19:46 over the 3-mile mile course.  Finishing in second and third place were Sophia Gamboa and Alicia OswaldFrannie Lang, Emma Moore, and Avi Waldman took sixth, seventh and eighth,  respectively. 

On the boys side, our JV team swept the first seven places in a race of 45 runners.  The varsity boys were paced by Grayson Lang, who finished in 17:44.  Returning to action after a nagging injury was Max Baez, who finished in 18:10.  Also finishing in the top 20 spots were Brian Gale, Ben Baranski and Eric Kanegaye.  The Lancers will be running at the prestigious Mt. SAC Invitational on Friday, Oct. 24.

Girls Volleyball

Last Wednesday, Oct. 15, the No. 3-ranked Lancers traveled to No. 2-ranked Bishop's and lost an intense match 3 games to 1.  Grace Forren led the Lancers with 15 kills and a .343 hitting percentage.  Sien Gallop had 8 kills and 4 ace serves.  Madedeine Casey finished with 6 kills.  Setter Jenn Wineholt had 33 assists and 10 digs.  Nicole Magbanua led the team with 13 digs and passed 2.0 in serve receive.  The Lancers will be back in action Tuesday, Oct. 21, against a talented Santa Fe Christian team on Hillgren Court.

Girls Golf

On Tuesday, Oct. 14, the Lancers shot a solid team score of 296 against Horizon at Mission Trails.  Camryn Miyahira made a huge improvement on her personal best score, firing a 51 for nine holes.  Coming in right behind her were Snigdha Nandipati (52) and Courtney Kim (53).  Also competing for the squad were Nadia Carrillo, Yahs Esfahani and Danielle Valverde.

The Lancers will be in the Coastal League tournament Wednesday, Oct. 22, at Mission Trails Golf Course.

Football

On Saturday, Oct. 18, the Lancers rolled to a 45-16 homecoming victory over LJCD.  The Torreys put up a valiant fight but ultimately succumbed to the offensive and defensive onslaught put on by the Lancers.  Daven Horne carried the ball 8 times for 44 yards and 3 TDs.  Quarterback Khaleel Jenkins had 131 yards on 14 rushing attempts.  In addition, he completed 7 of 15 pass attempts for 131 yards and he returned a fumble 35 yards for a touchdown. 

On defense, David Traganza had 11 tackles and a fumble recovery.  Robbie Giannella continued his fine play with 8 tackles.  The Lancers have a bye this week and will be back in action Saturday, Nov. 1, against Bishop's at La Jolla High.  Game time is 7 pm.

Sand Volleyball

On Thursday, Oct. 16, the Lancers improved their record to 5-1 with a three-game sweep over Scripps Ranch at Ocean Beach.  Reece Salmons/Cameron Burnett, Derek Polk/Alec Chambers, and David Barrett/Adam Gordon all won their matches.  The Lancers begin play in the county playoffs against Cathedral on Thursday, Oct. 23, at Ocean Beach.

Girls Tennis

Our tennis team played two big matches last week.  On Tuesday, Oct. 14, the Lancers defeated Bishop's 12-6 at the San Diego Tennis Club to avenge an earlier loss.  The win set up a showdown Thursday with LJCD for the league title.  The Lancers played a great match, but it was not quite enough — losing 12-6 to the Torreys.

The Lancers were led by singles players Mati Thomas, Olia Javidi and Avi Anklesaria.  The doubles teams of Olivia Ghosh/Charlotte Thorson, Brenda Salome/Sharni Smith, and Samantha Clarke/Samhita Palakodeti were outstanding.

The Lancers are back in action Tuesday, Oct. 21, at Pacific Ridge.

Cheer and Dance

Congratulations to our outstanding cheer and dance teams, who collaborated to perform an amazing halftime show at the homecoming game.  Great job, Lancers!

 

Posted by kenstone on Tuesday October 21 at 01:12PM
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Busy week for tennis: 2-1 in matches

Girls Tennis

Our team played three matches last week.  On Tuesday, Oct. 7, the Lancers lost to LJCD.  Mati Thomas, Olia Javidi and Avi Anklesaria all won a set for the squad.  In doubles action, Samantha Clarke and Samhita Palakodeti won a set for the Lancers.

On Wednesday, the Lancers defeated Patrick Henry, 13-5.  In singles, Mati, Olia and Avi all won two of their three sets.  In doubles, Charlotte Thorson/Olivia Ghosh, and Brenda Salome/Sharni Smith each won two sets. Samantha and Samhita won their three sets (6-1, 6-2, 6-3).

The Lancers finished their busy week Thursday, with a 17-1 victory over Pacific Ridge.  Contributing in the big win were Ashna Aggarwal in singles and Mary Tobin/Uthera Vengrai in doubles. 

Girls Golf

Our team competed with Bishops on Tuesday, Oct. 7, at the La Jolla Country Club.  Low scorer for the Lancers was Snigdha Nandipati, who fired a 47 on the challenging course.  Courtney Kim and Sonia Aceves each carded their lowest score of the season.  Also contributing for the Lancers were Camryn Miyahira, Nadia Carrillo and Danielle Valverde. 

Football

The Lancers lost 27-7 to Santa Fe Christian on Friday, Oct. 10.  The Lancers were led by quarterback Khaleel Jenkins who completed 9 of 16 passes for 103 yards.  In addition, he had 19 carries for 83 yards and one TD.  Daven Horne returned to the lineup and carried the ball 7 times for 24 yards.  The leading receiver was Ryan Risse, who had 4 catches for 43 yards.

Defensively, Robbie Giannella led the Lancers with 11 tackles, two of them for a loss. Matt Wei and David Traganza each had 9 tackles.  Kicker Drew Schmid averaged 36.5 yards on his 4 punts.  The Lancers will be back in action Saturday, Oct. 18, in our homecoming game at 1 pm against LJCD.

Girls Volleyball

Our team is now 3-0 in Coastal League action after their 3-1 victory over Calvin Christian on Wednesday, Oct. 8.  Grace Forren, Madeleine Casey and Sien Gallop each had 13 kills to lead the team offensively.  Setter Jenn Wineholt had 44 assists and 7 ace serves.  Grace Forren had 14 digs, and libero Nicole Magbanua had 13 digs. 

Over the weekend, the No. 3-ranked Lancers were 2-2 at the California Challenge played at Alliant University and featured some of the top teams of California.  Grace Forren again led the team in kills with 26. Right behind her, with 24 kills, was Sien Gallop. Madeleine Casey had 16 kills.  Maggie Oswald (11 kills) and Beatrix Thomas (10 kills) also provided additional firepower for the Lancers.  Jenn Wineholt finished with 98 assists, 7 aces and 34 digs. Nicole Magbanua had 32 digs and was solid in serve receive. Sarah Reed also provided a nice spark at the service line and on defense for the Lancers.  The Lancers will play in a crucial Coastal League match-up Wednesday, Oct. 15 at Bishops.  Game time is 5:15pm

Sand Volleyball

Our team had a bye last week.  They are currently 4-1 and have a big match on Thursday, Oct. 16, against Scripps Ranch.  The season will conclude next week in the county championships.

Posted by kenstone on Wednesday October 15 at 02:41PM
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Ranked No. 2 in county, Lancers at 16-3

Girls Volleyball

Our team, currently ranked No. 2 in the county, improved its overall record to 16-3 with wins last week over Rancho Buena Vista and LJCD.  On Tuesday, Sept. 30, the Lancers defeated RBV (25-10, 25-13, 25-14).  Offensively, Grace Forren led the team with 12 kills and 5 ace serves.  Madeleine Casey had 6 kills and Maggie Oswald had 4 kills.  Jenn Wineholt had 26 assists and Sarah Reed had 4 digs.

On Friday, Oct. 3, the Lancers defeated LJCD in five exciting games.  Madeleine Casey ended up with 16 kills.  Sien Gallop had 14 kills and 12 digs.  Jenn Wineholt had 49 assists, 14 digs, 5.5 blocks and 4 ace serves.  Middle blockers  Jona Plevin and Emily Purdon each had 5 kills.  In addition, Emily had 4.5 blocks.  Finally, Nicole Magbanua led the team with 28 digs and was outstanding in serve receive.

The Lancers are back in action Wednesday, Nov. 8, against Calvin Christian at 5:15 pm on Hillgren Court.

Girls Golf

On Tuesday, Sept. 30, the Lancers played LJCD at Riverwalk Golf Course.  Snigdha Nandipati shot 45, her lowest score ever.  She had a birdie (3) on the sixth hole.  Nadia Carrillo had her lowest score of the year and did a great job getting out of a sand trap.  Camryn Miyahira continues to make steady improvement and got a par on the sixth hole.  Yahs Esfahani improved her lowest score of the year by nine strokes.  Danielle Valverde also contributed to the Lancers' effort.

Girls Tennis

Our team had a strong win against Point Loma on Tuesday, Sept. 30. The Pointers placed most of their talent into their doubles lineup, where they put up strong resistance against our competitive teams. Ultimately, the Lancers prevailed by dominating the singles and playing fierce doubles sets. The Lancers won 12-6. 

League play opened Thursday as rival Bishop's traveled to the San Diego Tennis and Racquet Club.  The Lancers played slightly nervous and tight at the start, getting down early, but surged back toward the end of the contest. Unfortunately, the Knights had too big a lead to surmount and the Lancers fell 10-8. Mati Thomas led the charge with three convincing victories, 6-1, 6-0 and 6-0 in singles play.  The Lancers are back in action Tuesday, Oct. 7, against LJCD.  

Sand Volleyball

Our team improved its overall record to 4-1 with a 3-0 victory over Point Loma.  Cameron Burnett/Reece Salmons, Derek Polk/Alec Chambers, David Barrett/Adam Gordon and Matt Zeko/Bryan Golemb all swept their matches.  The Lancers are back in action Thursday, Oct. 16, against Scripps Ranch in their last regular season match.

 

Posted by kenstone on Tuesday October 7 at 10:10AM
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Frosh-Soph boys take 4th at Rohr Park

Cross Country

The team traveled Friday, Sept. 26, to Rohr Park in Bonita for the South Bay Invitational.  Carson Cook helped lead our Frosh/Soph boys team to fourth place — finishing 20th out of 223 runners.  Our varsity boys were led by Grayson Lang, who completed the 5000-meter course in 17:32.  Brian Gale, Eric Kanegaye, Spencer Collins and Marc Tardieux all contributed for the Lancers.  Marc improved on his previous best 5K time by 90 seconds.  

Our varsity girls finished 10th out of 25 schools.  Ali Oswald took 15th out of 178 runners and improved her time by 43 seconds.  Right behind her was Sophia Gamboa, who improved her time by 51 seconds.  Also scoring for the Lancers were Avi Waldman, Charlotte Schmidt and Emma Steiner.

The Lancers compete Friday, Oct. 3, in the Saints Small Schools Invitational at Morley Field.

Girls Volleyball

The Lancers went 6-1 last week and improved their overall record to 14-3.  On Thursday, Sept. 25, the team defeated Tri-City Christian 25-17, 25-12, 25-6.  Sien Gallop led the Lancers in kills with 10.  Emily Purdon and Grace Forren each had 7 kills.  Grace also had 9 ace serves.  Nicole Magbanua led the team in digs with 11.  Jenn Wineholt had 28 assists.

On Friday, the Lancers won their first three matches in the Beach Cities Invitational with victories over Clairemont, Corona and Huntington Beach.  On Saturday, the Lancers advanced to the championship round, where they defeated Point Loma and Temecula Valley before falling in the semifinals to Vista Murrieta — the eventual tournament champion.  Grace Forren led the team with 51 kills and 7 ace serves.  Sien Gallop had 46 kills and 9 ace serves.  Jenn Wineholt had 136 assists and 32 digs.  Nicole Magbanua was stellar in serve receive and led the team in digs with 39.  Grace and Jenn were both chosen to the All-Tournament Team.

Football

On Friday, Sept. 26, the Lancers' record fell to 3-2 with a 42-13 loss to Valhalla.  The team fought gallantly before attrition and injuries took their toll.  Quarterback, Khaleel Jenkins threw for 96 yards and ran for 168 yards on the ground.  Matt Wei had 12 carries for 73 yards.  As a team, the Lancers ran the ball for 273 yards.  Kevin Rodin had 5 receptions for 65 yards.

On defense, David Traganza had 11 tackles, three of them for a loss.  Matt Wei had 9 tackles, one of them for a loss, in his best game of the year.  Mickey Miller had 6 tackles and was a force slowing down the Norsemen rushing attack.  Robbie Giannella and Seth Markow each had 5 tackles.

The Lancers will be back in action at 7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 3, on Lauer Field against Morse.

Girls Golf

On Monday, Sept. 22, the Lancers played Horizon on the Friars Course at Riverwalk.  Snigdha Nandipati was the low scorer for the Lancers for the sixth time this year.  Right behind her were Courtney Kim and Camryn MiyahiraSophia Carrillo had her best round of the year. 

Boys Sand Volleyball

Our team defeated St. Augustine 2-1 on Thursday, Sept. 25, at Ocean Beach.  Cameron Burnett/Reece Salmons and Grace Barrett/Adam Gordon both won their matches.  Other teams getting wins were Bryan Golemb/Matt Zeko and Daniel Jacobsen/Alex Considine.  The Lancers will be back in action Thursday, Oct. 2, against Point Loma at Ocean Beach.

Girls Tennis

The team played its most intense match of the season Wednesday, Sept. 24, against La Jolla High School.  Last year, the Lancers team lost to LJHS in a 10-8 contest and have been thirsting for another chance after dealing with that difficult loss.  The match went back and forth as expected, finishing in a tie 9-9.  After counting games, remarkably, the score was 75-75, a second tie. The third level used to determine a winner and loser after counting games turn to the doubles matches.  Francis Parker doubles teams won 5 sets, La Jolla 4.  This is the narrowest of margins and a full team victory.  Each game won was valuable.  The Lancers open Coastal League play Thursday, Oct. 2, against The Bishop's School.

 

Posted by kenstone on Tuesday September 30 at 11:49AM
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Lancers improve to 3-1 with victory

Football

The team improved its record to 3-1 with a 28-14 victory Friday, Sept. 19, over Santana.  Quarterback, Khaleel Jenkins threw for 128 yards and ran for 131 yards on 19 carries.  Running back Matt Wei had his best game of the year, carrying the ball 7 times for 46 yards and a TD.  Receiver Jordan Genmark-Heath had three catches for 104 yards and 2 touchdowns.

The Lancer defense was led by David Traganza, who had 16 tackles and 3 sacks. Kevin Rodin was all over the field and finished with15 tackles and one interception.  Finally, Robbie Giannella continued his fine play with 13 tackles and one sack.  The defense held the Sultans to 293 yards in total offense.

Parker will be back in action Friday, Sept. 26, against a very good Valhalla team at 7 pm on Lauer Field.  Go Lancers!

Volleyball

Our girls team traveled to Las Vegas and played in the prestigious Durango Invitational.  On Friday, Sept. 19. the Lancers went 2-1 — defeating Foothill and Clovis West.  Their lone loss was to prep power Mira Costa in a very close match.  On Saturday, the Lancers won all four of their matches.  They had victories over Long Beach Poly, Laguna Beach, Ponderosa (Colorado) and Edison. 

The Lancers were led by Madeleine Casey with 59 kills, 6 ace serves and a 96.3 serving percentage.  Junior outside hitter Sien Gallop finished the tournament with 58 kills, 4 ace serves and 43 digs.  Grace Forren had 46 kills, 9 ace serves and 30 digs.  Jenn Wineholt led the team with 154 assists, 18 blocks and 11 ace serves. Nicole Magbanua had 73 digs and 4 ace serves.  In addition, she did not miss one serve the whole tournament and was our top percentage passer.  Jona Plevin and Emily Purdon each provided a nice offensive punch out of the middle and were two of our top blockers. 

Cross Country

Our runners competed Saturday in the Mt Carmel Invitational on a beautiful day at Morley Field.  Parker had a great showing both as a team and as individuals.  Our freshman boys team finished sixth out of 18 teams.  The Lancers were represented by Carson Cook, Jeremy McCulloch, Tanner Penrose, Nick Scudder and Zach Hall.

Brooke Trossen came in second in her race out of 173 runners in a time of 16:25 over the 2.75-mile course.  Ali Oswald came in 11th out of 135 runners in the senior girls race in a time of 17:47.  Freshmen Frannie Lang and Avi Waldman both medaled in the ninth-grade race.  Junior Emma Moore got off to a fast start and medaled in the junior race.

Grayson Lang ran the 2.95-mile course in a fine time of 17:39, a 23-second improvement over his time last year.  Freshman Carson Cook came in 15th in a field of 187 runners in the freshman race.  Finally, Brian Gale burst onto the scene in a big way with a time of 18:45, a four-minute improvement over last year.  The Lancers run this Friday, Sept. 26, in the South Bay Invitational at Rohr Park.

Golf

On Tuesday, Sept. 16, on a crazy weather day at Riverwalk Golf Course, the Lancers competed against The Bishop's School.  Snigdha Nandipati was the low scorer for the team.  Courtney Kim had the second-lowest score for the Lancers in her first match of the year.  Junior Sonia Aceves shot her personal best score on a day that saw the Lancers finish the day in a tunnel as a powerful storm blew over the course.  Extensive damage occurred at the driving range and our team could not drive out of the parking lot because a tree had fallen across the road.

Sand Volleyball

Our team defeated Coronado 3-0 on Thursday, Sept. 18, on another beautiful day at Ocean Beach.  Reece Salmons/Cameron Burnett, David Barrett/Adam Gordon, and Zach Thoene/Derek Polk all swept their matches.  Also winning two matches were seniors Daniel Jacobsen/Alex Considine and Matt Zeko/Alex Considine.  The freshman duo of Borna Nazari/Aries Zander continued their fine play.  The Lancers play the Saints on Thursday, Sept. 25 at OB.

Posted by kenstone on Tuesday September 23 at 04:33PM
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Lancers prevail in vball hit parade

Girls Volleyball

Our volleyball team evened its record at 1-1 with a  thrilling victory (18-25, 25-19, 10-25, 25-22, 15-11) over Scripps Ranch on Wednesday, Sept. 10.  Madeleine Casey and Sien Gallop led the Lancer hit parade with 12 kills apiece.  Grace Forren hammered home 9 kills and Jona Plevin had 8 kills.  Emily Purdon was a force at the net with 5.5 blocks.  Nicole Magbanua was outstanding in serve receive and led the team with 17 digs.  Setters Jenn Wineholt and Claire Nussbaum each had 25 assists. 

On Thursday, the Lancers will travel to Las Vegas and play in the prestigious Durango Volleyball Tournament against some of the top teams in the country.

Football

The Lancers improved their record to 2-1 with a 33-13 victory over Mater Dei on Friday, Sept. 12.  Offensively, quarterback Khaleel Jenkins threw for 73 yards and one TD.  In addition, he had 13 carries for 84 yards.  Jordan Genmark-Heath had 7 carries for 35 yards and 2 receptions for 62 yards.

On defense, David Traganza had 11 total tackles and Kevin Rodin had 10 tackles.  Right behind them was Matt Wei with 7 and Jordan Genmark-Heath with 6, including one for a loss.  Christian Sourapas had two interceptions, one a pick six that sealed the victory in the fourth quarter for the Lancers.  The Lancers will "heat it up" on Lauer Field this Friday, Sept. 19, against the Santana Sultans.  Game time is 7 pm.

Girls Golf

The Lancers competed with The Bishop's School on Monday, Sept. 8, at Riverwalk Golf Course.  Snigdha Nandipati shot her lowest score of the year to lead the Lancers.  Right behind her was Courtney KimCamryn Miyahara and Yahs Esfahani both played in their first varsity match.  The Lancers will be back in action Tuesday, Sept. 16, at Riverwalk against Classical Academy.

Girls Tennis

The team had an outstanding week. On Tuesday, Sept. 9, the girls traveled to Cathedral Catholic High School, where the Lady Lancers dominated 15–3. Singles players Mati Thomas, Olia Javidi and Avi Anklesaria did not drop one set in the victory and the dynamic and fun-spirited senior duo of Brenda Salome and Sharni Smith followed suit, winning all three doubles matches. 

On Wednesday, the girls hosted Mater Dei and continued to excel through a comprehensive 15-3 victory.  To conclude a long and hot week, the girls faced Coronado.  In the closest match of the year, the girls persevered to win a close 11-7 contest.  Mati Thomas led the way with three convincing singles sets.  Coach Lewis is incredibly pleased with the results but more important, with the high energy and enthusiasm the girls have brought each and every day.

Sand Volleyball

Our team is 1-1 after two matches last week.  On Monday, Sept. 8, the Lancers defeated the Titans from Eastlake 2-1.  Alec Chambers and Derek Polk won their match 21-16 and 21-15.  Adam Gordon and David Barrett won their match 21-10 and 21-6.  On Thursday, on a beautiful day at Ocean Beach, the Lancers lost 2-1 to the La Jolla Vikings. Cameron Burnett and Reece Salmons won both of their matches.  The Lancers had 12 two-man teams competing.  The Lancers will be back in action Thursday, Sept. 18 against the Islanders of Coronado.

Cross Country

Our runners got off to a blistering start Thursday, Sept. 11, with their annual SeaWorld two-mile time trial.  Max Baez was the first across the line in a time of 11:07.  Right behind him was Grayson Lang in a fine time of 11:09.  Rounding out the top three was Brian Gale (11:34).

On the girls’ side, Brooke Trossen finished in a time of 12:07.  Ali Oswald (12:58) and Sophia Gamboa (13:23) were the next two Lancers across the line.  Coach Schellenberg noted that quite a few runners are faster now than they were at the end of last season.  The Lancers will be running at the Mt. Carmel Invitational this coming Saturday, Sept. 20, at Morley Field.

Posted by kenstone on Tuesday September 16 at 10:18AM
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Lancers loved opener, defeat Del Norte

Girls Tennis

The team opened its season Thursday, Sept. 4, against the Nighthawks of Del Norte High School.  The girls won convincingly 15-3, sending a strong message to opponents in the area. There were excellent performances by all.  In singles, Mati Thomas and Olia Javidi dropped only a few games total in all three matches. In doubles, the duo of Olivia Ghosh and Charlotte Thorson dominated each set.  This match will provide a nice jolt of momentum heading into more difficult challenges next week. 

Football

Our team is now 1-1 after its 26-0 loss to Hoover on Friday, Sept. 5.  The Cardinals defense has not been scored on in their first two games.  Offensively, the highlight for the Lancers was a 27-yard pass reception by Christian SourapasRobbie Giannella led the team defensively with 10 tackles.  Right behind him with 9 tackles was Christian SourapasRyan Risse and Khaleel Jenkins each finished with 2 tackles for a loss.

The Lancers will be back in action Friday at Mater Dei.  Game time is 7 pm.

Girls Volleyball

The Lancers traveled Thursday, Sept. 4, to Westview, where they lost a very close three-game match.  OH Grace Forren (Seton Hall) led the Lancers with 13 kills and 6 digs.  Sien Gallop (UOP) tallied 12 kills and had 2 ace serves.  Setter Jenn Wineholt (Virginia) had 16 assists and 2 blocks.  Setter Claire Nussbaum dished out 12 assists and led the team with 3 ace serves.  Finally, libero Nicole Magbanua was flawless in serve receive and had 7 digs.

The Lancers will be back in action on Wednesday, Sept. 10, against Scripps Ranch.  Game time is 5:15 pm on Hillgren Court. 

Posted by gsevilla on Monday September 15 at 03:21PM
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Dramatic FG Decisive in Season Opener

Football

The Lancers started the season with an exciting 22-20 last-second victory over Radford (Honolulu, HI) Friday on Lauer Field.  Sophomore Drew Schmid knocked the game-winning field goal through the uprights with no time left on the clock.  Radford came into the contest with a 2-0 record.

Offensively, the Lancers were led by quarterback Khaleel Jenkins, who threw for 160 yards and scampered for another 41 yards on the ground.  Daven Horne had 65 yards on 13 carries and a TD.  Ryan Risse had three receptions for 34 yards and Christian Sourapas caught two passes for 40 yards.  The biggest reception was hauled in by Kevin Rodin, a 39-yard touchdown catch late in the game.

On defense, Matt Wei led the Lancers with 19 tackles and a sack.  David Traganza was all over the field, finishing with 17 tackles, a sack and two tackles for a loss.  Khaleel Jenkins had eight tackles and a 43-yard interception returned for a touchdown.  Jordan Genmark-Heath ended with 14 tackles and three catches for 51 yards.

On Thursday, the Lancers JV team under Coach Phil Fickling traveled to Pine Valley to play Mountain Empire High School — and came away with a 28-0 victory in the nonconference game. Quarterback Bryce Neels accounted for three touchdowns and Jack Sachrison scored a TD as well.

The Lancers varsity is back in action at 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 5, on Lauer field, against Hoover High School. The JV team travels to Hoover for a game at 5 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 4. Go Lancers!

Girls Golf

Our golf team opened their season Monday, August 18, against Valhalla at Riverwalk.  Snigdha Nandipati was low scorer for the Lancers.  Nadia Carrillo, Sonia Aceves and Sofia Carrillo also competed for the squad.

On Monday, August 25, the Lancers played Horizon on the Friars Course at Riverwalk.  Snigdha was again Parker's low scorer.  One of the highlights of the day was when one of our girls hit a shot into the back of Coach Z’s golf cart.

The Lancers finished the week, Wednesday, August 26, on the Oaks Course at  Sycuan CC.  Snigdha shot a personal best score and was Parker’s low scorer.  Courtney Kim had the second-lowest score for the Lancers.

The team will be back in action Monday, September 8, against Bishops.

 

Posted by gsevilla in athletics on Monday September 15 at 03:20PM
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2013-2014 Sports Wrap Final

Baseball

Our baseball team finished the season with a 22-9 overall and a CIF D3 championship after their two big wins last week.  On Tuesday, June 3, the Lancers defeated Santana 6-1 in the CIF semi-finals.  Nick Allen went 2 for 4 with 3 RBI’s.  Jonathan Vizcaino was 3 for 4 with a run scored.  Austin Rogers went 1 for 2 with 2 runs scored.  Jake Wiegand pitched five innings and allowed one earned run to secure the victory.

On Friday, the Lancers defeated Mt. Carmel 6-4 in ten innings to win the CIF title.  In the top of the tenth, Jonathan Vizcaino had the big hit, a two RBI triple to break the tie.  Hayden Hastings went 2 for 5 with 4 RBI’s.  Grant Shives was a bull on the mound, pitching nine innings, allowing just two earned runs and recorded the win.  Austin Rogers was outstanding in the field, recording 10 putouts, including two run saving catches.

Tennis

The Lancers sent three athletes to the CIF Individual Championship.  Matthew Miller was a top 16 seed as a result of his Coastal League Championship.  Matt lost a very tight match against a talented player from Westview. The junior duo of Alec Morgan and Pedro Gallardo won their first two matches before losing to a team from Rancho Bernardo.  Coach Lewis said the duo played their best tennis of year in this exciting match.  The future looks bright for Lancer Tennis.

Golf

The Lancers qualified for the CIF Team Championship at Admiral Baker.  The Lancers shot 405, their lowest score of the season, but unfortunately missed the cut for day two as a team.  Alan Tom and Fred Copley qualified for day two as individuals.  Both boys shot a 76 and missed the cut for the regionals.  Our young team finished the season strong, and are looking forward to next year.

Track and Field

Our track team was represented at the CIF Finals by Max Baez and Christian SourapasMax, a sophomore, ran a personal best 4:27.9 in the 1600m to finish in 17th place.  His effort on the last lap to pass seven racers was extremely impressive.  Christian, a junior, finished in 6th place in the 100m with a time of 11.04 and 4th place in the 200m in a time of 22.28.  Running against the top sprinters in the county, he turned many heads with his blazing speed. Great job Lancers!

Volleyball

The Lancers were seeded #2 into the Southern California Regional Championship.  On Tuesday, May 27 the Lancers defeated Crossroads 25-23, 25-15,25-22.  Alec Chambers continued to carry a bulk of the offensive load with 20 kills and a .362 hitting percentage.  Freshman, Adam Gordon tallied 10 kills and was lethal from the service line.  Derek Polk passed well in serve receive and had 20 digs.   Finally, Reece Salmons had 42 assists and 8 digs.

On Thursday, May 29, after a slow start, the Lancers played perhaps their best match of the year in a loss against Saddleback Valley Christian.  The Lancers lost games two and three by identical scores of 25-23 and had chances in both games.  Alec Chambers and Adam Gordon continued their offensive exploits.  Cameron Burnett returned to the line-up after being out for six weeks and provided a nice spark.  Andre Boyance and Daniel Jocobsen had their best blocking match of the year.  Finally Reece Salmons who is rapidly developing into one of the top setters in the county, played flawlessly.

 

 

Posted by asantacroce on Wednesday June 11 at 09:25AM
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May 19 - 24

Baseball

Our baseball team improved their record to 18-9 with two big Coastal League wins last week over Horizon Christian.  On Tuesday, May 20, the Lancers pulled out an exciting 4-3 victory over the Panthers.  Jonah Davis was 2 for 4 with a homerun.  Joseph Pasquill was 2 for 3 at the plate with a run scored.  Nate Glasser pitched to seven batters and allowed no hits and no runs to secure the victory.

On Thursday, the Lancers squeaked out a 3-2 win over the Panthers.  Jack Benoit was 3 for 3 with a run scored.  Jake Wiegand went 3 for 4 with a run scored.  Nate Glasser drove in two runs with a double.  Jonathan Vizcaino was almost unhittable on the mound.  He struck out 7 of the 15 batters he faced and allowed just one hit to get the win.

The Lancers will open CIF DIII play on Wednesday, May 28 at 3:30pm on Greenberg Field. 

Track and Field

The Lancers had a very productive day at CIF prelims on Saturday, May 24 at Mt. Carmel.  Our girls 4x100 relay team of Natalie Schmidt, Allie Goins, Gwennie Gardiner, and Meredith Wiggins finished in a time of 55.38.  Emma Moore ran the 1600m and set a PR in the 3200m in a time of 11:27.59.  Gwennie Gardiner had her best time ever in the 300m hurdles in a time of 51.41.

On the boys side, Christian Sourapas, Noah Gamboa, Ayman Mayberry, and Jordan Genmark-Heath ran 44.24 in the 4x100 relay and qualified for flight B in the CIF finals.  Max Baez set personal best times in the 1600m and the 3200m.  Chrstian Sourapas qualified for the 100m and 200m Flight A CIF finals.  Ayman Mayberry also competed in the 100m and 200m.  Jason Tyler ran a PR 51.66 in the 400m and a sizzling 2:02.49 in the 800m.  Sammy Rodriguez ran a 44.04 in the 300m hurdles.  Finally, our 4x400 relay team of Grayson Lang, Jordan Genmark-Heath, Noah Gamboa, and Jason Tyler ran 3:34.99.

The CIF Championships will be on Saturday, May 31 at Mt. Carmel.

Swimming

On Saturday, May 24, Freshman, Haley Braner represented Parker at the CIF Swimming Championships at Granite Hills.  Haley finished in 6th place in the 50m free and 8th in the 100m butterfly.  She had the fastest  time of any freshman in those events.  Great Job, Haley!

Volleyball

Our volleyball team improved their record to 21-13 with their three CIF DII playoffs matches last week.   On Tuesday, May 20, the Lancers defeated Mira Mesa 25-17, 25-14, 25-13 to advance to Thursday’s semifinal matchup with #2 seeded Granite Hills. 

The Lancers lost the first game 20-25 and then rallied to win the final three games including a25-23 victory in game four.  Alec Chambers led the charge against the Eagles with 31 kills.  Setter, Reece Salmons racked up 52 assists and had 12 digs.  Middle blocker, Andre Boyance had 7 kills and 3 blocks.

With the victory, the Lancers advanced to their 19th straight  CIF championship game. They lost to Escondido in three close games.

The Lancers open up the Southern California Regional Championships on Tuesday, May 27 against Crossroads (Santa Monica), at 7pm on Hillgren Court.

 

 

 

 

 

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