Parker Sports Wrap
Our team ran their overall record to 20-3 with two league wins last week. On Wednesday, Feb. 4, the Lancers travelled to Horizon where they defeated the Panthers 66-59. Evan Fitzner led the Lancers with 22 points and 13 rebounds. Khaleel Jenkins ended up with 11 points and 6 assists. Tim Harrison finished with 10 points and 5 rebounds. Finally, Paulo Cruz ended with 15 points and was 3 for 3 from the three-point line.
On Friday, the Lancers improved their Coastal League record to 6-0 with a 54-50 win over Bishops. Andrew Cross led the team with 25 points and 10 rebounds. Khaleel Jenkins had 10 rebounds and 3 assists.
The Lancers will travel to LJCD on Wednesday, Feb.12.
Our girls won both of their games last week and have now won four straight. On Wednesday, Feb. 5, the Lancers defeated Maranantha Christian 60-13. Meredith Wiggins ended up with 21 points and 8 steals. Annika Meurer had 11 points, 9 steals, and 5 assists. Addy Longstreth had 10 points and 6 steals. Finally, Danielle Valverde finished with 10 points and 4 rebounds.
On Friday, the Lancers remained undefeated in Pacific League action with a hard fought 49-45 victory over the Rock Academy. Meredith Wiggins again led the scoring with 18 points. Right behind her with 12 points and 6 rebounds was Annika Meurer. Ysa Sawaya finished up with up with 7 points and 12 rebounds. Senior Addy Longstreth had 8 points, 5 rebounds and 4 steals. After the game she was honored in a senior night ceremony.
The Lancers will be back in action on Wednesday, Feb. 12, at Pacific Ridge.
Our team is currently 19-0-2 after their two Coastal League wins last week. On Tuesday, Feb. 4, the Lancers defeated league rival Bishops,
2-0, in a game with serious league title ramifications. Sasha Stephens had two early goals to set the tone for the rest of the game. Assisting on those goals were Gwennie Gardiner and Brooke Trossen.
On Thursday, Feb. 6 the Lancers continued their winning ways with a
1-0 victory over Escondido Charter. The Lancer goal was scored by Amy Brown off of an assist from Elisa Martinez. Soren Hansen recorded the shutout victory in goal for the Lancers.
The Lancers will travel to Horizon on Tuesday, Feb. 11 for a 3:30pm game.
The Lancers won both of their games last week and improved their win streak to five straight games. On Tuesday, Feb. 4 the Lancers started off the week with a thrilling 2-1 victory over Bishops. Goals were scored by Braden Salvati and Jordan Heath-Genmark. Assisting on those goals were Cameron Burnett and Eric Kanegaye.
On Thursday, the Lancers avenged an earlier defeat with a 3-0 victory over Escondido Charter. Lancer goals were scored by Cameron Burnett, Eric Kanegaye, and Adam Wright. Braden Salvati, Jordan Heath-Genmark, and Eric Kanegaye each tallied an assist for our squad.
The Lancers will travel to Pacific Ridge on Thursday, Feb.13 for a 3:30pm. match.
National Letter of Intent Signing Day
On Wednesday, Feb. 5, the following seven athletes signed national letters of intent at a ceremony at the Hall of Champions in Balboa Park.
Randee Holman-Kelley Denver University Womens Soccer
Elisa Martinez Sioux Falls Univ. Womens Soccer
Gwennie Gardiner Oberlin College Womens' Soccer
Ayman Mayberry Penn Football
Milan Marrero Montana Football
Zach Schmid Harvard Football
Tanner Aiono Dartmouth Football
on Sunday February 23
Our team improved their overall record to 8-5-4 with two victories last week. On Thursday, Jan. 30, the Lancers traveled to Santa Fe Christian where they defeated the Eagles, 2-1. Braden Salvati and Jordan Heath Genmark each scored a goal for the Lancers. Brian Golemb and Xander Troutman each had one assist.
On Saturday, Feb. 1, the Lancers defeated Preuss 3-0. Braden Salvati, had a goal and an assist. In addition, Matt Goff and Eric Kanegaye each found the back of the net. Kian Bagheri also assisted on a Lancer goal.
Seniors Andre Boyance, Sammy Rodriguez, Keenan Salvati, Jeremy Kahan, Andy Bickel, and Xander Troutman were honored in a pregame ceremony for their contributions to our soccer program.
The Lancers will be back in action against Bishops, on Tuesday, Feb. 4. on Lauer Field. Game time is 5:30pm.
Our soccer team is 17-0-2 and ranked #4 in the county after their two games last week. On Monday, 1/27, in one of the best games of the year, the Lancers tied #2 ranked Cathedral 5-5. The large crowd was treated to a hard fought well played game by both teams. The last twenty minutes of the game were trilling, with both teams having goal scoring opportunities.
Sasha Stephens scored three goals for the Lancers. The other goals were scored by Randee Holman-Kelley and Amy Brown. Elisa Martinez added two more assists giving her a team leading 17 for the season. The other assist was made by Gwennie Gardiner. Soren Hansen made 12 saves in goal for the Lancers.
On Thursday, the Lancers continued their offensive onslaught with a 5-1 victory at Santa Fe Christian. Sasha Stephens and Gwennie Gardiner each scored two goals. Junior, Amy Brown scored the other goal for the Lancers. Elisa Martinez had two more assists and Sasha Stephens had her 9th assist of the season.
The Lancers will travel to Bishops on 2/4 to play in a pivotal Coastal League contest. Game time is 3:30.
Our basketball team won two games last week and have won four of their last five. On Wednesday, Jan 29 the Lancers defeated King–Chavez 66-6. Meredith Wiggins led the team with 22 points and 4 steals. Senior Addy Longstreth finished with 10 points, 5 rebounds, and 5 assists. Annika Meurer scored 9 points and had a team leading 7 assists. Milan Weatherspoon ended up with 9 points and 6 rebounds. Finally Ysa Sawaya had 6 points and a team leading 10 rebounds.
On Friday, 1/29, the Lancers continued their winning ways with a 56-12 victory over Escondido Charter. Meredith Wiggins led the team with 14 points. Annika Meurer “chipped” in 12 points and Addy Longstreth had 11 points.
The Lancers will play Maranatha Christian on Wednesday, Feb 5, at 6pm on Hillgren Court.
The Lancers improved their overall record to 18-3 with two wins last week. On Friday, Jan. 31 they defeated Santa Fe Christian 56-40. Evan Fitzner finished with 23 points and 11 rebounds. Andrew Cross “chipped in” 11 points and had 5 rebounds. Khaleel Jenkins had 7 points, 10 rebounds, and 5 assists.
On Saturday, Feb. 1, the Lancers defeated San Dieguito Academy 72-35. Evan Fitzner again led the team in scoring with 22 points and had 15 rebounds. Andrew Cross finished with 20 points and 4 assists. Tim Harrison had 10 points and 7 rebounds. Khaleel Jenkins had 6 points, 9 rebounds, and 7 steals. Jack Brady had 5 points and Scott Weis had 5 rebounds.
The Lancers will be back in action on Wednesday, Feb. 5., at Horizon. Game time is 7:30pm.
on Thursday February 6
Our soccer team is 6-5-4 after splitting their two games last week. On Tuesday, Jan. 21 the Lancers lost 4-1 to Pacific Ridge. Kian Bagheri scored the lone goal off of an assist from Adam Wright. On Thursday, the Lancers played one of their best games of the year in a 3-1 victory over LJCD. Kian Bagheri, Cameron Burnett, and Adam Wright all scored goals for the Lancers. Jordan Heath-Genmark had two assists. James Foster was in goal for the squad.
The Lancers will be back on Lauer Field for Senior Night on Saturday, Feb. 1 against the Preuss School. Game time is 6pm.
Girls Soccer improved their record to 16-0-1 with two Coastal League wins last week. On Tuesday, the Lancers defeated Pacific Ridge, 7-1. Sasha Stephens had 3 goals and an assist. Gwennie Gardiner found the back of the net two times and assisted on another goal. Also scoring for the Lancers were Elisa Martinez and Claire Nussbaum. Randee Holman-Kelley, Natalie Schmidt, Elisa Martinez, and Brooke Trossen all had an assist in the big win. Goalkeeper, Soren Hansen had three saves.
The Lancers continued their winning ways on Thursday, in a 3-1 victory over LJCD. Lancer goals were scored by Gwennie Gardiner, Claire Nussbaum, and Amy Brown. Elisa Martinez and Alexa Rodriguez each had one assist. The Lancers will play Santa Fe Christian, Thursday, 1/30 at 5pm on Lauer Field.
Our team played just one game last week against neighborhood rival Kearney High. Meredith Wiggins was the high scorer for the Lancers with 8 points. Esin Gumustekin finished with 6 points, 6 rebounds, and 3 steals. Addy Longstreth had 5 points and 3 steals. Ysa Sawaya and Danielle Valverde each finished the game with 5 rebounds.
The Lancers will be back in action on Wednesday, Jan. 29 against King Chavez on Hillgren Court. Game time is 5pm.
Our basketball team is 16-3 after splitting their two games last week. On Monday, the Lancers lost 62-51 to #4 ranked Torrey Pines in the MLK Invitational on Hillgren Court. The Lancers jumped out to an early 18-9 first quarter lead, but were heavily outscored in the 2nd and 3rd quarters. The Lancers outscored the Falcons 19-12 in the 4th quarter to make the game interesting.
Evan Fitzner scored 19 points, 12 rebounds, and 4 assists. Tim Harrison finished with 12 points and 6 rebounds. Finally, Andrew Cross tossed in 9 points and had 4 rebounds.
On Friday, the Lancers remained unbeaten in Coastal League action with a 59-57 double overtime victory over Army-Navy. Evan Fitzner ended up with 28 points, 16 rebounds, and 4 blocked shots. Khaleel Jenkins finished with 9 points, 4 rebounds, and 4 steals. Michael Pelaiz hit the game winning shot at the buzzer. He finished with 8 points and a team leading 6 assists.
The Lancers will be back on Hillgren Court on Friday, 1/31, at 7:30pm against Santa Fe Christian.
On Sunday, January 26, our surf team competed at the Oceanside Pier on a beautiful day with 5-7ft. waves. Jakob Osland finished in fourth place in the Boys’ Short Board competition. Ryan Irving came in 4th place in the Boys’ Long board. Jen Irving finished in 4th place in long board and 5th in short board. Also competing for the Lancers was Dylan Crispen.
on Monday January 27
Our #4 ranked soccer team improved their record to 14-0-1 after their two games last week. On Tuesday, Jan 14, the Lancers rolled to a 3-0 victory over Escondido Charter. Lancer goals were scored by Randee Holman-Kelley, Sasha Stephens, and Alexa Rodriguez. Assisting on one goal each were Elisa Martinez and Gwennie Gardiner. Goalkeeper, Soren Hansen made 3 saves in goal in the shutout victory.
The Lancers continued their winning ways on Thursday with a 5-1 victory over Horizon. Gwennie Gardiner and Amy Brown each scored two goals. Sasha Stephens scored her team leading 28th goal of the season. Soren Hansen made 3 saves to secure the victory.
The Lancers will be back in action on Thursday, Jan 23, on Lauer Field, against LJCD. Game time is 4pm.
The Lancers had two big wins last week. On Wednesday, Jan. 15, they defeated Madison 48-42. Addy Longstreth scored 11 points to lead the Lancers. Annika Meurer had 9 points and 5 rebounds. Esin Gumustekin chipped in 8 points and pulled down 6 rebounds. Milan Weatherspoon had one of her best games of the year, finishing with 6 points and 3 rebounds. Danielle Valverde led the team in rebounds with 8.
The Lancers continued to roll last Friday with a 43-27 over Calvin Christian. Esin Gumustekin poured in 17 points and had 5 rebounds. Meredith Wiggins added 11 points and had 2 steals. Addy Longstreth knocked in 8 points and had 3 assists. Ysa Sawaya continued her strong play with 8 rebounds and 2 steals.
The Lancers improved their record to 14-2 with a 81-43 dismantling of LJCD on Friday, Jan. 17. The Lancers jumped out to a 28-12 first quarter lead and never looked back. The game was played with a running clock in the fourth quarter. Evan Fitzner led the well-balanced attack with 26 points. Andrew Cross chipped in 18 points. Tim Harrison has been a nice addition to the line-up. He had 14 points and was a force on the boards. Paulo Cruz continues his steady play with 12 points and solid defense. Khaleel Jenkins had 9 points and was 5 for 5 at the foul line.
Our team played just one game last week, a 2-1 loss to Escondido Charter. The lone Lancer goal was scored by Adam Wright off of an assist from Cameron Burnett. The Lancer will be back in action on Thursday, Jan 23 against LJCD. The game is at 6pm on Lauer Field.
Our surf team competed at La Jolla Shores on Sunday, Jan. 19. The Lancers defeated Serra in the team versus team competition. Ryan Irving won first place in the long board finals. Also competing for the Lancers were Jen Irving, Lily Horne, Riley Ryan, Ryan Irving, Ryan Frazee, Wolf Recht, Alec Walsh, and Jakob Osland.
College Recruiting Night
All athletes who might be considering playing athletics in college should plan on attending our College Recruiting Night on Wednesday, Jan. 29, at 7pm., in Crivello Hall. This will be helpful for all potential college athletes, including scholarship and non-scholarship athletes. We will be going through all the steps in the recruiting process.
on Monday January 27
Our soccer team improved their record to 12-0-1 after their two games last week. On Tuesday, Jan. 7, the Lancers defeated Santa Fe Christian 4-1. Sasha Stephens scored 3 goals and had 1 assist. Claire Nussbaum scored the other goal for the Lancers. Assisting on one goal each were Taylor Salmons and Elisa Martinez. Soren Hansen made two saves in goal for the Lancers.
On Thursday, the Lancers battled Bishops to a 1-1 tie on Lauer Field. The lone Lancer goal was scored by Elisa Martinez. Soren Hansen had 6 saves in goal. The Lancers will be back in action on Lauer Field on Thursday, Jan. 16 against Horizon. Game time is 5pm.
Our boys went 1-1-1 in their three games last week. On Tuesday, Jan. 8 the Lancers defeated Santa Fe Christian, 3-0. Collin Scott scored 2 goals and Braden Salvati found the back of the net on a rebound goal. Jordan Heath-Genmark had 2 assists and Eric Kanegaye had the other. Goalkeeper, Andres Boyance made 3 saves in the shutout win. On Thursday, the Lancers travelled to Bishops were their lost 1-0 to the Knights.
The Lancers finished up their busy week with a 1-1 tie with LJCD on Saturday, Jan. 11. Jordan Heath-Genmark scored the Lancer goal off of an assist from Eric Kanegaye. James Foster was in goal for the Lancers.
The 14-2 Lancers opened their Coastal League schedule with a 64-49 victory over Bishops on Friday, Jan. 10. 6’9” forward, Evan Fitzner was 16 for 22 from the floor and ended up with 39 points and 21 rebounds. Andrew Cross had 9 points and 5 rebounds. Michael Pelaiz had 6 assists.
On Saturday, the Lancers lost to 20-0 Buckley on a game winning shot at the buzzer. Evan Fitzner had 23 points and 19 rebounds. Andrew Cross had 10 points, 4 rebounds, and 3 assists. Paulo Cruz had 9 points and 4 steals. Finally, Khaleel Jenkins had 6 points, 6 steals, and 4 rebounds. The Lancers will be back on Hillgren Court on Friday, Jan. 17 against LJCD. On Monday, Jan. 20, at 5:30 pm. the Lancers will be playing #4 Torrey Pines as part of the MLK Invitational that will also be played at Parker.
Our team played two games last week. On Wednesday, Jan. 8, the Lancers lost to Castle Park. Against the Trojans, Meredith Wiggins led the way with 7 points, 3 rebounds, and 3 assists. Ysa Sawaya had 6 points and pulled down 7 rebounds. Danielle Valverde was dominant on the boards with 11 rebounds. Annika Meurer had 6 rebounds, 3 assists, and 2 steals. Finally, Addy Longstreth led the team in assists with 4 and steals with 4.
On Thursday, the Lancers lost to San Dieguito Academy. Freshman, Meredith Wiggins again led the team in scoring with 18 points. Danielle Valverde had 4 points and 9 rebounds. Addy Longstreth chipped in four points and had 3 rebounds and 3 assists. Annika Meurer dished out 4 assists and had 3 steals. Ysa Sawaya pulled down 6 rebounds.
on Wednesday January 15
Our Boys’ Basketball team ran their record to 12-1 and won two tournaments during the holidays. In the Grossmont Tournament before Christmas, the Lancers defeated El Capitan, 67-38, Scripps Ranch, 64-42, Grossmont, 70-49 and won the championship game over Oceanside,
77-71. In the final game, Evan Fitzner led the way with 23 points and 18 rebounds. Khaleel Jenkins had 18 points and 7 steals. Andrew Cross had 11 points and 5 assists. Paulo Cruz knocked down 11 points and Jonathan Taylor added 10 points.
After Christmas, the Lancers won the Senators Division of the Torrey Pines Holiday Classic. On Thursday, Dec. 26 they opened with a 55-35 victory over Laguna Beach. Andrew Cross led the team in scoring with 20 points. On Friday, the Lancers defeated Xaverian (New York) 54-35. Evan Fitzner had 20 points and 17 rebounds. On Saturday, Andrew Cross had 14 points including the game winner with 2 seconds left in a 49-48 over a very good Sonora team. The Lancers defeated Cienega (Arizona) 63-50 in the championship game. Tournament MVP Evan Fitzner had 23 points and 15 rebounds. Andrew Cross had 19 points and 5 rebounds.
The Lancers ranked #28 in the state, open Coastal League play on Friday at Bishops.
Our Girls’ Basketball team played in the Coronado Tournament during the holidays. In their 43-34 loss to Coronado on Thursday, Dec. 19, freshmen Meredith Wiggins and Esin Gumustekin each scored 10 points. On Friday, Freshman, Danielle Valverde pulled down 10 rebounds and had 4 steals in the Lancers 35-22 loss to Chula Vista. On Saturday, the Lancers lost 33-31 to Hoover. Esin Gumestekin had 14 points and 13 rebounds. Addy Longstreth chipped in 6 points and 3 assists. In their final game against Eastlake, Ysa Sawaya had 4 points and 8 rebounds. Annika Meurer had 6 rebounds, 3 assists and 2 steals.
Our soccer team continued to roll with five more victories during the holidays and improved their overall record to 11-0. Before Christmas, the Lancers travelled to Walnut Creek and won the Tri-Valley Classic. On Friday, Dec. 20 they defeated Skyline from Oakland, 10-0 and Berean Christian, 8-0. The Lancers continued to play great soccer in the semi-finals knocking of Culver City 5-1. In the finals, the Lancers defeated Oakland Tech 5-0. Sasha Stephens scored 3 goals and Amy Brown found the back of the net for 2 goals. Elisa Martinez had 3 assists to lead the team in that category.
On Saturday, Jan. 4 the Lancers beat the Menlo School 3-0. Sasha Stephens had 2 goals. Amy Brown had a goal and an assist. Elisa Martinez and Lauren Washington each had one assist. Goalkeeper, Soren Hansen made two saves to record her 10th shutout of the season.
The Lancers will be back in action on Thursday, Jan. 9 in an early season showdown with Bishop’s. Game time is 6pm.
Our soccer team is 4-2-3 after their two games during the holiday break. On Friday, Oct. 3, the Lancers travelled to Crossroads (Santa Monica) where they lost a hard fought game, 1-0, to the Roadrunners. James Foster made numerous saves in goal to keep the game close. On Friday, the Lancers tied the Buckley School (Sherman Oaks), 2-2. Jordan Heath-Genmark and Adam Wright each scored a goal. Andres Boyance was stellar in goal.
On Thursday, the Lancers battled an alumni squad to a 1-1 tie. Ryan Kretz (2012) scored the goal for the alumni and Adam Wright scored for the varsity. Nick Watkins had the assist. The Lancers will be back in action on Tuesday, June 7 against Santa Fe Christian at 6pm on Lauer Field.
on Tuesday January 7 at 09:47AM
Our soccer team was 5-0 last week and in the process won the Unlimited Division of the Baron’s Tournament. The Lancers did not allow a goal throughout the entire tournament and Randee Holman Kelley was chosen as the tournament MVP.
On Monday, December 9 the Lancers opened with a 5-0 victory over Mt. Carmel. Gwennie Gardiner had 2 goals and 2 assists. Sasha Stephens also found the back of the net for 2 goals and had 1 assist. The other goal was scored by Amy Brown. Taylor Salmons had an assist. The Lancers had 20 shots on goal. Soren Hansen had 3 saves in the shutout victory.
On Tuesday, the Lancers defeated San Dieguito 2-0. Goals were scored by Randeee Holman Kelley and Sasha Stephens. Assists were tallied by Annaleis Giovanetti and Gwennie Gardiner. Soren Hansen made 8 saves in goal. On Thursday, the Lancers defeated Escondido 1-0. The winning goal was scored by Natalie Schmidt on an assist from Sasha Stephens. Soren Hansen made 10 saves in goal.
In the semi-finals on Saturday, December 14, the Lancers continued to role with a
2-0 victory over Canyon Crest. Lancer goals were scored by Gwennie Gardiner and Sasha Stephens. Assisting on the goals were Elisa Martinez and Randee Holman Kelley. Finally, the Lancers captured the tournament title with a 1-0 victory over Mt. Carmel in the championship game. Sasha Stephens scored the winning goal on an assist from freshman, Lauren Washington. Soren Hansen recorded her fifth shutout victory in five games.
The Lancers will be back in action on Lauer Field, Wednesday, against San Dieguito Academy at 5:15pm.
The Lancers improved their record to 4-1 last week in the Hilltop Tournament. On Tuesday, December 10, we lost a heartbreaker, 68-67 to Otay Ranch. Evan Fitzner racked up 30 points and 14 rebounds. He was 11/14 shooting from the floor and 7/10 from the line. Andrew Cross scored 14 points and he had 6 assists. Khaleel Jenkins knocked down 10 points and had 9 rebounds.
On Wednesday, the Lancer defeated tournament host, Hilltop 58-37. Andrew Cross led the team with 23 points and 7 assists. Evan Fitzner had 21 points and 14 rebounds. On Friday, The Lancers wrapped up the tournament with a 70-36 victory over Westview. This is the same team they defeated by seven points last week. Evan Fitzner ended up with 25 points and was a “beast on the boards” with 20 rebounds. Andrew Cross was 5/9 from the floor and ended up with 15 points. Khaleel Jenkins had 11 points, 4 assists, and 4 steals. Paulo Cruz had 10 points and 3 steals in the big win.
The Lancers will be back in action this Thursday, December 19 at El Capitan in the first round of the Grossmont Tournament. Game time is 5:30pm.
Our team played two games last week. On Tuesday, December 10, the Lancers lost to Santana. Meredith Wiggins led the team with 13 points and 7 rebounds. Addy Longstreth knocked down 2 three-point shots and ended up with 9 points. She also had 6 rebounds, 2 assists, and 2 steals. Ysa Sawaya led the team on the boards with 10 rebounds. Freshman Danielle Valverde continues to make her presence felt with 7 rebounds.
On Friday, the Lancers played one of their best games of the young season against Canyon Crest. Leading scorer for the Lancers was Addy Longstreth who scored 14 points and had 4 steals. Ysa Sawaya had 12 points and 6 rebounds. Annika Meurer returned to the line-up and had 6 points and 4 rebounds. Freshman, Esin Gumustekin led the team in with 11 rebounds.
The Lancers will open up the Coronado Tournament on Thursday, at 6:25pm against Coronado.
Our team played four matches last week. On Tuesday, December 10, the Lancers defeated San Diego Jewish Academy 3-0. Freshman, Alex Goskowics scored 2 goals and Braden Salvati had the other in the victory. On Wednesday, the Lancers tied a solid Patrick Henry squad 0-0. James Foster recorded the shutout in goal.
In the semifinals of the Parker Cup on Friday, the Lancers lost 1-0 to Bishops. The Lancers had their chances, but couldn’t find the back of the net. They bounced back in a big way with a 4-0 victory over Mar Vista, Saturday in the third place game. Lancer goals were scored by Braden Salvati, Alex Goskowics, Jordan Heath, and Blake Trossen. Nick Watkins and Eric Kanagaye each had one assist.
The Lancers will tangle with Granite Hills on Wednesday night at 6pm on Lauer Field.
on Tuesday December 17, 2013
On Saturday, December 7 our volleyball team won their second straight State Volleyball championship and eighth overall with a come from behind 21-25, 30-28, 25-15, 25-16 victory over The Menlo School from Atherton. The Lancers were down 24-18 in game two before rallying for the big win. Menlo never recovered and the Lancers rolled to relatively easy victories in games three and four.
OH Sien Gallop was on fire with 19 kills, 2 aces and 18 digs, while fellow OH Michaela Dews added 17 kills and 17 digs. MB Alex Deddeh racked up 13 kills and hit .524. MB Jenn Wineholt had 6 kills, 3 ace serves, and the game deciding block in game two. Grace Forren had 6 kills and her blocking was instrumental in slowing down Menlo’s left side attack. Claire Nussbaum had 49 assists, 5 ace serves, and 17 digs. Finally, Sarah Benjamin had 19 digs and 6 assists.
The Lancers finished the season with a 29-5 overall record. In the process the team won the Coastal League Championship, the Southern California Regional Championship, and the State Championship. They ended up ranked #2 in the county, #8 in the state, and #26 in the county.
The fieldhouse was rocking on Tuesday, Dec. 4 as the Lancers won the Southern California Regional Championships 25-13, 22-25, 25-17 and 25-19 over Saddleback Valley Christian. Michaela Dews unleashed 19 kills with a .364 hitting percentage. OH Sien Gallop added 14 kills and 12 digs. MB’s Alex Deddeh and Jenn Wineholt combined for 16 kills. Grace Forren was lethal on the right side with 9 kills. Setter, Claire Nussbaum dished out 52 assists and Sarah Benjamin had 14 digs and an outstanding 2.4 passer rating. This was the tenth time the Lancers have won the Southern California Regional Championship.
In other volleyball news, Sarah Benjamin was chosen to the Coastal League first team and was the first ever libero chosen on the CIF first team. Michaela Dews was the league MVP and was also chosen to the All CIF first team. In addition, last week she was honored as the UT Athlete of the Week and Athlete of the Month. Sam Deddeh was the Sportsmanhip Award recipient at the State Championships and Torri Johnson was the Parker Power award winner for Girls’ Volleyball at the Fall Awards Banquet.
Our soccer team played two matches in Parker Cup action last week. On Friday, December 6, the Lancers defeated Madison 2-0. Collin Scott was the player of the game with a goal and an assist. Cameron Burnett scored a goal and Eric Kanegaye had an assist. James Foster had 3 saves in the shutout win.
On Saturday, the Lancers played to a 0-0 tie with High Tech San Diego. Goalkeeper Andre Boyance recorded the shutout for the Lancers.
Our Girls’ Basketball team played three games last week in the Monte Vista Tournament. On Tuesday, Dec. 3, the Lancers lost to Patrick Henry 48-21. Meredith Wiggins had 10 points, 4 steals, and 3 assists. Annika Meurer had 9 points and 11 rebounds. Ysa Sawaya had 9 rebounds and 2 blocked shots.
On Wednesday, the Lancers lost to Mira Mesa 39-33. Addy Longstreth had 14 points and 4 steals. Annika Meurer, Ysa Sawaya and Danielle Valverde each had 11 rebounds. Meredith Wiggins had 10 points and 3 steals.
On Friday, the Lancers lost to Montgomery. Meredith Wiggins again led the team in scoring with 8 points. Ysa Sawaya chipped in 6 points and pulled down 6 rebounds. Danielle Valverde was a force on the boards with 10 rebounds.
Last week our #7 ranked basketball team opened up their season with two victories in the Hilltop Tournament. On Friday, Dec. 6, the Lancers were down by two at the half before ultimately defeating Carlsbad 65-49. The St. Mary’s bound 6’10 forward, Evan Fitzner had 22 points and 9 rebounds. Paula Cruz chipped in 12 points and had 6 rebounds. Andrew Cross was 4 for 8 from beyond the three point line and ended up with 17 points.
On Saturday, the Lancers jumped out to a 26-20 halftime lead over Westview and cruised to a 52-45 victory. High point man was Khaleel Jenkins who ended up with 15 points and 3 steals. Michael Pelaiz had 12 points, 7 rebounds, and 5 assists. Andrew Cross knocked down 11 points and had 5 assists. Evan Fitzner had 8 points and pulled down 9 rebounds.
on Thursday December 12, 2013
Our volleyball team opened up the State Playoffs with a 25-12,25-17,25-11 over the Cate School from Carpenteria on Tuesday, November 26. Michaela Dews led the Lancers with 12 kills and 4 ace serves. Alex Deddeh had 9 kills on 14 swings for a .57 hitting percentage. Sien Gallop and Jenn Wineholt each had 8 kills to round out the well-balanced offensive attack. Claire Nussbaum had 35 assists and Sarah Benjamin had 12 digs.
On Saturday, the Lancers defeated Pacifica Christian 25-11, 25-21, 25-12 in state quarterfinal action. Michaela Dews had 13 kills and 8 digs. Sien Gallop continued her late season surge with 9 kills, 7 digs, and 4 aces. Setter, Claire Nussbaum had 6 kills, 9 digs, and 35 assists. Middles blockers each had 5 kills. Stanford bound libero had 4 digs and was solid in serve receive.
The Lancers will play in the Southern California Regional Championships on Tuesday, Dec. 3 against Saddleback Valley Christian at 7pm on Hillgren Court.
Our cross-country team competed in the State Cross Country Championship on Saturday, Nov. 30 at Woodward Park in Fresno.
In the girls’ race the Lancers came in 13th place in the state. Brooke Trossen came in 16th place in a time of 19:00 over the 3.2 mile course. Also finishing in the top 75 were Ali Oswald and Charlotte Schmidt. Also contributing for the Lancers were Sophia Gamboa, Audrey Yang, Emma Moore, and Christina Clark.
Max Baez represented Parker in the boys’ race in a time of 17:43 over the 3.2 mile course.
Our Winter sports teams are off to a good start and are ready to begin playing games. Boys’ Basketball opens their season on Friday in the Hilltop Tournament at 4:30pm against Carlsbad. Girls’ Basketball tips off their season, on Tuesday, at the Monte Vista Holiday Tournament at Patrick Henry at 6:30pm. Boys’ Soccer kicks of their season in Parker Cup action this Friday on Lauer Field. Our Girls’ Soccer team will open their season on Monday, December 9 at Mt. Carmel at 6pm in the Baron’s Tournament. Good Luck Lancers!
on Monday December 9, 2013 at 03:44PM
Our Girl’s volleyball travelled to La Costa Canyon on Wednesday, Nov. 20 and swept the Mavericks 25-15, 25-22, 25-22 in the CIF Open Division Semifinals. In front of a vocal home crowd, the Lancers came out fast and were in command for most of the match. LCC had received the #2 seed and the #3 seeded Lancers decisively showed that they should have received the higher seed.
Sien Gallop led the Lancers with 11 kills and a .470 hitting percentage. Right behind her with 8 kills was Michaela Dews. Jenn Wineholt is developing into an unstoppable force in the middle. She had 7 kills and a .700 hitting percentage. Grace Forren also had 7 kills and Alex Deddeh had 6 kills to round out the well-balanced attack. Claire Nussbaum had 34 assists and ran the team to an outstanding .390 hitting percentage. Finally, Sarah Benjamin had a team leading 12 digs. With the victory, the Lancers advanced to the first ever, open division championship against the #1 ranked team in the county and #4 in the state, Torrey Pines.
On Saturday, the Lancers lost 26-28, 25-18, 15-25, 25-27 in an exciting well played match against the Falcons. The Lancers had chances to win in games one and four, but couldn’t quite get it done against a very good team. Michaela Dews again carried the load offensively with 21 kills. Grace Forren and Sien Gallop each had 9 kills. Middle blockers, Jenn Wineholt and Alex Deddeh each had 7 kills and both hit above .350. Claire Nussbaum ran the offense flawlessly with 46 assists. Grace and Sarah Benjamin each had 15 digs.
The Lancers received the #1 seed and will open up the first round of the state playoffs against The Cate School from Carpinteria on Tuesday, November 26. Game time is 7pm. on Hillgren Court. Be there to support our team as they begin in their quest to win back-to-back state championships.
Our teams competed in the CIF Championships on Saturday, Nov.23 at Morley Field. Both teams ran strong races, with the girls finishing in second place in Div. 4 and the boys coming in sixth. With the 2nd place finish, the girls qualified for the CIF State meet which will be held in Fresno on Saturday, November 30.
The girls’ race saw four of our seven runners record their fastest times of the year led by super freshman, Brooke Tossen who finished in second place out of 97 runners. She ran the 2.75 mile course in a time of 16:58. The next Lancer across the line in 13th place was Ali Oswald. Right behind her were freshmen, Charlotte Schmidt and Sophia Gamboa. Rounding out the top seven Lancer runners were Audrey Yang, Christina Clark, and Emma Moore.
In the boys’ race, five runners ran their fastest time ever on the Morley Field Course. The first Lancer across the line was Max Baez who came in eighth place in a time of 17:14 over the 3.1 mile course. Coming in 15th place in the field of 116 runners was Grayson Lang. Behind him were Alec Walsh, Ben Baranski, Braden Salvati, Eric Kanegaye, and Jeremy Kahan.
Our football team’s outstanding season came to an abrupt end on Friday, November 22, with a 28-16 loss to Granite Hills. The Lancers entered the new CIF format with a 10-0 record and the #1 seed into the division 3 playoffs. In football more so than other sports, the size of the school can make a major difference. This was evident as the Eagles suited up 79 athletes and had 25 players who weighed 195 lbs or above. The Eagles last year played in the D1 playoffs and the Lancers in the D5 playoffs.
The Eagles received the opening kickoff and quickly marched down the field for an early touchdown. On the ensuing kickoff, the Lancers answered quickly, capped-off by a 23 yard touchdown run by Jesse Brookins. Granite scored three more first half TD’s to lead 28-8 at the half. The Lancers made it interesting in the second half on a Noah Gamboa 1 yard touchdown run to bring the score to 28-16. The Lancers got close to scoring again late in the game after an amazing circus catch by Ayman Mayberry but were ultimately thwarted by the Eagles defense. Thanks to all of our wonderful fans who supported our team all year.
on Tuesday November 26, 2013
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