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Week of Jan. 19 - 22

Girls Basketball

Our Girls Basketball team played two games last week. On Wednesday, Jan. 20, the Lancers defeated Pacific Ridge 75-19. Meredith Wiggins finished with 27 points and 14 assists. Giselle Alota had 25 points and 3 rebounds. Between the two of them they made 7 of 11 shots from behind the three-point line. Jula Harington finished with 10 points and 5 rebounds. Sofia Carrillo led the team in rebounding with 7.

On Friday, the Lancers travelled to the Rock Academy where they lost to the Warriors. Meredith Wiggins again led the team with 25 points, 5 rebounds and 4 steals. Sofia Carrillo who is becoming a force on the boards finished with a team leading 7 rebounds.

The Lancers will be back on Hillgren Court, Wednesday, Jan. 27, against league leading Calvin Christian. Game time is 5:30pm.

Boys Basketball

Our basketball team is 12-8 after their two games last week. On Wednesday, Jan. 20, the Lancers travelled to Army-Navy where they lost to the Warriors. Jack Brady led the team in scoring with 13 points. Tim Harrison finished with 10 points and 7 rebounds.  

On Friday, the Lancers lost 70-61 in a hotly contested battle on Hillgren Court. Andrew Cross led the scoring with 14 points and he had 4 rebounds. Tim Harrison finished with 13 points and 12 rebounds. Jack Brady was 4 of 5 from behind the 3 point line to finish with 12 points.

The Lancers have home games this week against Foothills Christian on Tuesday, Jan. 26, at 7 pm. and Friday against Santa Fe Christian at 7:30 pm.

Girls Soccer

The Lancers split their two games last week. On Tuesday, Jan. 19 they defeated Pacific Ridge 5-1. Tara Naficy led the scoring with 2 goals and an assist. Lancer goals were also scored by Corrin Hickman, Lakme Caceres and Emily Bowden. Kailie Thomas made 2 saves in goal for the Lancers.

On Friday, the Lancers lost to Santa Fe Christian 2-1. Erin Shives scored the goal for Parker. Tara Naficy had 5 shots on goal and goalkeeper, Kailie Thomas made 10 saves.

The Lancers will travel to Bishops on Tuesday, Jan. 26.

Boys Soccer

Our Boys Soccer team went 3-0 last week with Coastal League wins over Pacific Ridge, Santa Fe Christian, and LJCD.  On Tuesday, Jan. 19, the Lancers travelled to Pacific Ridge and beat the Firebirds 3-0. Santiago Morrera scored two goals. Blake Trossen had one goal and one assist. Alex Goskowicz finished with two assists.

On Thursday, the Lancers defeated Santa Fe Christian, 2-0. Goals were scored by Santiago Morrera and Braden Salvati. Cameron Burnett had an assist. The Lancers completed the week with a 2-0 victory over LJCD on Saturday. Cameron Bonilla and James Greer-Gentis each scored one goal and had one assist.

The Lancers will be back in action on Tuesday, Jan. 26, at 4:30pm on Lauer Field in a battle for the lead in the Coastal League.

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Week of Jan. 11 - 15

Boys Basketball

Our Boys Basketball team is 12-6 after their 65-52 loss to LJCD on Wednesday, Jan. 13. Jack Brady hit 3 three-point shots and finished with 12 points to lead the Lancers. Michael Pelaiz and Matt Brady each chipped in 11 points. The Lancers will be back on Hillgren Court, Friday Jan. 22, against the Horizon Panthers. Game time is 7:30 pm.

Girls Soccer

Our soccer team lost their two Coastal League games last week. On Thursday, Jan. 14, the Lancers lost to Bishops 3-0 on Lauer Field.  Sarah Mehrberg, Lakme Caceres and Tara Naficy all took shots for Parker. Kaelie Thomas made 7 saves in goal for the Lancers. On Friday, Parker travelled to Santa Fe Christian where they lost to the Eagles 1-0. Corrin Hickman had 2 shots on goal for the Lancers. Kailie Thomas had 8 saves on 9 shots.

The Lancers will play Santa Fe Christian on Lauer Field, Friday Jan. 22 at 5 pm.

Girls Basketball

Our Girls Basketball team did not play last week. The girls had a good week of practice and for the first time all year are starting to get healthy. The defending league champions open Pacific League action on Wednesday, Jan. 20, at 5:30 pm, on Hillgren Court against Pacific Ridge.

Boys Soccer

Boys Soccer also did not play last week. The Lancers open their Coastal League season against Pacific Ridge on Tuesday, Jan. 19, at 6pm on Lauer Field.

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Week of Jan. 4 - Jan. 9

Boys Basketball

Our boys basketball team is 12-5 after their three wins last week. On Tuesday, Jan. 5 the Lancers travelled to Santa Fe Christian where the opened their Coastal League season with a 72-68 victory over the Eagles. Tim Harrison finished with 25 points and 15 rebounds. Michael Pelaiz had 18 points, 10 assists and 9 rebounds. 

On Friday, the Lancers travelled to Bishops where they defeated the Knights 67-55. Tim Harrison again led the Lancers with 29 points and 8 rebounds. Matt Brady made 13 points and had 3 threes. Jonathon Taylor played tenacious defense and finished with 10 points.

The Lancers finished the week with a big 66-51 victory over Mater Dei on Saturday.  Matt Brady was 4 of 7 from behind the three-point line and finished with 14 points.  Andrew Cross finished with 11 points and 4 rebounds.

The Lancers will return to action on Wednesday, Jan. 13 at 7 pm against La Jolla Country Day. The Torreys enter the contest with a 16-0 record and ranked #4 in the county.

Girls Basketball

Our girls team travelled to Santa Fe Christian on Monday, Jan. 4 and lost to the Eagles. Meredith Wiggins led the Lancers in scoring with 15 points and 2 steals. Giselle Alota finished with 11 points, 5 rebounds and 2 assists. Freshman, Dina Wilson led the team in rebounds with 9.

On Wednesday, the Lancers hosted San Diego High. Parker played hard and ultimately lost 69-52 to the Cavers. Meredith Wiggins again led the Lancers finishing with 30 points and 9 rebounds. Macy Hoang provided a nice offensive spark scoring 9 points. Giselle Alota dished out a team leading 5 assists.

The Lancer finished the week on a high note, knocking off Coronado, 35-16, on Friday, Jan. 8. Giselle Alota was the high scorer with 13 points. Freshman Sophia Galdamez was a great addition, finishing with 4 points and a team leading 6 rebounds. 

The Lancers will be back on Hillgren Court, Wednesday, Jan. 20, at 6 pm against Pacific Ridge.

Girls Soccer

The Lancers played two solid squads last week and came out on the short end in both games. The Lancers played hard and had several opportunities to score in each game. They just could not seem to find the back of the net. Corrin Hickman and Erin Shives led the Lancers in shots. Kaelie Thomas made 23 saves in goal for the Lancers. The Lancers open league play on Thursday, Jan. 14 against Bishops.

Boys Soccer

Our boys team played just one game last week, a 1-0 loss to a talented team from St. Augustine. The Saints scored the game’s lone goal in the last two minutes of play on a deflection. For most of the second half the Lancers had control of the ball and kept constant pressure on the Saint’s goalie. Unfortunately, we could not put the ball between the pipes. Tyler Dunne played an outstanding game in goal for the Lancers making numerous amazing saves. Braden Salvati controlled the defense for the Lancers. Parker will return to Lauer Field on Jan. 19, at 6 pm against Pacific Ridge.

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Week of Dec. 18 - Jan. 2

Sailing

Our Parker Sailing team competed in the Rose Bowl Regatta this past weekend in Long Beach. Sam Merson and Athena Malcolm sailed fast with several finishes in the top three of the competitive A fleet. Cole Harris/Allison Silverstein (Saturday) and Madeleine McGrath (Sunday) managed to win the B fleet, giving Parker a final overall finish of 3rd place in this prestigious regatta!  In silver fleet, skipper Jeremy McCulloch sailed with crews Hadley DeBello (Saturday) and Isabel Sanchez-Hodoyan (Sunday) in some solid A fleet races, including three races in the top 5!  In Silver B, skipper Jordan Ryan teamed up with Sahana Kumar, Hadley DeBello and Liam Fay in what was, for most of these sailors, their first ever visit to a major high school regatta!

Heading into 2016, our goal is to keep up the great work and qualify for Nationals in Charleston, SC this May.  Only the top four teams on the West Coast will qualify for this event, but we are on track to compete for a spot.

Boys Basketball

Our basketball team is currently 9-5 after their play during the holidays.  On Saturday, Dec. 19, the Lancers defeated Mission Bay 68-64 in the Winter Prep Classic.  With the victory the Lancers advanced to the Championship game where they lost 68-64 to Lincoln.  In the win over Mission Bay, Michael Pelaiz had 22 points, 10 assists and 8 rebounds.  Jack Brady was 6 for 10 from behind the three-point line for 18 points.

On Dec. 26, the Lancers opened the Holiday Prep Classic with a close loss to Poway.  Andrew Cross returned to the line-up for the first time this season chipping in 12 points and 5 rebounds.  On Tuesday, March 29, the Lancers rebounded with a 76-48 over Mission Hills.  The Lancers hit a school record 18 shots from behind the three-point line.  Tim Harrison had 24 points and 9 rebounds.  Michael Pelaiz finished with 12 points and 13 assists.

In the final game of the tournament, the Lancers defeated Santa Fe Christian 67-59.  Tim Harrison finished with 20 points and 13 rebounds.  Matt Brady had 10 points and 2 steals.  The Lancers will open their Coastal League schedule at Santa Fe Christian on Tuesday, Jan. 5.

Girls Basketball

Our girls’ team is 2-3 after their game against Lincoln on Friday, Dec. 18.  Giselle Alota led the scoring with 21 points and 2 assists.  She was 15 for 21 at the free throw line.  Meredith Wiggins finished with 9 points. Briana Sanchez and Sofia Carrillo each finished with 5 rebounds and a steal.  The Lancers will be back in action on Wednesday, Jan. 6, against San Diego High, at 5:30pm on Hillgren Court.

Girls Soccer

Our soccer travelled to St. Margaret’s during the holiday and participated in the Tartan Shootout.  The Lancers lost their opening game on Tuesday, Dec. 29, to Santa Cruz 2-0.  Later that day, Parker defeated Bakersfield Christian 1-0.  Corrin Hickman scored the game winning goal for the Lancers.  Caroline Sanborn had 2 saves in goal for the shutout victory.

On Wednesday, Dec. 30, the Lancers started the day with a 1-0 victory over Mission Prep.  The Lancer goal was scored by Tara NaficyCaroline Sanborn had 3 saves in the shutout win.  The Lancers lost their last tournament game 2-0 to Pasedena Poly.  Rebecca Siegler made 9 saves in goal for the Lancers.

On Friday, Jan. 8, the Lancers will play Cathedral at 5:45pm on Lauer Field.

Boys Soccer

Our boys’ soccer team played four games during the Winter break.  On Dec. 18, the Lancers lost 3-2 to King-Chavez.  Blake Trossen and Alex Goskowicz scored goals for our team.  The Lancers competed in the So Cal Classic on Dec. 28 - 29.  Parker opened with a 3-1 loss to Smidt Tech.  Ryan Watson scored the Lancer goal.  Later that day, the Lancers lost 3-2 to Fallbrook.  Lancer goals were scored Braden Salvati and Connor Morrill.  Our team finished with a 3-1 loss to Southwest.  Braden Salvati scored the Lancer goal.

The Lancers will be back in action on Friday, Jan. 8 against St. Augustine at 7:30pm on Lauer Field.

Notable

On Monday, Dec. 14, four Lancers were honored at the Hall of Champions.  Brooke Seay (Golf), Jenn Wineholt (Volleyball) and Sien Gallop (Volleyball) were all chosen on the All County teams in their respective sports.  Coach Matt Schellenberg was honored as the County Coach of the Year in Girls Cross Country.

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Week of Nov. 30 to Dec. 5

Girls Basketball

Our basketball team opened up their season with a 46-44 loss to Morse.  The Lancers were up 27-16 and halftime, but could not hold the lead. Giselle Alota finished with 23 points and 4 assists. Meredith Wiggins “chipped in” 12 points and had 7 steals. Sofia Carrillo led the team with 6 rebounds.  The Lancers will be back in action on Wednesday, Dec. 9, as they travel to Oceanside for a 7pm game.

Boys Basketball

Our boys’ team opened their season with three victories last week in the Hilltop Tournament.  On Wednesday, Dec. 2, the Lancers defeated Canyon Crest 59-47. Tim Harrison finished with 18 points and 12 rebounds. Matt Brady “knocked in” 11 points and had 4 assists. Michael Pelaiz had 8 rebounds and 7 assists.

On Friday, the Lancers outscored Helix by 10 points in the fourth quarter to win 58-52. Jonathon Taylor led the squad in scoring with 17 points. Jack Brady and Tim Harrison each had 13 points.

The Lancers finished the week with a 56-45 victory over Eastlake. Jack Brady finished with 18 points. Tim Harrison had 13 points and 12 rebounds.

Girls Soccer

Our soccer team played three matches last week. On Tuesday, Dec. 1, the Lancers opened their season with an 11-0 victory over Horizon. Brianna Whalen, Rebecca Siegler and Erin Shives each scored two goals. Corrin Hickman finished with a goal and two assists. On Thursday, the Lancers traveled to Valhalla in the opening game of the Barons Tournament and lost 1-0 to the Norsemen. Goalie, Kailie Thomas finished with nine saves.  

In the second game of the Barons’ Tournament on Saturday, Dec. 5, the Lancers lost 3-1 to Mission Hills.  The lone goal was scored by senior, Tara Naficy. The Lancers will be back in action on Tuesday, Dec. 8, at 6pm. on Lauer Field.

Boys Soccer

Our Boys’ team opened up their season last week with three close losses in the Parker Cup Tournament. On Wednesday, Dec. 2, the Lancers lost 2-0 to Granite Hills.  On Friday, University City won a defensive battle 1-0. Finally, on Saturday, the Lancers played hard and increased their offensive pressure which ultimately led to their first goal. Finding the back of the net was Santi Morrera.

The Lancers will play Southwest San Diego on Monday, December 7, at 3:15pm on Lauer Field.

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Week of November 8-14

Cross Country

Our Girls and Boys Cross-Country teams both won Coastal Conference Championships on Friday, November 13, at Kit Carson Park.  Max Baez led the Lancers to a close victory over LJCD with a time of 16:52.38 over the 5000m course.  Tanner Penrose came in 5th in a field of 35 runners.  Evan Truesdale and Carson Cook both finished up in the top ten.

Brooke Trossen helped lead the Lancer Girls’ team to the conference title by winning her race in a time of 19:36.53.  Right behind her in third place was Sophia Gamboa.  Also finishing in the top ten were Avi Waldman, Frannie Lang, Maya Pratt-Freedman and Adrienne Jarvis.

The Lancers will be competing in the CIF Championships this Saturday, November 21, at Morley Field.  Our defending champion girls’ team will run at 10:40am and the boys’ race begin at 12:20pm.

Girls Golf

After her CIF Championship last week, freshman Brooke Seay represented Parker at the Southern California Regional Championship on Thursday, November 12.  She fired a 74 and missed the cut by one stroke to have the opportunity to advance to the State Championship.

Our team has volunteered weekly at Colina Park in a mentoring program with The First Tee Elementary girls.  Collectively, our Parker girls have logged over 100 hours of community service.

Girls Volleyball

Our Girls’ Volleyball season came to an end in the quarterfinal round of the Open Division of the CIF Championships.  The Lancers lost to the #1 team in San Diego, Torrey Pines.  The Lancers had their chances in game one before ultimately losing 25-23.  Our squad battled in games two and three to the #2 ranked team in the state of California losing both games 25-17.

The Lancers were led as they have for most of the season, by Sien Gallop and Jenn Wineholt.  Senior middle blockers, Rachel Bruno and Emily Purdon played solid at the net.  Senior libero, Nicole Magbanua (aka: the Human Backboard) was flawless on defense and in serve receive.  Olivia Lawrence and Sarah Reed both were outstanding in the back row for the Lancers.

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Week of November 2-7

Girls’ Golf

Brooke Seay won the CIF San Diego Section golf championship on Thursday, November 5, at the Admiral Baker Golf Course.  Brooke fired a one under par, two day total, of 143 to win by five shots over her closest competitor.  With the victory, Brooke will advance to the Southern California Regional Championships Thursday, at Goose Creek in Jurupa Valley near Riverside.  Good luck Brooke!

Girls’ Tennis

Our tennis team competed at the Coastal League Championships on Tuesday, November 3.  Mati Thomas and Olia Javidi won the Coastal League Doubles title.  They will advance to the CIF Doubles Championships and will begin play on Thursday, November 12 at the Barnes Tennis Center.  Mary Tobin and Samantha Clark came in fourth and will begin play on Tuesday November 10.  They open against a team from Eastlake.  Check in is at 12:30pm.

Surf Team

This past weekend our team competed in the Scholastic Surf Series, Division 5 at Ocean Beach.  We had three Parker students make it to the finals.  Ryan Frazee finished in 2nd place in Men’s Longboard.  Jen Irving finished in 2nd place in the Women’s Longboard and Rebecca Siegler finished in 2nd place in the Woman’s Shortboard.

Girls Volleyball

Our volleyball team is 19-9 after their two matches last week.  On Tuesday, November 3, the Lancers lost to Bishops in five games.  Behind by eight points in game four, the Lancers rallied back to win, sending the match to game five.  Sien Gallop had 18 kills and 4 blocks.  Maggie Oswald had 14 kills and Rachel Bruno had 12 kills.  Bea Thomas finished with 9 kills and 6 digs.  Nicole Magabanua had 20 assists and the highest passing percentage on our team.  Finally, Jenn Wineholt had 56 assists and 16 digs.

On Thursday, our nine Lancers seniors were honored in a pre-match ceremony. It was a wonderful event enjoyed by all including a number of volleyball players from the Lower School.  The Lancers went on and swept Tri-City Christian in three games.  Sien Gallop had 16 kills and Rachel Bruno had 7 kills in 8 swings.  Olivia Lawrence had 7 kills from the outside hitter position.

Cross Country

Our Cross Country teams completed their second Sea World Time Trial of the season on Wednesday, November 4.  The top three finishers for our girls’ team were Brooke Trossen, Sophia Gamboa, and Emma Moore.  The boys’ top finishers were Carson Cook, Tanner Penrose and Evan Truesdale.  

Our teams will both be competing in the Coastal Conference Finals this Friday, November 13, at Kit Carson Park.  

Football

Our football team finished their season on Friday, November 6 with a loss to Horizon.  Bryce Neels led the Lancers on the ground with 13 carries for 40 yards.  In addition, he had 2 interceptions.  Ryan Zupkas had two catches for 36 yards.  On defense, Michael Yourg led the team with 11 tackles.  Cam Miller and Alex Gallanis each finished with 6 tackles.
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Week of Oct. 26 to 30

Girls Tennis

Our tennis team was seeded #1 in the CIF D1 playoff.  They won the first three matches over Vista, Fallbrook, and Del Norte to advance to the CIF championship match that was played on Friday, October 30 at the Barnes Tennis Center.  The Lancers fought valiantly before loosing 10-8 to Westview.  In singles action, Mati Thomas and Lara Wellis each won two sets.  In doubles, Olia Javidi/Amanda Wasserman won two sets for the Lancers.  Also contributing to our team’s outstanding effort were Charlotte Thorson/Samantha Clarke, Greer Sprague/Stella Gerson and in singles, Mary Tobin.

The Lancers will be participating in the Coastal League individual championships beginning on Tuesday, November 3 at LJCD.

Cross Country

Our Boys’ and Girls’ Cross Country teams, both currently ranked #1 in Division 5, competed in the Coastal League Cluster #2. Our girls won over a field that included LJCD, Pacific Ridge, Bishops, and Santa Fe Christian. Sophia Gamboa finished second in a time of 20:14 on the 5000m course.  Brooke Trossen came in third in a field of 32 runners.  Also finishing in the top ten were Avi Waldman, Frannie Lang, Maya Pratt-Freedman and Emma Moore.

Our boys also won their race over their Coastal League rivals.  Max Baez led the charge in a fine time of 17:14 over the 5000m course.  Right behind him in third place was rapidly improving Evan Truesdale in a time of 17:28.  Tanner Penrose also finished in the top ten.

Girls Golf

Our girls lost in the play-in round in the CIF Team championship against El Camino on Wednesday, October 28, at Riverwalk Golf Course.  Brooke Seay who has the lowest scoring average in the county, fired a two under par 34.  Snigdha Nandipati shot her lowest score of the season.

Brooke Seay and hopefully Maddie Parker will advance to the County Individual championships that begin on Tuesday, November 3, at the Admiral Baker Golf Course.

Girls Volleyball

Our volleyball team continued to roll with two big wins last week over Pacific Ridge and LJCD.  Our Lancers are currently ranked #6 in the Open Division heading into the final week of Coastal League action.  On Tuesday, October 24 the Lancers defeated Pacific Ridge 3-0.  Maggie Oswald led the Lancers with 12 kills and a .474 hitting percentage.  Sien Gallop finished with 11 kills and Emily Purdon had 8 kills.  Jenn Wineholt had 39 assists and 6 digs.  Nicole Magbanua had 16 digs and Olivia Lawrence led the team in ace serves with 3.  On Thursday, the Lancers travelled to LJCD where they defeated the Torreys in three straight games.  Outside hitters, Sien Gallop and Maggie Oswald again led the team in kills.  Nicole Magbanua led the defense with 22 digs.  Beatrix Thomas finished with 6 kills and was flawless in serve receive.  Jenn Wineholt led the team in assists and had 14 digs.

The 7-1 Lancers travel to Bishops on Tuesday, November 3, in a pivotal match for a piece of the Coastal League title.

Sand Volleyball

Reece Salmons and Cameron Burnett won their pool on Tuesday, October 27 and advanced to the county championships on Thursday, October 29 at Ocean Beach.  At the finals, they won three matches before losing in the championship match to the top team from Torrey Pines.  Adam Gordon and David Barrett also advanced to the final day by playing outstanding volleyball to win their pool on Tuesday.

Football

Our football team fought valiantly before succumbing to Bishops this past Friday.  Bryce Neels led the ground attack.  Leading the Lancers on defense were Cam Miller and Alex Gallanis.  The Lancers will finish up the regular season on Friday, November 6 against Horizon on Lauer Field.  We will be honoring our teachers in a pre-game ceremony.  Go Lancers!

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Week of October 19 - 24

Girls Tennis

Our Girls’ Tennis team finished up the regular season with a 8-6 record after their

10-8 loss to LJCD on Tuesday, October 20.  Our doubles team of Mati Thomas/Olia Javidi swept their three sets.  Freshman, Amanda Wasserman played well in her first varsity match of the year.  The doubles team of Mary Tobin/Uthara Vengrai was mentioned by Coach Udall for winning a hard fought tiebreaker set.

As a result of their challenging schedule, the Lancers were seeded #1 into the CIF D1 Team Championships.  They open up with Vista at 2:30pm, on Tuesday, October 27, at the San Diego Tennis and Racquet Club. With a victory the Lancers would advance to the quarterfinals on Wednesday, 10/28.

Girls Golf

Our golf team finished the Coastal League with a 6-0 record and the league title.  Last Tuesday, October 20, the Lancers competed in the league finals at Mission Trails Golf Course.  Brooke Seay was the Athlete of the Year firing a three under par 69.  Madison Parker also was one of the top six golfers placing her on the Coastal League First Team.  Snigdha Nandipati and Ana Russell both made the second team.

The Lancers advanced to the CIF team championships play-in round where they will play El Camino on Wednesday, October 28, at Riverwalk.  With a victory, the Lancers would advance to the Championship round on Tuesday, November 3 at Mission Trails Golf Course.  

Cross Country

On Friday, October 23, the Lancers travelled to the prestigious Mt. Sac Invitational.  In the boys Division 5 race the Lancers finished in fifth place out of 25 teams. Max Baez led the way coming in 3rd place overall in a time of 16:47 over the challenging 2.93 mile course.  The second fastest Lancer was sophomore, Tanner Penrose, in a time of 17:57.  Right behind him was freshman, Evan Truesdale.

Our girls’ team also finished in fifth place in a field of 15 schools.  Sophia Gamboa led the Lancer contingent finishing in 10th place in a time of 19:37.  Avi Waldman finished in 28th place followed closely by sophomore, Frannie Lang.

The Lancers will be running at Tecolote Shores on Thursday, October 29, in the second Coastal League meet.

Girls Volleyball

Our volleyball team improved their record to 5-1 in the Coastal League and 16-8 overall after their two wins last week.  On Tuesday, October 9, the Lancers travelled to Tri-City Christian where they defeated the Eagles in games 3-1.  Outside hitter Sien Gallop led the way with 22 kills and 11 digs.  Maggie Oswald continues to be on fire with 20 kills and a hitting percentage of .485.  Nicole Magbanua had 12 digs and a team leading 3 ace serves.  Rachel Bruno had 8 kills and a season high 8 blocks.  Emily Purdon had 7 kills and an outstanding .417 hitting percentage.  Setter, Jenn Wineholt finished with 55 assists and a team leading 15 digs.

On Thursday, October 22, the Lancers pulled out an exciting five game victory over Santa Fe Christian.  The team was led offensively by Sien Gallop.

In other volleyball news, Claire Nussbaum (2015) was honored as Ivy League Rookie of the Week after her 48 assists and 21 digs to lead her Princeton Tigers to a big win over Penn. Also current Parker setter Jenn Wineholt was on the cover of Volleyball USA, a national volleyball publication.

The Lancers will be back in action on Tuesday, October 27, against Pacific Ridge at 5:15pm.

Jenn Wineholt

Sand Volleyball

On Monday, October 19, the Lancers defeated Coronado 3-0.  Zach Thoene/Chris Fromm, Thomas Mann/Bryan Golemb, and Borna Nazari/Matt Zeko all won their matches.  On Tuesday, the Lancers lost 2-1 to La Jolla, the eventual champion, in the quarterfinals of the county team championships.  Cameron Burnett/Reece Salmons defeated the Vikings #1 team 21-14, 21-19.

Our top two teams, Adam Gordon/David Barrett and Cameron Burnett/Reece Salmons have both qualified for the county pairs championships.  They will open pool play on Tuesday, October 27, at Ocean Beach.

Parker Sand Volleyball, County Championships

Surf

Rebecca Siegler and Nick Gustafson represented Parker at the Scholastic Surf Series in Mission Beach on Sunday, October 25.  Rebecca won first place in the Women Short board division.

Rebecca Siegler

Football

Our football team had a well-deserved bye last week.  The Lancers will be back in action on Friday, October 30, against Bishops.  Game time is 7pm on Lauer Field.

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Week of October 12 - 17

Girls Golf

Our golf team won two big matches last week.  On Tuesday, October 13, the Lancers defeated Horizon 232-294.  The victory puts Parker in the drivers seat for the league title.  Brooke Seay was the low scorer for the Lancers on the Riverwalk Friars course.  Snigdha Nandipati and Ana Russell both shot 47.  All season they have had a knack for shooting the same score.  Sofia Carrillo had her lowest score of the season.

On Thursday, the Lancers defeated Bishops at Riverwalk Golf Course.  Brooke Seay shot a two under par 34 to lead the team as they prepare for the Coastal League Championships on Oct. 20.  Emma Buechler had the second lowest score for the Lancers and Yahs Esfahani had her low score for the season.

Girls Tennis

On Tuesday, Oct. 13, the Lancers travelled to Pacific Ridge where they beat the Firebirds 11-7.  Olia Javidi led the way sweeping her singles matches 6-4,6-1,6-0. Also in singles, Mati Thomas won two of her three sets.  In doubles action, our teams won six of nine sets.  Stella Gerson/Samantha Clarke won their sets 6-2,   6-1,6-0.  Avi Anklesaria/Charlotte Thorson won two of their three sets.

Football

Our football team travelled to LJCD on Friday, 10/16, where they lost to the Torreys.  Bryce Neels carried the ball 7 times for 23 yards and completed a 35 yard pass to Andrew Cross.  The leading rusher was Jimmy Eherenfeldt who carried the ball 8 times for 46 yards.  Ben Krongard had 66 total yards for the game and Ryan Zupkas had a catch for 33 yards. 

On defense, Cam Miller led the team in tackles with 8 and Bryce Neels had 7 to lead the Lancers.  The Lancers have a bye this week and will be back on Lauer Field, October 30, against Bishops.

Girls Volleyball

The Lancers played two Coastal League matches last week and competed in the So Cal Invitational over the weekend. On Tuesday, Oct. 13 the Lancers made quick work of LJCD sweeping the Torreys in three games.  Leading the way with 10 kills was Sien GallopJenn Wineholt finished with 9 kills, 21 assists, and 3 ace serves.  Rachel Bruno had 7 kills and a hitting percentage of .600.  Hailey Stuart had 11 assists for the match.

On Thursday, the Lancers lost to Bishops in a hotly contested battle.  Maggie Oswald lead the team in kills with 14 and Sien Gallop finished with 12 kills.  Emily Purdon had 7 kills and 2 blocks.  Nicole Magbanua had 15 digs to again lead the Lancers in that category. 

The Lancers competed on Friday and Saturday in the So Cal Invitational at the San Diego Volleyball Club where they finished with a 3-3 record.  Offensively, outside hitters Sien Gallop and Maggie Oswald lead the way.  Hailey Stuart set for the Lancers on Friday night and Hannah Blood ran the show on Saturday.  Middles Rachel Bruno and Emily Purdon continued to hit for a high percentage and led our team in blocks.  Sarah Reed, Nicole Magbanua, and Olivia Lawrence were outstanding in the back row.

Cross Country

On Thursday, Oct. 15, the Lancers competed in the Coastal League meet at UCSD.  In the girls’ race, Sophia Gamboa and Brooke Trossen finished first and second to lead the Lancers to the victory over LJCD, Santa Fe Christian, and Pacific Ridge.  Also contributing were Emma Moore, Avi Waldman, Frannie Lang and Maya Pratt-Freeman who all finished in the top ten out of 43 runners.

In the boys’ race, Max Baez was the first runner across the line in a time of 16:38 over the 3 mile course.  Also finishing in the top ten where Tanner Penrose, James Greer-Gentis and Evan Truesdale to help lead the Lancers to victory.

Our cross-country teams will travel north this Friday to compete in the prestigious Mt. Sac Invitational.

Sand Volleyball

Our sand team improved their record to 5-2 with a 2-1 victory over Saints on Thursday, October 13, at Ocean Beach. Cameron Burnett/Reece Salmons and David Barrett/Adam Gordon each won their match.  Matt Zeko/Borna Nazari also won their two matches. The Lancers will play La Jolla in quarterfinals of the team championships.

Posted by tyu on Wednesday October 21, 2015 at 08:07AM
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