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Parker Sports Wrap

Week of May 16 to May 21

Baseball

Our baseball team wrapped up their Coastal League schedule splitting their two games with LJCD. Santa Fe Christian, LJCD and Parker ended up with identical 8-4 league records. The Lancers are the league champions by virtue of defeating both the Eagles and the Torreys in their season series.

On Tuesday, May 17, the Lancers lost to LJCD 3-1 with the Torreys scoring their three runs in the top of the 7th inning. Nick Allen was 1 for 1 at the plate with one RBI.  Sterling Hayes pitched five innings allowing two hits and no earned runs.

On Wednesday, the Lancers rebounded to defeat LJCD 3-2 to win their season series with the Torreys and ultimately the league title. Senior Haydan Hastings was 2 for 4 with one RBI. Ethan Risse went 1 for 3 with an RBI. He also pitched five innings and allowed one earned run to get the win for the Lancers.

The Lancers were seeded #6 into the CIF D2 playoffs and will host a talented Steele Canyon team on Tuesday, May 24, at 4pm on Greenberg Field.

Softball

Our softball team’s season came to an end against San Diego High School in the first round of the CIF D3 playoffs on Tuesday, May 24. The Cavers pulled ahead in the 9th inning to win 9-8. As they have done all season long, Parker showed tons of heart and battled to the end. Leading the effort was senior pitcher, Sarah Reed, who went the distance. Cammie Miyahira scored twice and stole two bases. Emily Bowden had two hits and an RBI. Danya Perket had two hits and two RBIs. Gabby Martin had a hit and two RBIs. Niki Kim stole three bases and Leia Mayberry stole two.

The Lancers finished the season with an overall record of 13-9 and in second place in the Coastal League. Our team showed great resilience all season long and came together in ways that inspired their coaches, parents, and fans. Congratulations on a great season!

Track and Field

Our track and field teams competed at the CIF D2 Prelims on Saturday, May 21 at Mt. Carmel High School. Brooke Trossen came in 4th place in the 3200m in a time of 11:21.61 and qualified for “A” heat in the CIF Finals. The finals will be on Saturday, May 28 at Mt. Carmel and Brooke’s race will begin at 4:18pm.

Sophia Gamboa finished in 13th in the 800m in a solid time of 2:25.48. Finally our 4x400 relay team of Macy Hoang, Maya Pratt-Freedman, Frannie Lang, and Sophia Gamboa came in 13th in a time of 4:24.57.

Our boys team was led by Jonathan Taylor who finished in 10th place in the 100m in a time of 11.31.  He also ran the 200m in a time of 22.88.  Max Baez represented Parker in the 1600m.  Congratulation Lancers on all of our success this year!

Boys Tennis

Matthew Miller was seeded into the top 16 at the CIF Individual Singles Championship at the Barnes Tennis Center. As a result, he received a bye through the first two rounds. In the round of 32, Matthew won his first match 6-1,6-0 over his competitor from Santa Fe Christian. In the round of 16, he lost to the #4 seed from Coronado. Congrats Matthew!

Boys Golf

Alan Tom, Chase Smallwood, Josh Rodriguez, Calvin Woods and Nicholas Trimble all represented Parker at the CIF Individual Prelims at Admiral Baker Golf Course on Tuesday, May 17. The future of Parker Golf appears to be very bright as all of these young men return next year.

Sports News

In other sports news, Sarah Reed (softball) and Cameron Burnett (volleyball) were honored as Parker’s Scholar Athletes of the Year by the High School Sports Association at the Scottish Rite Center on Monday, May 16. Congratulations Sarah and Cameron!

Finally it is not too late to RSVP for our End of the Year Sports Banquet that will be held in the Fieldhouse on Tuesday, May 31. Check-in begins at 5:30pm and dinner will start to be served at 5:45pm. The program will begin at 6:30pm. We will be honoring the team MVP’s and Parker Power Award winners for all of our varsity sports teams. 

In addition, we will be recognizing the Lancer Leaders for our middle school programs. Finally we will be presenting Hall of Fame nominees and special senior awards.  There is no charge for the dinner, but please RSVP by May 25. 


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Week of May 9 – May 13

Baseball

Our baseball team improved to 16-9 after their three games last week.  On Tuesday, May 10, the Lancers lost to Bishops 6-5 with the Knights scoring the winning run in the bottom of the ninth.  Nick Allen went 3 for 3 at the plate. Alex Nicita was 1 for 3 with 2 RBI’s.  Michael Campagna went 2 for 4 with an RBI.  Evan Stewart pitched three innings allowing no earned runs.

On Thursday, the Lancers rebounded to pound Bishops 6-0.  Michael Campagna went 2 for 3 with 2 RBI’s.  Hayden Hastings had two hits in four at bats with a RBI and run scored.  Sterling Hayes was virtually unhittable pitching seven innings allowing just one hit in the shutout victory.

The great pitching continued on Saturday as Kendall Burnett pitched his second no hitter in a row in a 2-1 victory over Bonita Vista.  Hayden Hastings was 2 for 3 with a run scored.  Michael Yourg and Michael Campagna were both 1 for 3 with an RBI.  Kendall pitched back to back no hitters for the first time in Parker Baseball history.

The Lancers will play their last regular season home game on Greenberg Field, on Tuesday, May 17 against LJCD at 4pm.

Softball

Our softball team improved their record to 13-8 with their two big victories last week.  On Wednesday, the Lancers defeated Escondido Charter 4-1.  Leia Mayberry went 2 for 3 with a run scored and Leena Mayberry had one RBI.  Sarah Reed pitched seven innings and allowed three hits and one earned run.

On Friday, the Lancers travelled to Bishops where they defeated the Knights 7-5.  Gabby Martin went 2 for 3 at the plate with 3 RBI’s and a run scored.  Niki Kim and Sarah Reed both had two hits and two runs scored.  Sarah Reed was the winning pitcher for the Lancers.

The No. 6 seeded Lancers will open CIF D3 playoffs on Tuesday, May 17, against San Diego High at 4pm on Kidd Wohlford Field.

Track and Field

Our track and field teams competed in the Coastal Conference Finals on Thursday, May 12 at University City High.  Our girls’ team was led by Brooke Trossen who won both the 1600m (5:16) and 3200m (11:39). In the 400m, Maya Pratt-Freedman came in second and Macy Hoang finished in third place.  In the 800m, Sophia Gamboa finished in third place in a time of 2:27.  Jula Harrington came in third in the shot put with a throw of 27-03.  Finally our 4x400 relay team of Macy Hoang, Maya Pratt-Freedman, Brooke Trossen, and Sophia Gamboa came in second place in a time of 4:21.  All five girls qualified for the CIF Prelims that will be held on Saturday, May 21, at Mt. Carmel High School.

Jonathan Taylor finished in 2nd in the 100m (11.29) and 3rd in the 200m (22.62).  Finally, Max Baez came in 3rd in the 1600m in a time of 4:38.  Both Jonathan and Max qualified for the CIF prelims.

Boys Golf

Our golf team lost their CIF D3 play-in game against Santa Fe Christian on Wednesday, May 11, at Morgan Run Country Club.  Alan Tom was the Lancer’s low scorer firing a one over par 36 on the challenging course.  Senior, Connor Smith playing in his final high school match shot a 39.

As a result of their point differential, Alan Tom, Chase Smallwood, Josh Rodriguez, Calvin Woods, and Nicholas Trimble all qualified for the CIF Individual Prelims at Admiral Baker Golf Course on Tuesday, May 17.

In other golf news, Nahum Mendoza was chosen to represent the United States in the Arnold Palmer Cup, June 24-26, at Formby Golf Club in England.  Nahum is a junior at San Diego State.

Boys Lacrosse

Our lacrosse team’s season came to an end last week in the CIF D2 quarterfinals.  On Monday, May 9, the Lancers defeated Helix High 14-11 in a play-in game.  The young Lancers made steady improvement over the course of the season as evidenced by the victory over the Highlanders who they had lost to earlier in the year.

With the victory, the Lancers qualified for the main draw where they put up a valiant fight before succumbing to Patrick Henry 13-10 on Tuesday, May 10.

For the season, Axel Youngdale led the Lancers in scoring with 44 points followed by Ben Baranski (42) and Jacob Steensma (39).  The ground ball leaders were Zach Teutsch (65) and Jimmy Chatfield (61).

Boys Volleyball

Our volleyball season came to an end in the CIF Open Division Quarterfinals on Saturday, May 14, against La Jolla.  The Lancers were in every game but the #1 ranked Vikings had a little too much fire power at the net.  Adam Gordon led the Lancers offense with 15 kills.  David Barrett, Cameron Burnett, and Zach Thoene each contributed 5 kills.  Braden Salvati finished with 8 digs and setter, Reece Salmons had 34 assists.

In other volleyball news, Reece Salmons recently committed to playing volleyball next year at UCLA.  Cameron Burnett was chosen as the San Diego County Scholar Athlete of the Year and will continue playing volleyball next year at MIT. Cameron is the third Parker Volleyball player to go to MIT in the last six years.

Boys Tennis

Our tennis team competed on Tuesday, May 9 at LJCD in the Coastal league Championships.  Matthew Miller finished in fourth place in singles and qualified for the CIF Individual Championships which will be held at Barnes Tennis Center. He is a top 16 seed and received a bye to the main draw, which begins Wednesday, May 18.

Girls Sand Volleyball

Our sand team competed last week in the County Beach Championships.  On Tuesday, the Lancers defeated Rancho Bernardo 3-0 in D2 first round action.  All three of our teams Bea Thomas/Sien Gallop, Maggie Oswald/Aeriel Sundt, and Hailey Stuart/Grace Barrett had 2-0 victories.

 On Thursday, May 11, the Lancers defeated Westview in thee quarterfinals.  Our #1 team of Sien Gallop/Bea Thomas won both of their games as did Maggie Oswald/Aeriel Sundt.  With the victory, the Lancers advanced to the semi-finals at South Mission on Saturday, May 14 against Mission Bay High.  Sien and Bea won their match for the lone Lancer victory.  Our other two teams fought valiantly but lost 2-1.

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Week of May 2 - 7

Girls Lacrosse

Our lacrosse team finished their season last week.  The Lancers defeated LJCD 9-8 on Tuesday, May 3, on Lauer Field.  Seniors Myla Andrews, Olivia Heifetz, Ana Nazari, and Mary Tobin were honored in a pre-game ceremony for their dedication and leadership to the Parker Lacrosse program.  The Lancers played their last game at San Diego High on Wednesday at San Diego.

Track and Field

Our track and field team competed in the 5th Coastal League meet on Thursday, May 5 at University City.  Jonathan Taylor came in 2nd in the 100m (11.36) and 3rd in the 200m (23.19).  Max Baez won the 3200m in a time of 10:24 and was 2nd in the 1600m (4:41.24).  Carson Cook finished 5th in the 1600m in a time of 4:49.44.

Our girls’ team was led by Brooke Trossen who won the 1600m in a time of 5:22.54 and was 2nd in the 800m (2:28.48).  In the 400m, Maya Pratt-Freedman came in 4th (65.38) and Macy Hoang was 5th (65.84).  Sophia Gamboa finished in 3rd in the 800m in a time of 2:28.48.  Avi Waldman was 3rd and Emma Moore was 4th in the 3200m.  Emma Weisenfield finished in 5th place in the 300m hurdles.  In the field events, Jula Harrington came in 5th in both the shot and discus.  Finally our 4x400 relay team of Macy Hoang, Sophia Gamboa, Brooke Trossen, and Maya Pratt-Freedman came in 1st in a time of 4:26.93.

Boys Golf

On Wednesday, May 4 our golf team competed in the Coastal Conference Championships at Admiral Baker Golf Course.  Josh Rodriguez was the Lancers low scorer with a 77.  He was followed closely by Alan Tom who shot 79 and Calvin Woods with a 80.  The Lancers will open CIF D3 play against Santa Fe Christian on Wednesday, May 11, at Morgan Run.

Girls Softball

Our softball team improved their record to 11-8 with their two wins last week.  On Wednesday, May 4, the Lancers defeated Horizon 9-0.  Niki Kim was 3 for 3 at the plate with an RBI and 3 runs scored.  Leia Mayberry was 3 for 4 with 2 RBI’s and 2 runs scored.  Sarah Reed pitched seven innings allowing 3 hits and no earned runs.  In addition, at the plate she had 4 RBI’s and 2 runs scored.

On Friday, May 6, the Lancers defeated LJCD 7-6, scoring 2 runs in the bottom of the 11th inning.  Leena Mayberry was 2 for 5 at the plate.  Leia Mayberry was 2 for 5 with 3 RBI’s.  Sarah Reed pitched all 11 innings in the win.

The Lancers will be back on Kidd-Wohlford Field on Wednesday, May 11, against Escondido Charter at 4:15.  There will be a senior night ceremony after the game.

Boys Baseball

Our baseball team improved their record to 14-8 with their 1-0 victory over Horizon on Monday, May 2.  Kendall Burnett pitched a no hitter, the first for a Lancer pitcher since the mid 1980’s.  Michael Campagna had the lone Parker RBI.  The Lancers will be back on Greenberg Field against Bishops on Thursday, May 12, at 6:30pm.  There will be a pre-game ceremony honoring our senior players.

Boys Volleyball

Our volleyball team is 19-7 overall and 6-2 in the Western League after their two matches last week.  On Wednesday, May 4, the Lancers travelled to St. Augustines where they lost the first game and then rolled to win three relatively easy games to win the match.  Adam Gordon had 16 kills and Chris Fromm had 14 to lead the Lancers offense.  Zach Thoene (9), Cameron Burnett (8), and Reece Salmons (7) also contributed to the Lancer hit parade.  Braden Salvati and Reece each had 18 digs.  Reece also had 52 assists.

On Friday, the Lancers travelled to Torrey Pines and lost a very exciting five game match in front of a large crowd.  Adam Gordon finished with 33 kills and 3 ace serves.  Cameron Burnett finished with 10 kills and 14 digs.  Braden Salvati was solid in serve receive and had 23 digs.  Zach Thoene finished with 7 kills and 7 blocks.  Setter Reece Salmons continued to flawlessly run the Lancers offense finishing with 62 assists and 10 digs.

The Lancers will travel to La Jolla on Saturday, May 14 at 5pm for the CIF Open Division quarterfinals.

Boys Tennis

Our tennis team competed in the CIF D1 Team championships last week.  On Tuesday, May 3, the Lancers defeated Cathedral 10-8 at the San Diego Tennis and Racquet Club.  Our singles teams won 7 of their 9 sets.  Nick Miller won all three of his sets 6-0 and Sujan Nandipati won 2 for his three sets.  Luke Tchang also won two of sets as did the doubles team of Matthew Miller and Rex Winn. With the victory the Lancers advanced to the quarterfinals where they lost to eventual CIF Champions Eastlake. In singles, Sujan Nandipati won one of his sets.  In doubles play, Matthew Miller and Luke Tchang won all three of their sets (6-2,6-4, and 7-5).

The Lancers will be back in action in the Coastal League Individual Championships at LJCD on Tuesday, May 10.

Boys Lacrosse

Our lacrosse team finished up their Pacific League schedule with a perfect 6-0 record with a big victory over Foothills Christian on Tuesday, May 3.  The Lancers by virtue of being a league champion qualified to play a CIF D2 play-in game against Helix on Monday, May 9 on Lauer Field.  The Lancers beat the Highlanders 14-11.  With the victory the Lancers qualified for a CIF First Round match-up at Patrick Henry on Wednesday, May 11, at 7pm.

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Week of April 25-29

Boy Lacrosse

Our lacrosse team is 6-5 after their two games last week.  On Monday, 4/25, the Lancers lost 8-6 to Canyon Crest.  Ben Baranski found the back of the net for 3 goals.  Axel Youngdale had 2 goals and 1 assist.  Zach Teutsch had a goal and 3 ground balls.  Jimmy Chatfield had 1 assist and 6 ground balls.  Finally, Jonathan Gordon made 14 saves in goal for the Lancers.

On Thursday, Parker defeated Army-Navy 13-2.  Jacob Steensma led the scoring with 5 goals.  Zach Teutsch scored 3 goals and Axel Youndale had 2 goals.  Also scoring goals for the Lancers were Subba Duvuuru, Michael Carandang, and John Sheridan.  Goalkeeper, Jonathan Gordon made 12 saves.

The Lancers will be back on Lauer Field, Thursday, May 5, against Serra High School at 6:30pm.  We will be celebrating our seniors in a pre-match ceremony.

Girls Lacosse

Our Girls’ Lax team split their two games last week.  On Tuesday, 4/26, the Lancers travelled to Bishops where they lost to the Knights.  On Thursday, Parker defeated Del Lago Academy 9-8.  Solana Chatfield led the scoring for the Lancers with 5 goals.  Bella Cady and Sarah Mehrberg each had 2 goals.  Goalkeeper, Aly Arrington made 10 saves.

Our Players of the Week were Bella Norton and Emily Potts.  They provide leadership and positive attitudes essential for our team’s success. Bella consistently played with exceptional speed, and created critical turnovers.  With her intensity and high level of communication on defense, Emily helped to stop fast breaks and also made valuable connections in the midfield.

Boys Volleyball

Our volleyball team is 18-6 and ranked #5 in the county after their two matches last week.  On Tuesday, the Lancers lost to Cathedral.  Adam Gordon had 17 kills.  Cameron Burnett had 6 kills and 9 digs.  Reece Salmons had 28 assists and had 7 digs.

On Friday, seniors, Cameron Burnett, Bryan Golemb, Braden Salvati, and Reece Salmons were honored in a pre-match ceremony.  The Lancers then proceeded to defeat #11 ranked Canyon Crest 3-0.  Chris Fromm and Adam Gordon each had 12 kills.  Cameron Burnett and David Barrett both finished with 8 kills.  Reece Salmons finished with 44 assists and 10 digs.

The Lancers will finish up their regular season on Friday when they travel to Torrey Pines for a critical non-conference match against the Falcons.

Girls Sand Volleyball

Our Girls’ Sand Volleyball team had two matches last week.  On Monday, 4/25, the Lancers lost to La Jolla and on Thursday, the Lancers lost to Bishops.  Grace Barrett/Hannah Blood won their match against the Knights.

The Lancers will open the playoffs on Tuesday, May 10.

Baseball

Our baseball team is 13-8 after their two wins over Horizon last week.  On Tuesday, 4/26, the Lancers defeated the Panthers 8-0.  Alex Nicita went 3 for 3 with two runs scored and Jimmy Chatfield was 3 for 4 with 2 RBI’s.  Sterling Hayes was 2 for 3 with 3 RBI’s and Ethan Rise was 2 for 3 with 2 runs scored.  Sterling also pitched seven strong innings, allowing just three hits and no runs.

On Thursday, the Lancers again pounded the Panthers 9-2.  Nick Allen went 4 for 5 at the plate with 3 RBI’s.  Kendall Burnett was 3 for 4 with an RBI.  Ethan Risse pitched six innings allowing 4 hits and 2 runs.  Mike Laumakis closed out the game pitching one inning of shutout ball.

Softball

Our softball team is 9-8 after their two games last week.  On Monday, the Lancers defeated Chula Vista 7-1.  Niki Kim was 2 for 3 at the plate with 2 runs scored.  Sarah Reed and Camryn Miyahira were both 1 for 4 at the plate with 2 RBI’s.  Sarah Reed pitched seven innings and allowed just one earned run.  On Wednesday, the Lancers lost to Bishops.

Track and Field

Our track and field team competed in the Dennis Gilbert Small Schools Invitational on Friday, April 29, at Mt. Empire High School.  Our boys’ team was led by Jonathan Taylor who won both the 100m and 200m. Cameron Miller came in 4th in the discus with a toss of 92-04 and he came in 6th in the shot put.

Sophia Gamboa came in 1st place in the 800m and Brooke Trossen won the 1600m to lead our girls’ team.  Macy Hoang finished in 2nd place in the 400m and Giselle Alota came in 3rd in the 200m.  Emme Weisenfeld finished in 4th in the 100m hurdles and 5th in the 300m hurdles.  Finally, Jula Harrington came in 5th in the shot put with a throw of 26-05 and 7th in the discus.

Boys Golf

Our golf team split their two matches last week.  On Monday, 4/25, the Lancers defeated Horizon at Riverwalk.  Josh Rodriguez was the low scorer shooting a one over par 37 on the Friars Course.  Alan Tom and Chase Smallwood both shot 38.  On Thursday, 4/28, the Lancers lost a close battle to Bishops at La Jolla Country Club.  Parker was led by Alan Tom who shot a 40.  Right behind him were Chase Smallwood (43), Josh Rodriquez (44), and Calvin Woods (44).

The Lancers will be back in action on Wednesday, May 4, in the Coastal League Championships at Admiral Baker Golf Course.

Boys Tennis

Our tennis team played two matches last week.  On Monday, 4/25, the Lancers lost to Scripps Ranch 6-12.  Matthew Miller swept his three sets (6-2,6-0,6-0).  Sujan Nandipati won two of his three sets.  The other Lancer point was scored by the doubles team of Nikhil Kalita/Luke Tchang.

On Tuesday, the Lancers lost to Bishops.  Matt Miller won 2 of his three sets.

Late addition:  The Lancers defeated Cathedral in the first round of the CIF D1 playoffs (more results next week) and will play at #1 seed Eastlake on Wednesday, May 4.

Sports Banquet

Make sure to mark your calendars for Tuesday, May 31, for our 2015-16 Sports Banquet.  Check in begins at 5:30pm and dinner will be available starting at 5:45pm.  The program will begin at 6:30pm.  Team MVP’s and Parker Power Award winners for each of our high school varsity teams will be honored.  In addition, middle school Lancer Leader award winners will be recognized along with High School Tri-sport athletes, Hall of Fame nominees, and Senior End of Year sports awards.

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Week of April 18 to 23

Boys Lacrosse

Our team went 2-0 last week to remain unbeaten in the Pacific League. On Tuesday, April 19, the Lancers defeated Foothills Christian 17-5. Ben Baranski scored five goals and had 2 assists. Jimmy Chatfield had 4 goals and 12 ground balls. Jacob Steensma found the back of the net 3 times. Axel Youndale had 2 goals and 1 assist. Jonathan Gordon made 7 saves in goal for the Lancers. Coach Kidd was impressed by his team’s execution and teamwork.

On Thursday, April 21, the Lancers defeated Del Lago Academy, 12-3. Ben Baranski again led the scoring with 4 goals and 2 assists. Zach Teutsch also had 4 goals and recovered 12 ground balls. Jacob Steensma and Axel Youndale each had 2 goals. Jonathan Gordon made 5 saves and had a 63 percent save percentage. The Lancers are playing their best lacrosse of the season as they head into their final four games of their regular season.

Boys Golf

Our team had three matches last week.  n Monday, April 18, the Lancers lost by two strokes to Bishops. Alan Tom and Josh Rodriguez both fired a 2 over par 38 on the Friars Course at Riverwalk. On Tuesday, the Lancers shot a season low 191 on the Friars Course led by Josh Rodriguez’s 3 under par 33. To finish off the week, the Lancers revenged an early season loss to Santa Fe Christian. Alan Tom shot a 33 and Chase Smallwood had a 38. The team score was 192 on the Friars Course.

Girls Lacrosse

Our lacrosse team played two games last week against Santa Fe Christian and Pacific Ridge.  Coach Allen mentioned defenders Ashley Davis and Madison Parker for forcing turnovers and double-teaming the ball.  Coach Allen is proud of the hard work of herteam, especially the defenders.

Boys Tennis

Boys Tennis played two matches last week. On Tuesday, April 19, the Lancers lost 4-14 to LJCD.  The Lancer points were scored by single’s players Matt Miller and Nick Miller who both won two of their three sets.

On Thursday, the Lancers tied Pacific Ridge 9-9 in sets but won the match on points 67-62. Matt Miller won his sets (6-0,6-0,6-0) which was instrumental to the team’s victory. Nick Miller won two sets and Sujan Nandipati won one of his sets. In doubles action, Luke Tchang/Rex Winn won two of their three sets.

Girls Sand Volleyball

On Thursday, April 21 the Lancers lost to OLP 1-2.  Our “A” team of Bea Thomas/Sien Gallop won 2-0. Also competing for our team was Maggie Oswald/Aeriel Sundt and Grace Barrett/Hailey Stuart.

Boys Volleyball

Boys Volleyball is currently 17-5 and ranked #3 in the county after their two matches last week. On Tuesday, April 19, the Lancers lost a hard fought match 15-12 in the fifth game. Adam Gordon finished with 16 kills and 11 digs. Chris Fromm had 15 kills and Cameron Burnett had 14. Middle blockers David Barrett and Zach Thoene each finished with 6 kills. Braden Salvati had 20 digs and had a passing percentage of 2.37. Setter Reece Salmons finished with 56 assists and 25 digs.

On Friday, the Lancers travelled to Scripps Ranch where they defeated the No. 8 ranked Falcons 3-0. Adam Gordon again was our kill leader with 10. David Barrett, Cameron Burnett, Chris Fromm and Zach Thoene all finished with 6 kills. Reece Salmons had 36 assists and Braden Salvati had 15 digs.

The Lancers will be back in action on Friday, April 29, against Canyon Crest at 4:45 pm. We will be honoring our seniors in a pre-match ceremony on Hillgren Court.

Baseball

The Lancers are 11-8 after their three games against Santa Fe Christian last week. On Tuesday, April 19, the Lancers defeated the Eagles 9-3. Nick Allen went 4 for 5 at the plate with 3 runs scored. Hayden Hastings was 2 for 4 with 2 RBI’s. Michael Campagna was 2 for 4 with 3 RBI’s and Kendall Burnett was 2 for 3 with 2 RBI’s. Sterling Hayes pitched five innings and allowed just two earned runs for the victory. 

On Thursday, the Lancers beat the Eagles 5-4. Nick Allen and Jimmy Chatfield each went 2 for 4 at the plate. Ethan Risse pitched six strong innings and recorded the victory. Nick Allen notched the save. On Saturday, the Lancers lost 5-1. Hayden Hastings went 2 for 3 with one RBI.

Softball

Our softball team is 9-7 after their two games last week. On Wednesday, April 20, the Lancers lost to LJCD. Sarah Reed had the lone hit for the team. On Friday, the Lancers travelled to Escondido Charter where the lost to the White Tigers. Sarah Reed was 2 for 2 at the plate with a run scored. Camryn Miyahira had an RBI for the Lancers.

Track and Field

On Friday, April 22, the Lancer Track and Field teams competed in the 3rd Coastal League meet at Clairemont High. Our girls’ team was led by Brooke Trossen who won both the 1600m and the 3200m. Giselle Alota came in third in the 100m. Macy Hoang finished in 5th place in the 200m and 3rd in the 400m. Maya Pratt-Freedman came in 4th in the 400m and 4th in the 800m. Sophia Gamboa finished in 3rd in the 800m. Emme Weisenfeld came in 3rd in the 100m and 4th  in the 300m. Olivia Thorson came in 5th in the 300m. The 4x100 relay team of Gisella Alota, Belle Rodriguez, Caroline Sanborn and Macy Hoang came in 3rd in a time of 56.13. Our 4x400 relay team of Macy Hoang, Sophia Gamboa, Frannie Lang and Maya Pratt-Freedman won their race in a time of 4:29.84. Finally, Jula Harrington came in second in both the discus and shot.

The boys team was led by Jonathan Taylor who came in 2nd in both the 100m and 200m. Tanner Penrose came in 2nd in the 800m and 3rd in the 1600m. Our 4x100 relay team of Theodore Sacamay, Jason Dykstra, Jonathan Sachrison and Jonathan Taylor came in 3rd. The 4x400 relay team of Jonathan Taylor, Theodore Sacamay, Tanner Penrose and Jason Dykstra also came in 3rd place.

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Week of April 11 to 17

Boys Volleyball

Our volleyball team is currently 16-4 and ranked No.1 in the county after their 4-1 record at last week’s West Coast Challenge. In the Lancers big win over No. 6 ranked Eastlake, Adam Gordon was unstoppable with 12 kills and no hitting errors. Chris Fromm and Reece Salmons each had 5 kills. Reece also had 4 blocks and 24 assists.

On Friday, the Lancers defeated Vincent Memorial. David Barrett led the Lancers with 9 kills and 3 ace serves. Jack Brady finished with 7 kills and Nick Gustafson had 5 kills. Borna Nazari had 8 digs and was solid in serve receive. Adam Nussbaum finished with 19 assists.

On Friday, April 8 the Lancers defeated last year’s open division champion, Cathedral in a hotly contested battle. Adam Gordon finished with 25 kills and a .488 hitting percentage. Chris Fromm and Cameron Burnett each had 10 kills. Cameron Burnett and David Barrett each finished with 3 blocks. Braden Salvati led the Lancers in digs with 15.  Finally, Reece Salmons had 49 assists and 13 digs.

Baseball

Our baseball team played three times during Spring Break, topped off by a 9-1 victory over LJCD on Thursday, April 14 at PETCO Park. Against the Torreys, Nick Allen went 2 for 3 with an RBI and Sterling Hayes went 2 for 4 with 2 RBI’s.  Also knocking in runs for the Lancers were Haydan Hastings, Michael Campagna and Michael Yourg. Ethan Risse pitched 5 innings allowing just three hits and one earned run. Sterling Hayes recorded the save, allowing one hit and no runs in two innings of work.

In the Lancers 5-4 loss to Bishops on Tuesday, Hayden Hastings was 2 for 4 with an RBI. On Wednesday, the Lancers lost 7-2 to Eastlake. Nick Allen led the Lancers offense going 3 for 4 at the plate.  

The Lancers will be back on Greenberg Field on Thursday, April 21 at 4pm against Santa Fe Christian.

Softball

Our softball team did not play during Spring Break. On Wednesday, April 6, the Lancers defeated Horizon Christian 3-2. Sarah Reed went 3 for 4 at the plate and pitched 10 innings and allowed just one earned run. Niki Kim and Camryn Miyahira each had two hits.  

The Lancers will travel to LJCD on Wednesday, April 21 for a 4 pm start against the Torreys.

Girls Lacrosse

Our lacrosse team did not play during Spring Break. The week before Aly Arrington and Olivia Heifetz were chosen as Players of the Week by Coach Allen for their inspired play.

Boys Golf

Our golf team did not play during play during Spring Break.  The Lancers are currently 4-2 in the Coastal League after their victory over LJCD on Wednesday, April 6 at the Del Mar Country Club.  Alan Tom was the low scorer firing a 39 on the challenging course. Josh Rodriguez shot a 40 and Chase Smallwood was next with a 41. The Lancers will be back in action on Tuesday, April 19 at Riverwalk against Pacific Ridge.

Sailing

Our sailing team competed in the Pacific Coast Championships on Saturday, April 16 and Sunday, April 17. The Lancers finished in fifth place competing against the top sailing teams in the western United States. The Lancers were in first place after day one and well on their way to capturing one the coveted bids to compete in the National Championships. To qualify, Parker needed to finish in the top four. Unfortunately, we finished just one point behind Santa Barbara 179-180 and finished in fifth. Still an amazing accomplishment based on the talent of the competition.

Competing on the A Division boat were Cole Harris, Madeleine McGrath and Jeremy McCulloch. They had 11 top ten finishes in 12 races and won the third race. Sam Merson, Athena Malcolm and Allison Silverstein competed in the B Division. They had 6 top ten finishes in their 12 races and won the sixth race. Great Job Lancers!

Boys Tennis

Our team did not play during the Spring Break. Their lost their last match against Bishops on Wednesday, April 6.  No. 1 singles player, Matthew Miller won two of his three matches. Sujan Nandipati won one set 7-6.  In doubles action, Nick Miller and Luke Tchang won a match with a 7-5 score.

The Lancers will be back in action on Tuesday, April 19 at LJCD in a pivotal Coastal League contest.

Girls Sand Volleyball

Sand volleyball lost to OLP on Thursday, April 7.

Track and Field

Our track and field teams competed on Wednesday, April 13 in the second Coastal League meet which was held at Mira Costa College. The boys team was led by Jonathan Taylor who won both the 100m and 200m races. Tanner Penrose finished in 4th in the 800m in a time of 2:19.40. Max Baez came in 1st  in the 3200 and 3rd in the 1600m.

In the girls’ 200m, Macy Hoang finished in 3rd place in a time of 29.18. and she came in 4th in the 400m. Maya Pratt-Freedman finished in 5th in the 1600m.  Sophia Gamboa came in 2nd in the 1600 (5:35.8) and 3rd in the 800m. Freshman Emme Weisenfeld came in 3rd in the 100m hurdles and won the 300m hurdles race by nearly 4 seconds in a time of 55.65. Jula Harrington won the shot put with a toss of 27-7 to win by over two feet. She also came in second in the discus. Finally, Sofia Carrillo came in fourth in the shot put.

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Week of March 28 - April 1

Girls Lacrosse

On Tuesday, March 29 our lacrosse team had a great game against Del Lago Academy.  The Lancers clinched the win with on a goal by Bella Cady with less than two minutes left in the game to win 10-9. Mary Tobin and Aly Arrington are our players of the week. Mary sparked the offense with intensity forcing turnovers and controlling the draws. Her two assists and goal were pivotal in the close game. Aly, our formidable and unselfish goalie, had seven saves, and continues to give solid leadership on the defensive end. Great job Lancers!

Boys Volleyball

Our volleyball team ran their record to 10-3 with three big wins last week.  The Lancers opened the week with a 3-0 victory over Valhalla. Chris Fromm led the team in kills with 7. Right behind him, were David Barrett and Jack Brady each with 6 kills.  

On Wednesday, the Lancers travelled to Bishops where they defeated the Knights 3-0.  Cameron Burnett led the team with 9 kills and Adam Gordon had 8 kills.  Chris Fromm and Zach Thoene each had 6 kills.  Reece Salmons and Braden Salvati each had 10 digs.  David Barrett had 3 blocks and 2 ace serves.  

Finally, on Friday, the Lancers beat a talented Eastlake team 3-1.  Adam Gordon led the way with 17 kills and 4 aces.  Chris Fromm unleashed for 8 kills and he had 7 digs.  Cameron Burnett and Zach Thoene each had 6 kills.  Setter, Reece Salmons finished with 45 assists and ran the offense flawlessly.

The #1 ranked Lancers will be back on Hillgren Court on Friday, April 8, against defending CIF Open champion, Cathedral. Game time is 5pm.

Boys Golf

Our golf team played three times last week.  On Monday, March 28, the Lancers defeated Valhalla in a nail biter 202-206. Chase Smallwood was the team's low scorer shooting a 35 on the Friars Course at Riverwalk. Alan Tom fired an even par 36. On Tuesday, the Lancers lost a close match to Santana.  Chase Smallwood was the Lancers low scorer shooting a 41 on the Carlton Oaks course.  The Lancers finished the week on Thursday with a victory over Horizon at Carmel Mountain Ranch.  Alan Tom shot a 35 to lead the Lancers and Josh Rodriguez finished at 41.

Girls Sand Volleyball

Our sand team lost to OLP on Thursday, March 31 on the courts in South Mission Beach.  Bea Thomas/Maggie Oswald, Hailey Stuart/Grace Barrett and Danielle Gerger/Hannah Blood all competed for the Lancers.

Baseball

Our baseball team is 6-5 after their three games last week.  On Tuesday, the Lancers opened the Grossmont Tournament with a tough 2-1 loss to Santana.  Both teams scored a run in the first inning and the game remained tied until the Sultans scored in the top of the 8th inning.  Sterling Hayes knocked in the one Lancer run.  Ethan Risse pitched 5 innings and allowed four hits and just one run.  Michael Campagna pitched 3 innings and gave up just two hits and no earned runs.

On Thursday, the Lancers travelled to Christian High where they lost to the Patriots 11-5.  The Lancers had nine hits, led by Nick Allen and Jimmy Chatfield who were both 2 for 3 at the plate with an RBI.

The Lancers finished the week with an 8-1 victory over Mt. Miguel on Friday on Greenberg Field.  Nick Allen was 2 for 2 with 2 RBI’s and 3 runs scored.  Michael Campagna and Jimmy Chatfield had 2 hits apiece. 

Come join us on Thursday, April 14, at 4pm as our Parker Baseball team will be playing LJCD at Petco Park. Proceeds from the game will be go to the La Costa Youth Organization. The ticket price of $15 includes an additional ticket for the Padres versus Rockies game on Sunday, June 5, at 6:10 pm. Tickets will be available at will call 1 hour before the game.

Also, be sure to follow Parker Athletics on Twitter @ParkerLancers for all athletic news, updates and to share photos using #fpsathletics.

Go Parker!

Softball

Our softball team had two big wins last week.  On Monday, March 28, the Lancers defeated Monte Vista 15-2.  Leia Mayberry and Niki Kim each had three hits.  Sarah Reed was 2 for 3 with 5 RBI’s.

On Tuesday, the Lancers defeated Hoover 13-0.  Emily Bowden had one hit and three RBI’s.  Sarah Reed went 3 for 3 with an RBI.  Danya Perket and Leena Mayberry each had 2 RBI’s.  Niki Kim and Sarah Reed pitched 5 innings allowing just two hits and no runs.

Track and Field

Our track and field teams competed in the Willie Banks Invitational on Saturday, April 2.  Our girls team was led by our 4x800m relay team of Sophia Gamboa, Frannie Lang, Maya Pratt-Freedman, and Brook Trossen who won their race over a strong field. Brooke Trossen also came in second in the 1500m in a time of 5:06.56.  Macy Hoang finished came in 10th in the 400m in a time of 1:06.75.  In the high jump, Jacqueline Ghosh came in third with a jump of 4-08 and Olivia Thorson finished in 8th at 4-04.  Finally, Jula Harrington finished in 9th in the discus with a toss of 79-11.

The boys team was led in the sprints by Jonathan Taylor who came in 6th in the 100m and 4th in the 200m.  In the 800m, Max Baez finished in 4th place with a time of 2:05.78.  Alex Olmeta came in 7th in the 3000m.

Boys Tennis

Our tennis team loss last week on Wednesday, March 30 against Del Norte.  

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Week of March 21 – March 26

Baseball

On Monday, March 21, the Lancers knocked off Otay Ranch 4-2, on Greenberg Field. Jimmy Chatfield and Michael Yourg each had two hits at the plate. Hayden Hastings had three stolen bases. Ethan Risse pitched six innings and allowed one earned run to capture the victory.

On Tuesday, the Lancers travelled to Rancho Buena Vista where they defeated the Longhorns, 10-2. The game was tied 2-2 after seven innings before the Lancers exploded with eight runs in the 8th inning. Jimmy Chatfield went 4 for 4 at the plate with 2 RBI’s and 2 runs scored. Sterling Hayes and Hayden Hastings were both 2 for 4 with 2 RBI’s. Bryce Neels was 2 for 3 with an RBI and 2 runs scored. Sterling Hayes and Austin Hutchinson pitched eight innings allowing no earned runs.

The Lancers wrapped up their week with a 4-2 loss on Wednesday to La Jolla. Jimmy Chatfield again led the Lancers with 2 hits. Nick Allen and Michael Yourg knocked in the two Lancers’ runs.

Softball

Our Lancer softball opened up the week with a 9-3 victory over Orange Glen on Monday, March 21. The Lancers scored four runs in the second and fifth inning to put the game out of reach. Sarah Reed and Camryn Miyahira were both 2 for 4 at the plate. Niki Kim and Sarah Reed pitched for the Lancers.

On Wednesday, the Lancers continued their winning ways with a 5-2 victory over Serra. Jasmine Perket was 1 for 3 with 2 RBI’s. Sarah Reed and Camryn Miyahira each had an RBI for the Lancers. Sarah also pitched seven innings and only gave up one earned run for the victory.

The Lancers finished up the week with a 8-5 victory over Helix on Thursday. The Lancers pounded out 15 hits, led by Camryn Miyahira who had three hits. Leia Mayberry and Sarah Reed each went 2 for 4 and had 2 RBI’s. Gabby Martin had three stolen bases. Courtney Kim pitched three innings and allowed no earned runs.

Girls’ Sand Volleyball

On Thursday, March 24, the Lancers lost to Bishops. Bea Thomas/Hannah Blood, Grace Barrett/Hailey Stuart and Danielle Gerger/Kiley Hooker all competed for the Lancers. The Lancers will be back in action on Thursday, March 31, against OLP.

Girls Lacrosse

Our Lacrosse team lost to Santa Fe Christian on Monday, March 21 on Lauer Field. Coach Allen was pleased with her team’s effort and attitude. The players of the week were Myla Andrews and Ana Nazari two of our senior captains. They were singled out for their leadership, intensity and compassion for their teammates.

Boys Volleyball

Our #1 ranked Boys’ Volleyball team won both of their matches last week. On Wednesday, March 23, the Lancers defeated Scripps Ranch 3-0. Cameron Burnett led the team in kills with 13 and .376 hitting percentage. Adam Gordon had 12 kills and David Barrett had 10 kills. Braden Salvati had 16 digs and was our top percentage passer. Reece Salmons finished with 45 assists and 13 digs.

On Friday, the Lancers travelled to Mt. Carmel where they defeated the Sun Devils 25-21,21-25,22-25,29-27,17-15.  Adam Gordon was on fire with 31 kills including eight in game five. Cameron Burnett finished with 15 kills/19 digs and Zach Thoene had 10 kills. AJ Nawrocki led the team with 5 blocks. Braden Salvati had 25 digs and was our top percentage passer. Finally, Reece Salmons finished with 55 assists and 12 digs.

Track and Field

Our track teams competed in the Calvin Christian Small Schools Invitational on Saturday, March 26. Our boys’ team was led by Jonathan Taylor who finished 3rd overall in the 100m in a time of 11.3. He also came in 4th in the 200m. James Greer-Gentis finished third in the 800m with a fine time of 2:07.25.  In the FR/SO 800m race, Carson Cook won the race in a time of 2:10.26 and Tanner Penrose came in second.

Our girls’ team was led by Courtney Kim who came in 5th in the girls’ 200m and 5th in the long jump. Sophia Gamboa finished in 5th in the varsity 800m in a time of 2:33.69.  In the Frosh/Soph 800m, Maya Pratt-Freedman came in 1st and Frannie Lang came in 5th.

Tennis

Our tennis team played two matches last week. On Monday, March 21 the Lancers lost to LJCD 6-12. Matt Miller and Sujan Nandipati both won two of their three sets. In doubles, Nicholas Miller/Gabriel Gross-Sable won a set for the Lancers.

On Thursday, the Lancers defeated Pacific Ridge 13-5, In singles, Matt Miller and Nicholas Miller won all three of their sets. Sujan Nandipati won 2 of his 3 sets. In doubles action, Elias Jinich/Gabriel Gross-Sable won two sets. Nikhil Kalita/Rex Winn, Daniel Leibowitz/Andrew Brown and Ashkon Aghassi/Sam Stanton each won a set.

Sports notes:

Jonathan Taylor was recently recognized as the CIF Spirit of Sport Award for San Diego. This award recognizes one male and one female student-athlete during each season of sport. Student-athletes are selected based on exemplary sportsmanship, school/community service and leadership.

On Thursday, April 14, at 4pm Parker Baseball team will be playing LJCD at Petco Park. Proceeds from the game will be go to the La Costa Youth Organization. The ticket price of $15 includes an additional ticket for the Padres versus Rockies game on Sunday, June 5, at 6:10 pm.

Please email petcobaseball@francisparker.org to order your tickets. Please give us your name, your student's name and the number of tickets you would like.  All billing will be done through student billing. The last day to order tickets will be on Tuesday, April 5. Tickets will be available for pickup at the Athletics Department for Middle School and Upper School beginning Wednesday, April 6 to April 8. Tickets not picked up by April 8 will be available at the stadium Will Call.

Lower School families can pick up tickets anytime between now and April 8 while supplies last at the lower school office.

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Week of March 14 - 19

Baseball

Our baseball team is 3-2 after their three games last week in the Saints Tournament. On Tuesday, March 15, the Lancers travelled to San Marcos where they defeated the Knights 7-1. Ethan Risse pitched four innings allowing just one run for the victory. Evan Stewart pitched two innings of shutout ball to earn the save. Sterling Hayes went 4 for 5 at the plate with a RBI and 2 runs scored.

On Wednesday, in front a good crowd including at least ten scouts, the Lancers lost 2-0 to St. Augustines in a well-pitched game for both teams. Kendall Burnett pitched five innings allowing just three hits and two runs. Sterling Hayes pitched two innings and gave up no runs and had four strikeouts.

The Lancers closed out the week with 9-4 loss to St. Augustines in the final game of the Bill Whitacker Tournament. Nick Allen was 2 for 3 with two runs scored and Michael Campagna went 1 for 3 with 2 RBI’s.

Softball

Our softball team played two games last week. On Tuesday, March 15, the Lancers lost 3-2 to Mission Bay. Both teams scored two runs in the fourth inning and the game remained tied until the Buccaneers scored the winning run in the bottom of the 7th inning. Gabby Martin and Kennedy Kidd both were 1 for 3 with an RBI. Niki Kim pitched 6.1 innings allowing just two earned runs.

On Thursday, the Lancers lost 17-10 to Gulliver Prep (Florida). Emily Bowden was 2 for 4 with three RBI’s and Camryn Miyahira went 2 for 3 with three RBI’s and three runs scored.

The Lancers will be back on Kidd-Wohlford Field on Wednesday, March 23, at 4pm.

Girls LAX

The Girls' Varsity Lacrosse team bounced back from a loss against Mission Bay to earn the win over La Jolla Country Day. The Lancers played cohesively on defense, kept possession, and controlled the pace of the game with exceptional midfield transitions.

Sarah Mehrberg and Bella Cady are the Lancers' Players of the week. Sarah was relentless on both offense and defense. With her draw controls and forced turnovers, the team was able to capitalize and eventually pull away against La Jolla Country Day. Bella Cady continued to create shooting opportunities, and had a total of 8 goals last week. Great job everyone!

Boys Volleyball

Our #1 ranked Boys Volleyball team went 3-3 last week. On Wednesday, March 16, the Lancers defeated Grossmont 3-0. Adam Gordon led the Lancers with 9 kills and a .583 hitting percentage. Chris Fromm contributed with 5 kills and Cameron Burnett had 7 kills. Braden Salvati led the team in digs with 10.

On Friday and Saturday the Lancers played in the Orange County Championships and finished in 7th place. Adam Gordon led the team in kills with 39 and Cameron Burnett had 29. David Barrett, Chris Fromm, and Zach Thoene all had 17 kills for the Lancers. Braden Salvati led the team in digs and Reece Salmons led in assists and blocks. Bryan Golemb, Borna Nazari, and Jack Brady also were instrumental to the team’s success.

The Lancers will be back in action, Wednesday, March 23 against Scripps Ranch at 5:15pm.

Track and Field

Our Track and Field teams competed two times last week. On Wednesday, March 16, the Lancers competed in the first Coastal league meet of the season. On the girls’ side, Giselle Alota came in fourth in the 100m and 5th in the 200m. Courtney Kim came in 3rd in the 200m. In the 800m, Sophia Gamboa and Frannie Lang came in first and second. Brooke Trossen won the 1600m in a time of 5:37.80. Olivia Thorson came in 3rd in the 100m hurdles and 4th in the 300m hurdles. Our 4x400 relay team of Macy Hoang, Sophia Gamboa, Courtney Kim and Maya Pratt-Freedman came in first with a time of 4:38.74. Finally, Jula Harrington came in second in the shot and discus.

Our boys’ team was led by Jonathan Taylor who won both the 100m and 200m. Carson Cook came in 2nd in the 800m in a time of 2:17.19. Max Baez won the 1600m in a time of 4:56.78. The 4x400 relay team of Jonathan Taylor, Ryan Zupkas, Theodore Sacamay and Alex Olmeta won their race in a time of 4:05.56. Finally, Cameron Miller won both the shot and the discus.

On Saturday, the Lancers competed in the Elmer Runge Invitational. The top finishers for the team were Jonathan Taylor, 5th in the 100m, Sophia Gamboa, 4th in the 1600m and Carson Cook 1st in the 1600m. Max Baez set the Parker school record in the mile run in a time of 4:33.

Golf

Our Boys’ Golf team won all three of their matches last week. On Monday, March 14, the Lancers defeated Pacific Ridge. Alan Tom was the low scorer with a 40 on the front nine at Aviara Country Club. Chase Smallwood and Connor Smith both shot 41. On Tuesday, the Lancers defeated Horizon 202-256. Alan Tom was again the low scorer firing a one over par 37 on the Friars Course at Riverwalk. Chase Smallwood and Connor Smith each shot a 41. Finally on Thursday, the Lancers defeated Uni City. Alan Tom shot an even par 36. Nicholas Trimble, Chase Smallwood and Calvin Woods all shot a 42.

Boys Tennis

Our Boys Tennis team split their two matches last week. On Tuesday, March 15, the Lancers defeated San Diego Jewish Academy 11-7. In singles, Sujan Nandipati won two of his three sets. In doubles action, the Lancers won all nine of their sets. Matthew Miller/Ashkon Aghassi, Nick Miller/Gab Gross-Sable and Luke Tchang/Rex Winn all won their three sets.

On Wednesday, the Lancers lost to Coronado. In singles Matthew Miller won two of his three sets and Nick Miller won a set. The other Lancers’ point was scored by the doubles team of Nikhil Kalita/Sujan Nandipati.

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Week of March 7 - 12

Baseball

Our baseball team got off to a 1-0 start with their 6-0, shutout victory over University City on Wednesday, March 9. Kendall Burnett was dominant on the mound, pitching four innings of no hit baseball. Michael Yourg was 2 for 3 at the plate with 3 RBI’s and Michael Campagna was 3 for 3 in his varsity debut.

Softball

Our softball team is 3-2 after their three games last week. On Wednesday, March 9 the Lancers won 11-8 after a walk off grand slam in the bottom of the 7th by Leia Mayberry. Courtney Kim was 2 for 4 at the plate with 5 RBI’s and was the winning pitcher.  

On Thursday, March 10, the Lancers defeated Mission Bay, 10-3. Niki Kim went 3 for 4 at the plate with an RBI. Sarah Reed was 2 for 3 with 2 runs scored. In addition, she allowed three runs in six innings on the mound for the victory.

On Saturday, March 12, the Lancers lost a slugfest 14-11 to Coronado. The Lancers pounded out 16 hits. Niki Kim went 3 for 4 at the plate. Danya Perket, Leena Mayberry, Jasmine Perket, Annie Stanton and Camryn Miyahira all had two hits. Camryn led the team with 3 RBI’s.

Girls Sand Volleyball

Our Lancer Sand Volleyball team opened up their beach season winning one of their three matches against Point Loma on Thursday, March 10. Maggie Oswald and Hannah Blood won their match 26-24 and 21-19. Bea Thomas/Sien Gallop and Grace Barrett/Hailey Stuart competed on Saturday, March 12 in the Sand Diego County Beach Tournament in Carlsbad.  Bea/Sien came in second in their pool and Grace/Hailey finished up third in the Silver Division.

Boys Volleyball

Our Boys’ Volleyball team started their season with two big wins last week. On Wednesday, March 9, the Lancers defeated St. Augustines 25-21, 25-15, 25-16. Outside hitters, Adam Gordon and Cameron Burnett, each had ten kills to lead the team. Chris Fromm had 6 kills and a .857 kill percentage.  Setter, Reece Salmons led the high-flying offense with 46 assists and he had 4 blocks.

On Friday, the Lancers travelled to Rancho Bernardo were they defeated the Broncos three games to one. Cameron Burnett led the offense with 16 kills. Adam Gordon had 12 kills and David Barrett had 10 kills. Libero, Braden Salvati had 11 digs and was solid in serve receive. Reece Salmons had 56 assists.  

Boys Golf  

Our Boys’ Golf team won their first match on Tuesday, March 8 against LJCD. Chase Smallwood was the low scorer firing a 40 on the Friars Course at Riverwalk. Right behind him were Connor Smith (41) and Alan Tom (42). Josh Rodriquez, Nicholas Trimble and Calvin Woods all contributed to the Lancers big win.

Girls Lacrosse

The Varsity Girls' Lacrosse team started the season with games against Pacific Ridge and Ramona last week. Led by captains Myla Andrews, Ana Nazari, Solana Chatfield and Aly Arrington, the Lancers, took advantage of several fast breaks and solidified as a defensive unit. Our players of the week were Marissa Wolfsheimer, who was tenacious on the defense taking charge with ten ground balls and turnovers, and Solana Chatfield, who jumpstarted the offense and put two goals in the back of the net for both games.

Although the Lancers fell short of victory, the team showed much potential with speed, agility and shots on goal. Sophomore, Bella Cady had an exceptional first game back after her injury last year netting five goals against Ramona. We are looking forward to a great season!

Boys Lacrosse

On Thursday, 3/10, our Boys’ Lacrosse team defeated Army-Navy 12-2 on Lauer Field. The Lancers will be back in action on Wednesday, March 16, when they travel to Helix High to play the Highlanders.

Boys Tennis

Our tennis team played to very good high school tennis teams last week.  On Tuesday, March 8 the Lancers lost to St. Augustines 13-5, and on Thursday, they lost a 9-9 tiebreaker against La Jolla.

Sport Shorts:

Our Trainer, Niki Dehner, was recognized as the SD High School's Athletic Trainer Association's -Athletic Trainer of the Year. 

Marc Theibach earned his 300th win against Escondido Charter this past season with girls' soccer.

Congratulations to Drey Gerger for being selected as a 2015-16 Scholar-Leader Athlete by the National Football Foundation - Walter Zable San Diego Chapter.

On Thursday, April 14, at 4pm Parker Baseball team will be playing LJCD at Petco Park. Proceeds from the game will be go to the La Costa Youth Organization. The ticket price of $15 includes an additional ticket for the Padres versus Rockies game on Sunday, June 5, at 6:10 pm.

Please email petcobaseball@francisparker.org to order your tickets. Please give us your name, your student's name and the number of tickets you would like.  All billing will be done through student billing. The last day to order tickets will be on Tuesday, April 5. Tickets will be available for pickup at the Athletics Department for Middle School and Upper School beginning Wednesday, April 6 to April 8. Tickets not picked up by April 8 will be available at the stadium Will Call.

Lower School families can download the order form and return the completed form with payment to the Lower School front office by Tuesday, April 5. Tickets will be available for pick up at Lower School beginning Wed, April 6 to Friday, April 8. 

Thanks for your support and Go Parker!

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