Parker Sports Wrap
The Girls' Lacrosse team had two tough games over Spring break. On Wednesday, April 16, the Lancers defeated La Jolla Country Day School in overtime 12-11. On Friday the Lancers lost to Pacific Ridge 4 -13. Nancy Mendez led the Lancers with 8 total goals. Corinne Nixon scored 4 goals and Solana Chatfield found the back of the net for two goals.
The Lancers will be back in action on Wednesday, April 23 against Bishops. Game time is 3:30pm.
On Monday, April 7, the Lancers lost to Pt. Loma 8-0. Our team played even with the Pointers for the first three innings before they scored five runs in the fourth inning. Emily Bowden, Kennedy Kidd, and Sonia Aceves each had a hit for the Lancers.
In their Coastal league opener on Wednesday, April 9, the Lancers lost to Horizon 9-7. Parker's offense was lead by Rebecca Dvorak who went 3-4 at the plate with an RBI. Sarah Reed was 3 for 5 with an RBI and 2 runs scored. Sarah Ogle and Courtney Kim each had 2 hits.
Our squad played four games in the Lyons Tournament last week. On Monday, April 14, the Lancers pulled out an exciting 8-7 victory in nine innings. The Eagles score two runs in the top of the ninth before Nick Allen hit a walk off double in the bottom of the inning to win the game. In addition, he was 4 for 6 from the plate with 3 RBI’s. Nate Glasser, Haydan Hastings, and Jonah Davis all contributed two hits in the big win. Austin Rogers was 1 for 2 with 2 RBI’s and 2 runs scored.
The Lancers improved their record to 10-5 with a 4-3 victory over Paramount on Tuesday. Ephraim Steigerwald was 2 for 3 at the plate with 2 RBI’s. Nick Allen was hit by a pitch in the bottom of the 7th to force in the winning run. Jake Wiegand pitched six innings and allowed just two earned runs. On Wednesday with their pool win already assured, the Lancers lost to Scripps Ranch, 7-1. Jake Wiegand was 2 for 3 at the plate. Joseph Pasquill and Austin Rogers each had an RBI.
The Lancers advanced to the 6A semifinals where they lost 6-3 to Partrick Henry. Hayden Hastings was 2 for 4 at the plate with an RBI. Grant Shives pitched three innings striking out five with no earned runs.
Track and Field
Our track and field team competed in a non-scoring meet on Thursday, April 18. Kevin Rodin had the fifth fastest time in the 100m. In the 200m, Chistian Sourapas won in a time of 22.7 and Ayman Mayberry came in second with a time of 23.2. Noah Gamboa and Jason Tyler came in one, two in the 400m. Jason also came in second in the 800m with a time of 2:11.14 and Grayson Lang had a time in 2:14. Max Baez came in second in the 1600m and fourth in the 3200m. Sammy Rodriguez had the fastest time in the 300m hurdles in a time of 45.18.
On the girls side Anna Gamboa came in second in the 100m and Meredith Wiggins came in fourth. Cristina Clark ran the 400m in a time of 1:06.5. Charlotte Schmidt came in fourth in the 800m. Gwennie Gardiner came in third in the 100m hurdles in a time of 18.02 and first in the 300m hurdles. In the field events Ysa Sawaya threw the shot 25’3, good enough for fourth place. Caroline Sanborn and Jenny Furrer each went 13 feet in the long jump.
Our volleyball team improved their record to 13-11 after their nine matches in Las Vegas last week. The Lancers had big wins over Grossmont, Ramona, Rancho (LV), Cimarron (LV), and Sylmar. Alex Chambers led the team with 84 kills and 12.5 blocks. Freshman, Adam Gordon came on strong late in the tourney and ended up with 50 kills. Derek Polk had 7 ace serves and had a serve in % of 93.2. In addition, he led the team with 57 digs. Andres Boyance had 27 kills and a team leading hitting percentage of .305. Braden Salvati filled in nicely for the injured Cameron Burnett and ended up with 17 kills and 21 digs. Finally, Reece Salmons ended up with 191 assists, 8.5 blocks, and 27 digs.
The Lancers will be back in action on Hillgren Court on Friday, April 25, against Eastlake.
on Wednesday April 23 at 08:43AM
The Girls' Lacrosse team lost two tough games last week against Grossmont and The Bishop's School. Varsity goalie, Ali Arrington, had 5 saves against Grossmont and 10 saves against Bishops. Two JV players, Alex Bloom and Simone Tift, stepped up to fill in at the goalie position and were amazing!
The scoring leaders for varsity last week were Hannah Schneider (6) and Nancy Mendez (6), and for JV, the leaders were Emily Sartou (3) and Nathalie Espinosa-DaSilva (3).
On Monday, March 31, Parker traveled to El Cajon to face a strong Valhalla team. In one of their best games of the season the Lancers prevailed 5-3. Every player made a contribution to the victory. The offense was lead by our captains with senior Rebecca Dvorak going 2-4 with 2 RBIs and sophomore Kennedy Kidd going 2-4 with 2 RBIs as well.
Defensively the Lancers played one of their best games of the year in the field. Junior pitcher Sarah Ogle went the distance keeping Valhalla off balance for most of the game.
The tennis team had a tough week of competition. On Tuesday, April 1, the Lancers played the best team they have faced all season, Del Norte. The Nighthawks had much greater depth with three new high-level freshmen joining an already strong team. The Lancers lost 16-2. On Thursday, the team played St. Augustine. Down several starters due to the Robotics trip, the team battled valiantly but ultimately did not have the firepower to keep up. Parker lost 11-7. The Lancers open Coastal League action on Wednesday, April 9, with a match with against Bishops.
Our volleyball team played three matches last week. On Tuesday, April 1, the Lancers defeated Valhalla 3-0. Alec Chambers led the offense with 15 kills on 32 swings. In addition, he made 24 of 24 serves and four of them were aces. Freshman, Adam Gordon had 8 kills on 16 swings. Cameron Burnett led the team with 8 digs.
On Wednesday, the Lancers lost a close one to Cathedral. The Lancers jumped out to a big early lead in each game only to see the Dons rally back and win. Defensively Derrick Polk and Reece Salmons each had 14 digs. Braden Salvati had 9 digs and was our top percentage passer.
Finally, the Lancers played their best match of the year in a five game victory at Rancho Bernardo last Friday. The Lancers won the second and fourth games setting up the pivotal fifth game. Cameron Burnett played his best match of the year with 19 kills and 16 digs. Alec Chambers hammered down 17 kills and Adam Gordon had 13. Setter Reece Salmons had 54 assists and 13 digs. The Lancers will play just one match this week at Mira Mesa before playing in the Las Vegas Invitational on April 14-15.
The Lancers improved their record to 6-4 with their two victories last week. On Monday, March 31 they defeated Christian High 8-4. Jake Wiegand went 3 for 4 with two triples and 3 RBI’s. Jonathan Vizcaino went 2 for 4 with a run scored and a RBI. Nick Allen was 1 for 3 with 3 RBI’s. Grant Shives pitched five strong innings allowing just two runs.
On Friday the Lancers pounded out 12 hits in a 14-4 victory over Clairemont High. Jack Benoit, Nate Glasser, Hayden Hastings, Jonah Davis, and Nick Allen each had two hits. Jonah had 4 RBI’s and 3 runs scored. Hayden and Nate both had a triple and 3 RBI’s. Jonathan Vizcaino pitched three innings and allowed no earned runs for the victory.
The Lancers will open Coastal League play on Tuesday, April 8, against LJCD at Petco Park. Game time is 5pm.
on Wednesday April 9 at 08:20AM
The Girls' Lacrosse team played in two tough games last week. The varsity team earned a win over Monte Vista 13-8 on Thursday, March 27 and lost 15-16 to Patrick Henry High School on Tuesday, March 25.
Nancy Mendez, who scored 13 goals last week, and Serena Romaya who scored 5 goals led the Lancers. For JV, Solana Chatfield scored a total of 6 goals, and Nicole Keeney scored 2 goals against Monte Vista.
Our tennis team travelled to Pacific Ridge for their Coastal League opener on Wednesday, March 26. The Lancers lost 12-6 to the Firebirds. Sophomore, Gabe Gross-Sable helped propel the team in singles with two victories. Unfortunately Pacific Ridge was too strong and too deep. The Lancers will meet them again later in the season as they look to avenge the loss.
Parker softball is making progress and is getting better with each game; soon the results will show up on the scoreboard. The team made positive progress in its game on Thursday, March 27. Parker Softball is playing tough competition in order to prepare itself for success once the Coastal League schedule starts.
On Tuesday, March 27, the Lancers lost to Clairmont, 14-4. Parker rallied back from 4 runs down to tie the game at 4-4 but the Chieftans team took advantage of their opportunities. The Lancer offense was lead by Rebecca Dvorak (2-3 and 2 RBIs) and Sonia Aceves (2-3).
On Thursday, Parker lost to Hilltop, 9-3. The Lancer bats came alive for 11 hits in this game and had many runners on base. Good defensive plays by Hilltop limited Parker's big innings. Parker's defense had a better day as well. The offense was led again by Rebecca Dvorak (3-4 and 3 RBIs), Sarah Reed (3-4), and Jasmine Perket (2-3).
Our baseball team is 4-4 after their three games last week. On Monday, March 24 the Lancers defeated Lincoln 25-0. At the plate the Lancers pounded out 19 hits. They were led by Nick Allen who was 3-5, with 3RBI’s, Grant Shives 3-4, 4 RBI’s, and Ryan Risse 3-4, 4 RBI’s. In addition, Grant pitched 7 innings of shutout ball, allowing just three hits.
On Wednesday, the Lancers lost 6-0 at Serra. The Conquistador’s pitcher was in control allowing just two Parker hits by Nate Glasser and Jonah Davis. On Thursday, the Lancers lost a nail bitter 5-4 in eight innings to Coronado. Parker was down 4-0 going in the bottom of the 7th. Jonah Davis hit a three run homerun to tie the score and send the game into extra innings. Jonathon Vizcaino pitched 8 innings allowing four earned runs and was stellar on the mound from the fourth inning on.
Track and Field
It was another wonderful week for Parker Track. On Saturday, March 29, the Lancers traveled to Escondido HS for the Calvin Christian Small School Invitational. Southern California’s largest small school track meet saw Parker athletes walk away with four medals. Jordan Genmark-Heath, Christian Sourapas, Max Baez, and Gwennie Gardiner all climbed the podium. Jordan captured the gold medal in the Frosh/Soph 100m in a time of 11.67s. Christian won the Bronze in the Varsity 100m with a time of 11.53s. Max captured double gold medals in the Frosh/Soph 800m and 1600m with times of 2:09 and 4:55 respectively. Gwennie, a first year hurdler, ran the 100m hurdles in a time of 19.56 to capture a bronze medal. Great Job Lancers!
The Lancers are into the heart of their Western League schedule with three leagues matches last week. The Lancers lost close matches to Scripps Ranch, La Jolla, and St. Augustine. Against Saints, on Friday, March 28, the Lancers lost 15-13 in game five in an exciting well-played match.
On the week, Alec Chambers led the team in kills with 35. Right behind him were Adam Gordon with 33 kills and Cameron Burnett with 27. Derek Polk led the team with 45 digs and Reece Salmons had 108 assists. Against Saints, Andre Boyance had 7 kills in 7 swings and had 4 blocks. Also the Lancers missed just three serves in 93 attempts.
On Tuesday, March 25 the Lancers beat Pacific Ridge 207-213 at Riverwalk in our team’s lowest score of the season. Alan Tom was the low scorer of the match, shooting a round of 38.
On Wednesday, the Lancers played 18 holes against Grossmont @ Admiral Baker Golf Course coming out on top 437-460. A very satisfying win in difficult weather conditions with both wind and rain.
On Thursday the Lancers defeated Helix at Mission Trails. The boys improved their lowest team score by 6 strokes, shooting a 201 in their victory. Senior Chris Miyahira was the low score medalist with a 38.
On Thursday, March 26, our sand volleyball team, lost to OLP at South Mission. Competing for the Lancers were Brianna Goldberg/ Alex Deddeh, Madeleine Casey/Jona Plevin, and Alex Hightower/Alison Emge. The Lancers will be back in action on Monday, April 7 against Eastlake at the Olympic Training Center.
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Our softball team played three matches last week. On Tuesday, March 18, the Lancers defeated High Tech High 18-7. Sarah Ogle, who had 4 hits and 4 RBI’s, paced the offense. The Lancers racked up 16 hits including two each from Sarah Reed (4 RBI’s), Rebecca Dvorak (3 RBI’s), Kennedy Kidd, and Emily Bowden.
On Thursday, the Lancers opened up the Hilltop Tournament with a loss to a strong Otay Ranch team. Sara Reed had the lone RBI for the squad. On Saturday, the Lancers loss a close game 4-1 to Steele Canyon. The Lancers hit the ball hard but could only come up with two hits. Camryn Miyahira had one hit and an RBI. Finally, Sara Reed went 2 for 3 at the plate in the Lancers loss to Southwest Saturday afternoon.
The baseball team improved their record to 3-2 with a 3-1 victory over Chula Vista. Nick Allen went 2 for 2 at the plate and scored a run. Hayden Hastings was 1 for 3 with an RBI and Ephraim Steigerwald was 1 for 2 with a double. Jonathan Vizcaino made three sterling plays at third base for the Lancers. Austin Rogers pitched 4 innings and allowed just 2 hits and 1 run.
Our sand volleyball team defeated Scripps Ranch 3-0 on Thursday, March 30. Brianna Goldberg and Jenn Wineholt won 21-19, 21-13. Madeleine Casey and Nicole Magbanua won their match 21-19, 21-10. Finally, Alex Hightower and Allison Emge won 21-12, 21-15. The Lancers will compete against OLP on Thursday, March 27.
On Tuesday, March 18, the Lancers defeated Horizon 210-270 at Mission Trails GC. Connor Smith and Alan Tom each fired a 40 in the big win. On Thursday, the Lancers travelled to La Costa GC where they lost to Pacific Ridge on what turned out to be a challenging course.
Our lacrosse team is 1-2 after their two matches last week. On the season, Nancy Mendez-Lozano leads the Lancers with 7 goals. Corrine Nixon has 5 goals and Hannah Schneider has found the back of the net 4 times. Goalie, Aly Arrington has made 13 saves for the Lancers. Solana Chatfield leads the JV team with 6 goals and goalie Marissa Wolfsheimer has made 8 saves.
The Lancers will be back in action on Lauer Field on Tuesday, March 25, at 4:30pm against Patrick Henry and Thursday, March 27, at 5:45pm against Monte Vista.
The tennis team played well last week going 1-1. On Tuesday, March 18, the Lancers defeated Santa Fe Christian 12-6. The highlight performance was by the sophomore duo of Rex Winn and Sam Stanton. In their third set, the team defeated the top doubles squad from the Eagles in a tiebreaker 7-6. Sam hit an ace to close the set.
On Thursday, the team lost a close battle to Point Loma 10-8. To help the Lancers, Pedro Gallardo and Spencer Collins played with confidence and energy, winning all three doubles sets convincingly (6-2, 6-1, and 6-0). Unfortunately, the Lancers still fell short in a hard fought battle. Overall, the team is improving in the quality of play and hopes to have a successful week as league play begins soon.
Swim has started off their season strong with meets against El Cajon High, Grossmont High, and Cathedral. Haley Braner and Justin Washabaugh both had some great first place races. Haley Braner, Marissa Turner, Isabele Levesque, Marisa Turner, and Justin Washabaugh all have broken the old Parker records with amazing times, and Parker Swim is excited for the rest of the season!
Our volleyball team went 4-3 last week. On Wednesday, March 19, the Lancers opened up Coastal League play with a four game victory over University City. Alec Chambers led the team with 14 kills. Adam Gordon and Cameron Burnett had 10 and 9 kills respectively. Setter, Reece Salmons led the team in assists with 40 and Derek Polk had 9 digs.
On Friday and Saturday, the Lancers played in the Orange County Championships. The Lancers opened up pool play with a three game sweep over Irvine High. The Lancers also had three game victories over Costa Mesa and Canyon High.
Alec Chambers had 51 kills for the tournament to lead the team. Right behind him were Adam Gordon and Cameron Burnett who each racked up 47 kills. Andres Boyance ended up with 11 kills and 6 blocks. Reece Salmons had 156 assists and 11 ace serves. Derek Polk led the team in digs with 32 and was the top percentage passer. Daniel Jacobsen played solid volleyball throughout the tournament. The Lancers will play on Thursday, March 27, on Hillgren Court against La Jolla.
Track and Field
On Thursday, March 20, our track and field teams competed against Sage Creek. On the boys’ side, Ayman Mayberry ran a 10.83 in the100m and Christian Sourapas had a fine time of 22.9 in the 200m. Max Baez dominated in the 800m, 1600m, and 3200m races. Sammy Rodriguez and Andy Bickel led the Lancers in the 110m and 330m hurdles. Tommy Bancroft tossed the shot put 37’1” and Mickey Miller was right behind him at 35’7”
Meredith Wiggins and Maggie Oswald led the girls in the sprints. Christina Clark, Natalie Schmidt, and Charlotte Schmidt were outstanding in the middle distances. Gwennie Gardiner was the top 110m runner with a time of 19.6 and 330m hurdle time of 53.2. Ysa Sawaya won the shot with a toss of 25’5”.
On Saturday, the Lancers competed in the Elmer Runge Classic at Patrick Henry High. Noah Gamboa had the fastest 400m with a time of 52.46. Jason Tyler came in second in the F/S 400m with a time of 52.84 and third in the 800m in a time of 2:03.79. Emma Moore came in second in the F/S 1600m in a time of 5:41.55. Finally, Max Baez won the 1600m in a time of 4:36.21. Great Job Lancers.
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Our girls’ soccer team won three games last week and in the process won the Southern California Regional Championships at Warren High School in Downey. The Lancers finished the season with a 26-1-2 overall record.
On Monday, March 10, the Lancers opened with a 3-0 victory over St. Margaret’s. Sasha Stephens scored two goals and Gwennie Gardiner added the other. Elisa Martinez had one assist. Goalkeeper Soren Hansen recorded her 15th shutout of the year.
On Wednesday, the Lancers travelled to Bakersfield Christian where they beat the Eagles 5-0. Elisa Martinez scored two goals and had one assist. Amy Brown, Natalie Schmidt, and Sasha Stephens all found the back of the net for one goal each.
On Friday, the Lancers defeated a very strong Marymount team 3-2 in a exciting, well played game. Sasha Stephens scored two goals, including the game winner with twenty minutes left in the game. She ended up with a school record 44 goals on the season. Natalie Schmidt scored the other goal for the Lancers. Elisa Martinez had two more assists, which gives her a team leading 32 for the season. Congratulations Lancers!
Our basketball team finished up their season with a 54-38 loss to Foothills (Santa Ana) in the first round of the state playoffs. Evan Fitzner led the team in scoring with 21 points. He was recently chosen as the Coastal League MVP and was honored on the first team all-county.
The Lancers ended their season with an overall record of 26-6. They won the Coastal League title and made it all the way to the CIF DII championship game.
Our softball team was busy last week playing six games. The Lancers lost to Steele Canyon and Horizon to start the week, then stormed back to win three games in a row to qualify for the finals of the Warkhawk Tournament. On Friday, March 14, Parker got its first win by shutting out Christian High 16-0. The offense was lead by sophomore third baseman Sarah Reed who went 4-4 with 2 RBI’s on the day. Sarah Ogle pitched a 2 hit shutout to help the Lancers to the victory.
On Saturday, March 15th, the Lancers were playing in an elimination game and started off with a bang by topping Morse High School, 14-4. Senior catcher, Rebecca Dvorak led the offense with a triple, home run, and 6 RBIs. Freshman pitcher Courtney Kim got her first high school win as the Lancers advanced.
Game two was a rematch of an earlier season loss versus league rival Horizon. Parker started slow and was down 8-2 but rallied for 9 runs in the top of the 6th inning to take the lead. Sonia Aceves gave Parker the lead with a 3 run home run to help complete the comeback and seal the victory.
Parker had a seesaw battle in the championship game with tournament host, Madison, but the Warhawks prevailed with a 5-4 victory. It was an exciting game especially considering the Lancers played with only nine players. The Lancers earned a runner-up trophy and lots of smiles in their first tournament of the season!
Our baseball team ran their record to 2-2 after their three games last week. On Monday, March 10, the Lancers defeated Mission Bay 15-0. Parker pounded out 18 hits in the big victory, led by Nick Allen with three hits. Seven other Lancers had two hits apiece. Jonathan Vizcaino pitched four innings of one hit ball.
On Wednesday, March 12, the Lancers continued their winning ways with a 9-5 victory over University City. Nate Glasser led the team, going 3 for 3 with 2 doubles and 6 RBI’s. Grant Shives pitched five innings of shutout ball and allowed just three hits.
Finally, on Friday, March 14, the Lancers lost a tight 4-2 game to St. Augustines. Jonah Davis and Jonathan Vizcaino each had two hits. Jake Wiegand was 1 for 2 with 2 RBI’s. The Lancers will be back in action on Wednesday, March 19, against Chula Vista, on Greenberg Field in the Saints Tournament.
Our Lancer volleyball team opened up with a 25-18, 25-21, 25-22 victory over 2013 CIF DI finalist Eastlake. Alec Chambers and Adam Gordon led the offense with 8 kills. Sophomore, outside hitter Cameron Burnett pounded out 6 kills and was solid in serve receive. Andre Boyance made his presence felt in the middle with 4 kills and 2 blocks. Sophomore setter, Reece Salmons started his first match and recorded 30 assists. Libero, Derek Polk was all of over the court and had 7 digs.
The Lancers will be back in action on Wednesday, March 19 at Uni City.
Track and Field
Our track teams got out of the blocks on Friday, March 14, at the Crusader Classic. On the boys’ side, Ayman Mayberry looks to be in midseason form clocking a 11.15 100m split. Christian Sourapas had a 200m relay split time of 23.56. The top 400m split time was recorded by Noah Gamboa in a time of 54.82. Max Baez recorded a fine time of 2’20.91 in the 800m. Andy Bickel was tops in the 110m hurdles in a time of 17.9.
In the field events, Tommy Bancroft let our shot putters with a toss of 36’10”. Mickey Miller and Nick Rauch were our top discus throwers. In the long jump, Christian Sourapas and Jordan Heath-Genmark were both over 19 feet.
Our girls team was led by sprinters Meredith Wiggins, Makayla Aziz, and Milan Weatherspoon. The Lancers top performers in the middle distances were Emma Moore and Ali Oswald. In the throwing events, Kira Oson and Ysa Sawaya led the charge. Our top jumpers were Jenny Furrer and Caroline Sanborn. Our team will be back in action on Saturday, March 22 at Patrick Henry.
The Parker tennis team had a tough week of competition. On Tuesday, March 11, the Lancers were outplayed by a stronger and deeper team from Scripps Ranch, losing 15-3. Sophomore Matthew Miller was the only Lancer to win, defeating all three singles players with conviction and confidence.
Parker traveled to Coronado on Wednesday with renewed energy. The match was incredibly close all the way until the final set. Because the match was tied at 9-9, the winner was determined by games. Coronado edged Parker by a mere 3 games. Great performances by the second doubles team of Spencer Collins and Pedro Gallardo who won two critical sets. An injured Hamilton Southworth fought through the pain for a late win giving the team a chance. Even though the team lost, the team competed at a high level.
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On Tuesday, March 4, the Lancers lost 3-2 to Granite Hills in the CIF DII semifinals against Granite Hills. Sasha Stephens had a goal and an assist. The other goal was scored by freshman, Brooke Trossen.
The Lancers advanced to the Southern California Regional Championships where they won their quarterfinal game, 3-0, over St. Margarets. Sasha Stephens scored two goals and Gwennie Gardiner had the other. Soren Hansen made four saves in goal to secure the shutout for the Lancers.
Our team will travel to Bakersfield Christian on Wednesday, 3/12. Game time is 4pm.
Our basketball team advanced to the CIF DII championships with a hard fought 55-46 victory over Steele Canyon on Tuesday, March 4. Evan Fitzner led the team with 22 points and 10 rebounds. Andrew Cross had 13 points and 3 steals. Michael Pelaiz chipped in 11 points in the big win.
With the victory the Lancers advanced to the finals where they lost to Mater Dei 55-46. Evan Fitzner finished with 16 points and 10 rebounds. Khaleel Jenkins had 12 points and 8 rebounds.
The Lancers will open the state playoffs against Foothills (Santa Ana) on Hillgren Court on Wednesday, 3/12, at 7pm.
Our surf team competed in their last regular season surf contest on a beautiful day at La Jolla Shores on Sunday, March 9. Ryan Frazee, Ryan Irving, and Alec Walsh competed in the boys’ short board. Ryan Frazee, Jonathan Vizcaino, and Ryan Irving competed in the long board. Irving finished in 4th place overall. Jennifer Irving competed in the short board and came in 5th overall in the long board.
The Lancers will compete in the State Championships on Monday, April 7.
Our golf team got off to a great start with two non-league wins last week. On Tuesday, March 4, the Lancers defeated High Tech High
213-245. Fred Copley fired an even par 36 at Riverwalk to lead the Lancers. On Wednesday, squad continued to roll with a 217-254 victory over Helix High. Fred was again the low score medalist with another even par round.
The boys’ tennis team opened its week with a victory over San Diego Jewish Academy 15-3. Sophomore Matthew Miller, our number one singles player, played well and won all three sets with a particularly impressive victory over the number one player 6-4. Doubles teams dominated and did not lose a set. On Thursday, the Varsity team lost to a tough team from Cathedral 13-5. Impressive performance again from Matthew Miller who won all three sets against three very good singles players: 6-4, 6-0, 7-5. The doubles teams of Rex Winn / Pedro Gallardo and Chase Smallwood/Andrew Smith each won one set.
Our softball team opened up their season on Wednesday, March 5 with a 10-10 tie with Madison. The game was called on the account of darkness after seven innings. The Lancers pounded out 10 hits. Kennedy Kidd was 2 for 2 with 3 runs scored. Rebecca Dvorak was 2 for 3 with 2 runs scored. Courtney Kim was 2 for 3 with 2RBI’s. Finally, Sonia Aceves was 1 for 3 with a double and 3 RBI’s.
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Our girls’ season ended on Tuesday, Feb. 25 in El Central in the first round of the CIF D3 playoffs. Esin Gumustekin led the Lancers in scoring with 10 points. Senior, Addy Longstreth ended her Lancer career with 8 points. Annika Meurer continued her late season surge with 6 points.
Our soccer team is currently 23-0-2 and received the #1 seed into the CIF D2 playoffs. The Lancers defeated El Camino 3-0 in the quarterfinals on Friday, 2/28. Amy Brown scored all three goals for the Lancers to give her 17 on the season. Elisa Martinez assisted on all three goals and now has a team leading 27 assists on the season. Soren Hansen recorded her 14th shutout in goal for the Lancers.
The Lancers will be back in action on Tuesday, March 4, against Granite Hills, on Lauer Field in the CIF semi-finals. Game time is 7pm. Ticket prices are $7 for adults and $4 for students.
Our basketball team continued to roll last week winning two CIF playoffs games. On Wednesday, Feb. 26 the Lancers dismantled Granite Hills 70-36. Paulo Cruz led the way, hitting four 3 point shots, and ending with 21 points. Evan Fitzner ended up with 19 points, 7 rebounds, and was 5 for 5 from the 3 point line. Tim Harrison continued his late season surge with 18 points and 10 rebounds.
On Saturday, the Lancers defeated Otay Ranch 53-36. Evan Fitzner led the charge with 34 points and 12 rebounds. Khaleel Jenkins pulled down 6 rebounds and had 4 assists. Michael Pelaiz dished out 6 assists and had 5 rebounds.
The Lances will play in the CIF semifinals on Tuesday, March 4, on Hillgren court against #3 seed Steele Canyon. Game time is 7pm. Ticket prices are $10 for adults and $6 for students.
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Our girls wrapped up their Coastal League season with a 7-0 victory over LJCD on Tuesday, Feb. 18. The Lancers improved their overall record to 22-0-2 and 11-0-1 in Coastal League action. The Lancers won the Coastal League championship and are seeded #1 into the CIF Division II playoffs.
Against the Torreys, Amy Brown and Gwennie Gardiner each scored two goals. Also scoring goals for the Lancers were Elisa Martinez, Sasha Stephens, and Erin Shives. Elisa and Sasha also each had three assists.
The Lancers will open the CIF playoffs on Lauer Field, Friday Feb. 28, against the winner of the El Camino versus El Capitan game.
Our team closed out their Coastal League season with wins over the San Diego Jewish Academy and Calvin Christian. On Tuesday, Feb. 18, the Lancers defeated SDJA, 58-24, with all five starters scoring in double figures. Esin Gumustekin finished with 12 points and 10 rebounds. Ysa Sawaya had 10 points and 10 rebounds. Addy Longstreth played one of her best games of the year finishing with 10 points, 8 rebounds, and 7 steals. Annika Meurer finished with 10 points, 5 rebounds, and 4 assists. Finally, Meredith Wiggins chipped in 12 points.
On Friday, the Lancers travelled to Calvin Christian were they defeated the Crusaders 39-34 in a hard fought game. Annika Meurer had 12 points, 10 rebounds, and 7 steals. Esin Gumustekin had 7 points and pulled down 7 rebounds. Meredith Wiggins finished with 8 points.
The Lancers received the #15 seed into the CIF Div. III playoffs and will travel to Central Union High on Tuesday, Feb 25. Game time is 7pm.
Our soccer team finished their season on Thursday, Feb. 13 with a 1-1 tie with Pacific Ridge. Braden Salvati scored the loan goal and Eric Kanegaye had the assist. The Lancers ended the season with a 10-5-5 overall record and a 5-3-2 Coastal League record.
Our boys continued to roll last week with two more big wins and in the process wrapped up the Coastal League title with a 9-1 record. On Wednesday, Feb 19, the Lancers travelled to Santa Fe Christian where they defeated the Eagles 65-48. Andrew Cross led the scoring with 25 points. Paulo Cruz hit four three-point shots and ended up with 15 points. Khaleel Jenkins chipped in 9 points.
On Friday, Feb. 21, the Lancers defeated the Horizon Panthers, 61-38, to finish up their Coastal League schedule. Paulo Cruz scored 19 points in the first half and ended up with 22 points. Tim Harrison played his best game of the year ending up with 16 points and leading the team in rebounds. Khaleel Jenkins continued his inspiring play and ended up with 15 points.
The Lancers were seeded #2 into the CIF Division II playoffs. In the first round, they open with Granite Hills on Wednesday, Feb. 26. At 7pm. on Hillgren Court.
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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
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