Parker Sports Wrap for the Week of February 20-24 "Playoff Edition"

Girls Basketball

Our girls were seeded #4 into the CIF DIII playoffs after compiling a 19-4 overall record. On Tuesday, February 21, the Lancers hosted Holtville in their first round game and came out with a 59-31 victory over the Vikings.  Sofia Carrillo led the way, finishing with 17 points and 16 rebounds.  Giselle Alota had 9 points, 8 assists and 5 steals.  Mackenzie Parker playing her best game of the year, finished with 8 points and 10 rebounds.

With the victory, the Lancers hosted Patrick Henry, on Friday,  before a “frenzied” crowd, in the CIF Quarterfinals.  The Patriots jumped out to a 12-8 first quarter lead.  The Lancers responded by outscoring Patrick Henry by nine in the second quarter to take a 25-20 halftime lead.  The game was close throughout the second half with several lead changes.  After being down by four with two minutes left, the Lancers staged a furious comeback and won 63-57.  Giselle Alota finished with 22 points and 7 assists.  In addition, she went over 1000 points scored in her Parker career.  Meredith Wiggins had 13 points and 4 steals. Sofia Carrillo scored 9 points and “pulled down” 10 rebounds.  Jula Harrington finished with 7 points and 9 rebounds.  Finally, Emily Morfoot had 8 points including two crucial 3 pointers late in the game.

The Lancers will travel to Lincoln on Tuesday, February 28, for their 7pm. semi-final game against the Hornets.

Boys Basketball

Our boys’ team travelled to El Camino for their CIF DI game against the #5 seeded Wildcats.  The Lancers fell behind 14-2 to start the game, but kept the game close after that by attacking the basket offensively and by “flying around” on defense against the taller Wildcats.  The Lancers cut their lead to three in the third quarter before ultimately losing 62-47.

The Lancers were led in scoring by sophomore, Jacob Jovien who finished with 22 points.  Jack Brady finished with 14 points including 4 long range three pointers.  Alec White also had 14 points and battled the Wildcats under the basket the entire game.

Girls Soccer

Our Girls Soccer team finished the season with a 13-7-5 overall record and did not qualify for the CIF DII playoffs.   The final Max Prep rankings had the Lancers #9 in DII and #25 in the San Diego Section. For the season, the leading scorer for the Lancers was Maya Pratt Freedman who finished with 12 goals and 4 assists.  Rebecca Siegler had 10 goals and 5 assists.  Lauren Washington also had 5 assists to lead the Lancers in that category.  

Boys Soccer

Our boys’ season came to an end on Tuesday, February 21, when they travelled to Otay Ranch where they lost 3-2 to the Mustangs in the first round of the CIF DII playoffs.  Lancer goals were scored by Liam Crowley and Alex Aceves-Rodriguez.  Ryan Watson assisted on both Parker goals.  The Lancers finished the season with a 11-6-4 overall record.

Squash

Our Squash team competed in the Squash Team and Individual Championships on Saturday, February 18 and Sunday, February 19.  Parker was represented by two 5-person teams for the season ending competition that was held at the Renaissance Club Sport Hotel in Aliso Viejo.

Prat Koppolu won four successive matches on Sunday to capture the B Level Championship.  He defeated his competitor from Bishops in the final match.
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Francis Parker School is a private, independent, coeducational, college preparatory day school for students in Junior Kindergarten through Grade 12 from across San Diego County. Founded in 1912, the Lower School is located on the Mission Hills Campus with the Upper and Middle Schools on the Linda Vista Campus. Parker's mission is to inspire a diverse community of independent thinkers whose academic excellence, global perspective and strength of character prepare them to make a meaningful difference in the world.

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San Diego, CA 92103
 

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