Middle School Athletics News

Coed Soccer, March 12: Take a look at the photos from Hawks’ match with Twin Lakes School at Cabrillo College. The Hawks won 3-0. Izaak Ocampo-Sobkoviak, Tej D’Costa-Hemp and Destiney Alvarez each had a goal.

“We have a very strong team and finished our cut-short season with a 3-1 record,” noted Coach Nicole Silva. Thank you to the parents who helped to support the team, and coaches Silva and Juan Gonzalez.

Coed Soccer update, February 26:

The coed soccer team is off to a great start with a very large team of 23 athletes from fifth through eighth grades and a 2-0 record!
The team played its first game last week against Salesian School and won 5-3 with some excellent plays! For its, second game, against Twin Lakes, the Hawks won 6-1 with David Monclus scoring the first goal, Colby Culbertson the second goal, Tej D’Costa-Hemp having a “hat trick” with three goals and Cisco Rothman-Salado finishing it up with the sixth and final goal. The athletes dominated play from start to finish, and most importantly, played very well as a team with great passing and communication!
We have a very talented and hard working team. Come out to one of our games and cheer on our fantastic middle school soccer team! The next game is Monday, March 2 at 4:30pm at Good Shepherd School in Santa Cruz. See the website calendar for the entire schedule.


For the week of October 21-25:
Coed cross country team: The team finished their final league meet of the season on October 23 at Pinto Lake. The boys team took 1st place, and the girls team took second! Such a great way to finish the season! “Thank you to all for a wonderful season,” said Coach Nicole Silva Culbertson. “It’s always a lot fun to run with the kids before school and watch them at meets. These young athletes have shown some amazing improvement and some serious competitive spirit!”

For the week of October 14-18:
Girls volleyball Blue team:
Despite a loss on October 15 to Stratford School, the team played with energy and it was an exciting match to watch! Photos by Chris Hudnut

For the week of September 30-October 4:
Girls volleyball Blue team:
With three games in one week, these girls have been busy! They played spirited and challenging matches against Merryhill, Hillbrook and Almaden Country Day School, resulting in two losses and one win.

Coed Cross Country:
On Wednesday, had a meet with the larger schools of the Pajaro Valley Athletic League at Lakeview Middle School. Emi Lord took 3rd place in her group, Tej D’Costa-Hemp and Mordecai Coleman placed 9th and 14th in their groups, respectively.


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