Knights win another tournament

Jessie Webster looks for a shot in a previous match. Photo: Phil Dailey

By Phil Dailey
Staff Writer

The Bishop’s School’s girls water polo team captured the team’s second tournament win last weekend as they cruised by the competition at the San Diego Open.

The Knights capped the tournament with a 10-4 win against Torrey Pines. Jessie Webster and Kristen Casey led the scoring with three goals each. Casey, Webster, Claryann Olofsson-Loo, Gabby Stone and Erin Pannek were all named to the All-Tournament team.

The team’s most impressive win came against Valhalla in the semifinals.
“We had the best game of the tournament as 10 different girls scored,” head coach Doug Peabody said.

The Knights won the semifinal match, 20-3.

The tournament win was the second this season. The team won the TYR Cup in on Orange County last month.

Torreys come up short

Two of the top teams in state met last week in the hardwood in Santa Ana, but for La Jolla County Day it was too little too late as the Torreys dropped their game against Mater Dei, 68-54.

The Torreys (20-4 overall) led by five points with less than two minutes to play in the third. However, the fourth quarter is where the game was lost as the Monarchs outscored the Torreys 23-12. On the half, Mater Dei outscored Country Day 45-26.

The Torreys were led by Maya Hood, who scored 19 points and nine rebounds.

Here is a look back at last week’s scores:

Tuesday, Feb. 1

• Boys basketball
St. Augustine 52, La Jolla 34

• Girls basketball
La Jolla Country Day 73, Horizon 41
Kelsey Plum went for 25 points while Maya Hood added 18 and 16 rebounds.

Wednesday, Feb 2

• Girls soccer
La Jolla 0, Cathedral Catholic 0
Gabby Dubick got the shutout for the Vikings.

La Jolla Country Day 2, Preuss 0
Ana Cruz and Emily Eibl each had a goal in the win for the Torreys.

• Wrestling
La Jolla 42, St. Augustine 24

• Girls water polo
Bishop’s 7, Coronado 3
Jessie Webster led the Knights with four goals.

Thursday, Feb. 3

• Girls basketball
Bishop’s 71, Francis Parker 22
Alissa Campanero led the Knights with 14 points and 17 assists while Littleton added 26 points and 10 rebounds.

Friday. Feb. 4

• Boys basketball
Cathedral Catholic 49, La Jolla 35
Eric Brown led the Vikings with 14 points while Nick Sebald added 10.

Horizon 55, La Jolla Country Day 53
Sage Burmeister led the Torreys with 14 points while Jake Hershfield added 11.

Francis Parker 71, Bishop’s 61
Dominique Love had 18 rebounds in the loss for the Knights.

• Girls basketball
Mater Dei (Santa Ana) 68, La Jolla Country Day 54
Maya Hood led the Torreys with 19 points and nine rebounds in the loss.

Cathedral Catholic 51, La Jolla 23

• Boys soccer
La Jolla Country Day 4, Horizon 1
Hunter Khaleghi led the Torreys with two goals.

• Francis Parker 1, Bishop’s 0

• Girls soccer
La Jolla 2, University City 1
Callan Parra and Karly Zlatic had goals for the Vikings.

Bishop’s 4, Francis Parker 0
Kaylie Davidson, Geny Decker, Gabby Hartman and Randee Holman-Kelly each had goals for the Knights in the win.

La Jolla Country Day 3, Horizon 1
Ana Cruz scored all three goals for the Torreys in the win.

• Girls water polo
Bishop’s 13, Westview 3
Dylan Pinkalla led the Knights with three goals.

Saturday, Feb. 5

• Boys basketball
Bishop’s 57, La Jolla 47
Dominique Love (14), Stephen Kaiser (14) and Ryan Chong (15) each went for double-digit points of the Knights in the win. Eric Brown led the Vikings with 11 points.

Horizon 55, La Jolla Country Day 53
Sage Burmeister led the Torreys with 14 points while Jake Hershfield added 11

• Girls basketball
Bishop’s 54, El Camino 36
Alissa Campanero led the Knights with 17 points while Littleton added 16 points and 20 rebounds.

• Girls water polo
La Jolla Country Day 4, El Capitan 3

Bishop’s 12, Mt. Carmel 2
Jessie Webster led the Knights with five goals

Bishop’s 20, Valhalla 3
Kristen Casey and Natalie Chun each had four goals in the win for the Knights.

• San Diego Open championship
Bishop’s 10, Torrey Pines 4
Jessica Webster and Kristen Casey each had three goals in the win.

Monday, Feb. 7

• Boys soccer
La Jolla Country Day 8, Julian 1
Hunter Khaleghi, Anthony Kim and Lee Klitzner each scored two goals in the win for the Torreys.

• Girls soccer
La Jolla 2, Christian 0
Callan Parra and Elisa Brooks scored goals for the Vikings in the win.

• Girls water polo Bishop’s 10, Cathedral Catholic 4
Jessie Webster scored three goals for the Knights in the win.

Related posts:

  1. Week in La Jolla sports: Two Knights earn all-state honors
  2. La Jolla’s week in sports: Torreys win tournament in Phoenix
  3. La Jolla Country Day gets sweep of Bishop’s
  4. La Jolla volleyball digs for ‘the Cure’
  5. La Jolla’s three football teams notch wins

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