The Santa Fe Christian High School girls softball team came to La Jolla looking for an upset win over La Jolla Country Day School on April 18, 2013. Unfortunately, they were looking in the wrong place as the La Jolla Country Day Torreys hammered the Santa Fe Christian Eagles 11-1. It was a very close game until the bottom of the fifth, where it really got away from Santa Fe Christian.
Francis Parker School had their hitting shoes on April 11, 2013 when they rolled over The Bishop’s School, 10-1, in a girls softball game played at Bishop’s field. The teams were just not evenly matched and it was apparent from the very beginning.
The boys of La Jolla High’s Vikings baseball team will be hitting the field at 1 p.m. Friday, April 19 against Point Loma High School — oh, and the field will be the San Diego Padres’ PETCO Park.
La Jolla High School’s Junior Varsity baseball team defeated Mission Hills 11-1 on March 16 to win the Bully’s East Championship Trophy.
It has been a couple of weeks since the glow of Opening Day, and the new Padres uniforms have some grass stains on them. The kids have been having a lot of fun around the La Jolla Youth Baseball fields.
La Jolla Country Day School Torreys women’s varsity basketball team hosted the Troy High School Warriors in the next round of CIF playoff games, with the Torreys winning 51-31 on March 8, 2013.
On a chilly Feb. 19, 2013 at Coggan Aquatic Complex, La Jolla High School faced off against Coronado High for the third time this season in girls water polo — this time for the honor of playing The Bishop’s School in the CIF finals on Feb. 23. Each team had won by a single goal in the opponent’s pool, with the Coronado Islanders taking the second game just two weeks earlier on a last second shot in the second overtime period.
La Jolla Country Day Torreys girls basketball team took apart the Holtville High School Vikings in a Quarter Final pairing of the CIF playoffs on Feb. 23, 2013 in La Jolla. All 10 players on the Torreys team got just about equal playing time, scoring almost at will.
The Cathedral Catholic High School Dons of Carmel Valley and the La Jolla High Vikings took to the hardwood at the Vikings’ gym on Feb.14. It wasn’t pretty, and on the scoreboard, 66-36, it looked really bad. There are no excuses, however, let’s look at what actually caused this lopsided loss.
La Jolla Country Day School girls got past The Bishop’s School Knights on Feb. 12, 2013 in the final regular season basketball game for both teams. The game was played on Knights’ court. It started out lopsided and became very exciting and close at the end. It started with Country Day Torreys jumping out to a 10-0 lead — seven points of which were scored by Kelsey Plum. Bishop’s scored the next six points on layups by Olivia Erlbeck, Imani Littleton and Devon Roeper.