Week in Sports: LJHS lacrosse advances
Boys lacrosseLa Jolla High School topped Carlsbad, 8-5, in the first round of the playoffs on May 23. The Vikings were scheduled to meet Rancho Bernardo in a May 26 quarterfinal.
The Bishop’s School beat San Marcos, 10-3, in the first round of the playoffs on May 23.
The Knights were scheduled to face Cathedral Catholic in the May 26 quarterfinals.
Girls lacrosseThe Bishop’s School beat Westview, 13-5, in the first round of the playoffs on May 23.
Sophia Muller led the Knights with four goals. Bishop’s was scheduled to meet La Costa Canyon in a May 26 quarterfinal.
Boys volleyballLa Jolla High School swept Clairemont in the Division III quarterfinals on May 22. The Vikings were scheduled to visit Mar Vista for a May 26 semifinal.
The Bishop’s School defeated Santa Fe Christian, 20-25, 25-15, 25-21, 25-22 in a May 23 D-IV quarterfinal behind Alex Sammon’s 14 kills. The Knights were scheduled to play Francis Parker in a May 27 semifinal.
BaseballLa Jolla High School fell to Mission Bay, 2-1, on May 19 despite Patrick Christensen’s nine strikeouts.
The Vikings fell to the Bucs again on May 21, 7-5. Kyle Zimmer and Robbie Beathrad each had two hits. They were scheduled to face Valley Center in the playoffs on May 26.
La Jolla Country Day topped Francis Parker, 15-14, on May 20 behind Anthony Torres’ five RBIs. The Torreys were scheduled to face Santa Fe Christian in their playoff opener on May 26.
The Bishop’s School edged Horizon Christian, 5-3, on May 20 behind Cade Sears’ two RBIs. The Knights were scheduled to face Christian Life Academy to open the playoffs on May 26.
SoftballThe Bishop’s School fell to Francis Parker, 2-0, on May 20. The Knights fell to Imperial, 13-6, in the first round of the D-IV playoffs on May 22.
La Jolla Country Day fell to Escondido Charter, 7-0, on May 18. The Torreys dropped a 10-4 decision to Tri-City Christian on May 20.
TrackLa Jolla High School’s girls’ team turned in some good individual results at the CIF SDS Division II prelims on May 23. Nihal Kayali qualified for the finals by winning the 800 meters in 2 minutes, 15.50 seconds. Other finals qualifiers included Vanora Guerard (triple jump, ninth, 35 feet 8 inches), Rosie Jaye (pole vault, second, 8-9) and the Vikings’ 4x400 relay team (ninth, 4:06.12).