Week in Sports: May 10, 2007



La Jolla High School fell to University City, 6-0, on May 1. Billy Bright, Jack Peterson and Blake Shelburne all had hits in the defeat.

The Vikings bounced back with a 6-2, come-from-behind victory over Coronado on May 3, scoring five runs in the seventh inning.

Shelburne’s two-run triple in the seventh inning put La Jolla ahead. La Jolla moved to 18-7 and 6-3 in Western League play.

La Jolla Country Day beat Canyon Crest Academy, 13-0, on May 3, moving to 13-12 and 3-2 in Coastal League South play. The Torreys banged out 18 hits, including three from Kyle Reese, who homered and drove in four runs. John Kennedy had four hits, and Mike McKenna drove in three runs.

The Bishop’s School beat Canyon Crest Academy, 8-6, on May 1. The Knights fell to Canyon Crest Academy, 3-2, on May 3, slipping to 8-12 this season and 2-3 in Coastal League South play.


La Jolla Country Day rolled to an 18-6 win over Tri-City Christian of Vista on April 30.

The Torreys fell, 6-2, to Mountain Empire of Pine Valley, on May 2. They bounced back with a 10-0 win over Canyon Crest Academy on May 4.

The Bishop’s School fell to Canyon Crest Academy, 13-6, on April 30. The Knights dropped an 18-1 decision to Horizon Christian on May 4.

La Jolla High School lost to University City, 4-2, on May 1, falling to 6-14 on the season.

Boys lacrosse

The Bishop’s School secured a tight 14-13 victory over Santa Fe Christian on May 2.

On May 4, the Knights eased to an 11-1 win over city and league rival La Jolla Country Day. Jensen lit up the scoreboard with five goals and had one assist.

Bishop’s put itself in position to share the Coastal League championship with Santa Fe Christian if it can win the rest of its regular-season games.

La Jolla High School topped University City, 18-1, on May 1.

Girls lacrosse

La Jolla Country Day beat Canyon Crest Academy, 10-9, on May 2.

Boys volleyball

The Bishop’s School secured a 25-15, 25-9, 25-21 victory over Clairemont on May 3. The Knights improved to 13-8 with one week to play in the regular season. La Jolla High School beat St. Augustine, 25-20, 23-25, 25-15, 14-25, 15-8, on May 1.


La Jolla Country Day’s girls team beat Mira Mesa, 90-78, on May 3, finishing league competition with its best record ever, 5-1. Sophomore Melissa Berkay won the 500-yard freestyle and the 100 backstroke, finishing the dual-meet season undefeated. Melanie Kaplan won the 200 freestyle, Chelsea Burns was victorious in the 50 freestyle, and Norae Shakur finished first in the 100 freestyle.

Country Day’s boys fell, 114-44, to Mira Mesa on May 3. Senior Ronny Clausner won the 50 freestyle, and Ryan Frace returned from a broken arm to finish first in the 100 backstroke.

La Jolla High School’s boys team beat Cathedral Catholic, 128-58, on May 1. La Jolla High School’s girls team topped Cathedral Catholic, 101-85, on May 1.

Track and field

La Jolla Country Day’s boys team beat Army-Navy, 93-43, on May 3. The Torreys’ girls team rolled to an 87-46 win over Tri-City Christian on May 3.

The Bishop’s School’s boys team beat Santa Fe Christian, 107-19, on May 3. The Knights’ girls team beat Francis Parker, 82-40, on May 3.

Boys golf

La Jolla Country Day beat Horizon Christian, 200-234, at Lomas Santa Fe Golf Club on May 1. Conor Alan-Lee was the medalist, shooting a one-over-par 37.

The Torreys won the Coastal League South championship tournament at Cottonwood Ivanhoe Golf Course on May 2, shooting an 18-hole total of 398 to second-place Francis Parker’s 401. Alan-Lee was honored as the league‚s player of the year.