Week in Sports: May 22, 2008
BaseballLa Jolla High School fell to Cathedral Catholic, 6-0, on May 7. The Vikings managed only one hit, and Patrick Christensen suffered just his second loss of the season despite allowing just two runs in five innings of work.
The Vikings rebounded with a 2-1 victory over Cathedral Catholic on May 9. After Cathedral scored two runs in the first, La Jolla rallied for two runs in the fourth.
La Jolla moved to 17-8-1 overall and 6-4 in Western League play with two games left to play in the regular season.
La Jolla Country Day dropped a 6-1 decision to Horizon Christian on May 7. Derek Hatfield and John Hansbrough managed the Torreys’ only two hits, and Hanbrough drove in the team’s lone run.
The Torreys fell, 10-9, to Montgomery, on May 10 in extra innings. Montgomery scored two runs in the ninth, and Country Day plated just one in the bottom half of the inning.
They moved to 15-12 overall and 5-2 in Coastal League South play, good enough for a first-place tie with one regular-season game to play.
The Bishop’s School fell to Francis Parker, 11-0, on May 7. The Knights dropped a 5-2 game to Canyon Crest Academy on May 9.
SoftballLa Jolla High School fell to Brawley, 7-0, on May 7.
The Vikings dropped an 11-2 decision to University City on May 9. La Jolla lost by the same score to University City on May 10.
The Bishop’s School fell, 11-1, to Francis Parker on May 6.
The Knights rebounded with a 6-4 win over Canyon Crest Academy on May 8.
TrackLa Jolla High School’s girls’ team turned in some solid results at the Western League prelims and finals last week.
Nihal Kayali broke her own school record in the 1,600 meters. Nicole Bakke had a personal record in the 400, clocking a time of 1 minute 0.94 seconds, and Gina Schumacher had a PR in the 300 hurdles.
Boys lacrosseLa Jolla High School fell to Coronado, 10-4, on May 9, finishing the regular season with a 7-7 overall record and a 2-1 mark in the City League.
The Bishop’s School rolled to a 15-3 win over city and league rival La Jolla Country Day on May 6. The Knights dropped a 12-8 game to Santa Fe Christian on May 8.
La Jolla Country Day fell to San Dieguito Academy, 8-7, on May 8.
The Bishop’s School edged Santa Fe Christian, 7-6, on May 8.
The Knights secured a 10-5 victory over city and league rival La Jolla Country Day on May 10. Bishop’s improved to 11-6-1 on the season.
La Jolla Country Day beat San Dieguito Academy, 7-5, on May 8.
La Jolla High School dropped a 12-5 decision to Coronado on May 9.
Boys tennisLa Jolla Country Day secured a 13-3 win over Valley Center on May 6 in the first round of the CIF-San Diego Section Division III playoffs.
The Torreys fell, 10-8, to Francis Parker in the second round on May 77.
Boys volleyballLa Jolla High School beat St. Augustine, 25-20, 25-16, 25-20, on May 7, completing its regular season with a 28-5 record and an 11-1 mark in the Western League.
The Vikings earned the top seed in the CIF-San Diego Section Division III playoffs, and got a first-round bye. They were scheduled to host either University City or El Capitan in a quarterfinal game on May 15.