In the News
Welcome to the weekly sports roundup! We hope your long weekend is off to a great start.
On Tuesday, the Prep community held a lunchtime signing ceremony for student-athletes committing to universities this fall. Join us in congratulating Brett Bell, Sophie Gitlin, Julia Gonzalez-Quijano, Crystal Juan, Evan Pattinelli, Aidan Schraeder, Tim Treinen and Lindsay Uteda—these talented young adults have mastered the art of balancing academics and athletics with enthusiasm and maturity. We’re proud of you!
Now, on to our regular programming.
Following two losses, softball bounced back with a massive win over Westridge that ended in an 11-1 score and a no-hitter by pitcher Kate Huntley ’21. The victory brought up their League record to 2-4. On the boys’ side, baseball fell to Rio Hondo 5-10, following a 7-6 win against St. Genevieve and a huge 13-1 win against Calvary Chapel. Their League record fell to 0-2, with their overall record at 6-4.
The boys tennis match against Maranatha was a nail-biter, with the two neck and neck until the last set. The final score was 9-9, with Prep winning on games 75-59. Their League record is 1-0, with an overall record of 2-5.
Boys swimming took down Poly with a 106-74 score to follow up their win against Webb last week, while the girls side finished after the Panthers 76-99. The boys’ side is now 2-0 in League, and the girls are 2-1.
Volleyball has proven yet again it just can’t be stopped. With a 15-1 overall record (5-0 League), they’ve had five consecutive wins.
Lastly, track and field had a successful trip to the Arcadia Invitational, with Evan Pattinelli ’18 taking home 17th in the 3,200-meter and Sasha Codiga ’19 taking home 38th in the 800-meter.
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