Athletic News

Athletic News

List of 5 news stories.

  • Track & Field Ready for CMC Championships

    The Coyotes Varsity Track & Field team will head to St. Helena High School on Saturday to compete in the CMC Championships. The meet will feature almost 20 schools and over 500 student-athletes vying for the
    opportunity to advance to the NCS meet the following weekend. The top eight finishers and top four relay teams will advance to the NCS meet at Montgomery High School.

    At the last track meet at Cloverdale High School, the Coyotes had over 30 athletes establish new personal
    records, and the athletes have been working hard in preparation for the postseason meets. Good luck to the Coyotes at the CMCs!
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  • Baseball Captures First League Championship

    Congratulations to the Varsity Baseball team, as they clinched the NCL League Championship with wins over Upper Lake and Tomales!  It is the first baseball league title in our program history.  

    The Coyotes clinched the championship with two games remaining and are riding a seven game winning streak in their quest to finish NCL II league play undefeated. The league championship also guarantees a spot in the NCS Division V playoffs (which will begin on Tuesday, May 17). The Coyotes are 8-0 in league play and have an 11-4 overall record. 

    The Coyotes host Calistoga on Friday before finishing league play against Technology High. Tonight, they plan to honor the six seniors in a ceremony before the game. Come on out and join the celebration! 
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  • Boys Lacrosse Ends Successful Season with NCS Playoff Loss

    The Coyotes Boys Varsity Lacrosse team finished their successful season earning the #13 seed in the NCS playoffs. After a season in which they had a 10-3 record, the Coyotes were rewarded with a spot in the NCS Division II playoff bracket. They traveled to take on the #3 seeded Novato in the opening round of the playoffs. 

    The Coyotes opened the scoring, and the score was close until Novato pulled away midway through the second quarter en route to a 14-3 win.

    Congratulations to the Coyotes on a successful season!
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  • Tennis Captures CMC Championship

    Congratulations to our Varsity Tennis team on winning the CMC Tennis Team Championship! Also, congratulations to Justin Koida '22 & Julian Mahrer '24, who won the CMC Boys Double Championship and qualified for the NCS playoffs. They will compete in the NCS doubles playoffs today at Santa Rosa High School.

    SA results from the CMC Championships:

    Boys Singles
    Roman Cushman '23: Advanced to Championship
    Jake Koida '23: Advanced to Semifinals
    Boys Doubles
    Ben Solomon '22 & Silas Grossman '22: Advanced to Semifinals
    Justin Koida '22 & Julian Mahrer '24 : Won the CMC Championship
    Girls Singles
    Julia Cameron '22: Advanced to Championship
    Rachel Woo '22: Advanced to Quarterfinals
    Girls Doubles
    Lily Gelb '24 & Sonia Lakshmanan '23: Advanced to the Semifinals

    The SA team also qualified for the NCS playoffs, and are awaiting their seeding results. They will compete in the NCS team playoffs on Tuesday, May 10.
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  • Baseball Remains Undefeated in League

    The Varsity Baseball Coyotes picked up their third win in a row on Tuesday, beating Calistoga 16-1 to remain undefeated in NCL II league play. The Coyotes improved to 4-0 in league and 7-4 on the season. Up next is a crucial game with Technology High, currently in second place. The game has been shifted to Friday at 4:30 pm at Tech Middle School.

    The Coyotes are currently leading the league, with six league games remaining. They hope to compete for the NCL II league title and also earn one of the 16 berths in the North Coast Section Division V playoffs.
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