Athletics

Athletic News

Athletic News

List of 5 news stories.

  • Athletics News June 3, 2022

    Track & Field Athletes Compete at Meet of Champions and CIF State Meet
    Athena Ryan '24 (1600, 3200), Tiernan Colby '23 (1600, 3200), and August Davis '22 m(long jump) all qualified for the NCS Meet of Champions.

    Ryan competed in both the 1600 meter and 3200 meter races at the Meet of Champions and
    qualified for the CIF State Meet in the 1600, with the fourth fastest time (qualifying with a time under the automatic qualifying threshold).

    Colby also advanced in both the 1600 meter and 3200 meter races, but focused on the 3200 at the NCS Meet of Champions. Davis wasn't able to compete in the NCS Meet of Champions due to Intersession travel commitments.

    At the State Meet, Ryan finished in 11th place in the qualifying race, just missing out on advancing to the finals the following day.

    Congratulations to all of the athletes!

    Coyotes Well Represented on NCL II Baseball All-League Team
    As expected, the Coyotes were well represented on the NCL II All-League Team, which is selected by all of the coaches in the league. Congratulations to all of the SA student-athletes that were selected!

    League Co-MVP: Aaron Knuth '22 

    First team all-league
    Ben Weaver '22
    Nathan Huber '22
    Myles Texel '24

    Second team all-league
    Josh Ross '22
    Joel Zimmer '23

    Honorable Mention
    Porter Stein '22 
    Noah Proctor '25

    Tennis Players Selected to CMC South All-League Team
    As expected, the Varsity Tennis Coyotes were well represented on the CMC South All-League Team, which is selected by all of the coaches in the league. Congratulations to all of the SA student-athletes who were selected! 

    League MVP: Roman Cushman '22 

    First team all-league
    Julia Cameron '22 
    Silas Grossman  '22

    Honorable Mention
    Jake Koida '23 
    Ben Solomon '22
  • Baseball Finishes League Championship Season in NCS Playoffs

    The Coyotes Varsity Baseball team captured the first league championship in program history with a 9-1 league record. Their lone loss, to Technology High, came after they had already clinched the league title. 

    After capturing the league title, the Coyotes earned the #10 seed in the 16 team North Coast Section Division V bracket.  Stuart Hall, the #7 seed, travelled from San Francisco to Doyle Park for the opening round of the NCS playoffs, where they picked up an 8-2 win. 

    The Coyotes finished 12-6 overall, including an eight-game winning streak that propelled them to the league championship and clinched a playoff spot. It was the eighth consecutive NCS playoff appearance for the SA baseball team.  

    Congratulations to the student-athletes and coaches on a successful season, and for winning the first baseball league title in program history!
  • Coyotes Finish Historic Year of League Championships and Academic Pennants

    The Sonoma Academy Coyotes are finishing a banner year in athletic and academic performance. Across the fall, winter, and spring seasons, Sonoma Academy teams captured seven league championships and also had six teams that earned NCS Scholastic Championship team pennants.

    League Champions:
    • Varsity Boys Cross Country (NCL 2 League Champions)
    • Varsity Girls Volleyball (NCL 2 League Champions, first volleyball championship in program history)
    • Varsity Boys Soccer (NCL 2 League Champions)
    • Varsity Girls Soccer (North Bay League Redwood League Champions, first large school league championship in school history)
    • Varsity Girls Track & Field (NCL 2 League Champions)
    • Varsity Tennis (CMC South League Champions)
    • Varsity Baseball (NCL 2 League Champions, first baseball championship in program history)
    In addition, the Coyotes had six teams earn NCS Scholastic Championship team pennants, which are awarded to the top three team GPAs in each sport and division for the North Coast Section.
     
    NCS Scholastic Championship teams:
    • Varsity Boys Soccer (Fall, NCS Division II)
    • Varsity Boys Basketball (Winter, NCS Division V)
    • Varsity Girls Basketball (Winter, NCS Division V)
    • Varsity Boys Track & Field (Spring, NCS A)
    • Varsity Boys Tennis (Spring, NCS Division II)
    • Varsity Boys Lacrosse (Spring, NCS Division II)
    Congratulations to all of the student-athletes, coaches and teams!
  • Tennis Qualifies for NCS Playoffs to Finish Season

    The Coyotes Varsity Tennis team, fresh off their undefeated league season and CMC Championship, qualified for the NCS boys doubles playoffs and NCS boys team playoffs for the first time in school history. 

    The doubles duo of Justin Koida ‘22 and Julian Mahrer ‘24 represented the Coyotes in the NCS playoffs at Santa Rosa High School. Although they lost, they competed from start to finish against a talented Head Royce team that was seeded #2. 
     
    The Coyotes team qualified for the NCS playoffs at the #12 seed and were set to travel to #5 Piedmont for their first round matchup. Unfortunately, due to roster availability, the Coyotes weren't able to compete, but this closed a very successful season. Congratulations to all of the tennis players and coaches on an amazing season!
  • Track & Field Athletes Excel at CMC Championships and NCS A Meet

    The Coyotes Varsity Track & Field team competed at the CMC Championships in St Helena last weekend and advanced 12 athletes to the NCS A Meet. In addition, the Girls Varsity team captured the league title and the Boys Varsity team was edged by just two points. 

    At the meet, Ally Glenn ‘23 broke the school record in the 200 meters. The Coyotes had several athletes who won their events: Athena Ryan ‘24 won the 800, 1600 and 3200 girls, Tiernan Colby ‘23 won the 1600 boys, and Henry Xiao won the 300 hurdles. 

    For complete results visit:
    Boys Results
     
    At the NCS A meet at Montgomery High, the Coyotes turned in many impressive performances, with several athletes establishing new PRs. Athena Ryan ‘24 (1600, 3200), Tiernan Colby ‘23 (1600, 3200), and August Davis ‘22 (long jump) all qualified for the NCS Meet of Champions.

    Complete results:
    Boys Results
    Girls Results
     
    At the Meet of Champions, Ryan will compete in both the 1600 and 3200, Colby will focus on the 3200, and Davis won't compete due to Intersession travel commitments. The top three qualifiers at the NCS Meet of Champions advance to the State Meet in Clovis later in May.

    Congratulations to all of the athletes that competed, and good luck to Athena and Tiernan at the Meet of Champions!
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