Athletic News

Spring Sports Teams Off to Strong Start

Boys Lacrosse Knocks off Alhambra and San Rafael; Girls Lacrosse Bests Urban and San Rafael

Last week, the Varsity Boys Lacrosse Coyotes picked up a win over San Rafael to open the
season, before falling to Windsor in their second game. The team knocked off Alhambra to improve to 2-1 on the season. Against Alhambra, they jumped to an early lead before picking up an 11-3 win. They will return to action after spring break when they host Windsor High School.

The Varsity Girls beat San Rafael and Urban to open the season with two wins
before dropping their opening league game in the Vine Valley to Cardinal Newman. 

Against Newman, the Coyotes led at the half in a competitive matchup before eventually falling 12-9. They will look to bounce back against Rancho Cotati tonight in a non league game at home. 

Varsity Baseball Hosts Cloverdale Tonight
The Coyotes Varsity Baseball league season kicks off with a game against tonight at Doyle
Park. This is the team’s final non-league matchup before starting NCL II league
play after Spring Break.  

The Coyotes opened their season with a win before dropping their next two games to Drew and Bay School. The team’s record is 1-2 overall, but they continue to gain valuable experience as
they prepare for NCL II league play.

Tennis Improves to 3-0 on the Season
This week, the Coyotes Varsity Tennis team knocked off Credo to improve to 3-0 on the
season. This year’s team features 18 players, and their league wins against St. Vincent, Credo and Tech put the Coyotes in the mix for the CMC South league title race.  

After Spring Break, the Coyotes resume league play, traveling to defending league
champion Tomales.

Runners Compete at Big Cat Meet 
The Coyotes Varsity Track and Field team competed at the Big Cat Meet at Santa
Rosa High School, joining over 1,000 athletes from around Northern California.  

Complete meet results

The Coyotes will participate in a practice meet on Friday with Elsie Allen High School before returning to league meets and invitationals after Spring Break.

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