We were the first school north of Marin County to offer CIF sanctioned lacrosse, as lacrosse was one of our inaugural sports. Boys and girls from this program have gone on to play at the collegiate level.
The Coyotes girls lacrosse team has three league games remaining in the Vine Valley Athletic League. On Monday, they play their final home game of the season, when they host Windsor at 4:30pm. It is Senior Day and the Coyotes will recognize their seniors before the game. Later in the week, they travel to Justin Siena and Petaluma with the hopes of meeting the criteria to apply for the NCS playoffs.
The girls lacrosse team won at Cardinal Newman this past Tuesdany night, outlasting the host Cardinals by a score of 7-5. It was Cardinal Newman who came out fast scoring a goal in the first thirty seconds of play. The SA girls responded in a positive way, composing themselves and executing the game plan to take a 3-1 lead in the first half. From there they would lead the rest of the game, holding off the Cardinal Newman rallies and coming out with the two goal victory. The win moves the girls lacrosse team to 3-3 overall and in the mix for a top 4 finish in the very competitive Vine Valley League. The girls will host Rancho Cotate this coming Tuesday at 4pm, then will host league leading Casa Grande on Friday at 4:30pm, before taking time off for spring break. Come out and support the Coyotes this week!
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