August 22, 2019

Weekly Sports Roundup

Posted on May 4, 2019 by in Features, Sports

Kenyon Dawson and Kahliyah Williams

Crimson Chronicle reporters

Photo Credit: Jasmine Cortez
Girl’s Varsity taking the lead in the 1600m race at Central League finals on Thursday.

Track

Girls Varsity and boys Frosh/Soph took first place in the Central League Finals on Thursday beating Belmont, Bernstein, Contreras, Downtown Business Magnet, and Roybal high school. Girls Frosh/Soph placed second while boys Varsity placed fourth.

On the girls’ side, sophomore Da’Keya Rogers broke the triple jump record jumping a whopping 29 feet, 5 inches. Also, SAS senior Stephanie Starks broke her own league record in the 100 meter dash running at a time of 12.65 seconds.

While on the boys’ side, they started the meet with a disqualification from an event due to some unsportsmanlike conduct, but they eventually pulled away with wins in several races. Junior Edwin Garcia won the 200 meter dash in a time of 23.95, while sophomore Aimar Aguilar lit up the track with his wins in both the Frosh/Soph 400 meter race and 200 meter, Fellow sophomore Edson Ortiz won first in the frosh-soph high jump, jumping 5 feet.

Volleyball

The boys volleyball won their last league game against Bernstein 3-0, leading  them to the playoff. On April 30, the boys lost in the first round of playoffs against Los Angeles Center for Enriched Studies with a score of 3-0. They ended the season with a record of 13-8.

Baseball

  The boys baseball team won their most recent game at home on Wednesday against Contreras. They beat Contreras with a score of 9-6. With the win of the last game, it leads the boys with a overall record of 10-5.

Softball

The Lady Sheiks are on fire with their most recent softball win versus the Bernstein Dragons on Apr. 30 with a score of 18-0, solidifying their 10-game winning streak, nine of which ended as a mercy win. TCA senior Kylese Francis and SAS senior Lesley Lujan both scored a home run. Not only was it their last league game, it was also senior night in which families and friends presented seniors with posters, flowers, and balloons.The girls advance to playoffs.

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