We are proud to announce that the SHPS varsity girls volleyball team went undefeated this season and are division champions. This dedicated group of girls made fast achievement in their second season here at Sacred Heart. Thank you to Principal Harris, Ms. Patti Avellone and Ms. Arielle Enri…
The Coronado Lawn Bowling Club celebrated St. Patrick’s Day with their annual Triples Mixer Tournament. You, too, can have this kind of fun. Sign up for Beginner Bowling Lessons on Wednesday evenings, May 3-24. Call 619-522-7342 or visit Coronado.ca.us/register.
The Coronado FC girls 2011 team concluded their 2022-23 season as finalists in the SoCal Soccer State Cup Tournament at the Silverlake’s Sports Complex in Norco, California. During first round pool play, the team easily defeated Rebels Soccer Club 6-0 with an impressive offensive attack, the…
The Islander track team competed in its third pre-league meet last Saturday at the Elmer Runge Invite, held this year at University City High School. Beginning this Thursday, we’ll start our league season with a cluster meet that includes Christian, Coronado, Clairemont, and Kearny at Kearny High School. For photos and results of this and all other meets, go to IslanderTrack.com.
Head Islander Track Coach Cameron Gary checks in with a recap of last Saturday’s meet; “Freshman distance runner Nathan Ayan continues to impress.
We are just eight games into the 2023 season, but you can feel the excitement around the Coronado High School Islanders baseball team.
Catcher Lucy Kenny snags a called strike during last week’s Islander softball home game on Greene Field.
When you are one of the best, you often want to face the best in the early season. That’s a saying that the Coronado High School boys lacrosse team has been living for the first two weeks of their 2023 spring season.
Having already faced off against arguably one of the best teams in the country in Torrey Pines High School last week, the Islanders were in for another test when they welcomed in the Dragons of Southlake Carroll High School in Texas.
The Coronado High School girls softball team came into the week searching for a win. With a record of 1-3, a much-needed W could help turn this team back in the right direction.
The Coronado High School boys basketball season may have ended sooner than many had hoped. However, for those who still want to see some Islanders show their talent on the hardwood, an event is heading to Coronado that might be just for you.
Blink, and you might miss it. “It,” of course, being the fastball of Coronado senior and University of California Berkley commit Max Murray.
The right-hander was on his A-game as he led the Islanders to their third victory of the season as they disposed of Mater Dei with ease by the final of 11-1.
“We played a complete game all around,” said Islander Head Coach Morgan
CYC brought home the 2022-23 Shadden Series Trophy ... Tommy Rudowicz and Preston Miller won the four race series! The Shadden Regatta’s purpose is to encourage travel and high caliber competition for youth racing in Southern California at the major bays for the Club Flying Junior double-han…
That undefeated feeling ... there is not a better one out there in sports. And for the Islanders girls lacrosse team, they are currently experiencing that as after two weeks of play, they sport a spotless 4-0 record.
But to get to that 4-0 record was no small feat, as the Islanders took down CIF state open playoff qualifier Edison High School.
In their match versus Edison, things would start a bit rocky as Edison would
In an on-campus ceremony held March 14, Coronado’s winter sports All-League honorees were presented with their certificates. Pictured are: Harper Gilbert – 2nd Team, Waterpolo; Sofia Goicoechea – 2nd Team Waterpolo; Megan Ledgerwood – 2nd Team Waterpolo; Caroline Wastila – 2nd Team Waterpolo…
It’s still a bit early in the season to know how the boys and girls track teams will fare when the league championships and CIF finals come around in May. However, based on the results from the Viking Invite last Saturday, hosted by La Jolla High School, the girls 4x100 relay team should be a strong contender.
Running against mostly larger teams, Charlotte Kuite (10), Lindsey Balsley (11), Micaela Gistaro (9), and Tatiana Potter (11) placed second in the 4x100 and third in the sprint medley relay.
For the last 12 years, beginning with the 2011 track season, Mt. Carmel High School has hosted a meet for just distance runners and field events. Sprints and hurdles are left out to make room for more heats of events over 400 meters.
Our team is more sprint-oriented this season than usual, but we took a handful of field event athletes and a few participants in the 1600-meter run.
The Islander boys golf season is back in full swing. With a strong squad for 2023, they are going to be a team to watch this spring season.
First impressions are always important. And in the first week of play in their 2023 season, the Coronado High School baseball team certainly left a strong impression.
Senior Charley Kobets, who wears the #13 jersey this year in honor of fallen Islander lacrosse legend Nick Castellanos (CHS ’14), drives toward the goal during the Islanders home opener versus Torrey Pines on Saturday evening.
With their second-round loss to Point Loma, the Coronado High School boys soccer team’s season may not have ended as they hoped.
Every team wants to start the season with a win. Get that good feeling in the bones. No matter the margin, you want to come away with that W.
Well, in their 2023 season opener, the Coronado High School girls lacrosse team brought home a win in the most dominant way possible as they torched Santa Fe Christian by the final score of 19-2.
Senior Katie Potter, who’s just wrapped up her basketball season, will be back on the field this week to begin her final Islanders lacrosse season.
Islanders boys volleyball is just getting underway, and senior Anthony Spatafore, pictured here launching a serve during last year’s season, will be back on the court.
Smell that in the air? Oh yeah, folks, it’s the sweet smell of baseball season rapidly approaching. And while everyone knows of the Padres preparation for their upcoming season, another team in town is set to start their 2023 season this week. The Coronado High School baseball team.
Led by eighth-year and two-time CIF Champion, Manager Morgan Cummins, the Islanders look to make waves again this season.
Get ready to hoist another championship banner because your Coronado High School girls water polo team are CIF DI Champions once again.
The Islanders took care of business in the championship match with relative ease this past Saturday night when they took down Valhalla High School by the score of 7-3.
And while a four-point margin of victory may not seem like dominance, don’t be mistaken. This is a game the Islanders dominated in nearly every phase.
To say the result of the Coronado High School girls soccer team’s CIF DI quarter final match was a shock, may be a bit of an understatement.
For the Coronado High School boys soccer team, there may have been no more complicated way to end their season this past Saturday night.
They say the upsets are saved for March. But for the Coronado High School boys basketball team, the madness knocked a bit earlier than they had hoped as the mighty Islanders fell to Mt. Carmel High School 53-50 in the opening round of the CIF DII Playoff Bracket.
The Coronado Lawn Bowling Club joined all of Coronado in celebration of Valentines Day with their own Valentines Sweethearts Tournament last Saturday. All decked out in Club Colors or Valentines pinks and reds, the 20 contestants battled to a finish. Coronado locals Javier Gomez and Berie (G…
While the Coronado High Schools boy’s basketball team could not take home a conference title this past Thursday, they still had plenty to play for.
Last season’s Coronado High School boys soccer team was historic. From finishing undefeated, to their runner-up finish in the CIF Open Final. Topping that performance was going to be an extremely difficult task for the 2023 squad.
Every team wants to head into the playoffs hot. No question. Playing your best ball at the right time is more critical than any early-season success.
So for the Coronado Islander girls soccer team, picking up two wins would give them that much-needed heat check before the start of the CIF DI Playoff run.
As the top seed in the CIF DI playoffs, the Islander girls water polo team was going to have a target on their back.
Coronado’s very own Fall 2022 3.0 women’s tennis team competed in the USTA So Cal Doubles and are the section champions. The team consists of 10 local women who won the league in the fall and played three lines of five matches over the weekend and went undefeated. The numbers: seven mom’s le…
Chin up, kid. A timeless saying often muttered to teams, players, or athletes after a grueling or heartbreaking loss.
It’s hard to hold back the smiles if you’re a Coronado High School boys basketball fan, which I’m hoping is all of you on this island.
This past week was Senior Night for the Lady Islanders water polo team. In what has been a strong 2023 season that has seen the Islanders work their record to 7-5 heading into the week, the team hoped to pick up another W for their three departing seniors.
Honored before the game for the time and contributions to the girls water polo program would be the trio of Abby Reyes, Tayah Bubulka, and Sofia Goikoetxea.
Coronado’s opponent for the night would be no pushover, as they would be facing off against one of the projected top seeds in the CIF Open, La Jolla High School, who entered the contest with a record of 18-7.
The home stretch for the Coronado High School boys soccer team was going to be critical. With just three games left to play in the regular season and their status of being an open division or division one playoff team still up in the air, wins were needed more now than ever.
What sport combines the tackling of football, the endurance and speed of soccer, the eye-hand coordination of lacrosse, and the sheer physical and mental toughness of them all? That’s right. Rugby.
The Coronado High School (CHS) Girls Rugby Club played three games in a tournament at Mission Bay High School on January 28. Small in number and big in
Senior America Camarillo keeps the ball away from her opponent during recent Lady Islander home basketball action.
For the past few seasons, meetings between Coronado High School’s girls soccer team and Cathedral Catholic’s team have been absolute classics.
On Saturday, December 3, 2022 at San Marcos High School, Coronado High School Competition Cheer Team won the CIF title in the 2022 CIF San Diego Section Traditional Cheer Championships. The CHS Competition Cheer Team of 15 cheerleaders is coached by Casey Popp, Lee Smith, Jean Younce, and Ma…
The matchup of the Coronado Islander boy’s basketball teams versus University City last week was an important one.
On Tuesday, January 24, the Coronado Islander boy’s soccer team took the pitch with just a little more to play with than usual as it was senior night for the boys in green in white.
The seniors that were honored included: Sam Cahill, Gabe Littrell, Emilio Rassvetaieff, Nick Lorr, Dylan Groeneveld, Julio Miyazaquil-Lopez, Logan Eastlick, Andrew Bear, Dario Piagentini, and Conner Little.
With their seniors honored, there was just one thing left to do to make it the perfect night for the soon-to-be 2023 Coronado High School grads; win the dang game.
The Coronado High School girl’s water polo team was looking to right the ship when they came into their match versus long-time rival Bishops High School.
After suffering back-to-back losses to both Clairemont High School and Schurr High School, the Islanders desperately needed a win.
But sadly for the Islanders, it would not
As mentioned in last week’s edition of the Eagle, the Coronado High School girl’s soccer team has been piecing together another strong season here in 2023.
Sometimes in baseball, a team must make a hard decision to reach and win a World Series. To cut a vet for payroll, ship off talented prospects for a win-now player, and even trade young and productive fan-favorite players.
The Coronado High School girl’s basketball team has continued to battle here in 2023. Most groups in San Diego County, if not the entire United States, would have packed it in and not even attempted to grow or progress after starting the season 1-13.
What makes a rivalry great? Is it the history, the bad blood, or the fan base’s general indifference toward each other. Whatever qualities you deem to make a great rivalry, you will undoubtedly find them etched into the fabric of the rivalry between Coronado High School and Point Loma High School.
And on Thursday, January 19, that bitter rivalry was again renewed as the Coronado High School boy’s soccer team went toe to toe with the Pointers.
Senior water polo player Sofia Goicocchaea faces off against a Clairemont opponent during a jump ball after the sprint. The Islanders split their two league games last week, with a thrilling overtime win last week versus La Jolla, followed by a narrow loss to Clairemont. League play continue…