Terra Nova High School Tiger Athletics

Terra Nova High School, Pacifica, California
Home of Scholars & Champions
Member of the Peninsula Athletic League & Central Coast Section, CIF

 

Tiger Pride!

 

 

VARSITY SOFTBALL

Head Coach: John Lewis [contact at jlsrl@aol.com]
Asst Coach: Matt Hanaike
Asst Coach: Mike Murphy
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Click here to view the TN Athletic Department Student/Athlete Parent Handbook
 
Click here to access the TNHS Athletic Department Online Registration Site
Please have your Physical Exam Document ready to upload!
Questions regarding the TNHS Online Athletic Registration process
should be directed to Athletic Director Bokamper at mnoeth@juhsd.net.
 
 

2017 Season Schedule:

Date
Day - Time
Opponent
Result
PAL
Record
Overall
Record
12/16
FRI
First Semester
Grading Period Concludes
2.00 GPA required to begin
the spring sport season!
XXX
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1/30
MON
SPRING SPORT PRACTICE BEGINS
XXX
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2/13
MON
Sportsmanship Night #2
All TNHS student/athletes and a parent guardian are expected to
attend at least one of the two Sportsmanship Nights presented
by the TN Athletic Department each school year.
7:00 pm in the TNHS Theater
2/17
FRI
4th Grading Period Concludes
2.00 GPA required to continue
the spring sport season!
XXX
XXX
XXX
2/20-24
MON-FRI
President's Week Holiday
Be sure to check with your coach for
your team's practice & game schedule!
XXX
XXX
XXX
2/23
THUR - 3:30
Washington (SF) @ TNHS
Rescheduled for 4/17/17.
CANCELED
XXX
XXX
2/27
MON - 4:00
TNHS vs Saint Ignatius
@ Fairmont Field, Pacifica
Lost: 0-10
0-0
0-1
3/2
THUR - 3:30
TNHS @ Harker Academy
Lost: 4-14
0-0
0-2
3/3
FRI - 4:00
Hillsdale @ TNHS
Lost: 1-11
0-0
0-3
3/4
SAT - 11:00
TNHS @ Carlmont
Lost: 0-10
0-0
0-4
SAT - 2:30
TNHS @ Woodside
Lost: 3-16
0-0
0-5
3/7
TUE - 3:30
TNHS vs Mercy Burlingame
@ Cuernavaca Park, Burlingame
Rescheduled for 4/3/17.
CANCELED
XXX
XXX
3/9
THUR - 4:00
TNHS @ Half Moon Bay
Lost: 0-15
0-0
0-6
3/13
MON - 3:30
Softball Team Picture Day
XXX
XXX
XXX
3/15
WED - 4:00
TNHS @ Aragon
Lost: 1-4
0-0
0-7
3/18
SAT - 10:00
Castilleja @ TNHS
Won: 10-3
0-0
1-7
SAT - 2:00
Lincoln (SF) @ TNHS
Lost: 6-8
0-0
1-8
3/22
WED - 4:00
* TNHS @ Menlo-Atherton
CANCELED
XXX
XXX
3/23
THUR - 4:00
Lowell @ TNHS
CANCELED
XXX
XXX
3/24
FRI - 4:00
* TNHS @ Mills



3/29
WED - 4:00
* El Camino @ TNHS



3/31
FRI - 4:00
* TNHS @ South San Francisco



4/3
MON - 4:00
TNHS vs Mercy Burlingame
@ Cuernavaca Park, Burlingame
Rescheduled from 3/7/17.



4/5
WED - 4:00
* TNHS @ Jefferson



4/7
FRI
5th Grading Period Concludes
2.00 GPA required to continue
the spring sport season!
XXX
XXX
XXX
4/10-14
MON-FRI
Spring Recess
Be sure to check with your coach for
your team's practice & game schedule!
XXX
XXX
XXX
4/17
MON - 4:00
Washington (SF) @ TNHS
Make-up game from 2/23/27.



4/19
WED - 4:00
* San Mateo @ TNHS



4/21
FRI - 4:00
* Menlo-Atherton @ TNHS



4/26
WED - 4:00
* Mills @ TNHS



4/28
FRI - 4:00
* TNHS @ El Camino



4/29
SAT - 11:00
TNHS Alumni @ TNHS
XXX
XXX
XXX
5/3
WED - 4:00
* Jefferson @ TNHS



5/5
FRI - 4:00
* South San Francisco @ TNHS
SENIOR DAY



5/10
WED - 4:00
* TNHS @ San Mateo









5/15
MON
Spring Sports Awards Night
Sponsored by the Terra Nova Booster Club
7:00 pm in the TNHS Theater
5/17-18
WED-THUR
Central Coast Section
Softball Playoffs Begin



5/26
FRI
LAST DAY OF SCHOOL
2nd Semester
Grading Period Concludes
2.00 GPA required to participate
in a fall season sport!
XXX
XXX
XXX
5/27
SAT
Central Coast Section
Softball Playoffs Conclude



5/29
MON
Memorial Day Holiday
XXX
XXX
XXX
PLEASE PLAN AHEAD
TNHS GRADUATION IS ON THURSDAY, MAY 25 ... THE LAST DAY OF SCHOOL IS FRIDAY, MAY 26.
THE CCS SOFTBALL PLAYOFFS EXTEND AFTER GRADUATION AND THE LAST DAY OF SCHOOL!
PRE-SEASON or NON-LEAGUE GAMES
* PENINSULA ATHLETIC LEAGUE - OCEAN DIVISION GAMES
CENTRAL COAST SECTION PLAYOFFS
       

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FAQs:

Click here to view the TN Athletic Department Student/Athlete Parent Handbook
 
How do I contact the Head Varsity Softball Coach?
 
Coach Lewis can be contacted at jlsrl@aol.com.
 
How do I join the Girl's Varsity Softball team?
 
A softball sign-up meeting will be held during lunch, on a date and at a location to be announced in the TN daily bulletin and posted in the girls' locker room. The softball program may also have a sign-up table at the Spring Sports Fair in the TNHS quad area on a date to be announced.
 
Girls wishing to join the TNHS softball program must complete Terra Nova's Online Athletic Department Registration process prior to the first practice.
 
Click here to access the TNHS Athletic Department Online Registration Site
 
 
When and where is the first day of practice?
 
The first day of softball practice is Monday, January 30th at 3:15 pm at the TN Softball diamond. Please remember that all athletes must have completed Terra Nova's Online Athletic Registration prior to participating in softball practice.
 
 
My daughter plays a TNHS winter season sport (basketball, soccer, wrestling). Since the end of the winter season overlaps with the start of the spring season, can my daughter still play TNHS softball?
 
Yes ... the softball coaches are aware of the winter/spring season overlap and will accommodate winter sport athletes with a valid and appropriate tryout period once their winter sport season has concluded. Winter sport athletes who are transitioning to a spring season sport must do the following:
  • The athlete must inform the softball coach that they are participating in a TNHS winter season sport.
  • By CIF, CCS and PAL bylaws, a winter sport athlete cannot tryout or practice with their spring season sport team until their winter sport team season has concluded ... including postseason playoffs for varsity winter sport athletes. A high school athlete cannot practice or play on two different high school teams at the same time.
  • It is Terra Nova Athletic Department policy that an athlete who quits a winter sport team cannot begin to tryout or practice with a spring sport team until the winter sport team's regular season has concluded. In other words, a TNHS athlete cannot quit one team to join another.
  • It is Terra Nova Athletic Department policy that a winter sport athlete must return all TNHS issued uniforms and equipment to their winter sport coach prior to trying out or practicing with their spring sport team.
 Any questions regarding these policies should be directed to the Athletic Director.
 
There are numerous youth league and club opportunities in the community for softball players. Can my daughter practice and play TNHS softball and youth league or club softball at the same time?
 
No ... absolutely not!Trying out, practicing and/or playing on a youth league or club softball team while the high school season is in progress is a serious violation of CIF, CCS and PAL bylaws that can result in forfeiture of games and sanctions placed upon the athlete and school. There is a lot of misinformation regarding this rule ... always check with your high school coach or the Athletic Director ... NOT THE YOUTH LEAGUE OR CLUB COACH ... regarding legal participation on a youth league or club team.
 
 
Does my daughter need a physical exam and insurance to play softball?
 
Yes ... each student/athlete must have passed a physical exam for softball during the calendar year preceding the first day of practice. Your daughter will NOT be allowed to practice without a physical exam and adequate insurance. Most athletes will get a physical exam from their own doctor ... it is a good idea to make your appointment as early as possible. For those who cannot schedule a physical exam with their family physician, Terra Nova HS will provide an opportunity for physical exams ... alternate physical exam opportunities can be accessed by downloading the TNHS Physical Exam Flyer available on the "FORMS" page linked to at the top of this page.
 
Those athletes who are not properly insured may purchase insurance for softball through Terra Nova High School ... ask your coach for a MYERS & STEVENS insurance application.
 
In these difficult budgetary times, will the JUHSD and the Terra Nova Athletic Department be able to provide transportation to and from all away games?
 
The Terra Nova Athletic Department budget can no longer support the cost of district provided transportation to away matches. As a team we will need the support of parents to drive to away games. As a coaching staff we have made all due effort to limit the travel distance to away games ... as we are aware that this can cause an inconvenience for our team's parents. In order to assist the team with transportation, adult drivers must have a completed JUHSD TRANSPORTATION FORM on file with the Athletic Director.The proper transportation forms can be downloaded from www.terranovasports.com. Assisting the Terra Nova Athletic Program with transportation is a tax deductible donation.
 
Will team members be expected to participate in fund raising activities?
 
Yes ... each team member is expected to eagerly, enthusiastically and efficiently participate in fund raising activities on behalf of the Athletic Department in general and more specifically on behalf of their individual team.  Each team's head coach may promote fund raising activities for their specific team. 100% of the team specific funds raised will stay with the team that generated them.
 
Fund raising is an integral part of being a team member. Failure to participate in Athletic Department and Team Fund Raisers at an appropriate level places the entire Athletic Program and specific teams in jeopardy. Therefore, failure to participate and equally share in the burden of fund raising will result in loss of playing time or dismissal from the team.
 
What is Sportsmanship Night ... and why is it mandatory?
 
Terra Nova is a proud member of the California Interscholastic Federation program "PURSUING VICTORY WITH HONOR". A requirement of the "PURSUING VICTORY WITH HONOR" program is a mandatory meeting with a team's Head Coach, to be  attended by the student/athlete and their parent/guardian/caregiver. Therefore the Terra Nova Athletic Department presents two different Sportsmanship Nights during the school year ... one during the fall semester and a second during the spring semester. Attendance at one of these meetings is mandatory for each participating athlete and at least one of their parents. A multiple sport athlete and their parent/guardian/caregiver need only attend one Sportsmanship Night each school year. It is recommended that Fall and Winter athletes attend Sportsmanship Night #1 (during the Fall Semester) and that Spring Sport athletes attend Sportsmanship Night #2 (during the Spring Semester).
 
Parents will be asked to register upon their arrival at Sportsmanship Night to verify their attendance. At registration, each family will be asked to make a voluntary $40 donation to the TNHS Athletic Department ... 70% of each donation will go to funding the Athletic Department to assist in the offsetting of the myriad of department and event costs ... the remaining 30% will go to the specific team that generated the donation. Parents who are not prepared to make the voluntary $40 donation at Sportsmanship Night or are parents of multiple sport athletes may make their voluntary, seasonal sport specific $40 donation through their team's head coach.
 
Athletes whose parents do not attend a Sportsmanship Night will be provided an ALTERNATE SPORTSMANSHIP NIGHT FORM in connection with the TNHS ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT STUDENT/ATHLETE HANDBOOK ... to be read and signed by both the athlete and parent ... and then submitted to the head coach of the athlete's team prior to continued participation on that team.
 
The Sportsmanship Night agenda provides an opportunity for the athlete and family to learn about CIF, CCS, PAL & TNHS governance policies regarding high school athletics ... including, but not limited to academic and residential eligibility, grading periods & eligibility standards, school and practice attendance, behavior & discipline expectations, athletic department budget & funding, fund raising opportunities, coach/parent/athlete communication protocol, the relationship, differences and potential conflicts between high school sports and off-campus youth league or club teams and finally ... high school sportsmanship expectations for athletes and spectators.
 
Following the conclusion of the general Sportsmanship Night agenda ... each team will have the opportunity for a brief meeting with their head coach.
 

 
 
 
 

History:

2016
Head Coach: John Lewis
PAL Record: 4-8 (5th place)
Overall Record: 6-14
Most Valuable Players: Tori Jaques & Melina Coleman
Result

2/23
Washington (SF)
Won: 9-8
2/24
Lowell
Lost: 3-5
2/29
Saint Ignatius
Lost: 3-13
3/1
Notre Dame Belmont
Lost: 1-14
3/2
Capuchino
Lost: 3-13
3/16
El Camino
Won: 14-8
3/24
San Mateo
Lost: 2-6
3/29
Menlo-Atherton
Won: 15-1
3/30
Half Moon Bay
Lost: 0-15
4/1
Lincoln (SF)
Won: 12-2
4/13
Jefferson
Won: 9-6
4/18
South San Francisco
Lost: 5-11
4/20
El Camino
Lost: 7-13
4/22
Sequoia
Lost: 2-17
4/25
Sequoia
Lost: 2-14
4/27
South San Francisco
Lost: 21-25
5/4
Menlo-Atherton
Won: 10-0
5/6
Jefferson
Lost: 10-11
5/9
San Mateo
Lost: 1-11
5/12
Mercy Burlingame
Lost: 3-12
2015
Head Coach: John Lewis
PAL Record: 8-4 (2nd place)
Overall Record: 12-9
Most Valuable Players: Kela Kapuniai & Coralie Ringuette
Result

2/23
Washington (SF)
Won: 7-3
2/26
Saint Ignatius
Lost: 1-6
3/5
Aragon
Lost: 4-6
3/9
Sequoia
Lost: 3-4
3/11
Half Moon Bay
Lost: 0-7
3/13
Balboa
Won: 4-1
3/18
Mills
Lost: 6-7
3/25
South San Francisco
Won: 13-4
3/27
San Mateo
Lost: 2-3
4/1
Jefferson
Won: 10-4
4/3
Menlo-Atherton
Won: 11-4
4/15
El Camino
Won: 5-3
4/17
Mills
Lost: 1-5

Watsonville Invitational Tournament
2nd Place Team

4/18
Santa Cruz
Won: 4-1
Watsonville
Won: 10-2
San Lorenzo Valley
Lost: 7-8



4/24
South San Francisco
Won: 6-5
4/29
San Mateo
Won: 9-4
5/1
Jefferson
Won: 13-3
5/2
TNHS Alumni
Won: 9-6
5/5
Menlo-Atherton
Won: 10-1
5/8
El Camino
Lost: 8-9
2014
Head Coach: Donna Tolero
PAL Record: 9-3 (1st place)
Overall Record: 11-16
Most Valuable Players: Maia Borovina & Kela Kapuniai
Result
3/4
Sequoia
Lost: 0-8
3/8
Alisal
Won: 14-0
3/11
Notre Dame Belmont
Lost: 3-9
3/15
Sacred Heart Cathedral
Lost: 4-5
3/21
Lowell
Lost: 2-6
3/22
Oak Grove
Lost: 6-15
3/22
Monta Vista
Lost: 8-13
3/26
Saint Ignatius
Lost: 5-6
3/28
Menlo-Atherton
Won: 15-0
4/9
Jefferson
Won: 15-0
4/16
San Mateo
Lost: 5-7
4/18
South San Francisco
Won: 4-3

Watsonville HS Invitational
7th Place Team

4/19
San Lorenzo Valley
Lost: 5-6
Carmel
Lost: 1-6
Seaside
Won: 1-0



4/23
Mills
Won: 8-2
4/29
Menlo-Atherton
Won: 3-0
5/1
Jefferson
Won: 18-1
5/2
Half Moon Bay
Lost: 2-6
5/5
San Mateo
Lost: 5-8
5/7
El Camino
Won: 7-4
5/7
El Camino
Won: 12-2
5/12
South San Francisco
Won: 22-7
5/13
Mills
Lost: 1-2
2013
Head Coach: Donna Tolero
PAL Record: 2-12 (7th place)
Overall Record: 3-19
Most Valuable Players: Janelle DeJong & Simala Afoa
Result

2/23
San Leandro
Lost: 5-8
2/27
Alisal
Won: 16-4
2/28
Saint Ignatius
Lost: 0-10
3/2
Leland
Lost: 0-10
3/2
Willow Glen
Lost: 2-12
3/5
Palo Alto
Lost: 0-9
3/13
Balboa
Lost: 4-5
3/19
Half Moon Bay
Lost: 0-1
3/21
Sequoia
Lost: 3-9
3/23
Sacred Heart Cathedral
Lost: 1-6
3/26
Aragon
Lost: 3-6
3/28
Aragon
Lost: 3-4
4/9
Capuchino
Won: 9-8
4/11
Burlingame
Lost: 0-11
4/16
Carlmont
Lost: 0-13
4/18
Hillsdale
Lost: 6-10
4/19
Piedmont Hills
Lost: 0-8
4/23
Half Moon Bay
Lost: 0-7
4/25
Sequoia
Lost: 1-13
4/30
Capuchino
Won: 4-2
5/2
Carlmont
Lost: 0-10
5/7
Burlingame
Lost: 0-6
5/9
Hillsdale
Lost: 0-10
2012
Head Coach: Donna Tolero
PAL Record: 2-10 (7th place)
Overall Record: 6-19
Most Valuable Player: Janelle DeJong
Result

Click here to view Max Preps stats and line scores for the 2012 season.
2/28
Palo Alto
Lost: 2-10
3/3
Acalanes
Won: 4-3
3/3
San Leandro
Won: 17-4
3/6
Piedmont Hills
Lost: 0-6
3/10
Sacred Heart Cathedral
Lost: 4-7
3/10
Monta Vista
Lost: 5-7
3/17
Fremont
Won: 14-1
3/17
Cupertino
Won: 11-2
3/19
Sequoia
Lost: 0-10
3/22
Capuchino
Lost: 0-10
3/24
Willow Glen
Lost: 2-3
3/28
Burlingame
Lost: 1-6
3/29
Aragon
Won: 5-3
4/4
Saint Ignatius
Lost: 0-1
4/12
Hillsdale
Lost: 0-8
4/14
North Monterey County
Lost: 0-8
4/14
Saint Francis CCC
Lost: 0-4
4/14
San Lorenzo Valley
Lost: 0-10
4/17
Half Moon Bay
Won: 3-2
4/20
Carlmont
Lost: 1-14
4/24
Capuchino
Lost: 0-10
4/26
Burlingame
Lost: 0-10
5/1
Aragon
Lost: 5-15
5/3
Carlmont
Lost: 3-5
5/8
Hillsdale
Lost: 1-11
5/10
Half Moon Bay
Lost: 1-4
2011
Head Coach: Donna Tolero
PAL Record: 6-8 (5th place)
Overall Record: 13-14
Most Valuable Player: Devon Murphy
Result

3/1
Saint Francis
Lost: 0-3
3/5
Monta Vista
Lost: 6-8
3/5
Santa Clara
Won: 10-1
3/7
Palo Alto
Won: 11-4
3/9
San Mateo
Won: 4-3
3/17
San Jose Academy
Won: 18-1
3/22
Aragon
Won: 4-2
3/28
Mountain View
Won: 7-2
3/29
Mills
Won: 6-4
4/8
Piedmont Hills
Lost: 2-4
4/11
Saint Ignatius
Lost: 2-3
4/12
Carlmont
Lost: 1-4
4/14
Hillsdale
Lost: 0-10
4/19
Burlingame
Won: 3-2
4/21
Aragon
Lost: 2-8
4/26
Half Moon Bay
Won: 3-2
4/28
Mills
Won: 11-5
4/29
Prospect
Lost: 0-9
4/30
Alisal
Won: 10-0
5/3
Capuchino
Won: 3-1
5/5
Carlmont
Lost: 0-4
5/6
Alma Heights
Won: 14-0
5/9
Half Moon Bay
Lost: 2-5
5/10
Hillsdale
Lost: 0-6
5/11
Capuchino
Lost: 4-8
5/12
Burlingame
Lost: 2-3
5/18
Central Coast Section Division III Playoffs
San Lorenzo Valley
Lost: 2-3
2010
Head Coach: Donna Tolero
PAL Record: 1-13 (8th place)
Overall Record: 5-18
Most Valuable Player: Devon Murphy
Result
2/25
Saint Francis
Lost: 0-3
3/4
Saint Ignatius
Lost: 2-5
3/11
Palo Alto
Lost: 3-5
3/15
Sobrato
Won: 4-0
3/16
Carlmont
Lost: 0-2
3/20
Mercy Burlingame
Won: 3-1
3/20
Monta Vista
Lost: 0-10
3/23
Half Moon Bay
Lost: 1-4
3/25
Aragon
Lost: 0-11
3/31
Notre Dame San Jose
Won: 10-0
4/1
Mills
Lost: 4-10
4/7
Alisal
Lost: 0-4
4/13
Hillsdale
Lost: 0-10
4/15
Capuchino
Lost: 0-3
4/16
Alma Heights
Won: 7-0
4/22
Half Moon Bay
Lost: 2-3
4/23
Burlingame
Lost: 1-4
4/29
Carlmont
Lost: 1-2
5/4
Mills
Won: 3-2
5/5
Aragon
Lost: 0-14
5/6
Hillsdale
Lost: 0-2
5/11
Capuchino
Lost: 0-4
5/13
Burlingame
Lost: 1-3
2009
Head Coach: Donna Tolero
PAL Record: 7-7 (4th place)
Overall Record: 11-14
Most Valuable Players: Kelly Schulze & Devon Murphy
Result
3/6
Sacred Heart Cathedral
Won: 10-0
3/7
Willow Glen
Won: 5-2
3/7
Lynbrook
Lost: 1-5
3/18
Saint Ignatius
Lost: 1-2
3/20
Soquel
Lost: 3-4
3/21
Del Mar
Lost: 4-5
3/21
Mountain View
Lost: 1-6
3/24
Aragon
Won: 4-0
3/26
Carlmont
Lost: 1-11
3/31
Mills
Won: 2-1
4/2
Hillsdale
Won: 2-1
4/3
Monterey
Won: 8-2
4/4
San Lorenzo Valley
Lost: 3-11
4/4
Notre Dame Belmont
Lost: 0-10
4/11
Monta Vista
Lost: 0-11
4/14
Capuchino
Won: 3-2
4/16
Burlingame
Lost: 0-9
4/21
Half Moon Bay
Won: 4-1
4/23
Aragon
Lost: 2-6
4/28
Carlmont
Lost: 0-5
4/30
Mills
Lost: 3-4
5/5
Hillsdale
Lost: 1-3
5/7
Capuchino
Won: 4-1
5/12
Burlingame
Won: 2-1
5/14
Half Moon Bay
Lost: 3-4
2008
Head Coach: Donna Tolero
PAL Record: 13-1 (1st place)
Overall Record: 22-4
Most Valuable Player:Kelly Schulze
Result

2/25
El Camino
Won: 4-2
2/29
Capuchino
Lost: 5-7
3/4
Los Altos
Won: 6-3
3/6
Aragon
Lost: 1-11
3/11
Mercy Burlingame
Won: 5-4
3/12
Menlo Atherton
Won: 12-2
3/14
South San Francisco
Won: 12-0
3/15
Monte Vista Christian
Won: 8-5
3/15
Fremont Christian
Won: 13-0
3/15
Sacred Heart Cathedral
Won: 10-0
3/17
Jefferson
Won: 12-7
3/20
South San Francisco
Won: 11-0
3/26
Harker School
Won: 11-1
3/31
Castilleja
Won: 2-0
4/2
Woodside
Won: 5-2
4/4
Sequoia
Won: 8-2
4/9
Jefferson
Won: 11-1
4/11
San Mateo
Won: 2-0
4/17
Alisal
Won: 8-2
4/21
Menlo Atherton
Won: 14-2
4/23
Menlo School
Won: 13-4
4/25
Woodside
Lost: 0-1
4/30
Sequoia
Won: 5-0
5/5
San Mateo
Won: 11-0
5/7
Menlo School
Won: 10-0
5/15
CCS Playoffs: Pioneer
Lost: 1-2
2007
Head Coach: Steve Roque
PAL Record: 7-7 (4th place)
Overall Record: 7-9
CO-MVP's: Danielle Morse, Kelly Schulze
Result
3/6
Mills
Lost: 0-16
3/21
Menlo Atherton
Lost: 5-6
3/28
Menlo School
Won: 14-0
3/30
Woodside
Lost: 1-6
4/4
Sequoia
Lost: 2-10
4/6
Jefferson
Won: 12-3
4/18
San Mateo
Lost: 11-12
4/20
Menlo Atherton
Lost: 3-7
4/25
South San Francisco
Won: 12-0
4/27
Menlo School
Won: 7-0
5/1
Sequoia
Lost: 1-6
5/2
Woodside
Lost: 3-15
5/7
Jefferson
Won: 14-0
5/8
South San Francisco
Won: 11-1
5/9
San Mateo
Won: 8-7
2006
Head Coach: Steve Roque
PAL Record: 7-7 (4th place)
Overall Record: 7-7
MVP: Kayla Crittendon
Result

 3/22

South San Francisco
Won: 8-3
4/17
Woodside
Lost: 1-3
4/18
Menlo School
Won: 2-1
4/19
Menlo Atherton
Lost: 2-6
4/21
South San Francisco
Won: 10-0
4/24
Jefferson
Won: 8-2
4/25
Sequoia
Lost: 2-6
4/26
Menlo School
Lost: 0-5
4/28
Woodside
Lost: 3-10
5/1
San Mateo
Won: 4-0
5/3
Sequoia
Lost: 1-9
5/5
Jefferson
Won: 9-6
5/8
San Mateo
Lost: 4-6
5/10
Menlo Atherton
Won: 11-1
2005
 
 
 
 
 
 

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