“Welcome back to the 2023-2024 school year. This year, the school received 276 athletes early for pre-season training, with the football team arriving for work on August 7th and the other fall sports beginning a week later. We continue to field a full slate of sports in the fall, offering football, boys cross country, boys water polo, girls volleyball, girls tennis, girls golf, girls water polo, field hockey, and girls cross country in addition to our dance team, which is entering year three of existence. We are just beginning to have contests for this year, and we are looking forward to continuing the success we have had over the last few years where the Pirates have won 41 league titles, 5 team section titles, 5 individual section titles, and sent 40+ student-athletes to play collegiately, since 2017.

A full recap of last year’s amazing accolades by our athletes and the 2022-2023 campaign can be found by season (Fall, Winter, Spring), but in summary, the Pirates were able to capture 10 league titles and 3 CCS titles. As a result of winning the CCS, Girls Water Polo, Boys Golf, and Baseball all advanced to the NorCal championships with our Girls Water Polo team advancing to the championship game. In addition, golfer Luke Brandler ‘25 won individual medalist honors at the CCS Championship, while Curtis Da Silva ‘23 (boys) and Nikki Iniakov ‘25 (girls) advanced as individuals to their respective State Championships. Our athletes also garnered league recognition accounting for 8 MVP/Athlete of the Year awards, 3 Offensive Player of the Year awards, 2 Defensive Player of the Year awards, and 2 Pitcher of the Year awards. Trent Toole ‘23 was also named the County Athlete of the Year following Evan Johnson ‘22 who claimed the award the prior year. We also broke two track & field records and two swim records. Finally, we had 15 college athletes from the class of 2023, including four at the Division 1 level.”