Our transition into spring sports is off to a great start!

Boys Soccer: After a phenomenal season, the boys soccer team finished with an overall record of 17-4-5 and 9-0-3 in league. After clinching their first league title since 1982, becoming CCS Champions for the first time since 2012, and winning in overtime penalty kicks in the NorCal Semi-Final game against Summerville; the Pirates fell to the Washington Eagles in the CIF Regional Championship game. A huge congratulations to Coach Toby Elmore, staff, and all our athletes on a very well-fought season.

Boys Golf: The Stevenson boys golf team traveled to Southern California on March 4 to compete in the prestigious Glendora Invitational against most of Southern California’s top golf programs. The Pirates took second place, one shot away from the first place team’s score. Fresh off his NorCal title soccer game on Saturday, Luke B. ’25 transitioned to his spring sport of golf and led the Pirates with a round of 73. Adam R. ’24 also fired a round of 73. Steven L ’25 followed up with a 75; Josh C. ‘25 shot 77, and Calvin E. ’27 fired a 78.

Girls Varsity Lacrosse: Pirates girls varsity lacrosse played hard but lost a close one at Los Gatos on March 4. After taking a commanding 9-4 lead, this one slipped away late 12-11. Though it didn’t end in their favor, the effort was exceptional from the whole squad. Macey T. ’25 led with seven tallies and Grace I. ’25 had a pair of goals with three assists. First-year Tatum Le T. ’27 had one goal and a pair of assists, while Naiya P. ’24 added one goal. It was a total team effort! The Pirates begin their league schedule after spring break.

Boys Lacrosse: Our boys lacrosse team will travel to Colorado over spring break to play against Denver East High School and Mountain Range High School. Their season will officially start on March 26 against Archbishop Mitty. With the young team, their goal is to continuously improve and win games in the process.

Boys Tennis: On Tuesday, March 5, Stevenson’s boys tennis team took on Salinas High School and won. With an overall team 7-0 victory, the boys are off to a promising start for a repeat league championship title.

Girls Swim and Dive: The girls swim and dive team boasts a powerhouse lineup with returning stars Emmerson F. ’25, Jacqui P. ’26, and Sienna C. ’25 leading the charge after their record-breaking performance at CCS last year. Supported by rising talents Franki D.B. ’26 and Mina Du P. ’25, along with promising 9th graders Charlotte M. ’27 and Angela H. ’27, the team is primed for another shot at glory.

Boys Swim and Dive: The boys swim and dive team, despite seeing many key scorers move on from high school, remains a force to be reckoned with again this year. Led by returning standouts Chris Y. ’26, Andy W. ’26, and Will M. ’25, as well as diving ace Becket H. ’25, the team aims to extend their impressive seven-year undefeated streak. With rising stars Thomas M. ’26, Jack LeT. ’24, and Isaac F. ’25 stepping up, on top of the addition of talented newcomers Finn R. ’27, Cody T. ’27, and Tyler H. ’26, the team is ready to defend their championship title with unrivaled determination and skill.

Pirate Baseball Baseball is off to a strong start! In their recent game against King City, Sean I. ’24 struck out seven batters over five innings in Stevenson’s 12-2 win. Phinn T. ’26 had two hits and four RBIs, while Jacob H. ’27 finished with two hits and two RBIs.

Pirate Softball Softball will play their first game on March 27 against Everett Alvarez High School. The team is excited and optimistic for their season to start following spring break.

Track and Field In an early season scrimmage for Stevenson’s track and field athletes, a squad of girls and boys shook off the rust and got the 2024 campaign started. The Pirates left the Watsonville relays with many PRs, twelve event victories, and five new meet records which were Kenzie T. ’26 F/S High Jump 4’6″, Mary Z. ’26 F/S Pole Vault 8’0″, Amaya C. ’26 F/S Triple Jump 31’1.5″, Divij A.-S. ’27 F/S 100m 12.03 and Divij A.-S. ‘27 F/S 200m 23.77.

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