Chaminade’s Girls’ Basketball team is moving onto the quarterfinal round of the CIF-SS Ford Girls Basketball Division 1 Championships! In front of their home crowd, the Eagles defeated Santa Barbara, 71-47 during the second round of playoffs on Saturday, February 17.
Chaminade travels to Vista Murrieta on Wednesday, February 21 for the quarterfinal game. Tip-off is at 7:00 p.m.
Wrestling Coach, Bill Wilson, with Erich Osteen ’19 (left) and Patrick Rowland ’19 (right). photo by: Chaminade Wrestling
After the CIF-Southern Section Boys Individual Chamipionships, Chaminade will send two wrestlers to the 2017-2018 CIF-SS Wrestling Masters Meet on February 23 and 24. The Masters Meet will be held at Temecula Valley High School.
Erich Osteen ’19 won the 220-pound division, and qualified for Masters. To win the CIF championship, Osteen defeated the 5th ranked wrestler in California from St. John Bosco.
During the 132-pound division Consolation Finals, Patrick Rowland ’19 came up short against the 19th state ranked wrestler from Sultana. Rowland then wrestled in one more match, through which he qualified for the Masters Meet.
During the same weekend as the Masters Meet, Osteen’s sister, Katja ’21, will wrestle in the 2018 CIF State Girls Championship in Visalia. She won the Girls’ CIF-SS Masters Championship in the 160-pound division on February 10.
Chaminade’s Girls’ Soccer and Basketball teams played in CIF-Southern Section playoff games on Thursday, February 15. While Girls’ Soccer was defeated 4-0 by Redondo Union, Girls’ Basketball secured a 67-41 victory against Lakeside (Lake Elsinore).
The basketball team moves onto the second round of the CIF-SS Ford Girls Basketball Division 1 Championships. They face Santa Barbara on Saturday February 17, at home. The game tips off at the Uribe Sports Center at 6:00 p.m. Tickets are $10 per adult and $5 per child under 12-years-old.
Cole Reibenspies ’18 and Jared Stark ’18 signed their National Letters of Intent to play baseball. Reibenspies will play baseball for the United States Naval Academy; and Stark will play baseball for Linfield College.
photo by: Chaminade Wrestling
Katja Osteen ’21 made Chaminade history on February 10 when she won the CIF Southern Section Masters. Osteen is the first Eagle to become a CIF-SS Masters champion. On her road to the title, Osteen defeated the returning California state champion, who was ranked 1st in the state.
Next up for Osteen is the 2018 CIF State Girls Championship in Visalia on February 23 and 24.