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.
photo by: Samuel Mawanda/MaxPreps
photo by: Tom Huston/MaxPreps
Eagle fans rejoice – Girls’ Soccer and Girls’ Basketball have extended their seasons with playoff games on Thursday, February 15!
Girls’ Soccer goes first with a 5:00 p.m. match against Redondo Union. The teams face-off in the first round of the 2018 CIF-SS Ford Girls Soccer Division 2 Championships. It is an away game for the Eagles.
At 7:00 p.m., Girls’ Basketball takes on Lakeside (Lake Elsinore) in the first round of the 2018 CIF-SS Ford Girls Basketball Division 1 Championships. As the number one seed in Division 1, the Eagles host the Lancers at the Uribe Sports Center (West Hills).
On National Signing Day, three Chaminade College Preparatory seniors signed a National Letter of Intent to play a sport at the collegiate level. Two of the student athletes play football, and one plays soccer.
- Ashley Sapon, University of California, Berkeley
- Alex Gubner, University of Montana
- Matthew Bohamed, University of San Diego
On Tuesday, February 21, Chaminade Girls’ Soccer defeated St. Margaret’s, 2-0 in the second round of CIF-SS Division 3 playoffs. They face the #1 seed, Bishop Amat in a quarterfinal match-up today, Friday, February 24. The match kicks off at 5:00 p.m., at Bishop Amat.
photo by: Cliff Fong
It’s a busy week of playoffs for Chaminade Athletics. Girls’ Soccer, Girls’ Basketball and Wrestling each face another round of competition.
On February 16, Girls’ Soccer defeated Arroyo Grande 3-1 in round one of the CIF-SS Division 3 playoffs. While Girls’ Basketball was defeated by Sierra Canyon on February 18, they move on to the Open Division consolation round. Jack Cheney ’17 and Erich Osteen ’19 each finished 3rd in their respective divisions during the CIF-SS Individual Divisionals, and will both participate in the upcoming CIF-SS Masters Meet.
Tuesday, February 21
Girls’ Soccer vs. St. Margaret’s
CIF-SS Division 3, second round
Booster Stadium, West Hills
Wednesday, February 23
Girls’ Basketball vs. Alemany
CIF-SS Open Division, consolation second round
Uribe Center, West Hills
Friday, February 24
CIF-SS Masters Meet
Citizens Bank Arena, Ontario