Kargodorian Signs Letter of Intent

C.KargodorianOn Friday, May 2, Chloe Kargodorian ’14 signed her National Letter of Intent to swim for Army.  She will attend West Point.

Three Tripleheadder Wins, Three Teams Advance

Chaminade hosted a tripleheader for State playoffs on Wednesday, March 6, 2013, and with three wins, all three Varsity teams advanced to the next round. Games will be played on Friday, March 8 and Saturday, March 9

Girls’ Soccer State Final vs. Cathedral Catholic
5:00 p.m.
Warren High School
8141 Depalma Street
Downey, CA 90241
Tickets are $12 for adults, $8 for students/children
Live TV coverage on Time Warner Cable Sports channel 700

Girls’ Baksetball 2nd Round SoCal State Playoff Game vs. Santa Barbara High School
6:00 p.m.
Chaminade College Preparatory, West Hills
Uribe Sports Center
Doubleheader tickets are $10 for adults, $6 for students/children

Boys’ Basketball 2nd Round SoCal State Playoff Game vs. Damien High School
7:30 p.m.
Chaminade College Preparatory, West Hills
Uribe Sports Center
Doubleheader tickets are $10 for adults, $6 for students/children

Girls Basketball: Chaminade spins multiple records, wins first title

By Erik Boal, Staff Writer
Posted: February 27, 2013, Daily News, Los Angeles

Robyn Brown said it was like time was frozen, the arena was silent and she was living in the moment Wednesday.

The Chaminade senior wasn’t attempting a last-second shot or needing to make a clutch free throw. Instead, she was dribbling out the clock near mid-court in a championship game that had long since been decided.

The top-seeded Eagles didn’t have to rely on any late heroics, not after scoring 17 of the first 18 points, limiting St. Joseph of Lakewood to one first-half field goal and shooting 69 percent from the field in the second half.

It all added up to the most dominant performance in the 37-year history of the Southern Section Div. III-A final, with Chaminade setting records for most points and largest margin of victory in a 74-30 triumph at Anaheim Convention Center, securing the Eagles’ first title.

“This was our opportunity. We were here, we worked hard all season to get here and to be there with my girls, the three seniors, we’ve been through everything together, the tough losses, the amazing wins and we pulled this one out,” said Brown, who had 11 points and six assists, several in no-look, highlight-reel fashion. Read More

Boys Basketball, Girls Basketball, and Girls Soccer Advance to the CIF-SS Semi-Finals

As the winter season winds down, Chaminade still has three teams competing for CIF Championships, Boys and Girls Basketball, and Girls Soccer. All three teams have advanced to the CIF-SS Semi-finals in their respective divisions. The 3A Division’s #1 seed Girls Basketball team (25-3) travels to San Luis Obisbo High School on Saturday, February 23rd, to take on the Tigers (18-10). The Girls have won three straight Mission League Championships and are looking for their first ever CIF Title.

The Boys Basketball team (23-6) is seeded #3 in Division 3A and travel to Oak Park High school (27-3) Friday, February 22.  The Boys are on an eight game winning streak and lead each of their three CIF-SS Playoff opponents by 40+ points. The Boys have won CIF Championships in ’71, ’98, and ’99.

The Girls Soccer team (18-3-5) has stormed to the Division 1 Semi-finals with three thrilling victories. The Eagles defeated Los Alamitos (3-2) in round one, Canyon (Anaheim) (1-0) in the second round and Rancho Cucamonga (2-1) in the Quarterfinals. The Eagles travel to Harvard-Westlake (20-2-3) on Tuesday, February 26. This will be the third meeting between the teams, the first ending in a 0-0 tie and the second a 2-0 Wolverine victory played at Harvard-Westlake. The Girls Soccer team won CIF Championships in ’97, ’98, ’99, ’00. Good luck to our three CIF-SS Semi-finalist’s!