Girls’ Golf Represented in CIF-SS Individual Regional


Hannah Bundschuh ’17 at Simi Valley Invitational in September 2016. Photo by: Andy Holzman/Los Angeles Daily News

Senior Hannah Bundschuh finished off her Chaminade Golf career with an invitation to the CIF-SS Individual Regionals on October 24, 2016. She is the first Eagle golfer to represent the team at CIF since 2008.

Bundschuh has played on the Girls’ Golf team for four years as a high school student and has been team captain for the past two years. In addition, she played golf in middle school at Chaminade. Her teammate, Genevieve King ’18, earned All-League honors in golf this year.

Mission League Win for Chaminade Over Alemany

Photo by Michael Owen Baker/Los angles Daily News

One week after a decisive Homecoming victory, Chaminade football faced Alemany in an away game. The Eagles came away from their Mission League match-up with a 28-14 win.

Chaminade is now 5-2 overall, and 2-1 in their league. The Eagles return home for a game against Notre Dame. Kick-off is at 7:00 p.m., at Booster Stadium on the West Hills campus.

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.

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!