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Athletics Leads the Charge for Fall Season

The Athletics fall season is underway and the Middle and Upper School teams are leading the charge in preparation and competition. 
Middle School Cross Country finished second overall in their first PBL League meet with a record roster size. The 6th, 7th, and 8th grade Volleyball teams are undefeated with straight-set wins against St. Matthews (6th and 7th), WNS (6th and 8th), and Geffen Academy and Windward (7th). In addition, the Middle School Swim team competed in their first dual meet after two weeks of preparation and defeated St. Matthews.

In Upper School sports, Varsity Cross Country placed second in their first league meet. JV Tennis defeated Brentwood and Geffen Academy. Varsity Tennis, 4-0 in league, earned first-time wins against Brentwood, Sierra Canyon, and Windward. In addition, the Varsity Tennis team clinched the First Serve Tournament Championship match with a win against Wilson. JV and Varsity Volleyball (5-0 in league) are off to a stellar start with wins against Buckley, St. Monica, Louisville, and Viewpoint, and the Varsity team earned the title of Champions of the Cardinal Classic at UCSB.

In addition to our league sports, Athletics launched a series of Lacrosse Clinics for the first time ever, with over 25 Middle and Upper School participants who train on the Panther field, across from the Cheer team who is preparing for their first performance.
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