CCA Ravens conclude historic lacrosse season

Front row (L-R): Lauren Hong, Paige Weinstein, Sarah Malott, Katie Carlson, Emma Normoyle, Amanda Presar, Allie Ma, Thea Hanson, Daisy Valdivieso; Back row (L-R): Ally Deremer, Caroline Bowman, Dani Kalinowski, Hannah Walker, Jessie McConville, Alexa Carter, Rayna Higuchi, Isabella Gauvreau, Alyson Tharp.

The Canyon Crest Girls Lacrosse team recently concluded its 2014 season, finishing with an outstanding overall record of 18-3, while earning the number 1 seed in the San Diego CIF Open Division playoffs.

Following two impressive playoff wins over La Jolla and Poway High Schools, the girls earned a trip to the CIF Open championship game, eventually losing to defending champion La Costa Canyon 12 to 9 in a hard-fought contest. The season marked the Ravens’ first Palomar league championship, finishing with a perfect league record of 6-0. During the season, the Ravens held the number 1 ranking in San Diego County by Max Preps for most of the year and have been consistently ranked within the top 10 teams in all of California. This year’s impressive season follows last year’s breakthrough performance in which the Ravens captured the CIF Division 1 championship, defeating Cathedral Catholic in the final game.

The 2014 Ravens squad was led by head coach Rebecca Kingsbury, assistant coach Trevor Kingsbury and team captains Emma Normoyle, Alexa Carter and Palomar League Player of the Year Katie Carlson. Expect the Ravens to be a major player again in San Diego high school lacrosse in 2015 with 12 returning players from this year’s varsity team to participate again next season.

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  4. Ravens Girls Basketball Camp to be held Aug. 19-23 at Canyon Crest Academy
  5. Week in sports for Carmel Valley, Solana Beach and Del Mar

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