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Fourteen Torrey Pines athletes advance to CIF Track & Field Finals

At the CIF Preliminary Track & Field Championships, 24 Torrey Pines athletes competed in 14 events on May 24. Despite the interruption of their training with the recent wildfires, several set new personal records (PRs) and 14 advanced in 11 events to the upcoming CIF Division 1 Finals by placing among the top 9 finishers:

TPHS Girls Swim Team tops at Palomar League Championship

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The Torrey Pines High School Lady Falcons won the Palomar League Championship recently at Mt. Carmel High School for the sixth consecutive year. Kathryn Yang, girls team captain (front row center), accepted the award on behalf of the team.

Carmel Valley Middle School Girls Soccer Team wins BIG 8 Middle School Championship

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For the sixth straight season, the Carmel Valley Middle School Girls Soccer Team has won the Big 8 Middle School Soccer League Championship. Having only lost one game all season to Oak Crest Middle School, the girls came back to soundly defeat Oak Crest in the finals with a 2-0 score.

Cathedral Catholic High School athlete Brady Aiken is Number One MLB prospect in USA

Earlier this month, the NFL (National Football League) held its annual draft of new talent, drawing a plethora of attention, discussion, and celebration. Next up, the MLB (Major League Baseball) gets it’s turn during the first week of June to announce the future of dozens of hopeful young players vying for a shot to play professional baseball. After years of preparation and scouting, it’s a big moment for the top prospects in the sport from across the United States to hear if their names are called and to see if they can become the future of the league. One such prospect is Cathedral Catholic High School’s very own Brady Aiken, a left-handed pitcher for the school’s baseball team who (as of press time) is projected to be the number one pick by a consensus of draft experts.

Week in sports for Carmel Valley, Solana Beach and Del Mar

Sometimes the big innings come late, but they almost always seem to come eventually for Cathedral Catholic.

The Dons staged such outbursts on consecutive occasions as they moved closer to an Eastern League championship.

They scored four runs in the fifth inning to open up a five run lead in an 8-2 victory over St. Augustine on May 14

Week in sports for Carmel Valley, Del Mar and Solana Beach

Santa Fe Christian extended its Coastal League South winning streak to eight games to start the season as the Eagles defeated Rock Academy 14-1 on May 8.

The victory followed a 7-4 league win against La Jolla Country Day the previous day.

Canyon Crest Academy soccer, wrestling teams honored

The Canyon Crest Academy soccer team earned the highest GPA of any soccer team in North Coast San Diego.

The Canyon Crest Academy soccer and wrestling teams in Carmel Valley earned the highest GPA of any other wrestling or soccer team in the North Coast CIF San Diego section this season, winning them All Academic Team Honors. Jim Esterbrooks of the CIF San Diego Section honored the teams at a special presentation at the school on Friday, May 2.

Week in sports for Carmel Valley, Solana Beach and Del Mar

San Diego Jewish Academy defeated Maranatha Christian 7-5 in a Coastal League North game on May 1.

The win was the Lions’ first in league play and snapped a six-game skid.

Cody Brown had two hits including a triple and drove in four runs to lead the Lions.

Legendary Cathedral Coach Dick Serrano to retire

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After nearly 50 years at Uni/Cathedral Catholic High School baseball coach Dick Serrano will retire June 1. The following statement was released from Cathedral Catholic High School:

Week in sports for Carmel Valley, Del Mar and Solana Beach

Santa Fe Christian swept a two-game Coastal League South series from Horizon Christian Academy as standout Dillon Paulson led the Eagles in both games.

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