Girls go 12-0 to win PCL title
Woodbridge High School
Woodbridge High’s girls basketball team went 12-0 in the Pacific Coast League (21-4 overall) to capture its first league title since 2017. “This has been a special year,” Coach Keith Clarkson says. “Our defense, 3-point shooting and balanced roster have been our best attributes. We are also blessed with a nice balance of talented seniors and underclassmen.” Sophomore Teagan Burrus led the team in scoring, averaging 13.5 points a game. Sophomore Hana Watanabe averaged 12.1 points a game. Senior Ashley Cheng averaged 6.7 points a game, and senior Anna Jensen averaged 6.1 points a game.
All-CIF player signs with Drake
Portola High School
Portola High football standout Parker Olthoff, a tight end and defensive end, signed a national letter of intent to play college football with Drake University. “Couldn’t be more proud of Parker,” Portola’s athletic director and football coach, Peter Abe, says. “The work he’s put in over the past few years has been admirable.” Olthoff was named Portola’s most improved player and led the team and league in sacks, tackles for a loss and caused fumbles. He was also All-CIF and earned first team All-Pacific Coast League.
Vaqueros star heads to Oregon
Irvine High School
Irvine High’s Jack Condon signed a national letter of intent to play football at George Fox University in Newberg, Oregon. The Vaqueros’ cornerback and wide receiver was joined by his parents, Kevin and Christie, brother Shane and Coach Tom Ricci at the signing. Condon was named first-team All-Pacific Hills League on defense and helped the Vaqueros capture the league title.
Bulldogs win title in b-ball
Portola High School
Portola High junior Colin Huang had many big games for the Bulldogs but none bigger than his 24-point game to beat Woodbridge 60-44 and earn the Pacific Coast League basketball title. “It was a team effort, and we gave it all we had,” Huang says. “The title is what we worked for all season.” Coached by Brian Smith, Portola finished with a 10-2 record.