Fall Sports Update
Sports highlight of the week was definitely JV Volleyball’s massive three set win over Kehillah. After cruising 25-17 in the first set, the Rams stormed back in the second, 25-18. In the final set, Liora Homa caught fire and served out for the 15-0 shutout win, recording 14 total aces for the match. Varsity Volleyball fought hard in a tight 4 set battle with Kehillah but eventually fell 21-25, 25-23, 22-25, 23-25.
Boys Soccer was down three starters vs Bay on Wednesday but played neck and neck with the Breakers for the majority of the match, tied 1-1 in the 56th minute before relinquishing 3 goals. Raanan Schweig scored the lone Wolves goal, and the loss was the first of the season for Boys Soccer.
Sept 15: Boys Soccer vs Bay @ Kehilah
Sept 17: Girls Volleyball @ Bay
Sept 17: Cross Country Meet #1 @ Polo (GG Park)
Sept 19: Girls Volleyball @ Pescadero
Sept 19: Boys Soccer vs Bay @ Gateway
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JCHS Athletics is currently searching for Varsity Boys Volleyball and Varsity Girls Soccer head coaches for the Spring 2020 season. If you know of any qualified candidates, please have them contact Athletic Director Sean Moler: firstname.lastname@example.org
Save the Date -- All-School Spirit Games!
Mark your calendars for the All-School Spirit Games, October 17, and October 24. Come out in force to show your Wolf pride and support our Fall teams! We will kick off the events with a video team rally at Hakhel October 7 and members of the Student Athlete Advisory Board will be organizing face painting, pom poms, and rally songs the day of the games.
- October 17: Varsity Girls Volleyball @ Gateway (one block from JCHS campus!), 5:00pm (Sukkot Dinner to follow)
- October 24: Varsity Boys Soccer vs Drew @ Beach Chalet Soccer Fields (Golden Gate Park), 4:00pm
Wolf of the Week: Lilah Ferris
As a three year varsity starter, Lilah knew the impact that five graduating seniors would have on this year’s Varsity volleyball team. After being named co-captain, Lilah has risen to the challenge, leading this year’s Wolves by example with her hustle, grit, and perseverance. She has embraced her new role as starting setter with enthusiasm, and tallied 12 aces in two matches last week
. Lilah's inclusive and supportive style of leadership is revered by her teammates.