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April 5, 2011 > Spring sports recap

Spring sports recap

By Sida Lu

Tennis
On March 28, Mission San Jose faced off against James Logan in a tennis match. The Warriors tennis team showed its dominance in a 7-0 sweep of the Colts, winning all three of the doubles matches and all four of the singles matches.

Volleyball
The defending Mission Valley Athletic League champion Mission San Jose Warriors visited Moreau Catholic on March 29. The Warriors cruised to another easy 3-0 victory behind Zaki Sarwary's nine kills, Jeffrey Kanemitsu's 20 assists and Alvin Zhou's nine digs.

The Mariners were unable to put up much of a fight, losing the three games by a combined margin of 34. This dropped Moreau to 6-5 on the season and 0-2 in league play while the Warriors remained undefeated in league and are 8-3 overall.

The Colts hosted the Kennedy Titans on March 29 as well, winning in three straight games by a combined margin of 28 points. Setter Andrew Cecere of Kennedy did his best to keep his team afloat, registering 17 assists but the Titans fell short and dropped to 8-4 while the Colts became 11-7. The very next day, Kennedy hosted Concord's Ygnacio Valley High in a non-league bout. Ygnacio Valley was not able to keep up with the Titans, however, and were blown out in three straight games. Trevor Campbell of Kennedy had 12 digs and Cecere had 19 assists in the winning effort.

Golf
On March 30, the Mariners golf team played a league match against Arroyo at the Skywest golf course. Moreau would end up winning by 12 strokes, 246 to 258 for Arroyo. Brandon Villiados of Arroyo shot a 46 with Moreau's Ed Surya's 47 close behind.

Track and Field
MVAL pole-vaulters headed to the Granada Invitational relays on April 2 . Mission San Jose's pairing of Kyaw Win and Ethan Plaza jumped 21 feet, with Win achieving a personal best of 11 feet.




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