SJND Cross Country Takes State! & Fall 2015 Pilot Sports Recap | Saint Joseph Notre Dame High School


SJND Cross Country Takes State! & Fall 2015 Pilot Sports Recap

Women's Cross Country

What an exciting season for the fall student-athletes and Pilot fans!

Men's and Women's Cross Country
Congratulations to the Pilots' first ever State champion, Cooper Teare ’17! Cooper won the CIP Division 5 boys State Championship in a photo finish.

After the women's cross country team ran their way to an NCS Division 5 title, the Lady Pilots earned their first ever State podium: 2nd place overall.

SJND State medalists were Kiera Marshall ’17 (2nd place), Emily Perez ’19 (5th place), and Cooper Teare ’17 (1st place).  All three runners were invited to run in the Footlocker Western Regional Championships in Los Angeles.

Women's Volleyball
The women’s varisty volleyball team earned a #4 seed in North Coast Section Championship tournament and made it to the quarterfinals, finishing strong with a 21-11 record.

Women's Golf
In women’s golf, Eileen Rhatigan ’17 and Allie Hauck ’18 both qualified for the NCS Golf Championships in Windsor, CA. Allie shot an 86 and qualified for the tournament of champions in Walnut Creek the following week, where she shot a 93!

Women's Tennis
In tennis news, Azaria Hayes ’19 became the first SJND women’s player ever to win a TCAL League championship. Azaria went on to win the NCS Division 2 singles championship at Santa Rosa High (6-1, 6-0), finishing an impressive undefeated season!

In doubles action, Aysha Hayes ’17 teamed with Nicole Bermudez ’17 to win the doubles title for the Pilots (7-5, 6-3). This is the first time in school history that SJND tennis has won both women’s doubles and singles championships!

Signing Ceremony
Anekaila Crevani ’16 committed to play softball for Holy Names University next year. We honored her with a National Letter of Intent Signing Ceremony. Congratulations Kaila!

Coaches Awards:

Women's Varsity Volleyball
Most Improved: Lena Reed-Petracek
Most Inspirational: Gabriela Espinoza
Coaches Award: Madelyn LaFollette
Most Valuable Pilot: Emma Doud 

All league selections:
1st team: Emma Doud (League MVP), Madelyn LaFollette
2nd team: Lena Reed-Petracek 
Honorable Mention: Mia Karlsrud Elena Chai

Women's Junior Varsity Volleyball

Most Improved: Hadiya Williams-Cain
Most Inspirational: Cassandra Vonnegut
Most Valuable Pilot: Samantha Shaffer

Women's Freshman Volleyball
Most Improved: Haleigh Johnson
Most Inspirational: Haley Graybeal
Most Valuable Pilot- Iriana Aranda

Women's Varsity Tennis
Most Improved: Hannah Twaddell
Most Inspirational: Nicole Bermudez
Coaches Award: Scout Coberg
Most Valuable Pilot: Azaria Hayes, Aysha Hayes

All league selections:
1st team: Aysha Hayes, Azaria Hayes, Nicole Bermudez

Women's Varsity Golf
Most Improved: Rosie Saxton
Most Inspirational: Alexandra Hauck
Coaches Award: Eileen Rhatiga

All league selections:
1st team: Alexandra Hauck, Eileen Rhatigan

Women's Varsity Cross Country

Most Improved: Beatrice Levy
Most Inspirational: Emily Perez
Most Valuable Pilot: Kiera Marshall

All league selections:
1st team: Kiera Marshall, Emily Perez, Beatrice Levy
2nd team: Zhane Duckett

Men's Junior Varsity Cross Country 

Most Improved: Bruno Zambrano
Most Inspirational: Ben Wiley
Most Valuable Pilot: Gabriel Trevino

Men's Varsity Cross Country

Most Improved: Willie Mein
Most Inspirational: Daniel Ratto
Most Valuable Pilot: Cooper Teare

All league selections:
1st team: Cooper Teare, Willie Mein
2nd team: Daniel Ratto, Connor Waterloo