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Athletic News and Events



On June 7th, from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m., senior athletes and performers will be recognized for their participation & contributions to Cabrillo High School's athletic and performance programs. Please check your School Loop email for more information. If you are a senior athlete &/or performer and you did not receive an email regarding this event, please see Mrs. Alexander in the 100 building.


Any female interested in playing girls basketball next seasons should see Ms. Sarno in room 1115 to get details on tryouts and upcoming physicals.





NO student-athletes from Cabrillo High School have been asked to solicit donations for any sport or activity. 

Council of Student-Athletes - COSA


Cabrillo's first ever all student-athletes club C.O.S.A - Council of Student-Athletes. The goal of this club is to support the mission of the Cabrillo athletic program and make our vision a reality. 






Congratulations to our COED badminton team  for Winning  the MOORE LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP


Boys Golf

Loss to Lakewood 182-205


BG Swim Team

Loss to Poly (1-3)loss to Millikan



Boys Lacrosse (4-5) defeated Elen Ochoa 7-1


Boys Volleyball:

Boys Volleyball (7-6) lost to Millikan



Varsity (6-6) defeated Jordan 4-3

JV Baseball(2-6) defeated Jordan 17-7


Boys Tennis

Cabrillo Boys Tennis (3-11) loss to Jordan


Track and Field

Discus Team placed 3rd vs Lakewood.

Frosh-Soph-Rosendo Navarro and the  team took 1st and 2nd place.

JV Nicholas Moreno won first place for team.



Vision Statement

The vision of Cabrillo High School athletic department is to provide student-athletes an environment that promotes and supports academic, athletic and personal achievement, to field athletic teams to perform at competitive levels in CIF competition, to utilize highly qualified coaches, dedicated support staff, and administrative personnel to help individuals become better students, athletes, and citizens, and to prepare student-athletes to make transitions to the next level of participation academically and athletically. With a commitment to “Success in the West” we will pursue excellence by engaging the mind, elevating the spirit, and stimulating the best effort of all who are associated with the athletic program.

Mission Statement

The mission of the Cabrillo High School athletic department is to provide an athletic program that helps develop the whole person through education and competition, to expect a high-level of discipline, sportsmanship, integrity, leadership, and social responsibility, to promote ethnic and cultural diversity within athletic programs, to ensure equal opportunity for all student-athletes, and to make the athletic program an enduring source of pride for the student population, student-athletes, staff, alumni, and community. 

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