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Athletic News and Events

Athletic Team Tryouts

Sport

Date

Time/Place

Coach

Soccer B

Soccer G

May 8, 9,10

May 17,18

Stadium / After School

Noyes

Zavala

Lacrosse

Boys and Girls

May 8-10

Stadium / After School

Baer

Estrella

Basketball B

B.Ball G

May 14

June 16-July 25

Gym After School

Summer Camp

Hawkins

Lambert

Water Polo / Swim

Boys and Girls

May 30, 31

Pool / After School

Durand

Track

Boys and Girls

May 7-11

Track / Stadium

After School

Peters

Estrella

Tennis B/G

May 7-10 /

2-4 p.m.

Tennis Courts

Baldemore

Wrestling

Boys and Girls

May 9

Wrestling Room 1600

After School

Gardner

Volleyball

Boys and Girls

June 4

Gym

After School

Villiamu

Badminton

May 25 /

3-5 p.m.

West Gym

Tina Tran

Softball

May 15

May 16

Softball Field Tablada

 

Cabrillo Athletics is looking for the next Generation of Jaguar Athletes.

If you want to play on any of these teams Next year, and you Can play on more than One, Please plan on seeing the coaches at the time indicated.

If you are interested in ”trying a sport”, please see the coaches on these days.

Interested in Track and Field Next Year

 

 

Meet with Coach Peters on the Track after school MAY 7-11 if you are interested in Track for Next year. Even if you've NEVER played a sport, or currently play many sports, Track is a great way to be in, stay in, or improve your Conditioning.

Looking for all students - boys, girls, 9th-11th.

Contact Coach Peters in Room 414, or see you on the Track. 

Tryouts for Girls Lacrosse

 

 

If you are interested in playing for the Cabrillo Girls Lacrosse Team during the 2018-2019 school year, please see Coach Baer and let him know that you are interested. Tryout information will be given later.

Lacrosse is a Spring Sport, played from February through May. In order to be considered, you must meet the eligibility requirement of at least a 2.0 G.P.A. at each grading period. See Coach Baer with any questions.

Boys Basketball Tryouts

 

 

Cabrillo jags: If you are interested in playing in the Boys Basketball Program next season (2018-2019 school year) - go to the Gym on Monday, May 14 at 2:45 p.m. All teams have spots available - Soph, JV and Varsity. For more information, see the Athletic Director (Mr. Lamprecht) in Room 1402.

News

5/7/18

Any student, male or female, interested in playing a sport next year MUST attend tryouts (even if you played on the team this year)this month. See schedule attached. 

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Attachments:
4/30/18

Our Annual Faculty vs Staff Basketball game will be held on Thursday, May 24th at 3 p.m. in the Gym. Committed to playing for the Faculty this year are:

  • Mr. Nguyen
  • Mr. Hawkins
  • Mr. Bryant
  • Mr. Duanes
  • Mr. Durand
  • Mr. Fisher
  • Mr. Yarborough
  • Mr. Barajas
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4/19/18

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.

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Note

 

 

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. 

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Scores

 

 

Badminton:

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

 

Boys Golf:

Moore League tournament- Season complete.

 

BG Swim Team:

Qualified swimmers for Moore League finals - Congrats. Season complete.

 

Lacrosse:

Boys Lacrosse (6-7) lost to Millikan. Season Complete.

 

Boys Volleyball:

Boys Volleyball (10-11) loss to Poly. Season Complete.

 

Baseball:

Varsity (9-9) Defeated Jordan 13-3. Season complete.

JV Baseball (4-10) defeated Jordan. Season complete.

 

Boys Tennis:

Boys Tennis (5-11) won both matches against Compton. 18-0 and 13-5 for first MOORE LEAGUE victories of the season.

Season complete

 

Track and Field:

JV Shot Put League Final - Alonzo Naosusuga - 1st Place - JV Moore League Champion.

Nicolas Marino - Moore League 3rd place.

Season Complete.

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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Today: 5/21/18
All Day: Leukemia and Lymphoma Society Fundraiser
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8:00 AM 8am Admin Meeting
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