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DEANA KAJMAKOVIC

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Boys Varsity Basketball

   After putting a well-fought win against Eastside College Prep under their belts, the Pinewood boys varsity basketball team has fought hard to get to the top of the West Bay League. Veteran coach Jason Peery, who took over the head coaching job mid-season, has led the boys to an impressive record of 12 league wins and two losses. The boys stand with 16 wins and eight losses overall, and are in first place in the WBAL standings, alongside Sacred Heart Preparatory. The team began the Central Coast Section playoffs with 85-43 blowout against Trinity Christian, and faced Eastside College Prep in their next matchup, on March 1. Details from this game were not available at
press time.

Girls Varsity Basketball

   Pinewood’s girls varsity basketball team is yet to lose a league game, currently undefeated and at the top of the WBAL rankings. The team’s most recent league win was a 69-43 blowout against Menlo School, and the girls continue to persevere in the CCS playoffs with a 69-59 win against Saint Francis. Their latest CCS game, on March 1, pitted them against Sacred Heart Cathedral Preparatory, to whom the girls lost in the 2015 playoffs. Details from this game were not available at press time.

Boys Varsity Soccer

   Pinewood’s boys varsity soccer team faced a busy season filled with many games against difficult opponents. Nevertheless, the team was able to pull through with an score of five wins, six ties, and three losses. Seniors Matt Kuo, Jack Prescott, Andrei Volkov, Dominick Twombly, Scott Macpherson, David Brodkey and Erik Dabagian made their last high school soccer season an
unforgettable one.

Girls Varsity Soccer

   With a strong group of both veteran and new players, Pinewood’s girls varsity soccer team has finished an intense season with an overall record of 10-8-1, with six league wins and four losses. The team’s seniors, Jordan Berke, Hannah Ditzler, Amrita Mecker, Olivia Biggs and Laine Corfield experienced a proud end to their high school soccer careers after their final 2-1 win against
Woodside Priory.

Dominick Twombly, Scott Macpherson, David Brodkey and Erik Dabagian made their last high school soccer season an unforgettable one.

Girls Varsity Soccer

   With a strong group of both veteran and new players, Pinewood’s girls varsity soccer team has finished an intense season with an overall record of 10-8-1, with six league wins and four losses. The team’s seniors, Jordan Berke, Hannah Ditzler, Amrita Mecker, Olivia Biggs and Laine Corfield experienced a proud end to their high school soccer careers after their final 2-1 win against Woodside Priory.

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