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Posted 11/17/2017 03:09PM
Congratulations to TKA senior Liah Bosworth who signed with UC Davis to compete on their gymnastics team. Liah received a full scholarship! TKA is proud of your dedication and perseverance to your sport.
Posted 11/13/2017 10:05AM
TKA Cross Country had an excellent day of running Saturday at Toro Park in the CCS Division IV race at Toro Park in Salinas.

Varsity Girls
Sophomore Anna Mokkapti led the TKA girls with a 2nd place finish in the girl's race and finished with a personal best of 11 seconds with a time of 18:38She earned a spot to compete at  CIF State Meet in Clovis CA which will be held on Saturday, November 25Anna had the fastest time of any freshmen or sophomore girl in all of CCS.  The girls team ran well overall and had several strong personal records (PRs) and placed 7th overall as a team. Frosh Sophia Lee finished in 44th place with a time of 22:17 and had a PR of 62 seconds. Sophomore Giulanna Giordano followed soon after in a time of 22:18 and had a PR of 111 seconds. Senior captain Isabella O'connor ran 22:32 and ran a PR of 36 seconds. The team was rounded out by Kayla Stonum, Annalise Vargas, and Ursula Ott. Kayla ran a strong race in 24:12 and  ran a season best by 72 seconds and placed 77th overall.  Annalise ran a PR of 47 seconds in a time  24:25 and placed 82nd overall. Ursula ran a time 24:56 and finished in 88th to finish out the girl's varsity race. 
Varsity Boys
The boys finished 8th overall and were unfortunately hampered by illness. The team was led by Senior captain Jeremy Miller and he finished 10th overall in the boys race in a time of 16:43 and a 5 second PR. Ryan Negrette and Sam Ferrante ran well together and finshed in 32nd and 33rd in the race in 17:30 and 17:33. The two had PRs of 65 seconds and 44 seconds respectively. Jack Monaco and Dylan Glennrounded out the the top five in 17:59 and 18:32. Jack placed 54th and Dylan placed 66th. The two had PRs of 33 seconds and 22 seconds. Unfortunately, Kyle Bergstedt and Edison Pegram both were sick and ran to the best of their abilites but had muted performaces as they struggled through illness. 
Please give a high five to all the TKA runners on a job well done.  Thank you for all your prayers and kind words. 
Sincerely, 
Coach Matt Tompkins
Posted 10/30/2017 08:51AM
Congratulations to the 2017 varsity team for winning the league championship! The Knights swept second place Crystal Springs Upland (25-15, 27-25, 25-18) in front of a ruckus home crowd on Oct. 26. Special thanks to the football team and all the teachers and staff who came out in support of the team.
Megan McEwen (match high 16 kills), Jennifer Howe, Jessica Yeh, Lydia Marku, Emily Wagner, Erin Lee, Kristin Simoes, Kaitlyn Underhill, Emily Park, Elizabeth Chae, Hannah Petersen, Kelly Murphy, Valerie Legates (freshman starting setter!)
And of course, amazing assistant coaches Phil Wang & Jill Lipert!
Girls Volleyball 1st Round CCS Game vs Santa Cruz High School
Posted 10/26/2017 01:47PM

TKA faced off against Mercy Burlingame for the second time this season, hoping to sweep them for the year. It was a full team effort as all 7 matches were won by the Knights! #1 Singles, Sarah French, again faced the same opponent as in the first round. Mercy B’s serves were like rockets, but Sarah returned with the same force, much to the dismay of her opponent and won 6-1, 6-1. #2 Singles, Emily Engelkemier played a backboard player and averaged 12- 15 shots a point, bringing each other to net and then side to side. Emily’s stamina helped her gain the upper hand and won 6-3, 6-4. #3 Singles, Hannah Zhi, played an opponent who hit with a lot of top spin, and hit a variety of shots. It took Hannah a little while to adjust and the match was close, but she still won 7-6, 7-6. #1 Doubles, Hannah Stothard and Ariel Yu, also faced a determined team who proved to be quite formidable opponents. In the second set, Ariel dialed in her volleys and started putting them away while Hannah made some amazing cross court returns and good pick-ups on Mercy’s volleys and the won 7-6, 6-3. #2 DoublesKatelin Tharp and Marissa Apy, played the same opponents they beat fairly easily in the first round. This time, Mercy B was tenacious and took the close first set. With a little encouragement from the Coaches, Katelin and Marissa won the second set despite feeling the heat. They dominated the match tie-breaker and got the win 5-7, 6-3, (10-5). #3 Doubles, Joyce Pham and Gitika Chaudhry, played a team of sisters today. We had trouble keeping the ball away from the net in the first set, but managed to eek that one out. Both Joyce and Gitika focused on making cross court returns ended up winning 6-4, 6-4. The Knights improve to 4-4 in league this season.

Posted 10/26/2017 01:37PM

The Varsity Volleyball team headed into this week 2 wins away from winning their first League title in years. The Knights were tied with Crystal Springs for first place as both teams only have one loss in league. First, the team would have to get through Eastside College Prep who gave us fits the first time around. They are also the only team who has beaten Crystal Springs this season. Kristen Simoes started off set one on fire from the outside blasting balls at the other team. Eastside made a run and battled hard to eventually take set one 23-25. With their home crowd behind them, Eastside wanted this match badly. Head Coach Phil Wang made some adjustments going into the second set, but it was still close as we beat them 25-21 to tie it up 1-1. The third set would end up begin the decider for momentum. Megan McEwen led the charge in attacks as she put 3 big points down in a row to give the Knights a 18-11 lead. Eastisde then went on a crazy scoring run and got the game back to 19-19. In the midst of all the chaos, it was Freshman Valerie Legates who helped calm some nerves on the court. Sophomore Elizabeth Chae came in to help seal that game with some timely, big serves to take it 25-23. The fourth set was was all TKA as they rolled offensively to a 25-15 victory. The Knights will now play for a League Championship!

Senior Night for Volleyball is tonight at TKA vs Crystal Springs @ 5:45 p.m.

Posted 10/23/2017 09:08AM
TKA Varsity beat Sequoia 54-21 and JV won 13-0 last Friday night. Read the 10/21/17 Mercury News article "King's Academy Trending Upward"...
Posted 10/20/2017 11:13AM

Brian Copley, a TKA PSP student, made a verbal commitment to swim for the University of Denver. Congratulations Brian!

"Copley is a USA Swimming Scholastic All-American from The King’s Academy in Sunnyvale, California. He placed third in the 200 IM (1:50.42) and fifth in the 100 breast (57.02) at the 2017 CIF-Central Coast Section Championships; he also anchored the 200 free relay (21.21) and 400 free relay (47.31). Copley then went on to the California State Meet and took 13th in the 200 IM (1:51.49). After winning a swim-off for the last spot in the consolation final, he placed 15th in the 100 breast (57.37)."

Read the full article about Brian here.

Posted 10/20/2017 11:08AM
Thanks to everyone who came out today to cheer on the boys and girls XC team at the Sunnyvale Baylands. We had a plethora of personal records and it was a great day for racing. The team ran a 5k course in great weather (68 degrees). - Coach Tompkins.
Varsity Boys
The varsity boys for the first time ever won both the 1st and 2nd WBAL league meets. They now head into the final league championship race with an excellent chance to win all three meets and end up being league champions. The varsity boys were led by senior Jeremy Miller who placed 3rd overall in a time of 16:37 (Personal record (PR) of 38 seconds). Senior Ryan Negrette had a big PR of 53 seconds and finished 7th. Junior Kyle Bergstedt also had a PR of 13 seconds and placed 10th overall in the race. Jack Monaco (14th) and Sam Ferrante (17th) finished close together in 17:34 and 17:38 respectively. Jack had a PR of 36 seconds. Today the 6th and 7th men stepped up to displace Crystal Springs scoring 5th runner. Juniors Dylan Glenn (21st) and Edison Pegram (22nd) ran 18:02 and 18:05. Dylan had a PR of 34 seconds and Edison dropped 69 seconds from last year. The TKA boys team edged out Crystal Springs Upland by 3 points.  Jeremy now holds the TKA course record for the baylands course. 
Varsity Girls 
The girls team was led by sophomore Anna Mokkapati who ran extremely well on the fast course. She won the varsity girls race handily in a time of 18:09 and now holds the school record on the course as well and holds the 5th fastest time ever for a girl on the course. After 600 meters she took the lead and reached the first mile in a time of 5:37, through the 2 mile she went through at 11:27 and continued to run strong the rest of the race. Anna had a PR of 112 seconds.  She was followed up by her senior teammate Isabella O'connor (25th) in a time of 21:47. Izzie had a PR of 12 seconds.  Sophomore Giulianna Giordano(31st) and Frosh Sophia Lee (32nd) finished together in 22:27 and 22:29 respectively. Giordano had a PR of 54 seconds.  Junior Kayla Stonum (48th) had a strong race and rounded out the top 5 scorers with a time of 23:27.  
JV Boys 
The JV boys ran well over all and finished 2nd once again. The team was led by Trey Kenyon who won the race in a time of 18:22. Trey had a solid PR of 16 seconds. He was followed by sophomore Chetan Choski (7th) who had a breakout race. Chetan ran a PR of over 133 seconds. Junior Micah Jensen (11th) followed soon after in a time of 19:07. The final scorers for the team were junior Caleb Pethel (15th) and senior Norman Chang (16th). The two finished together with times of 19:21 and 19:24 respectively. Norman had a PR of 37 seconds and Caleb a PR of 13 seconds.    
JV Girls
The JV girls improved dramatically from their first race placing 6th overall out of 11th teams. Where else in the first race they placed 10th out of 11 teams. The team was led by sophomore Ava Minami in a time 25:26 (23rd) and she had a large PR of 93 seconds. She was followed by sophomore Viktoria Raquel Gonzales (29th) in a time of 25:49 She had a PR of 11 seconds. The team was rounded out by frosh Sydney Lee (41st, 26:37), and sophomores Lydia Kim (57th, 27:46) and Allyson Kaemingk (28:20). Allyson ran a PR of 41 seconds.   
Next Meet - We will be back on the Crystal Springs Course on Friday, November 3rd in Belmont, CA for the League Championship meet and CCS qualifying race.  

Posted 10/10/2017 08:21PM
The table was set as The King’s Academy strived to get win number one of the football season. On Homecoming Day and the reunion of the Sunnyvale High School Jets, the Knights came out with a fire to get Coach Lavorato his first win as a Knight. In their throwback, baby blue uniforms, the Knights kicked off the football to start off the night. The Knights defense, led by seniors Steven Grizzle, Sebastian Yee and Niko Taylor, stopped the Woodside Wildcats on their first drive and throughout the evening. The Knights began their drive in expected fashion, pounding the football with junior running backs, Bralyn Lux and Jayden Frazier. The Knights offense marched down the field before Lux scampered for a 35-yard touchdown run on 3rd down with 7 minutes remaining in the first half. On Woodside’s next possession, they marched down the field and were about to answer back before Jordan Kelly ripped the ball out of the Wildcats’ receiver’s arms. The Knights responded with another touchdown courtesy senior quarterback, Chris Boccignone. Boccignone found Lux wide open in the middle of the field on a seam route to extend the Knights’ lead. Continuing the Knight’ dominance, Bralyn Lux scored another touchdown from 5 yards out with 11 minutes remaining in the 2nd quarter. After another strong defensive stand, Tyler Farnham caught a beautiful 67 yard touchdown pass for the Knights longest scoring play of the year. A scary scene emerged with 5 minutes remaining in the 2nd quarter as a Wildcat was escorted off in an ambulance. Thankfully, the Woodside player would be ok. The Knights regained their mental toughness as sophomore Jayden Frazier scored 2 touchdowns in the second half. The first was on a 5-yard run after a handoff while the 2nd was a punt return touchdown that extended the Knights’ lead. Before the night was over, Steven Grizzle added 7 more points to the scoreboard and Lux added his 4th touchdown of the night to lead them to a 49-6 victory. Next week, The King’s Academy travel to Hillsdale High School as they look to add their second victory of the season.
By: Gautam Chaudhry
Posted 10/02/2017 01:51PM
Great job to TKA's Cross Country Team members that competed on the Scott Bauhs course on Saturday, Sept. 30.  Full results can be found here

Varsity Boys Highlights:
Jeremy Miller led the boys team and finished in 12th place with a time of 15:55 and broke the TKA school record for the course by 53 seconds! The boys team ran collectively 3 minutes and 35 seconds faster than last year's team. The boys placed 8th overall out of 19 teams, most of which were division 1, 2 or 3 schools and much larger than TKA. (TKA is a division IV team)

Varsity Girls Hightlights:
Anna Mokkappti led the girls team with a time of 18:13 and placed 4th overall in the race and broke the TKA school record by 57 seconds! The girls team placed 11th out of 16 teams in a similar race against teams that were mostly larger which were also division 1, 2, and 3 teams. (TKA is a division IV team). 

Next Race - League Championships WBAL #1 Meet at Crystal Springs race course. On October 5, TKA will have our first of three league championship races. The first 2 races count for 25% of the league championship each. The final league championship race counts for 50%. 
Posted 09/26/2017 07:32PM

The Girls Varsity Tennis team headed into a non-league match vs Willow Glen. A fiery, competitive spirit throughout the team helped give good energy for the Knights. Playing at #1 singles was Sarah French whose big topspin forehand proved to be too much for her opponent. She would win 6-3, 6-3. Playing at #1 doubles was Hannah Stothard and Ariel Yu. Their consistent steady play wore down their opponent and gave another win for the Knights. All 3 of the doubles teams would win their matches that day with the #2 team (Katelin Tharp and Marissa Apy) and #3 team (Joyce Pham and Gitika Chaudhry) winning in straight sets. Sarah Singh would be the final point for the Knights who would take the victory over Willow Glen 5-2! Heading into their next match vs Mercy SF, the Knights carried that momentum with another sweep by all 3 doubles teams. Two of those matches were won 6-0, 6-0. Sarah French, Sarah Singh and Emily Engelkemier won their singles matches with Katelin Tharp coming so close at 2 points away from winning her match. The Knights won 6-1 and started off league with a bang!

Posted 09/26/2017 07:29PM

Heading into week 4, the Varsity Football team was hoping to gain some momentum before heading into their league schedule. The Knights would be rounding out their very difficult non-league schedule with the Aragon Dons, who are a good team from the PAL Bay league. A quick start by the Dons to get them up 10-0 did not fluster the Knights as was evident by the intensity on the sidelines. Quarterback Chris Boccignone would find Tyler Farnham in the corner of the end zone for the Knights first touchdown of the night. A 35-yard field goal by Chris Sielski would close the gap to 10-24 in the 3rd quarter. The Knights defense was finding their rhythm stopping the run fairly well. Senior linebacker Sebastian Yee and Niko Taylor helped energize and lead that group. Another touchdown pass to Farnham ignited the crowd as the Knights now only trailed by 7. Aragon would respond with a score of their own, but then Junior Bralyn Lux scored on a run to keep the game within reach. The offensive line really opened up good holes for Lux who had a great night running the ball. The score by Lux would be the last of the night even though an interception by Senior Kaleb Chung gave the Knights another opportunity. The game would end with a loss 24-38, but the way the team played against that good of an opponent still gave them confidence. 

The Knights will start league play this week going against Menlo school this Friday @ Menlo @ 3:15 p.m.  

Posted 09/26/2017 07:01PM

The Girls Varsity Volleyball team started off their WBAL Skyline league season with 2 familiar opponents, Priory and Pinewood. The Knights have had good success over these teams the past few years and continued with 2 convincing victories to kick off league play. Led by Senior Megan McEwen, the Knights would have to learn new chemistry with key seniors graduating from last year’s team. Freshman setter Valeria Legates has been a surprise talent and has seamlessly found her rhythm with the hitters on the team. Priory was a good test, but The Knights were too strong both offensively and defensively and handled Priory in 3 straight sets. Next was Pinewood and the game was almost a carbon copy of the Priory game. Libero Erin Lee along with outside hitters Kaitlyn Underhill and Kristen Simoes seemed to dig every attack by Pinewood. Sophomore Elizabeth Chae then put on a serving clinic serving and helped put Pinewood away in 3 straight sets as well.

The Knights have 2 home games this week on Tuesday vs Castilleja and Thursday vs Eastside College Prep. Come out to the games!

Posted 09/19/2017 08:45AM

TKA had a great day of racing Sunday at the Frogtown Cross Country Invitational. 

Varsity Boys:  The varsity boys just missed taking home 1st place by 7 points and placed 2nd overall out of 24 teams. The boys scored a total of 76 points (xc scores in the following fashion, if you finish first you get 1 point. Lowest score wins after adding the top 5 runners on one team together.) Out of 194 runners in the race all 5 of our top boys finished in the top 20 boys overall. Jeremy Miller finished 6th in 17:28. Following him in a very close pack of TKA runners were Kyle Bergstedt (14th, 18:10), Ryan Negrette (17th, 18:14), Jack Monaco (19th 18:16) and Sam Ferrante (20th 18:18). Edison Pegram and Trey Kenyon rounded out the varsity team finishing with times of 19:45 and 19:50 respectively.  A few things to note. The top five boys were all faster than Abin Thomas who had the previous TKA school record on this course from 2012 and Jeremy Miller broke Abin's time by 52 seconds! This was a great way for these veteran Seniors and Juniors to start off the XC season. The race had a total of 194 high school boys. 

JV Boys:  Junior Dylan Glenn led the JV boys team off to a great start by winning the race in a time of 18:58. The JV boys placed second overall (this might change because Justin Hanna was left out of the results, I just emailed the race director about the error.) Dylan was followed by a strong showing by the following knights, Robbie Ridder (6th, 20:30), Caleb Pethel (11th, 21:54), Micah Jensen 14th, 21:29) and I believe Justin Hanna. Justin Chiang finished well in the race and was the sixth runner in 22:10 and placed 21st overall. 

Varsity Girls:  The varsity girls were led by team captain Isabella O'connor to an overall 4th place team finish. Isabella ran a strong race and finished in 23:16 and and placed 25th out of 137 runners. Sophomore Guilanna Giordano and new frosh runner Sophia Lee placed 29th and 31st overall in 23:48 and 23:58 respectively. Running in the fourth position was senior Ursula Ott (our other team captain). Ott finished 54th overall in a time of 25:29. Annalise Vargas rounded out our last scorer by placing 68th overall in the race with a time of 26:15. 

Overall, TKA had an excellent day! The next meet is at the Scott Bauhs Invitational in Pleasanton on Saturday, September 30.

Posted 09/06/2017 10:00AM
The King's Academy welcomes Sunnyvale High School Alumni, Teachers & Coaches on Friday, October 6, for the 4th Annual Reunion game. This year, TKA players will be wearing the replica jerseys of the 1966-67 Sunnyvale "Jets." Jerseys will be on sale that night as a fundraiser for TKA football. JV game at 5:00 and Varsity game at 7:30 p.m.
SHS occupied our campus January 1956, as part of the Fremont Union High School District, until being closed in 1981. In a nod to the nearby Moffett Field, SHS adopted the "Jets" as its school mascot. Come out and meet the Jets and join us to cheer on our Knights as this new tradition continues!
Admission: General $7; Student w/Student ID -$2; Family (2 adults & children)-$15; Staff & Family-Free
Pricing for the Sunnyvale Alumni will be the same. Sunnyvale alumni will also be offered a "Tri-Tip Package" option.
Tri Tip Package-$15 Includes: 1 general admission, 1 tri-tip sandwich, 1 bag of chips, 1 drink
Posted 08/21/2017 09:01PM
TKA 2008 alumnus, Joe Biagini, pitcher for the Toronto Blue Jays, is a shining example of how faith, hard work, and perseverance can lead to great things. In an interview for "What Christians Want to Know," he speaks openly about his faith:
Posted 08/11/2017 01:36PM

Junior High Fall Sports Online Registration Open Until August 18: cross country, golf tournament (boys/girls), football, softball, swimming. Go to www.tka.org/sportsignup.

Posted 06/19/2017 10:26AM
  • The online sign-up page goes live starting Monday, July 17, and includes; Football, Cross Country (Girls and Boys), Girls Golf, Girls Tennis, Water Polo (Girls and Boys), and Girls Volleyball.The form is to be filled out by the student participating, not the parent.
  • If you have not already completed the athletic clearance process and physical, you must be complete the athletic clearance prior to the first day of practice or the athlete will not be able to practice/try-out until the process is complete. The process is outlined here.
     
  • Questions? Contact High School Athletic Coordinator, Kevin Johnson.
Posted 05/22/2017 03:15PM
Frosh Anna Mokkapati will be competing in the 1600 meter finals. On the boys side, sophomores Bralyn Lux and Kamau Carlisle will both compete and try to earn state meet berths in the long jump finals. 

Results from CCS Trials

Track Events 
  • Boys 4 x 100 - 21st - 44.51 - Third All-Time at TKA (Kamau Carlisle, Ben Arledge, Daniel Tran, Matthew Teh)
  • Anna Mokkapati - 11th in the 1600- 5:10.89 - Moves on to CCS Finals.
  • Jeremy Miller - 15th in the 1600 - 4:29.56 - New school record holder in the 1600.
  • Kamau Carlisle - 100 meters -11.55- 30th, 200 meters 16th 23.15 (new PR)  
Field Events 
  • Jake Ostman - 5'7" in the High Jump - 21st 
  • Luke Troyer - Triple Jump - 40' 6.25" - 21st
  • Bryce Falkowski - 104" - 30th 
  • Bralyn Lux - 22' 3.5" - 1st overall in trials - PR - Breaks his own school record. Moves on to CCS finals. 
  • Kamau Carlisle - 21'-10.75 - 2nd overall in trials - PR - 2nd all time at TKA. Moves on to CCS finals. 
CCS Finals are at Gilroy High School on Friday, May 26. Events begin at 5:00 pm and finish at around 8:45 pm
Posted 05/17/2017 01:15PM
TKA Varsity boys and JV Boys won the league title for the third year in a row. 
The following athletes had great performances and will be moving on to CCS TRIALS NEXT WEEK on Saturday at Gilroy High School. 
Varsity Boys and Girls - CCS qualifiers
Track Events - 
  • The varsity boys 4 x 100 meters started off hot to trot running a PR for the season with a time of 44.73 and took second place to qualify for CCS. The team of sophomore Kamau Carlisle, junior Ben Arledge, and seniors Daniel Tran and Matthew Teh ran great together and earned the 5th fastest time in school history.

  • Immediately following the 4x100,  Anna Mokkappati ran an great race in the 1600 meters and placed second with a new PR of 5:09.68 and improved her school record by over four seconds. Anna is now ranked 12th overall in all of CCS.

  • Junior Jeremy Miller, ran well in the boys 1600 meters to take 3rd place in a time of 4:38.66 and also qualified on to CCS. 

  • Sophmore, Bralyn Lux broke his own school record in the 110 hurdles by nearly a second and ran 16.76 to win and qualify for CCS. Bralyn also qualifed in the Long Jump as well (results still pending). Currently Bralyn is ranked fifth overall in CCS in the Long Jump. 

  • In the boys 100 meters sophmore Kamau Carlisle continuted his improvement to place second in a time of 11.44 and moved him up from sixth to 2nd on the TKA all time list. 

  • Soon after that, Kamau returned in the 200 meters and took 2nd place as well in a time of 23.16 where he moved up to fifth on the TKA all time list. Finally Kamau qualified in the Long Jump with his teamate Bralyn. Kamau and Bralyn both jumped about 21' 6' to easily take 1st and 2nd place overall (official results pending). 

Field Events - 

  • Senior Trent Portman and sophmore Bryce Falkowski both had strong showings in the boys discus and they placed first and second overall earning them both CCS berths (results pending). They both threw approximately 112' and 109' feet respectively. Trent also placed second overall in the Shotput which also earned him a spot to CCS as well with a throw of 39' 4". 

  • In the high Jump, Senior and newcomber Jake Ostman took second place in a jump of 5'10" to secure a spot also to CCS.  

  • In the triple Jump, Senior Luke Troyer won in a jump of 40' 2.5" to secure him a spot as well on to CCS. 

  • Finally from last week as well Allie Nguygen and Bonnie Chu placed 1 and 2 overall to qualify for CCS in the girls pole vault as well. They jumped 8'6" and 7'6" repectively.

CCS TRIALS AT GILROY High School - May 20, 2016
Track events begin at 11:00 am 
Field events begina at 10:00 am 
All info can be found here at this link. Make sure you are looking at the CCS TRIALS COLUMN FOR TIMES AND NOT THE CCS FINALS COLUMN.  http://cifccs.org/Playoffs/PIBs/Track_-_Field__PIB_2017.pdf
Posted 05/17/2017 12:58PM
Here are our TKA Swimming results from CCS over the weekend! Our swimmers did great and even made some newer Personal Records. We are so proud of our Knights who represented our school well at CCS. 
Friday Preliminaries Resultsthose that made the top 16 places got invited back to swim on Saturday's meet in the finals.
- Girls 200 Medley Relay - Kaitlyn Mina, Priscilla, Min, Caroline Barnett, Cora Chan (16th place- Saturday race)
- Girls 200 Freestyle - Kaitlyn Min (36th place) and Elinor Yeo (59th place)
 - Boys 200 Freestyle - Enoch Min (21st place)
- Girls 200 IM - Priscilla Min (16th place - Saturday race)
- Boys 200 IM - Brian Copley (5th place)
- Girls 50 Freestyle - Caroline Barnett (17th place after a swim off for 16th place with Mercy Burlingame); Zoe Jacobs (41st place); Virginia Xie (60th place)
- Girls 100 Butterfly - Caroline Barnett (22nd place)
- Boys 100 Butterfly - Sean Yeo (16th place - Saturday race)
- Girls 100 Freestyle - Cora Chan (27th place); Zoe Jacobs (28th place)
- Boys 500 Freestyle - Enoch Min (44th place)
- Girls 200 Freestyle Relay - Priscilla Min, Virginia Xie, Zoe Jacobs, Cora Chan (11th place - Saturday race)
- Boys 200 Freestyle Relay - Enoch Min, Luke Cho, Sean Yeo, Brian Copley (14th place - Saturday race)
- Girls 100 Backstroke - Kaitlyn Mina (32nd place)
- Boys 100 Backstroke - Sean Yeo (33rd place)
- Girls 100 Breaststroke - Priscilla Min (24nd place)
- Boys 100 Breaststroke - Brian Copley (6th place - Saturday race)
- Girls 400 Freestyle Relay - Kaitlyn Mina, Virginia Xie, Zoe Jacobs, Caroline Barnett (36th place)
- Boys 400 Freestyle Relay - Enoch Min, Luke Cho, Sean Yeo, Brian Copley (12th place - Saturday race)
Saturday Final Results - 
- Girls 200 Medley Relay - Kaitlyn Mina, Priscilla, Min, Caroline Barnett, Cora Chan (16th place - final result)
- Girls 200 IM - Priscilla Min (16th place - final result)
- Boys 200 IM - Brian Copley (3rd place - final result)
- Boys 100 Butterfly - Sean Yeo (16th place - final result)
- Girls 200 Freestyle Relay - Priscilla Min, Virginia Xie, Zoe Jacobs, Cora Chan (tied for 14th place with Monta Vista HS - final result)
- Boys 200 Freestyle Relay - Enoch Min, Luke Cho, Sean Yeo, Brian Copley (15th place)
- Boys 100 Breaststroke - Brian Copley (5th place - final result)
- Boys 400 Freestyle Relay - Enoch Min, Luke Cho, Sean Yeo, Brian Copley (14th place - final result)
As a whole, our Varsity Girls placed 34th of 80 schools present; the Varsity boys placed 17th out of the 80 schools present and combined, TKA placed 26th (tied with Pioneer). We had 11 total swimmers go to CCS and we placed fairly high up for representing such a small school (especially in comparison to Palo Alto, Bellarmine, St. Francis, etc.). We are so proud of our swimmers!
Brian Copley (PSP student) will be swimming at the State meet next weekend in both the 200 IM and the 100 Breaststroke!
Posted 05/09/2017 09:20PM

Sports Physical Day:  Monday, May 15, 5:30-8:00 p.m.

  • Sign Up Here!
  • Who:  All Current & Prospective Student-Athletes
  • Where:  W Building
  • Cost: $35.00
  • Why: A student-athlete is eligible ONLY after the Pre-participation Physical Evaluation form is signed by a physician and on file with the Athletic Department. Baseline ImPACT Concussion tests will also be completed this day and Athletic Clearance Packets will be on hand for parents/guardians to fill out and sign. All Student-Athletes' physical forms are only valid for one academic year. 

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