Junior Anthony Grover two-time Individual State Championship raced at the Foot Locker Western Regional on the legendary Mt. SAC course along with team mate senior Peter Herold. Grover finished fourth in a time of 15:37.6 qualifying for Nationals. Peter Herold took 14th in 15:59.8, just eleven seconds off the final qualifying spot.
Reporter Logan Newman of USA Today wrote about last Saturday's tailgate, which took place before the CIF-SS Quarterfinals against Oaks Christian on JSerra's home turf. What made the tailgate so special? It was hosted for Oaks Christian fans traveling 110 miles south despite enduring two tragedies that occurred within days of one another.
Two worthy opponents faced-off tonight in the profusely hyped and wildfire delayed CIF Quarterfinal Game of JSerra vs Oaks Christian at JSerra's home Varsity Field. With a final score of 34-35 in favor of Oaks Christian, it was a game fraught with both massive plays and long drawn out incremental moves of the ball.
JSerra garners a convincing win over Long Beach Poly in the first-round playoffs of Trinity League finals tonight at Veterans Stadium in Long Beach. The Lions dominated the first half with defense forcing four turnovers and offense scoring touchdowns on three of the four take-aways.
JSerra's final regular season game against Santa Margarita brought explosive plays by the Lions' offense, with a strong defense shutting down the majority of the Eagles attempts at scoring.
The Running Lions Boys Varsity team took home 2nd place at the renowned Mt. Sac Invitational Cross Country meet this past Saturday morning. Their team time of 1:18:59 (avg. runner finish 15:47) was the fastest of any team in the ultra-competitive Individual Sweepstakes. Their team score (144) slotted them in 2nd place behind 1st place team Amador Valley (130).
JSerra's Anthony Grover will face against Rubidoux's Kevin Ramos for the first time this season in a matchup of two of Southern California's top runners Saturday at the Mt. SAC Invitational.
JSerra's hugely hyped Friday Night Homecoming game against Orange Lutheran was first delayed, then canceled and rescheduled due to and OC anomaly – lightning. But the delay and subsequent rainy Saturday morning kickoff didn’t slow the Lions. While Orange Lutheran (4-3) scored first, JSerra (6-1) quickly took control of the game leading 42-14 at the half and closing the game out with a victory of 56-21, putting themselves in line for a Trinity League playoff spot.