Trinity League football has been mentioned as the high school version of the SEC, so it makes perfect sense for the Trinity League to hold its first media day similar to a Pac-12 or SEC media day.
As we wrap up the 2018-19 school year, head into graduation weekend, and get ready to say goodbye to the class of 2019, JSerra Athletics would like to congratulate one last time the 34 student-athletes who have worked hard and shown true grit and commitment both athletically and academically to achieve their goals of playing college sports.
This past week, two JSerra student-athletes were awarded scholarships from the Orange County Youth Sports Foundation (OCYSF). Paul Roche was selected to receive the OCYSF Scholar/Athlete Award, while Zach Round was the Jim Valentine Courage Award Winner.
On the First day of the spring signing period for the class of 2019, eight JSerra Lions committed to college athletic programs to pursue their athletic and academic dreams.
The Lions went 4-0 this week, finishing up the regular season on Saturday with a 6-3 win over Archbishop Mitty in the Championship game of the Boras Classic played at the University of San Diego.
While the JSerra boys lacrosse program has just concluded a fourth year of rebuilding, one constant the Lions could always count on during that period was Zac Clark between the pipes.
Watch KTLA reporter Mary Beth McDade's feature on JSerra senior Zach Round, who has realized his dream of playing football at the college level after battling a brain tumor two years ago. Round will attend St. Norbert College in Wisconsin in the fall.
Indio, CA -- The Lions of JSerra Boys Golf notched a 6th place finish this weekend when they traveled to Indio to play in the prestigious Champions Invitational at Tarra Lago Golf Club. The Lions fired off a final round score of 310 to earn a tournament total of 919, just 2 strokes off a 4th place showing.
Five JSerra alumni who play football at the prestigious University of Pennsylvania are currently in China to participate in the Global Ambassador Bowl. It is the first time an Ivy League has traveled to China to play football. The Quakers took part in the bowl through Global Football, the world's largest exporter of American football.