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.
Downey, Calif. -JSerra Girls soccer, No. 1 seed and ranked No. 2 nationally, took on Los Alamitos, No. 2 seed and ranked No. 3 nationally, for the CIF-SS D1 Championship on Saturday evening.
Undefeated, the Lions were looking for their third straight CIF-SS title against an equally undefeated team. In a battle of opposing styles, the Lady Lions came out victorious with a 3-0 win over Los Alamitos.
Saturday evening's 3-1 triumph gives JSerra (18-0-3) an opportunity to become the 11th school to win at least three successive championships in the sport, and to do it they'll have to win the game everyone has been expecting since the season kicked off a little more than three months ago.
Once again, the Lions were the best team on the field from the opening kick and applied constant pressure against San Juan Hills on their way to a 3-0 win in the CIF-SS Division 1 quarterfinals at San Juan Hills High School.
For the 15th consecutive time in the schools' history and 12th under Coach Rossignol, the Girls Basketball team qualified for the CIF/SS Playoffs. The Lady Lion's, ranked #93 of 1393 teams in California, entered the playoffs in grand fashion conquering Fairmont Prep, ranked #6 in Orange County, by a score of 56-54..
The JSerra girls basketball team showed how battle-tested it is by beating Fairmont Prep 56-54 on Thursday night in the first round of the CIF-SS Division 1 playoffs.
No. 1 Nationally ranked JSerra women's soccer team picked up its 9th shutout of the year and picked up a goal from junior Isabella Beltran to beat No. 22 Nationally Ranked Mater Dei in front of a home crowd.
In Friday's league match, host JSerra Lions boys basketball team scored a tight 85-84 triumph over the St. John Bosco Braves in overtime. The win improves the Lions record to 15-6. With the defeat, the Braves record falls to 17-5.
SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO, Calif. -- Fans at Friday's non-league matchup between the JSerra Lions and San Juan Hills Stallions were not disappointed as the Lions resumed their winning streak beating the Stallions 97-29 at home.