Yesterday the CIF Southern Section, which is the governing body for high school athletics in Southern California, made the decision to delay the start date for all high school sports and their respective athletic programs for the '20 Fall season. We maintain that the health and safety of our student athletes is imperative to not only our school but to the families that entrust us with their sons and daughters.
The athletic successes of six graduating seniors were recognized during JSerra Athletics' first-ever virtual National Letter of Intent (NLI) Signing Day.
JSerra Catholic High School honored San Diego Padres catcher Austin Hedges ('11) today by retiring his jersey in a ceremony after Mass. JSerra Baseball Head Coach Brett Kay acknowledged Hedges' impact in establishing the highly regarded JSerra Baseball program.
JSerra Catholic High School announces that two-time Orange County Coach of the Year (2016 and 2019) and current Track and Field Boys and Girls Head Coach, Chase Frazier, has accepted the additional role as new Head Coach of both Boys and Girls Cross Country teams.
Senior Anthony Grover led the Lions and the entire race pack from nearly start to finish of the CIF-SS Finals at Riverside City Cross Country Course on Saturday, capturing his second individual CIF-SS Championship title.
JSerra junior standout Kennedy Mason has committed to play lacrosse at Cal Berkeley.
"I love the school, the reputation it has academically, the atmosphere and that it's a big sports school," Mason said. "I couldn't pass up the opportunity to play to play D1 lacrosse at my dream school."
JSerra alumna Amber Salas is taking all the right steps to achieving her dream of becoming a sideline reporter — and it all started with the Lion Report. . . .
CIF Southern Section D4 #1 ranked JSerra Boys Varsity Water Polo took down #2 San Juan Hills in the Championship Final at Woollett Aquatic Center today, going 13-10 against their worthy adversary.
The trip from JSerra Catholic High School in San Juan Capistrano, Calif. to the University of Pennsylvania is a long one — like 2,700 miles long.
Considering that fact, one might fairly assume that the two schools' football programs rarely come into contact with each other.
However, that assumption could not be further from reality, and, despite a distance that nearly spans the width of the entire country, the JSerra-Penn football connection has become a fruitful pipeline for the Quakers.