Athletics in the News

Men's Soccer Defeats Branham

December 10, 2019

The men's soccer team beat Branham, 2-1, in the first game of the season. At the end of the first half, sophomore Max Barber made the first goal for the Monarchs with an assist from senior Tyler Stevenson. By halftime, the Monarchs and the Bruins were tied, 1-1. In the second half, senior Timothy Rast had a goal late in the game with an assist from senior Victor Diaz.

The Monarchs are currently undefeated. Last season, the Monarchs won the CCS Division II Championship and advanced to NorCal playoffs for the first time in the program's history. This year, the Monarchs look forward to defending their championship and advancing even further. They'll face Lincoln at 3:15 p.m. this Wednesday, December 11th, in a home match. Head out to Bothman Stadium to cheer them on! Follow the team on Twitter here or using this handle: @MittyMSoccer. Go Monarchs!


Monarchs Named to All-League Teams

December 2, 2019

Each year, leagues pick the best athletes and form all-league teams which honor the top talent in the area. Click each sports team below to see which Monarchs were recognized for their contributions to the fall season:School Spirit

CROSS COUNTRY

FIELD HOCKEY

FOOTBALL

MEN'S WATER POLO

WOMEN'S GOLF

WOMEN'S TENNIS

WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL

WOMEN'S WATER POLO

 

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Basketball Defeats Campolindo

December 2, 2019

The Monarchs defeated the Campolindo Cougars, 60-58, in the first game of the season last weekend. Senior Owen Browne had 20 points and five assists and was named the Player of the Game. Junior Michael Mitchell added six points, six rebounds, and six assists. Finally, junior Nigel Burris led the team with 11 rebounds and also added six points. Congratulations on a strong start to the season!


Field Hockey Claims CCS Championship

November 19, 2019

The Monarchs defeated the Los Gatos Wildcats, 1-0, on Saturday, capturing the CCS Championship. The victory marks the program's eighth sectional championship in school history. The Monarchs beat the Wildcats, who were defending their title from last year. The Monarchs took the lead before halftime with 9 minutes and 30 seconds still on the clock. Senior Adrienne Couteau assisted junior Emma Vane with the goal, which put the Monarchs in the lead 1-0. The Monarchs' strong defense kept the Wildcats from scoring in the second half. Congratulations Monarchs!


Monarch Places at Top of Field in CCS Championship Race

November 19, 2019

Congratulations to the men's and women's cross country teams for strong finishes in the CCS Championships on Saturday. Freshman Alexandra Zanon led the women's team by finishing third overall and qualifying for the state championship in two weeks. The men's team finished fifth overall. Congratulations Monarchs!


Cross Country Kicks Into High Gear at WCAL Championship

November 13, 2019

Last Wednesday, the men's and women's cross country teams performed in the WCAL Championship and earned spots in the CCS Championship. The women's team qualified for sectionals for the first time in four years. Freshman Alexandra Zanon placed second overall, earning her All-WCAL first team honors. She was followed by senior Sofia Rolla, who finished in 12th place and was named second team All-WCAL. The men's team finished in third place at the WCAL Championship, also securing a spot in the sectionals, which will be held on Saturday. Senior Arnav Choudhury and junior Taylor Iden took 10th and 14th place, respectively, earning All-WCAL second team honors. The men's team broke a school record for the fastest group time on this course, a record that had previously stood unchallenged for 21 years. Great job and good luck this weekend!


Men's Water Polo Advances to CCS Playoffs

November 13, 2019

The men's water polo team beat Homestead, 11-8, on Saturday and advanced to the CCS Semifinals, which will be held today at 5:30 p.m. at Menlo-Atherton High School. The Monarchs took the lead in the first quarter, 3-1. Sophomore goalie Sam Lao kept the Mustangs at bay with great blocks, while senior Dishan Dias led defense. Senior Manato Yamamoto and Coleman Imrisek led the Monarchs in scoring. Good luck today!


Field Hockey Overpowers Homestead

November 13, 2019

On Saturday, the field hockey team beat Homestead, 2-0, to earn a spot in the CCS Semifinals. After a scoreless first half, the Monarchs took the lead when junior Kylie McHale scored a goal with an assist from senior Casey McIntyre. With 18 minutes left on the clock, the Monarchs struck again with a goal from senior Adrienne Couteau, assisted by senior Nicole Correa. Cheer on the Monarchs today as they face St. Ignatius in the CCS Semifinals at 4:30 p.m. at Saratoga High School.


Field Hockey Receives Bye to CCS Quarterfinal

November 5, 2019

The field hockey team beat Saint Francis and St. Ignatius last week, contributing to their successful 15-2-2 season record. Last Tuesday was Senior Day, and the Monarchs celebrated the upperclassmen with a 2-0 victory over league rival Saint Francis. The Monarchs scored first thanks to junior Kylie McHale, who scored with an assist from senior Adrienne Couteau. Senior Casey McIntyre scored a final goal with an assist from senior Ainsley Grady before halftime.

On Thursday, the Monarchs defeated St. Ignatius, 2-0. Kylie had the first goal for the Monarchs. Ainsley scored the second goal with an assist from Kylie. The Monarchs received a bye and will go straight to CCS Quarterfinals where they will challenge a to-be-determined team on Saturday, November 9th, at Del Mar High School. Good luck Monarchs!


Golf Advances to CCS Championship Tournament

November 5, 2019

The women's golf team advanced to the CCS Championship Tournament for the first time in six years last week. Freshman Allison Lam and sophomore Stella Park had the best Monarch performances. They scored 91 and 84, respectively, and contributed to a team score of 456. Congratulations, Monarchs!