M-A softball wrapped up their season this past Friday night with a 7-0 win over Mt. Eden. The Bears had their biggest crowd yet decked with posters for the seven graduating seniors.Read more »
Last Tuesday, the first boys’ volleyball season came to close. To celebrate their last game in Ayer’s Gym, the team honored seniors Jose Guzman, Ryan Cole, and Laki Fanua. In three straight sets, the boys defeated University Prep Academy’s team.Read more »
Last week the boys varsity tennis team battled through the Pacific Athletic League (PAL) Championship Tournament.Read more »
The Bears lost to Sacred Heart Prep in a close game on Wednesday.Read more »
The Bears beat the San Mateo Bearcats 7-5 in extra innings during their matchup a few weeks ago, but this Thursday night M-A was not able to produce the same results, ending up with a 4-3 loss.Read more »
Prior to the first pitch, the Bears honored the ten seniors on the team with a traditional senior night ceremony. With so many graduating members, M-A will be forced to rely on young talent such as Nick Prainito, Nick Olson, and Matt Johnston to carry the team in the coming years. After the ceremony,... Read more »
The boys varsity lacrosse team hosted rival Menlo Knights in a game that supported the Play4TheCure Foundation. Both teams set up fundraising pages on Facebook, and all proceeds were donated to the cancer research foundation.... Read more »
On Thursday, April 30 the Bears matched up against the Burlingame Panthers for their final Pacific Athletic League (PAL) dual meet. All four of M-A's teams easily defeated the Panthers. Both the girls and boys varsity teams beat the Panthers 91-61 and 99-45 respectively. The junior varsity teams... Read more »
The baseball team continued their game against Sacred Heart Prep and won 11-10.Read more »
The Bears defeated the visiting Terra Nova Tigers on Wednesday 2-1. The game was tied at the end of seven innings, sending it into extras. Junior Nikolai Tarran finally knocked in the winning run in the bottom of the eighth, taking the first of two games from the Tigers.
The Bears came up short against visiting SHP on Tuesday, losing 12-7. The Gators jumped out to an early 3-0 lead and maintained the momentum for the entirety of the game.
The varsity baseball team defeated the Carlmont Scots in a close score of 3-2.Read more »