honor roll

Krissy Smoot, Notre Dame-Belmont girls’ track and field. The senior topped the CCS podium for the first time in her varsity career, winning gold in the girls’ discus with a throw of 142 feet, 4 inches.

Cruise Thompson, Capuchino baseball. The senior outfielder had a big game to help lead the 10th-seeded Mustangs to a lopsided 12-2 win over No. 7 Carmel in the first round of the CCS Division II opener. Thompson went 4 for 4 and reached base in all five plate appearances with a walk, a double, two RBIs and a run scored.

Holly Fletcher, Aragon softball. The senior right-hander showed up with a fine performance in the Lady Dons’ 7-3 win over Everett-Alvarez to open CCS Division I postseason play. Fletcher struck out 12 to go the distance and up her record to 14-5 on the year.

Jace Jeremiah, Aragon baseball. The sophomore shortstop continued his hot play during the Dons’ 6-5, eight-inning loss to Sacred Heart Cathedral in the first round of the CCS Division II tournament. Batting in the leadoff spot, Jeremiah went 3 for 4, including a lead-off double, with two runs scored.

Kaimei Gescuk, Carlmont girls’ track. The junior earned her first CCS track gold medal by topping the field in the 3,200, recording a time of 10:42.15.

Tim Berthier, Menlo-Atherton boys’ tennis. A senior and the reigning PAL singles champion, Berthier advanced to the semifinals of the CCS single tournament. The No. 4 seed playing in the first two rounds last week, Berthier won his first match in straight sets, 6-1, 6-2. In the quarterfinals, he dropped the first set, 3-6, but rallied to win the next two 6-2, 6-3 to move into the final four. He’ll face top-seeded Luke Casper of Bellarmine in a semifinal match Wednesday at Los Gatos’ Bay Club Courtside.

Brianna Santos, Hillsdale softball. The junior catcher stepped into the leadoff spot and promptly went 4 for 4 with a single, a triple and two home runs in the Lady Knights’ CCS Division II opener last Wednesday to pace an 11-1 win over Mercy-Burlingame.

Carly Watts, Terra Nova girls’ track and field. The senior repeated as the champion in CCS girls’ shot put with a top throw of 46 feet, 2 inches.

The Serra boys’ volleyball team. The Padres finished their season as runner-up in the CIF Northern California Division II state playoffs. After topping Nevada Union in the regional semifinals last Thursday, Serra fell in four sets Saturday to top-seed Clovis East in the Northern California championship match.

Jessica Eagle, Menlo-Atherton girls’ track. The senior earned two gold medals at the CCS championships. She repeated in the girls’ 100 with a top time of 12.07 seconds, the best time recorded throughout the CCS this season. Eagle also ran the second leg of the 4x100 relay to top the podium in 48.22 seconds along with senior Autriyana Hardy, sophomore Malia Latu and senior Lauren Collinsworth.

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