The 2022-2023 school year saw many outstanding performances by the various Salesian athletic teams. In the fall, the school had its inaugural season in varsity girls' golf led by Coach Josephine Orozco. In cross country, freshman Nestor Alvarado set a school record for his class in the 5k. In girls' volleyball, the team won its first round NCS contest before falling to the Bay School in the NCS quarter finals. Girls' tennis had a great season, and the Pride football team upset the number 2 seed Moreau Catholic Mariners at Moreau in the NCS playoffs before losing in the semi-finals to Justin Sienna.
The winter season saw tremendous success on the basketball court led by the girls' basketball team that won the TCAL Championship and the NCS Open Division Championship before losing the NorCal Open Division Championship to Archbishop Mitty High School. On the boys' basketball side, the team captured the TCAL Championship and lost in the NorCal Division I Championship Game to Granada High School. On the soccer field, both the girls' and boys' teams played well all season.
In the spring, girls' softball placed second in the league, won their second round NCS contest against Fort Bragg before losing to Del Norte High School in the semi-finals. In baseball, the team went undefeated in league to capture the TCAL league championship and the team won the league playoffs beating Jesse Bethel High School. Swimming, boys' tennis, and boys' golf all had outstanding individual performances. Boys' volleyball qualified for the NCS playoffs where they fell to College Prep High School in the first round. Track and field saw many fine performances led by freshman Nestor Alvarado who ran 4:39.16 in the 1600 to set a new frosh school record. If you are interested in conditioning schedules for the summer Salesian sports teams, please contact the head coach of that sport using their Salesian email.
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