2018-2019 All Sports Recap


As the school year comes to a close, it is time to reflect on the success our athletes have brought to home. 1,142 athletes competed this year for the Lancers and below is a short recap on the season of our teams.



Finishing with a 6-4 record, the football team managed to get a spot in the Open Division of CIF. A loss against Cathedral in the semifinals cut the season short but not without wins in close games against Oceanside and San Marcos.

Boys Water Polo

The boys water polo team reached the semi-finals of CIF Division I, where they lost a close 12-13 game against Point Loma. They ended the season with a record of 16-15.

Girls Golf

Led by five seniors and an 8-8 record, the girls golf team won a close 222-246 score. (Golf matches go to the lower score).

Girls Tennis

With a record of 13-7, girls tennis topped a successful season with their CIF Division III title. During the tournament, they won with convincing scores of 18-0, 18-0, 17-1 and 14-4.

Girls Volleyball

Even with a loss in round one of CIF Division 1, the girls volleyball team had a six game win streak. The team only lost three sets out of the total 15 sets.

Cross Country

In CIF finals, the boys team scored 309 points placing 13th and the girls team 279 points placing 10th. Coming in first for Carlsbad was senior Sean Conklin and sophomore Allison Tanita.


Girls Soccer

Open Division Champions and a 23-5-1 record ended the girls soccer season. They beat AOLP 1-0 to win the Open Division finals with a goal from sophomore Lexi Wright.

Boys Basketball

After losing in the CIF Division III finals last year, the boys basketball team won the CIF Division II finals against Rancho Buena Vista. To top off their 26-7 record were wins against Sage Creek and the breaking of the Torrey Pines win streak.

Girls Basketball

Even with coming up short in the semifinals last year to Vista, the girls basketball team came into CIF as the fifth seed to win the Division II championship. A win against Crossroads in their first round of the State tournament brought them to a 21-13 record.

Boys Soccer

Although they ended with a 5-13-5 record, the boys soccer team pulled through to win some close games against LCC (2-1), CCA(2-1) and Del Norte(1-0). In CIF Division I they faced Rancho Bernardo and were eliminated in the first round.

Girls Water Polo

Overall the team’s record was 21-10, but this was assisted by a 9-0 start to the season. The team reached the CIF Open Division finals where they fell short 7-10 against Bishop’s.


Putting in hard work during the season resulted in six Lancers qualifying for the San Diego Masters Chamionship.



With double elimination in play, the baseball team made it to the semi-finals of CIF Division I. The team finished 15-17-1 and won a strong 9-1 game against CCA before losing a close 3-4 game against Madison.


Softball earned their spot in the CIF Open Division with a record of 17-10-1. Their consistent high scoring games of 13, 16, 17 and 12 runs in separate games won them their overall record.

Boys Golf

Proving their strength in close matches, the boys golf team pulled off four of their nine wins with a 10 point of less difference, 203-205 versus Cathedral, 191-196 versus San Marcos, 209-218 versus Westview and 200-210 versus San Marcos.

Boys Lacrosse

Of their five wins on the season the team only had one close game (9-8 Westview), while in the others they won 11-1, 8-0, 8-2 and 18-4. They reached the second round of CIF Division II.

Girls Lacrosse

Winning games against Santa Fe Christian(17-5), Mission Hills(10-9) and El Camino(12-9), got the girls lacrosse team to a 9-11 record and a spot in the CIF Division II tournament. They made it to the semifinals of this before falling short to Patrick Henry.

Boys Volleyball

Heading into the CIF Division I finals, the boys volleyball team had a 3-1 win against La Jolla and a 3-2 win against Otay Ranch. With a record of 23-13, they earned the title of runner up in the CIF tournament.

Boys Tennis

To start off their CIF Division II run the team faced off and won against Calexico 15-3 and moved onto the second round against Steele Canyon. They finished 8-9 overall after a 12-6 loss in CIF.

Track and Field

Seniors Lance Qiu and Caleb Schrimpf, junior Zoe Nolte, sophomores Caden Smith and Riley Millard and freshman Olivia Lewis all competed in CIF finals. The results were; Qiu 8th (high jump), Schrimpf 14th (100m), Nolte 5th (100m hurdles) and 13th (300m hurdles), Smith 11th (400m), Millard 15th (long jump), Lewis 11th (300m hurdles) and boys 12th (4x400m relay).

Swim and Dive

League finals resulted in a 2nd place finish for the boys team and a 3rd place finish for the boys team. This improved to two 2nd place finished in CIF Division I finals to result in the 2nd place overall team finish.