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SHP Athletics - Winter Sports Wrap Up

The SHP Boys and Girls Basketball and Soccer teams have concluded their 22-23 season.
Continue reading for the final wrap.
  • The SHP Boys Basketball team completed one of its finest seasons in program history, capturing its 2nd WBAL title in 3 seasons, and earning automatic berths into the CCS Open Division and NorCal Division I Tournaments. The Gators’ postseason run was highlighted by a 61-59 buzzer-beating win over Open Division Champion Sacred Heart Cathedral, followed up by one of the biggest upsets of playoff season - as the 15th-seeded Gators traveled to Folsom and upset the 2nd-seeded Bulldogs 63-62. Head Coach Tony Martinelli picked up his 300th career win in a 61-59 win over crosstown rival Menlo.
  • The SHP Girls Basketball team finished the season with 12 wins and a 2nd place finish in the WBAL - Skyline Division, highlighted by a 50-45 win over St. Francis in early December. The Gators clinched a berth into the CCS Division IV playoffs, ultimately falling to Mercy of Burlingame 55-51 in the 2nd round. Their 7 league wins were the highest win total for the Gators since 2019. 
  • For the 2nd time in program history, the SHP Boys Soccer team clinched a berth into the CCS Open Division playoffs following a historic 17-0-2 season and 13-0-1 undefeated WBAL league season. The Gators, who will graduate 15 seniors this spring, made it all the way to the Open Division semifinal and then fell in the NorCal Regional Quarterfinal to Chico in overtime penalty kicks.
  • For the 2nd straight season, the SHP Girls Soccer team lost only 1 WBAL match, finishing 6-1-3 in league play, and 12-6-4 overall. From December 17th, on, the Gators hit their stride, going 11-1-3 over their next 15 matches, earning a berth into the CCS Division II Tournament, where they fell to Presentation 2-1 in a hard-fought CCS Championship match.

    Logan Aboudara - WBAL Boys Soccer Goalkeeper of the Year
    Mia Kilburn - WBAL Girls Soccer Goalkeeper of the Year
    Luke Maxwell - WBAL Boys Soccer Forward of the Year
    Sam Norris - WBAL Boys Basketball Player of the Year
    Tommy Sullivan - WBAL Boys Soccer Defender of the Year

    JP Kerrigan - First Team
    TJ O’Brien - Second Team
    LJ Quattlebaum - Honorable Mention
    Erick Osterloh - Honorable Mention

    Alex Bartels - First Team
    Beau Dunlevie - First Team
    Colin Johnson - First Team
    Nathaniel Pi-Sunyer - First Team
    Miles Brush - Second Team
    Jack Cushman - Second Team
    Luca Suarez - Second Team
    Nathan Fox - Honorable Mention
    Will Maxwell - Honorable Mention

    Kate Baron - First Team
    Sophia Taylor - Second Team
    Bridget Selna - Second Team
    Eva Arceo - Honorable Mention

    Megan Sweeney - First Team
    McKenna Tanona - First Team
    Molly Tinsley - First Team
    Sydney Adas - Second Team
    Anna Bassett - Second Team
    Lewa Drew White - Second Team
    Courtney Carpenter - Honorable Mention
    Lauryn Masetti - Honorable Mention

Founded by the Society of the Sacred Heart, SHS is a Catholic, independent, co-ed day school for students in preschool through grade 12