TeamsEinstein baseball They took the Omega League crown for the second year in a row and only had six losses on the entire season. SCCS football The Cards advanced to the 11-man football playoffs for the first time and made it to the quarterfinals in coach Garrick Moss’ final year with the team. Einstein girls basketball This was the most successful team in school history. The Rockets made it through the first round of playoffs for the first time ever and made it to the quarterfinals. SCCS girls soccer For the second consecutive year, SCCS was the undefeated league champion. It had four losses overall on the season. Trinity volleyball The Knights won the Heritage League title and beat SCCS for the first time in program history this season.
Male AthletesJustin Collins As a sophomore on the SCCS basketball team, he averaged 17 points per game and was named to the All-Heritage League first team. Caden Kulp Trinity basketball, football and track and field are all on Kulp’s resume. In football, he rushed for 408 yards and had 267 receiving yards for a total of four touchdowns. Jacob Moss He played both basketball and football for SCCS, but he really shined in the latter with 1,601 receiving yards and 429 rushing yards for 20 total touchdowns. Moss also added 48 tackles and returned 26 punts for 1,158 yards. Solomon Strader Strader represented Trinity at the CIF State track and field meet, placing sixth in the 400-meter run. He also competed in the 200 and the 4×400 relay team. Sam Stulman The All-Omega League pitcher of the year allowed 14 hits and recorded 64 strikeouts in addition to having 28 hits and 17 RBIs for Einstein.
Female AthletesHailey Aguilar An All-Heritage League first-team pitcher, the Cardinals’ Aguilar fought through multiple ankle surgeries to record 51 strikeouts on the mound and earn a .553 batting average. Jessica Eblin Eblin helped Trinity to its first league championship and was named the Heritage League MVP. She had 48 aces, 162 assists and 84 digs. Chloe Edwards SCCS’s Edwards was the Heritage League girls soccer Player of the Year and scored 23 goals on top of 11 assists. Victoria Kirshner The SCCS swimmer won the CIF-SS Division 4 titles in the 50- and 100-yard freestyles. She has six CIF-SS titles in four years. Helen Rodriguez She was All-CIF and All-Omega League in both basketball and volleyball for Einstein. Rodriguez used her height to score 13.1 points per game in basketball and accumulate 175 kills in volleyball.
Playoff TeamsPlayoff teams SCCS Baseball Moving up from Division 7 to Division 6 was tough. Although they were the second-place finisher in the Heritage League, the Cards lost in the first round to Pomona High. Boys basketball The Cards lost to No. 1-seeded Rolling Hills Prep of Los Angeles in the first round of the CIF-SS Division 5AA playoffs. Girls basketball Finishing the season second in the Heritage League, SCCS lost to Linfield Christian in the CIF-SS Division 6 quarterfinals. Football The Cardinals had only one league loss to finish second in the San Joaquin League. Their playoff run ended in the second round of the CIF-SS Division 13 quarterfinals. Girls soccer After its second undefeated league season in a row, SCCS advanced to the CIF-SS Division 6 playoffs before falling to Rialto in the first round. Softball SCCS couldn’t get past No. 1 seed Village Christian in the first round of the CIF-SS Division 7 playoffs. Girls volleyball The Cardinals had two five-game wins to start the postseason before a three-game loss to Capistrano Valley Christian in the CIF-SS Division 9 quarterfinals.
TrinityBaseball The Knights went 5-5 in league before taking on Coast Union in the first round of the CIF-SS Division 7 tournament. Girls basketball Trinity coasted to the CIF-SS Division 5A quarterfinals before being stopped by Bellarmine-Jefferson of Burbank. Boys cross country A seventh-place finish in their heat earned the Knights a spot in the CIF-SS Division 5 finals. Golf The Knights made the cut for the CIF-SS Northern Division Team Championships. Boys soccer This team fought their way to a wildcard game, but fell to Foothill Tech under first-year head coach Greg Hayes. Girls volleyball After a year of unprecedented success and a Heritage League title, Trinity lost 3-2 to San Gabriel Academy in the Division 9 quarterfinals.
EinsteinBaseball The Rockets repeated at the Omega League champion and lost to Coast Union in the second round of the Division 7 playoffs. Girls basketball For the first time ever, Einstein advanced through the first round of playoffs before ending its season in the CIF-SS Division 6 quarterfinals. Boys soccer Einstein won its first ever Omega League title with an undefeated record. Its postseason run ended in the first round of the Division 7 playoffs. Girls soccer A narrow loss in the first round of the CIF-SS Division 7 playoffs closed out the Rockets’ season. Boys volleyball In the program’s first year, Einstein earned a wildcard game in the CIF-SS Division 5 tournament. Girls volleyball The Rockets extended its final match to five games before losing to San Jacinto Valley Academy in the CIF-SS Division 10 playoffs.
SCViBoys basketball The Stallions went 7-6 and made their way to the first round of the CIF-SS Division 6 tournament.