With a proven record of athletic success and a rich tradition of strong athletic competition, championships, sportsmanship and teamwork, our athletics program is a source of pride for the entire Serra community. Our coaches are dedicated to developing men of integrity and leadership. They teach important skills that develop students’ talents and abilities. Our student-athletes compete in one of the most competitive high school leagues in California— the West Catholic Athletic League (WCAL). We are proud to note that last year, 13 of our varsity teams earned the CCS Scholastic Achievement Team designation. Our successful program also provides many opportunities for non-athletes to assume important responsibilities as trainers, social media reporters, statisticians and team managers.


Padre Athletic News

Posted 02/11/2016 07:35AM

After a close home match on Senior night versus Archbishop Riordan, the Serra Padres rallied from a 24-6 deficit to win 38-30 on January 28, 2016, to remain unbeaten in WCAL dual matches. The Padres then had a little over a week to prepare for their next match on Wednesday. The #5 CCS Ranked Serra Padre Varsity Wrestling team traveled to San Jose to take on the #2 CCS Ranked Bellarmine Bells. Both teams were 5-0 in WCAL matches and the winner would come away WCAL Champions.

 The night did not start well for Serra as Nico Cappabianca (S) was pinned in the 1stround by Ziante Faraj-Washington (B) at 106 pounds. In a close match at 113, Sepher Pazoki (S) ranked #16 in CCS lost to #7 ranked Alex Rodriguez (B) 1-0. At 120, Alexander Henderson (B) pinned Kyle Shum (S) in the 2nd round to extend the Bellarmine lead to 15-0. The Padres finally got on the scoreboard as Kyle Wilson (S) pinned Jack Thomas (B) in 1:09 of the 1st round of the 126 pound match. Momentum swung back in favor of the Bells as #1 CCS Ranked Isaiah Palamino (B) pinned #20 Marco Hernandez (S) in the 2nd round at 132. # 10 Evan Jones (S) wrestled to a 6-2 victory over #7 John Hickman (B) to decrease the Bellarmine lead to 21-9 at 138. #17 Spencer Hall (B) had a second round pin over Mike Pechina (S) at 145. #1 David San Miguel scored a 1st round pin over Eric Gai (S) at 152 in the last Bellarmine victory of the night where Bellarmine had a comfortable 33-9 lead. At 160, #11 Ben Khoury (S) started the Serra winning rally with a 4-3 victory over #2 Andreas Guerrero (B). Khoury was losing 3-1 and was in the bottom position with under 30 seconds in the 3rd round when he scored an escape and controversial takedown as both wrestlers went out of bounds with 2 seconds left to win 4-3. At 170, Evan Behrendt (S) won a Technical Fall (win by 15 points) over Nathan Frojelin (B) with a 17-1 victory to make the team score 33-17 in favor of Bellarmine. #3 Jaylyn Membreno (S) wrestled to a major decision (won by more than 8) over #16 Mike Belloni (B) to make it 33-21 B after the 182 pound match. In another upset by Serra, #8 Kenny Meitz scored a defensive pin over #4 Victor Jaques (B) at 195 pounds in the first round. At 220, #2 Dominick Christmas (S) won by forfeit to tie the score 33-33. This meant the last match of the night would determine the championship. #4 Ryan Peralta (S) competed against Jacob Smith (B). The first round ended 0-0 and Peralta chose the bottom position going into the 2ndround. Peralta was able to score a 2 point reversal and put Smith on his back for 3 point near fall almost ending in a pin but Smith worked off his back and scored his own 2 point reversal. Peralta escaped to take a 6-2 lead into the 3rd and final round. Smith choose bottom and got an escape. Again, Peralta scored a takedown and 3 point nearfall as the Padre bench erupted. Peralta was able to hold Smith down for the next 20 seconds and won the major decision as the Serra Padres came back to win 37-33 and earn the 2015-16 WCAL dual meet championships.

 The WCAL Finals will be held this Saturday February 13th at Archbishop Riordan High School in San Francisco at 9am. The top 5 at this tournament will compete next Friday and Saturday at the CCS Wrestling Championships.

Posted 02/10/2016 08:27AM

The Serra varsity basketball team defeated the Archbishop Mitty Monarchs in San Jose last night in overtime by the score of 58-54. The Padres got off to a slow start in the first quarter down 13-9, but came back to end the first half up 26-25. In the second half, the Monarchs surged ahead, leading the Padres by 10 points with 3 minutes left. The Padres would not go quietly, however, as some big 3's by senior Jake Killingsworth and senior Miles Todzo brought the Padres back to send the game into overtime. Serra stood strong in overtime with some big free throws, and a clutch steal with 10 seconds left by sophomore Henry James to seal the victory for the Padres. Look for the varsity basketball team in action again on Friday February 12th at home in the Morton Family Gymnasium as they take on the Bellarmine Bells of San Jose. Tip-off is scheduled for 7:30 p.m.

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Posted 02/09/2016 10:36AM

Congratulations to former Serra basketball star Jimmy Wohrer '15 who had a career day last week for the University of Puget Sound. Click the link below for the full story.

Jimmy Wohrer '15- Puget Sound

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Posted 02/05/2016 09:19PM

The Padre basketball team hosted the Fightin' Irish of Sacred Heart Cathedral on Friday night.  Behind a strong first half from senior Jake Killingsworth (14 points in the half), Serra was able to take a 31-26 lead at the end of the first half.  The teams played an even second half and the Padres were able to take the game by a score of 64-58.  Killingsworth ended the night with 25 points while senior Lee Jones had 15 and senior Jeremiah Testa finished with 14.  The win puts the Padres mark at 16-4 (8-2 WCAL) on the season with a road game at Archbishop Mitty up next.  Serra will travel to San Jose on Tuesday night to face the Monarchs, tip-off is set for 7:30 pm.


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Posted 02/02/2016 09:04PM

The Serra varsity basketball team defeated the Archbishop Riordan Crusaders tonight in San Francisco by the score of 58-37. The Padres got off to a fast start by taking an early lead up 11-4. The Padres turned the pressure up in the 2nd quarter, increasing their lead to go up 25-11 at the half. The Padres remained strong throughout the third quarter still leading 37-22, and further increased their lead in the 4th quarter to close out the victory with the final of 58-37. Look for the Padres in action again as they take on the Sacred Heart Cathedral Fightin' Irish of San Francisco at home in the Morton Family Gymnasium on Friday February 5th. Tip-off is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. 

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Posted 01/31/2016 05:47PM
The Padre Soccer team broke through on Saturday with a major comeback win down at Valley Christian.  Trailing 2-0 at the half, junior Jack Mori put back a goal 7 minutes into the second period from a combination play with fellow junior Tony Massetti.  Less than 10 min later, the Padres would strike again after putting the Warriors under great midfield pressure.  Junior Joe Montero found the equalizer after Massetti, super soph Adam Joss, and senior Joe Berardi connected on a superb passing sequence that methodically brought the ball down up the field via the left flank and allowing time for several Serra attackers to get forward.  Joss would hit the game winner with 9 just 9 min to play when he was on the receiving end of a Montero cross inside the box.  Joss' shot was poked right under the rushing Warrior goalkeeper to seal the Padre Victory.  Junior Josh Gonzales commanded a defensive performance that strengthened as the game wore on, leaving the Warriors without a true shot on goal from the run of play the entire second half.  Serra begins the WCAL stretch run this next week finishing with 4 of final 5 games at home.  On Wednesday, they will host Sacred Heart Cathedral.  Kickoff is 3:15pm.
Posted 01/29/2016 09:16PM

The Serra varsity basketball team fought hard against the first place St. Francis Lancers of Mountain View tonight but lost by the score of 52-44. The Lancers took a one point lead ending the first quarter up 10-9, and went into the half up by six leading 26-20. Both teams battled back and forth in the 3rd quarter, ending it with the Lancers ahead 35-30. The Padres fought back, but couldnt catch up and ended the night with the final score of 52-44. Look for the Padres in action again on Tuesday February 2nd as they take on the Archbishop Riordan Crusaders of San Francisco at Archbishop Riordan on the road. Tip-off is scheduled for 7:30 p.m.

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Posted 01/27/2016 09:36AM

Come out and support the Serra varsity basketball team as they take on the St. Francis Lancers of Mountain View at home in the Morton Family Gymnasium on Friday January 29th at 7:30 p.m. Please arrive early as there will be NO pre-sale tickets available, and tickets will be sold on a first-come first-serve basis. There will also be no in & out privileges due to limited seating, and the doors will be closed once the gym is filled to capacity. 

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Posted 01/27/2016 09:34AM

The Serra varsity basketball team defeated the St. Ignatius Wildcats in San Francisco last night by the score of 56-46. Minus the services of senior leader Jake Killingsworth due to illness, the Padres got off to a slow start ending the first quarter down 12-9. The Wildcats kept the pressure on throughout the 2nd quarter, going into the half up 24-19 over the Padres. The Padres came back strong in the third quarter with some big buckets by sophomore Jack Wilson and senior Jeremiah Testa to take the lead for the first time in the game and end the third leading 37-31. The Padres continued to dominate the 2nd half throughout the fourth quarter with some key baskets and big free throws late in the game to make it the final of 56-46. Look for the Padres in action again as they take on the St. Francis Lancers of Mountain View at home in the Morton Family Gymnasium on Friday January 29th in a battle for first place in W.C.A.L. league play. Tip-off is scheduled for 7:30p.m.

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Posted 01/26/2016 08:22AM
Last night the Serra Wrestling team traveled to San Francisco to compete at Sacred Heart Cathedral. The Padres started the night slow as they forfeited at 106, lost decisions at 113 and 120. Kyle Wilson got the Padres on the board with a 3-2 victory and the Padres were behind 3-12. After a forfeit at 132 and a major decision loss at 138, Serra now was trailing 22-3 going into the 145 pound match. Freshman Mike Pechina started a Padre pin rally with a 2nd round pin of his opponent followed by another 2nd round pin by Serra's Evan Jones at 152. At 160, Ben Khoury got a first round pin and Serra cut the Fighting Irish to 21-22. At 170, Sacred Heart's team captain pinned his Serra opponent to increase the lead 21-28. Jaylyn Membreno at 182 got a major decision to make the score 25-28. The Padres then received 3 forfeits to win the match 43-28 to remain unbeaten in WCAL action.

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