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Senior pitcher Ian Villers leads Northgate’s team, which is currently 14-2.

Early spring sports quotes

Track, Isabelle Antolin:

“I think that for the distance runners the highlights have been the Dan Gabor
Invitational and the Dublin Distance Fiesta because they are both such large and competitive meets. Nearly everyone was able to get a PR or close to one at those meets and everyone had fun racing as well.”

Girls Lacrosses, Stephanie Guerrero:

“Although we won as many games as we wished, we pushed through each and every one. The wins were especially exciting because it showed our hard work. I am excited to continue this season growing a stronger bond with my team, they are like my second family.”

Softball, Jazmyn Hanley:

“Some highlights so far are that unlike previous years, we all felt like family, we all enjoy each other and get along. Also, we have a great coaching staff that has been there to bring our program to hopefully one of its best years. We all have one common goal – to take Northgate softball the
farthest it has gone in past years, to the NCS Championship.”

Boys Tennis, Shane Wilk:

“All of the match play during practices has really made it enjoyable to compete with my teammates day in and day out.”

Boys Volleyball, Brendan Thio:

“One of the best things about this year’s team is the new players, they
offer new skill player sets that last years team did not have as well as more experience with high level volleyball.”

Baseball, Ian Villers:

“This year we started off strong as we expected, our team can come together against hard opponents such as Miramonte. I am excited for the rest of the season into league and then NCS. We will take it one step at a time and push each other day by day.”

Swimming, Emma Smethurst:

“Our goal is to do really well at DALs and to continue to progress throughout the season, with a strong showing at NCS and state.”

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