Vikings Spring sports has gotten off to a great start the first couple weeks of the season!
Varsity Baseball has won their last two games, including an 8-1 win over North Hollywood last night. Matthew Samuels got the win on the mound, pitching five innings and striking out two batters. Max Prather went 2-3 at the plate, Edwin Groff was 2-2 and Charlie Stern was 2-2 with two RBI and two runs scored.
Softball has started the season with a 1-0-1 record. The Vikings tied SOCES in their first game 0-0. Although the offense was lacking, the defense was outstanding bulstered by an incredible pitching performance by Kaia Glickman who threw six shut out innings, striking out 11 batters. In the second game the Vikings got their win in walk-off form beating Fairfax 4-3. Olivia Landa got the Vikings on the board with a 2-run home run to right-center field. Fairfax fought back in the third, scoring three. But the Vikings were not done scoring, tying the game in the fourth inning. With two outs in the final half of the last inning, Alyssa Acosta got on first base and promptly stole second base. Izzy Garvey followed with an outstanding at-bat, walking, while Acosta made it to third on a pass ball. With the winning run on third, Glickman ripped a single scoring the run. She also got the W in the circle.
Boys' Volleyball won their first two games of 2019 sweeping both St. Monica and Notre Dame, 3-0 respectively. In the Notre Dame game, Gus Accord had 26 assists, Jack Candido had 15 kills and Harry Dominguez had 13 digs.
Boys' Tennis won their first game in dramatic fashion beating Hart High School in games 9-9 (75-68). The Vikings were down 5-7 late and looking at a loss. But the Vikings fought back, eventually beating the Indians in games 75-68. Brody Young-Smith had a huge hand in the Vikings comeback, sweeping all three of his singles matches.
Track and Field participated in the Louis Zamperini Invitational last weekend. Our Boys Relay team finished second in the 1600 Sprint Medley at the Invitational. Andrew Mutchnik, Matias Marroquin, Antonio Marroquin and Aidan Disney ran the relay and got the second place finish.
Campbell Hall is an independent coeducational day school for grades K-12, located in Studio City, CA. We are affiliated with the Episcopal Church and its 500-year history of academic excellence, and are also one of the most religiously and racially diverse schools in southern California.