Parker Coach Dave Glassey, parent and Los Angeles Dodgers Senior Vice President of Baseball Operations Josh Byrnes, professional baseball player Nick Noonan ’07, and coach Erick Threets discuss changes to baseball and what effects the COVID-19 pandemic will have on the future of the sport.Read More
Ever since he was a little kid, Kimo Ferrari has dreamed of playing college basketball.
Earlier this week, that dream became reality when the CIF All-San Diego Section First Team guard accepted an offer to play at Brown University this fall.
“It’s an amazing feeling,” says Kimo, Class of 2020. “Many people have put in their time and sacrifices to help me reach the goal and I’m very grateful for all who helped me along the way.”Read More
Head coach Jim Tomey and the Parker Boys Basketball team continued their winning ways Wednesday evening, dispatching The Bishop’s School, 69-36, on Hillgren Court. The Lancers jumped out to a 22-8 lead and would dominate third quarter action, 21-5, to pull away for good.Read More
They’ve got talent–both on the field and in the classroom.
For the third consecutive season, Parker Football has been named a CIF San Diego Section All-Academic Team, CIF announced Monday afternoon. The team earned the honor with a combined 3.32 GPA, the highest among football programs in the Center City Region and only second to Santa Fe Christian (3.38) in San Diego.Read More
Judy Spoelstra has an initial goal for girls basketball at Parker, and it’s a big one–grow the program.
Judy is the new head coach of the varsity team.
“I’m excited to be at Parker and to get the girls as excited as possible,” says Judy. “[Athletic Director] Anthony Thomas was making a strong push to rebuild the program and bring girls basketball along at Parker. I was interested because there was a lot of support.”Read More
Melissa Warner places high priority on support–both on and off the pitch.
“I like the girls to have creativity on the field and to be able to support each other,” says Melissa, Varsity Girls Soccer head coach. “I want them to really learn and love the game and be able to navigate their lives through the game.”Read More
It’s a warm and sunny October afternoon on Lauer Field, and the Grade 8 Boys Flag Football teams are practicing for their upcoming games. The sound of Matt’s whistle is common during the pass protection drill, as are verbal redirections, constructive criticism, and finally, encouragement.Read More