Fall Sports Update


Servite Football teams stands on the field ready to fight for a win. Photo provided by Jacob Garcia

Isabella Tejeda and Kat Davis

Rosary and Servite fall sports have been doing amazing this 2019-2020 season with many victories, and few losses. Royal Reporter has the scoop on most of Rosary and Servite’s fall sports journey.

Rosary’s varsity tennis team has been causing a racquet. This year, they have won a total of 7 out of 14 games. “This year’s tennis team is super close and supportive. All of the girls are willing to give it their all on the courts,” Maria Braatz ‘20 states. “I believe we have a great chance at making CIF this year.” Tennis’ next match is Wednesday, October 9 against Brea O’Linda at Brea O’Linda beginning at 3 p.m.

Rosary’s varsity tennis captains get ready for an amazing season. Photo by Amelia Fiorentino

Next, Rosary’s varsity volleyball has been bumping to their own beat. They are starting off great with a total score of 12-7. Player Sophia Degrassi ‘20 told Royal Reporter, “We have definitely improved from last year which can be seen through our multiple wins. I am so excited to see how the rest of the season goes.” One of volleyball’s most notable wins was against JSerra, in which they won their first league game against them in eight years. Way to go. Volleyball’s next game is this Thursday, October 10 at JSerra High School.

Rosary volleyball poses and awaits an amazing season. Photo provided by Megan Kendall

Rosary’s golf team has been un-four-getable. Royal Reporter caught up with varsity golf player Gabi Mendoza ‘20 to ask how the team is doing, “This year the team has been doing very well and we are all super close to each other,” she said. “Our team is also improving more and more, and each player has improved their game since the beginning of season.” Make sure to catch golf’s next match today (10/9/19) against Orange Lutheran at the Fullerton Golf Course.

Cross Country has been off to a running start this year. They have had 6 meets so far and have been doing great. Cross Country’s next meet is October 12 at the Clovis Invitational at 7:30 am. 

Rosary Cross Country poses together during their trip to Mammoth. Photo provided by Rosary Academy Sports Website

Last but not least is Servite’s varsity football team. The boys are doing awesome with a record of 4-2, with the two losses being against the top 25 teams in the nation (Bishop Gorman and St. John Bosco). Jacob Garcia ‘20 states, “We have really come together as a team and have been enjoying the ride. One noticeable change is our strength and confidence.” Servite’s next football game is this Friday, October 11 against Mater Dei at the Santa Ana Bowl at 7 pm. 

Servite varsity football prepares to play their hardest. Photo provided by Jacob Garcia

Make sure to come stay updated on Rosary’s sports at https://rosary.repuschool.com