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Signing Day

Photo Courtesy of Mike Sparrer
Eleven graduating seniors sign letters of intent!

Tara Verma competed in the 400, 800 and 4X400 relay and will run for NYU next year. She placed first nine times in her three events over her four years, including a first place finish in the 800 at the league finals as a junior. She has the 5th fastest 400 in school history and 4th fastest 800.  Tara is also a great student earning a 3.82 cumulative GPA. Again, she heads to NYU in the fall. Congratulations Tara.

Sheridan Scala competed in the 100, 200, 400, 4X100 relay, and 4X400 relay. She has 14 first place finishes and was 4th in the 200 at the BVAL finals as a junior and 7th in the CCS finals. She sports the second fastest 100 in school history, the 4th fastest 200, and the 4th fastest 400. She has signed on to run for Cal Poly San Luis Obispo in the fall. Congratulations!

Nate Gray is a two-year varsity player as a kicker and punter and has a 3.5 cumulative GPA. As a junior he made 3 of 4 PAT attempts and was perfect on field goals. He punted for an average of 31 yards and kicked off 8 times for an average of 40 yards. As a senior he was injured in the third game of the season and forced to miss the bulk of the season. Despite that he still averaged over 35 yards per punt and though the team struggled at times to score points, he was among the league leaders in field goals made. Nate will kick for Occidental College next fall.

Bryce Anderson is a two-year varsity player as a guard and defensive tackle. Behind an offensive line anchored by Bryce, the 2014 Chargers ran for 2875 yards and 36 touchdowns and threw for 785 yards and 8 touchdowns. Defensively Bryce was among the team leaders in tackles, tackles for loss, and sacks and his return form injury late in his senior year provided a much needed spark for the defense. He is a two time first team BVAL all league selection. Bryce will play offensive line at Whitworth University next fall.

Kelsey Chope is a three year varsity player and has a 3.76 GPA. She’s a member of the National Charity League and a two time team captain. She finished her senior year second on the team and third in the league in goals scored and was the team MVP as a junior. She’s a two time BVAL first team all league selection and was named to the BVAL senior Showcase team where she scored a goal in her team’s 3-1 win. Kelsey will play at Northern Illinois next year.

Meghan Scudero is a four year varsity player with a 3.85 GPA. She led the league in assists as a senior and was a three year captain, earning multiple all league honors. Meghan volunteers at Lucille Packard Children’s Hospital and was presented with the team’s award for excellence in leadership as a senior. Meghan will play soccer for San Diego State next season.

Taryn Silverglate is another four year varsity player and the team’s leading goal scorer as a junior and senior while tying for the team lead as a sophomore. She finished second in the league in goals as a senior. She’s a 3.83 GPA student, a Dean’s Scholarship award winner, a first team all league selection and was also named a BVAL Senior Showcase representative where she scored 2 goals and assisted on 1 in her team’s 3-1 win. She will play at Chapman University next year.

Stephanie Nguyen is a two year member of our girls tennis program and a 3.87 GPA student. She was the BVAL singles champion and CCS singles runner up as a freshman and the BVAL doubles champion and CCS doubles semifinalist as a sophomore. She’s also a two time team BVAL league and BVAL tournament champion and she will play tennis at UC Irvine next year.

Elyse Ingram, headed to Colorado State Pueblo, was the leading goal scorer over the past three years and among the league’s leaders. She had 44 goals and 8 assists as a sophomore, 46 goals and 22 assists as a junior, and 80 goals and 38 assists her senior year leading the Chargers to a best ever 2nd place league finish. She’s been an all league selection multiple times and team captain as a senior.

Amanda is a league champion in the 50 free and 200 free relay and placed in the CCS championships over 10 times in her career. She is also part of two school record relay teams and is one of four freshmen at Leland in the past 20 years to place in the top 16 in her events at CCS. She was also a scholastic all American in 2014. Amanda will swim at the University of California San Diego next year.

James Kelbert is a four year starter in basketball, a three year starter in water polo, and was selected as all league multiple times in both sports, including as league MVP in basketball twice and water polo once. He led his basketball team to the CCS finals as a junior and to a CCS championship as a senior as well as to the first ever Norcal state tournament win in school history. James was also named all CCS in both water polo and basketball, was the CCS senior of the year in basketball, and second team all state in basketball both his junior and senior seasons. He was named the BVAL, CCS, and CIF CCS Scholar athlete of the year as a senior. James will attend Pomona College next fall.

It’s an impressive bunch. All told this group combined for well over 400 goals, 3000 yards, seven school records, 2500 points (not all by James, but close), more than 240 wins, over 25 CCS games, 6 league championships, and one CCS championship.