Girls Soccer Final
Saturday, November 19
Liberty High School
Join us for this exciting match as the varsity girls soccer team faces their friendly rivals for the state title.
Every CG voice is needed.
Admission: Cash or VISA/MasterCard only | Adult $8 | Student $5
Can't attend the game? » Check out the webcast on OSAA.tv
On October 20, students on Catlin Gabel cross country teams had the opportunity to meet all of the professional runners from the Nike Oregon Project and run with them on the wood chip trails surrounding Nike’s campus. After an introduction to all of the professional athletes by head coach Alberto Salazar, the cross-country team headed out for a few miles around the Beaverton campus.
Thanks go to media arts teacher Brendan Gill for taking these great photos of the community gathering in the Barn, fans at the field, the jazz band at halftime, and awesome JV and Varsity girls soccer.
Roger Gantz '89 leads boys varsity soccer team to victory in his first game as head coach – watch the highlights
Jonathan sailed his 14-foot rig alongside the top 113 boys and 52 girls from 48 countries including Japan, Peru, and Australia.
Join an Upper School Athletic Team
We encourage all students to join a Catlin Gabel team. Each year a number of students, particularly freshmen and sophomores, hesitate to come out for sports, believing they are too inexperienced to participate. Our no-cut policy allows for everyone to participate. We provide great opportunities for students to give new sports a try. You have nothing to lose and a lot to gain. We hope to see you on August 22, when preseason practice begins for soccer, volleyball, and cross-country.
For conditioning, skill development, and team organization, athletes planning to participate in the first fall contests are required to attend preseason practices. Athletes missing practices or arriving after the starting date will be withheld from competitions until they have completed nine practices.
Once classes begin on September 2, practices are after school from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. There is no practice on Labor Day.
Upper School Athletics 2011-12 Preseason Schedule
Monday, August 22 – Friday, August 26, 9:30 a.m. – noon
Monday, August 29 – Thursday, September 1, 4 – 6:30 p.m.
Head Coach: Roger Gantz, 503-780-3312
Monday, August 22 – Thursday, September 1, 5 – 7:30 p.m.
Head Coach: Mark Lawton, 503-860-5164
Optional Soccer Camp through CG Summer Programs
August 15 – 19, 5:30 – 8 p.m.
Grades 9 – 12 (or with permission)
Lisa Unsworth with Catlin Gabel soccer coaching staff
Work on skills, strategy, and fitness before soccer tryouts. Evenings include drills and technique, shooting, tactics, small-sided games, and full-sided scrimmages. Great preparation for preseason and upcoming league play.
Monday, August 15 – Friday, August 19, 4 – 8 p.m. (this is optional)
Monday, August 22 – Friday, August 26, 4 – 8 p.m.
Monday, August 29 – Wednesday, August 31, 4 – 8 p.m.
Head Coach: Chris Snelling, 503-841-8956
August 22 – August 26
Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 9:30 –11 a.m.
Head Coach: John Hamilton, 503-645-7198
Optional cross-country summer practices
Wednesday from 7 to 8 p.m. for interval session. Meet at the gym.
Saturday at 9 a.m. for a 3 to 6 mile run. Meet at the bottom of the Leif Erickson Trail on NW Thurman Street.
Monday, August 15, 23rd annual Oak Hills preseason run • swim• ice cream social 7 – 9 p.m.
Notes for All Athletes
Students should have their own footwear properly broken in by the opening day of practice to avoid blisters. Wear athletic clothes suitable for the weather. Soccer players should bring water bottles to carry with them to the field. It is wise to start some conditioning well before August 22 in order to build fitness gradually. This will help avoid muscle soreness and injuries.
Family medical and emergency contact forms must be submitted online before the first day of practice. Update or approve your forms here. Also, all 9th and 11th graders must complete the pre-participation physical examination with their physicians and turn in the required paperwork before the first day of practice. State law requires the school to have the forms on file before students may practice. The forms were emailed in May, and are available in PDF format at the end of this article. Please call the Upper School office at ext. 318 if you have any questions about the forms.
Rising senior Katy Wiita swims in World Aquatic Championships, Team USA places 10th. Watch the video of their free routine.
Team: district champions, 8th at state
Connor Oliver: district champion, 1st team all-district, 8th at state, 2nd team all-state
Philip Paek: 3rd at district, 1st team all-district
James Furnary: 2nd team all-district
Team: 2nd at district, 5th at state
Sophia Roman: 1st team all-district
Logan Smesrud: 2nd team all-district
Cydney Smith: 3rd team all-district
Team: 2nd at district, 2nd at state
4 x 100 relay team: district and state champions
Mariah Morton, Linnea Hurst, Cammy Edwards, Eloise Miller
4 x 400 relay team: district champions, 3rd at state
Fiona Noonan, Cammy Edwards, Mariah Morton, Eloise Miller
Mariah Morton: district and state champion long jump; district and state champion triple jump
Eloise Miller: 2nd at district and state long jump; 2nd at district and state triple jump
Cammy Edwards: district champion, 2nd at state 300m hurdles; 2nd at district, 4th at state 100m hurdles
Hannah Rotwein: 2nd at district, 5th at state 3000m
Team: 6th at district
Eli Pelton Wilson: 2nd at district, state qualifier 110m hurdles; 2nd at district, 6th at state 300m hurdles
Parris Joyce: 2nd at district, 9th at state 800m
Team: 3rd at state
Kate Rubenstein: district runner up, state runner up
Team: 2nd at district, 2nd at state
Andrew Salvador: district champion, 3rd at state
Will Caplan and Reid Goodman: district doubles champions, state quarterfinals
Team record 0-19
Jesse Kimsey-Bennett: 2nd team all-district
Graham Fuller: honorable mention
Jared Woods: honorable mention
Junior Andrew Salvador won the district boys singles championship, seniors Will Caplan and Reid Goodman took the boys doubles title, and junior Kate Rubinstein finished as district runner up in girls singles. They will compete for state titles on May 20 and 21 in Eugene.
The boys team will compete at the state for the ninth consecutive time after winning their district title by 21 shots. The girls are going to state for the first time after finishing in second place at district. The state competition for boys and girls is on May 16 and 17 at Trysting Tree Golf Club in Corvallis. Congratulations, Eagles!