Good Show, Old Sport

Zack Zeider, senior, protects a Water Polo ball during a game against Hueneme High School.
Now that the fall has ended and winter sports are heating up their competition, here is a recap of Cam High’s fall sports performance.

Cam High’s sports team had highlight performances including the boys water polo Pacific View league championship. Girls tennis, football, boys & girls cross country, and girls volleyball all were selected to  compete in CIF contention. Girls tennis finished their season with a loss to Malibu High in the Quarter finals of the Divison 3 CIF Southern-Section Playoffs at Pepperdine University. The Scorpions finished with a 15-3 record with their 3 losses coming off of future league foes La Reina, Oaks Christian, and Malibu. Cam High was undefeated in league play and won the Pacific View League title for the second year in a row. In the 2014-2015 season, Camarillo’s tennis teams will compete in the Tri-Valley League. Football finished their season with a tough loss to St. Francis in La Canada to be eliminated in the Quarter-finals of the Division 2 CIF Southern Section Playoffs. Cam High ended their season 10-2 losing only to the Golden Knights and Thousand Oaks High. Cam High was undefeated in Pacific View League to win the title with blowout wins over everyone in the league including a beat down of cross-town rival Rio Mesa High, 43-7. “I think we surpassed our season’s expectation with having (coach) Willard leading us in his first year with our team,” said Jonathan Goldstein, senior. Cam High will be moving to the Marmonte League in the 2014-2015 season. Cam High’s cross country teams finished their season strong, winning the Pacific View League title. They were disappointed with their finish in the CIF Prelims, however, as no individuals were able to move onto the next round. ” I felt that they had a fabulous year and their effort in practice was tremendous for their season,” said Coach Mary Perez. Girls volleyball had a rough non-conference stretch, winning 3 of 16 games. In Pacific View League Play, Cam High finished with a record of 7-3 which was good enough to make the CIF Southern Section Division 2 Playoffs. Cam High lost to Valley Christian High at home  in the first round, 3-0, to end their season with a 10-17 record. Fall sports have ended and Winter sports now begin with wrestling, girls water polo, girls & boys basketball, and boys and girls soccer. To see live feeds of games follow @Stinger_Sports on twitter and like the Stinger on Facebook.