Weekly Spring Sports Recap: April 4-10

Spring Sports are in swing with the baseball team currently sitting at 10-2.

Men’s Lacrosse

Jesuit won their sole contest 14-2 vs Lakeridge high school last saturday. The Crusaders were led by sophomore Porter Malkiel and junior Jack Duncan Bloom who both notched 4 goals. They next face Lake Oswego. 

All goalscorers from the game vs Lakeridge below:

SOPH P. Malkiel– 4 goals

JR J. Duncan Bloom– 4 goals

SR B. Smith– 2 goals

JR G. Pope– 1 goals

JR B. Lewis– 1 goal

SR M. Rincon– 1 goal

SOPH C. Buck– 1 goal

Women’s Lacrosse

Last Wednesday the women’s lacrosse team narrowly beat out rivals West Linn 10-9. The team was led by juniors Sophie Pitelli who had 2 goals and Piper Daskalos who had 3 goals. The Crusaders followed up that impressive win with another tough win over Lincoln. Jesuit won 13-8 behind notable performances from freshman Quinn Handley who had 3 goals and Daskalos with 3 of her own. Those wins put Jesuit at 7-0 on the season, with their next matchup versus Newberg at 6pm, Wednesday night. 


On Monday, the Crusaders looked to rebound from a 5-9 loss to Central Catholic against Sunset. It wasn’t in the cards for the Green and Gold as they lost the opening game of their league series versus Sunset 1-5. Jesuit bounced back to win Wednesday and Thursday with back to back 10-0 wins. 

Up next: Jesuit faces Southridge next week Monday away, Wednesday at home and again Thursday away as they look to build some momentum in league play. 



Jesuit continued it’s winning start to the season on Monday where the Crusaders faced a tough squad out of Sheldon. The Saders won the game 5-4 and continued the form a few days later when they handled West Linn winning 7-0 at home. 

Up next: the Crusaders is a three day game week with non-league ties versus Tigard and McMinville on Monday and Wednesday, and then open up league play against Southridge on Thursday. 


Men’s Track and Field

Jesuit men’s and women’s track and field teams absolutely dominated at home Wednesday afternoon. Some standout times from the contest are below via ()

100M: SR Marcus Johnson (11.13)

200M: SR Marcus Johnson (23.08)

400M: FR Coen Strub (53.14)

800M: SR Dominic Ricci (1:57.57)

4x400M: L. Lagesen, M. Johnson, C. Strub, M. Baricevic (3:39.42)

Shot Put: JR Coleman Lux (46’6.75)

High Jump: SR Xavier Martin (5’10)

Triple Jump: SOPH T. Curvy (39’4)

Women’s Track and Field

100M: SR Megan Cosper (12.95)

200M: SR Madison Hawkins (26.57)

100M Hurdles: JR Catie Dice (18.51)

1500M: SOPH Liliana Hudnut (5:06.22)

Javelin: SR Elizabeth Schoen (101’11)

Pole Vault: SOPH Elle Genor (7’0)

Triple Jump: SOPH Madelyn Crace (32’11)


Men’s Tennis 

Jesuit faced off again Beaverton this past week winning their matches 7-1. The Crusader’s #1 player, Siddarth Chava lost to Beaverton’s #1 in a matchup that could have gone both ways. Jesuit attempts to keep their winning streak going in a big contest versus Sunset, April 13 on the Apollos’ homecourt. 


Women’s Tennis

The women’s team started their season with a swift 8-0 win against Beaverton. The team followed the impressive performance with another 8-0 victory this time versus Lincoln. 

Men’s Golf

Currently joint-first placed in the Metro League, the Crusaders placed second in their contest against Sunset, Beaverton and Westview on thunderous day at Quail Valley. The Crusaders will come up against those same schools next Monday at Forest Hills Golf Club. 

Scores below:

SR M. Eastman– 73

SR E. Krause– 76

JR M. Kang– 80

FR J. Harrington– 80

SOPH M. Zimmerman– 83

Over the weekend, the Crusaders places second to Summit High School by one stroke. 

Scores below:

SR M. Eastman– 73

FR J. Ulrich– 75

SOPH M. Zimmerman– 76

FR J. Harrington– 79

SR E. Krause– 83


Women’s Golf

Jesuit’s women’s golf team won at Quail Valley last week in Banks, OR versus Mountainside, Sunset, Southridge and Westview. 

Scores below:

SR B. Milne– 75

JR A. Poulin– 76

FR K. Lee– 77

JR Q. Burke– 87

SR Z. Park– 92