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TRAINING SESSIONS INFO

TRAINING WILL BEGIN TUESDAY 9/10/19 MEET AT SOFTBALL FIELD IN BACK ONCE AGAIN IF YOU ARE NOT CLEARED YOU CANNOT BE OUT THERE TILL YOU GET IT DONE. WATER JUG, CLEATS, SHIN GUARDS ARE MANDATORY AT ALL TIMES.  3:15 TO 5:15 TUES-THURS  BASED ON SPACE WE WILL BE MOVING AROUND SO DOWNLOAD REMIND APP TO

Player of the Week Spotlight!

Congratulations to Trinity Hernandez for being voted Athlete of the Week! Trinity had the most votes totaling in at 90! From her Golf Coach, Coach Anziano, “Trinity has her golf game dialed in but is constantly fine tuning her swing and making adjustments reminiscent of collegiate and professional athletes. She consistently remained right around par,

Winter Athletic Clearances

Attention all winter sport athletes! Now is a great time to stop by (before school starts, lunchtime, or after school) the Athletics Office to be cleared for winter sports. Our coaching staff has been informed that all athletes must be registered through AthleticClearance.com and once that is done, you will need to see Mr. Romo

Attention Knights! Let your voices be heard, please vote for our Player of the Week.

Just posted on the Athletic Twitter account (@AthleticsSHHS) is our Player of the Week nominations. Vote for who you think deserves Shadow Hills School’s Athlete of the Week! Girls Golf Trinity Hernandez Trinity has her golf game dialed in but is constantly fine tuning her swing and making adjustments reminiscent of collegiate and professional athletes. She

BOYS CROSS COUNTRY: Dual in the Desert, Results

Shadow Hills hosted Indio in the first annual Dual in the Desert, protecting their home course and defeated the Rajahs 23-38. The Knights took 8 of the first 10 places, led by Tommy McDonald (2nd), Cesar Tapia (3rd), Ramon Lopez (5th), Juanpablo Molina (6th), and Jaiden Huff (7th). Shadow Hills travels to the Rose Bowl

GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY: Dual in the Desert, Results

Shadow Hills swept the first 5 places, freshman Sophia Biesinger broke Nyah Chavez’s campus course record, and the Lady Knights beat the Lady Rajahs 15-48. This was the first dual meet ever hosted on our campus. Biesinger finished with a winning 2 mile time of 12:28, followed by Nicole Renteria, Peyton Quezada, Delanie Quezada, and