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Varsity wrestling earned top honors in the Central Coast Section's (CCS) 2016 Winter Season Scholastic Championship Team Awards.
Seniors Ayan Bandyopadhyay and Anin Sayana were recently identified as semifinalists in the Intel Science Talent Search (STS). The competition, which encourages students to take on challenging scientific questions as a means toward developing the skills that will be needed to solve the problems of tomorrow, is considered the nation’s most prestigious pre-college science competition.
Nine varsity football players were named to All-Mercury News teams, including Kyle Macauley, Cade Hall and Jacob Bergstrom who received First Team honors. Coach Mike Janda was honored as the Mercury News Coach of the Year.
Ryan Werner '16 was named Central Coast Section (CCS) water polo player of the year, which also makes him the Mercury News' player of the year.
The Cheesy Poofs Robotics Team 254C advanced to the state tournament with a win at the Fifth Annual Central Valley Nothing But Net VEX competition on December 5. The Bells sent three teams to the competition which was held at Modesto Junior College.
The West Catholic Athletic League recently announced All League Teams for the fall sports of cross country, football and water polo.
Through the generosity of our students, parents, faculty and staff, the Bellarmine Winter Warmth Drive yielded two truck loads of blankets and cold weather clothing for HomeFirst and Sacred Heart Community Service.
The 2015 cross country season came to a very successful close with a first place finish in the Division 1 Central Coast Section Championships and a sixth place finish in the Division 1 California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) State Championships.
Director Peter Canavese has announced the cast list for our winter musical, Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson.
Bells cross country swept the league season, earning West Catholic Athletic League (WCAL) championship titles at all four divisions for the eighth consecutive year.