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It was Bellarmine's day on Saturday, March 8th, with our basketball and soccer teams capturing Central Coast Section (CCS) Division I championship titles.
The Bells are headed to the Division I CCS Basketball Finals after a thrilling double overtime win over No. 1 seed, San Benito High School on Wednesday, March 5th.
Thanks to a strong defense, Varsity soccer shut Homestead out, 1-0, in Central Coast Section (CCS) semifinal action on March 5th.
Sixteen students and faculty members set off for Los Angeles over winter break, participating in a service and solidarity immersion from February 15-21.
The Varsity Soccer and Wrestling teams were announced as recipients of the Central Coast Section's (CCS) 2014 Winter Season Scholastic Championship Team Awards.
Six members of the Free the Children Club attended the We Day California Launch Event at Burton High School in San Francisco on February 12.
Aashay Patel practices table tennis for two to three hours every day. That hard work, backed up by determination and a love of the game, paid off recently as he earned a berth on the 2014 US Junior Boys National Table Tennis Team.
The Coast Forensic League (CFL) held individual events and debate tournaments over our winter break, keeping Bell participants busy with preparation and competition.
Varsity soccer captured the WCAL championship with a 2-0 win over Archbishop Mitty on Thursday, February 20.
Bellarmine speech and debaters competed in the Coast Forensic League's (CFL) Individual Events and Debate/Congress Tournaments held at Milpitas High School on January 25th and 26th. Ninety-seven Bells participated in individual events on Saturday, followed up by 54 debate participants on Sunday.