SCHS GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM STANDINGS BY YEAR

YEAR LEAGUE PLACE SEASON OTHER
RECORD RECORD
MBL North and South Divisions
1974 4-3 First year coach Ray Hunter. No league play
1975 8-0 Champs 11-0 Won Army, Navy, Seaside high tournament

SCCAL
1976 10-0 Champs 12-1

In 1977 FIRST CCS GIRLS PLAYOFFS
1977 9-1 C0-CH/A 13-2 Defeated Aptos in league playoffs.
Won CCS Region IV playoffs 2-0. CCS four team playoff for CCS title 1-1 for third place.

1978` 8-2 Second 12-6
1979 8-2 Second 16-6
1980 8-2 Second 18-8
1981 9-1 CO-CH/ A 16-7 CCS Div. II, 1-1,
1982 10-2 Second 19-7 CCS Div. II, 2-1, Finals
1983 11-1 CO-CH/A 20-5 CCS Division II South playoffs 2-1. Ranked in top ten of CCS

1984 14-0 Champs 25-3 CCS Div. II, 1-1. 22 straight wins
1985 3-9 Sixth 5-13
1986 4-8 Fifth 6-16
1987 5-7 Fourth 7-15
1988 9-4 Second 14-11 CCS Div. III, 1-1
1989 8-4 Third 14-9 CCS Div, III, 0-1
1990 8-4 Second 16-8 CCS Div. III, 0-1

From now on LG will stand for league playoffs
1991 10-2 Second 24-6 LG 2-1. CCS Div III, 1-1
1992 9-3 Second 22-8 LG 3-0. CCS Div III, 1-1
1993 13-1 CO-CH/H 25-3 LG 2-1. CCS Div III, 2-1
1994 6-6 Fourth 13-13
1995 10-2 Champs 21-7 LG 2-0. Second seed, CCS Div. III. 2-1
1996 12-0 Champs 23-5 LG 2-0. CCS Div, III, 1-1
1997 12-0 Champs 26-3 LG 2-0. CCS Div. III, 1-1
1998 10-2 CO-CH/MV 21-6 Beat Monte Vista in playoff to be seeded second in CCS. CCS Div. III, 2-1 Semifinal
JV TEAM WON THEIR TITLE WITH A 23-1 RECORD

1999 Notice that Santa Cruz went from Division III up to Division II in some seasons. It means SC gained enrollment this year, which placed it in a Division with larger schools. Later on enrollment went down, so SC went down to Division IV.

1999 10-2 Champs 23-6 CCS Div. II 1-1. Won Pioneer Tourney
2000 11-1 Champs CHAMPS sixth straight Year
CCS Div. II finals. Went Northern Cal semifinals

2001 11-1 Champs For seventh consecutive year.
2002
2003 9-3 Second 21-9 LG 1-1. CCS Div. III, 1-1
2004 10-2 Second 20-11 LG 1-1. CCS Div, III, 3-1 to finals
2005 8-4 Tied Second 17-13 CCS Div. III, 1-1
2006 13-1 CO-CH/SOQ 28-3 LG 1-1, CCS Div. III, 1-1
2007 8-4 Third 21-13 LG 1-1. CCS Div. IV, 3-1, Finals. NorCal 0-1.
Rated twenty-first of all CCS girls basketball teams

2008 6-6 17-14 LG 1-1, CCS Div. IV, 2-1, Finals NorCal 0-1
2009 10-2 Second 26-4 LG 1-1. CCS Div. IV, Champions 3-0. NorCal 0-1. Won three tourneys: Salinas, West Coast and Mills Classic

2010 10-2 Champs 24-6 CCS Div. IV CHAMPIONS. NorCal 0-1. Fourth straight NorCal appearance. San Jose Mercury ranked SC as the eleventh best team in all of CCS and the best in Santa Cruz, Monterey and San Benito Counties.

2011 8-4 Third 16-8 not counting forfeited games of the second semester,
because a mid-year grad was ineligible

2012 10-2 Co-Champs/Soq 24-4 Defeated Soquel in league playoff to share the title as Co-Champions. SC in CCS Division III received a bye in first game, won the quarterfinal and lost in semifinals to the eventual winner. Won the Gilroy and Watsonville Tournaments.

2013 8-4 Third 17-11 LG 1-1. CCS Div. III 1-1
2014


SCHS GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY TEAM STANDINGS BY YEAR

This was the first year the girls there own team and their own league and did not compete with the boys.

YEAR LEAGUE PLACE SEASON OTHER
DUAL LEAGUE DUAL
RECORD MEET RECORD

SCCAL LEAGUE STARTED
1976 9-1 Second
1977 Undefeated Champs
1978 0-4 Fifth
1979 Third
1980 Fourth
1981
1982 5-1 Second Team placed thirteenth at CCS Div. III finals in the teams first ever appearance
1983
1984 Last
1985 Fourth Lynette Mungai to CCS as an individual
1986 Only two girls on the team. Anna Locks went to CCS Region IV as an individual
1987 Fourth Mungai to CCS for the second time as an individual
1988 0-6 Tied Six last Jennifer Cameron to CCS as an individual
1989 1-5 Fifth First time two girls qualified for the CCS Div. III Finals.Cameron for the second time and Mari Long
1990
1991 3-3 Placed fifth at CCS Division III Sub-Section meet
1992 4-2 Third First time since 1982 the team qualified for CCS Div, III finals
1993 5-1 Second Team place Third at CCS Div. III finals
1994 Second
1995 4-2 Second Team placed tenth at the CCS Div. III finals
1996 Fourth
1997 Fifth
1998
1999
2000
2001 5-5-2 Fourth 12-7-4 Team placed at the CCS Div. III finals
2002 Only two girls came out, so combined with the boys
2003
2004
2005
2006 Team qualified for CCS
2007 7-1 Champs 16-9 Won a playoff against the other 7-1 team to win the title out right and continue on to the CCS Div. II race, 0-1

2008 Team qualified for State
2009 Team took fifteenth at State
2010 Team was in the Div. IV at State

2011 Third Third at the Monterey Bay Invitational and the SCCAL qualifying meet in which five girls finished in the top ten runners
Took fourth place at the CCS Division III meet to qualify for State

2012 5-2 Third Team placed fifth at CCS Div. III
2013 3-3 Fourth Team placed seventh at CCS Div, III
2014


SCHS GIRLS GOLF TEAM STANDINGS BY YEAR

Coach Pete Pappas started the girls playing golf in 2000, when the team played three matches which they won. The following year the girls were in the SCCAL league.

YEAR LEAGUE PLACE SEASON OTHER
RECORD RECORD
SCCAL
2000 won three matches in first year of competition
2001 2-12
2002
2003 9-3 Second
2004 10-2
2005 12-0 Champs Placed sixth at CCS playoffs.
2006 12-0 Champs Top CCS Golf team with a GPA average of 3.9
2007
2008 Beat Harbor twice with one in sudden death. Went to CCS playoffs
2009 9-1 Co-Champs/Harbor Lost to Harbor 199-206 in playoff that kept the team from going to CCS
2011
2012 7-1 Co-Champs/Scotts Valley Lost to Scotts Valley in a playoff to go to CCS
2013 8-0 Champs Not allowed to go to CCS as league had less than six teams
2014


SCHS GIRLS SOCCER TEAM STANDINGS BY YEAR

In 1986 a girls soccer team was organized and played some non-league games. The team placed third in the SCCAL the following year. Starting in 1995 the girls won the league championship and from then on have been a force in the league and the area.

YEAR LEAGUE PLACE SEASON OTHER
RECORD RECORD
1986 The team started playing some games, not in league with no record
1987 Third
1988 7-4-1 tied Second 8-5-1
1989 4-7-1
1990 5-6-1
1991 6-4-0
1992 4-6-2
1993 6-7-1 6-8-2
1994 7-4-1 Third 10-5-1

1995 8-2-2 Champs First time the team played in CCS 0-1 loss on sudden death kicks. Five kickers from each team kick until one team puts most shots in the net. The teams went five rounds still tied. In the sixth round Menlo won.

1996 7-5 Third 9-8
1997 8-4 Second 12-6 CCS Div III 1-1
1998 Third 14-5
1999 8-3-1 Second 12-5-3 CCS Div. III 2-1. Lost in semifinals
2000 10-2 Second 15-3-1 CCS Div. III Champion
2001 5-5-2 Fourth 12-7-4 CCS Div. III 3-1 Finals
2002 8-2-2 Third 16-3-2 CCS Div. III Champions over SLV, 4OT
2003 9-2-1 Champs 16-2-1 CCS Div. III Champions 3-0
2004 4-5-3 Third 6-7-4 CCS Div. III, CCS 0-1
2005 7-2-3 Second 13-5-3 CCS Div. III CCS 1-1
2006 8-3-3 Tie Third 12-5-5 CCS Div.III CCS 1-1
2007 9-0-3 Champs 17-1-5 CCS Div. II Champions
2008 10-0-2 Champs 17-2-3 CCS Div. II Semifinals 1-1
2009 11-0-1 Champs 15-4-5 CCS Div. II Finals
2010 9-1-2 Second 15-3-4 CCS Div. II Semifinals
2011 4-2-4 Fifth 5-8-5
2012 6-3-3 Third 14-5-3 Second seeded in CCS Div. III, CCS 2-1.
Lost in finals by score of 2-1
2013 8-2-2 Champs 13-3-5 CCS D III 1-1. Lost to the champion


SCHS GIRLS SOFTBALL TEAM STANDINGS BY YEAR

YEAR LEAGUE LEAGUE SEASON OTHER
RECORD PLACE RECORD

MBL
1975 7-1 Champs
SCCAL
1976 7-3 Champs
1977 9-1 Champs 14-3 CCS Region IV 2-0 champs. CCS finals
1978 8-2 CO-CH/A
1979 7-3 tie Second 12-4
1980 10-0 Champs 2-1 CCS Region IV 1-1
1981 7-3 Second 16-7 CCS South Div. II, 1-1
1982 11-1 Champs 15-3-1 CCS South Div. II, 0-1
1983 9-3 Second 15-5 CCS 2-1
1984 8-4 tie Second 15-8 Lost to Soquel in league playoffs
1985 8-4 Second 16-8
1986 6-6 tie Fourth
1987 6-6 Fourth
1988 10-2 CO-Ch/SLV 20-7 CCS South Div. II 1-1
1989 10-2 Champs 17-10 CCS South Div. II 1-1
1990 7-5 tie Second 12-11-1
1991 6-6 Fifth 12-12
1992 2-10 Last 7-20
1993 10-4 Third 13-14
1994 9-3 Second 22-11 CCS South Div. II 0-1
1995 11-1 Champs 26-4-1 CCS Div II 0-1. Champs of two tournaments, Del Mar and Miguel Memorial in San Jose

1996 11-1 Champs 20-7 CCS South Div. II 1-1 Won Live Oak Tourney
1997 2-10 Last 4-23 Pitcher Cummings out with bad Shoulder
1998 0-7 Last 2-14 As of April 24
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003 2-10 Sixth 7-15-1
2004 1-11 Seventh 6-17
2005 0-10 Last 4-15
2006 0-10 Last 1-13
2007 4-8 Fifth 6-15
2008 3-9 Sixth 3-12
2009 5-7 Fourth 6-13
2010 1-11 Last 2-16
2011 4-8 Fifth 5-11-1
2012 10-2 TRI-CH/SOQ/SLV 11-12 New coach. Jacelyn Forest All America pitcher, who won the NCAA softball world series for Cal. Turned a long time losing program around in her first season. The team didn’t make the CCS playoffs as the coach spent the practice season working with fundamentals and trying players out. And she did not know about the point system to get into CCS. (she did what she had to do at the beginning)

2013 5-7 Fourth 10-18-1


GIRLS SWIM RECORDS

1993
200 medley relay: Fifth. Nur, Bruland, Smith and Trumm in 1:56.0
200 freestyle: Second. Korte in 1:50.22
400 freestyle: Sixth. Thompson in 1:54.10
200 individual medley: Second. Thompson in 2:01.64
500 freestyle: Second, Thompson in 4:57.27 and fifth Korte in 5:03.58
200 freestyle relay: Second, White, Thompson, Dunlap, Korte in 1:36.48
100 backstroke: none
100 breaststroke: First, Thompson in 1:1:0287
400 freestyle relay: Third, White, Korte, Dunlap, Thompson in 3:34.05
Diving: First, Warner, 365.00 points and third, Holmberg 297.90 points and fifth Dutra 174.05

These times applied at the beginning of May, but in the last list didn’t make the top five.
50 freestyle: Fifth., Korte in 24.04
100 butterfly: Fifth. Korte in 1:0115
100 freestyle: Third, Thompson, 51.85

1994 On December 2, Sentinel girls swimming times for the top five swimmers in each event. Kim Reimann placed in the top five in five events and in all three relay teams. Listed by event, place and time.

Kim Reimann places
200 freestyle, first in 4:58.84.
100 freestyle, second in 56.29
100 backstroke, second in 1:01.67.
200 individual medley, third in 2:20.42.
100 breaststroke, fourth in 1:17.40.

In the relays; 200 medley relay, third with team of Miller, Nagy, Reimann and Cummings
200 free relay: Second, Miller, Nagy, Reimann and Cummings
400 free relay: Second, Cummings, Nagy, Miller and Reimann
Diving: Shumate third, Beach fifth and Evie Smith sixth.

1995 Sentinel stats for girls swimming on December 2.listed by place in rankings, name and best time.
Kim Reimann placed in five individual events and three relay events for a total of eight events all together.
200 freestyle: 1. Reimann, 1:58.84
100 freestyle: 2. Reimann, 56.29
100 backstroke: 2. Reimann, 1:01.67
200 individual medley: 3. Reimann, 2:20.42
100 breaststroke: 4. Reimann, 1:17.40
200 freestyle relay: 2. SC team of Miller, Nagy, Reimann, Cummings, 1:51.26
200 medley relay: 2. SC team of Miller, Nagy, Reimann, Cummings 2:08.48
400 freestyle relay: 2. SC team of Cummings, Nagy, Miller and Reimann 4:03.47
Diving: 3. Beach, 5. Shumate

1996 Sentinel girls swim top five bests times for the season by events. Swimmers listed by place, name and time.

100 FREESTYLE
2. Reimann, 55.98
100 BACKSTROKE
3. Reimann, 1:04.07
200 FREESTYLE
5. Reimann, 2:18.05
500 FREESTYLE
5. Reimann, 5:34.82
200 MEDLEY RELAY
2. SC, 2:06.40
200 FREE RELAY
2. SC, 1:49.37
400 FREE RELAY
2. SC, 4:11.22
DIVING
1. Beach, 232.50
3 Shumate, 208.65

Trident, May 15. 1997 The members of the girls varsity swim team is listed, their events, their best times, plus those who qualified for CCS.
Varsity Girls
200 Medley Relay: Corey Miller, Diana Willis, Molly Devine and Ashley Adams in 2:.09.99 a qualifying time for CCS
200 free: Corey Miller in 2:10.47; Ashley Adams in 2:25.65; Eirin Baires in 2:30.95; Emilie Powell in 2:31.80
200 Individual Medley: Diana Willis in 2:41.67; Clarissa Moore in 2:50.99
50 free: Corey Miller in 27 flat; Ashley Adams in 29.16; Adrienne Cramer in 29.30; Laura Strickland in 30.31; Jamie Langley in 31.65
100 fly: Molly Devine in 1:26.56; Diana Willis in 1:27.25; Laura Strickland in 1:28.04 and Amelia Mitcal in 1:33.36
100 free: Corey Miller in 59.31; Clarissa Moore in 1:04.90
500 free: Eirin Bairse in 5.45; Shana Barton in 7:23; Kate Semas in 6:42.46
200 free relay: Diana Willis, Ashley Adams, Adrienne Cramer and Corey Miller in 1:55.11 a qualifying time for CCS
100 backstroke: Corey Miller in 1:05.58, Molly Devine in 1:20.06, Emilie Powell in 1:21.33, Jamie Langley in 1:27.43
100 Breaststroke: Diana Willis in 1:18.76 and Laura Beach in 1:19.95.

SCHS GIRLS SWIMMING TEAM STANDINGS BY YEAR

YEAR LEAGUE DUAL
MEET MEET
RECORD RECORD OTHER
1974 0-6 FIRST YEAR FOR GIRLS SWIMMING
1975

SCCAL LEAGUE
1976 The first year of the SCCAL
1978 Fifth
1979 Fourth
1980 Fourth 2-2 Four girls qualified for CCS
1981 Third 3-2
1982 Champs 7-0 Region IV of CCS is no longer in affect, but now is included in what is called the Southern Leagues, which are SCCAL, MBL and MTAL

1983 (no playoff information)
1984 Champs undefeated (no playoff information)
1985 Fourth 4-1
1986 Fourth 5-2
1987 Fourth 2-3
1988 Fourth 2-6
1989 near last 1-5
1990 near last 1-4
1991 Fourth 2-2
1992 Third 1-2-1
1993 Third 2-2
1994 Second 3-1
1995 near last 1-3
1996 Second 3-1
1997 2-3
1998 Fourth
1999 Champs 4-0 CCS
2000 Fourth CCS for the second year
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008 Champs
2009 Champs
2010 Champs 6-0 Third straight championship. CCS 0-1
2011
2012 Third 1-4
2013 Third
2014


SCHS GIRLS TENNIS TEAM STANDINGS BY YEAR

YEAR LEAGUE LEAGUE SEASON OTHER
RECORD PLACE RECORD

MBL NORTH
1974 2-5
1975 7-1 tied Second
SCCAL
1976 9-1 Second
1977 8-2 Second
1978 8-2 Second to Aptos Barbara Bernard and Gwyn Adams doubles team to CCS
1979 8-2 Second 10-2
1980 9-1 CO-CH Aptos 14-2 CCS 0-1. Doubles team took third at CCS, highest ever for SC
1981
1982 10-0 Champs Lost in CCS Region IV finals. Lost only three matches all year
1983
1984 CO-CH Aptos
1985 10-0 Champs 16-4 CCS 1-1. Won CCS first round match, first time for boys or girls
1986 10-0 Champs 17-3 CCS 0-1
1987 10-0 Champs CCS 2-1 Semifinals. Highest yet. Doubles team of Kelli Mullen and Hilary Hultzen to semifinals.
1988 10-0 Champs
1989 10-0 Champs
1990 2-8 Last
1991 6-4 Third 6-5
1992 8-2 Second 13-4
1993 8-2 Second 10-2
1994 9-1 CO-CH/A CCS 0-1
1995 9-1 CO-CH/A
1996 4-4 Third
1997 3-7 Fifth
1998 5-5
1999 5-5 Third
2000 9-3 Second CCS 1-1
2001
2002 4-8
2003 4-8
2004
2005
2006
2007 11-1 CO-CH/Aptos Alyssa Roberg played singles at CCS
2008 12-0 Champs Undefeated Second round for the first time at CCS 1-1
2009 4- 4 5-8
2010 3-4 record on October 17
2011 9-3 Third
2012 7-5 Third 8-5
2013 5-4 with three games missing. Could be 6-6. If so the result would be third place


SCHS GIRLS TRACK TEAM STANDINGS BY THE YEAR

YEAR LEAGUE LEAGUE TOTAL
MEET DUAL DUAL OTHER
RECORD Place

1976 Start of the SCCAL LEAGUE, First year of Girls only track. In the resent past girls have
competed with the boys.
SCCAL
1977 Fourth CCS
1978 Second 4-1 CCS
1979 Fourth
1980 Kiwanis Santa Cruz All County Relay meet Santa Cruz came in fourth with 34 points. 1981 Second CCS
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987 Third. CCS Region IV Champions
1988 Fourth. CCS Region IV Champions
1989 CCS Region IV
1990 Third. 6-0 7-0 CCS Region IV Champions, three out of the last four years. 21st Annual Santa Cruz County Relays, first place. Kiwanis Invite at Soquel, second place. Kiwanis at Bellarmine with 70 schools. West Valley Invite, Gilroy Invite.

1991 Second. 5-1 7-1 CCS Reg. IV, Second
1992 Second 4-2 5-1 Northern California Invitational second. Santa Cruz Sprint invitational second, Aptos Invitational second.

1993 Third 4-2 CCS Semifinals
1994 Second. 5-0. First undefeated dual record in 5 years. Won County relay crown.
1995 Fifth 2-2 (missing 2 meets)
1996 Third 1-3
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009 Second
2010 Champions with the boys for the first time ever. First Championship since 1989.
Eleven girls finished at least in second place in two of their events to qualify for the CCS trials

2011 Second 2-2
2012 Second 2-1 Three girls went to CCS meet. Jenny Delucchi to STATE

2013 Second Lost to Aptos by one point, 146.5 to 145.5.
Jenny Delucchi and Katherine Whiting went to STATE


SCHS GIRLS VOLLEY BALL TEAM STANDINGS BY YEAR

YEAR LEAGUE SCCAL SEASON OTHER
DUAL PLACE DUAL
RECORD RECORD

MBL NORTH
1974 5-2 new team
1975 5-3 Third
SCCAL
1976
1977
1978 2-6 Fourth
1979 5-7
1980 10-2 Second
1981
1982 5-7 7-9
1983 6-6 Fourth
1984 8-4 Third
1985 9-3 tied Second
1986 8-4 Third 11-4
1987 7-5 Third
1988 8-4 Third
1989 3-9 Sixth
1990 2-10 Sixth 2-11
1991 8-4 tie Second 12-7 CCS Div. III, 0-1
1992 5-7 Fourth 8-10
1993 5-7 Sixth
1994 6-6 Fourth 17-8 CCS Div. III, 1-1. To quarter-finals.
Farther than any SC team has gone. Second at the SC-Best-of -Five
Classic. At the San Jose Classic placed third of 32 teams.

1995 5-5 tied Third 21-11 CCS Div. III, 1-1. Won own Invitational tourney. Played in three tourneys is the reason for number of contest. Tourney games only play two sets instead of 3

1996 5-7 Fourth 13-16 CCS Div. III, 0-1 Was seeded tenth.
1997 4-5 three matches left Third 16-15 CCS Div. III, 0-1. Fourth CCS playoff appearance in a row. Second place at SC Invitational

1998 11-3 tied Second 23-9 School record of matches won. Ranked fourth in Monterey Bay Area. ( Three leagues, SCCAL, MBL, MTAL)

1999 7-7 Fourth 23-12 CCS Div. III, 0-1. Seeded seventh
2000 tied Fourth 25-12 Won Santa Paula Tourney. 15-1 preseason
2001 Won three tournaments, including the SC Invitational

2002 14-0 Champs 31-7 CCS Div. III, semifinals. First time this far
2003 8-4 Third 13-9 CCS Div. III, 1-1
2004 8-4 Third 23-12 CCS Div. III, 2-1 semifinals.
2005 2-10 Last 6-18
2006 11-5 Third 16-10 CCS Div. III, 0-1
2007 3-9 Sixth 4-16
2008 4-10 Sixth 7-15 League playoff, 0-1
2009 3-11 Sixth 3-13 League playoff, 0-1
2010 5-9 Fifth 8-16
2011 6-8 Fourth 12-19
2012 7-7 Fourth 14-16 CCS Div. III, 0-1
2013 5-9 Fifth 12-19


SCHS GIRLS WATER POLO TEAM STANDINGS BY YEAR

YEAR LEAGUE PLACE SEASON OTHER
RECORD RECORD

1995 Played a short schedule as a club sport. Some girls have been playing on the boys team

SCCAL LEAGUE
1996 7-5 9-8
1997 11-1 Champs 13-2 CCS 1-1 semifinals
1998 Fourth
1999 Second 17-11 Twelfth seed at CCS
2000 9-3 Second 17-8 Twelfth seed at CCS Second in CCS grades 3.82 GPA

2001 Second Twelfth seed at CCS. Fourth time in row to CCS. At the Clovis meet was eighth out of 32 teams. Won their division at the Willow Glen Scramble.
At Valley Christian tourney placed fifth out of 16 teams.

2002
2003 Third Had 35 players turn out for a 35 game schedule
2004
2005 6-4 Tie Second 15-16 League tournament 2-1. CCS Division II
Team was tops in CCS water polo with the top GPA

2006 11-5 Champs 16-10 Beat Soquel for the first time. Second year in a row the team was tops in CCS water polo with a GPA of 3.84

2007 7-1 Champs 16-9 League playoff 2-0 for title out right. CCS D II 0-1

2008 8-0 Co-Ch/Soquel 22-6 Best team ever. Lost in league playoff to Soquel for Co-Champs. CCS Div. II, 1-1. Won Monterey Tourney.

2009 4-4 Third 11-6 League playoffs 0-1

2010 8-0 Co-Ch/Soquel 20-5 Lost to Soquel in league playoffs to share the title. Fourth title in five years. CCS Quarterfinals

2011 5-3 Co-Ch/ SLV 13-8 Won league playoff to be CO-Champs with SLV. CCS Division II, 0-1. Five Titles in six years

2012 3-11 Seventh 11-17 New league combining the MBL and SCCAL into two leagues based on the caliber of the teams. This first year for girls didn’t go well for SC as it was put into the top league called the Tri County Mountain Division. Next year SC will move down to the lower league called the Tri County Pacific division.

2013 12-0 Champs 16-3 By winning this year, SC will move back up to the Mountain Division

2014 5-7 10-8 This year in the top league Mountain Division.
League playoff 1-1