September 19, 2013 |
I don't know what's more entertaining _ watching the Servite student section have fun or watching the football team. Servite's fans, known as the Asylum during the basketball season, are certainly vocal and dress loudly during football games. With all their Hawaiian shirt attire, the students ought to be able to get an endorsement deal from someone. School spirit is certainly alive and well (see video above). Eric.firstname.lastname@example.org
September 7, 2013 |
All the experience quarterback Travis Waller of Servite gained a year ago playing as a sophomore helped him stand out on Friday night, when Servite upset No. 2-ranked Long Beach Poly, 31-24. Waller ran for 176 yards and passed for 144 yards to give first-year Coach A.J. Gass a huge victory. “I am very of proud of the kids. They came out with a plan and executed that plan," Gass said. "They played ferocious on defense and executed extremely well on offense. Waller took the offense on his back and carried us a lot of the way. " Eric.email@example.com
March 4, 2014 |
Loyola advanced to Saturday's Southern Section Division I boys' soccer championship game with a dramatic victory over Servite on penalty kicks. After regulation and overtime ended in a 1-1 tie, Loyola survived a nail-biting penalty kicks battle, 10-9. Each team was perfect on its penalty kicks until Loyola goalie Carl Rubschlager blocked a final penalty kick attempt by Servite for the victory. Also advancing to the final was San Clemente, which defeated Palos Verdes on penalty kicks.
October 12, 2013 |
The largest crowd to see a high school football game in Southern California this season _ 11,352 _ were at Angel Stadium on Friday night to see Mater Dei come away with a 28-21 victory over Servite in a Trinity League opener. The Monarchs provided Coach Bruce Rollinson, in his 25th season, an emotional pregame recognition for his service. The star players really came through to help Mater Dei improve to 6-0. Washington-bound Jonathan Lockett caught six passes for 145 yards and two touchdowns.
October 25, 2013 |
On the final play of the Trinity League game between Orange Lutheran and Servite, quarterback Travis Waller of Servite threw a 40-yard touchdown pass to Equanimeous St. Brown, giving the Friars a stunning 20-19 victory. It was a true Hail Mary pass, and it worked. Eric.firstname.lastname@example.org
April 7, 2014 |
Anaheim Servite isn't going away in the Trinity League baseball race. With Tyler Armour throwing six strong innings, Gabriel Teposte contributing two hits and Connor Clancy getting two RBIs, the Friars (9-5, 3-1) knocked off Santa Ana Mater Dei, 7-1, on Monday. Brandon Moore struck out six in five innings and Jesus Mercado had three hits in St. John Bosco's 6-5 win over Orange Lutheran. Reid Budrovich threw two shutout innings of relief. UCLA-bound Griffin Canning of Santa Margarita handed JSerra its first loss in Trinity League play, pitching the Eagles past the Lions, 4-3. Canning allowed five hits in a complete game.