Jaguar Athletics

dTHS Athletics Game Results - Monday, December 10

Girls Varsity Soccer wins their fourth in a row, beats New Roads 2-0

Girls Varsity Soccer (4-1 overall)

de Toledo 2 - New Roads 0

The Jaguars scored their fourth win in a row, beating New Roads in a rescheduled game. de Toledo was slated to host the rained out game, but was willing to go out to Santa Monica for the postponed non-league game. The change of the game site did not stir the Jaguars, as they maintained control throughout the match. Maya Hayun, who put up four goals in the team’s previous game, built off of her output from last game, as she scored two more goals on the night. Hayun’s first goal came in the 16th minute of the game off of a pass by Chelsey Silverman. Her follow-up came late in the second half in the 77th minute, set up by Tatiana Cait, the same player who set her up four times in the previous game. Hayun now has an even ten goals on the season. Ellie Stallman was named Player of the Game for her defensive prowess in making sure that no one got behind her for easy attempts.

Girls Varsity Basketball (0-9 overall, 0-2 league)

de Toledo 8 - Santa Clarita Christian 60

de Toledo started the game slowly, but picked up the pace in the second half, in particular on the defensive end. Santa Clarita Christian scored 40 points in the first half, but were limited to only 20 in the second half, including a meager two points in the fourth quarter. The Jaguars were able to suffocate the Cardinals with their team help defense, as the team clamped down on all temporary openings. Lulu Marsh contributed to the ironclad defense with her high energy on that end, as well as led the team with five points. Maia Chameides played aggressively in the post, forcing Santa Clarita Christian to foul her to prevent easy buckets.
Located in the San Fernando Valley portion of the City of Los Angeles in Northern Los Angeles County. de Toledo High School is accredited by the California Association of Independent Schools (CAIS), the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) and Builders of Jewish Education (BJE,) and financially supported by the Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles and the Jim Joseph Foundation.