Gaucho Sports Now – Release 2 (2022-2023)

The fall season is quickly coming to an end. With the winter season just around the corner, this is our last fall sports update of this year. Let’s get cracking!


The Golf Team had some great victories this season, with very few losses overall. Unfortunately,  at the last game of the season, the team wasn’t able to come home with a victory and lost to Justin Siena High School in Napa, Calif. “The season was amazing. I made some great friends this year and made some great connections outside of school,” said Cara Broadhead, a member of the team. They ended the season tied for second place in the league with Vintage High School. This year, Broadhead qualified for NCS and placed second as an individual in her league. Broadhead and senior Jamie Lash both received VVAL league honors as well. “It was cool and fun to find out where I stood in the league,” Broadhead added.


This season, the football team sadly walked away with many losses under their belt. At the most recent game, the score was practically neck-in-neck, but the team lost 22-23 at American Canyon High School. However, many students and football players are hoping to end the season with a win at the upcoming Egg Bowl this weekend against Petaluma High School. Right now, the Gauchos are 4-4 and Petaluma is 7-1. Wyatt Abramson, who is a senior and football player for Casa, noted, “It was a good season; not what we exactly wanted but still fun.” Abramson also expressed his eagerness for the blowout game. ”I’m excited about [the] Egg Bowl and it’s nice that its held at home this year,” Abramson said.


This season for the players on the volleyball team had both its ups and downs. The team regrettably lost 24 out of 26 total games of the whole season. The Gauchos worked hard this season on every game, and one of the most memorable moments for the varsity team was beating Napa HIgh School. Yuna Mendoza, Casa Junior and 1st year varsity team player remarked, “Even though we had many downs as a team, we all bonded and felt like sisters at the end of the day.”