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9/27/18 10:48 AM

Championship Summary

At the conclusion of the 2019-20 school year,

Wilson High School has won:

422 - Moore League Championships

64 - CIF Championships

- CIF State Regional Championships

- CIF State Championships

- National Championships

Class of 2020 Athletic Commitments

The Class of 2020 Bruin Athletes listed below have earned the opportunity to play college athletics:


Jacob Ribitzki - Amherst College


Women's Basketball

Nylah Hines - Orange Coast College

Samiya Terry - CSU Monterey Bay


Men's Cross Country and Track and Field

Joseph Espinoza - Minnesota State University, Moorhead



Adrian Tejeda - UC Davis

Logan Ziegenhagen - Redlands


Women's Soccer

Emma Harper - Chapman



Sinclair Lawhorn - Long Beach St.



Karina Stropky - UC Davis



Brett Dowgiewicz - Cal

Peter Sio - Long Beach St.


Men's Swimming

Mazen Abouelela - Manhattan College

Brandon Samaniego - Wyoming


Men's Track and Field

Jordan Weimer - CSU Bakersfield

Jaylen Ferrera - Sacramento St.


Women's Track and Field

Denisse Agredano - CSU Northridge

Ashanti Gaither - San Francisco St.

Rachel Glenn - South Carolina


Women's Volleyball

Gabriella Sonnhalter - UCLA


Men's Water Polo

Ian Escoto - California Baptist

Owen Gurich - Navy

Brett Peoples - Redlands


Women's Water Polo

Maegan Simon - Villanova

Delainey Whelan - Princeton


If you are an incoming freshman (class of 2024), please complete our athletic interest survey if you plan to tryout for sports.


2019-20 CIF Academic Awards

CIF Senior Scholar-Athletes of the Year

Congratulations to seniors Kate Rael and Ryan Leroux who were selected as Wilson High School's CIF Female and Male Student-Athletes of the Year!

CIF Press-Release - 2019-20 Academic Awards

Congratulations as well to the following Wilson High School Varsity Sports Teams who earned honorable mention recognition from the CIF Southern Section for earning a team GPA of above 3.0:

Baseball - 3.61 GPA (5th place)

Boys Basketball - 3.39 GPA

Girls Basketball - 3.46 GPA

Boys Cross-Country - 3.39 GPA

Girls Cross-Country - 3.64 GPA

Football - 3.03 GPA

Boys Golf - 3.41 GPA

Girls Golf - 3.65 GPA

Boys Lacrosse - 3.14 GPA

Girls Lacrosse - 3.59 GPA

Boys Soccer - 3.17 GPA

Girls Soccer - 3.78 GPA (Champions - 1st Place)

Softball - 3.70 GPA (5th Place)

Boys Swimming - 3.61 GPA (4th Place)

Girls Swimming - 3.86 GPA (3rd Place)

Boys Tennis - 3.66 GPA

Girls Tennis - 3.78 GPA

Boys Track and Field - 3.44 GPA

Girls Track and Field - 3.63 GPA

Traditional Competitive Cheer - 3.28 GPA

Boys Volleyball - 3.71 GPA (Champions - 1st Place)

Girls Volleyball - 3.60 GPA

Boys Water Polo - 3.55 GPA

Girls Water Polo - 3.76 GPA (3rd Place)

Boys Wrestling - 3.51 GPA (Champions - 1st Place)

We are proud of our student-athletes for all of their achievements both on the field and in the classroom!

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Athletic Fields, Gym, Pool Schedules

Moore League Schedules

General Athletic Information

1. Physicals and sport packets are required for each sport. The sport physical needs to run through your season of sport. Coaches will hand out packets to athletes or they may be obtained through the front office. If athletes play a second sport in a school year, they will not be required to do another physical but will have to fill out another sport packet. This pertains to school year not summer.


2. Insurance is required during summer and school year. Myers-Stevens insurance can be purchased for a nominal fee. Forms can be obtained from coaches or downloaded from the school website (open athletics).
3. Athletes are required to maintain a 2.0 GPA to stay eligible for sports. EVERY progress report counts. If you drop under a 2.0 at the end of any grading period, you will be put on probation provided you are passing at least 20 units (4 classes). You are required by the end of the next grading period to be above a 2.0. If not, you are ineligible for the rest of the calendar year. You are only allowed to be on probation once every school year. These are Moore League Rules which supersede CIF.
4. CIF is the governing body for high school athletics. If you have questions regarding transfers, special situations, or rules for certain sports refer to the Blue Book. This site also has forms that may be needed.
5. All parents and players will be given a summer sports camp application that must be signed and turned in before an athlete can participate in summer sports.