Harper is optimistic about his final season with Servite, and thinks the Friars will rebound from last season's 7-13 record. He pointed to the program's success as winners of the OC Fall Brawl championship as a sign of things to come in the 2017 high school season.
The Asylum is back on top, 2016-2017 So Cal Sidelines Orange County Student Section Champions
While it might not be as special of a moment when he walks to the first tee at Pebble as it would have been with Roth by his side, Cantlay said he is still excited to begin this new chapter of his career.
Mercado will be a 3-year Varsity letterman for the Friars by the time he graduates in 2018 after earning a starting spot on Servite's back line as a sophomore. To date, he has played in 46 games tallying 13 goals and three assists while being named 1st Team All-Trinity League.
"My faith is the core pillar in my life. It comes before anything," said Slater. "It's something from a very young age that has given me direction and purpose beyond what I do professionally. It's helped me lead in the home and it's helped me lead on the job."
Xavier Hernandez (Football- Stetson University), Jarrett Wesner (Football-Williams College), Keith Taylor (Football- University of Washington), Mike LaCilento (Football- University of San Diego), Tim Burke (Soccer- Loyola Marymount University), Devin Parker (Soccer- Eastern Oregon University).
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Monday, February 27, 2017
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- Shadow Day