The Lady Rams started off their Fall 2017 volleyball season with a win against Cornerstone Christian High School (Antioch) 3-0. With some new faces on the varsity team, the team is looking to build stronger chemistry with each other in this new season. The team enjoyed the great cro
The girls volleyball teams are off to a good start with a 4-1 record and winning their first league game of the season vs. St. Elizabeth. League play continues over the next few weeks as the girls varsity team seeks to continue to grow together despite being a fairly young team. The
The varsity girls volleyball team is heading to the playoffs again after completing their league season with a 6-6 record and an overall record of 15-9. The 1st round of the playoffs will be on Tuesday, Nov. 3 with time and opponent to be determined. Come and cheer the team on as they
The JV girls volleyball program is having a great season. The team is comprised of 3 freshmen, 5 sophomores, and 3 juniors. They have bonded well over the season and have compiled an overall record of 18-4. The girls will be playing in a JV Jamboree tournament this Saturday, October 3
Mr. Darrell Yee (CCHS Alumni and current CCHS Teacher) has led the Boys soccer team back into the BCL playoffs. They will be taking on the tough Making Waves Academy team on Wednesday, October 28 at MLK Park in Richmond. The team has really learned and grown a lot this season!
The varsity girls volleyball team has demonstrated that there is no quit in their game. The team dropped the first 2 games versus St. Elizabeth before coming back to win the next 3 games securing a 3-2 victory.
The Boys soccer team secured a shutout 3-0 victory versus Fremont Christian on 9/16. CCHS Junior Stanley Lam scored a hat trick (3 goals) and the team was backed by solid defense led by Edward Wu and David Xu and Goalie Bryan Jeong.
The boy’s soccer team had another exciting game on Thursday vs. Mid-Peninsula HS. After securing a 2-0 lead in the first half, the team gave up 4 unanswered goals in the 2nd half before scoring again. The final score ended with a 5-4 lose despite 3 goals from Edward Wu and a g
The Boys Soccer team started the season with a 4-4 tie vs. Emery High School. Down 4-3 with a minute left, the RAMS scored the game tying goal. We look forward to a very exciting season from the Boys Soccer team!!