The Islanders have a tough pre-season schedule, but the squad is aiming for another playoff run under Coach Anthony Ott.
The Coronado High School girls basketball team jump started their season with back-to-back road matchups on Nov. 15 and 16, against Pacific Ridge and Point Loma.
Backed by Coach John Coolidge, the Coronado High School girls basketball program is ramping up for its winter season.
Angel Gomez, who grew up on the island and now studies at Point Loma Nazarene University, is the youngest certified coach for Bowls USA after getting certified before he could even register to vote.
Sophomore quarterback Trey Arnold is earning his stripes with each snap as Coronado transitions to Division III this fall.
The Islander Cross Country program is cooking up something special this year, according to legendary Coach George Green—who’s entering his 33rd year at Coronado High School. Green said the program often is too small to get a large enough group of runners who will be able to compete with bigger high schools. This fall, however, […]
Katleen Dugas, IT’S NEVER 2L8 and PHT & The Honkey Tonk Nights will perform on the 14th fairway for The Coronado Fourth of July concerts.
Maggie Ryan, a Coronado 13-year-old, recently was selected to compete with the USA Water Polo’s 2023 Women’s Cadet National Team, and the Futures International Travel Team; an honor only 32 girls across the country get to have.
The Coronado Lacrosse Club is teaching young girls the game while providing a pipeline of players for the successful high school program.
Coronado’s girls lacrosse team loses in the CIF Open Division semifinals, but the squad is loaded with freshman talent for next year.
Under the lights of Niedermeyer Field at Coronado High School, the girls’ lacrosse team took down the La Jolla Vikings 11-9, in the first round of the CIF San Diego Section Lacrosse Championship on May 11. Entering the match, the Islanders sat at the fourth seed, and squeaked out a gritty win against the fifth-seeded […]
The Coronado High School boys tennis team put four players into the Individual League Championships, but only one player advanced to the quarterfinals.
Coronado High School legend and Olympic athlete Jesse Smith returns to his alma mater to coach the boys and girls programs.
The Coronado High School boys tennis team won its opening playoff match for the CIF Team Tennis Championships on April 18, but lost in quarterfinals to end the season.
The Coronado High School boys tennis team is notably small compared to its competition, but it’s their reliable senior class that has the Islanders finding success year after year. Two notable seniors this year are Jesse Piepenkotter and Alex Nebel.
Coronado High School’s Liam Weaver has established himself as one of the top golfers in San Diego.