Point Loma Boys Junior Varsity Soccer

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Boys Soccer Beats Coronado (3-1)

PLHS Boys’ Varsity Soccer advances to (1-0) in the League as they defeat Coronado (3-1) on 1/10/19. Next game is Tuesday 1/15/19 at 6:30pm at Cathedral Catholic High School. GO POINTERS!

Boys Soccer Game on 12/11/18 Recap (Written by Michelle Avina)

This 2018-2019 men’s soccer season is led by coach Elliot Savitz, and they currently hold an undefeated record of 3-0-2. On December 11th, Pointers took another win against Crawford High School. It was a tight game against the Colts who hold a record of 7-2. Throughout the game, both teams held an even split of

Boys Soccer With Back-to-Back Wins

Boys Varsity Soccer beats University City and Calexico High School! Come watch the boys play at home this Thursday 12/6/18. Go Pointers!

Boys Soccer Parent Meeting

Mandatory Parent Meeting with Coaches and Board Members Thursday 11/15/2018 @ 6 pm PLHS, Room 857

2018-2019 Boys Soccer Tryouts

Boys Soccer Try-Out Information:  Nov. 5, 7, 8 (3:30-5:30pm) @ PLHS main field Nov. 6, 9 (2:30-4:30pm) @ PLHS main field

Boys Soccer Looks to Defend CIF Title

Point Loma High School’s Boys Soccer team is getting ready to defend their CIF title in the 2018-2019 Winter season. Get ready to come out and support the Pointers!

Protect Our Pointers

The Protect Our Pointers (POP) Committee leads the fundraising efforts to support and staff the PLHS Athletics Training Department with a Certified Athletic Trainer (ATC), while also supporting an awareness program that changes the culture of safety in sports through the empowerment of all Pointers. Since January of 2011, PLHS has funded a Certified Athletic

Our Athletic Trainer

Point Loma High School Welcomes New Head Athletic Trainer: Isaiah Yoder Isaiah was born and raised in Salem, Oregon and is a graduate from PLNU with a passion for sports and injury prevention. He played basketball and baseball through high school but missed his Sophomore and Junior years due to multiple ACL tears. Isaiah loves his