Point Loma Boys Varsity Baseball

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PLHS Baseball Wins Prestigious Lions Tournament

Point Loma High School’s Varsity Baseball program won the extremely prestigious 2019 Lions Tournament. This tournament has over 150 teams and is the biggest high school tournament in the nation. The Pointers actually had to win 5 games in 4 days in order to accomplish this HUGE feat. WAY TO GO POINTERS!

Pointers Baseball Undefeated in League

The Point Loma High School Varsity Baseball team is on a roll! With an undefeated League record of (5-0-1), the team is hoping to bring home the championship this year. The team’s overall record is currently at (13-4-2) The Pointers beat Mira Mesa on 4/11/19 with an amazing score of (10-4) . Their next game

PLHS Baseball Pancake Breakfast

Pancake Breakfast Saturday January 12, 2019 7:30am-10:00am St. Agnes Hall 1140 Evergreen Street 92106 $5 per person  Includes: Pancakes, Sausage, Juice and Coffee Donut Bar and additional Pancake Toppings extra Logo Wear for Sale! For tickets, questions, or to donate, please contact Nazare’ Judd at PLHSBaseballBooster@gmail.com  

Jeff Solis Named New Varsity Baseball Coach

(Article is from “The Beacon” – written by Scott Hopkins) When returning baseball players at Point Loma High School gather for their first meeting before preparing for the 2019 season, their new varsity head coach will not have to introduce himself. That’s because new field boss Jeff Solis has already coached every one of the returning players

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