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Bell Game Victory!

Congratulations to the Varsity Football team for their 41 - 15 victory over SSFHS in the Bell Game!  The Bell trophy has returned to ECHS!

Varsity girls advance!!!!

Congratulations to our Girls Varsity Volleyball Team and Coach Madayag for their amazing season!   

Girls Volleyball - Junior Varsity Champs!!

Congratulations to Coach Madayag and our Junior Varsity Girls Volleyball Team for finishing in first place with an overall league record of 13-1.  This is the second year in a row, in which the Lady Colts have finish in first place in league play.  The future definitely looks promising.  Great Job Ladies!!!!!

Girls Volleyball Victorious!

Congratulations to Coach Madayag and both the JV and Varsity Girl's Volleyball teams for their superb effort beating rival South San Francisco High School during Thursday's away contest.  Both our teams showed great enthusiasm, poise, and great sportsmanship while not losing a set on either levels (JV Score 2-0, Varsity Score 3-0).  Varsity is making a push in the league standings while the JV team remains undefeated and in sole possession of 1st place in the Peninsula Athletic League Ocean Division.  Keep it up Ladies!!!!

girls volleyball picture

girls volleyball

Now showing in the Glass Case


Congratulations ECHS Football!

ECHS defeated San Mateo 20-19 on the final play of the game!

Read the SMDJ article here.

Senior Jonas Junio named Athlete of the Week.

Annual Glove Game - VICTORIOUS!

Congratulations to Head Coach Kevin McGovern, Assistant Coach Vince Lopiccolo, and the varsity baseball team for their winning efforts at Thursday afternoon's Annual Glove Game vs. rival South San Francisco High School.  A great showing from starting pitcher, junior Levi Stubbles who pitched a solid 6 innings with both senior Uriel Prieto & junior Matthew Dayao driving in one run each.  The final score of the contests was the COLTS - 2, Warriors -1.  Great Job Boys!!!  

SMDJ Athlete of the Week

Congratulations to Nick Tan for being selected the San Mateo Daily Journal Athlete of the Week.  Click here to read the article.

Ghost Ship victim honored

Ghost Ship victim honored by SSF and EC softball

Read the San Mateo Daily Journal article here

Attention Student Athletes

Attention Student Athletes don't pass up on an opportunity for a scholarship for college. The Athletic Department has two College Scholarships to offer. The first scholarship is the Tenerowicz Scholarship. This scholarship is given to a graduating senior athlete by the Tenerowicz brothers in memory of their brother Jim. The Tenerowicz’s were a family of 4 brothers who attended El Camino from 1966 through 1980, Jim being the Valedictorian of the class of 1970. All four brothers were Captains of the varsity football team, and they all wrestled, and played baseball. All four brothers received the coveted blanket award. All four brothers continued their education at UC Davis while playing intercollegiate athletics.
Each year El Camino High School will award the Tenerowicz Scholarship to a graduating senior. The following criteria must be met:

#1 Student must be college bound

#2 Student maintained a 2.0 GPA for four years.

#3 Student displayed good citizenship for four years.

#4 Student made an athletic contribution for four years.

#5 Student embodies those values the Tenerowicz Brothers displayed: namely, competitiveness, good sportsmanship, hustle, and enthusiasm.


Click here for the Tenerowicz Scholarship form.

The second scholarship is the Nadeau Scholarship. The criteria to be eligible is as follows:
Doctor Nadeau donated his services for years as an athletic trainer/Doctor for El Camino for many years in the 1970’s though the late 1980’s. He was a kind caring man who donated much of services to El Camino student/athletes a no cost. This scholarship is in honor of Dr. Nadeau and should represent someone who gives back to the program more than they take.
To qualify for a Nadeau Scholarship student/athletes must have the following: a 2.75 G.P.A.; and been on an athletic team at least once a year for three years with two years at the varsity level. Applicants are to submit a one-page (maximum) essay on “What the Nadeau Scholarship Means to Me.


Click here for the Nadeau Scholarship form.

Students please download and print and complete all forms to be eligible for either scholarship. You may put in for both scholarships. Please see Coach Jake or Coach Cos for more information.

Winter Sports All League



Keiara Leveroni                                  First Team

Destiny Thomas                                 Second Team

Jasmin Pon                                         Honorable Mention

Isabel Cansanay                                  Honorable Mention



Mathew Embry                                   Second Team

Andrew Triunfo                                  Honorable Mention



Katrina Navarro                                  First Team

Jennis Eastwood                                 First Team

Shireen Charalaghi                             First Team

Molly Moock                                      Second Team

Lucy Moock                                       Second Team

Andrea Moreno                                  Second Team

Mayel Pacheco                                   Honorable Mention

Anastasia Dominguez                        Honorable Mention



Silvano Rodriguez                              First Team

Leo Avila                                            Second Team

Joel Villalpando                                 Honorable Mention



Luis Angel Vasquez                           Second Team

Dale Bolus                                          Honorable Mention

Noah Pedraza                                      Honorable Mention

Omar Valdez                                      Honorable Mention

Gion Seisa                                          Honorable Mention



Jorean Mendoza                                 First Team

Trinity Diokno                                    Second Team

Sidney Brooks                                     Honorable Mention

Peninsula Athletic League 


Congratulations to Coach Manny Cotla and the Varsity Girls Soccer Team for finishing the season in 1st Place in the Peninsula Athletic League Ocean Division with an overall league record of 8 wins, 3 losses, and 1 tie.  It is the first championship in girls soccer history since the 2005-2006 season, when we first competed in the PAL. Placing top in our division, our girls gain an automatic bid into the Central Coast Section Playoffs (details to follow after the CCS seeding meeting this weekend).  In addition to the Varsity girls, our Junior Varsity team also finished in 1st place, with an undefeated league record in their respective division as well.  A special thanks to Coach Manny Cotla and Junior Varsity Head Coach Rick Eastwood for their dedication to the girls soccer program.  Job well done!!!

Fall Sports All League

Congratulations to our El Camino Fall Sport All League recipients.





James Lang                             Senior




Raiselle Kyaw                          Frosh

Sophia Clemente                    Soph

 Taylor Yee                             Senior

Congrats to our Cross Country Team!

EL Camino Cross Country CCS Finalist update:


Our cross country CCS finalists ran a tough course on Saturday in Salinas. Although we did not have anyone qualify for State finals this weekend many of our runners had a personal record on the course and James Lang finished 12th and was just 9 seconds from the last qualifier for the Division 3 Boys race. 

Thank you for a great season Colts.



Congratulations to our girls JV Volleyball. They finished the season 13-0 as the undefeated JV Champions. Our Lady Colts sure are impressive!!

A shout out to our El Camino Football team. Wow, what a game! The message below from Coach Jacobson says it all:


I am so proud of my team for the effort they put forth last Thursday night. The Colts led the PAL Lake undefeated Champions 14-3 at the half. The teams went back and forth and with 3 minutes left in the game Jefferson led by 3 points 24-21. The Colts moved down for the win but had to settle for a 32 yard game tying field goal. The Colts took the Champs to Overtime, and fell just short 27-24. It was a hard fought and a hard hitting overall great football game. The Colts played as a team and showed tremendous heart.  I am beyond proud of how they competed, and the effort they gave. We may have fell 3 points short but we felt like winners and gained the respect of the 2017 PAL Lake Champs the Jefferson Grizzlies. I don't think I've ever been more proud of a team in my 28 years here at El Camino. After losing the Bell Game last week they could have packed it in, and gave up. They went out there against a very good team and gave it everything they had and stood toe to toe with the Grizzles for 4 quarters, and in Overtime.-- COLT PRIDE