In a series of firsts, Archer School For Girls won its first ever CIF volleyball championship and one student became the first to sign a letter of intent for swimming.
The Archer School for Girls celebrated its championship volleyball team on Feb. 8, with the unveiling of Archer’s CIF-SS Championship banner, the first in the school’s 23-year history.
All students, faculty and staff were invited to celebrate the 2017 Archer CIF-SS Division 7 Championship volleyball team’s historic accomplishment. Prior to the banner unveiling, two senior student athletes, volleyball standout Locke Luhnow and swimming sensation Saskia Wong-Smith, made their commitments to compete in college.
Luhnow signed her letter of intent to play volleyball at Trinity College in Hartford, CT, while Wong-Smith signed her letter to swim at Bates College in Lewiston, ME.