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Sports Calendar – Feb. 24-29, 2020

Sports schedule for the Coronado High School Islanders and Coronado Middle School Tritons.Coronado School Sports
February 24-29, 2020

DAYDateTEAMOPPONENTSITEGAME
Mon24-FebJV BaseballHelixCoronado3:00
Var BaseballHelixHelix3:00
GolfScripps RanchCoronado3:00
Tue25-FebVar SoftballSouthwestSouthwest3:00
GolfRancho BernardoCoronado3:00
Var Girls B-ballCIFTBA7:00
Var Boys B-ballEastlake-CIFCoronado7:00
Wed26-FebJV BaseballEastlakeEastlake3:00
Var BaseballEastlakeCoronado3:00
GolfFrancis ParkerRiverwalk3:00
JV VolleyballFallbrookCoronado4:00
Var VolleyballFallbrookCoronado5:00
Var Men’s LacrosseRB (Scrim)Coronado7:00
Var Girls SocOtay Ranch-CIFCoronado5:00
Thur27-FebVar SoftballSantanaSantana3:00
Var TennisVincent MemorialCoronado3:00
GolfRancho BernardoBHCC3:15
Var Boys B-ballCIF FinalsMontgomery7:00
Fri28-FebJV BaseballGrossmontCoronado3:00
Var BaseballGrossmontGrossmont3:00
Var VolleyballTBA-TourneySweetwaterTBA
Sat29-FebVar VolleyballTBA-TourneySweetwaterTBA
Var Girls SocCIF FinalsMission Bay11:00 AM
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