Athletics At Webb
Webb is a Team Sport
The Webb Schools offer a competitive interscholastic athletic program for students of all skill levels with 42 teams participating in 15 sports. As one of the most competitive schools in its league and division, Webb traditionally qualifies teams and individuals to post season competition. Webb teams own 131 league titles and 3 CIF titles.
The Gauls compete in the California Interscholastic Athletic Association (CIF). Our athletic program is built on the school’s core value of honor. It promotes character, self-confidence and a sense of commitment that inspires student athletes to become leaders throughout their lives.
Both VWS and WSC soccer programs have three recent League Championships.
WSC cross country has 9 League Championships & VWS has 7 League Championships.
VWS and WSC volleyball won their first League Championships in 2019; VWS repeated in 2020.
10 Webb Teams competed in CIF Finals, 3 Teams captured CIF Championships.
WSC baseball has three League Championships & VWS softball has four.
WSC football has one League Championship.
VWS water polo has one League Championship & WSC has two.
VWS tennis and WSC tennis have three League Championships each.
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McCarthy Fitness Center
The state-of-the-art McCarthy Fitness Center is equipped with everything an athlete needs to stay in top form. It includes free weights, weight machines, cardio-equipment, a dance studio and yoga space. It is available throughout the day and evening for students, faculty and staff.
Les Perry Gymnasium
Our Les Perry Gymnasium, at the top of the hill, is home to our volleyball, basketball, wrestling and badminton programs. It doubles as a place for all-school assemblies and other student-leadership-led events like Webb Days and Theme Nights.
Barbara Mott McCarthy Aquatics Center
The Barbara Mott McMarthy Aquatics Center can be enjoyed year around at Webb. The Center is home to our water polo, swimming and diving programs. The pool is often open for students, campus residents and Webb community members for weekend recreation and open swim times monitored by highly-trained lifeguards.
Beneath the majestic foothills, Chandler Field is home to both our boys’ soccer and baseball programs. The field is regularly used for outdoor classroom space and for school events like Webb Days and Alumni Weekend celebrations.
Mary Stuart Rogers Sports Center
Overlooking the entire valley, the Mary Stuart Rogers Sports Center is home to our WSC football program, VWS soccer and other school activities. It is fitted with all-weather track, used by our track & field programs.
Our Faculty Field supports our football and soccer programs and other all-school events throughout the year. During Webb Days, Faculty Field might be home to class-led flag football or a spirited tug of war!
"Playing on the volleyball team teaches every team member how to be a team and how to support one another."
Favorite Thing At Webb: I enjoy the sense of teamwork that every individual brings.
Athletics At Webb
All students are welcome to continue a sport they are passionate about, or try a new one at Webb. There are three sports seasons each year–fall, winter and spring. Tryouts vary by sport and are generally used for placement on varsity and junior varsity teams.
Yes—in fact, we encourage it! Learning to play a sport not only builds strength, skills, and confidence, it helps you discover your unbounded potential for successfully meeting new challenges.
Teams typically meet for two hours of practice on weekday afternoons, meaning you’ll benefit from physical activity almost every school day. Depending on the sport, games, matches and tournaments take place in late afternoon, evenings and weekends.
In-person sessions are optional and intended to supplement our online afternoon program, not supplant it. All students will still be meeting together online each week and students not able to attend in person will be given equivalent workouts they can do in order to advance and maintain their fitness in anticipation of a potential return to competition.
Current guidelines do not allow for regular practices or competition. The current afternoon activity plan will remain in place until youth sports guidelines are updated by the state and county. Webb’s Medical Advisory Board will review any updated guidelines as they are issued and Webb will communicate updates to our practice and competition schedule as they are made.
CIF has communicated that the current sports calendar will not change. If competition cannot resume, scheduled games will be declared no contests and the season shortened. Any changes to the fall competition season will not impact the spring season.