The Lowell Varsity Boys Soccer Team represents Lowell in the CIF AAA/SF Section Soccer League. A team steeped in tradition, the Lowell Boys Team won its first two championships in 1988 and 1992, respectively, under legendary head coach Ernie Feibusch. The team continued its success in the 21st century, as Lowell took the 2001, 2003 & 2004 championships, aided by multiple Player of the Year winning (and now pro player) Anton Peterlin. Following Feibusch's retirement in 2010 (the soccer field bears his name), the Lowell team embarked on its most successful run ever under new head coach Marcos Estebez. Steering the team to 47 straight AAA wins, the Lowell team won both the 2010 and 2011 championships after going the length of the season undefeated. In 2012 Lowell were named co-champions after one of the longest games in AAA history. This season the Lowell Boys team looks to continue its dominance under new head coach Juan Lopez.