- Published on Wednesday, 01 January 2014 00:01
- Written by Los Altos Town Crier Staff
Teams make the grade
Four local high school teams contended for a 2013 Fall Season Scholastic Championship Team Award. The awards, instituted by the Central Coast Section Board of Managers in 1985, recognize the varsity team from each CCS sport with the highest collective GPA of the teams competing in that sport during the season. The Los Altos girls water polo (3.6666 GPA) and St. Francis girls golf (3.7675) teams placed second in their respective sports. St. Francis’ field hockey (3.5952) and girls cross-country (3.7782) teams finished third and fifth, respectively.
The Aloha Volleyball Club, directed by Los Altos High girls coach Peter Kim, has open positions on several teams, from 12 Pink (Area level) to 18 Aloha (Power). For more information, visit alohavbc.com.
PONY up for baseball
Los Altos-Mountain View PONY Baseball registration has opened for the spring season. The league is for boys and girls ages 5-19. Practice begins in March and the season runs through June. To register and for more information, visit lamvpb.org.
Mountain View-Los Altos Girls Softball is registering players for the spring season. The league is open to girls 5-16. No experience necessary; everyone plays. Clinics are offered to develop skills. To register and for more information, visit mvlags.org.
All-Century noms sought
The California Interscholastic Federation is accepting nominations for its All-Century Teams. The CIF governs the state’s high school sports. Former student-athletes who demonstrated significant athletic contributions in CIF-approved sports are eligible and anyone can nominate a student-athlete they deem worthy. Winter sports nominations will be accepted through February and spring nominations March through May (fall sports nominations closed in November). Voting will take place during the next school year. For more information, visit cifstate.org.
Special coaches needed
Special Olympics Northern California needs coaches for a variety of sports. No prior coaching experience is necessary. For more information and directions to the San Jose office, call (408) 392-0170 or visit sonc.org.
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