- Published on Wednesday, 14 May 2014 01:01
- Written by Los Altos Town Crier Staff
Let’s get physicals
Sports camp sign-ups
Spartans Sports Camp this summer will offer multisport, weeklong sessions for boys and girls in grades 2-6 as well as sport-specific sessions for grades 5-9 at Mountain View High. There will also be strength and conditioning camps for grades 6-12, along with cheerleading camps for grades Pre-K to 8. Mountain View High coaches and student-athletes run the camp, scheduled June 9 through Aug. 1. Fees vary; proceeds benefit the school’s athletic department. To register and for more information, visit spartans-sportscamp.com
Soccer kicks into gear
Registration is open for AYSO Region 43’s fall soccer season. The region serves boys and girls in grades K-12 who live in northern Los Altos and Los Altos Hills. AYSO follows six philosophies: everyone plays, player development, positive coaching, good sportsmanship, balanced teams and open registration. The registration fee is discounted from $195 to $170 if paid by May 20. To register and for more information, visit ayso43.org.
LA seeks soccer coach
The Aloha Volleyball Club, directed by Los Altos High girls coach Peter Kim, has scheduled five three-session clinics on the fundamentals of volleyball. The clinics, open to boys and girls 14 and under, are scheduled three Sundays a month through May at Santa Clara High. Cost is $40 per clinic or $100 for three sessions. For more information, visit alohavbc.com.
All-Century noms sought
The California Interscholastic Federation is accepting spring-sport 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. Spring nominations will be accepted through May. 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 experience is necessary. For more information and directions to the San Jose office, call (408) 392-0170 or visit sonc.org.