Locals from Menlo commit to colleges
Six of the 30 Menlo School graduates from this year’s class who have committed to play college sports are from Los Altos and Mountain View, according to sports information director Pam McKenney. They include Los Altos residents Jackson Aldrich (cross-country/track, Claremont McKenna College), Max Chou (baseball, University of Chicago), Jack King (water polo, MIT), Michelle Louie (track, Middlebury College) and Nico Monsalve (soccer, Harvey Mudd College), along with Mountain View resident Brandon Aprill (tennis, Carnegie Mellon University).
Area high schools seek coaches
NFHS provides free officiating classes
This is the last day to take advantage of the National Federation of State High School Associations’ free online officiating courses. Current high school officials and those interested in joining the officiating ranks are welcome to access the 11 courses at nfhslearn.com. Courses include basketball, football, soccer, swimming and diving, volleyball, wrestling and softball, in addition to a general course titled Interscholastic Officiating. Multiple courses are offered in basketball, soccer and volleyball. Those interested in becoming an official after taking any of the courses may visit HighSchoolOfficials.com for more information.