Eagles advance to baseball final

The Los Altos High baseball team routed Piedmont Hills 10-0 Tuesday to advance to the Central Coast Section Division I final against top seed Bellarmine. The game is scheduled 4 p.m. Friday at San Jose Municipal Stadium. The No. 11 Eagles beat three higher-seeded teams to reach the title game.

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Mtn. View Open wraps up Monday

The 50th Mountain View Open tennis tournament is scheduled to conclude this weekend at the Cuesta Tennis Center. The USTA event, which began last weekend, features players from Bay Area colleges, junior tennis standouts, past Open champs and local coaches. Matches are scheduled 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, and 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. for Monday’s finals. Admission is free. For more information, call 967-5955 or visit mvopen.com.

Los Altos High seeks coaches for next year

Los Altos High seeks coaches for boys lacrosse and junior-varsity tennis next spring. If interested, call athletic director Michelle Noeth at 960-8857 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Eagles take down Spartans in baseball semis; LA & MV softball teams ousted from playoffs


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Mountain View High baseball player Aran Cox races to first base in last week’s playoff opener.

Behind Reelfs’ dominant performance, the 11th-seeded Eagles beat No. 3 Mountain View 7-3 Saturday at Washington Park in Santa Clara. The senior had a no-hitter going for five innings. Relieved by Ryan Baum after the sixth, Reelfs struck out eight batters and walked one. He allowed three hits and three runs, only one of them earned.

Reelfs accomplished this just three days after starting the Eagles’ 9-0 road rout of No. 6 Alisal in the opening round of the playoffs. Coach Gabe Stewart wisely pulled Reelfs after four innings and 68 pitches, making him eligible to take the mound Saturday.

SF's Schaffer, LA's Carter place at state swim meet


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Los Altos High’s Danielle Carter, swimming the backstroke at last year’s state meet, placed third in the 100 back at this year’s competition.

Seeded fourth in the girls 50-yard freestyle, St. Francis High’s Brooke Schaffer surprised even herself by placing second in the finals Saturday at the state swimming and diving championships in Clovis.

“I wasn’t really expecting that,” the junior said. “It was a good surprise.”


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