Junior golfer Chou works on her game wherever she goes


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Megan Chou watches her drive at last week’s Alison Lee Championship. She tied for 16th place.

When Megan Chou goes on vacation, she almost always brings something that won’t fit in the overhead compartment – her golf bag. The Los Altos resident said she took her clubs on family trips to Hawaii and Japan this summer.

For Chou – one of the top junior golfers in the area – a vacation just isn’t a vacation without at least one round of golf. So even on last month’s 10-day trip to Japan to visit relatives, Chou managed to sneak in 18 holes and hit the driving range.

Mountain View High graduate Walker rewarded after busy week of swimming


Courtesy of Luciane Marques
Swimmer Lucas Walker, a Mountain View High graduate, is headed to the University of Redlands on an athletic scholarship.

Lucas Walker wasn’t satisfied competing in just one high-stakes swim meet two weeks ago, so he participated in two.

The 2018 Mountain View High graduate swam in a pair of major USA Swimming competitions – the Junior National Championships and the Futures Championships – in the span of six days, and showed he belonged in both.

Hills golfer Edan ties for 10th place in his age group at major tourney


Edan Cui of Los Altos Hills tied for 10th place in his age group at the 2018 U.S Kids Golf World Championship, held Aug. 2-4 in North Carolina.

Edan shot an even-par 144 over two rounds at the Talamore Golf Club, tying two other golfers for 10th in the Boys 11 division. There were 170 players in the field.

Sports on the Side

SFHS honored as DII State School of Year

Cal-Hi Sports last month named St. Francis High the Division II State School of the Year for 2017-18. The Lancers won state championships in boys cross-country and football, their girls swim team took third at the state meet and their boys golf team placed fourth at the state tournament. In addition, St. Francis won Northern California crowns in football and boys and girls water polo, along with Central Coast Section titles in baseball, boys cross-country, boys golf, girls soccer and softball.

Cities meet on field Saturday for softball

The teams have been set, and residents of Los Altos and Los Altos Hills are encouraged to attend the inaugural community softball game between the two towns, scheduled 1-3 p.m. Saturday. The friendly coed match is coordinated by the Parks and Recreation departments of both cities, according to Sarah Robustelli, Los Altos Hills community services supervisor. The game will take place at Purissima Park, 27545 Purissima, Road, Los Altos Hills. For more information, visit losaltoshills.ca.gov/423/Los-Altos-Hills-vs-Los-Altos-Softball-Ga.


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