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SF's Habibi-Likio commits to Ducks


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St. Francis High’s Cyrus Habibi-Likio signed with the University of Oregon last week.

Courted by more than 20 colleges, St. Francis High football standout Cyrus Habibi-Likio last week made his choice. He’s going to be a Duck.

Habibi-Likio signed a National Letter of Intent with the University of Oregon Feb. 1.

Coaching for the kids


Courtesy of Amy Hofmann
Egan head coach Wayne Smith talks football with players Grady Hofmann, left, and Michael Marras during a recent game.

There are many reasons Wayne Smith has served as a youth flag football coach in Los Altos the past seven seasons, but money isn’t one of them.

“Every year, the coaches are paid to coach the teams; Coach Wayne does not accept any money,” said Amy Hofmann, who has coached with Smith and has three sons who played for him. “He does it all for the kids.”

Serra stops St. Francis for 2nd time


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St. Francis High halfback Cyrus Habibi-Likio breaks loose after catching a screen pass that went for 56 yards Friday night.

The 56-yard catch and run had to make St. Francis High players, coaches and fans wonder what might have been if Cyrus Habibi-Likio was at full strength for Friday’s Central Coast Section Open Division II football semifinal.

LA's mistakes costly in loss to Homestead


Jim Thrall/Special to the Town Crier
Los Altos High’s Kyle Godfrey attempts a diving tackle on Homestead fullback Andrew Oduor in Friday’s playoff game.

In a football game decided by one point, Los Altos High’s six turnovers loomed large in Friday night’s Central Coast Section Division IV playoff opener at Homestead.

The fifth-seeded Eagles fell 17-16 to the No. 4 Mustangs, who totaled three turnovers.


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