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Super summer for LA boys basketball team


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Los Altos High’s Matt Eberle, driving the ball toward the basket in a home game against Wilcox last season, helped the Eagles win their 14-team summer league last month.

High schools don’t hang banners for winning summer league. Still, the Los Altos High boys basketball team feels pretty good about its success this summer.

The Eagles won their 14-team summer league by beating Los Gatos in the title game last month at Mountain View High.

New coach Field-Polisso has plan in place for St. Francis High girls basketball team


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Sami Field-Polisso, coaching Los Gatos in the playoffs last season, takes over a St. Francis team coming off a 16-13 campaign.

Hired more than two months ago, Sami Field-Polisso sometimes still can’t believe she is the new girls basketball coach at St. Francis High.

“I’m still pinching myself when I’m on campus and thinking, ‘Is this real?’” she said. “What an opportunity.”

MV's Liao to play in Thursday's NorCal Asian-American basketball game


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Mountain View’s Eugene Liao is set to play in an all-star game featuring the region’s best Asian-American players.

Although he graduated in June, Mountain View High’s Eugene Liao still has one more high school basketball game to play.

He has been invited to participate in the inaugural NorCal Asian-American All-Star Game, scheduled Thursday at Cal State East Bay in Hayward. Liao is a member of the 12-player Senior All-Stars, who will take on the Undergrad All-Stars in a game slated to tip off at 7:30 p.m.

Ousted in overtime


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St. Francis High sophomore Maurice Wilmer shoots a floater in Saturday’s game. He finished with eight points.

Midway through the fourth quarter of Saturday’s Northern California Division II final, the St. Francis High boys basketball team seemed well on its way to Sacramento for this weekend’s state championships. Jacob Mihanovic had just cut to the basket for a layin, pushing the Lancers’ lead to 69-60.

Then everything went sideways for top-seeded St. Francis.


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