Fourteen MVLA soccer players commit to colleges

The Mountain View-Los Altos Soccer Club announced last week that 14 of its players have committed to colleges.

Boys and girls from 12 high schools are slated to put pen to paper today, National Letter of Intent signing day.

With help from Los Altos Hills residents, young Gunn on path toward CCS playoffs


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Los Altos Hills resident Molly Wilkinson, left, is one of nine freshmen on the Gunn High girls soccer team.

The Gunn High girls soccer team is proof that experience isn’t everything.

Despite being the youngest squad in the Santa Clara Valley Athletic League El Camino Division, the Titans sit in second place with three games remaining.

Mountain View boys finally getting healthy after injury-riddled start to soccer season

Mountain View High soccer
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Mountain View High’s Winston Shustock pursues the ball in Friday’s game against Fremont.

Reinforcements are on the way for the Mountain View High boys soccer team, depleted by injuries this season. Coach Jim McGuirk said he expects several players back on the field this week.

But will they be returning soon enough to help the Spartans make a playoff push?

Eagles overcome injuries & inexperience to start season strong


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Los Altos High soccer player Luke Wangsness attempts to corral the ball.

Coach Vava Marques views his Los Altos High boys soccer team as a work in progress. That work has been slowed by injuries, yet the Eagles continue to look like playoff contenders.

“We’re still getting better, which is a good thing,” said Marques, whose team is off to a 5-2-2 start. “I see a lot of potential, for sure.”


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