Los Altos teen helps Jr. Sharks claim state championship


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Cody Naporano, playing center for the Jr. Sharks, tallied four goals and 10 assists during his team’s nine-game playoff run.

A year ago, Los Altos resident Cody Naporano couldn’t have imagined the success his Jr. Sharks ice hockey team would achieve this season. The Bantam-level squad had just completed a one-win campaign he described as “very horrible.”

This year, the Jr. Sharks won 34 games and were crowned state champions of the 14U B division earlier this month.

Eagles eye CCS crown


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Los Altos High gymnast Kelli Kuramoto competes in the uneven bars at last week’s meet.

When Los Altos High last won a Central Coast Section championship in gymnastics, team members were probably into tapered jeans, Madonna’s “Vogue” and the rom-com “Pretty Woman.”

That was 1990. This may be the year the Eagles finally win another CCS crown.

Local all-league performers abound


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Mountain View High’s Gabi Matafora-Adams is the SCVAL De Anza Division’s Most Valuable Field Player for girls water polo.

All-league honors were recently awarded to varsity high school athletes participating in fall sports. Athletes from Los Altos, Mountain View and St. Francis highs who earned the accolades are listed below.

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TC's top 10 of the year


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St. Francis High’s Logan Johnson fires up a 3 to beat the shot-clock buzzer in the NorCal Division II final.

With so many local high school teams and individual athletes excelling on every level – league, section, region and even state – it was tough to whittle down the list of the Town Crier’s top sports stories of the year to only 10.

So, with apologies to those who missed the cut, here’s the countdown.


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