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Locals shine at CCS swim meet

Albert Gwo/Special to the Town Crier
Mountain View High’s Vicky Wong competes in Saturday’s CCS championship meet. She advanced to state in four events.

St. Francis High made the biggest splash among the local schools competing in the Central Coast Section swimming and diving championships, but Los Altos and Mountain View made more than a ripple Saturday at the Santa Clara International Swim Center.

St. Francis qualified 17 competitors for this weekend’s state meet – the most in school history – while Los Altos will send seven to Fresno and Mountain View four.

CCS honors two St. Francis coaches

Two recipients of the Central Coast Section Spring Sports Honor Coach Awards come from St. Francis High.

Revealed last month, boys tennis coach Richard Svedeman and track and field coach Mike Saso were among the nine winners – one per sport – recognized by their colleagues.

Los Altos, Mtn. View reveal winter sports award-winners

Los Altos and Mountain View highs honored the following athletes at their recent winter sports award ceremonies.

Los Altos High

Boys basketball

Loads of locals land on all-league teams

Town Crier file photo
Mountain View’s Natasha Harris is the MVP of the De Anza Division.

All-league honors were recently awarded to varsity high school athletes participating in winter sports.

Athletes from Los Altos, Mountain View, St. Francis and Pinewood who earned such accolades are listed below.

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