MVLA green-lights new turf fields at both high schools

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Synthetic turf will replace part of this grass field at Los Altos High, with construction slated to begin next summer. Mountain View High also will get a second turf field on its campus.

Mountain View and Los Altos high schools are set to get new turf fields, with construction expected to start next summer.

Getting back to work: conditioning resumes this week

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Fall sports – including football, water polo and cross-country – are allowed to start conditioning this week at Los Altos and Mountain View high schools.

After months of keeping their distance from athletes, coaches of fall sports teams at Los Altos and Mountain View high schools this week are allowed to start working with them in person again. Just not too close.

Los Altos, Mtn. View revise schedules; training to resume

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If Season 1 goes as planned, the local high school football teams will play their opening games Jan. 8. Other sports in the revised season, including volleyball, will start as early as Dec. 28.

When the Central Coast Section confirmed in late July that it would consolidate the three sports seasons into two and delay the start of fall sports until winter due to the pandemic, it put athletic directors and coaches at local high schools in redo mode as far as scheduling.

WCAL announces St. Francis’ slate of contests

The West Catholic Athletic League – which includes St. Francis High – recently revealed its revised sports schedule for the 2020-21 school year.

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