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Arieta leads LA to top-4 finish at golf tourney

Carlos Arieta has picked up where he left off last season – playing the best golf on the Los Altos High boys team.

The Eagles’ top player in 2016, Arieta last week posted the lowest score at the Yellow Jacket Invitational. The sophomore shot a 3-over-par 75 at Diablo Grande Golf & Country Club in Patterson, propelling Los Altos to a fourth-place finish out of 22 teams March 13.

Prep roundup: MV's historic hoops season comes to close

After nearly a month of only playing games at home or on neutral courts, the Mountain View High boys basketball team received a rude reminder of just how hard it can be to win on the road.

The 11th-seeded Spartans opened the Northern California Division II playoffs by driving 96 miles to Modesto, where No. 6 Beyer beat them 68-57 last week.

Los Altos High boys tennis team wins opener with ease

Top singles player Nick Cosgrove didn’t drop a game in Los Altos High’s 6-1 win over Milpitas to open the boys tennis season Feb. 28.

Along with Cosgrove’s 6-0, 6-0 victory over Justin Nguyen, No. 2 player David Lisbonne and No. 4 player Henry Ying also won in straight sets for the host Eagles. Los Altos swept the doubles.

Lincoln logs another CCS soccer victory over MV boys

It was a round later this time, but Lincoln knocked the Mountain View High boys out of the soccer playoffs for the second straight season.

The No. 8 seeded Lions topped the fifth-seeded Spartans 2-1 last week in the Central Coast Section Division I semifinals at Fremont High. Mountain View coach Jim McGuirk described the March 1 game as “back and forth, with both teams having chances; they just capitalized on one more than we did.”


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