LAHS diver Gaylord commits to college
Los Altos High diver Cyrus Gaylord, a senior, last month committed to Claremont McKenna College. Gaylord made the Central Coast Section finals as a sophomore.
LAHS pumpkin patch open for business
The Los Altos High School Athletic Boosters’ annual pumpkin patch opened last week and is slated to run through Oct. 30 in the far left side of the student parking lot at 201 Almond Ave. Hours are 2-6 p.m. weekdays and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. weekends. Proceeds benefit Los Altos High athletics.
MVHS boosters host golf tourney
Local high schools seek coaches
Nominees sought for Double-Goal coaches
The Positive Coaching Alliance welcomes nominations for its 2020 Double-Goal Coach Awards, which honor coaches who not only strive to win, but teach life lessons through sports and show players how to respect the game. The deadline is Nov. 30. Nominees must have at least three years’ experience coaching at a school or with a club or rec team. The 100 regional winners will be announced in February and the 25 national winners in March, each of whom will receive $500. One nominee will be named the PCA National Coach of the Year and win $10,000 ($2,500 for the coach and $7,500 donated to the school or youth sport organization of the coach’s choice). To nominate a coach, visit tinyurl.com/y68ru6og.
CIF offers newsletter for parents, guardians
The California Interscholastic Federation, the governing body for the state’s high school sports, issues a free monthly newsletter via email for parents/guardians of student-athletes in California. The newsletter aims to keep parents informed of issues such as health and safety, eligibility and upcoming state championship events. To subscribe and for more information, visit cifstate.org.
Women’s golf group welcomes members
Tuesday Toppers, a women’s nine-hole golf group with local members, tees off 8:30 a.m. Tuesdays at Pruneridge Golf Club in Santa Clara. Cost is $5, plus $22-$27 per round. To join and for more information, visit pruneridgegolfclub.com/clinics.
Special Olympics needs coaches
Special Olympics Northern California needs head coaches and assistants to train, mentor and support athletes in an array of sports. No prior coaching experience is necessary. For directions to the San Jose office and for more information, call (408) 392-0170 or visit sonc.org/becomeacoach.
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