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Sports on the Side for Feb. 17

SF grad Habibi-Likio chooses Boise State

St. Francis High graduate Cyrus Habibi-Likio announced via Twitter Feb. 3 that he is transferring to Boise State to continue his football career after three years at the University of Oregon.

The running back will have two years of eligibility remaining. Habibi-Likio scored four touchdowns as the Ducks’ short-yardage back last season and 10 the previous year.

Local high schools seek coaches

Los Altos High needs head coaches for varsity and junior varsity wrestling, frosh-soph boys swimming and cheer/rally. To apply and for more information, contact athletic director Michelle Noeth at 960-8811, ext. 2023, or [email protected] Los Altos also needs assistant coaches for frosh-soph football. Mountain View High seeks head coaches for varsity wrestling, varsity girls water polo, frosh-soph boys water polo, JV boys lacrosse and JV girls lacrosse. To apply and for more information, contact athletic director Shelley Smith at 940-4600, ext. 1421, or [email protected]

Free online courses  aid parents, coaches

The National Federation for State High School Associations offers several free online courses for parents and coaches. Positive Sport Parenting provides information on the importance of proper behavior by parents in school sports and the role they should play to ensure their children have a positive sports experience. NCAA Eligibility is designed to educate high school coaches, administrators and parents about the NCAA’s initial-eligibility requirements. Social Media aims to assist parents and coaches set clear boundaries and guidelines for their students’ responsible social media use. The courses are available at nfhslearn.com/courses.

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