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GreenTown hosts summer solstice ride

GreenTown Los Altos has scheduled an 18-mile summer solstice bike ride 7:30 p.m. June 21, starting in front of Peet’s Coffee & Tea on State Street in downtown Los Altos. Cyclists will ride to the Palo Alto Baylands Nature Preserve to view the sunset at 8:32 p.m., then head back to Los Altos via the Stevens Creek Trail, with an optional stop in Mountain View for hot chocolate, coffee and socializing. Check-in starts at 7 p.m.; there is no cost to participate. For more information, visit greentownlosaltos.org.

Los Altos hoops camp concludes next week

The final Los Altos Basketball Camp of the summer is scheduled next week. Los Altos High varsity boys basketball coach Trevor Naas leads the camp, open to boys and girls entering grades 3-8. It focuses on fundamental skills and includes drills, competitions and games. Morning (9 a.m. to noon) and afternoon (1-4 p.m.) sessions are offered Monday through June 21 in the school’s main gym. Cost is $200-$575, depending on the number of sessions. Scholarships are available. To register and for more information, visit losaltosbasketball.leagueapps.com.

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CCS honors 2 coaches from St. Francis High

St. Francis High’s Terence O’Malley (girls swimming) and Jonah Carson (boys volleyball) were recently named 2018 CCS Spring Honor Coaches. The Central Coast Section honors one coach each year, in each sport, for his or her contribution to that sport at the interscholastic level. Coaches are chosen by criteria that include maintaining professional standards of conduct, service to the sport, outstanding coaching accomplishments and contributions to the school and community. O’Malley and Carson were recognized during the CCS championships of their respective sports last month.

Los Altos hoops camp tips off this month

Los Altos Basketball Camp, led by Los Altos High varsity boys basketball coach Trevor Naas, is scheduled over two weeks in June. The camp is for boys and girls entering grades 3-8. It will focus on fundamental skills and include drills, competitions and games. Morning (9 a.m. to noon) and afternoon (1-4 p.m.) sessions are offered Monday through June 14 and June 18-21 in the school’s main gym. Cost is $200-$575, depending on the number of sessions. Scholarships are available. To register and for more information, visit losaltosbasketball.leagueapps.com.

Lancers reach CCS Division II baseball final

After splitting their two regular-season meetings, the St. Francis High baseball team beat Mitty when it mattered most – in the playoffs. The second-seeded Lancers edged the No. 3 Monarchs 2-0 in the Central Coast Section Division II semifinals May 23 at San Jose Municipal Stadium.

St. Francis (23-8) was slated to face top-seeded Soledad (24-5) in Saturday’s final, played after the Town Crier’s deadline.

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MV Sports Boosters hand out scholarships

Seniors Laura Carceroni and Sami Katwan last week were named this year’s recipients of college scholarships provided by the Mountain View High School Sports Boosters. Carceroni played soccer for the Spartans and Katwan played football. Each of them will receive $1,500.

Los Altos hoops camp tips off next month

Los Altos Basketball Camp, led by Los Altos High varsity boys basketball coach Trevor Naas, is scheduled over two weeks in June. The camp is for boys and girls entering grades 3-8. It will focus on fundamental skills and include drills, competitions and games. Morning (9 a.m. to noon) and afternoon (1-4 p.m.) sessions are offered June 11-14 and June 18-21 in the school’s main gym. Cost is $200-$575, depending on the number of sessions. Scholarships are available. To register and for more information, visit losaltosbasketball.leagueapps.com.


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