Local golfers, water polo & field hockey teams make CCS


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The Los Altos High boys water polo team celebrates its win over Gunn in Saturday’s SCVAL De Anza Division championship game.

A gaggle of golfers from local high schools performed well enough at last week’s league finals to qualify for this week’s Central Coast Section championships.

Los Altos High’s Maddie Jun and Caris Kim advanced to CCS after strong showings at the Santa Clara Valley Athletic League championships – as did Mountain View High’s Katelyn Lee and Reeya Vasishta – while St. Francis High qualified as a team by tying for first at the West Catholic Athletic League championships. In addition, Pinewood School’s Megan Chou made the tournament, held Tuesday (after the Town Crier’s press deadline) at Laguna Seca Golf Ranch in Monterey.

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Foothill College hires hoops coaches

Chris Joo and Jessica Kellogg have been hired as co-coaches of the Foothill College women’s basketball team. They replace longtime coach Jody Craig, who athletic director Mike Teijeiro said retired from Foothill to take an assistant coaching job at Monmouth University in New Jersey. “Both Chris and Jess have been involved with the program in the past, and I feel they will do a great job as coaches and educators,” Teijeiro said. The Owls are scheduled to tip off their season 5:30 p.m. Nov. 2 at City College of San Francisco.

MV quidditch team heads to Berkeley

After going 1-3 at last month’s Crimson Cup – including two overtime losses to Northern Arizona University and the Utah Crimson Elite – the Silicon Valley Skrewts hope to turn their season around this weekend in Berkeley at the Golden Bear Invitational, hosted by Cal Quidditch. The Mountain View-based team is slated to face Utah State, the Long Beach Funky Quaffles and the Lost Boys Quidditch Club. The Skrewts return to Rengstorff Park for open practices Nov. 4. For scores and more information on how to join the team, visit facebook.com/siliconvalleyskrewts.

Eagles topple Titans in boys water polo to finish first


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Los Altos High goalie Greg Roper made a career-high 18 saves in last week’s win over Gunn. The Eagles enter the league tournament on an 18-game winning streak.

Los Altos High needed a last-minute goal to beat Gunn when the boys water polo teams met last month. The Eagles practically wrapped up last week’s rematch by halftime.

Leading 7-1 at intermission, the host Eagles routed the Titans 15-4 Oct. 18 to clinch first place in the Santa Clara Valley Athletic League De Anza Division.

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Westwind Barn hosts horse show Saturday

The Westwind Community Barn Halloween Horse Show is scheduled 9 a.m. Saturday. Prizes will be awarded and there will be a costume class, among others. Melissa Kalember will serve as judge. Today is the deadline to enter the annual event, presented by Victoria Dye Equestrian. The barn is located at 27210 Altamont Road, Los Altos Hills. To enter and for more information, call (310) 880-2549 or visit This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Meet-the-coaches event set for Oct. 25 at MV

Mountain View High’s parent/coaches meeting for the upcoming winter sports season is scheduled 6:30-8:30 p.m. Oct. 25 in the school’s Spartan Theater. The event is an opportunity for parents to meet the basketball, soccer and wrestling coaches, learn what will be expected of their children and receive practice and game schedules. Tryouts for winter sports are set to start Oct. 30.


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