St. Francis High promotes JV coach Madnick to varsity coach of girls lacrosse program


St. Francis High has hired a familiar face as head coach of its girls varsity lacrosse team. School officials announced Dec. 1 that Sarina Madnick, the junior-varsity coach the past two seasons, will lead the program.

“We are very excited to have Sarina Madnick as our new head girls lacrosse coach here at St. Francis High School,” Director of Athletics, Michael Pilawski said. “Coach Madnick has been a very important part of our program since her arrival in 2015 and has worked very hard with our students both on and off the field. We are excited for her leadership and the energy and passion she will bring to the program.”

McNeal sisters lead Spartans past Eagles


Photos by Megan V. Winslow/Town Crier
Los Altos High’s Magaly Kulyger pursues Mountain View’s Amaya McNeal, above.

One sister scored goals and the other prevented them in Mountain View High’s 10-8 win over rival Los Altos in girls lacrosse last week.

With Amaya McNeal “leading the attack,” coach Andrea Keinath said, the Spartans jumped to a 6-3 lead by halftime, then goalie Araya McNeal “made some key saves to help us hang on to the lead.”

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