Wins keep coming for young golfer Edan


Courtesy of Stephanie Jie
Edan Cui competes at last month’s California State Invitational in Downey. He won his division for the second year in a row.

Entering sixth grade, Edan Cui is building a reputation for being an adept closer on the golf course.

While many of his 53 tournament wins weren’t close – the Los Altos Hills resident dominated from the start – others required him to make big shots down the stretch when threatened.

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Chamber golf tourney tees off Aug. 6

The 29th annual Los Altos Chamber of Commerce Golf Tournament is scheduled Aug. 6 at Los Altos Golf & Country Club. Cost is $295, which includes lunch, tee prizes, silent auction, cocktails and barbecue dinner, as well as awards and prizes. Cost to attend only the post-golf party is $65. Registration and the putting contest are scheduled 10 a.m., lunch at 11:30 a.m., shotgun start at noon and the party at 5 p.m. To register and for more information, visit losaltoschamber.org/golf_tournament.html.

LAHS sports physicals offered Aug. 8

Los Altos High’s sports physicals for students who intend to play a fall sport are scheduled 6-9 p.m. Aug. 8 at PT Works, a physical therapy clinic located at 794 Altos Oaks Drive. Cost is $40. Athletes also may see their own doctors to complete the school’s athletic clearance form. For more information, email athletic director Michelle Noeth at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Stars come out tonight

All-Star Football Game
Megan V. Winslow/Town Crier
Los Altos High’s Vincent Colodny, catching the ball, is slated to play for the North in tonight’s all-star football game.

Although tonight’s 44th annual Charlie Wedemeyer High School All-Star Football Game will be played at Los Gatos High instead of Levi’s Stadium, which hosted it the past three years, locals participating in the showcase for the county’s top graduated seniors don’t seem too disappointed.

“I’m still pretty excited,” Los Altos High tight end Vincent Colodny said. “It’s not Levi’s, but it’s not the end of the world for me. I’m not torn up about it – I just want to play.”

Summer's been smooth sailing for teen Tadros


Courtesy of Al Tadros
Los Altos High’s Amir Tadros, front, sails in a recent regatta.

As the wind whistles through his hair off the coast of North Carolina, Amir Tadros hits 15 mph.

It’s June 27, and the Los Altos High School rising senior is about to take ninth place at the U.S. Sailing Youth Championships at Wrightsville Beach. Hanging off the side of the dinghy, Tadros balances the boat’s weight while his sailing partner, Justin Lim, adjusts the team’s course.


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