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Eagles stun Spartans in CCS final


Courtesy of Mark Warren
The Los Altos High girls water polo team is all smiles after winning the CCS Division I final.

The Los Altos High girls water polo team went 0-3 against Mountain View in the regular season, but the Eagles beat the rival Spartans when it mattered most – in the Central Coast Section Division I final.

Second-seeded Los Altos held on for a 9-8 win over No. 1 Mountain View Saturday morning at Independence High, where both teams sought their first CCS title.

Sports on the Side

SFHS tennis coach receives CCS award

The Central Coast Section last month named St. Francis High’s Lynn Horiye as the 2017 CCS Fall Sports Honor Coach for girls tennis. Horiye has coached the team since 2001. One coach in each fall sport receives the award, chosen by their colleagues. Criteria include contributions to that sport at their school, within their league, in the community and to the CCS.

Spartan Turkey Trot set for Nov. 23

The Mountain View High Sports Boosters’ eighth annual Spartan Turkey Trot is scheduled Thanksgiving morning, Nov. 23, on the school track. The 5K run is set for 8:30 a.m., the 5K walk for 8:35 a.m., the kids runs (60 and 400 yards) for 9:30 a.m. and the Spartan Mile for 10 a.m. Race-day registration is slated to begin at 7:30 a.m. Online registration fees are $30 adults, $20 children ages 5-17, $15 high school district students and $10 children under 5. Those who register by Nov. 20 are guaranteed a T-shirt. In-person registration, set to begin at 7:30 a.m., is an additional $5. Proceeds fund team equipment, athletics fields and facility improvements. To register online and for more information, visit mvhsturkeytrot.shutterfly.com.

St. Francis, Mtn. View pick up football wins

Reed Vettel threw three touchdown passes – two of them to Evan Williams– in the St. Francis High football team’s 31-6 rout of rival Bellarmine Friday night.

The host Lancers improved to 5-1 in league and 7-2 overall.

Allie goes national


Courtesy of Allie Montoya
Eighth-grader Allie Montoya ranks among the best soccer players in her age group.

When Allie Montoya’s parents sat her down for a talk, the 13-year-old thought she was grounded.

They actually had good news to share – Allie had been selected for the Under-14 Girls U.S. Youth National Soccer Team training camp – but they didn’t start with that. Albertin and Erin Montoya had a little fun first.


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