Panthers looking to repeat feat


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Pinewood School’s Jackson Haun throws a pitch Thursday.

The Pinewood School baseball team made history last year by winning a league title and qualifying for the playoffs – both firsts for the program. With all but two players returning, the Panthers expect to at least match that success this season.

“Our goal is to definitely win league,” said senior Jackson Haun, whose team is off to a 3-0 start in the Private School Athletic League South Division. “We want to repeat and go as far as possible in CCS.”

LAHS senior wins SF City Golf Championship


Courtesy of Simar Singh
Simar Singh holds the award she won for placing first in the women’s division of the San Francisco City Golf Championship.

It’s a good thing golfer Simar Singh likes match play, because she could be playing plenty of it the next four years.

“My two biggest wins have been in match-play tournaments,” said Singh, referring to the 2015 California Women’s Junior Championship and last month’s San Francisco City Golf Championship. “So that gives me a lot of confidence that I can hopefully contribute to bringing the team to nationals.”

Sports on the Side

Spiders’ season starts Saturday at Foothill

The San Jose Spiders are scheduled to open their American Ultimate Disc League season 7 p.m. Saturday on their home field at Foothill College in Los Altos Hills. The Spiders are set to host the San Francisco Flame Throwers. Both squads play in the West Division of the AUDL, a semipro ultimate Frisbee league comprising 23 teams from throughout North America. Foothill has been home to the Spiders since 2014. Tickets are $7-$10; parking is $3. For tickets and more information, visit sjspiders.com.

LAHS Color Run set for April 28

The fourth annual Los Altos High School Color Run, a fundraiser for the athletics program, is slated April 28 on the campus. A color run features checkpoints along the route at which the participants are sprinkled with colored powder. Three events are scheduled: the Community 5K Fun Run (featuring music and prizes; families and strollers welcome) at 5 p.m., the Quad Festival (food and children’s games) at 6 p.m. and the High School 5K Costume Run (music and prizes; high school students only) at 7 p.m. Registration fees are $30 for adults, $20 for high school students, $10 for children 6-13 and free for ages 5 and under. To register and for more information, visit raceroster.com/events/2018/14712/los-altos-high-school-color-run.

Mtn. View, Los Altos boys lacrosse teams pick up wins


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Los Altos High’s Connor Quinn, shown playing against Sequoia, scored five goals in last week’s lacrosse win over Saratoga.

Sam Kramer’s breakaway goal lifted the Mountain View High boys lacrosse team to a 9-8 overtime win over Los Gatos last week. It marked the Spartans’ first victory over the Wildcats in four years.

Kramer and Jake Roberts each scored three goals to lead host Mountain View April 3. Colin Murray added two goals, including one in the fourth quarter to force OT.


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