With Wednesday's Central Coast Section Division IV softball semifinal slipping away – Los Altos High went from leading 3-0 after two innings to trailing 9-3 midway through the fourth – coach Robert Herrera said he implored his team to “reset and refocus.”
The St. Francis High softball team scored early and often en route to a 9-2 win over Aragon in the Central Coast Section Open Division semifinals earlier this week.
With her victory in the girls 400-meter dash at Saturday’s Central Coast Section track and field finals in Gilroy, Hannah Rutherford became the first Mountain View High freshman since sprinter Rachael Estell in 2014 to qualify for the state meet.
Led by all-around champion Rettie Chow, Mountain View High finished second at last week’s Central Coast Section gymnastics championships.
Hours before Saturday’s Central Coast Section Open Division final, the St. Francis High boys volleyball team shrank significantly when its two 6-foot-8 middle hitters were ruled out after testing positive for COVID-19.
Two Los Altos High juniors set school records Saturday while qualifying for the Central Coast Section track and field finals.
Having already won the 400-meter dash by more than a second and the 200 by nearly half a second, Mountain View High’s Hannah Rutherford saved her best performance for last at Friday’s SCVAL championships.
Even without four starters, the Los Altos High boys tennis team beat visiting Palo Alto in Friday’s second round of the Central Coast Section playoffs – just as Eagles coach Hung Nguyen expected.
Hills native named golfer of the week
The Los Altos High boys lacrosse team toppled rival Mountain View 18-10 Thursday to sweep the season series.
MV coaches, team earn league honors
Dave DeGeronimo said it wasn’t easy leaving Los Altos High after three years as football coach, but he couldn’t pass up the chance to take over the program at Palo Alto High.
While a perfect league season would be nice, the Mountain View High boys volleyball team is after more than that.
Celebration of life for Long on May 14
The Los Altos High gymnastics team posted its highest score of the season in winning last week’s home meet. The Eagles’ team score of 140.050 put them well ahead of runner-up Mountain View (112.650) and third-place Gilroy (55.850).
Although Trevor Naas has stepped down as boys basketball coach at Los Altos High, he’s not stepping away from the game altogether.