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The Los Altos High girls tennis team faced little resistance on the way to placing first in the SCVAL El Camino Division last season, winning all 12 matches by scores of 5-2 or better. The Eagles also surprised two teams from the league’s upper division to finish 14-0.

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Mountain View High entered Friday’s contest at Los Altos with two games and a scrimmage under its belt, while the Eagles had only played 18 minutes of football due to circumstances beyond their control. It showed.

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In what will surely go down as one of the greatest upsets of the high school football season – if not the millennium – St. Francis stunned De La Salle 31-28 Friday night in front of a full house in Mountain View.

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As a result of the continued impact of the COVID pandemic and the conditions caused by the state’s wildfires, the California Interscholastic Federation announced Aug. 31 that it is temporarily suspending a bylaw prohibiting high school teams from playing on Sundays.

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MV girls volleyball wins season opener

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Fehoko is preseason all-conference pick

It’s been several years since Katherine Fischer played volleyball at Homestead High and the University of Oregon. Still, the former Los Altos resident said she hasn’t lost her competitive edge.

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When it came to the luck of the draw at the Tokyo Olympics, badminton player Timothy Lam had no luck at all. The Mountain View resident faced the top-ranked player – and defending world champ – in his first men’s singles match.

Los Altos & Los Altos Hills Little League’s Junior All-Stars defeated Willow Glen 6-1 to win the Section 5 championship and then finished as the runner-up in the NorCal State tournament last month. Prior to these tourneys, the team of 13- and 14-years old beat Moreland 11-1 to claim the …

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Since returning from the Tokyo Olympics, Victoria Hayward has clung to her bronze medal like it was an iPhone.

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Although Xander Olivero shattered two school track records at Santa Clara University in the spring, the Los Altos resident doesn’t expect them to hold up for long.