Emily Soobrian had her sister’s back at the state cross-country championships Saturday morning in Fresno. With older sister Lauren – Los Altos High’s top runner – ailing, it was Emily who led the Eagles to their first state title.
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It’s yet to be seen if the St. Francis High boys basketball team has what it takes to contend in the arduous West Catholic Athletic League this season, but the Lancers showed Saturday night that they have more than enough to defeat Mountain View High.
Even a healthy Mountain View High football team would have likely struggled to contain and keep pace with Branham’s high-powered offense in Friday’s Central Coast Section Division IV semifinal. Illnesses and injuries made that task nearly impossible, helping explain how the Spartans lost 68-…
Two weeks after routing Mitty to cap the regular season, the St. Francis High football team fell in heartbreaking fashion to the Monarchs Friday in the Central Coast Section Division I semifinals.
For Los Altos High’s Cami Thai, the only downside of playing in last week’s state girls golf championships was what awaited her once she returned from Southern California.
The 13th annual Spartan Turkey Trot is slated Thanksgiving morning on the Mountain View High track.
After getting past league rival Mitty for the sixth time this season to win the Northern California Open Division final Tuesday (Nov. 15), the undefeated St. Francis High girls volleyball team is bracing for an even bigger challenge.
In a rematch of last month’s league game, the St. Francis High football team beat Sacred Heart Cathedral Friday in another close contest to advance to the Central Coast Section Division I semifinals.
Motivation wasn’t a problem for the Mountain View High football team Friday night. The Spartans not only were opening the Central Coast Section Division IV playoffs at home, but also against a Homestead squad that beat them a month ago in league play.
Two hours after her round at last week’s Northern California girls golf championship, Los Altos High’s Cami Thai found herself in a familiar situation. She was headed to a playoff to qualify for state – just like she was a year ago on the same course at Berkeley Country Club.
After Los Altos High’s Cami Thai finished in a four-way tie for first place at the Central Coast Section girls golf championships – held on a rainy and blustery day last week in Monterey – the pressure to win the ensuing playoff wasn’t top of mind.
For the Mountain View High football team, there was more than just the Pride Bowl trophy on the line when it hosted rival Los Altos Friday to cap the regular season. The Spartans also were playing for a favorable seed in the Central Coast Section playoffs.
Starting at quarterback for the second week in a row, Aaron Knapp led the St. Francis High football team to another victory, 35-13 over Mitty Friday night at Foothill College.
Los Altos High freshman Bella Jacutin-Mariona “played her heart out,” Eagles girls tennis coach Hung Nguyen said, and finished third in last week’s SCVAL singles tournament at Gunn.
District rivals Los Altos and Mountain View highs cap their football seasons against one another 7 p.m. Friday in a non-league game at Mountain View.