SFHS grad Bramlett earns first tour win

Pro golfer and St. Francis High graduate Joseph Bramlett shot a 7-under-par 65 in the final round to win the Korn Ferry Tour Championship and secure his PGA Tour card earlier this month. It was the first tour win for the Stanford University grad. Bramlett finished 20-under par for the tournament, held Sept. 2-5 at the Victoria National Golf Club in Newburgh, Ind., prevailing by four strokes. He birdied five consecutive holes on the back nine of his last round. The victory guarantees Bramlett full exempt status for the 2021-22 PGA Tour season.

Local high schools seek coaches

Los Altos High needs head coaches for junior varsity girls basketball, JV girls soccer and JV swimming, along with a coach for diving. To apply and for more information, contact athletic director Michelle Noeth at 960-8857 or michelle.noeth@mvla.net. Mountain View High seeks head coaches for varsity track and field and girls water polo, along with a frosh-soph coach for boys water polo. To apply and for more information, contact athletic director Shelley Smith at 940-4600, ext. 1421, or shelley.smith@mvla.net. St. Francis High seeks assistant coaches for several sports. To apply, visit tinyurl.com/8hwxav5b.

CIF offers newsletter for parents, guardians

The California Interscholastic Federation, the governing body for the state’s high school sports, issues a free monthly newsletter via email for parents/guardians of student-athletes in California. The newsletter intends to keep parents informed of issues like health and safety, eligibility and upcoming state championship events, according to the CIF. To subscribe and for more information, visit cifstate.org.

Free online courses help parents, coaches

The National Federation for State High School Associations offers free online courses for parents and coaches. Positive Sport Parenting provides information on the importance of proper behavior by parents in school sports and the role they should play to ensure their children have a positive experience. NCAA Eligibility is designed to educate high school coaches, administrators and parents about the NCAA’s initial-eligibility requirements. Social Media aims to assist parents and coaches in setting boundaries and guidelines for their students’ social media use. To access the courses, visit nfhslearn.com/courses.