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Los Altos High honors top athletes of 2016-17 school year

Before school let out for the summer, Los Altos High recognized several student-athletes.

Honorees are listed below.

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MVHS hosts meeting for parents & coaches

Mountain View High’s parent-coaches meeting for students who plan to play a sport this fall is scheduled 6-8 p.m. Aug. 2 in the Spartan Theater. For more information, email athletic director Shelley Smith at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Marauders football registration begins

Registration is underway for Mountain View/Los Altos Marauders Pop Warner Football and Cheer. Practices are slated to begin Tuesday; the first game is scheduled Aug. 27. The season is eight weeks long, plus playoffs for teams that qualify. The Marauders is open to ages 9-13. Cost is $340. Knowledgeable coaches are needed as well (must pass background check). To register and for more information, visit mvmarauders.com.

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Los Altos Hills golfer wins NorCal Jr. Classic

Edan Cui of Los Altos Hills won the 10-and-under boys division of the Northern California Junior Classic, held July 8 and 9 at Poppy Ridge Golf Course in Livermore. Nine-year-old Edan, entering fifth grade at Bullis Charter School, shot a two-round total of 155 to win by a single stroke. Mountain View resident Aaron Cheng tied for seventh in the boys 11-13 division with a score of 179.

Spartans Sports camp winds down at MVHS

Spartans Sports Camp – a nonprofit camp run by Mountain View High coaches and student-athletes – has scheduled its summer program through July 28 on the school campus. There will be multisport, weeklong sessions for boys and girls in grades 2-7, sport-specific sessions for grades 2-9, color guard camp for grades 3-9 and cheerleading camp for grades pre-K-8. All proceeds benefit the Mountain View High athletic department. To register and for more information, call 479-5906 or visit SpartansSportsCamp.com.

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Mtn. View’s Martin commits to Carroll

Cam Martin, a spring graduate of Mountain View High, recently committed to play soccer at Carroll College in Montana. A two-time team MVP for the Spartans, defender Martin also served as captain his junior and senior seasons. Carroll coach Doug Mello said in a press release that “Cam will be an immediate contributor” and “has all the tools necessary to be a major player in the Cascade (Conference).”

Sports camp under way at MV High

Spartans Sports Camp, run by Mountain View High coaches and student-athletes, has scheduled its summer program through July 28 on the school campus. The nonprofit camp offers multisport, weeklong sessions for boys and girls in grades 2-7, sport-specific sessions for grades 2-9, color guard camp for grades 3-9 and cheerleading camp for grades pre-K-8. Proceeds benefit the Mountain View athletic department. To register and for more information, call 479-5906 or visit SpartansSportsCamp.com.


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