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Pinewood gets More: Host Panthers avenge earlier loss to Knights

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Pinewood pitcher Jackson “Huck” Haun threw a two-hitter with 12 strikeouts in Thursday’s win over Thomas More.

Two days after suffering its first league loss of the season, the Pinewood School baseball team got even with Thomas More High – and pulled even with the Knights in the standings.

The host Panthers prevailed 4-1 Thursday, avenging a 16-7 loss to More April 25 in San Jose that dropped them out of first place in the Private School Athletic League South Division.

Spartans slug their way to a win against Wilcox

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Ilona Sullivan rounds the bases after slugging a homer Thursday. She also earned the save.

The Mountain View High softball team showcased its power in the second inning of Thursday’s game, belting back-to-back home runs on the way to a 10-5 win over Wilcox.

Rani Lauwers homered first, then Ilona Sullivan put the host Spartans up 2-0.

LA girls finish undefeated in dual track & field meets

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Los Altos High’s Thea Mollerstedt won both girls hurdles races last week against Lynbrook.

The Los Altos High girls track and field team took a circuitous route to going undefeated in league.

Days before beating Lynbrook last week to cap their dual-meet season, the Eagles learned that they retroactively won their March 23 meet against Milpitas. Los Altos co-head coach Dave Barth said that after a scoring error in the girls high jump was corrected, his team was declared the victor.

LA, MV golfers shoot for berths in CCS regionals

If boys on the golf teams at Los Altos and Mountain View highs hope to make the postseason, they’ll have to go it alone.

Los Altos coach Rich Fujii and Mountain View coach Jim McGuirk acknowledged last week that their teams will not make the Central Coast Section regional playoffs, but a few of their golfers could qualify as individuals.

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