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Cannon has a blast during induction

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Joe Cannon speaks to the crowd at Avaya Stadium during his induction into the San Jose Earthquakes Hall of Fame.

As Joe Cannon stood at midfield at Avaya Stadium, he still couldn’t believe it. The Los Altos Hills native, with his family by his side, was entering the San Jose Earthquakes Hall of Fame.

“Pretty surreal,” Cannon said in recalling the April 8 event, held at halftime of the Quakes’ game against the Seattle Sounders. “It was a very memorable night.”

Martin finds second family with Lancers

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St. Francis boys golf coach Tyler Martin, left, poses with players, from left, Andrew Hiebert, Jake Turley, Jeremy Villafuerte, Matt Adams and Tyson Dinsmore at last month’s De La Salle Invitational.

As he anxiously awaits his family’s arrival from Montana, Tyler Martin has found solace in his new job as coach of the St. Francis High boys golf team.

“It’s brutal being so far from my family,” said the St. Francis graduate, whose wife, 11-month-old son and two stepchildren plan to relocate to the area at the end of the school year. “Being away from them, this is what I look forward to in my week. It’s the highlight of my week.”

LA's Reelfs tosses another no-hitter

Alex Reelfs did it again. The junior pitched his second no-hitter of the season as the Los Altos High baseball team blanked Branham 6-0 Saturday in non-league play.

Unlike his first no-hitter – a 13-strikeout performance to open the season – “Reelfs relied on his defense, only striking out four and recording 15 of the remaining outs via the ground ball,” coach Gabe Stewart said.

Loads of locals land on all-league teams

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Mountain View’s Natasha Harris is the MVP of the De Anza Division.

All-league honors were recently awarded to varsity high school athletes participating in winter sports.

Athletes from Los Altos, Mountain View, St. Francis and Pinewood who earned such accolades are listed below.

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