Sports on the Side

Tennis classes start Feb. 24 in Mtn. View

Mountain View Tennis’ spring recreation classes are scheduled to start Feb. 24 at Cuesta, Rengstorff, Whisman and Cooper parks. Sessions are offered in the day and at night for all ages and skill levels. Fees vary by class. To register and for more information, call 967-5955 or visit mountainviewtennis.net.

Wellness run/walk scheduled March 10

The seventh annual Girls to Women Margaret Geis Wright Wellness 5K Run/Walk is slated March 10 at Shoreline Park in Mountain View. Billed as a community-building event, it supports the nonprofit Girls to Women, a grassroots organization that serves upwards of 60 girls a year with intensive, individualized school-year and summer enrichment programs. Registration is $10-$40 (depending on age and residency), free for ages 5 and under. Registration is set to begin at 8 a.m. and the race at 9 a.m. For more information, visit girlstowomen.webconnex.com/5k2018.

Fourteen MVLA soccer players commit to colleges

The Mountain View-Los Altos Soccer Club announced last week that 14 of its players have committed to colleges.

Boys and girls from 12 high schools are slated to put pen to paper today, National Letter of Intent signing day.

Win by Nguyen enables Spartans to defeat Eagles in league meet


Nhiem Nguyen/Special to the Town Crier
Mountain View High’s Tai Nguyen, top, wrestles Los Altos High’s Jason Klemens in last week’s match. Nguyen’s 13-4 victory lifted the Spartans to a 31-27 league win over the visiting Eagles.

Although he knew the meet was close, Mountain View High’s Tai Nguyen said he didn’t look at the score before stepping onto the wrestling mat. The 120-pounder was focused on beating Los Altos’ Jason Klemens in the final match of the night.

Nguyen wasn’t in the dark for long – before he could make a move, his teammates told him that the meet was in his hands – but the freshman didn’t flinch.

With help from Los Altos Hills residents, young Gunn on path toward CCS playoffs


Sherril Green/Special to the Town Crier
Los Altos Hills resident Molly Wilkinson, left, is one of nine freshmen on the Gunn High girls soccer team.

The Gunn High girls soccer team is proof that experience isn’t everything.

Despite being the youngest squad in the Santa Clara Valley Athletic League El Camino Division, the Titans sit in second place with three games remaining.


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