Today is Thursday, June 20, 2013
Freshman Lauren Jacobs and senior Danny Yeager made the CCS All-time Top 100 list for their respective track and field events.
Despite competing against a number of badminton powerhouses throughout a difficult season, Los Altos’ badminton team was able to send one player to CCS at Monta Vista High School from Tuesday, May 21 to Thursday, May 23: sophomore Louis Hinnant.
The dodgeball competition heated up today, with several teams winning in shutouts and others going down to the last minute. The Talon Playa of the Day is sophomore Joey Malgesini, who led his team, Team Negative, to a thrilling 2-0 victory.
After two more exciting rounds of dodgeball today, May 21, we are now down to our final eight teams and down to our final day of dodgeball. The tournament has gone chalk for the most part, with six of the final eight teams being teams that received first-round byes.
After two more exciting rounds of dodgeball today, May 21, we are now down to our final eight teams and down to our final day of dodgeball. The tournament has gone chalk for the most part, with six of the final eight teams being teams that received first-round byes.Tweet
The boys tennis team had another strong season in the De Anza Division, finishing second behind Monta Vista. The team advanced to the quarterfinals of CCS and also had their two senior team captains, Spencer Simonides and Anthony Bello, win the CCS doubles championship for the second straight year.Tweet
Students at LAHS are involved in sports both inside and outside the school, and compete in sports that range from football to lacrosse to horseback riding, whether it be for competitive or recreational purposes. In the midst of this diversity, sophomore Adrien Costa competes in something many students do to simply get to school: biking.Tweet
Lacrosse paralleled the success of last year’s team by claiming the league title this season. Even though the team was relatively young this spring, it still managed to excel and meet its high expectations.Tweet
The varsity boys volleyball team showed the league exactly why they were the champions in emphatic fashion, clinching the El Camino championship title by defeating Fremont High School 3-0 on Friday, May 3. To say that the Eagles’ run was unexpected would be an understatement.Tweet
After crushing Branham High School 10-0 in the first round of CCS last Wednesday, the softball team continued its CCS run by defeating Saratoga High School 6-0 on Saturday, May 18 in the CCS quarterfinals at the San Jose PAL Stadium.Tweet
The boys tennis team had another strong season in the De Anza Division, finishing second behind Monta Vista High School. The team advanced to the CCS quarterfinals and also had their two team captains, seniors Spencer Simonides and Anthony Bello, win the CCS doubles championship for the second straight year.Tweet