High schools don’t hang banners for winning summer league. Still, the Los Altos High boys basketball team feels pretty good about its success this summer. The Eagles won their 14-team summer league by beating Los Gatos in the title game last month at Mountain View High. “I don’t want to put too much stock into summer league,” coach Trevor Naas said, “but it’s nice to see the progress.”After a slow start, the Eagles got into a groove and finished the two-month season on an eight-game winning streak.
He never played for or coached at the school, yet few people can match Joe Schram’s contributions to St. Francis High athletics. The longtime Los Altos resident, who died Aug. 1 at age 86, devoted more than 40 years of his life to the Lancers. Schram announced games, kept stats and records, took photos and wrote media guides – all as a volunteer. “He was amazing,” said former St. Francis boys basketball coach Steve Filios, who knew Schram for 30 years.
Killian McHugh wants to make Los Altos High girls soccer great again. “I want to build up the program and hopefully get it in a far better place than we are now,” said the team’s new varsity coach. Not that the Eagles are in a bad place. Los Altos is defending champion of the Santa Clara Valley Athletic League El Camino Division – which it won with an 11-1 record – and finished 14-6-2 overall after losing to Woodside in the Central Coast Section Division I quarterfinals last February.
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