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Spring sports scores summarized

Spring sports scores summarized

Reported by Samantha Rubinstein and Cynthia Moir

Boys’ Volleyball:

-JV: 9-5

-V: 14-0 & Won CCS

“The team so far has completed our first three team goals: win league, go undefeated in league, and win CCS. Our last goal is to win Norcals. We play our best when we just have a good time together.” -Jake Stuebner, Varsity team captain



Girls- JV: 9-4-2, V: 2-11

“The best experience was our last game where the team all worked together and got all 6 players who never scored before to each score a goal. It showed a lot of teamwork. selflessness and pride. It was a great ending to our season.”-Andrea Keinath, Varsity coach

Boys- JV: 8-2-2, V: 5-5

“We did a lot better than last year. It’s really neat to see how everyone improved over the offseason. It showed during our games.” -Joe Guthart, JV team captain


Girls’ Softball:

-JV: 9-3

-Varsity: 15-9 & continuing in CCS

“We fell a little short of our goal in winning the league, but I am proud of the overall effort. The most memorable moment of the season for me was when Jackie Olivares and Emma Bice hit a homerun in the same game.”-David Campbell, Varsity Coach


Boys’ Baseball:

-JV: 9-3

-V: 4-10

“We had a rough start to the season but we continued to improve and it payed off for us” -Ryan Hammell, JV player


Co-ed Badminton:

-JV: 7-5

-V: 5-7

“This year we had a lot of new players. We appreciate the time and effort of all the players in improving their skills and making the season an enjoyable one. We hope many of them will continue to play next year.” -Susan Imai, Varsity Coach

Boys’ Tennis:

-JV: 8-2

-V: 6-6

“This season was extremely successful. We had great synergy and a solid atmosphere compare to previous years. Props to coach Gianni for being awesome.” -Phillip Chang, JV team captain



-V: 4-3

“JV swim was an overall great experience. I met a lot of new people from all corners of mountain view, got in good shape, and had a fun time while doing it.” -Annie Iverson JV swimmer



-MV Varsity girls came in 2nd in the league

“It was a lot of fun this year to have a bigger team (all 7 of us) because we were able to really compete as a team, instead of just individually. Everybody really stepped up to contribute and put out some great routines when it counted” -Elaine Silverman (Varsity)



“Diving at Mountain View is a great experience because it brings together so many different people. You also get to tan and catch up on every grades gossip three days a week and it’s not a super hard workout #10/10 #wouldreccomend”-Cameron Conway



Girls- JV: 1-6, V: 2-6

Boys- Frosh/Soph: 0-6, V: 2-6

“Although we didn’t win many meets, a lot of people were successful in getting PRs (personal records) and individually did amazing at their own events!”

-Ryan Sturges JV runner

“The team this year was extremely lucky to have such stable coaches who motivated us and who understood any problems that arose during the season. They contributed to a less  cliquey team than has existed in the past and thus a more positive experience for not only our talented incoming freshmen class, but for the squad as a whole.” -Amy Lynch Varsity Runner


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