Addie Ahlstrom, Brynn Brady and Tricia Zhang, Menlo School girls tennis
Ahlstrom, a junior, won the WBAL singles title and the team of sophomores Brynn Brady and Tricia Zhang also went 3-0 to take the doubles title in an all-Menlo final Saturday.
Jenna Flynn , Leland girls water polo
Poured in 10 goals and added two assists in a 15-5 victory over Willow Glen in the Blossom Valley Athletic League Mt. Hamilton Division championship match last Saturday. The sophomore played approximately two-and-a-half of the four quarters.
Lindsay and Nicole Halden, Los Altos field hockey
The twins played pivotal roles in a 3-0 victory over St. Francis to earn a first-round bye in the Central Coast Section playoffs. Lindsay notched her second hat trick of the season, while Nicole anchored a shutout on defense.
Madelyn Gamble, Carondelet girls golf
Posted the top score by a Bay Area athlete at the CIF NorCal Regional Girls Championship Monday at El Macero Country Club. Gamble tied for second overall with an outstanding score of three-under 69. Gamble was also second overall at the North Coast Section championships at Lone Tree Golf Course in Antioch with a score of two-under 70.
Jacqueline Ha, Dougherty Valley girls golf
Led the Wildcats to the CIF NorCal team title, as she placed eighth overall with a score of even-par 72. Dougherty Valley won by one stroke with a score of 371. Ha was also third overall at the NCS championships with a score of one-under 71, as the Wildcats also won that team title.
Brode Kai Alava, Benicia football
The 5-foot-9, 170-pound junior ran for touchdowns of 30 and 23 yards, plus returned an interception to the house in the second quarter of a 46-0 rout of Ygnacio Valley to clinch an outright DAL Valley title.
Jaclyn Laha, Amador Valley girls golf
Won the NCS championship with an impressive score of three-under 69 at Lone Tree Golf Club in Antioch.
Jackson Lataimua, Serra football
His 3-yard touchdown proved the difference in a matchup of previously unbeatens in the West Catholic Athletic League, as the Padres defeated Valley Christian by a 10-0 margin. A few day later, Lataimua committed to Washington State.
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Izaiah Nakanishi, Oak Grove football
Caught six passes for a jaw-dropping 230 yards and three touchdowns in the Eagles’ 41-0 victory over Leland. Oak Grove remained undefeated in the BVAL Mt. Hamilton Division, improving to 6-0.
Cameron Rynhard, Branham football
Rushed for 278 yards and five touchdowns on 26 carries in a 40-21 victory over Leigh, as the Bruins remained undefeated.
Sydney Sung, Palo Alto girls golf
Won the Central Coast Section championship at Laguna Seca Golf Course with a score of 70 and also led her squad to the team title. Sung also placed ninth overall at the NorCal Championships with a score of even-par 72, as Palo Alto’s team placed third with a score of 377 and advanced to the state championships on Nov. 19 at Poppy Hills Golf Course.
Simon Talauati, Sequoia football
The 5-foot-8 senior piled up 213 yards on 27 carries and found the end zone three times in a 34-21 victory over Menlo School.
Jack Vort, Jake Tsotadze and Luke Weigle, Sacred Heart Prep boys water polo
Vort notched a hat trick in a 9-8 victory over rival and neighbor Menlo School in the WCAL tournament championship game, while Tsotadze added two goal and an assist, with Weigle notching two goals, an exclusion and three steals.
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