On Thursday May 9th, Menlo-Atherton’s Varsity baseball team took on the Woodside Wildcats in their final regular season game. The stakes of the game were very simple; winner makes playoffs, loser goes home. The bears fought hard for seven full innings and ended up taking down the Cats in a final score of 4-2.
Unified Track · M-A sweeps PAL track championships
May 06 Boys Varsity Baseball at Menlo School 4:00 pm May 06 Boys Junior Varsity Baseball vs. South San Francisco High School 4:00 pm | M-A May 07 Girls Varsity Softball at South San Francisco High School 4:00 pm | South San Francisco High School May 07 Boys Varsity Baseball vs. Woodside High School
Boys Varsity Volleyball · Bears beat Capuchino High School in 5 for Senior Night!
The M-A Varsity Boys Volleyball team finished out their season with a five-set win over Capuchino High School on May 2nd! Almost every set was a nail-biter, ending in the fifth, 15-13. This was also M-A’s senior night, celebrating the only senior, Kobie Barker, who played on the right side. Coach Jairo Sierra said; “I
News · Fall 2019 Tryouts!
Information for fall tryouts appears below for each team. Go Bears! Cross Country: Practice and tryouts will be starting officially on August 12 at 3 o’clock sharp on the M-A track. Make sure you are cleared for sports well beforehand, and ready to run that first day. Also contact the head coach today, Eric Wilmurt firstname.lastname@example.org to
Boys Varsity Golf · M-A’s Jackson Lee dons PAL Bay boys golf crown
Boys Varsity Tennis · An all-M-A boys tennis singles final in PAL tournament
Boys Varsity Swimming · M-A alumnus, Tod Spieker, inducted into the Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame for his swimming accomplishments
Boys Varsity Baseball · M-A baseball gains on league leader
Boys Varsity Golf · Boys golf wins Mustang Invitational
The M-A boys golf team won 1st place at the St. Vincent High School Mustang Invitational tournament on Monday. There were about 20 teams and we shot 301 ahead of Menlo High School coming in 2nd place shooting a 318. Individually, Junior, Max Reyes shot a low 69 (-3) to come in first and Senior,