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All Teams Schedule: Week of Feb 17 – Feb 23

Feb 18 Boys Junior Varsity Baseball at Fremont High School Scrimmage 3:30 pm | Fremont High School Feb 18 Boys Varsity Baseball vs. Fremont High School Scrimmage 3:30 pm | M-A Feb 21 Girls Unified Wrestling at CCS Championships TBA | Independence High School Feb 21 Boys Unified Wrestling at CCS Championships TBA | Independence

CCS Junior of the Year TROY FRANKLIN, MENLO-ATHERTON

http://www.prep2prep.com/sports/boysfootball/2019/SeasonHonors/norcal/CCS/SeasonHonorsJunior.aspx Prep2Prep 2019 CCS Football Honors Menlo-Atherton’s Troy Franklin is the Prep2Prep CCS Junior of the Year. (Courtesy of PierrePierre Productions) CCS Junior of the Year TROY FRANKLIN, MENLO-ATHERTON ETHAN KASSEL Prep2Prep Senior Contributor Everyone knew the ball was going to Troy Franklin. He knew it, his teammates knew it, the Wilcox players and coaching staff

M-A Ties Woodside

https://www.smdailyjournal.com/sports/local/tie-costs-woodside/article_c6c4ec7e-4ef1-11ea-aec3-bb9750485f59.html By Nathan Mollat, Daily Journal Staff 10 hrs ago Facebook Twitter Email M-A’ defender Lexi Quinn, left, and Woodside striker Angeni Garcia battle for possession of the ball during a 2-2 draw that cost the Wildcats a chance at PAL Bay Division title when Carlmont beat Sequoia. Nathan Mollat/Daily Journal Facebook Twitter Email Print Save Like two

M-A deals Ravens tough loss

https://www.smdailyjournal.com/sports/local/m-a-deals-ravens-tough-loss/article_ed31d252-496d-11ea-8534-73efd4fbfa6d.html   Menlo-Atherton’s Juliet Dineen directs a header on goal in the first half of the Bears’ 1-0 win over Sequoia in a key PAL Bay Division match in Atherton Thursday. Nathan Mollat/Daily Journal Facebook Twitter Email Print Save Every team has at least one clunker of a game during the season. One of those games where nothing

M-A honors their student-athletes on National Signing Day

https://www.paloaltoonline.com/news/2020/02/05/m-a-honors-their-student-athletes-on-national-signing-day M-A honors their student-athletes on National Signing Day Left to right: Audrey Koren, Natalie Grover, Marit Hoyem, Jacqueline Kelly. Photo by Lara Hoyem. Uate Uhila (left) and Justin Anderson. Photo by Lara Hoyem.   Justin Anderson, who will be playing football at Washington State next season, was one of 16 Menlo-Atherton student-athletes honored by

M-A boys win, take over PAL Bay Division soccer lead

https://www.paloaltoonline.com/news/2020/02/03/m-a-boys-win-take-over-pal-bay-division-soccer-lead M-A boys win, take over PAL Bay Division soccer lead by Rick Eymer/Palo Alto Sports Online Cyprien Boustiha made big plays on defense for M-A. Photo by Bob Dahlberg/@bobd_photo.   The Menlo-Atherton boys soccer team thinks it’s good enough for the Open Division in the Central Coast Section playoffs that will start later this

M-A girls string together 24-0 run in hoops win over Carlmont

https://www.paloaltoonline.com/news/2020/02/01/m-a-girls-string-together-24-0-run-in-hoops-win-over-carlmont M-A girls string together 24-0 run in hoops win over Carlmont Menlo, M-A boys remain unbeaten in WBAL, PAL respectively M-A’s Nick Tripaldi scored 10 points in Friday’s win over Carlmont. Photo by Bob Dahlberg. Nell Fahey scored five of her 10 points in the third quarter. Photo by Bob Dahlberg/@bobd_photo.   SEE MORE

Girls Golfer of the Year: M-A’s Nathalie Benrey

https://www.smdailyjournal.com/sports/girls-golfer-of-the-year-m-a-s-nathalie-benrey/article_9557acf0-3833-11ea-8a9e-73adc62d96ed.html Girls Golfer of the Year: M-A’s Nathalie Benrey By Terry Bernal Daily Journal Staff Golf doesn’t get anywhere near the fanfare of other high school sports. If it did, the Menlo-Atherton Sixth Man Club would have been raining down chants of — “She a sophomore!” — after Nathalie Benrey’s epic win at the Peninsula