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Sports - May 13, 2011

Sports Shorts

OF LOCAL NOTE . . . Pinewood senior basketball standout Hailie Eackles has earned another slew of honors, this time from Cal-Hi Sports. Eackles was named the state's Most Valuable Player for Division V girls in addition to being named to the all-state first team for that division. Eackles also was named third team all-state for all divisions. Earlier, Eackles received Division V MVP honors and second-team all-state accolades from MaxPreps. Also named to the Division V all-state team were two Pinewood teammates, senior guards Kelsey Morehead and Mirando Seto. They, along with Eackles, led the Panthers to back-to-back state titles. Senior guard Ahjalee Harvey of Eastside Prep also received Division V all-state honors as did Castilleja senior forward Natasha von Kaeppler, who recently changed her mind on her college choice and will attend Stanford next season instead of Yale . . . Menlo Park resident Tim Goode recently received a first-place award for Best Website from the Outdoor Writers Association of California (OWAC). Goode received the award for his site. . . . The Nike Win Forever Workshop, featuring Stanford football coach David Shaw and Pete Carroll of the Seattle Seahawks, will be held Sunday at Stanford Stadium from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Shaw, Carroll and the Win Forever staff will offer free coaching workshops for coaches and community leaders.

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