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Palo Alto girls remain unbeaten in lacrosse

Phoebe Kim scores against Los Altos in a 2019 playoff game. Courtesy Jenna Hickey.

Phoebe Kim scored seven goals and the Palo Alto girls lacrosse team beat visiting Menlo-Atherton, 12-6, in a nonleague contest Monday to remain unbeaten in four games.

M-A's Amelia Poirer. Courtesy Bob Dahlberg/@bobd_photo.

Rachel Ellisen added three goals and Laney Henry scored twice for the Vikings, who are scheduled to host Wilcox in a Santa Clara Valley Athletic League game Saturday.

Lilly Cobos scored three goals for the Bears (1-4), who are scheduled to host Mitty in a West Bay Athletic League contest Wednesday.

Megan Cobos scored twice and Amelia Poirer also netted a goal for M-A.

Henry also recorded five draw controls while Kim and Lulu Gaither each recorded three.

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In another nonleague contest, Ellie Noto and Ava Shenk each scored three goals to lead Sacred Heart Prep past host Woodside, 16-4.

Shenk added three assists and Noto recorded a pair for the Gators (3-1), who travel to play St. Francis in a West Bay Athletic League match.

Ellie Noto (shown in a 2019 game) scored three goals in SHP's win over Woodside. Courtesy SHP Athletics.

Genna Gibbons, Kat Showalter and Tess Espinosa each scored twice for SHP. Kalista Hurel added a goal and three assists.

In a WBAL Skyline match, Priory fell to first-place (tied with Woodside) Burlingame, 21-10.

In a West Catholic Athletic League boys match Monday, Sacred Heart Prep drilled visiting Sacred Heart Cathedral, 29-2 as Max Sloat scored five goals.

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Kai Lockton scored four times and Ben Ramsey three as 15 different Gators (3-1-1) scored in the contest.

Sloat added four assists, while Eric Bollar and Will Garlinghouse each had three.

Elsewhere, Palo Alto beat host Sequoia.

Gunn's Sebastian Caledera sets for Zach Chang. Courtesy Jenna Hickey.

Palo Alto beat Lynbrook, 7-1, on Monday. The Vikings (1-1) host Gunn (4-0) on Wednesday afternoon. Courtesy Karen Ambrose Hickey.

In other sports, the Palo Alto boys volleyball team downed visiting Gunn in three sets, the Paly girls softball topped Lynbrook, 7-1, the Sacred Heart Prep boys golf team downed The King's Academy, 218-247, at Sharon Heights Golf and Country Club, and the Menlo-Atherton girls swamped host Sequoia in a girls water polo match.

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Palo Alto girls remain unbeaten in lacrosse

Uploaded: Tue, Apr 27, 2021, 6:57 am
Updated: Tue, Apr 27, 2021, 2:25 pm

Phoebe Kim scored seven goals and the Palo Alto girls lacrosse team beat visiting Menlo-Atherton, 12-6, in a nonleague contest Monday to remain unbeaten in four games.

Rachel Ellisen added three goals and Laney Henry scored twice for the Vikings, who are scheduled to host Wilcox in a Santa Clara Valley Athletic League game Saturday.

Lilly Cobos scored three goals for the Bears (1-4), who are scheduled to host Mitty in a West Bay Athletic League contest Wednesday.

Megan Cobos scored twice and Amelia Poirer also netted a goal for M-A.

Henry also recorded five draw controls while Kim and Lulu Gaither each recorded three.

In another nonleague contest, Ellie Noto and Ava Shenk each scored three goals to lead Sacred Heart Prep past host Woodside, 16-4.

Shenk added three assists and Noto recorded a pair for the Gators (3-1), who travel to play St. Francis in a West Bay Athletic League match.

Genna Gibbons, Kat Showalter and Tess Espinosa each scored twice for SHP. Kalista Hurel added a goal and three assists.

In a WBAL Skyline match, Priory fell to first-place (tied with Woodside) Burlingame, 21-10.

In a West Catholic Athletic League boys match Monday, Sacred Heart Prep drilled visiting Sacred Heart Cathedral, 29-2 as Max Sloat scored five goals.

Kai Lockton scored four times and Ben Ramsey three as 15 different Gators (3-1-1) scored in the contest.

Sloat added four assists, while Eric Bollar and Will Garlinghouse each had three.

Elsewhere, Palo Alto beat host Sequoia.

In other sports, the Palo Alto boys volleyball team downed visiting Gunn in three sets, the Paly girls softball topped Lynbrook, 7-1, the Sacred Heart Prep boys golf team downed The King's Academy, 218-247, at Sharon Heights Golf and Country Club, and the Menlo-Atherton girls swamped host Sequoia in a girls water polo match.

Rick Eymer

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