Klara Astrom, Pinewood basketball: In a 58-47 loss to Windward-Los Angeles in the Open Division state championship game at Golden 1 Center in Sacramento, she contributed 15 points, eight rebounds, four assists and a steal.
Cole Gillis, Branham volleyball: In a five-set loss to neighborhood rival Leigh, Gillis finished with a career-high 32 kills. The junior reached double figures in kills in each of Branhams first six matches and is the programs all-time leader in kills with 682.
Brett Hansen, Foothill baseball: The senior struck out 10 in six innings as Foothill defeated Granada 4-0 in East Bay Athletic League play. The outcome improved Hansens record to 2-0 and kept his ERA at 0.00 over four appearances and 15 innings.
Max Heverly, Amador Valley baseball: Went 3 for 3, drove in a run and scored a run as Amador Valley defeated Livermore 5-2. Heverly began this week hitting .571 (12 for 21) on the season.
Tyler Jack, Leigh volleyball: Had a season-high 24 kills as the Longhorns outlasted rival Branham in five sets. Leigh began this week 13-4 overall and 3-0 in the Blossom Valley Athletic Leagues Mount Hamilton Division.
Thomas Karpishin, Hillsdale baseball: Threw a no-hitter with seven strikeouts and no walks as Hillsdale defeated Terra Nova 5-0 in a Peninsula Athletic League Bay Division opener.
Justin Kuhns and Carson Yates, Leland baseball: Each had two hits and drove in two runs as Leland, trailing by eight, erupted for nine runs in the top of the seventh to stun Westmont 9-8 in a Blossom Valley Athletic League Mount Hamilton Division game.
Ila Lane, Woodside Priory basketball: Finished with 20 points, 17 rebounds and six blocks while playing all 32 minutes in her teams 57-53 loss to Rolling Hills in the Division IV state title game at Golden 1 Center in Sacramento.
Henry Larkin, Oakland Tech track and field: Took first at the Oakland Invitational Relays at Laney College in the 200 (23.32 seconds) and 400 (49.00).
Jeremy Lea, Foothill baseball: Had four hits in six at-bats including a triple and a home run as Foothill opened East Bay Athletic League play with a 4-0 win over Granada and a 7-3 win over Dublin, improving its record to 7-0 overall.
Robert Miranda, Menlo track and field: The Yale-bound senior ran the mile in 4:17.59 sixth-best nationally this season to finish third in the championship race at the Azusa Pacific Meet of Champions.
Haley Painter, Antioch softball: Freshman helped lead Antioch to a third-place finish at a tournament in San Diego, going 9 for 14 with four doubles, a home run and eight RBIs.
Robert Prince, Las Lomas basketball: Led his team with 24 points and seven rebounds while playing all 32 minutes in a 73-68 loss to Chino Hills in the Division I state championship game at Golden 1 Center in Sacramento.
Luke Short, Los Gatos baseball: Threw a complete-game one-hitter with seven strikeouts and just one walk as Los Gatos cruised past Milpitas 9-0 in Santa Clara Valley Athletic League De Anza Division play. Short also went 2 for 4 with an RBI.
Charlotte Tomkinson and Kyra Pretre, Menlo track and field: The sophomores both ran under 2 minutes, 15 seconds in the 800 at the Azusa Pacific Meet of Champions. Tomkinson placed fourth in 2:14.30 and Pretre took fifth in 2:14.85, personal bests for both. Tomkinsons time ranks ninth in the state and Pretres ranks 13th.
Courtni Thompson, Pinewood basketball: On the states biggest stage the Open Division championship game the freshman had 14 points on 5-of-8 shooting, grabbed five rebounds and added two steals and a block in her teams 58-47 loss to Windward-Los Angeles.
Benno Zecic, Alameda basketball: Scored 16 points on 7-of-13 shooting, to go with four assists and three steals, but the Hornets fell short in the Division II state championship game at Golden 1 Center in Sacramento, losing to Crossroads-Santa Monica 59-53.
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