Donning hot pink jerseys in honor of breast cancer awareness, the Palo Alto High School girls' volleyball team (16-3, 9-0) defeated Los Altos (14-12, 3-6) in four sets Tuesday night to remain undefeated in league play.
As the fans shouted encouragements and showed their love for their team, both the Palo Alto High School and Gunn High School's boys' water polo teams shook hands and joked around while their coaches hugged and congratulated each other.
Not many teams at Palo Alto High School can boast an undefeated record. Some teams are unable to even boast about having a winning record. The Paly girls’ soccer team, can proudly boast both of those things as they shut out Fremont High School (0-11-0) 5-0, in the last game of the regular season.
There are several constants at Paly that you can count on to occur throughout the year. The senior deck will get vandalized, administration will make a controversial decision that heavily affects students and the Palo Alto High School girls’ soccer team will dominate its competition.
The Palo Alto High School baseball team's (23-6-1, 12-2) season came to a close after a loss to Valley Christian High School (16-15, 6-8) in the first round of the Central Coast Section playoff on Thursday, despite holding the number one seed.
The Palo Alto High School girls' soccer team (16-2-1, 10-1-1) saw its season come to a close after a heartbreaking loss in penalty kicks, 4-3, to Archbishop Mitty High School (14-2-5, 8-1-3) in the first round of the Central Coast Section Open Division playoffs on Saturday.
The Palo Alto High School boys’ soccer team (14-1-4, 9-0-3) ended its season when it fell to Watsonville High School Wildatz (14-2-5, 7-2-3), 3-2, in overtime of the Central Coast Section playoff quarterfinals, ending its season-long undefeated streak on Saturday at the Viking Stadium.