Friday, April 28, 2017

Blossom Valley (High School) Athletic League

Blossom Valley Athletic League From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Blossom Valley Athletic League (BVAL) is a high school athletic conference part of the CIF Central Coast Section of the California Interscholastic Federation.[1] It comprises 24 high schools generally around San Jose, California. The schools are separated into three divisions, the Mt. Hamilton, Santa Teresa, and West Valley. Schools are placed in divisions based on the strength of each specific sports program as reassessed at the end of each season. The league claims the philosophy of power leagues have made this a model program. Contents [hide] 1 Members 1.1 Mt. Hamilton Division 1.2 Santa Teresa Division 1.3 West Valley Division 2 References Members[edit] Football divisions for 2014[2] Mt. Hamilton Division[edit] Independence High School Leigh High School Leland High School Oak Grove High School Piedmont Hills High School Pioneer High School Santa Teresa High School Willow Glen High School Santa Teresa Division[edit] Evergreen Valley High School Gunderson High School Lincoln High School Live Oak High School San Jose High School Silver Creek High School Ann Sobrato High School Westmont High School West Valley Division[edit] Andrew Hill High School Branham High School Del Mar High School James Lick High School Mt. Pleasant High School Overfelt High School Prospect High School Yerba Buena High School References[edit] 1.Jump up ^ 2.Jump up ^ Categories: California high school athletic leagues

West Valley Athletic League

West Valley Athletic League From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The West Valley Athletic League was a high school athletic league under the auspices of the CIF Central Coast Section. The league generally covered the schools of the Campbell Union High School District and Los Gatos-Saratoga Joint Union High School District. The league was formed in the mid 1960s (the league had formed by 1965)[1] with the advent of new schools. Older schools like Campbell and Los Gatos had previously played in the Santa Clara Valley Athletic League. As schools closed the league reformatted and many of the remaining schools joined what became the West Valley Division of the Blossom Valley Athletic League. Members[edit] The schools included:[2] Blackford High School closed 1991 Branham High School opened 1967, closed 1991, reopened 1999 Camden High School closed 1980 Campbell High School closed 1980 Del Mar High School opened 1959 Leigh High School opened 1962 Los Gatos High School left in 1988 Prospect High School opened 1968 Saratoga High School (left in 1976)[3] Westmont High School opened 1964 References[edit] 1.Jump up ^ 2.Jump up ^ 3.Jump up ^ Categories: California high school athletic leagues


SANTA CLARA VALLEY ATHLETIC LEAGUE Originally established in 1973 the SCVAL consisted of 13 schools; Awalt Buchser Cupertino Fremont Homestead Los Altos Lynbrook Monta Vista Mountain View Peterson Santa Clara Sunnyvale Wilcox In 1974 the league split into two divisions; the De Anza League (DAL) and the El Camino League (ECL). Over the course of the last 30 years the SCVAL has undergone many changes: •In 1976, Saratoga transferred from the West Valley Athletic League (WVAL) to the DAL. •In 1981 Sunnyvale closed its doors and St. Francis joined the Girls Division. •Around 1982, Mt. View closed and took up where Awalt was housed. •Also around 1982, Santa Clara did the same by replacing Buchser. •Circa 1983, Peterson was turned into a Middle School. •In 1988 Los Gatos joined the DAL •In 2002 St Francis left the DAL to join the WCAL (West Coast Athletic League). Today, the league is a 14 school super league with Boys and Girls teams divided into two leagues (or divisions). The DAL (strong) and El Camino (weak) leagues are different for every sport within the SCVAL. Current members include: Cupertino High School 10100 Finch Avenue Cupertino, CA 95014 Fremont High School 1279 Sunnyvale-Saratoga Rd. Sunnyvale, CA 94087 Gunn High School 780 Arastradero Road Palo Alto, CA 94306 Homestead High School 21370 Homestead Rd Cupertino, CA 95014 Los Altos High School 201 Almond Avenue Los Altos, CA 94022 Los Gatos High School 20 High School Court Los Gatos, CA 95030 Lynbrook High School 1280 Johnson Avenue San Jose, CA 95129 Milpitas High School 1285 Escuela Parkway Milpitas, CA 95035 Monta Vista High School 21840 McClellan Rd Cupertino, CA 95014 Mountain View High School 3535 Truman Ave Mountain View, CA 94040 Palo Alto High School 50 Embarcadero Road Palo Alto, CA 94301 Santa Clara High School 3000 Benton Street Santa Clara, CA 95051 Saratoga High School 20300 Herriman Avenue Saratoga, CA 95070 Wilcox High School 3250 Monroe Street Santa Clara, CA 95051

Valley (Junior High School) Athletic League serves Cupertino, Los Altos, Mountain View-Whisman, and Sunnyvale School Districts.

The Valley Athletic League is proud to serve the Cupertino, Los Altos, Mountain View-Whisman, and Sunnyvale School Districts. Each district has their own registration/enrollment process for After School Sports. Please contact your school's Athletic Director if you are unsure about your school's process. This after school sports league provides opportunity for our community athletes to experience a variety of sports, interscholastic competition, team play and sportsmanship. Overview The VAL After-School Sports League allows the participants to experience inter-school competition, team play and sportsmanship. It is the goal of this league to provide an inter-school athletic program to as many students as possible. The program offers sport-specific instruction and reinforces the principles of self-esteem building, self-discipline and conscientious sportsmanship by student-athletes, coaches, referees, parents and administrators. During the 2016-2017 school year, there will be 11 schools participating in the VAL. This includes schools in Los Altos, Mountain View, Cupertino, Sunnyvale and San Jose. We are pleased with our continuing relationship with these schools, as it has provided us with a wide base of competition for our after school sports league. Click the name of the school below if you would like to go to that school's homepage. Click the Athletic Director's name if you would like to send him/her an email. School Athletic Director(s) Blach Intermediate School Pat Koren and Steve Kane Columbia Middle School Miali Reynoso Crittenden Middle School Marco Arce Cupertino Middle School Jina Button Egan Junior High School Christy Eustice and Can Huynh Graham Middle School Jeff Harter and Merlene Saunders Hyde Middle School Sue Smith Kennedy Middle School Larry Blair and Wade Nakamura Lawson Middle School Gil Vasquez and Todd Butler Miller Middle School Brian Yoshikawa Sunnyvale Middle School TBD --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Awards Coordinator: Steve Kane League Chairman: Jeff Bernstein

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Nice completely remodeled house in Santa Clara 95051 near San Tomas & El Camino Real.

Nice completely remodeled house in Santa Clara 95051 near San Tomas & El Camino Real.

Bowers Elementary
Juan Cabrillo Middle
Adrian Wilcox High

Potentially excellent deal, as long as you don't believe Asian/Indian superstitions.

The house is completely remodeled.  Most likely what is happening is Asian/Indian buyers do not like that the house number is 2440 and that the front door opens up to a T-intersection.

Santa Clara