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Branham, helping the Vikings earn a split of two non-league home matches. Lynbrook started the season with a win, using Tatley's hat trick to beat Willow Glen 6-2. Although Tatley powered in a couple more goals against Branham, the visiting Bruins
Francis in the Central Coast Section Open Division semifinals, another anemic quarter left the No. Lynbrook girls down 10 heading into the fourth quarter of the third-place game against No...Just like the 15-5 final period against the Lancers on Feb.
Lynbrook's girls were 5-0 in the rugged De Anza Division and 15-2 overall after beating Milpitas 48-35 and Gunn 45-28. Meanwhile, the Fremont boys were 5-0 in the El Camino Division and 13-4 overall after a 67-39 home victory against Monta Vista.
The win, which followed a 0-0 tie with Wilcox last Friday, improved Lynbrook's division record to 1-2-1 and its overall mark to 3-4-2. Meanwhile, first-place Santa Clara raised its record to 4-0-1 with a 3-0 shutout at Cupertino, the Bruins staying
For the Vikings, who improved their overall record to a glossy 13-1, it was the second victory in three Santa Clara Valley Athletic League De Anza Division games. Double-digit scoring by sophomore center Sara Dyslin (12 points), junior guard Jackie
Francis in the Central Coast Section Division II playoffs on Feb. 26, marking the first time in 20 years that the Vikings advanced to the semifinals. Day delivered double digits and team highs in points (13) and rebounds (10) and helped No. Lynbrook