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Menlo-Atherton Frosh-Soph Boys Basketball takes 1st Place

Original post made by CalFan on Feb 16, 2009

The M-A Frosh-Soph Boys Basketball team clinched first place in the Peninsula Athletic (PAL) League Southern Division for the second year in a row. The M-A Bears compiled a league record of 7 – 1, beating the Woodside High Wildcats in the final game of the season on February 12th by a score of 44 to 30. The M-A Bears also took the Bear Classic earlier this year, defeating the Palo Alto Vikings in the championship game by a score of 37-35.

Team: Christian Perkins, Jesse Perkins, Miles Weiss, Walbank Mahoney, Zach Cantu, Michael Culhane, McKinley Mathon, Chase Warren, Chris, Bill Thomsen, Coach Tino Mendoza (not shown – Wes Hagman, Stoss Dela Morte)

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