Monte Vista Men's Varsity Soccer went head to head with Livermore High School on Feb. 3. For almost the entire game, Livermore was leading Monte Vista, 1-0. With only 10 minutes left on the clock, senior Kenny Luke caught the Cowboys off guard, and put one in the back of the net, tying it up. After this surprising goal, Livermore came back full force, but keeper Gabe Sandler was able to hold them off.
With four minutes left in the game, senior Parker Doliber scored another goal with a perfect finish. The Mustangs took the lead, and defeated Livermore with a final score of 2-1.
Monte Vista Women's Basketball faced Foothill High on Feb. 4. Monte Vista dominated the match, outscoring Foothill 59-40. After the first quarter, the Mustangs led 12-0. Princeton-bound senior Niveen Rasheed had 17 points and seven steals. Other key players included Senior Alexandria Whalen, with 14 points.
The following Friday, Monte Vista played Cal High on their home court. The lady Stangs stomped their competition, beating them 67-24. Top players included juniors Dani Rabago and Krystal Mizono, both of whom had two 3-pointers. Rasheed had seven steals, while fellow senior Nicole Vigar had five.
Monte Vista is currently first place in East Bay Athletic League and has an undefeated 10-0 record for the league season.
After an easy win against Foothill High on Feb. 3, with a score of 61-29, Monte Vista Men's Basketball challenged California High School in San Ramon the following Friday. Once again, the mustangs dominated, beating Cal 72-54.
Seniors Brian Barbour, Justin Sra, Tyrelle Phillips and Zack Ertz helped lead their team to victory, and added another win to their 9-1 EBAL record.
Women's Varsity Soccer faced off against Livermore High and Carondelet High during the week of Feb. 2. The Mustangs dominated both games, winning 2-0 in both matches.
Sophomore Katie Vaughan and junior Brynne Bedgood scored against Livermore, and sophomores Brynne Terry and Sami Schrakamp scored against Carondelet.
Monte Vista is currently in second place in EBAL, but the final standings will be determined after this week's games against Amador High and cross-town rivals San Ramon Valley.