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Flying Solo: Senior Meg Niu represents MVHS golf at CCS

Flying Solo: Senior Meg Niu represents MVHS golf at CCS

Aditya Dash

November 14, 2017


Filed under SPORTS

[su_dropcap]A[/su_dropcap]t age seven, Meg Niu could be spotted next to her father on the  golf course holding her very own set of plastic golf clubs and pretending to be a golfer like her dad. She loved to play around with the clubs and swing at the ball, pretending to be a professional. With a passion...

Girls golf: Team loses tight game against Lynbrook HS

Girls golf: Team loses tight game against Lynbrook HS

Roshan Fernandez

September 30, 2017


Filed under Fall Sports, Girls Golf, SPORTS

[dropcap]S[/dropcap]ilence spreads throughout the course and the only sounds are the whispers of onlookers and the squeaking of wheels from carts and bags making their way across the manicured grass. Streaks of lavender, cream, white and dark blue can be seen in the distance making their way across the...

A look back: Girls golf’s trip to CCS

A look back: Girls golf’s trip to CCS

Akshara Majjiga

December 9, 2016


Filed under Fall Sports, Girls Golf, SPORTS

[dropcap]T[/dropcap]he first incongruity that both sophomore Tiffany Chen and junior Meg Niu noticed when they arrived in Rancho Cañada East Course in Carmel early in the morning on Nov. 1 was the giant scoreboard above the course. The board was adorned with papers with different names and scores, and...

MVHS Varsity Golf Team: Team bonding with practice

MVHS Varsity Golf Team: Team bonding with practice

Akshara Majjiga

September 13, 2016


Filed under Fall Sports, Girls Golf, SPORTS, Sports, Sports Digital

They sit at a secluded bench, waiting for the rest of their team to arrive. It’s hidden in the shade of a building right in front of Blackberry Farm, where people of all ages are playing golf on the green. They laugh, wonder where the rest of their team is and greet them as they come one by one. T...

GIRLS GOLF: Matadors lose to Homestead and Lynbrook 121-109-109

GIRLS GOLF: Matadors lose to Homestead and Lynbrook 121-109-109

Karen Feng

September 15, 2012


Filed under Fall Sports, Game Reviews, Girls Golf, SPORTS

On Sept. 13, six members of the girls golf team faced off against Homestead and Lynbrook High Schools in their fifth match of the season at Cupertino’s Deep Cliff Golf Course. Despite an individual win by captain senior Prianka Singh, the Matadors lost 121-109-109 as the team continued its losing...

GIRLS GOLF: Matadors lose season opener match against Saratoga

GIRLS GOLF: Matadors lose season opener match against Saratoga

Karen Feng

September 5, 2012


Filed under Fall Sports, Game Reviews, Girls Golf, SPORTS

MVHS’ nine-member girls golf team kicked off its third season with its first match on Sept. 4. Playing at Deep Cliff Golf Course against Saratoga High School, the Matadors were defeated 192-177. Captain senior Prianka Singh had the lowest number of strokes in the game with a score of 38, eig...