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Tuesday, April 7 - 6:00-7:00pm
Monday, May 11 - 6:00-7:30pm
Monday, June 8 - 6:00-8:00pm
Registration is held at the Mountain View Community Center
201 S. Rengstorff Ave, Mountain View
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Marauders Jr. Pee Wee Cheer - National Champions
Jr. Midget Cheer - 7th place Nationals
Midget Cheer - 6th place Nationals
Great job by all the teams.
They represented Mountain View and the Pacific Northwest at their best.
Marauders Cheer sweep at Regionals
All teams advance to Nationals
Jr. Pee Wee Cheer - 1st Place Level 2 Medium
Jr. Midget Cheer - 1st Place Level 2 Small
Midget Cheer - 1st Place Level 2 Small
Midget football in the Play-offs
2nd Round vs. Bayside Broncos
Sunday, November 9, 3:00pm
@ Carlmont High School, Belmont
Published on Wednesday, 05 November 2014 00:02Written by Los Altos Town Crier Staff - Special to the Town Crier
What a turnaround season for the Mountain View Marauders Pop Warner Midget football team. The squad – comprising seventh- and eighth-grade boys from Los Altos and Mountain View – has qualified for the playoffs after posting a 1-15 record over the past two seasons.
The Marauders have a 6-2 record this season and enter the playoffs on a four-game winning streak.
Dual-threat tailback Andrew Hiebert leads the offense; his running and receiving skills have resulted in a team-high nine touchdowns.
Quarterback Matthew Adams has thrown for seven touchdowns and rushed for one.
Receiver Nick Juran tops the teams in catches and has scored four touchdowns. He starts on defense, too, nabbing a team-high four interceptions at cornerback.
The Marauders have also received offensive contributions from inside runner Ari Guzman and triple-threat player Cody Jones, who has run for a pair of touchdowns and thrown for another.
The offensive line – anchored by team captains Alphonzo Barmore and Miguel Tepe Bolanos, along with first-year player Nick Robinson – has been solid as well. All three players start on defense, too.
Defensive end Anthony Landphere leads the team in sacks and has returned a fumble 62 yards for a touchdown. He plays alongside tackle Chris Gile and end Matt Larson, who also serves as the team’s kicker.
The linebacker corps features leading tackler Jose Marin Melo, Mohamed Fofanah (one interception and a forced fumble) and Andrew Esquivel (30-yard touchdown on a fumble recovery).