Bellarmine 65, Menlo-Atherton 45, Saturday
Cardinal Newman 48, Eastside College Prep 46, Saturday
Gunn 51, Hillsdale 44, Saturday
Menlo 2, Saint Ignatius 1, Saturday
Pinewood 57, Cloverdale 52, Saturday
Sacred Heart Prep 4, Carlmont 1, Saturday
Priory 55, Aspire Langston Hughes Academy 13, Saturday
Leigh 49, Castilleja 30, Saturday
Sacred Heart Prep 56, Westmoor 27, Saturday
St. Francis 4, Santa Teresa 0, Saturday
Bishop O'Dowd 62, Pinewood 49, Saturday
Menlo-Atherton 47, Washington 29, Saturday
Sacred Heart Prep 1, Carmel 1, Saturday
Stanford 3, Wisconsin 2, Saturday
Sacred Heart Prep 4, Aptos 0, Friday
Eastside College Prep 44, Sacramento 39, Friday
Priory 59, Kelseyville 33, Friday
Pinewood 1, Alma Heights Christian 0, Friday
Pinewood 64, St. Helena 47, Friday
Kelseyville 61, Priory 51, Friday
Palo Alto 81, Stuart Hall 73, Friday
Sacred Heart Prep 57, San Mateo 35, Friday
Menlo-Atherton 49, Manteca 21, Friday
Stanford 10, North Carolina 9, Friday
Gunn 54, Mount Pleasant 38, Friday
Selina Xu, Kristin Sellers
The sophomore and junior shared setting duties all season in leading the Knights to their first-ever state title. Xu recorded a triple-double in the title game with 12 kills, 10 digs and 19 assists. Sellers had 22 assists and has been a team leader.
Gunn's lone returning starter scored 70 points in helping the Titans win the James Lick Invitational Classic over the weekend. Lee-Heidenreich, also a track and field star, will be attending Princeton in the fall, where he will compete as a high jumper.
Sequoia at Palo Alto 3:30 p.m.
Westmoor at Priory 3:30 p.m.
Palo Alto at Foothill (Pleasanton) 7 p.m.
Kehillah at Jewish Community (Ella Hill Hutch) 4 p.m.
Mid-Peninsula at Pescadero 5 p.m.
Kehillah at North Valley Baptist 5:30 p.m.
Mid-Peninsula at Pescadero 6:30 p.m.
Summit Shasta at Priory 3:30 p.m.
Priory at German International School (Mayfield Soccer Complex) 5:15 p.m.
Monta Vista at Menlo-Atherton 5:45 p.m.
Stanford vs. Drexel at Penn 10 a.m.
Stanford at Penn 12 p.m.
Waldorf at Kehillah 3:30 p.m.
Waldorf at Kehillah 5 p.m.
Priory at KIPP Collegiate 3:30 p.m.
Eastside College Prep at Priory 3:30 p.m.
Sequoia at Sacred Heart Prep 3:30 p.m.
Cal State East Bay at Stanford 6 p.m.
Menlo-Atherton at Menlo 6 p.m.
Gunn at Mills 6 p.m.
Menlo-Atherton at Menlo 7:45 p.m.
Castilleja at Fremont tournament 11 a.m.
Terra Nova at Pinewood 11 a.m.
Gunn vs. Notre Dame-Belmont at Presentation 11 a.m.
Palo Alto at Homestead Cup 1 p.m.
Womens Volleyball, Stanford vs. Wisconsin, Saturday
Stanford-Wisconsin volleyball highlights
Stanford vs. Wisconsin
El Camino vs. Palo Alto
Locals vs. All-CCS
Cardinal women rally behind Ajanaku to stop the Badgers
Inky Ajanaku, in a powerful display of strength, athleticism and determination, willed the Cardinal from a two-match deficit to topple host and third-seeded Wisconsin, 18-25, 24-26, 25-21, 25-21, 15-9, in a NCAA regional final Saturday, helping earn the Stanford women's volleyball team a spot in next weekend's Final Four, where it gets a rematch with Minnesota on Thursday. Sunday, 12:07 AM
Paly's Dorward named MVP of boys' basketball tournament
Junior Jared Wulbrun scored 24 points, one of three players to reach double figures, and the Palo Alto boys' basketball team beat Stuart Hall-San Francisco, 81-73, in the championship game of the Burlingame Lions Club Tournament Friday night.
Saturday, 1:20 AM
The Bears are heading to a state football bowl game
Jordan Mims and Aajon Johnson were at it again, running wild behind an offensive line that created opportunity after opportunity. At the end of the night, Menlo-Atherton put together a running attack that scored from just about everywhere on the field. Friday, 10:52 PM
Stanford men seeking second straight NCAA soccer title
Stanford maintained its shot at a second consecutive NCAA men's soccer title by beating North Carolina on penalty kicks after a scoreless draw in the College Cup semifinals at BBVA Compass Stadium on Friday night. Friday, 11:02 PM
Ajanaku puts her stamp on Stanford's 4-set victory
Inky Ajanaku weighed in on Stanford's chances to reach the NCAA women's volleyball Final Four with an emphatic statement, recording a season-high 17 kills on a .538 hitting percentage to help the ninth-ranked Cardinal beat No. 16 Florida State, 25-27, 25-20, 25-9, 25-23, on Friday afternoon at UW Fieldhouse in Madison. Friday, 7:41 PM
Gunn grad McElfresh named D-II Scholar Player of the Year
Gunn grad and UC San Diego men's soccer senior goalkeeper Cameron McElfresh earned the National Soccer Coaches Association of America's (NSCAA) top academic honor on Friday morning as its NCAA Division II Scholar Player of the Year. Friday, 8:36 PM
Stanford's Vardell earns NCAA silver anniversary award
Former Stanford star Tommy Vardell, nicknamed "Touchdown Tommy" during his time on The Farm, is one of six recipients of the NCAA Silver Anniversary Award, as announced on Thursday. Friday, 6:23 PM
3-point shooting a long-range goal for Menlo School girls
Sam Erisman scored 18 points, Mallory North added 17 and the Menlo School girls' basketball team downed visiting Rincon Valley Christian, 66-33, on Thursday night. Friday, 12:56 AM
Cardinal men seek another milestone in soccer history
In the College Cup for the second consecutive season and fifth time overall, Pac-12 champion Stanford (14-3-4) heads to Houston for a national semifinal against North Carolina (14-3-3) at BBVA Compass Stadium on Friday, Dec. 9 at 5:45 p.m. on ESPNU. Thursday, 9:17 PM
Bears hang on to beat Panthers in early hoops showdown
For all the success the two local programs, separated by a scant few miles, have achieved in recent years, the Menlo-Atherton and Eastside girls basketball teams had not played each other in a regular-season game until Wednesday, when the host Bears used a fourth-quarter rally to pull out a 52-45 victory.
Thursday, 12:36 PM
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