Sacred Heart Prep 56, Pacific Grove 21, Saturday
Stanford 38, Arizona State 14, Saturday
Pacific 11, Stanford 10, Saturday
Francis Parker 3, Menlo School 1, Saturday
Menlo 65, Cal State San Marcos 58, Friday
Pinewood 58, Bradshaw Christian 46, Friday
Pinewood 95, San Benito 26, Friday
Menlo School 4, Sequoia 1, Friday
Stanford 3, Oklahoma 0, Friday
Menlo School 46, Ukiah 44, Thursday
San Leandro 37, Castilleja 30, Thursday
Castilleja 3, Everest Public Charter School 1, Thursday
Pinewood 67, Homestead 15, Thursday
St. Ignatius 2, Sacred Heart Prep 0, Thursday
Gunn 77, Gilroy 50, Thursday
Menlo-Atherton 2, Palo Alto 1, Thursday
Priory 52, SF Waldorf 26, Thursday
Stanford 3, Hampton 0, Thursday
Stanford 20, Whittier 3, Thursday
Menlo ranked 23rd, NAIA Division II Top 25 , Thursday
Notre Dame-Belmont 47, Castilleja 23, Wednesday
Priory 52, Kehillah School 26, Wednesday
Sacred Heart Prep 51, Woodside 16, Wednesday
Saratoga 61, Sacred Heart Prep 55, Wednesday
Palo Alto 82, San Mateo 29, Wednesday
The junior overcame a sprained ankle in the second set and a 2-4 deficit in the third to defeat the No. 1 seed while winning the singles title at the CCS tennis tournament, becoming the school's first champ.
Sacred Heart Prep football
The junior linebacker/running back filled in for an injured teammate with 112 rushing yards and three touchdowns in addition to having 17 tackles in a 34-7 win over Monterey in the CCS Division IV semis.
Third-place match at NCAA Championships (Stanford's Avery Aquatic Center) 1 p.m.
Finals at NCAA Championships (Stanford's Avery Aquatic Center) 3 p.m.
Mens Football, Notre Dame vs. Stanford, Nov 30, 2013
Highlights of Stanford's 27-20 victory over Notre Dame on Saturday. Video courtesy of Stanford Athletics on YouTube.com.
Gaffney named MVP following Pac-12 championship victory
His teammates were calling for a speech when Tyler Gaffney was awarded the Pac-12 championship Most Valuable Player. The senior running back just let his production speak for itself. Gaffney rushed for 133 yards and three touchdowns and the seventh-ranked Stanford football team beat host Arizona State, 38-14, Saturday to qualify for its second straight Rose Bowl. Saturday, 8:35 PM
Sacred Heart Prep defends its CCS Division IV football title
With senior running back Andrew Segre running for a school-record 351 yards on 28 carries and scoring six touchdowns, top-seeded Sacred Heart Prep successfully defended its Central Coast Section Division IV title with a 56-21 blasting of No. 7 Pacific Grove on Saturday night at Independence High in San Jose. Saturday, 9:28 PM
Stanford championship dreams sink in semifinal loss
BJ Churnside and Alex Bowen each scored three goals but third-ranked Stanford lost, 11-10, to second-ranked Pacific in the NCAA national semifinals Saturday at Avery Aquatic Center.
Saturday, 5:48 PM
Stanford volleyball hits the road for another big test
Sophomore Madi Bugg recorded 38 assists and the third-ranked Stanford women's volleyball team had 44 kills in beating visiting Oklahoma, 25-15, 25-19, 25-18, in second round action of the NCAA tournament Friday.
Friday, 10:09 PM
Palo Alto grad reaches volleyball coaching milestone
Of local note
Palo Alto grad Rich Feller recorded his 600th career coaching victory as the California women's volleyball team downed North Carolina, 25-20, 25-28, 25-20, in the first round of the NCAA tournament Friday night in Madison, Wisc.
Saturday, 1:28 AM
Stanford's Bright to miss remainder of basketball season
Stanford men's basketball coach Johnny Dawkins has announced that senior guard Aaron Bright will miss the remainder of the year with a dislocated right shoulder. Bright, who suffered the injury last week in practice, has elected to undergo season-ending surgery next month. Friday, 5:14 PM
Kehoe returns to Stanford as Alabama assistant coach
Bryn Kehoe, an assistant women's volleyball coach at Alabama, was back at Stanford on Thursday night for just the second time since graduating. The Tide dropped a four-set decision to Oklahoma in their first trip to the NCAA tournament since 2007.
Thursday, 8:50 PM
Stanford punter is Pac-12 Scholar Athlete of the Year
Stanford punter Ben Rhyne has been named the 2013 Pac-12 Football Scholar-Athlete of the Year, as announced Thursday by the Pac-12 Conference. Rhyne, a senior biomechanical engineering major from Charlotte, N.C., has maintained a 3.88 grade-point average during his time on The Farm. Thursday, 4:20 PM
Bolan, Chase help Stanford men advance in NCAA tournament
Griffin Bolan, who scored 13 goals during the regular season, found the back of the net three times as the third-seeded Stanford men's water polo team opened the NCAA tournament Thursday with a 20-3 victory over Whittier in the play-in game. Thursday, 5:19 PM
Menlo College women move up in national basketball poll
The Menlo College women's basketball team, which has compiled a 6-3 start through a tough early season schedule, has jumped one spot in the first regular- season poll of the 2013-14 season. Menlo has moved up to No. 23 nationally. Thursday, 3:31 PM | 1 comments