Sports

Recent Scores

Girls Track & Field:
Menlo-Atherton beats, Burlingame , yesterday
Boys Track & Field:
Menlo-Atherton beats, Burlingame , yesterday
Boys Lacrosse:
Kent-Denver 7, Menlo 6, yesterday
Boys Tennis:
Palo Alto 5, Sacred Heart Prep 2, yesterday
Boys Volleyball:
Santa Clara 3, Eastside College Prep 1, yesterday
Girls Softball:
Saratoga 8, Palo Alto 1, yesterday
Boys Baseball:
Palo Alto 1, Saratoga 0, yesterday
Boys Baseball:
Sacred Heart Prep 7, Woodside 3, yesterday
Boys Golf:
Harker 193, Sacred Heart Prep 215, yesterday
Boys Volleyball:
Fremont 3, Sacred Heart Prep 0, yesterday
Boys Golf:
Palo Alto 197, Cupertino 202, yesterday
Girls Lacrosse:
Colorado Academy 16, Sacred Heart Prep 4, yesterday
Girls Lacrosse:
Gunn 11, Castilleja 10, yesterday
Mens Swimming:
North Carolina State 40, Stanford 24, yesterday
Boys Lacrosse:
Menlo 9, Menlo-Atherton 7, Tuesday
Boys Baseball:
Pinewood 10, Priory 0, Tuesday
Girls Lacrosse:
California 17, Menlo School 13, Tuesday
Girls Lacrosse:
Gunn 19, Los Altos 5, Tuesday
Boys Golf:
Woodside 240, Burlingame 242, Tuesday
Boys Baseball:
Menlo 10, The King's Academy 3, Tuesday
Boys Volleyball:
St. Francis 3, Mt. Madonna 0, Tuesday
Boys Tennis:
Sacred Heart Prep 5, Nueva 2, Tuesday
Boys Tennis:
Menlo-Atherton 6, Aragon 1, Tuesday
Boys Tennis:
Menlo 7, Harker 0, Tuesday

 
Athletes of the Week

Tatiana Reese
Priory basketball
The junior guard led the Panthers to three NorCal regional victories and into the regional final. She scored 37 points, grabbed 20 rebounds, made 14 steals and contributed 15 assists. Reese had a double-double, with 14 points and 12 rebounds, against Capital Christian.

Max Dorward
Palo Alto basketball
The junior forward scored 61 points in three NorCal games that led the Vikings to the regional final. He was also the leading rebounder against Fremont, a game in which he scored 10 points in the fourth quarter in a 3-point victory. He had 22 in a 3-point win over Dublin.

 
Sports Calendar

Today
Girls Swimming
Castilleja at Harker (Jamboree 1) 5 p.m.
Boys Lacrosse
Leland at Gunn 7 p.m.
Friday, March 24
Mens Swimming
Stanford at NCAA championships (Indianapolis) 7 a.m.
Womens Fencing
Stanford at NCAA championships (Indianapolis) 8:45 a.m.
Mens Fencing
Stanford at NCAA championships (Indianapolis) 9:30 a.m.
Mens Baseball
Menlo at Oregon Tech (DH) 11 a.m.
Boys Tennis
Pinewood at Carmel 3:30 p.m.
Boys Baseball
Pinewood at Priory 3:30 p.m.
Boys Swimming
Gunn at Monta Vista 3:45 p.m.
Girls Swimming
Gunn at Monta Vista 3:45 p.m.
Girls Softball
Menlo-Atherton at El Camino 4 p.m.
Girls Softball
Saratoga at Gunn 4 p.m.
Girls Lacrosse
Gunn at Leland 4 p.m.
Girls Lacrosse
Castilleja at Menlo 4 p.m.
Girls Lacrosse
Sacred Heart Prep at Menlo-Atherton 4 p.m.
Girls Softball
Pinewood at Mercy Burlingame (Cuernavaca Park) 4 p.m.
Girls Lacrosse
Palo Alto at Mountain View 4 p.m.
Girls Softball
Fremont at Palo Alto 4 p.m.
Boys Baseball
Woodside at Sacred Heart Prep 4 p.m.
Boys Baseball
Palo Alto at Saratoga 4 p.m.
Mens Baseball
Utah at Stanford 6 p.m.
Boys Lacrosse
Gunn at Palo Alto 6 p.m.
Boys Volleyball
Sacred Heart Prep at Wilcox 6 p.m.
Boys Volleyball
Eastside College Prep at The King's Academy 6:45 p.m.
Saturday, March 25
Mens Swimming
Stanford at NCAA championships 7 a.m.

 
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Womens Basketball, Kansas State vs. Stanford, Monday
Stanford 69, Kansas State 48 -- Highlights from Stanford Athletics

 
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Sports Headlines

Eastside prepares for third straight state hoops appearance
The Eastside Prep girls basketball team is making it a habit of playing for the state Division V championship. When the Panthers take on Rolling Hills Prep of San Pedro on Friday at 10 a.m. at the Golden 1 Center in Sacramento, it will be their third consecutive appearance in the state championship game. Thursday, 3:26 PM

Prep report: Cleasby helps Paly run down a victory
Ryan Chang made sure an unearned run stood up as he pitched a three-hitter to keep Palo Alto undefeated in Santa Clara Valley Athletic League De Anza Division baseball action. The Vikings edged visiting Saratoga, 1-0, in a classic pitching duel. Thursday, 11:55 AM

Cardinal women synchronizing routines to Columbus time
The Stanford synchronized swimming team begins defense of its U.S. Collegiate National title this week at the Ohio State University Aquatic Center in Columbus, Ohio. Competition begins Thursday. Wednesday, 9:37 PM

Cardinal corner: Stanford baseball opens Pac-12 season
Baseball is back. No. 17 Stanford returns from a 12-day break to take on Utah in its Pac-12 opener at Sunken Diamond this weekend. All three games can be seen on the Pac-12 Networks. Wednesday, 9:19 PM

Stanford men open NCAA swim meet with school mark
The No. 5 Stanford men's swimming and diving team set a program record in the 800-yard freestyle relay to open the NCAA Men's Swimming and Diving Championships Wednesday night at the IUPUI Natatorium in Indianapolis. Wednesday, 4:35 PM

Prep report: Menlo tennis tunes for big tourney with league win
The Menlo School boys' tennis team tuned up for its weekend trip to the prestigious All-American Invitational at Corona del Mar and the Costa Mesa Tennis Center in Southern California by beating visiting Harker, 7-0, in a WBAL league match on Tuesday. Wednesday, 6:08 AM

Cardinal corner: Stanford duo earns All-Pac-12 recognition
Stanford's Elizabeth Price and Rachel Daum earned All-Pac-12 women's gymnastics honors the conference announced Tuesday. Price earned first-team recognition on vault and bars, and second-team honors on floor. Daum claimed the first All-Pac-12 award of her career, being named to the second team in the all-around. Wednesday, 6:18 AM

Palo Alto's Sellier headed to USA All-American rugby event
Palo Alto High senior Marion Sellier has been selected to join the USA Rugby high school All-American Tropical 7s Tour in Orlando, Fla. the week of April 11. Tuesday, 5:35 PM

Menlo's Getzelman earns GSAC baseball weekly honor
There are many reasons why the seventh-ranked Menlo College baseball team is off to a 22-5 start (11-2 in GSAC play). One of those reasons has been the play of junior outfielder Jordan Getzelman, who was named Player of the Week in the Golden State Athletic Conference on Tuesday. Tuesday, 4:51 PM

McPhee airs it out for Stanford in NCAA hoops tournament
Brittany McPhee scored 21 points, Alanna Smith added 19 and the Cardinal women's basketball team downed host Kansas State, 69-48, on Monday in the second round of the NCAA tournament. Monday, 9:52 PM

Lavorato leaving Sacred Heart Prep for TKA football job
Pete Lavorato, who built Sacred Heart Prep into a high school football power, is leaving SHP to take the head coaching job at The King's Academy. Lavorato cited TKA's proximity to his home in Saratoga as the primary reason for his decision. Monday, 9:42 PM | 2 comments

Prep report: Palo Alto goes on softball scoring spree

The path to NCAA gymnastics finals go through Emerald City

Local runners on the right track in weekend invitationals

Prep report: Gunn baseball tops Mills; M-A tops Paly lacrosse

NCAA swimming: Stanford's 19-year title drought is over

A grand basketball season ends in overtime of title game

Wild basketball journey continues for Eastside Prep girls

Danielson makes successful track and field debut

 
 

 

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