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Stackhouse finishes among top 10 on the Symetra Golf Tour

 

Stanford grad Mariah Stackhouse shot a final round 2-under 70 Sunday to finish in a tie for ninth-place at the Garden City Charity Classic at Buffalo Dunes, part of the Symetra Tour, in Kansas.

Stackhouse went an even-par 288 for the tournament, coming back from a 2-over on the first day. She earned $3,123.00 for the week.


Maddie Huber
Stackhouse was 2-over for the tournament heading into the 13th hole, which she eagled.

Rio Paralympics

Stanford sophomore Brickelle Bro finished fifth in her heat of the 100 meter freestyle, just missing the final.

Riekes Center staff member Katie Holloway helped the U.S. women's sitting volleyball team win its opener in the preliminary round, a 25-17, 25-13, 25-9 victory over Iran.

College football

Palo Alto grad KeeSean Johnson caught a pair of touchdown passes from Fresno State quarterback Chason Virgil in the Bulldogs' 31-3 victory over visiting Sacramento State on Saturday.

Through two games, Johnson has 15 receptions for 143 yards. Fresno State play at Toledo on Saturday.

College volleyball

Menlo School grad Maddie Huber recorded 21 digs and Princeton knocked off host Georgetown, 23-25, 26-24, 25-19, 12-25, 15-13, on Saturday.

Huber, who also had an ace, leads the Tigers (3-3) with 71 digs in six matches.

Atherton resident Cassie Wes had 19 digs and recorded an ace as Columbia beat Bryant, 26-24, 19-25, 25-20, 25-19, on Saturday.

— Palo Alto Online Sports

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