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Prep winners: Casti golfers, SHP tennis, Menlo volleyball

 
Castilleja freshman Masako Yang hits her approach shot to the sixth green. Photo courtesy of Donn Levine.

Divya Tadimeti, Niav Layton and Kelly Yu each shot a round of 39 or better as the Castilleja girls golf team remained unbeaten in West Bay Athletic League play following a 203-301 victory over Notre Dame of Belmont on Monday at Menlo Country Club.

Freshman Masako Yang added a round of 45 for the defending WBAL champion Gators (3-0), who are scheduled to play against Notre Dame of San Jose at San Jose Muni on Tuesday at 3 p.m.

Mercy of Burlingame beat host Sacred Heart Prep, 255-288, in another WBAL match Monday at Sharon Heights Golf and Country Club. Hannah Lesti led SHP with a 47.

SH Prep (1-3, 1-2) has a match with The King's Academy scheduled for Wednesday at Sunnyvale Muni at 3:15 p.m.

Mercy's Brooke Barron earned medalist honors with a 41.

Girls tennis

Sara Quinlan recorded a key victory at No. 4 singles and the No. 1 doubles team of Emmy McGrath and Noorayn Jafri won a third-set tiebreaker to lead Sacred Heart Prep past host Mountain View, 4-3, in a nonleague match Monday.

Lindsay Marcus and Natalie Dias and Ella Sheehan and Skylar Schuman also won their doubles matches for the Gators (1-2), who host Menlo-Atherton in a nonleague match Wednesday at 3:45 p.m.

Girls volleyball

Menlo beat visiting Gunn, 25-14, 25-14, 25-17, in a nonleague match Monday as senior Sianna Houghton collected nine kills and 11 digs while hitting .400.

Freshman Zoe Gregory delivered 22 assists while senior Grace King posted seven kills and seven digs.

Senior Riley Holland picked up 10 digs and a team-high five aces while Gregory and junior Madison Fitzgerald each had a pair of aces.

Freshman Hanna Hoffman added 11 assists, and senior middle Anna Guiragossian contributed six kills.

The Knights (5-6) host the Chandler Invitational tournament on Saturday and open with Prospect at 8 a.m. on Saturday.

The Titans (6-8) open SCVAL El Camino Division play with a 6:45 p.m. match at Wilcox on Tuesday.

— Palo Alto Online Sports

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