Devereaux Harrison hit a home runs and drove in a pair of runs as the PUF Caps won their second straight to open the summer season, beating the host Atwater Aviators 10-3 on Sunday in a nonconference baseball game.
Caiden Matheny added a triple, double and two RBIs for the Caps, who host the Humboldt B52's on Monday at Palo Alto High. First pitch is 5 p.m.
Recent Palo Alto graduate Josh Kasevich, who is headed to Oregon, and incoming Stanford freshman Adam Crampton each drove in runs. Future Cardinal Brock Jones scored twice.
Recent Woodside grad Joseph King pitched three hitless innings, facing 10 batters, striking out six to record the save. Starter Josh White, a future Golden Bear, pitched four shutout innings for the win. Ryan Vanderhei, who walked six, allowed all three runs one one hit in two innings.
Stanford junior Corinne Zanolli scored a goal and Courage beat the Patriots 5-1 in pool play action Sunday at the Young Women's National Championship at Spooky Nook Sports in Lancaster, Pa
Cardinal alum Marissa Cicioni and Spirit played top a scoreless draw with Pride.
In the FIH Pro league Saturday, Stanford senior Kelsey Bing played for the U.S. women's national team in a 4-0 loss to host China in Changzhou.
Jonathan Affeld, a senior to be at Gunn, finished sixth overall in the men's 200 meter individual medley at the TYR Pro Swim Series in Clovis on Saturday. He was timed in 2:08.97.
Former Stanford standout Tara Halsted won the 'B' final of the women's 200 back in 2:17.99. Gunn grad Michael Lincoln won the 'C' final of the men's 100 free with a time of 51.70.
Track and field
Recent Gunn graduate Jared Freeman place 20th overall in the boys' shot put emerging elite, recording a best of 52-8 3/4 at the New Balance Nationals Outdoor in Greensboro, N.C. on Saturday.
The U.S. womenâ€™s Pan American Cup training team, which includes Stanford junior Kathryn Plummer, defeated Canada 20-25, 25-21, 25-23, 23-25, 15-9 on Saturday in Murrieta to split a two-match exhibition series.
BYU's Roni Jones-Perry led the U.S. with 19 points on 17 kills (.410 hitting percentage) and two blocks. Purdue's Danielle Cuttino recorded 16 points on nine kills and a match-high seven blocks.