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Sports - November 16, 2018

Sports Shorts

SIGNING ON ...Pinewood senior Hannah Jump was one of three women's basketball players who officially signed letters to attend Stanford next year and play for Hall of Fame coach Tara VanDerveer. The others are Fran Belibi and Ashten Prechtel. Stanford's class is rated No. 3 overall by espnW HoopGurlz . . . Menlo School senior Selina Xu also made it official, signing with Stanford's women's volleyball program . . . Sacred Heart Prep seniors Larsen Weigle and Andrew Churukian are headed to Stanford for men's water polo . . . Serra San Mateo senior Andrew Abbey is headed to Menlo College for cross country . . . Other locals signing letters include Palo Alto's Henry Saul for Yale cross country and track and field, SHP's Walker Seymour is Harvard bound for water polo, Priory's Ila Lane signed with UC Santa Barbara women's basketball, Menlo-Atherton's Alicia Letvin is headed for UC Davis and women's volleyball, Menlo's Sam Untrecht is head for California and its water polo program and Menlo's Conor McCusker signed with Bucknell water polo. Also signing from Menlo are Emma Brockman (North Carolina women's crew), Sianna Houghton (Washington volleyball), Grace King (Cal Poly volleyball) and Sophie Jones (Duke women's soccer).

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