Sports

Recent Scores

Girls Cross Country:
Monta Vista 51, Palo Alto 129, yesterday
Girls Cross Country:
St. Francis 89, Woodside 134, yesterday
Boys Cross Country:
St. Francis 20, Woodside 189, yesterday
Boys Cross Country:
King City 45, Sacred Heart Prep 99, yesterday
Boys Cross Country:
Crystal Springs Uplands 52, Eastside Prep 117, yesterday
Girls Cross Country:
Menlo 76, Sacred Heart Prep 134, yesterday
Girls Cross Country:
Castilleja 33, Nueva 42, yesterday
Mens Soccer:
Stanford 2, UC Irvine 0, yesterday
Boys Cross Country:
Bellarmine 40, Palo Alto 122, yesterday
Mens Wrestling:
Menlo at, Roadrunner Open , yesterday
Mens Wrestling:
Stanford at, Roadrunner Open , yesterday
Womens Squash:
Stanford 7, Drexel 2, yesterday
Mens Water Polo:
Stanford 12, California 10, yesterday
Womens Volleyball:
Stanford 3, Washington 0, yesterday
Womens Soccer:
Stanford 1, Wisconsin 0, yesterday
Boys Football:
Menlo-Atherton 45, Milpitas 28, Saturday
Boys Football:
Palo Alto 35, Los Gatos 21, Saturday
Boys Football:
Sacred Heart Prep 13, St. Ignatius 7, Saturday
Womens Squash:
Stanford 8, Virginia 1, Saturday
Womens Squash:
Princeton 7, Stanford 2, Saturday
Womens Diving:
Stanford at, Ohio State Invitational , Saturday
Womens Cross Country:
Colorado 65, Stanford 232, Saturday
Mens Cross Country:
Northern Arizona 83, Stanford 201, Saturday
Mens Water Polo:
Stanford 9, UCLA 7, Saturday

 
Athletes of the Week

Meg Reinstra
Menlo water polo
The senior co-captain was both an inspirational leader and a leading scorer in the pool as Menlo School won twice last week to reach the Central Coast Section Division II championship final, which was played Monday. (Spoiler alert: the Knights won).

Ryan Stanley
Palo Alto water polo
The junior attacker was the third-seeded Vikings leading scorer throughout the Central Coast Section Division I tournament, helping them beat Menlo-Atherton, 8-7, and Los Gatos, 12-11, in overtime in two games last week. Paly won the title Monday.

 
Sports Calendar

Tuesday, November 20
Boys Basketball
Nueva at Eastside Prep 5 p.m.
Mens Wrestling
Stanford vs. Fresno State at San Diego State 6 p.m.
Girls Basketball
Burlingame at Sacred Heart Prep 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday, November 21
Mens Basketball
Stanford vs. Wisconsin at Battle4Atlantis (Nassau, Bahamas) 11:30 a.m.
Womens Volleyball
Stanford at Arizona State 4 p.m.
Girls Basketball
Hillsdale at Gunn 4:30 p.m.
Thursday, November 22
Mens Basketball
Stanford at Battle4Atlantis (Nassau, Bahamas) 1 p.m.
Friday, November 23
Mens Basketball
Stanford at Battle4Atlantis (Nassau, Bahamas) 3 p.m.
Womens Volleyball
Stanford at Arizona State 5 p.m.
Womens Basketball
Stanford vs. Florida Gulf Coast at Rainbow Wahine Invitational (Honolulu) 6:30 p.m.
Saturday, November 24
Boys Cross Country
State Finals at Woodward Park, Fresno 9:45 a.m.
Girls Cross Country
State Finals at Woodward Park, Fresno 9:45 a.m.
Mens Football
Stanford at UCLA 12 p.m.
Boys Football
Sacred Heart Prep at Menlo-Atherton (CCS Open Division I) 1 p.m.
Boys Football
Sacred Heart Cathedral at Sacred Heart Prep (CCS Open Division III) 1 p.m.
Womens Basketball
Stanford vs. American at Rainbow Wahine Invitational (Honolulu) 2 p.m.
Womens Volleyball
California at Stanford 7 p.m.
Sunday, November 25
Womens Basketball
Stanford vs. Hawaii at Rainbow Wahine Invitational (Honolulu) 4:30 p.m.
Monday, November 26
Boys Basketball
Eastside Prep at Westmoor 6 p.m.
Girls Basketball
St. Mary's Albany at Eastside Prep 7 p.m.
Tuesday, November 27
Girls Soccer
Pinewood at Fremont 3:30 p.m.
Girls Basketball
Cindy Avitia at Kehillah Jewish 3:30 p.m.
Boys Soccer
German International School of Silicon Valley at Pinewood 3:30 p.m.
Girls Basketball
Crystal Springs Uplands at Mid-Peninsula 4:30 p.m.
Boys Basketball
Cindy Avitia at Kehillah Jewish 5 p.m.

 
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Womens Soccer, Wisconsin vs. Stanford, yesterday
Jordan DiBiasi scores for Stanford -- Courtesy Stanford Athletics

 
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Sports Headlines

Two section team champs, two individual winners at CCS XC
Menlo School and Castilleja each won Central Coast Section girls cross country titles and the Palo Alto boys also earned a spot in the state meet as Henry Saul won the D-1 individual title. Castilleja's Tevah Gevelber took home the first-place medal in girls Division V. Several other individuals also qualified for the state meet. Monday, 2:38 AM

When push comes to shove, Stanford's Beason delivers
Stanford scored two second-half goals, on a penalty kick by Tanner Beason and an 83rd minute strike from Zach Ryan, to beat UC Irvine, 2-0, in the NCAA men's soccer second round Sunday at Laird Q. Cagan Stadium. Sunday, 11:59 PM

DiBiasi delivers another game-winner for Cardinal women
Senior Jordan DiBiasi headed in a pass from Jaye Boissiere to give the No. 1 Stanford women's soccer team all it needed in a 1-0 victory over No. 23 Wisconsin on Sunday that vaulted the Cardinal into the NCAA quarterfinals for the ninth time in 12 years. Sunday, 6:33 PM

Stanford men win first MPSF water polo title in four years
Sophomore Tyler Abramson scored all four of his goals in the second half and the third-ranked Stanford men's water polo team rallied in the second half to overtake No. 4 California, 12-10, to capture the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Championship on Sunday afternoon at USC's Uytengsu Aquatics Center. Sunday, 6:03 PM

Stanford's Alade swings away in Pac-12 volleyball win
Senior Tami Alade recorded 11 kills, converting over 80 percent of her swings, and had a match-best seven blocks and the No. 2 Stanford women's volleyball team defeated No. 20 Washington, 3-0, Sunday, at Alaska Airline Arena in Seattle. Sunday, 5:36 PM

Menlo-Atherton passes on Trojans and runs away with win
Menlo-Atherton displayed plenty of rough edges its coach would like to see smoothed out by next weekend's semifinal game against Palo Alto. But the Bears kept putting points on the scoreboard to the tune of a 45-28 victory in the Central Coast Section Open Division I playoffs at Salinas High on Saturday. Sunday, 1:11 AM

Vikings conquer the Wildcats in CCS football playoffs
Palo Alto stared adversity in the face in its second go-around with Los Gatos and never folded. The Vikings responded to a fourth-quarter deficit with a scoring splurge that led to a 35-21 victory over the Wildcats in a Central Coast Section Open Division I football contest Saturday at Salinas High. Sunday, 12:18 AM

SH Prep not deterred by site change in football win over SI
John Willard and Raymond Price III hooked up on a 22-yard scoring toss, Ronan Donnelly kicked a 32-yard field goal and the defense took care of the rest as Sacred Heart Prep beat St. Ignatius, 13-7, in the first round of the Central Coast Section Open Division III football playoffs at Gilroy High on Saturday. Saturday, 8:32 PM

Another big splash awaits Stanford at MPSF tournament
Junior Dylan Woodhead netted three goals and the third-ranked Stanford men's water polo beat No. 2 UCLA, 9-7, on Saturday and will play for the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation championship match on Sunday at USC's Uytengsu Aquatics Center. Saturday, 5:35 PM

Stanford men, women race to top 5 finishes at NCAA XC
Grant Fisher equaled the highest finish by a Stanford runner in the history of the NCAA Cross Country Championships, placing a close second in freezing conditions Saturday, and both the Cardinal men and women earned top-5 team finishes for the third consecutive year â€" a distinction no other school can claim. Saturday, 5:23 PM

Unlikely scorer helps Stanford advance in NCAA soccer

Plummer powers Cardinal women to Pac-12 victory

Top men's VB, gymnastics recruits head to Stanford

Hallock, Vargas honored by MPSF in men's water polo

M-A's Akinola among nation's top 20 girls wrestlers

High school water polo gets shelved for the season

Big Game rescheduled, other Stanford events also affected

Stanford's Smith, Williams deal a hot hand from 3-point range

CCS football, cross country moved to the Salinas Valley

Cardinal corner: recruit signings and coaching additions