KIPP Collegiate 61, Kehillah Jewish 23, yesterday
Mountain View 8, Gunn 0, yesterday
Mitty 2, Menlo 1, yesterday
Stanford ranked No. 18, AP Top 25 , yesterday
Overfelt 5, Menlo 3, yesterday
Palo Alto 1, Sequoia 0, yesterday
Menlo 79, Humboldt State 78, Sunday
Stanford 1, Indiana 0, Sunday
Evergreen Valley 203, Palo Alto 109, Saturday
St. Ignatius 5, Menlo 0, Saturday
Palo Alto 59, Lincoln 36, Saturday
Gunn 2, San Mateo 1, Saturday
Piedmont Hills 41, Woodside 31, Saturday
Cupertino 4, Pinewood 0, Saturday
Amador Valley 61, Menlo-Atherton 57, Saturday
Castilleja 58, Del Mar 45, Saturday
Mitty 1, Palo Alto 0, Saturday
Sacred Heart Prep 53, Hillsdale 30, Saturday
Palo Alto 2, Lincoln 0, Saturday
Stanford 3, Texas 0, Saturday
St. Francis 42, Menlo-Atherton 38, Saturday
Mountain View 4, Sacred Heart Prep 1, Saturday
Pinewood 72, O'Dowd 44, Saturday
Menlo 69, Fremont 21, Saturday
Aragon 2, Gunn 1, Saturday
The junior averaged 19 points a game in helping the Panthers win four games and the championship of the La Jolla Country Sweet 16 Invitational. Jump, who was named tournament MVP, made 16 of her 34 3-point attempts.
The 6-6 senior guard averaged 19 points a game in helping the Panthers record a 3-1 record and third place at the Redwood Classic in Boonville. Aderboye scored 32 points in a 79-72 victory over Argonaut in the third-place game.
Gunn at Sacred Heart Prep 3:15 p.m.
Notre Dame-Belmont at Palo Alto 3:30 p.m.
Priory at Pinewood 3:30 p.m.
Priory vs. Mercy-Burlingame at Skyline College 3:30 p.m.
Menlo-Atherton at Sequoia 4:30 p.m.
Gunn at Prospect Tournament 5 p.m.
Silver Creek at Menlo-Atherton 6 p.m.
Hillsdale at Priory 6:30 p.m.
Jefferson at Menlo-Atherton 7 p.m.
Overfelt at Pinewood 7 p.m.
Serra at Palo Alto 3:30 p.m.
Aragon at Menlo-Atherton 4:30 p.m.
Palo Alto at Burlingame 5 p.m.
Gunn at Prospect Tournament 5 p.m.
Nueva at Mid-Peninsula 5:30 p.m.
Leigh at Palo Alto 7 p.m.
Summit Prep at Priory 3:30 p.m.
Gunn at Prospect Tournament 4 p.m.
Aragon at Woodside 4:30 p.m.
Andrew Hill at Eastside College Prep 5 p.m.
Mountain View at Sacred Heart Prep 6 p.m.
Prospect at Woodside 6:30 p.m.
M-A vs. Granite Bay at DJ Frandsen Memorial Tourney (Bellarmine) 7:30 p.m.
Mountain View at Sacred Heart Prep 7:30 p.m.
Priory at Fremont Tournament 8 a.m.
Mens Soccer, Stanford vs. Indiana, Sunday
Sam Werner with the game winner
Sequoia vs. Palo Alto
Stanford vs. Indiana
Menlo-Atherton vs. St. Francis
TopDrawerSoccer names Stanford's Sullivan top player
Stanford senior midfielder and Hermann Trophy finalist Andi Sullivan was announced as TopDrawerSoccer's Women's Player of the Year on Tuesday after setting up her team for the national championship in early December. Tuesday, 8:25 PM
Cardinal corner: Love becomes consensus All-America
Stanford junior human biology major Bryce Love was named All-America first team by The Sporting News on Tuesday while fifth-year senior biomechanical engineering major David Bright earned second-team honors. The accolade earned Love consensus All-America status, the 37th by a Cardinal. Tuesday, 7:18 PM
Stanford's Plummer earns ESPNw Player of the Year
Stanford outside hitter Kathryn Plummer has been selected the ESPNw National Player of the Year, the site announced Tuesday. Plummer leads the Pac-12 and ranks sixth in the nation in kills (4.73) and points per set (5.48). Tuesday, 7:06 PM
Newton is stepping down as Menlo football coach
Mark Newton is resigning after 14 years as football coach at Menlo School. A former quarterback at Menlo, Newton has guided the Knights to four Central Coast Section championship game appearances as well as a Peninsula Athletic League Ocean Division outright title this past season. Tuesday, 2:16 PM
Prep report: Paly boys strike fast in soccer victory
Palo Alto scored in the first minute and held on to beat visiting Sequoia, 1-0, in a nonleague boys soccer match on Monday. Menlo School rallied but fell short against Overfelt. Tuesday, 12:45 AM
Gators, Cardinal to meet across a volleyball net this time
The fourth-ranked Stanford women's volleyball team (30-3) continues its quest for a record eighth national title this week, traveling to Kansas City, Missouri for the Final Four. The tournament's No. 3 overall seed, the Cardinal will face No. 2 seed Florida (29-1) in the second national semifinal on Thursday at 6 p.m. on ESPN. Monday, 11:46 PM
Cardinal trio named to pair of All-America football teams
Doak Walker Award winner Bryce Love was joined by junior Justin Reid and senior Harrison Phillips on the AP All-America team announced Monday. Love was a first-team running back, with Reid earning second-team honors at safety. Phillips was a third-team choice at defensive tackle. Monday, 11:30 PM
Paly's Wang delivers another wrestling tournament title
Andrew Wang dominated the 132-pound division at the Webber Lawson boys wrestling tournament Saturday at Fremont High and Palo Alto finished fourth with 109 1/2 points, ahead of ninth-place Gunn (89) and 13th place Menlo-Atherton (54). Monday, 9:10 PM
Prep report: Priory's Gray pretty fast on the soccer field
Priory's Anysa Gray runs a pretty good race on the track. She may be even better running around the soccer field. Gray scored all five goals in Priory's 5-2 victory over Alvarez on Saturday at Fremont High as part of the Firebird Classic. Sunday, 11:53 PM
Stanford policy change means no more pro tennis at Taube
Inside Tennis reported that the Bank of the West Classic will be leaving Stanford after the University made it known it doesn't want to host a tournament with a commercial sponsor. Sunday, 7:37 PM | 6 comments
Menlo men give Lumberjacks the axe in 79-78 hoops win
Freshman Charles Neal made one of two free throws with three seconds remaining to lift the Menlo College men's basketball team past host Humboldt State, 79-78, in a nonconference contest Sunday. Sunday, 6:14 PM
Stanford men make NCAA soccer history with three-peat
Sam Werner wasn't quite sure how it happened but knew it did. Stanford won its third consecutive NCAA men's soccer championship when scored in the second overtime (103rd minute) to give the Cardinal a 1-0 victory over Indiana at Talen Energy Stadium on Sunday. Sunday, 3:54 PM
Love's second-place showing in Heisman voting a theme
Bryce Love finished second in the Heisman Trophy balloting, which was announced Saturday following an extravagant lead-in show. This was both expected and disappointing. Sunday, 3:23 PM
Kansas City, here they come: Stanford reaches Final Four
Kathryn Plummer recorded 19 kills and was named tournament MVP as the fourth-ranked and third-seeded Stanford women's volleyball team beat visiting Texas, 25-21, 25-21, 25-21, to advance to the Final Four in Kansas City this week. Sunday, 1:00 AM
Pinewood girls bounce back with big basketball victory
Klara Astrom scored 22 points and grabbed nine rebounds, Brianna Claros added 15 points and six assists and the Pinewood girls basketball team beat visiting Bishop O'Dowd, 72-44, in a nonleague contest Saturday. Saturday, 11:04 PM
Prep report: Menlo boys, Castilleja win in soccer
Aaron Morgan scored a goal in the first minute of play and the Menlo School boys' soccer team made it stand for a 1-0 victory over visiting University-San Francisco on Friday. Saturday, 3:09 PM
One block here, one dig there leads to Stanford victory
First-year women's volleyball coach Kevin Hambly knew junior Tami Alade was as talented as anyone he had on the Stanford roster. He just had to convince her she was that good. Hambly's 'therapy' was to give her the chance to discover it for herself. Saturday, 2:23 AM
Menlo makes commitment to win hoops tourney
Menlo School scored the last 11 points of the first quarter to open a three-point lead and went on to a 58-52 victory Friday in the championship game of the Burlingame Lions Club Basketball Tournament at Burlingame High. Saturday, 12:55 AM
Prep report: Defending champ M-A wins in PAL girls soccer
Diana Morales scored three goals and the Menlo-Atherton girls' soccer team opened Peninsula Athletic League Bay Division play with a 5-0 victory over visiting Terra Nova on Thursday. Friday, 4:16 PM
2017 All-Central Coast Section Girls Water Polo
2017 All-Central Coast Section Girls Water Polo
Player of the Year: Nina Flynn, Leland
Top Goalkeeper: Zoe Banks, Gunn
Nina Flynn, Leland
Isabella Mandema, St. Francis
Shea Salvino, Soquel
Zoe Banks, Gunn Thursday, 1:24 AM
The holidays are here!
From live music to a visit with Santa, here's a look at some local holiday activities to help you get into the spirit of the season.