Mitty 83, Eastside Prep 48, yesterday
Pinewood 61, St. Francis 39, yesterday
St. Ignatius 66, Menlo 50, yesterday
Gunn 68, Yerba Buena 28, yesterday
Menlo-Atherton 68, Half Moon Bay 66, yesterday
Menlo-Atherton 67, Serra 54, yesterday
Stanford 65, UCLA 51, yesterday
Stanford 19, Oregon State 16, yesterday
Gilroy 102, Palo Alto 47, yesterday
Mountain View Academy 55, Kehillah Jewish 50, yesterday
Vanguard 91, Menlo 64, Thursday
Menlo 70, Vanguard 59, Thursday
Stanford 3, USC 2, Thursday
Stanford 6, Pacific 1, Thursday
Menlo 3, UC Santa Cruz 1, Thursday
Menlo-Atherton 2, Sequoia 0, Wednesday
Stanford 79, USC 76, Wednesday
Gunn 3, Cupertino 0, Wednesday
Gunn 3, Cupertino 0, Wednesday
Sacred Heart Prep 6, Crystal Springs Uplands 1, Wednesday
Menlo 6, Harker 2, Wednesday
Los Altos 1, Lynbrook 0, Wednesday
Palo Alto 2, Los Altos 0, Wednesday
Sacred Heart Prep 9, Crystal Springs Uplands 1, Wednesday
Pinewood 79, Eastside Prep 59, Tuesday
The senior scored 65 points in two games last week as the Panthers clinched the WBAL Foothill Division title. She also had 13 rebounds and five assists. She recorded seven steals in a win over Menlo.
The senior won the 152-pound weight class at the Santa Clara Valley Athletic League championships over the weekend and Gunn finished fifth. Waymouth pinned four opponents en route to the title.
Menlo at San Diego Christian 4 p.m.
Stanford at Concordia 5 p.m.
Alisal at Menlo-Atherton (CCS Division I) 5 p.m.
Stanford vs. Wichita State at Angels College Classic (Tempe) 6:30 p.m.
Ottawa Arizona at Menlo 7 p.m.
UCLA at Stanford 7 p.m.
Homestead or Piedmont Hills at Menlo-Atherton (CCS Division I) 7 p.m.
Pacific Point or Oakwood at Pinewood (CCS Division V) 7 p.m.
Half Moon Bay at Sacred Heart Prep (CCS Division IV) 7 p.m.
Menlo at Terra Nova (CCS Division IV) 7 p.m.
Stanford at Winter Cup (Las Vegas) 11 a.m.
Cal Poly at Stanford 12 p.m.
Stanford at USC 12 p.m.
Stanford vs. Pepperdine at Angels College Classic (Tempe) 1 p.m.
Stanford at The Prestige (La Quinta) 9 a.m.
Stanford at Grand Canyon 10 a.m.
Utah at Stanford 2 p.m.
M-A vs. Woodside at Sharon Height G&CC 3 p.m.
Stanford at The Prestige (La Quinta) 9 a.m.
Los Altos at Gunn 3:30 p.m.
Sacred Heart Prep at Menlo-Atherton 3:30 p.m.
CCS Division I at Palo Alto 5:30 p.m.
CCS Division V at Castilleja 7 p.m.
CCS Division V at Eastside Prep 7 p.m.
CCS Division I at Palo Alto 7 p.m.
Mens Basketball, USC vs. Stanford, Wednesday
Stanford scores final seven points to beat USC -- Pac-12 Networks
Yerba Buena vs. Gunn
Pacific vs. Stanford
Gunn vs. Cupertino
CCS girls basketball: No surprises in the Open Division
Hannah Jump and Klara Astrom combined for 36 points and senior guard Kaitlyn Leung provided a key spark to help Pinewood beat St. Francis, 61-39, in the first round of the CCS girls basketball Open Division at Gunn on Friday. Saturday, 1:47 AM
Gunn boys take care of business in CCS D-II hoops opener
Led by veterans Nic Olsson and Evan Dray on the inside and workmanlike sophomore Steinbrenner just about everywhere else, Gunn dismantled Yerba Buena, 68-28, in a Central Coast Section Boys Division II Playoff opener on Friday at Gunn in Palo Alto. Saturday, 1:33 AM
Bears stun Serra in opener of CCS Open Division basketball
Nick Tripaldi scored 16 points, one of four players who reached double figures, and No. 4 Menlo-Atherton beat visiting Serra 67-54 in the opening round of the Central Coast Section boys basketball Open Division on Friday night. Friday, 11:02 PM
Cardinal corner: Wrestling, baseball win close contests
Sophomore Dominick Mandarino turned in a sudden victory, Rico Stormer came from behind to win and Stanford defeated No.18 Oregon State in Corvallis for the first time in program history, topping the Beavers 19-16 Friday at Gill Coliseum in a Pac-12 Conference wrestling meet. Friday, 10:22 PM
Kehillah boys drop CCS Division V hoops opener to Mustangs
Adam Eylon scored 16 points, Yotam Saban had 17 rebounds but Kehillah Jewish dropped its first-round Central Coast Section boys Division V contest, 55-50, to host Mountain View Academy on Friday. Friday, 5:33 PM
Stanford recruits among semifinalists for national award
Stanford women's basketball recruits Fran Belibi and Haley Jones are two of 10 players selected as semifinalists for the Naismith Trophy High School Girls' Player of the Year, the Atlanta Tipoff Club announced Friday. Stanford is the only school with multiple players on the list. Friday, 4:47 PM
Jasper sparks five-set victory for Stanford men's volleyball
Sophomore Jaylen Jasper recorded a career-high 29 kills to help lead the ninth-ranked Stanford men's volleyball team to a 25-15, 26-28, 26-24, 23-25, 15-12 win over No. 14 USC on Thursday at Maples Pavilion in a Mountain Pacific Sports Federation match. Thursday, 11:31 PM
Paly boys, M-A girls tabbed for Open Division in CCS soccer
Palo Alto, which placed third in the Santa Clara Valley Athletic League De Anza Division, earned the No. 5 seed in the Open Division of the Central Coast Section boys soccer tournament. In girls CCS soccer brackets, three-time Peninsula Athletic League champion Menlo-Atherton (7-8-4) was awarded the seventh seed in the Open Division. Friday, 12:26 AM
Oaks report: Menlo women rally for a GSAC hoops win
Destinee Bowie scored 18 points and the 22nd-ranked Menlo women's basketball team downed host No. 9 Vanguard, 70-59, on Thursday in a Golden State Athletic Conference contest, ending a season-worst three-game losing streak. Thursday, 11:23 PM
M-A girls look to defend its CCS wrestling championship
The girls wrestling program at Menlo-Atherton has come full circle, having grown from a single wrestler to one on the verge of capturing its third consecutive Central Coast Section title. Thursday, 2:53 PM
Burks delivers in Stanford's softball win over Tigers
Whitney Burks drove in four runs, Maddy Dwyer pitched a five-hitter and the Stanford softball team beat visiting Pacific, 6-1, in the opener of the DeMarini Invitational on Thursday night. Thursday, 10:27 PM
M-A boys are No. 4 in CCS Open Division; Pinewood girls 2nd
Menlo-Atherton received the No. 4 seed in the boys basketball Open Division at Wednesday's Central Coast Section seeding meeting. In the girls Open Division bracket, Pinewood (22-2), as expected, received the No. 2 seed. Wednesday, 11:36 PM
Prep soccer: Regular season closes on a strong note
Junior Liam Johnson scored three goals and Sacred Heart Prep completed an undefeated regular season, beating host Crystal Springs, 9-1, on Wednesday to win the outright West Bay Athletic League boys soccer championship. Thursday, 2:38 AM
Wills makes key plays down the stretch to lift Stanford
Freshman Bryce Wills continues to develop at a rapid pace and it showed during the final minute of Stanford's 79-76 victory over visiting USC on Wednesday night. He scored four of his 11 points in the final 14 seconds to give the Cardinal men's basketball team a much-needed boost following its one-sided loss at Oregon on Sunday. Wednesday, 11:41 PM
Menlo College's Piearcy earns national wrestling honor
Menlo College junior Solin Piearcy earned TheMat.com Athlete of the Week honors after winning her division of the Women's Collegiate Wrestling Association national championships over the weekend in Georgia. Wednesday, 1:26 PM
Prep hoops: Eastside boys, Pinewood girls best of WBAL
Isaiah Saams-Hoy and Raymond Reece combined for 37 points and Eastside Prep held off a second-half challenge to beat host Sacred Heart Prep, 62-56, Tuesday to win the West Bay Athletic League boys basketball title outright. Wednesday, 1:36 AM
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