Sports

Recent Scores

Girls Basketball:
Pinewood 55, Lahainaluna 19, yesterday
Girls Basketball:
Jewish Community 53, Kehillah Jewish 24, yesterday
Boys Basketball:
Jewish Community 63, Kehillah Jewish 38, yesterday
Girls Soccer:
Leland 1, Menlo-Atherton 0, yesterday
Boys Soccer:
Menlo 7, Crystal Springs Uplands 0, yesterday
Girls Soccer:
Priory 4, San Mateo 1, yesterday
Boys Basketball:
Sobrato 55, Gunn 35, yesterday
Boys Basketball:
St. Mary's 78, Sacred Heart Prep 53, yesterday
Boys Basketball:
Gunn 48, San Jose 28, Wednesday
Girls Soccer:
Sacred Heart Prep 3, Gunn 0, Wednesday
Womens Wrestling:
Menlo 34, Emmanuel 11, Wednesday
Boys Basketball:
Menlo 55, Homestead 47, Wednesday
Boys Basketball:
Palo Alto 54, Santa Teresa 53, Wednesday
Girls Basketball:
Palo Alto 52, Menlo-Atherton 33, Wednesday
Girls Basketball:
Menlo 57, South San Francisco 43, Tuesday
Girls Basketball:
Castilleja 48, KIPP Collegiate 22, Tuesday
Boys Basketball:
Pinewood 62, Kehillah Jewish 52, Tuesday
Girls Soccer:
Santa Clara 2, Menlo-Atherton 1, Tuesday
Boys Soccer:
Westmont 2, Palo Alto 2, Tuesday
Boys Soccer:
Gunn 2, Santa Clara 1, Tuesday
Girls Soccer:
Menlo 3, Castilleja 0, Tuesday
Boys Soccer:
Los Altos 2, Menlo 2, Tuesday
Boys Soccer:
Palo Alto 2, Sequoia 0, Monday

 
Athletes of the Week

Ila Lane
Priory basketball
The UC Santa Barbara-bound senior scored 49 points and had 51 rebounds to help the Panthers win the Terra Nova Jim Soden tournament over the weekend. She had 21 rebounds and 13 points in the title game.

Noa Ngalu
Menlo-Atherton football
The senior two-way lineman, headed to Washington, was a major factor in the Bears 27-20 victory over Eureka in the Northern California 3-AA championship, including forcing a fumble that led to a TD.

 
Sports Calendar

Saturday, December 15
Womens Wrestling
Menlo at West Coast Tournament (Rocklin) 8 a.m.
Girls Wrestling
Palo Alto at Rose Garden Rumble (Lincoln) 9 a.m.
Girls Basketball
Palo Alto at Evergreen Valley 11 a.m.
Girls Soccer
Sacred Heart Prep at Firebird Classic (Fremont High) 11 a.m.
Womens Basketball
Baylor at Stanford 12 p.m.
Boys Basketball
Menlo-Atherton at Bellarmine Tournament 12 p.m.
Girls Soccer
Gunn at Firebird Classic (Fremont High) 12 p.m.
Girls Soccer
Palo Alto at Firebird Classic (Fremont High) 1 p.m.
Girls Soccer
Menlo at Firebird Classic (Fremont High) 1 p.m.
Boys Soccer
Menlo-Atherton at Homestead Tournament 1 p.m.
Boys Soccer
Hillsdale at Sacred Heart Prep 1 p.m.
Girls Basketball
Hercules at Gunn 1:30 p.m.
Girls Basketball
Priory vs. St. Francis at Presentation Shootout 2 p.m.
Girls Soccer
Menlo-Atherton at Firebird Classic (Fremont High) 3:15 p.m.
Mens Basketball
Menlo vs. Western Montana at Cactus Classic (Phoenix) 4 p.m.
Mens Basketball
Eastern Washington at Stanford 4 p.m.
Boys Basketball
Westmoor at Woodside 5:30 p.m.
Boys Basketball
Palo Alto at Salesian 6 p.m.
Sunday, December 16
Mens Basketball
Menlo vs. Northern Montana at Cactus Classic (Phoenix) 12 p.m.
Monday, December 17
Boys Basketball
Gunn at Evergreen Valley 7 p.m.
Tuesday, December 18
Womens Basketball
Stanford at Tennessee 3 p.m.
Girls Basketball
Kehillah Jewsih at Nueva 4:15 p.m.
Boys Basketball
Kehillah Jewsih at Nueva 5:45 p.m.
Mens Basketball
San Jose State at Stanford 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday, December 19
Girls Basketball
Westmoor at Gunn 7:30 p.m.

 
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Varsity Boys Basketball, Gunn vs. Westmont, Dec 7, 2018
Evan Dray game winning buzzer beater

 
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Sports Headlines

Two top volleyball programs ready for final showdown
Top-ranked Stanford (33-1) will take on sixth-ranked Nebraska (29-6) for the NCAA women's volleyball national title on Saturday. The match will be televised at 6 p.m. on ESPN2. Friday, 2:36 PM

Stanford grad Piscotty honored with Tony Conigliaro Award
Former Stanford All-American Stephen Piscotty, an outfielder with the Oakland Athletics, earned the Tony Conigliaro Award from Major League Baseball it was announced Friday. Friday, 1:14 PM

Prep report: A pair of soccer hat tricks highlight action
The Menlo School boys' soccer team opened West Bay Athletic League play with a convincing 7-0 victory over host Crystal Springs Thursday. In girls soccer, Amaya Gray scored three goals and host Priory beat San Mateo, 4-1, in a nonleague match. Friday, 2:52 PM

A youthful Gunn boys hoops team continues to learn
It's been an up and down season through the early part of Gunn's boys basketball schedule, with senior Evan Dray the one constant. The Titans hit another bump Thursday in a 55-35 setback to Sobrato in the semifinals of the Panther Invitational in San Jose. Friday, 12:43 AM

Stanford digs the scene in Minneapolis, reaches title match
Tamiu Alade recorded 14 blocks and Morgan Hentz added 20 digs to help lead the top-ranked Stanford women's volleyball team past BYU, 25-15, 25-15, 25-18, in Thursday's national semifinal at Target Center in Minneapolis. Friday, 1:17 AM

Stanford's Plummer earns espnW's Player of the Year
Stanford junior outside hitter Kathryn Plummer, tabbed espnW's Women's Volleyball National Player of the Year on Thursday, thrives on honing her skills in every facet of the game. She's becoming as proficient a defensive player as she is an offensive force. Thursday, 7:13 PM

Menlo College women topple Emmanuel in wrestling
The top-ranked NAIA Menlo women's wrestling team (ranked 6th in the WCWA) took a big step forward Wednesday with its 34-11 dual-meet victory over visiting NCAA Division II Emmanuel College. The Lions came in ranked fourth in the WCWA. Thursday, 3:43 PM

Prep report: Paly girls, SHP soccer, Menlo boys all win
Annika Shah scored 20 points to help the Palo Alto girls basketball team beat Menlo-Atherton 52-33 in a nonleague contest on Wednesday. Cole Kastner had 24 points and 15 rebounds in Menlo School's 55-47 victory over host Homestead in a boys basketball contest. Thursday, 1:41 AM

Palo Alto boys basketball hangs on to down Santa Teresa
Marvin Zou staved off a possible demoralizing loss with a baseline drive for a bucket and the lead and Palo Alto held on for a 54-53 victory over Santa Teresa Wednesday at the Peery Center. Wednesday, 11:01 PM

M-A football seniors have a chance to finish careers on top
It's a rare circumstance for a senior to have the opportunity to win a state championship the last time he suits up in a high school football game. Such is the case for the 28 seniors on Menlo-Atherton's 70-man roster as the Bears prepare to play Lincoln of San Diego on Saturday for the CIF 3-AA state championship. Kickoff is slated for 6 p.m. at Sequoia High. Wednesday, 3:08 PM | 2 comments

Plummer leads women's volleyball All-American honors
Kathryn Plummer was named a first team women's volleyball All-American for the third straight year and five other Stanford players also earned All-American status, including two on the first team, two on the second team and an honorable mention. Wednesday, 3:00 PM

ALL-LEAGUE GIRLS WATER POLO TEAMS

Menlo girls basketball, girls soccer both improve to 6-1

Pair of Stanford students named Scholar All-Americans

TopDrawerSoccer names Stanford's Macario top player

ALL-LEAGUE BOYS WATER POLO TEAMS

Priory soph on fire in hoops, Paly boys soccer win

SHP grad Burr-Kirven named first team AP All-American

ALL-LEAGUE FOOTBALL TEAMS

Football All-American; men's soccer All-Region picks

Three girls win wrestling titles; Paly freshman wins a boys title

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