Pinewood 72, St. Ignatius 39, yesterday
Stanford 1230, California 1028, yesterday
Miclau (Stanford) wins Platform, Pac-12 Championships , yesterday
Stanford 86, Washington 79, yesterday
Palo Alto 75, St. Ignatius 60, yesterday
Archbishop Mitty 14, Gunn 13, yesterday
Stanford 21, Harvard 11, yesterday
Presentation 58, Menlo 50, yesterday
Stanford 4, UC Davis 0, yesterday
Stanford 15, Long Beach State 3, yesterday
Stanford 6, UNLV 1, yesterday
Palo Alto 75, St. Ignatius 60, yesterday
Mitty 80, Menlo 58, yesterday
USC 49, Stanford 27, yesterday
BYU 34, Stanford 11, yesterday
Westmont 8, Menlo 7, yesterday
Stanford 5, Santa Clara 3, yesterday
Menlo-Atherton at, CIF State Championships , yesterday
Locals at, CCS Championships , yesterday
Menlo qualifiers , NAIA Championships , yesterday
Southern Oregon 7, Menlo 4, yesterday
Menlo 4, Southern Oregon 3, yesterday
Stanford 7, Rice 2, Thursday
Gunn 72, Pioneer 40, Thursday
Castilleja 38, Anzar 24, Thursday
Eastside Prep basketball
The senior point guard scored 22 points in a victory in a victory over Menlo School and then scored 20 in a win over Sacred Heart Prep that guaranteed the Panthers a spot in the Central Coast Section Open Division.
Eastside Prep basketball
The junior helped Eastside Prep upset second-place Sacred Heart Prep by scoring 32 points, which included an 8-of-8 night from the foul line. He came back to help the Panthers beat Crystal Springs Uplands.
Stanford at California 1 p.m.
Rice at Stanford 1 p.m.
Castilleja vs. Notre Dame-Salinas at Alma Heights Christian (CCS Division V) 1 p.m.
Gunn vs. Willow Glen at Aragon (CCS Division II) 1 p.m.
Menlo-Atherton at Mitty (CCS Open Division) 1 p.m.
Alma Heights at Pinewood (CCS Division V) 1 p.m.
Sacred Heart Prep vs. Santa Cruz at Scotts Valley (CCS Division IV) 1 p.m.
San Diego Christian at Menlo 2 p.m.
UC Davis at Stanford 2 p.m.
Pinewood, Priory, Eastside Prep vs. TBD at Pinewood (CCS Division V) 2 p.m.
Menlo at San Ramon Valley 2 p.m.
Cal Poly at Stanford 2:30 p.m.
Eastside Prep vs. Stevenson at Pinewood (CCS Division V) 2:45 p.m.
Palo Alto vs. Carlmont at Santa Clara (CCS Division I) 2:45 p.m.
Priory vs. TBD at Alma Heights Christian (CCS Division V) 3 p.m.
Menlo-Atherton vs. TBD at Piedmont Hills (CCS Division I) 3 p.m.
Menlo-Atherton vs. TBD at Santa Clara (CCS Division I) 3 p.m.
Palo Alto vs. TBD at Santa Clara High (CCS Division I) 3 p.m.
Sacred Heart Prep vs. Scotts Valley or Santa Cruz at Scotts Valley (CCS Division IV) 3 p.m.
Stanford at Hawaii 3:30 p.m.
San Diego Christian at Menlo 4 p.m.
Washington State at Stanford 4 p.m.
Stanford at Washington 4 p.m.
Sacred Heart Prep vs. Jefferson at Hartnell College (CCS Division IV) 4:30 p.m.
Menlo-Atherton vs. Los Altos at Piedmont Hills (CCS Division I) 4:30 p.m.
Mens Gymnastics, Winter Cup vs. Stanford, Feb 17, 2018
Akash Modi on the pommel horse at the Winter Cup in Las Vegas
Mitty vs. Menlo
Stanford vs. Sacramento State
Gunn vs. Palo Alto
Pinewood, Eastside Prep girls open with wins in CCS hoops
The West Bay Athletic League girls basketball teams playing in the Central Coast Section Open Division more than held their own. Pinewood and Eastside Prep won while Menlo School played hard and fell, by eight points to the No. 3 seed. Saturday, 3:21 AM
Cardinal corner: Home sweet home for women's tennis
There's no place like home, especially if you happen to play with the Stanford women's tennis team, which loses so rarely at home that it's almost unthinkable. The Cardinal will be hanging around a lot, opening a nine-game homestand with a 6-1 victory over UNLV on Friday. Saturday, 2:20 AM
Cardinal women survive another barrage from Huskies
Brittany McPhee scored 25 points and the 16th-ranked Stanford women's basketball team survived a stern test from last-place Washington on Friday night, beating the Huskies 86-79 in a Pac-12 Conference contest. Saturday, 2:18 AM
Vikings conquer SI, make headway onto uncharted turf
For the first time in the six years of the Central Coast Section Open Division boys basketball playoffs, a public school team advanced past the first round and it was Palo Alto that did the honors with a 75-60 win over St. Ignatius Friday night at Fremont High. Saturday, 12:19 AM
Stanford women setting more swimming records at Pac-12s
Top-ranked and defending NCAA champion Stanford set two American records on Day Three of the Pac-12 Women's Swimming and Diving Championships. Sophomore Katie Ledecky set the standard in the 400-yard individual medley and the quartet of Sacred Heart Prep grad Ally Howe, Kim Williams, Janet Hu and Simone Manuel combined for a record-breaking swim in the 400 medley relay on Friday. Friday, 11:58 PM
Daschbach's HR helps Stanford baseball win sixth in a row
Sacred Heart Prep grad Andrew Daschbach hit a home run in the seventh inning, Tristan Beck got through five tough innings and No. 12 Stanford extended its season-opening winning streak to six games, beating visiting visiting Rice 6-2, on Friday night in a nonconference contest. Friday, 10:07 PM
Stanford men continue playing basketball like its 1998
It was an interesting sight to say the least. Former Stanford coach Mike Montgomery interviewed Reid Travis following Stanford's thoroughly convincing 94-78 Pac-12 men's basketball victory over visiting Washington on Thursday night. Friday, 2:14 AM
Cardinal corner: Women swimmers overtake Cal
No. 1 Stanford took over the lead on Day Two of the Pac-12 Swimming and Diving Championships at Weyerhaeuser King County Aquatic Center led by Olympic gold medalists Katie Ledecky and Simone Manuel in the 500 and 50-yard freestyles, respectively Friday, 2:06 AM
Gunn plays harmonious basketball in CCS victory
The Gunn boys made their postseason debut a positive one Thursday, blowing out Pioneer 72-40 in the Central Coast Section Division II playoffs. Gunn utilized its size advantage on the frontline to dominate the inside. Brendan Mora led the way with 21 points and 12 rebounds. Friday, 1:00 AM
Fundamentally sound basketball leads to SHP win in CCS
After a mediocre first three quarters, Eric DeBrine's shot returned just in time to propel Sacred Heart over Seaside, 60-52, in the second round of the Central Coast Section Division IV boys basketball playoffs in Atherton. The 6-foot-6 DeBrine finished with a game-high 25 points Friday, 12:43 AM
Chen found rhythm and the Gators couldn't ask for more
Niki Chen found her groove just when her Castilleja girls basketball teammates needed her the most. As a result, the Gators are heading into the Central Coast Section Division V quarterfinals with plenty of momentum following a 38-24 stomping over visiting Anzar on Thursday night. Friday, 12:28 AM | 1 comments
Paly, Menlo boys try to alter WCAL domination of CCS Open
The Central Coast Section Open Division is unknown territory for the Menlo School boys basketball team, the defending Division IV champions. Defending Division I champion Palo Alto has been in this situation before and the Vikings have plenty of experience. Thursday, 10:50 PM
Local teams in CCS girls Open Division to make it interesting
To no one's surprise, Archbishop Mitty is seeded No. 1 and Pinewood No. 2 in the Central Coast Section Open Division girls basketball playoffs. If all goes according to form in the first two rounds, a much-anticipated Mitty-Pinewood matchup will take place March 2 in the championship game. Thursday, 10:50 PM
Six M-A wrestlers ready for the girls state meet this weekend
Menlo-Atherton is sending five girls to the state wrestling meet at the Visalia Convention Center, which begins Friday at 9 a.m. The meet continues Saturday with consolation rounds at 9 a.m. and finals at 6 p.m. Thursday, 4:21 PM
No. 2 Stanford tennis plays at home Friday vs. the Aggies
The second-ranked Stanford men's tennis returns home to host UC Davis on Friday at 2 p.m. and then travels across the Bay to face No. 36 California on Saturday at 1 p.m. Thursday, 1:47 PM