Stanford 4, Florida 1, yesterday
Stanford 69, USC 67, yesterday
Stanford 6, Pepperdine 1, yesterday
Stanford 32, Cal Poly 5, yesterday
Oregon Tech 11, Menlo 7, yesterday
Menlo 4, Oregon Tech 3, yesterday
Menlo 3, Ottawa Arizona 0, Saturday
Menlo-Atherton 57, Homestead 45, Saturday
Leland 4, Menlo-Atherton 2, Saturday
Menlo-Atherton 7, Alisal 6, Saturday
Sacred Heart Prep 1, South San Francisco 0, Saturday
Aragon 59, Gunn 47, Saturday
Menlo-Atherton 221, Gunn 72, Saturday
Stanford 104, UCLA 80, Saturday
Sacred Heart Prep 63, Half Moon Bay 62, Saturday
Priory 6, Gunderson 0, Saturday
Sacred Heart Prep 5, Alisal 0, Saturday
Gilroy 352, Palo Alto 113, Saturday
Stanford 2, Iowa State 1, Saturday
Stanford 17, UC Davis 6, Saturday
Mitty 83, Eastside Prep 48, Friday
Pinewood 61, St. Francis 39, Friday
St. Ignatius 66, Menlo 50, Friday
Gunn 68, Yerba Buena 28, Friday
Menlo-Atherton 68, Half Moon Bay 66, Friday
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.
M-A vs. Woodside at Sharon Height G&CC 3 p.m.
Stanford at The Prestige (La Quinta) 9 a.m.
Seaside at Sacred Heart Prep (CCS Division IV) 3 p.m.
Los Altos at Gunn 3:30 p.m.
Sacred Heart Prep at Menlo-Atherton 3:30 p.m.
Woodside at Aragon (CCS Division II) 5:30 p.m.
Los Gatos at Palo Alto (CCS Division I) 5:30 p.m.
Menlo at Carmel (CCS Division IV) 7 p.m.
Stevenson at Castilleja (CCS Division V) 7 p.m.
Pinewood at Eastside Prep (CCS Division V) 7 p.m.
Menlo-Atherton at North Salinas (CCS Division I) 7 p.m.
Priory at Nueva (CCS Division V) 7 p.m.
Sacred Heart Prep at Pacific Grove (CCS Division IV) 7 p.m.
Independence at Palo Alto (CCS Division I) 7 p.m.
Sacred Heart Cathedral at Palo Alto 7 p.m.
Shasta Summit at Priory (CCS Division V) 7 p.m.
Mercy San Francisco at Sacred Heart Prep (CCS Division IV) 7 p.m.
Palo Alto at St. Francis 7 p.m.
Stanford at The Prestige (La Quinta) 9 a.m.
North Salinas at Menlo (CCS Division II) 3 p.m.
Monterey at Sacred Heart Prep (CCS Division I) 3 p.m.
Priory at Monte Vista Christian (CCS Division IV) 4:30 p.m.
Menlo-Atherton vs. Sacred Heart Cathedral at Independence (CCS Open Division) 5:30 p.m.
Stanford at Arizona State 6 p.m.
Prospect at Menlo-Atherton (CCS Division I) 7 p.m.
Varsity Girls Wrestling, Gunn vs. Menlo-Atherton, Saturday
Evelyn Calhoon and Ashley Wang in championship of 121.
Stanford vs. USC
Alisal vs. Menlo-Atherton
Yerba Buena vs. Gunn
Sharma earns Pac-12 basketball Player of Week honors
Stanford senior Josh Sharma was voted the Pac-12 Men's Basketball Player of the Week for his efforts in a home sweep of USC and UCLA over the weekend. Monday, 3:22 PM
Stanford's Smith honored by Pac-12 for the third time
Stanford's Alanna Smith earned Pac-12 Women's Basketball Player of the Week for her performances in the Cardinal's road sweep of UCLA and USC. It's the Australian forward's fourth career weekly conference honor and her third of the season. Monday, 3:13 PM
Cardinal corner: Baseball, men's tennis pick up wins
Will Matthiessen earned the win in relief and drove in the game-winning run in the eighth inning to lift No. 12 Stanford to a 6-1 win over Pepperdine on Sunday at Tempe Diablo Field. Sunday, 8:25 PM
Stanford wrestlers ride seniors to big Pac-12 victory
Stanford's seniors flexed their muscles Sunday and the four who were in Stanford's lineup each won in a 32-5 Pac-12 Conference victory over Cal Poly at Maples Pavilion. The Cardinal won nine of the 10 bouts and finished 6-0 at home.
Sunday, 7:49 PM
Last second shot gives Stanford women a Pac-12 hoops victory
All-America candidate Alanna Smith hit a layup with three seconds to play, lifting No. 10 Stanford to a 69-67 victory over host USC in a Pac-12 Conference women's basketball contest on Sunday. Sunday, 6:25 PM
M-A wins girls CCS wrestling team title; Four place first
Menlo-Atherton won its third consecutive Central Coast Section girls wrestling championship Saturday at Independence High. Four wrestlers took home individual titles, including four-time champion Folashade Akinola. Monday, 7:28 AM | 3 comments
CCS hoops: Gators bite Cougars in the end; Menlo wins
Forward Jai Deshpande scored 17 points, Brendan Carney had 14 points and the Sacred Heart Prep boys basketball team downed Half Moon Bay, 63-62, in theCentral Coast Section Division IV tournament. Sunday, 1:46 AM
CCS soccer: Six local teams advance into the semifinals
Kevin Box scored in the first half, getting an assist from Brian Tinsley, and Sacred Heart Prep opened the Central Coast Section Division I boys soccer tournament with a 1-0 victory over visiting South San Francisco on Saturday. Sunday, 9:07 PM
Cardinal corner: Softball's special delivery is a hit
Freshman Emily Klingaman delivered a walk-off win with a ground ball to shortstop that plated Alyssa Horeczko in the bottom of the eighth as the Stanford softball team (6-1) posted a 2-1 win over Iowa State (1-5) on Saturday at the DeMarini Invitational. Saturday, 8:24 PM
Fischer continues scoring spree in Stanford water polo win
Makenzie Fischer scored six goals for the fourth time in five games and second-ranked Stanford rolled to a 17-6 win at No. 11 UC Davis on Saturday afternoon in a nonconference women's water polo match. Saturday, 5:55 PM
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
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