Gunn 5, Menlo 4, Saturday
Palo Alto 3, Carlmont 1, Saturday
Los Altos 7, Sacred Heart Prep 0, Saturday
Montana Western 74, Menlo 61, Saturday
Hope International 3, Menlo 0, Saturday
Menlo 8, Hope International 6, Saturday
Hope International 9, Menlo 7, Saturday
Pinewood 78, Mitty 67, Saturday
Las Lomas 44, Palo Alto 41, Saturday
Priory 59, Bradshaw Christian 58, Saturday
Stanford 82, Gonzaga 68, Saturday
Stanford 593, California 373, Saturday
Menlo 15, San Diego Christian 7, Saturday
Menlo 7, San Diego Christian 1, Saturday
Sacred Heart Prep 20, Redwood 6, Saturday
Sacred Heart Prep 6, Los Gatos 3, Saturday
Palo Alto 117, Saratoga 64, Friday
Gunn 20, Willow Glen 4, Friday
Palo Alto 104, Saratoga 75, Friday
Stanford at, Hornet Invitational , Friday
Wilcox 3, Palo Alto 0, Friday
Fremont 3, Sacred Heart Prep 1, Friday
Los Gatos 5, Palo Alto 2, Friday
Stanford at, NCAA Championships , Friday
Stanford 414, California 268, Friday
Tatum Angotti, Zoe Zaharias
Sacred Heart Prep basketball
The senior and junior are top scorers for the Gators but what set them apart last week was their defense against Campolindo's Haley Van Dyke, who averaged 30 points and 17 rebounds and was held to a season-low by SHP, in the NorCal opener.
The senior post scored a career-high 31 points and matched his career-high with 19 rebounds in Menlo's NorCal road victory over Clayton Valley. For an encore, Woodson scored 22 points and had 13 rebounds, 10 offensive, in a win at Central in Fresno.
Gunn at Woodside 7 a.m.
Sacred Heart Prep at Wildcat Invitational (Meadow Club) 10 a.m.
Stanford at Oklahoma State (NIT second round) 4 p.m.
Crystal Springs Uplands at Menlo 4 p.m.
Cherry Creek at Menlo 5:30 p.m.
Lynbrook at Palo Alto 3:30 p.m.
Lynbrook at Palo Alto 3:30 p.m.
The King's Academy at Sacred Heart Prep 3:30 p.m.
Mitty at Castilleja (El Camino Park) 4 p.m.
Palo Alto at Cupertino 4 p.m.
Burlingame at Menlo-Atherton 4 p.m.
Menlo at Priory 4 p.m.
Sacred Heart Prep at Menlo 5:30 p.m.
Menlo-Atherton at Aragon 7 p.m.
Menlo at Foothill 7 p.m.
Carlmont at Palo Alto 7 p.m.
Sacred Heart Prep at Bellarmine 3:30 p.m.
Woodside at Sacred Heart Prep 3:30 p.m.
Santa Clara at Palo Alto 6:45 p.m.
The King's Academy at Sacred Heart Prep 6:45 p.m.
Los Altos at Gunn 7 p.m.
Gunn at Los Altos 7 p.m.
Gunn at Los Gatos 7 p.m.
Casa Grande at Palo Alto 7 p.m.
St. Francis at Menlo 3:30 p.m.
Varsity Girls Basketball, Pinewood vs. Mitty, Saturday
Pinewood celebrates after beating Mitty -- Glenn Reeves
Bradshaw Christian vs. Priory
Los Gatos vs. Palo Alto
Menlo-Atherton vs. St. Francis
Pinewood girls rise to the top of their game, beat No. 1 Mitty
For the second time in three years the Pinewood girls basketball team knocked off the top-ranked team in the nation. This time the Panthers took down long-time nemesis Archbishop Mitty, 78-67, in an epic triple-overtime game at Santa Clara University in the Northern California Open Division final. Sunday, 12:24 AM | 2 comments
Veteran and rookie combine to lead Stanford in NCAA win
Alanna Smith has been there before. Newcomer Kiana Williams plays like she's been there. Together they were unstoppable, leading Stanford to an 82-68 victory over Gonzaga in the first round of the NCAA women's basketball tournament Saturday inside Maples Pavilion. Sunday, 3:14 AM
Palo Alto comes up short in NorCal Division I championship game
Palo Alto scored less than 50 points for the first time this season in a 44-41 loss to Las Lomas in the Northern California Division I championship game Saturday at Santa Clara University. Sunday, 8:29 AM
Howe leaves a golden legacy, Zhao ready to begin hers
Sacred Heart Prep grad Ally Howe will leave Stanford knowing she helped bring the school two NCAA swimming and diving championships and a plethora of related accomplishments. Palo Alto grad Grace Zhao is just getting started, acquiring her first two All-American honors, in the 100 breast and 200 breast, in her freshman season. Sunday, 1:59 AM
Late heroics lead Priory girls to berth in state title game
Priory outlasted visiting Bradshaw Christian of Sacramento, 59-58, for the CIF Northern California Division IV girls basketball championship title. Priory (17-14) gets a shot at a state title next Saturday, taking on Rolling Hills Prep (30-2) in the 10 a.m. contest at Golden 1 Center in Sacramento. Saturday, 10:59 PM | 1 comments
Cardinal corner: Final throw is winner; lacrosse also wins
In her collegiate debut, Stanford freshman Virginia Miller won the javelin on the competition's final throw Saturday as Stanford opened the outdoor track and field season at the Hornet Invitational. Sunday, 2:10 AM
Cardinal corner: Stanford women beat rain, the Utes
After a long wait while dodging rain drops for most of the day, No. 25 Stanford and Utah found a pocket of sunlight in the late afternoon and the Cardinal made quick work of the Utes.
Saturday, 12:39 AM
Prep report: Paly swimmers win SCVAL meet at Saratoga
Zoe Lusk and Claire Lin each won an individual event and swam on two winning relay teams to help Palo Alto's girls swimming team down host Saratoga, 117-64, in a SCVAL meet Friday. Saturday, 12:35 AM
Howe about that: SHP grad wins first NCAA individual title
Sacred Heart Prep grad Ally Howe has been involved with several NCAA titles as a member of various relay teams. Friday, she was all alone on top of the podium after winning her first individual NCAA title, the 100 back. Friday, 9:05 PM
Nostalgia aside, Stanford women ready to play
Stanford women's basketball coach Tara VanDerveer sounded a little nostalgic Friday when discussing her two seniors, Brittany McPhee and Kaylee Johnson, on the eve of the NCAA tournament, in which the Cardinal serves as first and second round host through Monday. Friday, 8:41 PM
Menlo College women write own history with NAIA win
Celina Pagan scored 25 of her 28 points and grabbed seven of her team-high eight rebounds in the second half as No. 23 Menlo College beat Benedictine-Kansas, 88-78, in Billings, MT on Friday to advance into the quarterfinals of the NAIA Women's Basketball National Tournament, a program first. Friday, 5:16 PM
Calling all photographers!
Enter your best shots in the 2018 Peninsula Photo Contest. Open to anyone who lives, works or attends school within the 650 area code. There are both Adult and Youth divisions and six different categories to submit your digital images. Deadline for entries is Monday, April 2.