UCLA 6, Stanford 5, Saturday
Stanford 6, USC 5, Saturday
Sacred Heart Prep 14, Serra 8, Saturday
Menlo College drops DH at, Westmont , Saturday
Gunn 8, San Mateo 0, Saturday
St. Francis 6, Palo Alto 4, Saturday
Palo Alto 5, Los Altos 1, Friday
Woodside 8, Burlingame 0, Friday
Sacred Heart Prep 9, Sequoia 3, Friday
Mitty 7, Sacred Heart Prep 4, Friday
Menlo-Atherton 17, Castilleja 0, Friday
Menlo College splits DH with, Westmont , Friday
Gunn 499, Palo Alto 431, Friday
Palo Alto 414, Monta Vista 383, Friday
Stanford 14, Cal State Bakersfield 2, Friday
Sacred Heart Cathedral 3, Sacred Heart Prep 1, Thursday
Menlo 12, Aragon 1, Thursday
Alma Heights 8, Mid-Peninsula 3, Thursday
Pinewood 4, Thomas More 1, Thursday
Gunn 9, Fremont 5, Thursday
Gunn 9, Palo Alto 5, Thursday
Menlo-Atherton 11, South San Francisco 4, Thursday
Aragon 2, Woodside 0, Thursday
Arizona 3, Stanford 2, Thursday
Stanford 4, Utah 0, Thursday
Palo Alto swimming
The junior helped the Vikings win two titles within four days of each other. She won two individual events and swam on two winning relays in Palo Alto's victory over Gunn last week, clinching the SCVAL dual-meet title. She repeated her efforts over the weekend as the Vikings won the Section Challenge at Sacred Heart Prep.
Menlo track & field
The junior distance runner has been making steady progress since missing the cross country season with an injury. At the CCS Top 8 meet over the weekend, Miranda placed second in both the 1,600 and 3,200 meters, establishing a personal best in the 1,600 with a time of 4:14.85, seven seconds better than he ran last year.
Stanford at Pac-12 Championships (Ojai) 1 p.m.
Mid-Peninsula at Pinewood 4 p.m.
Mountain View at Gunn 6 p.m.
Palo Alto at Leland 7 p.m.
Gunn, Palo Alto at De Anza Division Trials 3 p.m.
Gunn, Palo Alto at De Anza Division Trials 3 p.m.
Castilleja vs. St. Francis at El Camino Park (Palo Alto) 3 p.m.
Gunn at Los Altos 4 p.m.
Aragon at Menlo-Atherton 4 p.m.
Mitty at Menlo-Atherton 4 p.m.
Kehillah Jewish at Pinewood 4 p.m.
Mercy-Burlingame at Pinewood 4 p.m.
Menlo at San Mateo 4 p.m.
Palo Alto at SCVAL playoffs 4 p.m.
Palo Alto at Willow Glen 4 p.m.
Gunn at Castilleja 4:30 p.m.
San Jose State at Stanford 5:30 p.m.
Menlo at Menlo-Atherton 5:30 p.m.
Menlo, Sacred Heart Prep, Pinewood at WBAL CCS Qualifying tournament (Eagle Rock GC) 3 p.m.
Menlo-Atherton at PAL Trials (Burlingame) 3:30 p.m.
Sacred Heart Prep at Capuchino 4 p.m.
Gunn at Cupertino 4 p.m.
Mitty at Menlo-Atherton 4 p.m.
Gunn at Milpitas 4 p.m.
Drew at Pinewood 4 p.m.
Womens Softball, Stanford vs. UCLA, Saturday
Stanford softball highlights
Westmont vs. Menlo College drops DH
Palo Alto vs. Gunn
Running wild, running free around the country
The Stanford women's 4x800 relay team finished third at the 123rd Penn Relays at Franklin Field on Saturday, one of many quality performances from Stanford track and field athletes at various venues. Sunday, 2:22 AM
Cardinal corner: Water polo gets a second chance at the Bruins
Makenzie Fischer and Jordan Raney each scored twice and No. 2 Stanford coupled timely scores with stout defense to beat No. 3 USC 6-5 in an MPSF women's water polo Tournament semifinal on Saturday at UCLA. Sunday, 3:07 AM
Prep report: Knights are lights out at Sacramento event
Several top performers from the Menlo School track and field team took part Saturday in the Sacramento Meet of Champions and gained valuable experience for the big meets -- the league and Central Coast Section finals -- coming up in the next few weeks. Sunday, 1:26 AM
Stanford sweeps through another Pac-12 baseball series
Senior southpaw Chris Castellanos struck out a career-high 12 in eight scoreless innings to lead the No. 18 Stanford baseball team to its eighth straight win and second straight sweep, 3-1, over No. 13 Arizona on Saturday. Sunday, 12:30 AM
Cardinal women take Pac-12 tennis tourney title
It's the postseason and, as usual, the sixth-ranked Stanford women's tennis team has a front row seat to the action. The Cardinal reaffirmed its regular-season title with a Pac-12 Conference tournament title, beating California 4-0 in Ojai on Saturday in the championship match. Saturday, 11:58 PM
Menlo College's Aberouette second in GSAC heptathlon
Dorian Aberouette placed second in the heptathlon at the Golden State Athletic Conference Track and Field Championships on Friday at Westmont College, and the men's and women's teams both had a number of standout performances.
Saturday, 9:49 PM
Fast and getting faster: Gunn boys, Paly girls defend titles
The form sheets held true Friday as a couple of defending Central Coast Section champions, the Gunn boys and the Palo Alto girls, won team titles at the Santa Clara Valley Athletic League De Anza Division swim finals. Saturday, 9:06 PM
Cardinal corner: Baseball makes it seven straight
Junior Matt Winaker tied a career high with three hits, delivered two big knocks and scored the game-winning run to lead No. 18 Stanford to its seventh consecutive win, 4-3, over No. 13 Arizona at Sunken Diamond on Friday night. Saturday, 1:41 AM
Stanford's Gunn brings young coach to men's soccer staff
Collin Audley, a four-year letterwinner and former captain at Denver, has been added to the Stanford men's soccer staff as a volunteer assistant coach, Jeremy Gunn announced Friday Friday, 12:14 PM
Stanford grad Falls added to Menlo volleyball staff
Menlo College men's volleyball coach Atlee Frechette announced the hiring of Denny Falls as an assistant coach. Falls and Frechette are the first two coaches on the staff for men's volleyball, which will begin play in the Spring of 2018. Friday, 12:59 PM
The gift of inspiration helps Menlo's first-year coach
Winning isn't everything but its good for the soul, especially when it's derived from hard work and the willingness to set aside personal goals for the good of the team. That's what the Menlo baseball team has given their first-year coach Sean Riley as it maintains a two-game lead in the PAL Ocean Division. Thursday, 10:45 PM
Cardinal corner: Men's tennis reaches semis of Pac-12 tourney
Tom Fawcett's resiliency in singles added his name to the Stanford record books and led the way in a 4-2 win over fourth-seeded Oregon in the Pac-12 men's tennis tournament quarterfinals Thursday at Ojai Valley Tennis Club. Thursday, 9:03 PM
NFL draft: Thomas goes to Niners; McCaffrey to Panthers
It takes a Stanford football man to know a Stanford football player. That connection led to Solomon Thomas being drafted by the San Francisco 49ers and their new general manager, Cardinal grad John Lynch. Thursday, 8:36 PM
Stanford women seeded first in NCAA golf regional
The Stanford women's golf team was awarded the No. 1 seed at the NCAA Albuquerque Regional, it was announced Thursday. The Cardinal will be one of 18 teams competing May 8-10 at the University of New Mexico Championship Course. The top six advance to the NCAA Championships (May 19-24) at Rich Harvest Farms in Sugar Grove, Illinois. Thursday, 3:03 PM
Prep report: SHP's Spina throws a gem of a baseball game
Cole Spina pitched a two-hitter and Sacred Heart Prep put together a solid team effort to beat visiting Sequoia 7-0 in a Peninsula Athletic League Bay Division baseball game Wednesday. Thursday, 10:59 AM
SH Prep rules the water in dual meet victory over Knights
Sacred Heart Prep sophomore Kyle Ballack won a pair of individual events and led off two winning relays. The Gators parlayed that into an impressive 110-57 decision over visiting Menlo in the final West Bay Athletic League boys swimming meet of the regular season Wednesday. Thursday, 12:50 AM
Paly wins the track and field battle over rival Gunn
Palo Alto swept its track and field dual meet Wednesday with visiting Gunn. The boys had an easy time of it in an 94-33 victory. The girls meet was more competitive with Palo Alto ending up on top by a 69-57 margin.
Wednesday, 11:21 PM
Grieb intends to keep same football system at SH Prep
In hiring Mark Grieb to replace Pete Lavorato as head football coach, Sacred Heart Prep is handing the reins to an individual with a wealth of local experience. Wednesday, 9:39 PM
2017 guide to summer camps
Looking for something for the kids to do this summer, learn something new and have fun? The 2017 Summer Camp Guide features local camps for all ages and interests.