The Stanford 16U Red and 12U Red boys' water polo teams both remained unbeaten following the first two days of the National Junior Olympics in Orange County.
Both squads took 4-0 records into Monday's third round, looking to advance to medal matches on Tuesday. Following a day off Wednesday, the girls' competition will begin.
The 16U team, coached by Brian Kreutzkamp from Sacred Heart Prep, outscored its four opponents 46-22. Stanford opened with a 14-4 win over Thunder Black, topped Clovis A by 13-2, edged San Diego Shores, 10-8, and got by Rose Bowl, 9-8.
The Stanford 12U team, which was coming off a team title at the US Club Championships, opened with a 14-1 win over Chula Vista Aquatics before adding a 14-3 win over Shore Aquatics. Stanford then won a pair of shooutouts -- 4.4 to 4.2 over American River A and 9.5 to 9.2 over CC United Black A. Stanford is coached by Gunn High coach Matt Johnson.
The Stanford 18U Red team went 3-2 and the Stanford White was 2-3 after the opening two days in Orange County.
Stanford Red defeated Kearns (16-0), SoCal Black (13-4) and American River (7-4).
The Stanford 14U team went 3-1 for coach Clarke Weatherspoon with wins over Tualatin Hills (23-4), South Coast (7-6) and SHAQ (10-9) before dropping a 13-6 decision to Northwoood Navy.
The Stanford 12U White team went 3-2 in championship division play.
In the Classic Division, The Stanford 16U White team went 3-1 and the Black squad was 0-3. In the 14s, Stanford White was 3-2.
Track and field
Menlo School senior Maddy Price of the Menlo iGreyhounds Track Club finished finished seventh in the 400 finals of the Girls' 17-18 division at the USATF Junior Olympic Track and Field Championships on Saturday at North Carolina A&T State University in Greensboro.
Running her third race in two days, Price got off to a slow start and never was able to close while clocking 55.50. The winner was Felicia Majors in 53.61. Price ran 55.30 in the semifinals and 55.37 in the opening round.
Club and school teammates Zoe Enright and Lizzie Lacy finished 11th and 12th in the 3,000 meters for 15-16 girls. Enright ran 11:05.12 with Lacy right behind in 11:17.60.