Castilleja 45, Carmel 34, yesterday
Stanford 75, Oregon State 48, yesterday
Santa Teresa 69, Palo Alto 60, yesterday
Gunn 58, Oak Grove 53, yesterday
Stanford at, Pac-12 championships , yesterday
Stanford 69, Oregon State 58, yesterday
Stanford 16, Cal State Sonoma 3, yesterday
Stanford 17, Santa Clara 4, yesterday
Ipsen (Stanford) wins 1-meter, Pac-12 championships , yesterday
Donnenwirth (Menlo) named, Cal Pac Player of the Year , yesterday
Eggleton (Menlo) named, Cal Pac Freshman of the Year , yesterday
Piedmont Hills 12, Castilleja 1, Wednesday
Palo Alto 8, San Mateo 1, Wednesday
Woodside 1, Pioneer 0, Wednesday
Palo Alto 5, Sacred Heart Prep 2, Wednesday
Menlo School 13, Menlo-Atherton 5, Wednesday
Menlo School 6, Monta Vista 1, Wednesday
Menlo School 7, Summit Prep 0, Wednesday
Stanford ranked No. 2, CWPA Top 20 , Wednesday
Stanford ranked No. 4, NGA Top 15 , Wednesday
California 128, Stanford 112, Wednesday
Palo Alto 4, Santa Teresa 0, Wednesday
Sacred Heart Prep 4, Greenfield 1, Wednesday
Woodside 19, Los Gatos 15, Tuesday
Palo Alto 190, Valley Christian 212, Tuesday
The sophomore post player helped the Bears win three basketball games, topped by 14-point, 11-rebound effort in a 54-42 win over Westmoor as M-A won the PAL Tournament championship for the first time since 2008.
Sacred Heart Prep basketball
The senior produced a season-high 27 points plus five rebounds in a win over Pinewood to clinch the WBAL basketball title. He also had 11 points, five rebounds and four assists as SHP wrapped up a 14-0 league mark.
Stanford men, women at MPSF Indoor Championships (Seattle, Wash.) 12 p.m.
Stanford at USC 1 p.m.
Stanford at Pac-12 Championships (Federal Way, Wash.) 2 p.m.
Stanford at Rice 2:30 p.m.
Gunn at Sacred Heart Prep 3:30 p.m.
Menlo, M-A boys and girls at Palo Alto 3:45 p.m.
Castilleja at Aragon 4 p.m.
Foothill at Menlo School 4 p.m.
Gunderson at Menlo-Atherton 4 p.m.
Mercy-Burlingame at Palo Alto 4 p.m.
Pepperdine at Stanford 5 p.m.
Eastside Prep vs. Mitty at Christopher School (Gilroy) (CCS Open Division quarterfinals) 5:30 p.m.
Sacred Heart Prep vs. Riordan at Santa Clara High (CCS Open Division first round) 5:30 p.m.
Stanford at Pac-12 Championships (Federal Way, Wash.) 6 p.m.
Pacific Grove at Gunn 6 p.m.
Pinewood vs. Valley Christian at Christopher School (Gilroy) (CCS Open Division quarterfinals) 7:30 p.m.
Palo Alto vs. St. Ignatius at Oak Grove High (CCS Open Division quarterfinals) 7:30 p.m.
Stanford at Ohio St. 9 a.m.
Stanford men, women at MPSF Indoor Championships (Seattle, Wash.) 10 a.m.
Bellarmine at Palo Alto (CCS Division I quarterfinals) 10 a.m.
Stanford at Rice (DH) (Second game at 3 p.m.) 11 a.m.
Menlo School at Sacred Heart Prep 11 a.m.
Palo Alto at Gunn 12 p.m.
Menlo-Atherton at Palo Alto (CCS Division I quarterfinals) 12 p.m.
Sacred Heart Prep vs. Greenfield at Pioneer High (CCS Division III quarterfinals) 12 p.m.
Mens Basketball, California vs. Stanford, Saturday
Highlights of Stanford's 72-61 men's basketball win over visiting Cal. Video courtesy of The Cardinal Channel on YouTube.com
Santa Teresa vs. Palo Alto
Greenfield vs. Sacred Heart Prep
Santa Teresa vs. Palo Alto
Gunn advances, but Palo Alto does not in boys' CCS playoffs
On a night when the Gunn boys pulled out a big victory following a thrilling rally, Palo Alto could not do the same and exited the Central Coast Section Division I basketball playoffs. Friday, 8:32 AM
Second half outburst leads to convincing Pac-12 victory
Stanford men's basketball
Michael Humphrey matched his season-high of 14 points and grabbed a season-high 15 rebounds for his second straight double-double as the Stanford men's basketball team used a terrific second half to beat Oregon State, 75-48, Thursday night in a Pac-12 Conference contest.
Friday, 3:32 AM
Stanford sweeps diving events at Pac-12 swimming meet
Junior Alex Clay won the three-meter diving competition at the Pac-12 Championships Thursday to help keep the Stanford women's swimming and diving team in second place at the mid-point of the four-day meet. Kristian Ipsen won the men's 3-meter diving event, though his points will be added during next week's men's conference championships.
Friday, 2:35 AM
Stanford has its say in win over Pac-12 leading Oregon State
Lili Thompson scored 13 points, leading a quintet of double-digit scorers, and No. 19 Stanford upset No. 7 Oregon State, 69-58, on its home court Thursday night. It was the Beavers' first home loss of the season and ended a 21-game home winning streak.
Thursday, 8:32 PM
Cardinal women sweeps nonconference water polo DH
The second-ranked Stanford women's water polo team bounced back from its first setback of the year with a pair of convincing wins over No. 20 Santa Clara, 17-4, and unranked Sonoma State, 16-3, on Thursday at the Avery Aquatic Center.
Thursday, 8:50 PM
Gunn's Cramer hopes to pin down a CCS wrestling goal
It took perhaps 30 minutes for Ian Cramer to recover from his loss in the 132-pound division finals at the 2014 Central Coast Section Wrestling Championships. It was a setback that provided the Gunn High standout with a personal challenge. Thursday, 4:01 PM
2014-15 Girls All-PAL South Division basketball team
Most Valuable Player: Brianna Deckman (Capuchino( Sr.
Greer Hoyem (Menlo-Atherton) Fr.; Brianna Reynolds (Aragon) Jr.; Claire Phillips (Burlingame) Sr.; Aubrie Businger (Mills) So.; Julia Gibbs (Mills) Jr. Thursday, 4:08 PM
2014-15 Boys' All-PAL South Division basketball team
Most Valuable Player: Marquis Adkins (Mills) Sr.
Justin Gutang (Burlingame) Sr.; Chris Bene (Sequoia) Sr.; Ryan Cole (Menlo-Atherton) Sr.; Adam Cook (Hillsdale) Sr.; Brandon Matsuno (Mills) Sr.; Ziggy Lauese (Sequoia) Fr. Thursday, 3:32 PM
Eight local soccer teams remain in playoffs after opening round
Nine local soccer teams began the Central Coast Section playoffs this week, a number believed to be a record. Four schools -- Gunn, Palo Alto, Menlo-Atherton and Sacred Heart Prep -- had both a boys and girls team entered. Thursday, 9:48 AM
Stanford runner Korolev earns national honor from USATF
Stanford's Maksim Korolev followed up his Pan American Cup cross country title by being named Athlete of the Week by USA Track and Field. In his first race for the U.S. national team, Korolev won the 10K (6.2-mile) race in Barranquilla, Colombia, on Sunday in 28:21. Wednesday, 8:24 PM
Stanford tennis teams take on nation's best this weekend
Winners of five straight, the Stanford men's tennis team carries momentum into this weekend's Southern California road swing. The Cardinal (6-2) will need every bit of it, visiting two of the Pac-12's best teams in No. 1 USC and No. 21 UCLA. Wednesday, 11:47 AM
Gunn boys pull away to win their CCS basketball opener
The Gunn boys took to the basketball floor this season for the 22nd time on Tuesday night. Yet, there was something different for every member of the squad. The Titans' appearance was their first in the Central Coast Section playoffs since 2011, when most of the players were still in middle school. Wednesday, 8:45 AM