Gunn 10, Saratoga 7, yesterday
Pinewood 7, Harker 4, yesterday
Los Gatos 69, Palo Alto 58, yesterday
Los Gatos 97, Palo Alto 30, yesterday
Menlo School 208, Crystal Springs 263, yesterday
Sacred Heart Prep 6, Pinewood 1, yesterday
Los Altos 10, Gunn 5, yesterday
St. Francis 16, Sacred Heart Prep 11, yesterday
Cupertino 8, Gunn 7, yesterday
Palo Alto 11, Los Gatos 6, yesterday
Menlo School 7, Harker 0, yesterday
Stanford 3, Santa Clara 2, yesterday
Stanford at, Pac-12 championships , yesterday
Palo Alto 18, Lynbrook 1, Wednesday
Palo Alto 188, Gunn 210, Wednesday
Menlo School 7, Capuchino 6, Wednesday
Stanford 15, UC Davis 6, Wednesday
Arizona 853, Stanford 878, Wednesday
Sacred Heart Prep 9, Serra 2, Wednesday
Palo Alto 7, Milpitas 4, Wednesday
Crystal Springs 6, Sacred Heart Prep 1, Wednesday
Sacred Heart Prep 109, Menlo School 61, Wednesday
Sacred Heart Prep 122, Menlo School 45, Wednesday
Menlo School 16, Sacred Heart Prep 5, Tuesday
Gunn 4, Monta Vista 3, Tuesday
Sacred Heart Prep lacrosse
The sophomore scored 12 goals and added four assists in three lacrosse matches, including a crucial 12-10 win over rival Menlo-Atherton to keep the Gators just a match back of first place in the WBAL race.
Palo Alto track & field
The junior ran a CCS-leading 10.84 to win the 100 and ran a leg on the winning 400 relay in a 66-61 dual win before winning the 200 in a CCS-leading 21.86 and winning a windy 100 at the CCS Top 8 meet.
Stanford at Arizona 6 p.m.
UCLA at Stanford 7 p.m.
Menlo-Atherton at Mira Mesa 7 p.m.
Los Gatos at Palo Alto 7 p.m.
Gunn at Saratoga 7 p.m.
Section Challenge at Palo Alto High 9 a.m.
Stanford at Pac-12 Championships (Ojai) 10 a.m.
College of Idaho at Menlo College (DH) 11 a.m.
Woodside at Sacred Heart Prep 11 a.m.
Stanford men, women at Brutus Hamilton Invitational (Berkeley) 12 p.m.
Holy Names at Menlo College (DH) 12 p.m.
Gunn at San Mateo 12 p.m.
Stanford men, women at Penn Relays (Philadelphia, Pa.) 1 p.m.
Stanford at MPSF Tournament (semifinals) 2:30 p.m.
Palo Alto at Menlo School 3 p.m.
Stanford at Arizona 6 p.m.
UCLA at Stanford 7 p.m.
Stanford at Arizona 12 p.m.
Stanford at California 12 p.m.
Stanford at Pac-12 Championships (Ojai) 1 p.m.
UCLA at Stanford 2 p.m.
Stanford at California (sand volleyball) 3:30 p.m.
Stanford at Pac-12 Championships (Pullman, Wash.) 8 a.m.
WBAL Individual Tournament at Menlo School 12:45 p.m.
Monta Vista at Gunn 4 p.m.
Mens Tennis, USC vs. Stanford, Apr 11, 2015
The Stanford men's tennis team's upset of USC highlights Cardinalpalooza. Video courtesy of The Cardinal Channel on YouTube.com
Pitcher revisits first no-hitter at Stanford's Sunken Diamond
Last month, Ed Verdurmen made his yearly trek to Klein Field at Sunken Diamond from Portland, Ore., to watch the Stanford baseball team play Arizona. This was a special trip for the 80-year-old Verdurmen, who threw the first no-hitter at the field in April of 1956, and was asked to throw out the first pitch. Friday, 3:23 PM
Palo Alto, Gunn both looking for new athletic directors
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Stanford men's volleyball trio earns All-MPSF honors
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Cardinal women second in distance medley at Penn Relays
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Cardinal women's lacrosse player nominated for top honor
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Menlo's Hall named Cal Pac Softball Player of the Week
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Wednesday, 8:59 PM
Stanford women win first MPSF lacrosse title since 2011
Stanford scored the game's first 13 goals on its way to beating UC Davis, 15-6, on Wednesday night to capture its first Mountain Pacific Sports Federation regular-season women's lacrosse title since 2011. Thursday, 9:40 AM
2015 Central Coast Section track & field leaders
Boys 200 -- Givens (Palo Alto) 21.86; 2, Harrison (San Benito) 21.90; 3, Macauley (Bellarmine) 22.03; 4, Cory (Palma) 22.05; 5, Bains (St. Francis) 22.42; 6, Ilio (Mt. Pleasant) 22.49; 7, Martig (Bellarmine) 22.55; 8, Bolarinwa (Palo Alto) 22.64; 9, Keller (Monterey) 22.67w; 10, Prager (Aragon) 22.68. Wednesday, 2:18 PM
No Froyo, but local LPGA event is a go for Michelle Wie
Michelle Wie, in town for the Swinging Skirts LPGA Classic, usually enjoys her visits to Stanford, where she spent five years earning a degree (2012) while playing professional golf. She was met with bad news this time around. Her favorite Froyo café on campus was closed for construction. Wednesday, 12:26 PM