Sacred Heart Prep turned the cancelled North-South Challenge into a mini boys water polo tournament, brought it indoors to the Olympic Club in San Francisco and got a few games in against good competition.
The Gators beat Harvard-Westlake 9-4 and Miramonte 13-9 on Saturday in nonleague action.
Menlo School also played at the Olympic Club, losing to Drake 14-4.
Jayden Kunwar scored twice to lead the Knights (12-5), who host Woodside at 6 p.m. Monday in a Peninsula Athletic League Bay Division contest. Miller Geschke and Connor Enright also scored. Josh Poulos had five saves.
It's a four-game week for Menlo, which also plays at Bellarmine on Tuesday, travels to Burlingame on Wednesday and hosts Coronado on Thursday.
"We always want to play the best teams in the country" Menlo coach Jack Bowen said. "Drake is just that. This is why we played them in our first game of our season and why we accepted on Friday night when invited to play this game in San Francisco."
Larsen Weigle scored three goals to lead SH Prep past the Wolverines. Andrew Churukian and Walker Seymour each added a pair of goals.
Harvard-Westlake was within 6-4 early in the fourth period before the Gators (14-3) scored the game's final three goals.
Sacred Heart Prep scored the first four goals against Miramonte and never trailed in the game, though the Matadors kept things interesting, closing to within 10-9 in the first minute of the fourth quarter.
Alex Tsotadze scored five goals and recorded a pair of assists for the Gators, who visit Mitty in a West Catholic Athletic League game Wednesday at 3:30 p.m.
Churukian, Weigle and Seymour each added two goals and Michael Sonsini scored a goal and had three assists.
Girls water polo
Menlo placed second place at the Amador Valley Cross-Sectional Tournament on Saturday.
The Knights finished 2-1 in the round-robin, falling only to eventual champion Amador Valley by an 8-7 decision. Menlo defeated Livermore 6-5 and College Park 7-5.
Sophomore Sophie Golub recorded five goals and nine steals for the tournament. Senior Gillian Bressie recorded 19 saves, two steals and an assist.
The defensive play of Meg Reinstra proved critical for the Knights (9-11), who host Woodside at 4 p.m. Monday.
Annie Bisconti totaled five goals, had three assists and three steals in the win over College Park.
Parker Callender, Sydney Bianchi and Sarah Donato each had three goals for the day.
Mia Rosenblatt posted three steals in the close loss to Amador Valley