Menlo School finished second in the Silver Division and sixth overall at the 32-team Spikefest Tournament at Milpitas and Independence Highs on Saturday.
Grace King recorded 33 kills and 31 digs to help the Knights (3-5) win three of five matches. Their only losses were to tournament champion St. Francis and perennial power Mitty.
Sianna Houghton added 26 kills and 35 digs in the tournament and Riley Holland had 44 digs.
St. Francis defeated Sacred Heart Cathedral for the tournament title.
Menlo downed Granada, Notre Dame of San Jose and Presentation to reach the silver division.
Woodside (5-3) also finished 3-2 in the tournament, including a 25-16, 11-25, 16-14 decision over Sacred Heart Prep, reversing a season-opening loss to the Gators.
Lena McDonough recorded seven kills in the win over SHP. Sarah Strus had a team-high 25 kills for the tournament. Elena Campbell added 22 kills and 19 digs. Katia Kishinsky and Molly Buddie shared setting duties.
The Wildcats also beat Harker and Lynbrook while losing to Clovis West and Mitty.
Sacred Heart Prep (4-5) went 2-3 in the tournament, beating Evergreen and Notre Dame of San Jose. The Gators lost twice in three sets, to Woodside and St. Ignatius. They also lost to Presentation.
Millie Muir recorded 54 assists through the first three matches and Leia Bonifacio had 10 digs against the Wildcats.
Gunn High also participated in the tournament.
On Friday, Palo Alto recovered from a two-set deficit to beat visiting Valley Christian, 16-25, 21-25, 25-23, 25-17, 15-9 on Friday in a nonleague match.
Junior Amelia Gibbs recorded 18 kills and hit .600 for the match. Senior Mallory Kuppe added 13 kills and 11 digs for the Vikings (2-1), who travel to Mitty for a 6:30 p.m. match Tuesday.
Paly's defense was led by Kylie Mies, with 15 digs, Sophia Krugler and Rebekah Lim each with 14 digs. Mies also recorded 50 assists.