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Pinewood beats Lancers in battle of unbeaten hoops teams Going into Saturday's game MaxPreps had the Pinewood girls basketball team ranked No. Some pretty significant adjustments are needed, right away, as Pinewood demonstrated that a huge gap exists between the two programs with a blowout win. December 22, No comments yet Stanford grads Jamie Neushul and Kiley Neushul each scored three goals and the United States women's national water polo team completed a three-game sweep of the Netherlands on Saturday with a victory at El Toro High.
December 22, No comments yet Daejon Davis scored 19 points for the Stanford men's basketball team on Saturday but it wasn't nearly enough to keep host USF from winning,in a nonconference game.
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December 22, No comments yet Paly's Zhang falls in the title match of U. Priory girls look to meet soccer goals Junior Amaya Gray is picking up right where her sister left off last year.
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Gray scored Priory's lone goal Friday in a draw with host Burlingame in a nonleague girls soccer contest. It was Gray's 18th goal in eight games thus far. December 21, No comments yet Federal shutdown would bring NASA Ames to a standstill Close to 1, employees to be put on unpaid leave; national parks affected With the federal government shutdown set to start at midnight, the NASA Ames Research Center is preparing to furlough nearly all its employees and close down most operations.
What's closed, what's open in Palo Alto during the holidays Also, a list of activities through New Year's Day A list of local and regional service closures and changes for the upcoming Christmas and New Year's holidays, plus some options for holiday activities.
Lighting up the sky; think twice before the bite Tidbits on people, events and other happenings in Palo Alto In the latest Around Town column, a mysterious light in the sky draws curiosity across the city and region and officials warning the public of scams surrounding food events. David Mitchell, lawyer and community volunteer, dies at 83 Daughter reflects on father's legacy in Palo Alto: He was 83 years old. Menlo women come up short in hoops loss to Montana Western A day after reaching the one thousand point mark for her career, Aliyah Brantley scored 20 points for the 14th-ranked Menlo College women's basketball team but it was undefeated No.
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Smith scored 30 points, grabbed 13 rebounds, recorded five assists and blocked three shots as the Cardinal won its third straight since losing at Gonzaga. December 21, No comments yet Police seek person responsible for violent attack in Southgate Officers say suspect pushed woman into bushes, punched her before neighbors intervened Palo Alto police are looking for a person who they said attacked a woman as she was walking in the Southgate neighborhood on Thursday evening.
Menlo Park homicide suspect appears in court Case involving Menlo Park woman's stabbing death postponed until Jan. Electric bikes, babka arrive in Palo Alto The latest in local retail news In this week's Shop Talk column, read about a new electric bike company and a new bakery dedicated to babka, a Jewish baked good.
Priory girls continue hoops improvement, M-A boys win The defending Northern California champion Priory girls basketball team is slowly rounding into shape and coach Buck Matthews thinks the Panthers can hit their stride in mid-January, just in time for a West Bay Athletic League home game against Pinewood, currently ranked 19th in the nation by MaxPreps regardless of division. December 20, No comments yet Brantley reaches a milestone in Menlo's hoops victory Aliyah Brantley carved out a piece of history for herself, Destinee Bowie stepped up big and the 14th-ranked Menlo College women's basketball team figured that one good upset was worth another, recording a victory over No.
December 20, No comments yet Stanford sues Santa Clara County over housing law University claims it's been unfairly targeted by 'inclusionary housing' ordinance Stanford University on Wednesday filed two lawsuits against Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors, charging county officials of unfairly and illegally targeting the university with a recently adopted law that aims to promote more affordable housing on campus.
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