Menlo-Atherton, Riordan finals set

The top-seeded Menlo-Atherton football team will take on No. 3 Palo Alto for the CCS Large School Division championship Friday at 7 p.m. at Foothill College. Also, No. 1 Riordan will play No. 2 Live Oak for the CCS Medium School championship Saturday at 7 p.m. at San Jose City College. Meanwhile, the St. Francis girls’ volleyball team will take on host Mitty of San Jose in the NorCal Division II championship on Friday while Sacred Heart Cathedral takes on St. Mary’s of Stockton in the Division III final at Chavez High School in Stockton, also on Friday. Both matches start at 7 p.m.

Cal knocked off by Baylor

Despite taking a seven-point lead into halftime — and having Danielle Wilson, Baylor’s scoring leader limited to just 17 minutes overall because of foul trouble — Lauren Greif (10) and the No. 12 Cal women’s basketball team dropped a tough game to host No. 13 Baylor 69-56. Ashley Walker scored 20 points and grabbed 12 rebounds, and Alexis Gray-Lawson added 15 for the Bears (4-1).

Stanford comes back

Candice Wiggins scored 22 points and the No. 4 Stanford women’s basketball team beat Temple 64-54 in the Paradise Jam despite trailing by 17 points at halftime. Stanford (5-1) opened the second half with a 17-0 run, capped by Kayla Pedersen’s reverse layup that gave them a 41-39 lead with 12:45 to play.

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