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Menlo girls basketball wins at MLK Showcase

Sylvie Venuto scored 13 points in helping Menlo beat Westmoor on Monday. Photo taken Jan. 17, 2022 buy Pam McKenney/Menlo Athletics.

Senior Shannon Li scored 19 points in helping the Menlo School girls basketball team beat Westmoor 66-34 as part of the Martin Luther King Jr. Showcase at Terra Nova on Monday.

Sylvie Venuto added 13 points for the Knights (6-6), who host Priory in a West Bay Athletic League game on Tuesday.

Reena Kagan made three 3-pointers and finished with 10 points for Menlo.

Gunn 52, El Camino 50

Gunn nearly doubled its points total in the second half to rally past El Camino in a non-league contest Monday.

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Early foul trouble had the Titans (7-4) out of sync, which led to a 24-18 halftime deficit.

Gunn rebounded with a strong second half and iced the game by making its free throws down the stretch.

Carmel Tong and Vallory Kuelker each scored 13 points for Gunn, which hosts Monta Vista (9-6) at 7 p.m. Wednesday in a Santa Clara Valley Athletic League El Camino Division contest. Monta Vista is unbeaten in three league games.

Beverly Lamis, Zara Wang and Mollie Kuelker combined for 21 points and 16 rebounds.

St. Francis 58, Monta Vista 40

Sydney Stewart scored 20 points and had nine rebounds and St. Francis ended its three-game losing streak Monday, beating visiting Monta Vista 58-40.

Jami Gorospe added 11 points and Allie Dauer had 10 for the Lancers (11-3), who return to West Catholic Athletic League play with a 7:30 p.m. home game against Valley Christian (11-3) on Friday night.

Jess Oakland had six points, six rebounds and five assists for St. Francis. Ava Saglimbeni had six assists.

Pinewood’s game against Oakland Tech at City College of San Francisco was cancelled.

Boys basketball

St. Francis dropped its third straight, this time 73-70 to host Mitty in double overtime on Monday.

The Lancers (9-5, 1-3) have lost their last three games by an average of six points. They hope to bounce back Wednesday at Serra in a WCAL contest.

Girls soccer

Kamryn Rosa scored in her third straight match, helping St. Francis battle defending Central Coast Section Open Division champs Mitty to a 1-1 tie.

The Lancers (7-0-3, 1-0-2) travel to play Valley Christian at 3:15 p.m. Wednesday.

Boys soccer

Zaid Issa scored with an assist from Javier Lores Esteve but Los Altos fell to host Santa Clara 3-1 on Monday.

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Menlo girls basketball wins at MLK Showcase

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Senior Shannon Li scored 19 points in helping the Menlo School girls basketball team beat Westmoor 66-34 as part of the Martin Luther King Jr. Showcase at Terra Nova on Monday.

Sylvie Venuto added 13 points for the Knights (6-6), who host Priory in a West Bay Athletic League game on Tuesday.

Reena Kagan made three 3-pointers and finished with 10 points for Menlo.

Gunn 52, El Camino 50

Gunn nearly doubled its points total in the second half to rally past El Camino in a non-league contest Monday.

Early foul trouble had the Titans (7-4) out of sync, which led to a 24-18 halftime deficit.

Gunn rebounded with a strong second half and iced the game by making its free throws down the stretch.

Carmel Tong and Vallory Kuelker each scored 13 points for Gunn, which hosts Monta Vista (9-6) at 7 p.m. Wednesday in a Santa Clara Valley Athletic League El Camino Division contest. Monta Vista is unbeaten in three league games.

Beverly Lamis, Zara Wang and Mollie Kuelker combined for 21 points and 16 rebounds.

St. Francis 58, Monta Vista 40

Sydney Stewart scored 20 points and had nine rebounds and St. Francis ended its three-game losing streak Monday, beating visiting Monta Vista 58-40.

Jami Gorospe added 11 points and Allie Dauer had 10 for the Lancers (11-3), who return to West Catholic Athletic League play with a 7:30 p.m. home game against Valley Christian (11-3) on Friday night.

Jess Oakland had six points, six rebounds and five assists for St. Francis. Ava Saglimbeni had six assists.

Pinewood’s game against Oakland Tech at City College of San Francisco was cancelled.

Boys basketball

St. Francis dropped its third straight, this time 73-70 to host Mitty in double overtime on Monday.

The Lancers (9-5, 1-3) have lost their last three games by an average of six points. They hope to bounce back Wednesday at Serra in a WCAL contest.

Girls soccer

Kamryn Rosa scored in her third straight match, helping St. Francis battle defending Central Coast Section Open Division champs Mitty to a 1-1 tie.

The Lancers (7-0-3, 1-0-2) travel to play Valley Christian at 3:15 p.m. Wednesday.

Boys soccer

Zaid Issa scored with an assist from Javier Lores Esteve but Los Altos fell to host Santa Clara 3-1 on Monday.

Rick Eymer

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