MOUNTAIN VIEW — The town of Atherton has always been a hotbed for boys water polo. Proof is in Saturday’s inaugural Coast Section Open Division championship where Atherton neighbors and rival Sacred Heart Prep and Menlo School meet for supremacy in the pool at Independence High in San Jose at 1 p.m.Top-seed Sacred Heart Prep (23-4) advanced with a 10-5 victory over No. 5 St. Francis (17-9), which hosted Wednesday’s semifinals at the Holy Cross Aquatic Center. No. 3 Menlo (20-6) edged No.
MOUNTAIN VIEW — The streak is still alive for the Sacred Heart Prep girls water polo program. The Gators, winners of 10 straight Central Coast Section Division II titles, have a chance to extend the streak of championships on Saturday. It won’t be easy. No. 3 SHP (21-7) faces top-seed Leland (25-3) in the inaugural Open Division final at Independence High in San Jose, the time yet to be determined. While the Gators won a 7-6 thriller over No.
LOS ALTOS HILLS — Sacred Heart Prep’s first-year coach, Mark Grieb, got his first taste of the Valparaiso Bowl and what a taste it was. Grieb’s Gators pulled out a scintillating 25-24 triumph over geographical rival Menlo School at Foothill College on Friday evening as a large crowd looked on. SHP (3-6) has won five out of the last six meetings in the series, which began in 2003 as a benefit to the Peninsula Bridge organization.
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