Serra 1, Half Moon Bay 0
The Padres beat the host Cougars when a ball deflected off a HMB defender and into the net for an own-goal.
HMB had a couple of chances to score, with Michael Whitlach’s shot off the crossbar being the closest.
Menlo School 2, Woodside 0
The Knights scored on a first-half penalty kick and then picked up an insurance goal inside the final 20 minutes to beat the Wildcats in Redwood City.
Jonny Ebrahimian scored and picked up the assist on the second to pace the Menlo (2-0) offense. He connected on a first-half penalty kick to put the Knights up 1-0 at halftime. He then hooked up with Nico Monsalve, whose goal put Menlo up 2-0 with 16 minutes left.
Monta Vista 3, San Mateo 1
The Bearcats held a 1-0 lead at halftime, but collapsed in the second as the Matadors scored three times to pull out the non-league win.
Luis Murillo netted San Mateo’s strike, off an assist from Luis Mora.
Terra Nova 77, Basis Independent 39
The Tigers had four players score in double figures as they won their fourth in a row with a non-league win over Basis Independent Silicon Valley.
Jordan Salgado led the way with 14 points. Bourgan Guibadouline finished with 10, while Chase McKnight and Justin Milch each had 11.
The Bobcats hung with Terra Nova (4-1) early, leading 17-16 after one period. The Tigers, however, limited the Bobcats to just 22 points the rest of the way.
San Mateo 50, Branham 40
Ryan Miles-Ferguson posted a double-double in leading the Bearcats to a first-round win over the Bruins in the Los Gatos tournament.
Miles-Ferguson scored 24 points and pulled down 12 rebounds as San Mateo (2-2) built a 30-12 lead at halftime. It is the third time this season Miles-Ferguson has eclipsed the 20-point plateau.
Jackson Chew is turning into a solid No. 2 option behind Miles-Ferguson as the point guard finished with 14 points, four steals and four assists.
Menlo School 67, Aragon 46
The Knights topped the Dons in the first round of the 43rd annual Burlingame Lions Club Tournament.
The game was tied at 17-all after one quarter, but Menlo outscored Aragon 34-15 over the second and third periods to take control.
Cole Kastner led Menlo with a 26-point night, connecting on 11 of 18 shots. He also pulled down a team-high seven rebounds, while adding three assists and three steals.
Freshman Garrett Keyhani nailed a pair of 3-pointers and hit on all three of his shots to finish with eight points in his high school debut.
Nate Solomon added nine points for the Knights, while Matt Flower and Miles Hester had seven points each.
Menlo will face El Camino in the semifinals at 6:30 p.m. Thursday night at Burlingame High School.
Aragon will play host Burlingame in a consolation game at 5 p.m.
Half Moon Bay 53, Scotts Valley 46
The Cougars outscored the Falcons 19-9 in the fourth quarter to pull out the non-league victory.
Cole Anderson had eight points and eight rebounds for Half Moon Bay.
Terra Nova 68, Balboa 52
The Tigers scored a combined 44 points in the second and third quarters as they pulled away from the Buccaneers for the non-league win.
Justin Milch scored a game-high 19 points, 12 of which came in the second quarter to lead Terra Nova (3-1), which won its third straight game. Ethan Hunt and Jordan Salgado each added nine points for the Tigers.
Palo Alto 50, South City 43
The Warriors fell behind 18-6 after the first quarter, closed to 35-30 entering the fourth, but could not get over the hump in the loss to the Vikings.
Becca Tasi posted a second double-double in a row for South City (0-2), scoring 14 points and grabbing 12 rebounds. Alex Salise added 10 points for the Warriors and Lafu Malepeai had nine.
Wilcox 64, Carlmont 37
The Scots struggled with the Chargers’ pressure all game long as they trailed 17-4 after one quarter and could never quite recover.
Ashley Trierweiler scored nine points to lead Carlmont (2-2), while Wilcox’s Maison Yee torched the Scots for 29 points.
Notre Dame-Belmont 44, Terra Nova 41
Emilia Dougherty scored 15 points and Mia Adao added a dozen to lead NDB over Terra Nova in a non-league matchup.
Jasmine Masusada added 8 points for NDB.
Menlo School 2, Aragon 1
The Knights rallied from a goal down to tie the score at halftime before scoring the game-winner in the second to beat the Dons in a non-league matchup.
Sophie Jones continues to shine for Menlo (4-0), as the senior scored both goals. Carolina Espinoza sent a through ball to Siena Gavin, who served up the cross that Jones finished to tie the game midway through the opening 40 minutes.
In the 55th minute, Espinoza used a back heel pass to set up Jones, who ran at the Aragon defense before netting the go-ahead goal.
Sacred Heart Prep 2, Woodside 2
Caitlin Carcione and Megan Tinsley scored on either side half time to forge the tie with the Wildcats in a Fremont-Sunnyvale tournament game played at Woodside.
Carcione scored in the 25th minute off an assist from Juliana Rosen, while Tinsley’s tally came with a helper from Fiona Perkocha.