Cal nabbed two junior college commitments Sunday, led by three-star cornerback Darius White, according to Scout.com.

White, a 6-foot, 170-pounder from Itawamba J.C. (Miss.), is rated the No. 14 J.C. cornerback prospect in the nation by Scout.

Scout also reported the Bears got a commitment from Dominic Granado, a 6-foot-5, 270-pound offensive tackle from Golden West J.C. Granado, who attended Edison High-Huntington Beach, is rated as a two-star prospect by Scout.com.

  • The Cal rugby team (4-0) cruised 18-3 over host UCLA (5-1) to win its ninth straight Dennis Storer Classic. The final was played in 20-minute halves. Jake Anderson kicked two penalties and had two tries for the Bears, who utilized 55 players over the two-day tournament.

  • The No. 12 Stanford women's gymnastics team delivered a clutch performance in its final rotation to earn a comeback first-place finish in Burnham Pavilion. The host Cardinal (7-0) scored a meet-best 49.375 on floor to finish with 195.925 points, ahead of No. 19 Arizona (195.850) and Sacramento State (192.450). Stanford's Kristina Vaculik posted wins on the bars and floor, scoring 9.925 on both, and won the all-around with a personal-best 39.425.

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    She's a Tiger (2-year-old female) and Shared Belief (2-year-old male) won Eclipse Awards on Saturday night, and they both made their debuts in Northern California. She's a Tiger, trained by Pleasanton's Jeff Bonde, posted a nine-length win in a maiden race at the Alameda County Fair on June 22. Shared Belief made his first start Oct. 19 at Golden Gate Fields and won a maiden race by seven lengths for trainer Jedd Josephson. Trainer Jerry Hollendorfer purchased Shared Belief after the win. Hollendorfer and sports radio host Jim Rome both own a piece of the colt.

  • Golden Gate Fields will have a Martin Luther King Jr. Day card Monday. First post is 12:45 p.m.

    Staff writer Jeff Faraudo contributed to this report.