Stanford's Kiley Neushul and Ashley Grossman scored three goals apiece as the United States defeated Kazakhstan 14-4 on the first day of the Women's Water Polo World Junior Championships in Volos, Greece.

Cal's Tiera Schroeder scored one goal for the American team.

Another Golden Bear, freshman Roser Tarrago, scored a team-high four goals and San Jose State freshman Clara Espar added three to lead Spain to an 18-8 victory over Canada. Espar's third-quarter natural hat trick gave Spain a 15-6 advantage.

The Spartans had two players on the Canadian team, with Rae Lekness and Cara Robinson scoring a goal apiece.

Cal freshmen Dora Antal and Anna Illes helped Hungary defeat Great Britain 13-5. Antal scored three goals and Illes one.

Preliminary round play continues Tuesday.

Basketball

Bishop O'Dowd High's Ivan Rabb will participate in the Elite 24 basketball game Saturday in New York. The game, played under the Brooklyn Bridge, features 24 of the best high school basketball players in the nation and will be televised live on ESPNU at 4 p.m. Rabb, a 6-foot-9 forward, is ESPN's No. 1-ranked recruit for the class of 2015 and helped the U.S. win gold at the FIBA Americas Under-16 championships.

College football

CBS Sports has signed a multiyear deal to broadcast the Mountain West Conference football championship game. CBS Sports will broadcast the inaugural title matchup on Saturday, Dec. 7, at 7 p.m. from the home stadium of the regular-season division champion with the higher BCS ranking. San Jose State is playing its inaugural season in the Mountain West.

Synchronized swimming

The U.S. junior and 13-15 national teams, both of which include members of the Santa Clara Aquamaids and Walnut Creek Aquanuts, and the Aquamaids' 12-under team all lead after the prelims of the UANA Pan American Synchronized Swimming Championships in San Juan, Puerto Rico.