Former Dos Pueblos High and current Westmont center back Tim Heiduk scored in the 36th minute to give the Warriors a 1-0 win over William Jessup in the Golden State Athletic Conference opener for both teams on Thursday.
It was Heiduk’s second goal of the season. Westmont (7-1 overall, 1-0 GSAC) completely dominated the match, outshooting William Jessup, 14-1, which included three shots on goal. The Warriors, ranked No. 4 in the NAIA national poll, also had the only two corner kicks of the match. Westmont goalkeeper Lalo Delgado did not face any shots on goal.
WESTMONT 5, WILLIAM JESSUP 0
Bri Johnson scored a pair of goals and the Berthoud sisters combined for another two to lead the Warriors to a lopsided victory in their Golden State Athletic Conference opener.
Johnson scored in the 25th minute and again in the 58th, while Maddi Berthoud found the net in the 76th and Isabelle Berthoud scored in the 81st.
Savannah Scott also scored for Westmont, which improved to 7-1-1 overall and 1-0 in the GSAC. The Warriors outshot William Jessup, 28-3.
SANTA YNEZ 13, LOMPOC 5
The Pirates dominated in singles to win the Channel League match.
Claire Collison, Emmy Withrow and Kaitlyn Thompson all swept their three singles sets.
SANTA BARBARA 14, CABRILLO 4
Ashley Walsten and India Kelly teamed to win a pair of doubles sets to lead the Dons to a 9-0 sweep in doubles, and an easy Channel League win over the Conquistadores.
Santa Barbara improved to 9-5 overall and 4-0 in league play.
The Dons host Arroyo Grande today in a non-league match.
LAGUNA BLANCA 13, BISHOP DIEGO 5
The Owls swept the nine doubles sets, led by the team of Phoebe Stein and Dare Fitzpatrick, who won three sets while not dropping a game. Sophie Benoit and Samantha Kenney each won two singles sets for the Cardinals, who fell to the Owls in the Frontier League match.
CATE 14, ST. BONAVENTURE 4
The Rams’ doubles teams of Fritze Mayer and Ashi Kamra, and Julianna Forry and Maesa Vongkusolkit led the way in a 9-0 doubles sweep to lead Cate to its fifth straight win.
Grace Fuss, Carol Cai and Aminah Hill also won sets in singles for the Rams.
MALIBU 11, CARPINTERIA 7
Emma Lapidus finished 3-0 in singles and Xochitl Moctezuma was 2-1 for the Warriors, who dropped their first Citrus Coast League match of the season.
Carpinteria dipped to 6-6 overall and 3-1 in league.
SANTA BARBARA 236, LOMPOC 328
Lizzie Goss carded an impressive 41 at the La Purisma Golf Club in Lompoc to lead the Dons to their 13th straight win without a loss.
Goss earned her seventh medalist honor of the season.
Melia Haller had a 44; Allie Womack a 49; Aoife Braverman a 50 and Maddie Malmsten a 52 to round out the Dons (13-0 overall, 6-0 Channel League) scoring.
DOS PUEBLOS 246, CABRILLO 261
Kathy Ramirez-Gijon tied for medalist honors to lead the Chargers to a Channel League win over the Conquistadores at the La Cumbre Country Club.
Julia Schniepp and Maggie Tang were next for DP with a pair of 49s, followed by Chelsi Ramirez (50) and Camille Robinson (52). Dos Pueblos improved to 5-4 overall and 3-3 in the Channel League.
SANTA YNEZ 263, SAN MARCOS 259
The Pirates got a pair of 47s from Morgan Blunt and Marina Vengel to edge the Royals at the Sandpiper Golf Club. Bridget Callaghan was next for Santa Ynez with a 49, followed by Caelyn Linane and Emily Ruiz with a 60.
San Marcos was led by Alex Manion, who was medalist for the seventh time this season with a 42. Sophia Tasca (51), Toni Tasca (52), Caya Castelo (55) and Lily Stevens (63) rounded out the scoring for San Marcos. Santa Ynez improved to 10-3.
BOYS WATER POLO
DOS PUEBLOS 19, RIGHETTI 14
Ethan Parrish was all about fives against the Warriors.
Parrish had five goals, five assists, five steals and earned five ejections to lead DP to a non-league win.
Sammy Arshadi had six goals and goalie Aiden Trager made 12 saves for Dos Pueblos, which improved to 6-8.
DOS PUEBLOS 3, CABRILLO 0
The Chargers had no problems in their Channel League win over the Conquistadores.
Portia Sherman led the way for DP with 11 kills in a 25-10, 25-7, 25-14 win. Becky McKinny finished with six kills and Mikayla Butzke had three for the Chargers, who improved to 17-9 overall and 7-0 in the Channel League.
LAGUNA BLANCA 3, PROVIDENCE 0
Ainsley McGovern had nine kills and Annie Gabler, Frances Carlson and Macy Christal were all solid at the service line to lead the Owls to a 25-10, 25-8, 25-7 Frontier League win over the Patriots.
Laguna Blanca improved to 14-4 overall and 7-0 in the Frontier League.