The Dos Pueblos High girls lacrosse team had a successful trip to Los Angeles Saturday, picking up three wins at the Rose Bowl Jamboree Tournament.
The Chargers (5-3, 1-0) first defeated Millikan High 12-2, then defeated Santa Monica 7-5 and capped off the day with a 9-6 victory over El Dorado.
Between the three games, Dos Pueblos had nine different players score.
The scoring effort was led by both Avery Ball and Olivia Geyling, who each tallied seven goals apiece. Natalie Grover added another four goals. Coraline Crannell helped out the offensive attack by dishing out five assists.
The Chargers’ midfield dominated the day in draw controls, winning 31 and losing only 12.
SBCC 3, SAN DIEGO MESA 0
Brigg Busenhart had a season-high 14 kills on Saturday, leading No. 4 SBCC to a 3-0 sweep of San Diego Mesa at home. The set scores were 25-19, 25-20 25-23.
The Vaqueros (7-2) have now won seven straight matches.
LAGUNA BLANCA WINS FOUR MATCHES
The Owls took part in the Chadwick Tournament Saturday won all three matches of pool play by sweeps. After beating San Pedro 27-25, Laguna Blanca suffered its first loss of the season and the tournament, losing in the finals to Torrance, 25-18.
Freddie Russell and Finn Walker were both named to the All-Tournament Team, as Russell collected 28 kills and 10 digs while Walker totaled 23 kills, 18 digs and 11 aces over the five matches.
WESTMONT 1, MENLO 0
WESTMONT 5, MENLO 0
The Warriors picked up a pair of shutouts over Menlo Saturday, sweeping the four-game series to improve to 13-3 in conference play.
In Game 1, the Westmont pitching staff combined to allow just three hits as starter Justin Sanders pitched eight innings while striking out four.
In Game 2, the Westmont pitching staff allowed just two hits over the course of the seven innings.
SBCC 8, VENTURA 3
The Vaqueros successfully took two out of three from their WSC rivals, defeating Ventura 8-3 in the rubber match Saturday.
Kyle Froemke and Jarred Greene each hit a two-run bomb to pace the SBCC offense while freshman right-hander Matthew Strother pitched seven strong innings, allowing just five hits and two runs while striking out six.
SBCC MOVES GAME
The SBCC vs. Hancock baseball game originally scheduled for Tuesday (3/10) has been moved to Monday (3/9) in anticipation of heavy rains in the area on Tuesday. First pitch is at 2:30 p.m.
HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL
SAN MARCOS 5, SIMI VALLEY 4
SANTA PAULA 2, SAN MARCOS 1
The Royals split a pair of games at the Simi Valley Tournament Saturday, finishing in sixth place.
San Marcos (3-4, 1-0) started the day with a come from behind victory against Simi before its bats fell silent in a one-run loss to Santa Paula.
BURROUGHS 6, DOS PUEBLOS 4
DOS PUEBLOS 13, GOLDEN VALLEY 3
The Chargers split a pair of games at the Simi Valley Tournament Saturday. Bella Nuno was 4-for-6 over the two games, registering a single, double, triple and a home run.
SBCC 7, SAN DIEGO CITY 2
Arthur Scharff and Taylor Kleine rolled to straight-set wins in No. 5 and 6 singles as SBCC won its home match against San Diego City.
Andreas Fuerst and Pierre Fumat each won tiebreakers in their singles matches to give the Vaqueros (5-3) a 4-2 lead. They then swept the doubles.
SBCC 9, SAN DIEGO CITY 0
The Vaqueros won their 12th straight match Saturday after posting their second straight shutout.
SBCC (12-1) led 3-0 before the match started as San Diego City on had four players on its roster, surrendering points at No. 3 doubles and No. 5 and No. 6 singles.
In singles and doubles combined, the Vaqueros dropped only 11 total games.
COLLEGE TRACK & FIELD
WESTMONT EARNS THREE MORE ALL AMERICANS
Seth Wilmoth (men’s pole vault), Emily Parks (women’s 600 meter run) and Jason Peterson (men’s 1000 meter run) all recorded top-eight finishes in their respective events to claim All-American status.
Wilmoth placed fourth with a mark of 5.00 meters, Parks placed sixth with a time of 1:34:28 while Peterson claimed seventh place with a time of 2:31:58.
HIGH SCHOOL TRACK & FIELD
DONS COMPETE AT DON GREEN INVITE
Santa Barbara competed in the Don Green Invitational at Moorpark High School on Friday and Saturday.
Jake Knecht came home with a pair of season bests taking third in the 100 meters with a time of 11.19 and in the 200 meters in a time of 22.36.
On the girls side, Mila Speer finished fourth in the long jump with a lifetime best mark of 16-4.