Baylor Huyck had 17 points and Cole Collins finished with 11 to lead the Dos Pueblos High boys basketball team to a 56-31 rout of Santa Ynez in a Channel League game on Friday night.
Joe Talarico and Tyler Perez also play pivotal roles for the Chargers, who improved to 5-12 overall, and 1-1 in league.
BISHOP DIEGO 67, LAGUNA BLANCA 20
Kai Morphy led a balanced Cardinal attack with 13 points, while Tyler Williams and Bryan Lopez each scored 11 in a lopsided win over the Owls. Matthew Cunningham also chipped in 10 for Bishop Diego.
GIRLS WATER POLO
SAN MARCOS 13, OAKS CHRISTIAN 1
SAN MARCOS 11, SANTA MARGARITA 10 (OT)
Zosia Amberger had 12 blocks in the Royals decisive win over Oaks Christian, and Cassidy Miller had five goals in an overtime win over Santa Margarita. Megan Musick also had three goals and earned an ejection with 10 seconds left in overtime for San Marcos in the Santa Barbara Tournament of Champions.
The Royals (13-3) play Newport Beach today at Dos Pueblos at 11 a.m.
AGOURA 10, SANTA BARBARA 5
Abigail Hendrix had three goals and two steals for the Dons, who lost to the Chargers in the Santa Barbara Tournament of Champions.
Elise Power and Allie Bartholomew also had a goal apiece for Santa Barbara.
CARPINTERIA 12, MALIBU 10
Alex Zapata and Briana Rodriguez had three goals apiece and goalie Kate Gay recorded 16 blocks to lead the Warriors past the Sharks in a close game in Malibu.
The UC Santa Barbara men’s and women’s swim teams both won in a meet against UNLV on Friday evening at Campus Pool. The women won by a score of 107-81, while the men finished at 101-87 in what was a well-rounded effort for the Gauchos. Santa Barbara won first place in 13 of the 17 total events and had 19 different swimmers with individual top-three finishes. The meet included several non-traditional events, such as a 300 Free, as well as a Mixed 200 Free Relay with both men and women.
Senior captain Heaven Quintans was a top performer for the women, finishing first in both the 100 IM (58.27) and 50 Breast (29.81). Other first-place finishers were Emily Boggess (300 Free, 2:53.70), Jacqueline Harris (50 Fly, 25.67), Maelynn Lawrence (400 IM, 4:30.15), and Zoe Cosgrove (50 Back, 25.90).