On a day where the rain showed up for a brief time, the San Marcos High boys tennis team reigned supreme over Dos Pueblos, 11-0.
The match was shortened because of the rain, but not before Masato Perera, Daniel Newton and Alex Chow all finished 2-0 in singles for the Royals, who improved to 11-0 overall and 7-0 in the Channel League.
San Marcos other five points came in doubles. Alexi Gill and partner Dominik Stefanov finished 2-0, as did Bryan Hott and Alex Stefanov.
Sam Friedman and Jimmy Wimbish combined to win the only set they played.
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Senior left-hander Chase Mayer pitched one of his best games of the season for the Warriors, but had nothing to show for it.
Mayer allowed one run on two hits with seven strikeouts and four walks, but took the loss after Santa Paula right-hander Marcus Chavez tossed a complete-game shutout.
Carpinteria fell to 7-2 overall and 6-2 in the Citrus Coast League.
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Santa Barbara High split its meet with Cabrillo.
On the boys side, the Dons beat the Conquistadores, 73-62, while the Santa Barbara girls fell, 72-64.
Jake Knecht was a triple-winner for Santa Barbara’s boys side. Knecht won the 400 meters in 54.27 seconds. He captured the 200 meters in 23.16, and was a member of the Dons’ winning 4×100-meter relay team with Dakota Hill, Jacob Valenzuala and Moki Nacario. They finished first in 44.59 seconds.
Nacario was also a double-winner after he won the long jump at 20 feet, 11 inches. A.J. Reyes was also a double winner, taking the 800 meters (2:05.06) and anchoring Santa Barbara’s winning 4×400-meter relay with Ben Kreitzer, Jacob Barrios and P.J. Guillen.
They finished in 3 minutes, 43.31 seconds.
On the girls side, Santa Barbara was led by freshman Laila Goodman, who won the 400 meters in 1:03.85 seconds. Goodman also took first in the 200 meters (27.97) and led off the winning 4×400-meter relay team with Grace Miller, Isabelle Goebel and Clara Aviani. They finished in 4:24.66. Elena Everest was a double-winner for Santa Barbara, taking first in the 1600 and 3200 meters.
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The Vaqueros had a 2-1 lead in Long Beach before the Vikings, ranked No. 3 in the state, rallied to win in five, 25-9, 18-25, 23-25, 29-27, 15-10. Calvin Sanborn led the Vaqueros (7-5, 3-3 Western State Conference) with 24 kills, Trent Lingruen had 17 and Blake Lockhart finished with nine, to go along with a match-high 12 digs.