Ethan Parrish scored 11 goals and Sammy Arshadi added six goals of his own to lead the Dos Pueblos boys water polo team to a 24-9 victory Wednesday over San Luis Obispo.
Parrish added seven steals and Aiden Trager recorded 11 saves in goal. DP (9-10) lead 7-1 after one quarter and took a 10-3 lead into the half.
The Tigers would add six goals in the third quarter, but were held scoreless in the fourth. The Chargers scored 14 times in the final two quarters. DP will travel to Santa Ynez today for a 3:15 p.m. Channel League match with the Pirates.
Prep Water Polo
Carpinteria 13, Hueneme 4
The Warriors improved to 7-7 overall and 3-0 in league play following their win over the Vikings Wednesday.
Hueneme scored in the early going, though Carpinteria battled back to take the early lead on their way to victory. The Warriors will take part in the Oxnard tournament Friday with a rematch against Newbury Park.
Prep Cross Country
The San Marcos boys and girls cross country teams each took second place in the Lake Casitas Twilight Meet Wednesday afternoon.
Freshman Shaina King finished first overall in the girls three-mile race with a time of 19:52. Madison Funk finished 11th with a time of 21:03 and Louisa Zadeh (21:56) finished 19th. The girls team finished with a score of 78, with Camarrillo taking the top spot with a team score of 36.
The boys were led by Will Snyder, whose three-mile time of 16:24 was good for fourth place. Jacob Snodgress (16:33) took seventh place and three other Royals had top-18 finishes. San Marcos scored 62 points as a team, trailing only Fillmore who finished first with 51 points.
In the two-mile race, the Cate boys team took fifth out of 13 teams and the girls team took third place.
Sophomore Anna DiSorbo defeated the other 199 runners with a time of 11:16. Sophomore Meena Baher took fourth with a time of 11:59.
The boys were led by senior co-captain Tesfa Asmara, who finished in 23rd place with a time of 10:49.
SBCC takes second in WSC No. 5
Pratima Sherpa shot 80 and Alexa Bleth shot 84 Wednesday to lead the Vaqueros to second place in WSC No. 5 at Rio Bravo Country Club in Bakersfield.
Canyons won its fifth straight WSC tournament with 323 strokes, followed by SBCC with 343. Citrus was third with 435 strokes.
Haruka Koda of Canyons won her fourth straight medalist honor with a 76 and teammate Jessie Lin was second at 79. Sherpa was a stroke back in third and Bleth took fifth. Honey Lawrie carded an 86 and finished sixth.
Canyons lead the WSC race at the midway point with a 25-0 record. SBCC is five back at 20-5. The Vaqueros will play in WSC No. 6 Monday at San Dimas Canyon Golf Course.
SBCC 3, L.A. Pierce 0
The Vaqueroes posted its second-highest hitting percentage and its fewest errors of the season during Wednesday’s sweep of L.A. Pierce.
SBCC hit .343 with just seven hitting errors, winning by set scores of 25-15, 25-14, 25-18. Madi Mullins had nine kills and Gabi Brewer had eight of her own. Neither had an error in 14 swings. Lauren Holsted added six kills, six digs and five aces.
SBCC fell behind 7-2 in the first set, but a kill by Mullins ignited a 16-4 and propelled the Vaqueros for the rest of the match.
SBCC will play its fourth straight home match at 6 p.m. Friday against Cuesta.