One day after clinching a share of the Channel League title, the San Marcos girls volleyball team avenged a loss from earlier in the season against Arroyo Grande, beating them on Wednesday in four sets with scores of 25-19, 15-25, 25-12, 25-22.
With the victory, the Royals finish the regular season with a 19-6 overall record and a 9-1 Channel League mark.
Defensively, senior libero Grace Matthews had a career night tallying 46 digs in the win.
Taylor Wilson paced the offense with 16 kills while Brynn Sofro had nine and Bella Johnson tallied eight.
Setters Ashley Day and Ava Cole had 24 and 15 assists, respectively on the night.
San Marcos, taking part in the CIF-SS Division 3 playoffs, will find out its playoff draw on Saturday.
LAGUNA BLANCA 3, COAST UNION 0
The Owls had a senior night to remember, as they swept Coast Union with set scores of 25-11, 25-15, 25-7.
Macy Christal had eight kills on eight attempts – all in the first set. Bella Woodhouse had seven digs, while Sophia Webster, Ainsley McGovern, Lily Connor and Natalie McCaffery each had six digs.
Laguna Blanca improved to 18-4 on the season and 10-0 in league play.
SBCC takes second in WSC No. 7
Pratima Sherpa shot a 2-over 73 to take second place in WSC No. 7 Wednesday at Simi Hills Golf Course.
SBCC sophomore Alexa Bleth carded a 79, her second-best score of the year. As a team, the Vaqueros shot 319 – their second-best score of the season. Canyons won its seventh straight conference tournament with 316 strokes.
The Vaqueros had five players finish in the top eight, as freshman Marie Naud carded an 83 to take sixth place. Cally Casterline (84) took seventh and Paris White (85) finished eighth.
MOORPARK 3, SBCC 0
The No. 9 Moorpark Raiders swept the Vaqueros Wednesday afternoon, winning by set scores of 25-17, 25-13, 25-16.
Bella Brandt had 16 digs for SBCC (6-11, 2-3).
WOMEN’S WATER POLO
SBCC 12, L.A. VALLEY 5
Annie Ackert and Taylor Brooks scored a combined nine goals as SBCC rolled past L.A. Valley on Wednesday.
Ackert scored a season-high five goals while Brooks added four.
Brooks is No. 2 in the state scoring chart with 79 goals in 22 games and Ackert is seventh with 52 goals. Goalkeeper Zoe Johnson had a season-high 17 saves in the cage.
SBCC (19-3, 5-0) is off until next Friday.
BOYS WATER POLO
CARPINTERIA 19, FILLMORE 5
Fillmore scored the first goal on Wednesday, but Carpinteria scored way more to take a decisive 14-point victory and remain unbeaten in league play.
Sophomore Ian Thomas and freshman Justin Main had strong games, playing well on both offensive and defensive ends, and scoring two and four goals, respectively.
Carpinteria will face Nordhoff next week hoping to ensure first place in league.
CARPINTERIA 17, SANTA PAULA 1
From the start of the match, Carpinteria (8-7, 5-2) played with high intensity and continued it throughout the length of the match on Wednesday earning an impressive 17-1 win.
The Warriors tallied all nine doubles points as Lexi Persoon/Jeannette Carrillo, who made their debut as a duo for the first time this season despite being partners the last two years, did not drop a game.
In singles, Sydney Endow went 3-0 and as did Xochitl Moctezuma. Emma Lapidus went 2-1.