The Santa Barbara High boys soccer team wasted no time Monday securing its Channel League crown, defeating Cabrillo on the road 6-1 to win its fifth straight league title.
Juan Carlos Torres scored within the contest’s first two minutes, putting the Dons (18-1-4, 7-0-2) in front 1-0.
In the 20th, a goal from Miguel Alvarado kept Santa Barbara with the momentum.
The Dons would add four more scores before the end of the first half.
Torres scored a second time and Brandon Pacheco, William Dunaway, and Diego Espinoza all earned goals in the win.
DOS PUEBLOS 1, LOMPOC 0
The Chargers remained in third place in the Channel League following a road victory at Lompoc Monday.
Seba Dupont was in the right place at the right time for Dos Pueblos (14-5-2, 5-3-1), knocking in a goal in the 51st minute.
SANTA YNEZ 2, SAN MARCOS 0
The Pirates scored in the 60th minute and converted a penalty kick in the 80th and final minute to secure the Channel League victory over the Royals.
CARPINTERIA 2, FILLMORE 2
The Warriors battled back from a 2-0 deficit against first place Fillmore and forced a draw on Senior Night.
Senior Yaritza Santes Rosales brought Carpinteria (2-13-3, 0-7-2) back within one with a goal in the second half.
With four minutes left, senior Dayne Wagner fired a shot from 25 yards out that went in and finished the match as a tie.
SANTA BARBARA 1, CABRILLO 0
The Dons honored 13 seniors before the match, then went out and made one goal stand up against the Conquistadores.
Hayden Randolph scored the goal for Santa Barbara in the 44th minute off an assist from Kasia Wolf. The play began with a cross into the 18-yard box by Athena Bow-Graham.
SANTA BARBARA 58, CABRILLO 31
Senior center Bryce Warracker had a monster night for the Dons, finishing with 36 points and 15 rebounds in a road win at Cabrillo.
Senior point guard Stephen Davis also had seven points, seven rebounds and seven assists, while senior guard Jackson Gonzales had six points and was a key contributor for Santa Barbara on defense.
SAN MARCOS 76, SANTA YNEZ 36
The Royals got 20 points from Tommy Condon, who led all scorers, in a road victory.
Tony Njia added 11 and Isaiah Hicks contributed 12 in a very balanced scoring attack for San Marcos, who keeps pace with Santa Barbara for first place in the Channel League with an 8-1 mark.
BISHOP DIEGO 74, FOOTHILL TECH 58
Austin Ziehl was the lone senior for the Cardinals on Senior Night but played well in a win that secures a second-place finish in the Tri-Valley League and a playoff spot.
Matthew Cunningham and Kai Morphy each tallied 20 points in the win for Bishop Diego.
LAGUNA BLANCA 53, PROVIDENCE 33
Junior forward Devin Hernandez scored 21 points and totaled five blocks and collected six rebounds in the Owls 20-point win Monday.
Finn Walker added 14 points to go along with three steals and seven rebounds while Christian Branch totaled eight points and dished out six assists.
SANTA BARBARA 50, CABRILLO 47
The Dons outscored the Conquistadores 18-11 in the final frame to win by three points in a road contest.
Santa Barbara (16-9, 9-0) was without Caia Trimble, but received 15 points from Athena Saragoza and eight from Mireya Gil and Briana Trujillo in the win.
LOMPOC 39, DOS PUEBLOS 38
The Chargers will likely have to hope for an at-large berth for the postseason after suffering a one-point loss to the Braves in a Channel League game.
Mikayla Butzke led the way for DP with 12 points and nine rebounds, while Lily Miers had six points, five rebounds and three assists.
Dos Pueblos dropped to 13-9 overall and 4-5 in the Channel League.
SBCC’s Haenel takes medalist honors
Igor Haenel shot a 1-over 73 on Monday to share medalist honors in the first WSC men’s golf tournament at Valencia Country Club. It was a career-best mark for the sophomore.
As a team, SBCC finished in third shooting 410, two strokes behind second-place Ventura and 21 behind first place Canyons.
GIRLS WATER POLO
CARPINTERIA 8, SANTA PAULA 6
The Warriors took home the league crown Monday after a two-goal win against league rival Santa Paula.
Leading by one goal with just over a minute remaining, Carpinteria (13-6, 7-1) made two key stops and then scored an insurance goal just before the final buzzer to win the game.
Sophomore Alex Zapata, the teams’ leading goal scorer, had a game-high four goals, while sophomore Piper Clayton contributed two goals.