The Santa Barbara City College football team snapped its four-game losing streak Saturday in its 35-16 win over L.A. Pierce.
Bradley Kleven threw for 228 yards and four touchdowns, while the Vaqueros defense recorded three interceptions and seven sacks and scored on a 70-yard fumble return by defensive lineman Jacob Shultz.
SBCC (4-2) fell behind 7-0 but went on to score 28 unanswered points behind Kleven’s four TD passes.
Former Dos Pueblos standout Cyrus Wallace had a 17-yard touchdown in the first half to give his team a two-score advantage.
SBCC scored more points Saturday than it did the previous four games combined (27).
The Master’s 3, Westmont 2
The No. 6 Westmont women’s soccer team suffered its first conference loss of the season, dropping its match against The Master’s in overtime.
Savannah Scott converted a penalty kick in the 15th minute and the game remained tied until the 49th minute, when the Mustangs’ Suzanna Mabie headed in a corner kick.
Scott was unable to convert a second penalty kick just two minutes later, though the Warriors took a 2-1 lead in the 86th minute when Katie Stella scored her third goal of the season.
Mabie scored again just before the end of regulation. Kydnel Borman scored in the 93rd minute to seal the upset.
Westmont 0, The Master’s 0
The Warriors men’s soccer team outshot the Mustangs 16-14 and had an 8 to 4 advantage in shots on goal, however the Warriors were unable to find the net in their draw against The Masters.
Isaiah Bobadilla and Edward “Lalo” Delgado each recorded two saves in the draw.
BOYS WATER POLO
SANTA BARBARA 10, CARLSBAD 6
SANTA BARBARA 10, GARCES 6
The Dons finished their run at the Steven Pal Tournament with a pair of wins to close out the weekend 3-1.
Chase Raisin was a powerhouse in the offensive department today, tallying five goals in each of the two wins on Saturday. Aiding Raisin was Jordan Hayes who had five assists on the day as well as a goal and Bronson Blix who tallied six steals and five assists.
Defensively, Wyatt Pieretti totaled 23 saves across the two matches.
Santa Barbara (19-8) will host Cabrillo for senior day at 3:15 on Tuesday.
YORBA LINDA 11, SAN MARCOS 9
ESPERANZA 9, SAN MARCOS 5
The Royals ended the Steven Pal Tournament with a pair of losses, finishing the weekend 1-3.
San Marcos got three goals from Jackson Hamilton and Daniel Goldberg in the first match as the Royals led 3-1 early, but ended the first frame down 4-3 and never recovered.
In the second match, San Marcos got the first goal and had four by halftime, but trailed 8-4 and could only muster one goal in the second half. Tom Leggett was the leading scorer with two.
San Marcos will host Santa Ynez at 3:15 on Thursday.
MENS AND WOMENS SWIMMING
UCSB earns pair of victories at Roadrunner Invitational
The UCSB men’s and women’s swim team won 14 of 22 events to earn victories Saturday afternoon.
The Gaucho women won nine of 11 events, while adding four second-place and four third-place finishes. As a team, UCSB accumulated 610.5 points to top CSU Bakersfield (428), Cal Baptist (279.5), San Jose State (256), and Dixie State (143).
Redshirt junior Emily Boggess had four overall victories for UCSB.
The men won five events, took second in four third in six events. The men’s team (688.5) bested CSU Bakersfield (485.5) and Cal Baptist (414).
Doug Nogueria and Joe Lastelic had two victories apiece.
Westmont 3, Life Pacific 0
Senior Cassidy Rea had 11 kills and no errors to lead Wesmont to a sweep over the Warriors.
Westmont (18-5, 9-3 in GSAC) won by set scores of 25-20, 25-17, 25-22.
Hali Galloway had nine kills, while Brooklynn Chenney contributed seven kills and 20 digs.