The Mission Prep football team dominated all three phases of the game as the Royals beat Ribet Academy 48-0 Saturday.
Quarterback Patrick Miller threw four touchdown passes with no interceptions, ending the night with 80 yards.
Three of the touchdowns were to Evan Talbert, and the fourth was to Calvin Levisay, who also had a 79-yard punt return to set up one of the Royals’ touchdowns.
Patrick Laird rushed for 116 yards and two touchdowns on 22 carries for Mission Prep (6-1).
Defensively, the Royals forced three fumbles and had two sacks. Calvin Levisay also intercepted one of the Fighting Frogs’ passes.
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El Segundo Tournament
After winning its first two games Friday, Arroyo Grande won the next two tournament games before losing to Santiago10-5 in the championship.
The Sharks are ranked fourth in CIF-Southern Section Division 3, and Arroyo Grande (16-6) is ranked fourth in Division 4.
Jack Empey led the Eagles with 12 goals on the day.
The first two games of the day for the Eagles were a 14-9 victory against Troy and an 8-5 victory over Miracosta.
David Vitt scored four goals, and Hissam el-Effendi scored three, while goalie Clint Doucette had 19 saves on the day.
San Luis Obispo 11, Carpinteria 7
The Tigers (13-4) swept the visiting Warriors in doubles play.
San Luis Obispo got doubles sweeps from Caroline Burke and Lauren Hutkin (6-1, 6-0, 6-1), Maia Hoffman and Joelle Lewis (6-2, 6-1, 6-0), and Annaliese Lippold and Ivee Collins (7-5, 6-1, 6-3).
Cal Poly Invitational
Templeton finished three points behind the first-place team in the Division 4 girls race. Dana Alpert finished the 5K Fairbanks Cross Country Course in 20 minutes, 28 seconds. In the race there was course confusion, leading to disqualification for athletes who ran the wrong way, including Templeton’s top runner, Veronica Russell.
Templeton’s boys also claimed second in the team race, led by Henry Schmidt, who finished in 18:25.
Mission Prep was the only Division 5 team at the race on both sides. Jack Mooney (19:23), Sam Oeser (20:07) and Diego Torres (20:35) paced the boys, while Alyssa Caldera (21:48), Karina Torres (22:11) and Jaqueline San Jule (22:51) led the girls.