Templeton High’s Savannah Camacho won the girls three-mile cross country race at the Righetti Invitational at Waller Park in 19 minutes, 20 seconds Saturday, finishing well ahead of Paso Robles’ Maddy Cline.
The Bearcats won both the boys and girls team titles, as Cline’s runner-up time of 20:17 put her as one of four Paso Robles runners in the top eight. Nikita Kinsell (sixth, 21:38), Danica Boggs (seventh, 21:46) and Jenny Stallmann (eighth, 21:54) were the others.
Atascadero’s Meriel Bench was third in the girls race, finishing in 20:21.
Paso Robles’ Pepe Gonzales was second in the boys race as his time of 16:50 was seven seconds behind Righetti’s Pablo Nicasio.
Zander Souza (16:59) was third for Paso Robles, while Matt Kwiapkowski (17:21) was sixth and Nick Stair (17:26) was seventh.
Jacob Schwarm (17:48) was the top Atascadero boys finisher.
Mission Prep’s Annie Mooney won the girls Division 5 race at the Stanford Golf Course, finishing the 5K course in a personal-best time of 18:17.
Mooney easily topped her previous best of 18:33 to defend her title at the meet, beating Julia Maxwell of Branson High by 13 seconds.
The Royals’ girls finished sixth with 142 points. College Prep won with 67 points.
On the boys side, Mission Prep’s Tony Lundberg finished 22nd in 17:28 to help Mission Prep to an eighth place finish with 209 points. Urban School won with 117.
The San Luis Obispo boys were fifth out of 40 teams in their division.
Seamus Land was the top boys finisher for the Tigers, clocking 16:13 while Steven Kasper finished in 16:44 over the 5K course.
Foster Shaffer of Petaluma won the race in 15:45.
On the girls side, Micayla Rennick finished in 19:26 for San Luis Obispo, which finished fourth as a team.
Kathleen Uyttewaal was the next finisher in 19:52. Kay Verdon of Campolindo High won the race in 17:59.
Campolindo won both the boys and girls team titles.
The Royals didn’t drop a set, sweeping Nipomo (25-20, 25-12), Pioneer Valley (25-11, 25-8) and Santa Maria (25-8, 25-4) to win the tournament.
Sadie Casacca had eight kills and 11 digs in the win over the Titans, while Grace Ready had four aces against Santa Maria.
Nipomo finished second at the tournament, losing only to Mission Prep. The Titans’ other set scores were unavailable.