Arroyo Grande’s Hannah Stevens won the San Gabriel Valley one-on-one shootout junior/senior girls cross country race in a time of 18 minutes, 37 second, and teammate Emily Johnston finished second in a time of 19:26 on Saturday in San Gabriel.
Josh Davis finished fourth in a time of 16:10 to lead the Arroyo Grande boys team.
The 2.95-mile race at Mt. San Antonio College (home of the CIF-Southern Section Finals) was split into categories, including the junior/senior race and separate one, two, three, four, and five team-rank based races.
In the category races, every Arroyo Grande girl finished in the top 5. Number one Amanda Trecartin (fifth place), No. 2 Natalie Hagler (second place), No. 3 Keylie Herlihy (third place), No. 4 Lupita Leon (third place), and No. 5 Brook Ranes (3rd place) paced the three-time defending PAC 7 champion Arroyo Grande.
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On the boys side, No. 2 Blair Libby (eighth place), No. 4 Nate Mash (sixth place), and No. 5 Steven Dunbar (third place) were the runners that placed in the top 10 for the two-time defending PAC 7 champion Eagles.
San Luis Obispo at Clovis Invitational
The Tigers edged Oak Park 115 to 130 to win the medium schools girls meet in Clovis.
The Tigers didn’t place a runner in the top five, but Christine Hoffman, Micayla Rennick, and Kathleen Uyttewaal finished ninth, 10th and 11th, respectively, to help their team place first of 28 teams.
The San Luis Obispo boys earned 276 points for 11th place overall.
Junior Seamus Land finished the 5,000-meter course in a time of 16:29, good for eighth place overall.
Competing in the championship girls race, Templeton’s Savannah Camacho placed eighth in a time of 18:28, 38 seconds behind winner Catrina McAlister of Arcadia High.
Villanova 35, Mission Prep 7
Mission Prep’s offensive line couldn’t hold back Villanova Prep in the home loss.
Royals quarterback Tyler Baty was sacked six times, and Mission Prep was stymied at the line of scrimmage for only 4 rushing yards on the game.
Villanova Prep held a 21-0 advantage at halftime, and although Baty connected with Joey Hall for a 62-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter, the game was already out of reach.
Hall finished with four catches and 88 yards, and Baty went 8 for 22 for 131 yards, three interceptions and a touchdown.
North County Christian 74, Faith Christian 28
Tyler Roth rushed for seven touchdowns and 251 yards to help North County Christian (5-0) overwhelm Faith Christian in the nonleague game.
North County Christian quarterback Keelan Willison connected with Daniel Katches on 11 passes for 182 yards and three scores. Katches brought his receving touchdown total to 12 on the year, a school record.
North County Christian leapt out to a 22-0 with two scores from Roth and another from Austin Boggan.
The game was called with 3:19 left because of the 45-point rule.
Dos Pueblos 10, San Luis Obispo 8
San Luis Obispo’s Abigail Will won all three of her singles sets for the Tigers (6-4), while Tori Troesch and Maddie Hansen swept three doubles sets.
“We had a great weekend and the girls played really well against some tough competition,” Tigers coach Gary Etheredge said.