In the 10-team San Luis Obispo High swimming relay tournament Saturday, the Tigers won the boys team title and finished fourth in the girls team race.
The Tigers clinched the boys meet by winning the 4x50-meter medley relay to finish with 55 points to 51 for runner-up Garces.
That team consisted of Alan Peterson, Eric Erbstoesser, Dom Magliari and Zach Flachman while Garces placed third in the event.
Garces won the girls meet with 70 points. San Luis Obispo was the top local team with 42 points.
Peterson, Erbstoesser, Magliari and Graham Johnson teamed to win the 4x50 individual medley relay in 3 minutes, 21.25 seconds, just missing the automatic CIF-qualifying time of 3:21. However, it does put them into consideration for CIF, as the cutoff time is 3:27.
San Luis Obispo also won the 3x200 IM and the 3x200 freestyle relays.
The San Luis Obispo girls 4x50 medley team of Jesse Magliari, Emma Hultzapple, Sydne Aguilar and Teagan Griffith finished second. The Tigers also placed third in 3x200 IM 4x50 breaststroke, 4x50 backstroke and the 4x100 freestyle relays.
Atascadero finished second in the boys 3x200 IM and fourth in the 4x50 medley.
Arroyo Grande 5, Buena 4; Arroyo Grande 9, Village Christian 1
The Eagles (3-0) won both their games at the Simi Valley Tournament.
The first game saw Arroyo Grande score three runs in the top of the seventh for a 5-2 lead and then hang on for the win.
Jill Compton, who pitched a complete game, finished with 12 strikeouts and was 2 for 4 at the plate for the Eagles, and Sydney Gouveia was also 2 for 4.
Arroyo Grande had 11 hits in the win over Village Christian, including a triple from Mariah Vargas, who was 2 for 3. Gouvia pitched a complete game with nine strikeouts.
Paso Robles 4, Rio Mesa 0; Dos Pueblos 2, Paso Robles 1
Jenna Wookey pitched a complete game shutout for the Bearcats (2-1) in their first game at the Simi Valley Tournament. Megan Clarke was 2 for 3 against Rio Mesa.
Against Dos Pueblos, Clarke scored the Bearcats’ only run when she got a hit, stole second base and was driven in on a Carly McCall hit.
Carpinteria 10, Morro Bay 4; Morro Bay 10, Grace Brethren 0
The Pirates (1-2) split at the Santa Ynez tournament.
Kylie Gacad was 2 for 4 against Carpinteria.
The Pirates bounced back in the second game, winning it in five innings as freshman pitcher Marissa Taberas threw a one-hitter.
Tia Gacad was 2 for 4 with two runs scored for Morro Bay.
Paso Robles Bearcat Relays
Paso Robles won the boys team title while the Arroyo Grande girls also finished first.
In the boys meet, Paso Robles scored 87 points to 76 for runner-up Arroyo Grande, 58 for third-place San Luis Obispo and 49 for Atascadero and Righetti, which tied for fourth.
Arroyo Grande scored 104 points in the girls meet to 74 for runner-up St. Joseph and 64 for third-place San Luis Obispo.
San Luis Obispo’s Seamus Land and Spencer Lemons were the Outstanding Male Track and Male Field Athletes of the Meet, respectively.
Templeton’s Savannah Camacho was the Outstanding Female Track Athlete, and Alex Mero of Arroyo Grande was the Outstanding Female Athlete.
Morro Bay at Rincon Relays
The Pirates had eight overall wins.
Morro Bay’s winning girls included: Macy Bureson in the 600 meters, Rachel Jelstrom in the 2,400, the 400 relay team of Tess Volkof, Sadie Robbins, Hannah Cary and Sarah Harris, and the 1,600 team of Volkof, Robbins, Cary and Allie Sulatis.
For the boys, Billy Vedrin won both the 600 and the 1,200, Ryan Wheat won the high jump, and Keinnath Tagalicud won the shot put. The boys 1,600 relay team of John Beardwood, Justin Carroll, Billy Vedrin and Ryan Lily also finished in first place.
Nipomo at Camarillo Tournament
The Titans finished 1-2 in the tournament, falling to Saugus 25-19, 25-22 and Newberry Park 25-16, 25-12 before defeating Carpinteria 25-17, 25-13 in their final match.
J.W. Doubbe led Nipomo (1-4) in kills for all three matches, getting 13, 10 and 13 kills, respectively. Kirk Wilenius had 13, nine and eight kills, respectively, for the Titans.