The Morro Bay High girls cross country team placed three runners in the top 10 to win all seven of its duals at the Los Padres League mid-season meet Wednesday at Santa Ynez.
Eliza Lewis finished third overall in the girls race in 19 minutes, 33 seconds, and her sister, Alexis, was fifth in 19:37. Shannon McClish took eighth in 20:01 for the Pirates.
The Morro Bay boys went 5-2 in its duals, led by Austin Lay, who won the race in 15:19. Andrew Stafford was third in 15:44, and Hank Ogle was 12th in 16:58.
Nipomo went 3-4 in both boys and girls, with senior Taylor Witcher winning the girls race in 18:57. Mackenzie Wisneski was ninth in 20:02.
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For the Titans boys, Rogelio Flores took sixth overall in 16:16.
The Templeton girls went 6-1, led by Kecymar Osuna’s second-place finish in 19:14. Veronica Russell was sixth in 19:42, and Hannah Weaver was right behind her in 19:43.
The Eagles boys went 0-7, and Sam Savery Orton was the top finisher, placing 14th in 17:02.
Boys: Mission Prep 24, Coast Union 35; Girls: Mission Prep 15, Coast Union incomplete
Scott Scharlach led the Royals in the boys race by finishing first in 17:46 on the 5K course at Coast Union High.
Tobin Shea ran a 18:23 for Mission Prep, and teammate Alex ZonDohlen finished in 19:44.
The Royals’ Alyssa Caldera won the girls race in 21:03. Jacqueline SanJule finished in 22:16 for Mission Prep, followed by May Frey in 22:23 and Katie Chapman-Pincho in 23:47.
Arroyo Grande 15, San Marcos 3
Hannah Angle swept her singles sets 6-0, 6-1, 6-0, as the Eagles won a nonleague match on the road.
The doubles teams of Sophie Whittle and Josephine Graeber, Melina Rodgers and Mekayla Landers, and Angelica Gagliano and Olivia Madison all swept their sets for Arroyo Grande (13-3).
Dunn 3, Coastal Christian 0
Roni Garrison had 28 digs and five kills for the Conquerors in their 25-19, 25-21, 26-24 defeat.
Audrey Bergar had seven assists for Coastal Christian (2-4).
BOYS WATER POLO
Morro Bay 10, Lompoc 5
Travis Chirman scored four goals as the Pirates (7-8) improved to 2-0 in LPL.
Taylor Freeh added three goals, and Jack Krull made 13 saves.
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