Blake Griffith placed eighth in the boys 1-meter diving final with a 463 points for San Luis Obispo High at the CIF-Southern Section Division 2 swimming and diving finals at Riverside on Saturday.
In the girls swimming meet, San Luis Obispo’s Gabrielle Penvenne was sixth in the 100 butterfly in 56.99 seconds.
Arroyo Grande’s boys 200 freestyle relay team of Christian Solis, Jack Alexander, Chris Dichmann and David Malouf finished fourth (1:27.27).
The 200 medley team of Charlie Watkins, Trent Schachter, Alexander and Dichmann was eighth (1:37.94). In the 400 freestyle relay, Solis, Schachter, Malouf and James Hazel finished fifth in 3:11.80.
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Joshua Dewhurst was fifth in the boys 200 freestyle (1:42.18) for Paso Robles.
TRACK AND FIELD
CIF-Southern Section Division 2 preliminaries
Talley Hill was sixth in the girls 800 (2:14.10), and Angela Gemignani was seventh (2:14.62) for Arroyo Grande’s girls at Moorpark.
The top nine finishers in each event qualified for next week’s Southern Section finals.
Samantha Henkel placed third in the girls shot put (40 feet, 3 inches) to qualify.
CIF-Southern Section Division 3 preliminaries
Atascadero’s Sarah Stafford was third in the girls discus (124-11) and shot put (39-2¼).
Teammate Brianna Villanueva also qualified at 35-11, and Angelica Cusworth was second in the 300 (44.57 seconds) and seventh in the 400 (59.56).
Daniel Tull qualified in the boys 1,600 in 4:23.05.
For San Luis Obispo, William Ernst was third in the boys 1,600 (4:19.26) and fifth in the 3,200 (9:25.19). Teammate Callum Bolger took second in the 3,200 (9:18.98).
For the Tigers girls, Cora Devaney was fifth in the discus (116-7), and Shaina Morris was seventh in the long jump (17-3) to qualify.
Morris also participated on the 4x400 team that took seventh in 4:06.26 along with Lexi Johnson, Elizabeth Janette and Kylie Hardet. Johnson also qualified for the 200 (25.58), and Elizabeth Willey tied for second in the girls pole vault with a mark of 10-6.
Codie Wilshusen led the Bearcats, finishing second in the girls pole vault with a mark of 10-6. Kristen Thompson was fifth in the girls shot put (37-10) and sixth in the discus (114-9). Ashley Davis qualified in the girls 1,600 with a time of 5:10.04, and Madison Moore was second in the girls 800 (2:16.23).
CIF-Southern Section Division 4 preliminaries
Shareef Wahba was fourth for Mission Prep in the boys discus (141-9), and Kyle Van Housen advanced in the boys pole vault (12-6).
Nipomo’s Luke Nickelson won the boys long jump in 20-111⁄2 and qualified in the triple jump (43-9).
Garrett Morgan qualified in the boys 800 (2:00.42), and Jordynn Dorado qualified in the girls shot put (33-51⁄2).
For Templeton, Clayton Mackay was the top qualifier in the boys 300 hurdles (39.96), and Sienna Stinson was first in the girls pole vault (10-6).
Christian Hauser took seventh in the boys 400, and Peter Josserand was eighth in the boys 100 (11.15) and eighth in the 200 (22.70).
Miranda Barbour qualified in the girls discus (108-1), and Jared Wilson qualified in the boys shot put 35-3. Kecymar Osuna was fifth in the 3,200 (11:31.13) to advance.
For Morro Bay, Sierra Emrick tied for first in the girls pole vault (10-6) and teammate Natalie Marquardt was third (10-0). Bradon Amato placed third in the boys 800 (2:00.01), and Andrew Stafford was second in the boys 1,600 (4:25.36). Austin Lay was third in the 1,600 (4:26.14) and was second in the 3,200 (9:25.59).
Quartz Hill 3, Arroyo Grande 0
The Eagles lost on the road in the CIF-Southern Section Division 3 quarterfinal matchup.
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