Local Roundup: Girls soccer team wins state cup title

The under-15 Central Coast Condors girls soccer team won the CalSouth State Cup by beating South Coast Bayern Red 3-2 in the championship game last month.

Midfielder Lupita Leon was named tournament MVP.

Forwards Mallory Flatebo, Nadine Reed, Mariah Cossey, Courtney Crowe and Brianna Ayala all played key roles for the Condors, as did midfielders Yezenia Romero, Hannah Chandless, Maddy Hoskins and Paige Johnson. The Condors scored 28 goals during the tournament.

Defenders Emily Mitchell, Kali Pengilley, Sam Trejo and Trinity Reeves joined goalie Sabrina Fuentez in allowing a tournament-low four goals.

Mission Prep seeks boys soccer coach

The Mission Prep boys varsity soccer team is looking for a new head coach.

If interested, call John Krossa at 543-2131 ext. 212, or e-mail him a resume at

Central Coast Adventure Challenge set for Saturday

The Central Coast Adventure Challenge will be contested Saturday.

The adventure race involves paddling, hiking and bicycling for 12 hours through backcountry paths. Adventurers will seek out checkpoints given only a map and compass.

The next day, adventurers will compete in a race that eliminates the navigation aspect and follows a direct path.

There will also be a California Adventure Racing Association festival featuring educational clinics.

For more information, visit or call Yishai Horowitz at 541-0401.

Cal Poly women's basketball camps set

The Cal Poly women’s basketball program will host team and individual camps in June aimed to help develop youth basketball players.

The Mustang Jamboree is scheduled to take place June 19 at 9 a.m., with teams competing in at least three games with instruction from the Cal Poly women’s basketball team.

The cost is $40 per player and is for players entering grades 8-12.

Cal Poly will also host its Fine Tune in June basketball camp from June 21-24 from 4-8 p.m. each day.

The cost is $175 per camper with group discounts available. The cost will include a T-shirt, on- court sessions with the women’s basketball team, skill development and training. The camp is open to players ranging from grades 6-12.

For more information, contact assistant coach Kristin Iwanaga at 602-6038 or by e-mail at