High School Sports

Prep Roundup: Templeton teams run to victory on Laguna Lake course

Arroyo Grande's Dennis Meffert fires a shot over Nipomo's Connor Cavazos  during Tuesday's boy's water polo match. Photo by Joe Johnston 9-22-09
Arroyo Grande's Dennis Meffert fires a shot over Nipomo's Connor Cavazos during Tuesday's boy's water polo match. Photo by Joe Johnston 9-22-09 The Tribune

The Templeton High boys and girls cross country teams came away with convincing victories in a three-way meet with Coast Union and host Mission Prep at Laguna Lake Park on Wednesday.

The Eagles girls had a 1-2-3 finish and were led by sophomore Savannah Camacho, who finished in 20 minutes, 50 seconds. Teammate Kaley Hook was only a second behind, and Kasey Urman crossed the finished line in 21:06.

Mission Prep’s Annie Mooney was fourth (21:21), and Coast Union was led by Heather Granada (25:59), who finished 18th.

Templeton edged the Royals 22-33 in the team race. The Broncos did not field a complete team.

For the boys, Templeton had four of the top five placers and ran away with a team score of 19. Mission Prep scored 46, and Coast Union had 63.

The Eagles were led by Bob Vanderplas, who finished in 17:20, and Bridge Eimon (18:25). Joe Schow (18:57) and Nick Landy (18:58) finished fourth and fifth for Templeton.

Coast Union’s Nathan Baldwin split the two pairs of Eagles by placing third (18:38). Mission Prep was led by Tony Lundberg (19:53) in ninth.

BOYS WATER POLO

Arroyo Grande 13, Paso Robles 4

Eric Marsh and Luka Vukamonovic each had three goals for the Eagles, who got out to a 4-0 first-quarter lead.

Casey Higginbotham and Riley Laughton each had two scores for Arroyo Grande (6-3, 3-0 PAC 7). Ryan Morgan had nine saves in the win.

Austin McCall led the Bearcats with three goals.

Santa Ynez 9, Morro Bay 5

Santa Ynez scored five goals in the fourth period to pull away for the Los Padres League win.

Zac Condit scored four goals for Morro Bay (0-3, 0-1 LPL). Jackson Newel had the other goal.

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