Morro Bay High’s James Shipe crossed the finish line first in the boys small-school race with a time of 16 minutes,18 seconds over the 5K course at the Brug Invitational at Santa Margarita Lake on Saturday.
The Pirates came in second in the boys small-school team race with 78 points. Cabrillo won with 37 points. Nipomo was third with 100 points.
Mission Prep’s Annie Mooney came in first in the girls small-school race in 19:24, leading Mission Prep to a third-pace team finish with 78.
Savannah Camacho finished third for Templeton in the girls small race, to help the eagles girls team get first place with a score of 41. Morro Bay was second with 72 points. The Pirates were Rachel Jelstrom, who finished ninth in 20:57.
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Atascadero’s Meriel Bench won the girls large-school race in 19:53.
Shafter won the girls team title with 66 points to 71 points for runner-up Paso Robles. Atascadero was third with 77.Madison Cline finished third in 20:40 to pace the Bearcats.
Paso Robles won the boys large-school race with 62 points. Righetti was second with 71 points, Shafter was third with 95 points and Atascadero was fourth with 104 points.
Paso Robles was led by Pepe Gonzalez, who was second in 17:06, and Gordon Sturgess was third in 17:10.
Anchorpoint Christian 30, North County Christian 6
Josh Feld broke his own school record with 34.5 tackles and rushed for the team’s lone touchdown in Gilroy.
The Crusaders (0-4) got two fumble recoveries from Lance Hodgson but coughed up six of their own, losing three of them.
Feld rushed for 94 yards on 14 carries but the Crusaders were unable to stop Anchorpoint Christian (4-0) running back Samuel Apolinar early as he scored the game’s first three touchdowns.
Boys Water Polo
San Luis Obispo 10, El Diamente 9
San Luis Obispo 7, Mt. Whitney 6
Dinuba 8, San Luis Obispo 7
Atascadero 9, Nipomo 5
Atascadero 10, Cabrillo 4
Las Lomas 6, Arroyo Grande 4
Arroyo Grande 11, Hanford West 6
Woodbridge 12, Arroyo Grande 7
Arroyo Grande’s Eric Marsh had 12 goals overall, and scored the only four goals for Eagles in a 6-4 loss to Las Lomas.
Arroyo Grande defeated Hanford West 11-6 and lost 12-7 to Woodbridge as the Eagles finished third in the tournament.
Dragan Dincic scored four goals in each of the Tigers’ victories at the San Luis Obispo Invitational.
Goalie Tommy Caffrey made 26 total saves for San Luis Obispo, which finished eighth overall.
Kelton McMains added eight goals, including seven in the two victories as each match was decided by just one goal.
Atascadero, which finished 4-1 at the tournament, got a team-high three goals from Chad Ponek in beating Nipomo and a team-high four goals from Jake Vukovich against Cabrillo.
The Greyhounds finished the tournament in 13th place.
North County Christian placed second in the David Low Tournament with a record of 7-8.
Brianna Feld had 23 kills and eight aces, for the Crusaders and Laura Tapanes added eight kills and nine aces.