The San Luis Obispo High boys and girls swimming teams swept Morro Bay in a season-opening nonleague meet Wednesday.
On the boys side, the defending PAC 7 champion Tigers won every event to finish on top 244-54.
San Luis Obispo’s Alan Peterson and Robert Hure both had CIF-Southern Section postseason consideration-worthy times in the 500-yard freestyle, with Peterson winning in 4 minutes, 49.97 seconds, and Hure close behind at 4:58.46. Both Peterson and Hure were also on the winning 400 freestyle relay team, which clocked a time of 3:35.64.
The Tigers’ Dom Magliari won the 200 individual medley in 2:12.13 and the 100 butterfly in 56.97 seconds. Teammate Graham Johnson also claimed two events, winning the 50 freestyle in 23.77 seconds and the 100 freestyle in 50.66.
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In the relays, Magliari also swam a leg for the winning 200 medley (1:50.88) and 200 freestyle (1:35.48) foursomes. Also on those teams were Jake O’Connor and Tyler Andree, each of whom won an individual event, as well.
Andree finished first in the 100 backstroke in 1:03.54, as O’Connor did in the 200 freestyle in 1:58.5.
On the girls side, the Tigers won in convincing fashion as well, 225-87.
Teagan Griffith was a multiple-event winner for San Luis Obispo, taking the 50 freestyle in 26.35 seconds and the 100 backstroke in 1:07.73.
In the relays, Griffith was on the winning 200 freestyle (1:51.04) and 400 freestyle (4:12.18) squads. Rachel Hure, who won the 200 freestyle individually in 2:07.14, and Jesse Magliari, who claimed the 100 freestyle with a postseason-consideration time of 57.23 seconds, were also on each of those relay teams.
Morro Bay’s Kendall Swanson had the best individual day at the meet, posting two automatic postseason-qualifying times in the 200 individual medley (2:16.78) and 100 butterfly (1:01.27).
San Luis Obispo’s Tessa Merritt won the diving competition with a score of 241.15.
San Luis Obispo 396, Nipomo 445
The Titans’ Steve Canales earned medalist honors by carding a 6-over 77 at Monarch Dunes Golf Course.
But three players — Kush Sikand, Michael Zakaria and Parker Irving — all shot 78 to carry the Tigers (2-0).
Alex Mueller had an 82 for Nipomo (1-1).
Righetti 3, Nipomo 0
Playing a PAC 7 team for the second night in a row, the Titans (0-2) were swept 25-8, 25-20, 25-14.
J.W. Dobbe led Nipomo with 11 kills. Zach Elliot had 13 digs for the Titans, and teammate Alex Martinez distributed 14 assists.
The Cabrillo at San Luis Obispo nonleague match was postponed to 3 p.m. March 9 because of rain.