Three PAC 7 boys swimming records were set Saturday in San Luis Obispo at the league’s prelims.
Top-eight finishers in each event advanced to the finals, which will be held at 1 p.m. Wednesday at Sinsheimer Pool in San Luis Obispo.
Atascadero High junior Dustin Bolt set league records in both the 200- and 500-yard freestyles, earning automatic bids to CIF-Southern Section divisional postseason competition in each event while claiming the finals’ No. 1 seeds.
He swam the 200 in 1 minute, 45.64 seconds to break the old mark by San Luis Obispo’s Kyle Peterson (1:46.29), and the 500 in 4:41.37 to break the previous best by Alan Peterson (4:48.8).
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Additionally, Arroyo Grande freshman Zach Stevens set a league standard in the 100 breaststroke, earning the No. 1 seed in an automatic postseason-qualifying time of 58.62 seconds. The old record belonged to Atascadero’s Uula Auren at 59.17.
Stevens also will be the top seed in the 200 individual medley after winning in 2:01.53.
The Eagles also got first-place finishes from Zach Toomay, who took the 100 backstroke at 57.6, and their 200 medley relay squad, which won in 1:42.63.
San Luis Obispo’s Dom Magliari had an automatically qualifying time in the 100 butterfly, winning in 53.2 seconds.
The Tigers’ 400 freestyle relay team also won with an automatically qualifying time at 3:19.49.
Graham Johnson earned the No. 1 seed in the 100 freestyle at 49.27 seconds for San Luis Obispo, and the Tigers’ 200 freestyle relay team won in 1:31.78.
Don Lugo Tournament
Arroyo Grande 12, San Juan Hills 5; Arroyo Grande 9, Los Alamitos 5
The Eagles rebounded from their 0-2 start at the tournament with a sweep.
Against San Juan Hills, Gavin Smith pitched a complete game and gave up seven hits with six strikeouts.
Kyle Raubinger went 2 for 2 with a triple, a double and three runs scored, while Brent VanderVeen went 2 for 3 with a double and two RBI for the Eagles.
Against Los Alamitos, Raubinger struck out seven and gave up no earned runs in a complete-game effort.
Mitch Hollingsworth went 3 for 4 with two doubles and two RBI for the Eagles (15-6), and Mike Fisher went 3 for 3 with a double and two RBI, while Gunnar Gomez went 2 for 5 with two RBI.
Mission Prep 8, Anzar 5; Mission Prep 13, Anzar 6
The Royals (12-6) swept the doubleheader against the San Juan Bautista school.
Stephen Fleming picked up the win in the first game, giving up two hits and collecting five strikeouts through six innings.
Fleming was also 2 for 3 with two RBI, as was Zach Brown.
Joey Hall went 2 for 4.
Fleming was 3 for 4 in the nightcap, Brown, Hall and Art Lane all went 2 for 3, and Hall had four RBI.
Nipomo 2, Templeton 0
In a rare Friday night game, the Titans’ Ryan McNeil pitched a complete game, 13-strikeout shutout in a meeting between Los Padres League playoff hopefuls. Nipomo improved to 12-5 overall, 7-2 in the LPL.
The Eagles also had solid pitching, as Spencer Macomber and Alex Kotheimer gave up six hits in seven innings. James Ralston had a double for Templeton (13-8, 5-4).