The Paso Robles High boys cross country team placed second in the Division 2 varsity large school race at the Clovis Invitational on Saturday, placing four runners in the top 30 in the 5K event.
Matt Kwiatkowski paced the Bearcats boys, placing 16th with a time 15 minutes, 59 seconds.
Aidan Farrell placed 26th and Kyle Ravera placed 27th, both in 16:20, and Zach Chamberlain was 29th in 16:21 for Paso Robles, which finished with 156 points, 62 behind first-place St. John Bosco.
In the girls race, the Bearcats finished 16th with 415 points. Ashley Davis finished 65th in 20:30 to lead Paso Robles.
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In the girls high school varsity race, Arroyo Grande placed 13th with 390 points.
Jocelyn Reynolds placed 36th (19:02), Leah Rife-Dupuy placed 42nd (19:07) and Angela Gemignani placed 43rd (19:08) for the Eagles.
The Arroyo Grande boys placed 14th in the boys varsity race with 369 points. Trevor Cowan placed 50th (16:02) to lead the Eagles.
Nipomo, Atascadero and San Luis Obispo competed in the girls varsity medium school race, with only the Titans fielding a complete team
The Titans placed 11th with 297 points behind Kyra Meko, who placed 11th in 19:39.
Micayla Rennick placed 17th (19:57) to lead the Tigers, and Jillian McLenithan, who placed 70th (20:22), paced the Greyhounds.
In the boys race, Nipomo placed 17th with 480 points. Alex Hascall was the top Titan finisher in 50th (17:21).
Joshua Ernst placed 15th (16:38) for San Luis Obispo, and Danny Reyes placed 19th (16:44) for Atascadero.
In the small school races, the Templeton girls placed third (107 points) and the boys placed 11th (332).
Veronica Russell placed fourth (19:41), Dana Alpert placed 13th (20:30) and Kecymar Osuna placed 30th (21:32) for the Eagles girls.
In the boys race, Nick Landy led Templeton, placing 27th in 17:23.
BOYS WATER POLO
San Luis Obispo Tournament
Arroyo Grande (12-6) finished fourth, losing to San Marcos 7-4 in the third-place game.
Arroyo Grande lost to Clovis North 11-9 to start the day. Jack Empey had seven goals for the Eagles, and David Ditt had two. Chandler Mankins had three saves, and Clint Doucette had four saves in goal for Arroyo Grande.
The Eagles rebounded with a 16-3 win against California with Empey, Taylor Ross and Toby Tonacia scoring three goals apiece. Doucette had seven saves in goal, and Mankins had one.
Against San Marcos, Empey scored twice, and Brock Johnson and Nick Chapman had one goal each.
Paso Robles (9-8) won all three of its games in the loser’s bracket.
The Bearcats downed Morro Bay 13-3. Noah Norton and Morgan Moore had three goals apiece, and Colin Moore and Mason Keller each had two for Paso Robles. Goalie Ben Nagengaft had 12 saves for the Bearcats.
For Morro Bay (10-10), Alexander Moore, Grant Johnson and Marco Maffiolli all had one goal.
Paso Robles then beat Nipomo 12-1. David Galvez had three goals, and Kohl Coffee had two goals for the Bearcats.
Simon Schoennauer had six saves in goal for Paso Robles.
Paso Robles then went on to beat Atascadero 16-2. Norton and Keller had three goals apiece, Maloney and Ford had two goals each and Coffey, Page, Schoennauer, Galvez, Morgan Moore and Wilkinson all had one goal for Paso Robles.
Dylan Linnenkamp and Andrew Sedley both scored for Atascadero, and goalie Matt Buckingham had 15 saves.
Earlier, the Greyhounds beat St. Joseph 4-3 in overtime, winning on a goal by David Hernandez. Linnenkamp had two goals, Sedley had a goal and Buckingham had 16 saves for Atascadero.
The Greyhounds (2-12) then beat Nipomo 7-3 behind three goals from Hernandez. Hayden Gearheart, Max Searles, Linnenkamp and Sedley added one goal each.
Buckingham had 17 saves for Atascadero.
Morro Bay wrapped up the tournament with a 9-4 loss to St. Joseph.
San Luis Obispo (11-5) beat Cabrillo 11-10 with Tim Maas scoring the winning goal. Chase Andersen scored four goals, and Kyle Sweasey and Emerson Trent scored two goals apiece. Goalie Kent Murphy had 17 saves.
The Tigers then went on to beat El Diamante 13-9 with
Andersen scoring a team-high four goals. Murphy had a personal-best 17 saves.
San Luis Obispo then fell to Santa Ynez 13-6. Dan Crozier scored two goals, and Murphy had 17 saves.
Cuyama Valley 50, Shandon 21
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