Brittany Frace won the mile in 5 minutes, 17 seconds — a school record — and Daniel Tull won the mile in 4:26 to lead the Atascadero track team Saturday at the Maurice Green Invitational at Oaks Christian.
Sabrina Degnan placed second in the discus with a toss of 116 feet, 1 inch, and Sarah Stafford was second in the shot put (39-2).
Morro Bay was also at the invitational, with Sierra Emrick winning the girls pole vault in 11-4 and combining with teammates Natalie Marquardt (9-4) and Dylanne See (8-4) to win the team pole vault trophy.
Marquardt placed third overall in the pole vault.
Brandon Amato placed ninth in the 800 with a time of 2:03.06 to lead the boys.
Arroyo Grande at the Royal Classic
The girl’s 4x400 meters relay of Mercedes Moore, Haley Chavez, Angie Gemignani and Talley Hill placed first with a time of 4:09.21 for the Eagles. In the 3,200 meters, Liza Cassidy was first (11:15.41) and Jocelyn Reynolds placed second (11:53.72).
The 4x800 relay of Devon Mills, Rosa Granados, Jennifer Alvarez and Elizabeth Heydi placed second (9:52) and Samantha Hinkle was first in the shot put, with a toss of 40-4.
Angelica Gagliano was third in the shot put (35-6). Hinkle would later place second in the discus (100-8) and Josephine Graeber placed first in both the long jump (16-6) and the triple jump (34-10).
For the boys, Drew Breuninger was first in the shot put (46-2) and Thomas Fuentes was first in the discus (140-8). Garrit Sterling placed third in the pole vault (13-6)
Mission Prep 4, Providence 0
Chance Keegan had a two-run single in the first inning and went 2 for 2 for the Royals (2-1-1).
Robert Crandall pitched five innings, giving up just one hit with two strikeouts.
Keegan ended 2 for 2 while Eddie Fernandez was 2 for 3.
Firebaugh 12-9, Nipomo 2-10
The Titans split a double header on the road as they won the second game in eight innings.
In the first game, Trevor Small was 3 for 4 and Jose Ojeda was 2 for 4 with an RBI.
In the second game, Nipomo (3-7) tied the score at six in the seventh inning before adding four in the eighth.
Matt Albright was 3 for 5, Austen Paulicano was 2 for 4 with 3 RBI, and Austen Sparks had two RBI on a double.
Fresno Christian 13-12, Coast Union 6-1
Auggie Johnson was 2 for 4 and Jez Lawson added a triple as the Broncos tied the score at six in the seventh inning before falling in 11 innings.
Gehrig Kniffen was 2 for 4 with the run-scoring single in the seventh.
Nick Robinson had a double as Coast Union (1-7) scored its only run in the second game on a squeeze play.
San Luis Obispo 9-8, Everett Alvarez 8-2
Sabina Ybarra went 2 for 4 with a double, single and two RBI and Megan Norris had a double and two RBI to lead the Tigers in their first game.
In the second game, Sammy Good went the distance, allowing two earned runs, seven strikeouts, three walks and three hits.
San Luis Obispo trailed by two entering the second inning, but Hannah Murphy hit a three-run home run to put the Tigers up 3-2.
San Luis Obispo (6-3) broke the game open in the fifth inning, scoring five runs. Marissa Pyatt doubled in Sabina Ybarra, and then Pyatt scored on a Murphy double. Murphy was then singled in by Caldera, and Caldera scored on a Megan Norris single.
Garces 10, Arroyo Grande 8
The Eagles dropped a nonconference match at home.
Andrew Arcangel earned a 1-6, 6-1, 6-0 win at No. 1 singles, and the doubles team of Patrick Angle ands Parker Turner took a 7-6 (8-6), 7-5, 6-0 win at No. 1 doubles for Arroyo Grande (6-4,1-1 PAC 8).
SWIMMING AND DIVING
San Luis Obispo at Clovis Invitational
The Tigers finished second with 364 points at the Clovis Relays as Morgan Leishman, Gabrielle Penvenne, Anna Petersen, Adeline Peterson, Tyra Popovich and Gabby Wood contributed to the Tigers winning five of seven relays.
They won the 400 medley in 4 minutes, 19.81 seconds, the 200 backstroke (1:57.9), 400 individual medley (4:245.18), 200 butterfly (1:56.38) and the Cresendo relay (8:58.7).
On the boys side, San Luis Obispo finished third with 302 points as Galen Penvenne Nigel Goodison, Liam Dooley and Alexander Rolph finished third in the 4x100 freestyle (4:06.38).
Buchanan won the boys and girls with 618 and 404 points, respectively.