May 26, 2022

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Athletics ROUNDUP – Santa Barbara Information-Press

San Marcos sites third

SAN LUIS OBISPO — The San Marcos ladies volleyball group finished third at the San Luis Obispo invitational Saturday.

The Royals beat teams from Clovis North, Oaks Christian and Arroyo Grande in advance of falling in the semifinals to Clovis North 16-14 in what Coach Dwayne Hauschild referred to as “an complete fight.”

Mentor Hauschild praised numerous of the Royals for amazing performances: Eloise McGibben, Riley Green and Lily Blankenhorn. “But further credit goes to Ava Cole, who was unfortunately missing to damage in the semifinal activity but was reliable all weekend and was awarded All Match honors for her fantastic attempts in major the Royals to this excellent end.”

— Dave Mason

UCSB defeats Northwestern

LARAMIE, Wyo..— UCSB volleyball participant Tallulah Froley has cause to smile.

She enjoyed her 3rd straight 15-furthermore eliminate match Saturday when the Gauchos defeated Northwestern in Laramie, Wyo. Froley led all gamers with a whopping 16 kills.

Not negative at all, and it sets a positive stage for the UCSB women’s volleyball workforce as it gears up for up coming weekend’s Thunderdome Classic.

On Saturday, UCSB defeated Northwestern with the Gauchos winning 27-25, 25-19 and 25-16. Northwestern received only just one established, 25-20.

Gauchos athletes Michelle Ohwobete and Abrielle Bross each individual had 10 kills, according to a UCSB news release. Ohwobete collected nine digs, and Bross strike a best 10–20 clip. Rowan Ennis picked up a further 8 blocks, giving her a whole of 22 for the weekend.

Ohwobete, Macall Peed and Grace McInosh despatched down two aces.

At the Thunderdome Common, UCSB will host a trio of matches with Washington Condition and VCU.

— Dave Mason

SBCC h2o polo players realize success in SLO

SAN LUIS OBISPO — The women’s drinking water polo team from Santa Barbara Town University designed a big splash at Cuesta Invitational with a 3-1 document.

The Vaqueros’ string of victories continued with a 16-2 defeat of Fresno on Friday and a 15-4 acquire in excess of Diablo Valley on Saturday.

The one decline came when West Valley defeated City College 12-5 in the Vaqueros’ last game for the weekend.

Future weekend, City Faculty will perform many game titles at the RCC Event hosted by Citrus Higher education.

— Dave Mason

Carpinteria locations 3rd at water polo event

MALIBU — The Carpinteria boys drinking water polo group finished in third area at the 20th Annual Varsity Drinking water Polo Tournament, which took area Thursday by means of Saturday at Malibu High College.

“The Warriors took a tough loss at the arms of Northern California powerhouse Los Gatos Wildcats in the second period of unexpected dying additional time with a rating 7-8,” Mentor Jon Otsuki reported in an e mail to the News-Push. “It was the to start with decline of the period for the Warriors as they struggled to find a rhythm offensively, and the Wildcats took advantage of pressured passes and misplaced pictures from the perimeter.

“The Warriors and Wildcats had equivalent game strategy, which contributed to the near score in the course of the contest,” he mentioned. 

Asher Smith and Mateo Handall accounted for all 7 of the Warriors’ goals, Smith with 4 and Handall scoring 3.  

“Goalie Jacob Taff had an astounding 18 blocks,” Mentor Otsuki mentioned.

The Warriors received their ultimate battle for third put in their match with the Agoura High College Chargers, through which Carpinteria was forward 7-2 by the end of the 50 percent.

Even with some problems during the third quarter, the Warriors remained ahead 12-6 with critical contributions from the bench, Coach Otsuki reported.

The closing score was Carpinteria, 12 Agoura, 9.

Lead scorer once more for the Warriors was Asher Smith with 4, adopted by Justin Main and Reyn Clayton with 2 apiece and Ian Thomas, Augie Sheaffer and Gavin Lohuis, every with a single. 

The Warriors will confront off in opposition to the Foothill Tech Dragons on Tuesday in Carpinteria.

— Dave Mason