In a PAC 8 League dual swim meet held at Righetti High Thursday afternoon, the Warriors swept against their cross the street neighbors.
The Righetti girls defeated the St. Joseph girls 210-46 while the Righetti boys swam to a 198-28 victory.
The Righetti girls team won nine of the 11 events against St. Joseph.
In the relays, Righetti won the 200 medley with a time of 2:07.81 with Taylor Williams, Isabella Fraire, Brianna Hill and Denise Dominguez.
In the 200 freestyle relay, Sophie Noce, Ellyn Clardy, Jaylar Romain and Dominguez won with a 1:53.88 and in the 400 free relay in was Haley Kang, Romain, Williams and Fraire winning with a time of 4:06.73.
Kang won the 200 individual medley (2:31.65), Williams took the 50 free (28.62), Hill won the 100 butterfly (1:06.87) and Romain won the 100 free (1:00.48).
Noce took the 100 backstroke (1:11.59) and Fraire was the winner of the 100 breaststroke (1:14.70).
With the win Righetti improved to 3-4 overall and 2-4 in the PAC 8. Righetti will next swim at Santa Barbara High on April 14.
Righetti boys 213, St. Joseph 28
The Warriors (5-2, 3-2) won every event at this PAC 8 League meet as they defeated their Foster Road rival at the Righetti pool.
There were eight open events and Kyle Goodrich, Austin Nims, Ryker Dacus and Robert Groppetti each took two.
Goodrich won the 200 freestyle in 1 minute, 59.91 seconds and the 500 freestyle in 5:20.57.
Nims took the 200 individual medley in 2:09.39 and the 100 butterfly in 58.81.
Dacus won the 50 freestyle in 23.85 and the 100 breaststroke in 1:06.03 and Groppetti took the 100 freestyle in 50.50 and the 100 backstroke in 57.48.
Righetti 395, Atascadero 430
The Warriors played well at Chalk Mountain to win the PAC 8 League dual against the host Greyhounds.
Medalist Brandan Pita shot a 1-over par 73 to lead Righetti. Teammate Keith Moles was second overall with a 77, followed by Rollie Wineman (81), Dino Maldonado (81) and Blake DiBernardi (83).
Atascadero was led by Brandon Erickson who carded an 81. Cooper Armas added an 83.
Both teams will be off in PAC 8 play until the Easter Break is over. Righetti will send a team of Pita, Moles and Wineman to play in the Lompoc High Invitational Monday at La Purisima.
Arroyo Grande 412, Mission Prep no score
In a team dual played Thursday at Cypress Ridge, the Eagles were winners before the first tee shot. The Royals had only four golfers, so were unable to record a team score.
Jack Avrit led the way for Arroyo Grande, winning medalist honors with a 76. Connor Sandman finished second with a 78. Other scorers for AG were Christian Bergmann-Lagano (81), Raleigh Deering (89) and Brady MacMurphy (90).
The leading scorer for Mission was Robert Ball with a 96.
Both teams will start PAC 8 play once the Easter Break is over. Arroyo Grande will send a pair of three-man teams to the Lompoc High Invitational on Monday at La Purisima.
San Luis Obispo 424, St. Joseph 470
The Tigers defeated the Knights (3-5) in a PAC 8 League match at San Luis Country Club.
St. Joseph freshman Ethan Ashbrook was the medalist with an 80, but all five Tigers, led by Casey Leebrick with an 82, came in at under 90. Three of the Knights did.
Sean Swaim (82), Josh Salisbury (87), Marcus Malin (104) and Jerry Charette (117) came in behind Ashbrook for the Knights. All of St. Joseph's matches have been league ones.
Paso Robles 420, Pioneer Valley 515
Bailey Flickinger was the medalist with an 80 as he helped the Bearcats beat the Panthers (0-10, 0-8) in a PAC 8 League match.
The golfers played the Oaks to Lakes Course at Black Lake in Nipomo.
Matt Lima led Pioneer Valley with an 88. Panthers following were Junior Fuentes (96), Prescott Brown (101), Joseph Martinez (114) and Joseph Morales (116).
Santa Maria 17, Valley Christian Academy 2
The Saints (5-7) overwhelmed the Lions in a non-league game at Santa Maria. The game was called after the top of the fifth inning because of the 10-run rule.
Santa Maria scored 10 runs in the bottom of the first.
Ivan Nunez went 3-for-3 and drove in three runs for the Saints. Cameron Guzman had three RBIs. Juan Jimenez knocked in two runs.
Kyle Humann, Luke Nichols and Aiden Heller doubled for the Lions.