Cabrillo's golf team wrapped up the Los Padres League season with another win on Thursday.
The Conqs fended Santa Ynez by 10 strokes as the LPL Final held at Morro Bay Golf Course as Justin Buenaventura snagged another medalist honor.
Buenaventura shot a 77 to lead the Conqs to a team score of 433. Santa Ynez finished in second with a team score of 443. By taking second place on Thrusday, the Pirates finished tied for second place with Nipomo in the final league standings.
In every league event this year, Buenaventura was either the sole medalist or co-medalist. He was co-medalist just once, shooting the top score every other tournament this year.
Santa Ynez was led by Cooper Candy, who shot 84. Nipomo's Klay Funez also shot 84 for Nipomo, which was led by Bryan Tran's 83. The Titans shot 457 on the day.
Cabrillo's scorers included Austin Kranz and Isaiah Cisnderos, who each shot 84, Kyle Stiller's 89 and Sean Melugin's 99.
Morro Bay finishes in fourth place in the final league standings. Those Pirates shot a 471 on Thursday, led by Mac Daugherty's 84.
Santa Maria wasn't too far behind Morro Bay, coming in with a score of 478. The Saints placed fifth in the final league standings. Joseph Balderama led the Saints with a score of 86. Isiah Kurgan came in with a 94 and Ash Avelino shot 95. Leo Aguilar (100) and Frank Lopez (101) rounded out the scoring for the Saints.
Templeton shot 565 on Thrusday, led by Charlie Raine's 97 and came in sixth place in the final league standings.
Orcutt Academy shot a team score of 493 on Thursday, but finish seventh. Robbie Birch led the Spartans with an 88, Kenny Won and Joseph Cardenas each shot 93, Cesar Lopez hit the clubhouse with a score of 105 and Brad Samuel shot 114.
Lompoc finished eighth in the league standings and shot a team score of 623 with five scoring golfers. Romeo Barcelona led the Braves with a 106.
Los Padres League Tournament
Orcutt Academy doubles tandem Kyle Wells and Matthew Lopez advanced to the semifinals with an 8-4 win in the second round and a 9-8 (5) tiebreak win in the quarters.
Teammate Jordan Mangayao advanced to the second round before falling 9-8 (5) to seventh-seeded Porter Barr of Templeton.
The singles and doubles semis will start at 11 a.m. Friday at the Santa Maria Country Club.
VCA 15, Maricopa 4
The Lions (8-3, 6-1) rolled to a Coast Valley League win at Valley Christian Academy. The game was called after the top of the fifth inning because of the 10-run rule.
Perla Paniagua pitched a complete game for the Lions. She allowed one earned run. Paniagua helped herself by going 3-for-3 at the plate, with three RBIs and a double.
Dominique Navaratte had two hits and drove in three runs for the Lions. Alyssa Norholm had two hits, including a double, for the Lions. She drove in three runs. Maylee DeBernardi scored three runs and stole two bases. Ciera Sallee doubled.
VCA will play at Coast Union next Thursday for first place in the CVL.
MONTEREY PARK — The Hancock College women's 400 medley relay team broke the school record with a 10th-place finish on the first day of the California Community College Athletic Association (CCCAA) Swimming and Diving Championships at East Los Angeles College.
Meagan Stevens, Rebecca Gonzalez, Dria Kwong and Ellyn Clardy teamed for a time of 4 minutes, 10.53 seconds. They scored 14 points for the Bulldogs.
Kwong, a six-time Western State Confrence champion, will swim in the 100 butterfly Friday. Maddie Diaz, a WSC champion in the 400 individual medley and the 1,650 freestyle, will swim in those events Saturday.
Righetti edges AG 551-538
The Warriors narrowly took the PAC 8 crown, defeating Arroyo Grande on Thursday. San Luis Obispo finished third with 488 points.
Righetti coach Kyle Shaffer said the Warriors won the title despite winning just one race, the 200-yard freestyle relay.
"It was depth that won the day, every point from every swimmer," Shaffer said.
Warriors finish in fourth place
Righetti's girls took fourth in the final PAC 8 League standings.
Isabella Fraire was the league meet MVP after winning both the 200 IM (2:12.0) and the 100 breaststroke (1:06.26), making an automatic CIF time in the breaststroke. Fraire also won in the 200 free relay (1:43.45) with CIF consideration with her teammates Denise Domingues, Chelsey Kang and Sophie Noce.
The Warriors also took first in the 200 medley relay (1:52.63).
Noce swam both the 50 free (25.13) and the 100 free (55.24) with CIF consideration times. Domingues made a CIF consideration time as the lead in the 200 free relay (26.33) and led the 200 free relay to a win with a time of 1:43.45, along with Kang, Fraire and Noce.
Righetti's JV team finished in second place in the league standings.