It was an afternoon of Channel League golf for two of the conference's newcomers Monday at La Purisima
Host Lompoc High took on rival Cabrillo at the daunting course outside of Lompoc.
The visiting Conqs did enough to capture the Channel League dual win, beating the Braves 529-587.
Casey Munns led all golfers with a score of 100 to earn medalist honors over the 18 holes. Colby Barthel shot a 100 and Curren Thomas came in with a 105. Chris Salazar shot 111. Jake Lambert shot 117.
Romeo Barcelona led the Braves with a score of 108. Adam Beck shot 116, Merrick Zellers came in at 119. Luke Gardner and Nate Williams each shot 120.
Templeton 254, Santa Maria 311
Medalist Max Doenow shot a 47 over nine holes at the Santa Maria Country Club, and the Eagles beat the Saints in an Ocean League match.
Adrian Arredondo led Santa Maria with a 56.
Santa Ynez 6, San Marcos 5
The Pirates (5-3-1, 2-2) beat the Royals with a five-run seventh inning in a Channel League game at San Marcos.
"It was quite the rally," said Santa Ynez coach Warren Dickey. "A season-saver type of thing.
"We came from dead in the water to winning a league game on the road."
Tyler Rasmussen got the comeback going with a two-run single. Brock Dix put the Pirates ahead with another single, and Logan Ast singled in the eventual winning run.
San Marcos reliever Isaac Villareal, the eventual losing pitcher, hit a solo homer off Santa Ynez closer Merek Mercado in the bottom of the inning, but Mercado eventually got the last out to earn the win.
Dunn 4, Morro Bay 0
The Earwigs scored a win over the Pirates Monday as Ian Valdez and Ethan Cloyd combined for a shutout, allowing three hits while striking out seven batters.
Brandon Lawrence and Ben Abelman each had doubles and collected two hits on the day for the Earwigs.
Pioneer Valley 6, Santa Maria 3
Michael Labastida won at No. 1 singles and teamed with Mario Bermudez for an 8-1 doubles win as the Panthers (1-3, 1-1) beat the Saints (1-6, 1-3) in an Ocean League match for their first win of the season.
The match was moved up from a scheduled Tueday start because of rain that was forecast for that day.
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Arroyo Grande (3-2) won two of its three matches at this tournament at Clovis Buchanan High School and finished second behind Valencia.
The Eagles beat Bakersfield Stockdale 5-3, lost to Valencia 59-47 in games (the teams tied 6-6 in sets) and beat Piedmont 6-0.
Arroyo Grande coach Lori Hollister said the tournament was shortened to a one-day pool play format because of rain.
The Eagles won all nine of their doubles matches. Isaiah Sezbecki and Dylan Black won three times. Connor Angle, paired with Gavin Silva and Bryce Tencati, won all three of his doubles matches.
All of the Arroyo Grande players won at least once. Michael Atherton, Joey Kullman, Ethan Wolfe and Gavin Silva all won at least once in singles, and Silva, NIck Fuller, Sam Ashbrook and Ryan Arcangel all won at least once in doubles.
Arcangel, pairing with Ashbrook and Fullert, scored two doubles wins.