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Carpinteria Boys Win in Track; Dos Pueblos Golfers Prevail; DP Lacrosse Falls; Bishop VB Sweeps

Ryan Springer, Wyatt Stevenson and Chance Wright won two events, sparking Carpinteria's boys track team to a 75-61 win over Santa Paula in a non-league dual meet on Thursday at Carpinteria.

The Carpinteria girls lost 80-55. Mikela Keefer was the only double winner for the Warriors girls, setting meet records in both 16000 and 3200-meter races.

Springer won the long and triple with personal records in both jumps. Stevenson, a sophomore won the 100 and 200 and Wright captured both hurdle races. Jimmy Graves set a meet record in the pole vault with a height of 12-1 1/2


Royal 15, Dos Pueblos 12

Dos Pueblos and Royal battled back and forth in a girls lacrosse game on Thursday before the Highlanders scored three goals in the last eight minutes to pull out a 15-12 win.

Jamie Sharpe scored five goals to lead the Chargers (1-1), Mika Henrickson had three goals and Serina Applebaum added two.


Dos Pueblos 430, Valencia 443

Zach Steinberger and Joseph Pignati each shot 84s to lead Dos Pueblos to the non-league win on a challenging Sandpiper Golf Course. The Chargers are 3-1.

Dos Pueblos scores

Zach Steinberger 84
Joseph Pigatti 84
Mikha Benedictus 85
Andres Fairbairn 88
Luke Vigna 89


Bishop Diego 3, Orcutt Academy 0

Mike Agnoli had 10 kills to lead the Cardinals to a 25-16, 25-12, 25-16 sweep in a non-league match at Laguna Blanca on Thursday.

Austin Bohnett added six kills and setter Brolin Parris handed out 36 assists.

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