Kiala Haas placed third in the 12th grade cross country race at the Moorpark Invitational on a hot Friday.

Haas finished the 3-mile course in 19:57. 

For the boys, Ben Callanan was fifth in the 11th grade race in 16:31.

“We ran in some very hot conditions today,” said coach Marilyn Hantgin. “It was pretty rough, but I commend the kids for fighting through the uncomfortable weather. 

San Marcos’ best finishers in other races were: Melina Vela, 9th in the 11th grade race in 21:50; Layla Lewellyn, 7th in the 10th grade (21:28) and Jane Demmin, 7th in the 9th grade (22:23). 

For the boys, Jarred Simms came in 21st in the 12th grade race (17:08); Gramham Porter, Gramham Porter ran 20:05 in the 10th grade race and Hugo Calixto clocked 21:02 in the 9th grade race.

Boys Beach Volleyball

Dos Pueblos got wins at the No. 2 and 3 positions to go ve the Chargers a 2-1 win in a boys beach volleyball match.

Jan Schmidtchen and Nick Schultz-Clifford swept at the twos while Carver Jensen and Ezekiel Tynes did the same at the threes.

At the No. 1 spot, Kawin Ramko and Wyatt Silver lost 22-20 in overtime in the third game.

Dos Pueblos is 1-1.

Girls Golf

Riley O’Brien shot a 43 to earn medalist honors and lead the San Marcos golf team to a 244-312 non-league win over Buckley on Friday at Sandpiper Golf Course.

Sadi Adams followed O’Brien with a 46.

“Not only were their scores the top two for our team, but they played very well despite some difficult circumstances,” said coach Sarah Ashton. “The final grouping that they played in had a lot of waiting around, but they didn’t let the slow play get to them. They were focused on their own shots and helpful to opponents who were new to the game and course. I was impressed with their poise and maturity.”

San Marcos opens Channel League play Wednesday against Dos Pueblos at Glen Annie Golf Course.

Girls Volleyball

Providence was swept at Santa Maria Valley Christian Academy in a non-league match.

Sophomore middle Olive Leflang bounced a few great attacks and sophomore setter, Rosie Doherty had a nine-point service run.  

“Some great defensive plays and good attitudes kept them going,” said coach Taylor Sliver. “Overall, we got our first road game under our belts and we learned a lot so we can do better next time.”

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