Entrants will run on a trail through Elings Park instead of the traditional road raceOne of the oldest running races in the country is going off road this year. The Semana Nautica 15-kilometer road race is moving from the streets of Santa Barbara to the trails of Elings Park on July 4. The race has been part of the Semana Nautica summer sports festival for 63 years. The festival kicked off on Tuesday with an art show at the Cabrillo Arts Pavilion. The show runs through July.
Adam Fogel hit a two-out grand slam in the third inning, powering the San Luis Obispo Blues to a 5-2 victory over the Santa Barbara Foresters in a California Collegiate League baseball game at Pershing Park on Sunday. It was the second straight loss for the Foresters. Fogel’s blast came after the Foresters took a 2-0 on a two-run homer by Chandler Bengston in the second inning. The Blues added a run in the seventh on a homer by Nikolas Pagan.
Goleta Valley South Little League's 11-under All Stars advanced to the championship game of the District 63 Tournament with a 17-3 victory over Santa Paula on Sunday in Ojai. Goleta Valley South turned in some good defensive plays in the mercy-rule win. Braden Becchio and Lance Anderson snuffed out a threat with a double play in the first inning and left fielder Jaden Freking threw out a Santa Paula player trying to stretch a single into a double. Dane Dawson made the tag.
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