It's three days of high school football this week, cross-town matches in boys water polo, girls volleyball, girls golf and tennis, and the start of Big West play for the UCSB soccer teams. Dos Pueblos tries to extend its football winning streak to five games in a Thursday night game against Hueneme at Scott O'Leary Stadium. On Friday night, Bishop Diego returns home after four road games and plays rival Carpinteria at La Playa Stadium.
Laguna Blanca took down a top-5 team from a higher CIF-SS division to win Cate's Mesa Mixer girls volleyball tournament on Saturday. The Owls beat Oaks Christian, the No. 4 team in Division 4, in three sets, 25-15, 16-25, 15-13. The Owls, fourth ranked in Division 5, also beat the Lions in three sets in round-robin pool play. They beat Cate (25-8 18-25, 15-4) and Pacifica Christian (25-11, 25-17) to go undefeated. "It was another good tournament for our team," assistant coach Kat Niksto said.
The No. 7 UCSB men's water polo team finished play in the Mountain Pacific Invitational with a 12-9 win over No. 9 UC Davis at Burns Recreation Center in Los Angeles. Two quick goals from sophomores Adam Lott and Brannan Haket gave UCSB an early lead. The Aggies were within one for much of the second quarter, but unanswered goals from Reed Cotterill and Haket gave the Gauchos a 7-4 lead going into halftime.
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