Lompoc's track program was at less than 100 percent Wednesday, but its boys and girls track teams had more than enough to sweep a Los Padres League double dual meet on a rainy Wednesday.The Braves' boys and girls squads handily defeated Nipomo and Santa Maria teams at Santa Maria. The Lompoc boys beat Santa Maria 103-33 and Nipomo 99.66-36.33. The Lompoc girls defeated Santa Maria 85-28 and Nipomo 80-53.Nipomo's boys and girls went 1-1 on the day.
Righetti High School graduate Tony Payne is the school's new football coach.The Santa Maria Joint Unified School District issued a news release Tuesday morning announcing Payne's hiring, Payne told the Times in a telephone interview that night that he found out Monday evening that he is his alma mater's new football coach. "It's a dream come true. Absolutely. I'm excited," said Payne. Payne graduated from Righetti in 1995.
Tuesday rainouts caused re-scheduling for several Central Coast sports events that had been set for that day.Most of the re-scheduling was for boys tennis events. Here is a breakdown of re-scheduling of events, by sport.Boys tennis San Luis Obispo at Pioneer Valley; Monday, 3:30 p.m. Morro Bay at Cabrillo; Monday, 3:30 p.m. Orcutt Academy vs. Santa Maria; either Wednesday, 3:30 p.m. or Friday, 3:30 p.m., at the Minami Center.
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