The first big challenge in the Los Padres League for the Cabrillo girls basketball team arrived in Vandenberg Village clad in green and white – jumping out to an early 6-1 lead to stun the Conquistadores.But the Conqs got the Templeton Eagles to play catch-up the whole night with their up-tempo offense and fierce defense, going on an astonishing 21-0 run to spearhead the 54-30 rout of THS on Tuesday night in a key LPL battle.Both teams not only arrived at Cabrillo equipped with a 4-0 record...
On West College Avenue in the City of Arts and Flowers, the Lompoc Braves soccer teams know all roads to the Los Padres League title go through Santa Ynez.It’s vice versa, though, for Pirates.
The race to the Los Padres League girls soccer title now has Lompoc High in the mix.The Braves improved to 4-0 in league games after holding off city rival Cabrillo 3-1 on Friday at Huyck Stadium – in a makeup contest originally scheduled for Tuesday but was pushed to a later date due to the recent storm.The win now sets up a huge first place showdown on Tuesday at Huyck between LPL unbeaten Lompoc and the Santa Ynez Pirates – currently 4-0 in LPL games and the defending league champions.
I usually post local stuff on this Twitter handle, but long before I became an employee of the SM Times, I met a young Tyler Hilinski during a tournament in Fullerton. He seemed real ecstatic about his commitment to Wash. St. Today's tragedy is too sad. RIP.
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