ANAHEIM– The first three Big West Conference quarterfinal games on Friday at Honda Center were decided by a combined seven points. UC Santa Barbara made sure the fourth game didn't have as much drama, posting a 75-53 win over Cal Poly. The Gauchos (23-8) raced out to a convincing 45-18 halftime lead and never looked back as they tied the school record for wins in a season one year after setting a school record for losses in a season with 22.
The defense long poles Kai Sanvictores, Dawson Dewan and Jonathan Oh were the key to the win, said coach Rick Lehman. Mason Zimmerman scored three goals and an assist and Josh Blanchard put in three unassisted goals to lead the Royals. Justin Lehman had two goals and Dayne Dewan added one. Goalie Ryan Lehman allowed only one goal in the second and the San Marcos defense stepped up its play in a 10-7 boys lacrosse win at Santa Monica on Thursday.
San Marcos won seven of nine doubles sets to squeak out a 10-8 non-league boys tennis win over San Luis Obispo on a blustery day at the John Stoney Courts on Friday. The Royals' No. 1 team of Bryan Shott and Alex Stefano swept their three matches, 6-2, 7-5, 6-0, to pace the squad to the victory. San Marcos (2-0) also got good performances from freshmen Alex Wilson and Sam Friedman. They each won two sets each with different partners. Wilson teamed with Ivar Bjork while Sam paired with Jimmy Wimbish.
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Selecting a term
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