28 Mar 19
A statement was made Wednesday in the pool as the Stevenson boys swimming team went out and defeated perennial power Carmel 105-80.
Patrick Powers was a double event winner for the Pirates, leading a sweep in the 50 free. He also won the 100 free and swam legs on two Central Coast Section qualifying relay teams.
Adrian Jin captured the 100 breast and also swam legs on Stevenson’s winning 200 and 400 free relay teams.
Harrison Hong and Kai Garren were both double event winners for Carmel, with Hong capturing the 200 IM and 100 back, and Garren winning the 200 free and 500 free.
Carmel 108, Stevenson 77: Erin Trotter won the 200 free and 50 free while Megan Kou captured the 100 fly and 100 back in the Padres win over Stevenson.
Cassidy Nalwasky claimed the 100 free for Stevenson while Hailey Fannin won the diving competition.
Palma 87, Alvarez 41: Micah Olivas, Moises Benito and Daniel Cabrera were all multiple event winners as the Chieftains improved to 5-0 in the Gabilan Division.
Olivas won the 100, 200 and long jump for Palma while Benito captured the 800 and 3,200 and Cabrera the shot put and discus.
Notre Dame 66, Alvarez 61: Nora Rawson was a triple event winner for the third time this spring, capturing the 100, 200 and long jump in the Spirits’ narrow win.
Emily Wooler won the high jump and triple jump for Notre Dame, which improved to 3-2.
Greenfield 3, Gonzales 2: Augustin Pantoja outdueled Isaiah Banuelos, pitching Greenfield past the Spartans.
Jaime Soto had two hits and drove in a pair of runs for the Bruins with Oscar Villagomez knocking in the other.
Michael Duby had a pair of hits for Gonzales.
Stevenson 12, Seaside 6: Jackson Figge tossed four hitless innings of relief as the Pirates have won two of their last three games in the Cypress Division.
Tyler Garrett and Alec Romans each had two hits for Stevenson while Skye Franklin drove in three runs.
Stevenson 13, Santa Catalina 11: Freshman Rhea Cosand scored seven goals and had six draw controls in the Pirates win.
Gabby Torres added three goals for Stevenson while Grace Hurley finished with two and Isabela Ramirez one.
Issy Brooker produced four goals for Santa Catalina while Ginny McNamara and Emma Underdown each finished with three goals and Sarah Scheetz one goal and 13 ground balls. Cailin Templeman recorded 12 saves.
Carmel 17, Scotts Valley 1: Dakota Mornhinweg scored six goals and added two assists in the Padres’ rout.
Luke Melcher added five goals and three assists for Carmel while Spencer White tallied three goals and Jake Casper two.
Stevenson 9, Pacific Grove 8: The Pirates rallied from a two-goal halftime deficit, using a goal from Michael Barbera in the final minute to defeat rival Pacific Grove.
Hayden Roth led Stevenson with three goals and one assist. Tyler Olson and Devang Patel each had two goals. Goalie Chase Robbins compiled two big saves in the final minute
Caleb Torres scored four goals for Pacific Grove while Parker McAnally added three. Jake Jansen tallied one goal while Chase Podell recorded 15 saves in goal.
Stevenson 4, Alvarez 3: The Eagles bid to upset Stevenson for the first time in school history fell short, falling by a set.
Adam Hidas, Peter Akcan and Logan Eckert were all singles winners for the defending league champions Pirates while Thang Tran-Williams McMillan won their doubles match.
York 7, Gonzales 0: Alex Warzycki, Alex Shi, Winston Chu and Chris Hein were all singles winners in the Falcons’ sweep.
Luke Rosenblum-Luke Song, Arnold Fleshman-David Lin and Alex Lin-Tommy Hall swept the doubles matches for York.
Soledad 19, Seaside 0: Faith Gonzales tossed a one-hitter, striking out five in the Aztecs win over Seaside.
Lailah Sanchez hit two homers and drove in seven runs for Soledad. Celeste Parra added three hits and a pair of runs batted in while Skylah Fregoso and Jennifer Garcia each had three hits.
Women’s water polo
UC Davis 18, CSUMB 9: The No. 11th ranked Aggies jumped out early on CSUMB in coasting to a win.
Marisa Lovos recorded her fourth hat trick of the season for the Otters, producing four goals. Olivia Centis scored in her seventh straight game for CSUMB (7-12).
Shelby Stephens was credited with nine saves in the cage for the Otters, moving her to No. 5 all-time in career saves with 296.
Alisal 3, Soledad 0: The Trojans remained undefeated in the Mission Division after a 25-11, 25-14, 25-11 win over Soledad.
Johnny Gonzales recorded 10 kills, 35 digs and four aces for Alisal while Israel Baloca compiled 32 assists.