Madison Foster had two doubles and three RBIs on Saturday and Isabella Gregson tossed a four-hitter as SBCC cruised past Grossmont 16-1 in a five-inning softball game at the Mt. San Jacinto President’s Day Tournament in Menifee.
Maddie Foster went 3-7 with a triple and four RBIs on Friday and SBCC rallied for a pair of victories on the first day of the Mt. San Jacinto President’s Day Softball Tournament at Wheatfield Park in Menifee.
SBCC canned a season-high 14 3-pointers on Wednesday night but it wasn’t enough to overcome a minus-20 difference in free throws. Moorpark made 24-of-30 from the foul line in the second half of a 90-72 men’s basketball victory at the Sports Pavilion.
SBCC is in sixth place in the fall standings of the 2017-18 CCCAA NATYCAA Cup for athletic supremacy in California. The Vaqueros, led by three women’s teams that made the State Final Four, posted their highest fall total ever with 71.5 points.
Alyssa Russell-Sadoff has been selected as SBCC’s Scholar-Athlete of the Year. The freshman water polo player and swimmer from Agoura High received her award during Monday’s press luncheon of the Santa Barbara Athletic Round Table at Harry’s Plaza Café.
Sarah Parson and Keele Shimizu made a big splash in their collegiate swimming debuts on Friday at the Ventura Aquatic Center with Parson finishing second in the WSC Pentathlon and Shimizu taking third.
Calista Wendell tossed a two-hit shutout on a cold, foggy Friday night at Pershing Park to help SBCC earn a split of its softball games. The Vaqueros blanked Orange Coast 4-0 after falling to El Camino 8-4.