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Bay Area high school football: Friday’s scores, Saturday’s schedule

The second-to-last Friday of Bay Area high school football action before the playoffs had league titles decided and rivalry matchups go down to the wire.If you have not already, please subscribe here for complete digital access to our high school sports coverage all season long.ScoreboardFriday, Oct. 28Bay ValleyAntioch at Freedom, 7 p.m.Liberty 72, Deer Valley 0Pittsburg at He...

The second-to-last Friday of Bay Area high school football action before the playoffs had league titles decided and rivalry matchups go down to the wire.

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Friday, Oct. 28

Bay Valley

Antioch at Freedom, 7 p.m.

Liberty 72, Deer Valley 0

Pittsburg at Heritage, 7 p.m.

DAL Foothill

Acalanes 53, Miramonte 28

Campolindo 42, Las Lomas 21

Northgate 9, Benicia 7

DAL Valley

Alhambra at Ygnacio Valley, 7 p.m.

College Park 54, Mt. Diablo 6

Concord 32, Berean Christian 14

EBAL Mountain

Clayton Valley 55, Monte Vista 6

De La Salle 27, Amador Valley 7

San Ramon Valley 38, California 21

EBAL Valley

Dublin 28, Livermore 21

Foothill 36, Granada 14

MVAL/WACC Foothill

Logan at Bishop O’Dowd, 7 p.m.

San Leandro at Castro Valley, 7 p.m.

Tennyson 36, Encinal 6

MVAL/WACC Mission

Berkeley 53, Mt. Eden 14

Irvington at Hayward, 7 p.m.

Washington-Fremont at Moreau Catholic, 7 p.m.

MVAL/WACC Shoreline

American vs. San Lorenzo at Washington-Fremont, 7 p.m.

Newark Memorial 52, Arroyo 29

Oakland Athletic League

Castlemont at Skyline, 7 p.m.

McClymonds 60, Fremont-Oakland 8

Oakland at Oakland Tech, 7 p.m.

TCAL Rock

El Cerrito 61, De Anza 0

TCAL Stone

Kennedy-Richmond 2, Richmond 0 (forfeit)

St. Patrick-St. Vincent 61, Vallejo 32

BVAL Santa Teresa-Foothill

Branham 36, Piedmont Hills 33

Gilroy at Pioneer, 7 p.m.

Independence at Silver Creek, 7 p.m.

BVAL Santa Teresa-Valley

Leigh 28, Sobrato 13

Gunderson at Overfelt, 7 p.m.

Westmont 57, Prospect 13

PAL/SCVAL De Anza

Los Gatos 56, Mountain View 0

Milpitas at Palo Alto, 7 p.m.

Homestead at Wilcox, 7 p.m.

PAL/SCVAL Bay

Half Moon Bay at Aragon, 7 p.m.

PAL/SCVAL Ocean

Hillsdale at Carlmont, 7 p.m.

San Mateo 42, Capuchino 30

Terra Nova 2, Jefferson 0 (forfeit)

PAL/SCVAL El Camino

King’s Academy 29, Sequoia 14

Cupertino at Los Altos, 7 p.m.

Santa Clara 41, Gunn 0

PAL/SCVAL Lake

Fremont-Sunnyvale 35, Mills 13

Woodside 64, Saratoga 34

West Catholic

Mitty 35, Valley Christian 21

Serra 21, St. Ignatius 7

St. Francis 31, Bellarmine 10

Saturday, Oct. 29

MVAL/WACC Shoreline

Alameda vs. Kennedy-Fremont at Washington-Fremont, 1 p.m.

TCAL Rock

Pinole Valley vs. Bethel at Vallejo, 7:30 p.m.

Hercules at Salesian, 1:30 p.m.

Non-league

Carrillo-Santa Rosa at St. Mary’s-Berkeley, 1 p.m.

PAL/SCVAL Bay

Menlo-Atherton at Sacred Heart Prep, 2 p.m.

PAL/SCVAL Lake

Monta Vista at El Camino, 1 p.m.

West Catholic

Sacred Heart Cathedral at Riordan, 2 p.m.

Thursday, Oct. 27

BVAL Mt. Hamilton

Christopher 38, Oak Grove 0

Lincoln-San Jose 27, Santa Teresa 24

Live Oak 14, Leland 13

BVAL West Valley

Del Mar 50, Evergreen Valley 8

San Jose 52, Yerba Buena 11

Willow Glen 30, Mt. Pleasant 6

PAL/SCVAL Bay

Menlo School 21, Burlingame 7

PAL/SCVAL Lake

South San Francisco 34, Lynbrook 0

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Northern California high school: Top stars, best performances Oct. 13-15

A quick look at some of the top stars and memorable performances from Northern California football games played Oct. 13-15.The biggest on the gridiron came from Edison-Fresno senior quarterback Ya’J Vance, who threw for 499 yards and eight touchdowns in a 58-40 win over Justin Garza.Note: Entries are based on information provided by coaches, statisticians, media members and high school sports fans. Don’t see any details for your team’s game? Email notes and/or stats to mitch@scorebooklive.com....

A quick look at some of the top stars and memorable performances from Northern California football games played Oct. 13-15.

The biggest on the gridiron came from Edison-Fresno senior quarterback Ya’J Vance, who threw for 499 yards and eight touchdowns in a 58-40 win over Justin Garza.

Note: Entries are based on information provided by coaches, statisticians, media members and high school sports fans. Don’t see any details for your team’s game? Email notes and/or stats to mitch@scorebooklive.com.

Top NorCal performances from games, Oct. 13-15

Micah Avery, a running back at Clayton Valley Charter-Concord, rushed for 126 yards and three touchdowns in a 42-28 win over San Ramon Valley-Danville.

Monte Beam, a junior running back for Concord, needed just eight carries to go for 225 yards and two touchdowns in a 54-8 win over Ygnacio Valley-Concord.

Jake Bianchi, a senior quarterback at Menlo School-Atherton, threw for 301 yards and four touchdowns, but his Knights fell 53-42 to Half Moon Bay.

Cooper Bohlig, a senior receiver for Miramonte-Orinda, had five catches for 174 yards and four touchdowns in a 56-28 win over Benicia.

Charles Brown, an Antioch senior running back, rushed 22 times for 202 yards and two touchdowns and added two catches for 41 yards in a 23-14 home win over Heritage-Brentwood.

Asante Carter, a junior tailback at St. Mary’s-Stockton, rushed 17 times for 100 yards and five touchdowns in a 63-33 win over Tracy.

Zayden Crockett, a tailback for De Anza-Richmond, rushed for 195 yards and three touchdowns in a 46-13 win over Salesian-Richmond.

Chris Dodson, a 5-11, 170-pound senior cornerback, receiver and kicker for Elk Grove, had three interceptions, two returned for touchdowns, in a 62-8 win over Pleasant Grove. Dodson also booted six extra points.

Arthur Draeger, a senior running back/defensive back for Liberty Ranch-Galt, rushed for 248 yards and four touchdowns in a 42-14 win over Bradshaw Christian-Sacramento.

Luke Duncan, a senior quarterback at Miramonte headed for UCLA, completed 12 of 19 passes for 289 yrds and five touchdowns in a 56-28 win over Benicia.

Ryan Given, a 5-11, 225-pound senior defensive end and guard for Pioneer-San Jose, had 13 tackles (10 solo) in a 21-14 win over Piedmont Hills-San Jose.

Ty Grigsby, a senior running back for East Nicolaus, rushed 17 times for 230 yards and five touchdowns in a 54-28 win at Winters.

Johnathan Guerrero, a senior receiver-defensive back at De La Salle-Concord, caught five passes for 104 yards and one touchdowns and intercepted a pass in a 41-7 win over California-San Ramon.

Dhiraj Gurung, a running back for Washington-San Francisco, accounted for 273 total yards on just nine touches and intercepted three, while scoring three touchdowns, in a 52-34 win over Lowell.

Sawyer Hokanson, a junior quarterback at University Prep, completed 9 of 12 passes for 201 yards and four touchdowns to four different receivers in a 38-0 win at Anderson.

Matt Kinoshita, a senior running back for Pleasant Valley-Chico, led a 28-0 charge and 28-14 win over arch-rival Chico in the Almond Bowl, with 17 carries for 143 yards and two touchdowns.

Jacob Lang, a 5-9, 180-pound senior running back at Westmont-Campbell, rushed 20 times for 233 yards and four touchdowns, in a 42-17 win over Leigh-San Jose. One of his runs was a 97-yard TD. For the season, Lang has carried just 89 times for 958 yards (10.8 per carry) and 12 TDs.

Andre Latimore, a junior quarterback for Del Mar-San Jose, needed just seven carries to rush for 162 yards and four touchdowns in a 50-0 win over Yerba Buena.

Jesiah Machado, a senior quarterback at Sheldon-Sacramento, completed 17 of 23 for 396 yards and six touchdowns in a 38-17 win at Davis.

Austin Mack, Folsom’s junior quarterback, completed 28 of 42 for 399 yards and five touchdowns in a 34-7 win over Del Oro.

Anthony Mahaffey, a senior quarterback at El Dorado-Placerville, completed 19 of 27 passes for 248 yards and added a rushing TD in a 56-0 win over Galt.

Gabe Martinez, a quarterback for Overfelt-San Jose, completed 8 of 9 passes for 345 yards and four touchdowns in a 43-0 win over Prospect.

Caleb Matthews, a sophomore quarterback at Justin Garza-Fresno, threw for 301 yards and four touchdowns and rushed for another score, in a 58-40 loss to Edison-Fresno.

Caden Muir, a senior quarterback for Hanford, completed 18 of 22 passes for for 309 yards and four touchdowns (QB rating of 161.9) in a 56-0 win over Tulare Western.

Scott Nixon, a senior receiver at Sheldon, had 10 catches for 303 yards and four touchdowns, and added 50 yards rushing, in a 38-17 win at Davis.

Dacen Pritchard, a senior running back for Aptos, rushed 17 times for 205 yards and three touchdowns in a 44-41 win over previously unbeaten Salinas.

Niall Raby, a senior running back for West Valley-Cottonwood, rushed 20 times for 123 yards and four touchdowns in a 48-7 win over Lassen.

Brandon Ramirez, a senior running back and safety for San Joaquin Memorial-Fresno, needed just six carries to rush for 200 yards and five touchdowns in a 56-0 win over Bullard. The Fresno State-bound athlete has rushed just 10 times for 341 yards and eight TDs in two games.

Jaden Rashada, Pittsburg’s senior quarterback, accounted for four touchdowns in a 51-0 win over Deer Valley-Antioch.

Michael Runnels, a senior running back at Buchanan-Clovis, rushed 18 times for 195 yards and three touchdowns in a 45-24 win over Clovis.

Adam Shaffer, a 6-2, 212-pound senior quarterback for Salinas, threw for 333 yards and three touchdowns and rushed 19 times for 94 yards and two more scores in a 44-41 loss to Aptos.

Onterrio Smith Jr., a senior wide receiver at Folsom, had nine catches for 239 yards and a touchdown in a 34-7 win over Del Oro-Loomis.

Conner Stoddard, a senior quarterback for unbeaten Downey-Modesto (8-0), passed for 387 yards and six touchdowns in a 49-13 win over Enochs-Modesto.

Jaden Suggs, a running back for unbeaten Placer-Auburn (8-0), rushed 23 times for 235 yards and four touchdowns in a 63-32 win over Nevada Union-Grass Valley.

Evan Usher, a 6-1, 180-pound sophomore running back at Woodside, rushed 17 times for 226 yards including a 96-yard touchdown in a 34-27 win over Fremont-Sunnyvale. In just 84 carries, Usher has 840 yards and 11 TDs.

Ya’J Vance, a senior quarterback at Edison-Fresno, threw for 499 yards and eight touchdowns in a 58-40 win over Justin Garza.

Dashiell Weaver, a senior quarterback at Campolindo-Moraga, accounted for all four touchdowns while completing 24 of 33 passes for 269 yards in a 27-24 win over Acalanes in a showdown between unbeaten teams.

Tanner Wilson, a sophomore quarterback at Sunnyside-Fresno, accounted for more than 500 yards and six touchdowns in a 48-35 win over Torres. Wilson completed 21 of 27 for 350 yards and four TDs, and rushed 12 times for 156 yards and two more scores. He leads the Central Section with 2,801 passing yards and 32 touchdowns.

SBLive's North Coast Section Fab 15 football rankings: Tennyson, St. Vincent join the fray

With two weeks remaining in the regular season, North Coast Section's elite football teams are flexing its strength.The top 11 in the SBLive Fab 15 rankings remained in place with largely lopsided wins, including victories by a combined score of 212-31 among the top six teams. That included a 2-0 forfeit win by No. 4 El Cerrito over Hercules.Two first-time teams entered the fray this week, No. 14 Tennyson-Hayward which defeated previous No. 13 James Logan-Union City decisively 26-6, and No. 15 St. Vincent de Paul-Petaluma, whic...

With two weeks remaining in the regular season, North Coast Section's elite football teams are flexing its strength.

The top 11 in the SBLive Fab 15 rankings remained in place with largely lopsided wins, including victories by a combined score of 212-31 among the top six teams. That included a 2-0 forfeit win by No. 4 El Cerrito over Hercules.

Two first-time teams entered the fray this week, No. 14 Tennyson-Hayward which defeated previous No. 13 James Logan-Union City decisively 26-6, and No. 15 St. Vincent de Paul-Petaluma, which won its eighth straight game without a loss 42-12 over Ukiah.

The Mustangs have outscored opponents 317-105 and with upcoming opponents Healdsburg and Maria Carrillo a combined 4-12, there's a good chance they'll enter postseason undefeated.

A pair of TCAL-Stone teams, St. Mary's-Albany and St. Patrick-St. Vincent-Vallejo, are on the bubble and a combined 15-0. Those teams are set to face off Week 10.

NCS Fab 15 football rankings (records thru Oct. 15)

1. Pittsburg (7-1 record)Last week: No. 1Last game: Beat Freedom-Oakley 62-0Next game: Friday at Heritage (5-3)

2. De La Salle-Concord (5-3)Last week: No. 2Last game: Beat Monte Vista-Danville 41-3Next game: Friday at Amador Valley (3-5)

3. Marin Catholic-Kentfield (7-0)Last week: No. 3Last game: Beat Redwood-Larkspur 37-7Next game: Friday at San Rafael (4-4)

4. El Cerrito (8-0)Last week: No. 4Last game: Beat Hercules 2-0 (forfeit)Next game: Friday at De Anza-Richmond (5-3)

5. Campolindo-Moraga (8-0)Last week: No. 5Last game: Beat Northgate-Walnut Creek 50-7Next game: Friday vs. Las Lomas-Walnut Creek (4-4)

6. Clayton Valley Charter-Concord (5-3)Last week: No. 6Last game: Beat California-San Ramon 49-14Next game: Friday at Monte Vista (3-5)

7. San Ramon Valley-Danville (6-2)Last week: No. 7Last game: Beat Amador Valley 24-14Next game: Friday vs. California (5-3)

8. Acalanes-Lafayette (7-1)Last week: 8Last game: Beat Benicia 48-7Next game: Friday vs. Miramonte-Orinda (6-2)

9.San Marin-Novato (7-1)Last week: No. 9Last game: Beat Tamalpais-Mill Valley 17-7Next game: Friday at Novato (4-4)

10. Windsor (6-2)Last week: 10Last game: Beat Montgomery-Santa Rosa 35-0Next game: Friday at Analy-Sebastopol (4-4)0

11. Rancho Cotate-Rohnert Park (6-2)Last week: No. 11Last game: Beat Cardinal Newman-Santa Rosa 27-0Next game: Friday vs. Montgomery (3-4)

12. Liberty-Brentwood (5-3)Last week: HMLast game: Beat Antioch 35-6Next game: Friday vs. Deer Valley (0-8)

13. California-San Ramon (5-3)Last week: No. 12Last game; Lost to Clayton Valley Charter 49-14Next game: Friday at San Ramon Valley (6-2)

14. Tennyson-Hayward (6-2)Last week: HMLast game: Beat James Logan-Union City 26-6Next game: Friday at Encinal-Alameda (1-7)

15. St. Vincent de Paul-Petaluma (8-0)Last week: HMLast game: Beat Ukiah 42-14Next game: Friday vs Healdsburg (0-8)

On the bubble: Del Norte-Crescent City (6-1), Foothill-Pleasanton (5-4), Heritage-Brentwood (6-2), Livermore 7-1, St. Mary's-Albany (8-0), St. Patrick-St. Vincent-Vallejo) (7-0).,

Though many games were lopsided, there were numerous big individual performances that highlighted section play. Among them:

Sunnyside sophomore Tanner Wilson is SBLive's Northern California Athlete of the Week (Oct. 13-15)

Tanner Wilson is having a monster sophomore football season.The quarterback from Sunnyside-Fresno has thrown for more than 2,800 yards and 32 touchdowns in his first eight games.On Oct. 15 he accounted for more than 500 yards and six touchdown in a 48-35 win over Torres. He completed 21 of 27 for 350 yards and four TDs and rushed 12 times for a career-high 156 yards and two more scores.That earned him a spot on the SBLive Performance List.Then he went out and accumulated more big numbers on the voting front to ear...

Tanner Wilson is having a monster sophomore football season.

The quarterback from Sunnyside-Fresno has thrown for more than 2,800 yards and 32 touchdowns in his first eight games.

On Oct. 15 he accounted for more than 500 yards and six touchdown in a 48-35 win over Torres. He completed 21 of 27 for 350 yards and four TDs and rushed 12 times for a career-high 156 yards and two more scores.

That earned him a spot on the SBLive Performance List.

Then he went out and accumulated more big numbers on the voting front to earn the SBLive Northern California Athlete of the Week for games played Oct. 13-15.

Wilson accumulated more than 60 percent of the vote to edge Caden Muir, of Hanford, who picked up more than 38 percent of the vote. Nearly 40 candidates with huge numbers on the field made the list.

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Here are the other athletes who were nominated for the week of Oct. 13-15:

Charles Brown, an Antioch senior running back, rushed 22 times for 202 yards and two touchdowns and added two catches for 41 yards in a 23-14 home win over Heritage-Brentwood.

Asante Carter, a junior tailback at St. Mary’s-Stockton, rushed 17 times for 100 yards and five touchdowns in a 63-33 win over Tracy.

Zayden Crockett, a tailback for De Anza-Richmond, rushed for 195 yards and three touchdowns in a 46-13 win over Salesian-Richmond.

Chris Dodson, a 5-11, 170-pound senior cornerback, receiver and kicker for Elk Grove, had three interceptions, two returned for touchdowns, in a 62-8 win over Pleasant Grove. Dodson also booted six extra points.

Arthur Draeger, a senior running back/defensive back for Liberty Ranch-Galt, rushed for 248 yards and four touchdowns in a 42-14 win over Bradshaw Christian-Sacramento.

Luke Duncan, a senior quarterback at Miramonte headed for UCLA, completed 12 of 19 passes for 289 yrds and five touchdowns in a 56-28 win over Benicia.

Ryan Given, a 5-11, 225-pound senior defensive end and guard for Pioneer-San Jose, had 13 tackles (10 solo) in a 21-14 win over Piedmont Hills-San Jose.

Ty Grigsby, a senior running back for East Nicolaus, rushed 17 times for 230 yards and five touchdowns in a 54-28 win at Winters.

Johnathan Guerrero, a senior receiver-defensive back at De La Salle-Concord, caught five passes for 104 yards and one touchdowns and intercepted a pass in a 41-7 win over California-San Ramon.

Dhiraj Gurung, a running back for Washington-San Francisco, accounted for 273 total yards on just nine touches and intercepted three, while scoring three touchdowns, in a 52-34 win over Lowell.

Sawyer Hokanson, a junior quarterback at University Prep, completed 9 of 12 passes for 201 yards and four touchdowns to four different receivers in a 38-0 win at Anderson.

Matt Kinoshita, a senior running back for Pleasant Valley-Chico, led a 28-0 charge and 28-14 win over arch-rival Chico in the Almond Bowl, with 17 carries for 143 yards and two touchdowns.

Jacob Lang, a 5-9, 180-pound senior running back at Westmont-Campbell, rushed 20 times for 233 yards and four touchdowns, in a 42-17 win over Leigh-San Jose. One of his runs was a 97-yard TD. For the season, Lang has carried just 89 times for 958 yards (10.8 per carry) and 12 TDs.

Andre Latimore, a junior quarterback for Del Mar-San Jose, needed just seven carries to rush for 162 yards and four touchdowns in a 50-0 win over Yerba Buena.

Jesiah Machado, a senior quarterback at Sheldon-Sacramento, completed 17 of 23 for 396 yards and six touchdowns in a 38-17 win at Davis.

Austin Mack, Folsom’s junior quarterback, completed 28 of 42 for 399 yards and five touchdowns in a 34-7 win over Del Oro.

Anthony Mahaffey, a senior quarterback at El Dorado-Placerville, completed 19 of 27 passes for 248 yards and added a rushing TD in a 56-0 win over Galt.

Gabe Martinez, a quarterback for Overfelt-San Jose, completed 8 of 9 passes for 345 yards and four touchdowns in a 43-0 win over Prospect.

Caleb Matthews, a sophomore quarterback at Justin Garza-Fresno, threw for 301 yards and four touchdowns and rushed for another score, in a 58-40 loss to Edison-Fresno.

Caden Muir, a senior quarterback for Hanford, completed 18 of 22 passes for for 309 yards and four touchdowns (QB rating of 161.9) in a 56-0 win over Tulare Western.

Scott Nixon, a senior receiver at Sheldon, had 10 catches for 303 yards and four touchdowns, and added 50 yards rushing, in a 38-17 win at Davis.

Dacen Pritchard, a senior running back for Aptos, rushed 17 times for 205 yards and three touchdowns in a 44-41 win over previously unbeaten Salinas.Niall Raby, a senior running back for West Valley-Cottonwood, rushed 20 times for 123 yards and four touchdowns in a 48-7 win over Lassen.

Brandon Ramirez, a senior running back and safety for San Joaquin Memorial-Fresno, needed just six carries to rush for 200 yards and five touchdowns in a 56-0 win over Bullard. The Fresno State-bound athlete has rushed just 10 times for 341 yards and eight TDs in two games.

Jaden Rashada, Pittsburg’s senior quarterback, accounted for four touchdowns in a 51-0 win over Deer Valley-Antioch.

Michael Runnels, a senior running back at Buchanan-Clovis, rushed 18 times for 195 yards and three touchdowns in a 45-24 win over Clovis.

Adam Shaffer, a 6-2, 212-pound senior quarterback for Salinas, threw for 333 yards and three touchdowns and rushed 19 times for 94 yards and two more scores in a 44-41 loss to Aptos.

Onterrio Smith Jr., a senior wide receiver at Folsom, had nine catches for 239 yards and a touchdown in a 34-7 win over Del Oro-Loomis.

Conner Stoddard, a senior quarterback for unbeaten Downey-Modesto (8-0), passed for 387 yards and six touchdowns in a 49-13 win over Enochs-Modesto.

Jaden Suggs, a running back for unbeaten Placer-Auburn (8-0), rushed 23 times for 235 yards and four touchdowns in a 63-32 win over Nevada Union-Grass Valley.

Evan Usher, a 6-1, 180-pound sophomore running back at Woodside, rushed 17 times for 226 yards including a 96-yard touchdown in a 34-27 win over Fremont-Sunnyvale. In just 84 carries, Usher has 840 yards and 11 TDs.

Ya’J Vance, a senior quarterback at Edison-Fresno, threw for 499 yards and eight touchdowns in a 58-40 win over Justin Garza.

Dashiell Weaver, a senior quarterback at Campolindo-Moraga, accounted for all four touchdowns while completing 24 of 33 passes for 269 yards in a 27-24 win over Acalanes in a showdown between unbeaten teams.

Waves Narrowly Defeated at Cal Poly

SAN LUIS OBISPO, California – The Pepperdine women's swim and dive program finished a grueling three-week stretch with a tight dual as Cal Poly took down the Waves 153.5-145.5 on Saturday afternoon at the Anderson Aquatic Center.MEET RECAPCharli Sunahara (Chino, Calif./Ruben S. Ayala HS), the defending Pacific Collegiate Swim Conference swimmer of the week, won two events to ...

SAN LUIS OBISPO, California – The Pepperdine women's swim and dive program finished a grueling three-week stretch with a tight dual as Cal Poly took down the Waves 153.5-145.5 on Saturday afternoon at the Anderson Aquatic Center.

MEET RECAP

Charli Sunahara (Chino, Calif./Ruben S. Ayala HS), the defending Pacific Collegiate Swim Conference swimmer of the week, won two events to lead the Waves on Saturday. Her first victory came in the 100 breast with a time of 1:07.88. Then, she won the 200 breast in 2:26.38. This was the second win for the freshman in the 100 breast this season and third title in the 200 breast.

Jessica Calderoni (Los Altos, Calif./Sacred Heart Preparatory) earned a victory in the 200 fly for the third time this season, winning it Saturday in 2:11.93. In the 200 back, Kylie Taylor (Eugene, Ore./Churchill HS) continued her strong backstroke prowess with a first-place showing of 2:08.04. The Waves' 400 free relay team of Lindsay Hemming (Orinda, Calif./Miramonte HS), Lexi Haymart (El Dorado Hills, Calif./Ponderosa HS), Alexandra Browne (Arlington, Va./Washington-Liberty HS) and Anna Ryan (Alamo, Calif./Monte Vista HS) won with a 3:34.26 time.

Pepperdine found success in diving, too. Ava Langheim (St. Louis, Mo./Whitfield School) won the 3-meter competition with a score of 248.55, while Vivian Vallely (Newport Beach, Calif./Newport Harbor HS) narrowly missed the school record of 267.53 in the 1-meter event with a score of 264.80.

Along with the six first-place finishes, Pepperdine had eight second-place results.

QUOTABLE

Head coach Ellie Monobe said: "I was very pleased with the Waves today. Coming off of a tough dual with San Jose State less than 24 hours ago, our women handled the pressure tremendously. To be able to put together two meets back-to-back after three weeks of racing shows our team's grit and gives us confidence going into our mid-season meet in November."

NEXT UP

Pepperdine has a bye week before returning to Malibu for its final home events of the fall. The Waves host Loyola Marymount on Friday, November 4 at 11 a.m. The next day, the Waves will host UC Santa Barbara and UC San Diego in a double dual, also at 11 a.m.

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