Camryn Rocha and Jolie Samuelson combined for 26 kills in Cabrillo College’s 29-27, 25-15, 25-21 sweep of City College of San Francisco on Friday in Coast Conference North division action on the road.

Samuelson also made eight digs and served up two aces. Bella Bress tallied 38 assists, six digs and four kills, while Alyssa Nelson and Melissa McPherson each had 10 digs. Nelson added four assists and two aces to her line.

Cabrillo (19-1, 6-0) travels to play the College of San Mateo on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m.



• Aptos splits two games – The Aptos High Mariners opened up the Presentation Varsity Challenge with a 10-5 win over Carlmont High and closed with an 8-4 loss to host Presentation on Saturday in San Jose.

In the win against Carlmont, Jordan Wagner had four goals, one assist and four steals, while Kristen Malone added two goals, thee assists and seven steals. Skylar Poulos chimed in with two goals, two assists and two steals.

In the loss to Presentation, Malone had two goals, two assists and five steals. Wagner and Poulos each scored once and made an assist.



• Zlatunich wins Invite – Aptos High senior Marea Zlatunich won the Soquel High “Ken Thomas” Invitational on Saturday afternoon, pacing the Mariners to a second place finish as a team.

Zlatunich completed the 2.8-mile course in 16 minutes, 7 seconds. Freshman Susana Etrada followed closely in fourth place (17:06). Aptos’ Ruth Conneely (13th, 18:13), Annika Niles (14th, 18:28) and Kailea Zlatunich (17th, 18:52) also scored.

Santa Cruz High won the meet, edging Aptos by three points.

St. Francis High junior Riley Croghan (25th, 19:14) was the Sharks’ top finisher. St. Francis finished seventh as a team.



• Benitez takes 2nd – Aptos High senior Jorge Benitez finished second at the Soquel High “Ken Thomas” Invitational on Saturday, racing to a time of 14 minutes, 42 seconds on the 2.8-mile course in Soquel.

Aptos senior Jackson Schenone was fourth (14:54) and freshman Ben Laughlin (23rd, 16:02) also raced for the Mariners.

St. Francis High senior James T. Young was 33rd (16:43). He was the top runner for the Sharks, who also had junior Frank Song (53rd, 18:42) competing.



• Warriors release camp roster – The Santa Cruz Warriors released their official training camp roster on Sunday.

Two-way players Quinn Cook and Chris Boucher headlined the Warriors’ talented 15-man roster, which also includes four returning rights players, four NBA affiliate players, three players from local tryouts and two draft picks from Saturday’s G League Draft.

Forwards Cleanthony Early, Damion Lee and James Southerland and guard Alex Hamilton are all back from last year’s team, which finished 31-19 and returned to the playoffs a year after missing the postseason.

Guards Antonius Cleveland and Michael Gbinije, forward Georges Niang and center Trevor Thompson landed on the training camp roster as affiliate players.

Guards Kelvin Lewis and Dennis Mavin and center Zeke Marshall all earned a spot on the roster at a local tryout.

Guard Avry Holmes and forward Najeal Young filled out the remaining spots after being drafted on Saturday in the third and fourth rounds, respectively.

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