Weekend Photo Gallery

It was a memorable weekend for many in the local sports community, so here is a collection of photos highlighting the weekend’s most memorable moments…

Former San Marcos coaches gathered at the Royals baseball game on Friday to see the dedication ceremony for Joe Mueller Field. Pictured from L to R: Dave Mead, Moe Claydon, Maury Halleck, Joe Mueller, Bob Archer

Mueller throws out the first pitch before the Royals' game at the freshly dedicated Joe Mueller Field.

Collin Dewell rips a run-scoring single to add to the Dons' score on Friday. The Dons start the season ranked No. 2 in Division II and won their first two games of the season over the weekend. Dewell added a home run on Saturday.

Varsity boys off of the starting block in the 4x100 breast stroke at the Channel League Relays on Friday at Santa Barbara High School. The spring swim season is off and away!!

Gavin Trudeau puts up a set for the Dons on Friday night in a match against No. 2 Mira Costa.

Carpinteria Warrior fans were out in force in Downey on Saturday to support the boys soccer team in the Division V Championship game against Baldwin Park.

Carpinteria's Ismael Soriano and Baldwin Park's Alex Cerritos go up for a header in Saturday's CIF Championship.

Birmingham's Marti Sementelli pitched a complete game against San Marcos in a game that was believed to be the first in California between two female pitchers

Ghazaleh Sailors runs off the mound after inducing a first-inning out that completed a 1-2-3 inning for the Royals. Sailors lasted 3 1/3 innings and struck out two.

Cate's Teddy Mauze, center, scored three goals in Cate's CIF Division VII title game, leading the Rams to a 3-1 victory.

Bishop Diego and Valley Torah tip-off at Mater Dei High School on Saturday night in the CIF Division VI-AA final. It was Bishop Diego's first-ever CIF finals berth in boys basketball. (John Robitaille Photo)

UCSB's Mekia Valentine was downright dominant for the Gauchos on Saturday in San Luis Obispo. Valentine posted totals of 27 points, 20 rebounds, and five blocks to lead the Gauchos to a share of the Big West Conference regular-season title. (File Photo)

Sanford Spivey watches his header cross the goal line to tie the score late in Monday's SoCal Regional win for Santa Barbara's boys soccer team. The Dons came up just short of winning back-to-back CIF titles on Saturday.

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