SANTA BARBARA, Calif. - Local Sports Roundup for Saturday, November 11, 2017.
Watch highlights of UCSB, DP water polo, Hancock and Cal Poly football. (Anchor Mike Klan barely has a voice in these clips, sorry).
Joe Pasternack wins in his UCSB debut as head coach as the Gauchos routed North Dakota State 85-66.
Sophomore Max Heidegger made eight 3-pters and finished with a game-high 33 points while Leland King added 23 points and a game-high 9 rebounds.
The Gauchos played without senior Marcus Jackson who has a hip injury but senior Gabe Vincent made his return following ACL surgery in February. Vincent scored seven points and dished out a career-high eight assists.
Dos Pueblos High School boys water polo lost in the CIF Division 3 finals to La Serna 9-7.
The Chargers fell behind early 4-0 but tied the game late in the third period 6-6.
DP got two goals from Ethan Parrish, Sammy Arshadi and Kyle Faison as they finish D3 runner-up with a 25-8 record.
Hancock College won the American Pacific League title with a 29-24 home victory over Citrus.
Jimmy Kelleher threw two touchdown passes as the Bulldogs give head coach Kris Dutra his 100th career victory.
Hancock is ranked No. 20 in the state and will find out on Sunday, November 12 which bowl game they will participate in which will be their first since 2011.
Hancock is 8-2 as they win their first outright conference title since 1997.
Santa Barbara City College shutout L.A. Valley 14-0 as the Vaqueros finish the season 4-6.
Cal Poly ended their home football schedule with a lopsided 49-14 loss to Sacramento State.
The Mustangs fall to 1-9 on the year and will finish their dismal season at Northern Colorado on November 18.
8-Man football quarterfinals:
Cate of Carpinteria lost 38-19 to Mojave
Villanova Prep of Ojai defeated Windward 56-43.
Westmont women's volleyball won the GSAC Tournament championship defeating Vanguard in five sets. They earn an automatic berth into the upcoming NAIA National Tournament.
Westmont men's soccer won the GSAC Tournament championship defeating Hope International 2-1. The Warriors earn an automatic berth into the upcoming NAIA National Championship.