Lompoc High baseball alumni game scheduled
The Lompoc High alumni baseball game is scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 16 at Dan Bodary Field at LHS.
Batting practice is scheduled for 11 a.m., with a barbecue at 12 p.m. and first pitch for the alumni game at 2 p.m.
Hancock track and field clinic
Hancock College will host a track and field clinic for athletes and coaches Saturday, Feb. 16 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the Hancock track.
The cost is $10.
Instruction will focus on starting blocks, hurdles, the high jump, the pole vault, the sprints, distance running, the long jump, the shot put, the discus and relays.
Participants can register at 9 a.m. at the Hancock track the day of the clinic. For more information, contact Hancock track coach Louie Quintana at 805-705-3299.
Run For God 5K Challenge
A free 12-week series of running and walking classes that prepares contestants for a 5K race begins on Feb. 16.
The series offers tips for all skill levels, whether they are first-time walkers or experienced runners.
There are two sessions that run from Feb. 16 to May 18. A beginner class from 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. on Saturdays and an experienced class from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m.
The classes meet at The Harbor Church, located at 751 E. Foster Road in Orcutt and is for ages 10-and-up.
The classes are free, though books and T-shirts are optional to purchase.
The class also features a graduation day with the Bull Canyon Run on May 18.
For more information, call David Dantzer at (805) 937-0213.
Cabrillo coaching openings
Cabrillo High School has openings for assistant track and field coaches for the spring season.
All interested candidates should contact the Cabrillo High School Athletics Department to pick up an application. Coaching experience at the high school level is recommended but not required. Contact Dan Troup at 805-742-2903, or email him at email@example.com.
Los Angeles Brentwood School 67, Lompoc 44
The Braves' season came to an end in their opening round game of the CIF Southern Section Division 3AA playoffs on Thursday night.
Mya Mendoza led LHS with 18 points.
Lompoc ends the season 12-13 overall.
Beverly Hills 2, Lompoc 1
The Braves' season ended at Beverly Hills.
Lompoc finished up 11-4-3 after going 7-1-3 in Channel League play.
Dani Eitzur and Sara Schwartz scored for the Normans and goalie Estella Rosen needed to make eight saves to secure the Beverly Hills win.