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Julian Araujo is keeping his options open

Lompoc’s very own Julian Araujo keeps making waves on the pitch, and Wednesday, in an ESPN article, it stated Araujo is keeping the door open of a switch from the United States National Team to Mexico’s National Team.

Cal Poly breaks ground on state-of-the-art beach volleyball complex

The Mustang Beach Volleyball Complex will feature five regulation-size NCAA beach volleyball courts, seating for up to 250 spectators, a state-of-the-art LED video scoreboard that will be positioned on the south side of Mott Athletics Center, lights around the facility, and an outdoor shower.

Blues win season finale, 8-5

The San Luis Obispo Blues baseball team topped the California Expos in its season finale, 8-5, on Friday night at Sinsheimer Park.

Five Cities falls to Hawaii in marquee matchup, 2-0

The Five Cities 14U youth baseball team suffered its first loss of the Babe Ruth Pacific Southwest Regional in a rematch of the 2018 championship with Iolani, Hawaii, 2-0 on Wednesday night at Soto Sports Complex in Arroyo Grande.

Chance’s Champs: Heart of a Champion

Imagine winning a national championship, graduating from college, and undergoing open-heart surgery all within the span of two weeks. For Orcutt native Stevie Wisz, that journey was a reality.

SLO 10U All-Stars defeat Guam, 10-1

The SLO 10U All-Stars defeated Guam, 10-1, Tuesday morning in the second of three pool play games at the Cal Ripken Pacific Southwest Regional Tournament in Honolulu, HI.

Big Sky Conference releases preseason polls, all-conference team

Cal Poly was selected to finish ninth in both the coaches and media polls. The Mustangs, who rebounded from a 1-10 campaign in 2017 to finish 5-6 a year ago, was picked to finish 10th (coaches) and 11th (media) a year ago and won three of their last four contests to place in a tie for sixth with Montana.

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