As of Tuesday, Camarillo was alone in first place in the PVL standings in baseball, softball, boys’ tennis and boys’ volleyball.
Rio Mesa held the top spot in boys’ and girls’ track.
The two rival schools entered the week tied for first place in boys’ and girls’ swimming. And after Tuesday’s win on the golf course, Rio Mesa and ACHS both have one loss in the boys’ golf standings.
Camarillo’s baseball team is ranked No. 8 in the CIF-Southern Section Division 1 coaches’ poll. Westlake and Simi Valley are the only other Ventura County schools that were ranked in Division 1. They are tied for 10th.
The Scorpion softball squad carried a 4-0 league mark into Thursday’s matchup against Channel Islands. ACHS had a one-game lead over Oxnard in the softball standings.
In boys’ volleyball, Camarillo and Rio Mesa played Thursday night, but a score wasn’t available at press time. ACHS defeated the Spartans in five tough games on March 29. The Scorpions, winners of 23 of their first 25 matches, are ranked fifth in Division 3 volleyball.
Camarillo’s boys’ tennis team is poised to claim a league crown. The Scorpions won their first seven PVL matches to open up a twomatch lead on Pacifica.
In track, Rio Mesa’s 4×100 boys’ relay squad prevailed at last weekend’s Mt. SAC Relays. The Spartans finished in 41.13 seconds.