Prep Roundup: Atascadero downs Paso Robles in PAC 7 girls volleyball

Arroyo Grande, Nipomo and Templeton also roll to girls volleyball wins

sports@thetribunenews.comOctober 16, 2012 

The Atascadero High girls volleyball team defeated visiting Paso Robles 25-19, 25-18, 22-25, 25-17 in PAC 7 competition Tuesday night. 

Sophia Guerrier had a team-high 20 kills, and Mary Kate Evans had 11 kills for the Greyhounds (14-6, 5-3). 

Kendall Featherstone had 22 digs and 10 kills, Sabrina Degman had 21 assists and Sage Kelley had 16 assists for Atascadero. 

For the Bearcats (9-11, 3-6), Maddi Chace had 13 kills and three blocks, Molly Donovan had 12 kills and Jackie Caraveo had 15 digs. 

Arroyo Grande 3, Pioneer Valley 0

Alaina Hogeboom led the Eagles (18-5, 9-0 PAC 7) with 44 assists in a 25-5, 25-10, 25-8 sweep of the visiting Panthers.

Millisa Morrow had 26 kills and two aces, Alyssa Koenig had eight kills and 10 digs and Jade Fuller had 17 digs for the Arroyo Grande. 

Templeton 3, Santa Maria 0

Lauren Spencer had three kills and six aces to help the Eagles  sweep the Saints 25-14, 25-10, 25-17.

Sydney Roth had 34 assists, Heather Fields had 10 kills and Mari Stewart, Autumn Russell and Zoe Bond each had six kills for Templeton (12-1, 9-0 LPL).

Nipomo 3, Morro Bay 0

The Titans (14-1, 7-1 Los Padres League) swept 25-7, 25-18, 25-22.

Cristina Ozzimo had four kills and 31 assists, Paige Waymire had 18 kills, six aces, and five digs and Sarah Stahl had 13 digs for Nipomo.

Coastal Christian 3, Cuyama Valley 0

Leslie Henry led the Conquerors (11-0, 9-0 Coast Valley League) with 12 kills as they swept the Bears 25-7, 25-6, 25-12 to remain undefeated.

Bethany Young had eight aces, JoAnn Lindstaedt had 18 assists and Koral Wright had 13 digs for Coastal Christian.

Coast Union 3, Orcutt Academy 1

Amy Avina had seven kills, seven digs and six aces to help the Broncos (9-5, 7-1 CVL) defeat the Spartans 20-25, 25-8, 25-13, 25-15.

Coast Union’s Roxy Mertens and Karla Soto each had nine kills and seven digs, and Sage Radecki had 36 assists.

Bishop Diego 3, Mission Prep 1

The Royals avoided a sweep with a third-game victory but fell 25-20, 25-20, 19-25, 25-14 on the road. 

Grace Ready had 21 kills, 11 digs and two aces, Jessa Culver had 30 digs and Natalie Brescia had 45 assists and 10 digs for Mission Prep.

Maricopa 3, North County Christian 0

Aliyah Morrison had nine kills and three blocks for the Crusaders, but North County Christian (1-18,  1-8 CVL) was swept 25-15, 25-17, 25-15 by the Indians. 

Janelle Honeycutt had three aces, Kelsey McRoy had 11 assists and Karianne Loy had seven digs for the Crusaders.


Arroyo Grande 15, San Luis Obispo 3

Lauren Hayashi and Sophie Whittle both swept 6-0, 6-0, 6-0 in singles to lead the Eagles (14-1, 11-0 PAC 7) to their third straight PAC 7 championship.

Alex Mero won 6-3, 6-1, 6-2 to cap a singles sweep for Arroyo Grande, and the Eagles’ doubles team of Amber Domako and Zoey Miller swept 6-4, 6-2, 6-1.

Paso Robles 12, Mission Prep 0

The Bearcats (10-4, 6-4 PAC 7) played a shortened match against the Royals because of facility limitations.

Maria Petiy led Paso Robles, winning 6-0, 6-0 in singles play.

Lompoc 11, Nipomo 7

The Titans’ doubles team of Bekah Archambeault and Gianna Abatti swept 6-2, 6-2, 6-2, but Nipomo (2-11, 1-9 LPL) lost to the Braves at home.

Mady Slaven and Kelly Barrett won two of three sets for the Titans.

Santa Ynez 17, Morro Bay 1

The Pirates’ (5-8, 4-6 Los Padres League) doubles team of Claire Vogel and Sky Schwellenbach had the lone Morro Bay win.

Templeton 10, Coast Union 8

Alex Zaragoza won 6-2, 6-1 in the Broncos’ (2-12) loss to the Eagles.


Arroyo Grande 9, St. Joseph 2

Taylor Ross, Jack Empey and Nick Chapman had two goals each as the Eagles (11-6, 4-1 PAC 7) cruised at home.

Ronan Paulsen and Clint Doucette combined for seven saves in goal for Arroyo Grande.


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