Prep Roundup: Morro Bay girls basketball team falls in tournament title game

sports@thetribunenews.comDecember 15, 2012 

The Morro Bay High girls basketball team lost to Nevada Union 52-38 in the championship game of the Napa Wine Valley Tournament on Saturday after being outscored 18-2 in the third quarter.

Hannah Gilbert had 16 points, 16 rebounds and three blocks, and Sierra Schwellenbach had seven points and six assists for the Pirates (6-3).

Gilbert and Schwellenbach were named to the all-tournament team.

Jerrica Crosby added four points and eight rebounds for Morro Bay.

Nicole Lierly had a game-high 18 points for Nevada Union.

Tulare Western 36, San Luis Obispo 34; San Luis Obispo 40, Exeter 32

Erica Chandler scored 24 points for the Tigers (5-7) in the loss to Tulare Western at the Farmersville Tournament.

Kayla Cota scored 30 points to lead the Mustangs past San Luis Obispo, which shot 66 percent from the free-throw line.

Against Exeter, Chandler again led the Tigers, scoring 14 points. 

Jessica Judge had 11, and Christine Freberg added 10 for San Luis Obispo.

St. Bonaventure 60, Mission Prep 18

Connor Storlie scored 13 points in the loss for the Royals (1-10).

BOYS BASKETBALL

San Luis Obispo 64, Buchanon 54

David Thoresen had 16 points, and Parker Lauritzen had 11 to lead the Tigers (5-4) to a victory in their final game at the National Prep Classic in Santa Maria.

San Luis Obispo hit seven 3-pointers, including three from Thoreson, and 15 of 22 foul shots.

Blake Shapazian had eight points for the Tigers.

Mission Prep 74, Palmdale 50

Connor Woolpert had 27 points, and the Royals (5-1) used a 26-7 run in the second quarter to cruise past Palmdale in a showcase game at St. Joseph’s National Prep Classic.

Andy Rowley had 14 points and six assists, and Quintin Adlesh had eight points and eight rebounds for Mission Prep.

Arroyo Grande 67, Santa Ynez 27

Brennan Rivera had 11 points and six rebounds, Cobe Williams had 10 points and six assists and the Eagles defeated the Pirates in their final game at the Carpinteria Tournament.

Matt Willkomm scored nine points, and DeSean Scott added eight for Arroyo Grande, which connected on 11 3-pointers.

Fillmore 62, Nipomo 58

Kaileb Mendez had 24 points, including four 3-pointers, in the close loss at the Carpinteria Tournament.

Freddy Ruiz had 12, and Quintin Bland had 10 for Nipomo.

Providence Hall 75, Coastal Christian 32

Thomas Lindstaedt had 16 points and 10 rebounds in the home loss for the Conquerors (1-1).

GIRLS SOCCER

Garces Tournament

Coast Union won two games to take home the silver bracket championship at the tournament in Bakersfield.

The Broncos (3-3-1) defeated Taft 2-1 and Kern Valley 2-0.

Christina Plascencia and Amy Avina scored one goal apiece against Taft, and Plascencia had both Coast Union goals against Kern Valley.

Gabby Bucio tallied 16 saves on the day.

Atascadero won one of two games and finished third in the Premier B division.

The Greyhounds (7-2) lost to Tulare West 4-3 before defeating Madera 3-2 in the third-place match.

Rachel Andrade and Nique Mack scored one goal apiece in both games for Atascadero.

Both Morro Bay and San Luis Obispo (4-4-1) were shut out in two games.

The Pirates (2-8) fell to Foothill 1-0 and then 1-0 to Sierra Monte on a last-minute goal in overtime.

San Luis Obispo lost to Frontier 2-0 and then Garces 1-0.

BOYS SOCCER

Garces Tournament

San Luis Obispo (6-3-2) lost 3-2 in the championship game of the Premier A division to Bakersfield.

Michael Zakaria and Alex Maier scored for the Tigers, and Peter Delkeskamp assisted both goals. Michael Lambert had six saves for San Luis Obispo.

In their earlier game Saturday, the Tigers beat West 1-0. Ty Cooper scored the winning goal off an assist from Maier.

Atascadero beat Mission Oak 4-0 and East High 4-1 to finish in fifth place in its bracket. Diego Ramirez had two goals, and Patrick Hammer and Triston Ioppini each had a goal against Mission Oak. 

Raul Lopez had two goals for the Greyhounds (5-4-1) against East High. 

Morro Bay (8-3-1) finished in third place in its bracket after losing to South High 2-1 and then beating Mammoth Lake 2-1.

In the South High match, Juan Carlos Moreno scored the lone goal for the Pirates off an assist from Joel Wilkie. 

Against Mammoth Lake, D.C. Van Beurden scored off a Daniel Abbaiti assist. Chad Porter headed in the eventual winning goal off a corner kick by Daniel Ramirez.

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