Rowley's 3-pointer in overtime lifts Royals into consolation title game in San Diego

sports@thetribunenews.comDecember 28, 2012 

Andy Rowley hit a 3-pointer with five seconds remaining to give the Mission Prep boys basketball team a 70-69 overtime victory over Gahr at the Holiday Classic in San Diego.

Rowley finished with 17 points and 10 assists.

Quinton Adlesh had 29 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists, and Tyler Baty had 10 points and 15 rebounds for the Royals.

Mission Prep will take on Roosevelt of Seattle in the consolation championship of the Senators division today.

Paso Robles 66, Montclair 60

Josh Wilson-Murry scored 29 points, including six 3-pointers, to lead the Bearcats in the fourth-quarter comeback victory in the Atascadero Christmas Tournament.

Jaylon Davis had 12 points and Matt Van Dyk added 11 for Paso Robles, which will face the winner of the Templeton/Atascadero game, which as of press time had not been reported to The Tribune.

GIRLS BASKETBALL
Paso Robles 48, Santa Maria 22;
Paso Robles 57, Santa Ynez 18

Molly Donovan scored 26 points to lead the Bearcats past the Saints at the Righetti Tournament.
Against the Pirates, Donovan had 24, Katie Ryan had eight for the second-consecutive game and Jamika Martin added seven for the Bearcats, who face Santa Barbara today at 4:30 p.m.

Atascadero 56, Cabrillo 40

Maddie Leong scored 20 points to lead the Greyhounds (6-3) to a win at the Righetti Tournament.

Sara Stafford had 12 points and 10 rebounds, Camille Leblanc added 12 points and Sarah Degnan added nine rebounds for the Greyhounds, who will face Nipomo at 1:30 p.m. and Santa Ynez at 5 p.m. today.

Mission Prep 56, El Molino 24

Tess Boehm had 16 points, and Carly Colvin added 13 for the Royals in their win at the West Coast Jamboree.

Mission Prep shot just 5 of 14 at the free throw line.

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