Atascadero girls basketball team finishes 3-1 at Righetti Tournament

sports@thetribunenews.comDecember 29, 2012 

Camille LeBlanc scored 20 points and Maddie Leong added 15 in the Atascadero High girls basketball team's 52-40 win over Nipomo on Saturday at the Righetti Tournament in Santa Maria.

Peyton Maas and Tess Lattimer scored nine points apiece for the Titans.

in a 41-37 win over Santa Ynez, Leong had 15 points and LeBlanc added nine for Atascadero (8-3), which finished the round-robin tournament with a 3-1 record.

Righetti 39, Nipomo 32

Lattimer had 12 points and Taylor Nesbitt added eight for the Titans (5-9), but it was not enough to quell a stong second-half comeback by the Warriors.

Nipomo led by four at the half before tournament host Righetti outscored the Titans 13-5 in the third quarter, holding on to drop Nipomo’s record to 1-3 for the tournament.

Amy Ornelas hit four 3-pointers and led the Warriors with 19 points.

Santa Barbara 67, Paso Robles 38

Molly Donovan had 16 points and 13 rebounds, and Katie Ryan added 10 points and 10 rebounds, but the Bearcats committed 26 turnovers in a loss at the Righetti Tournament.

After leading 18-11 after the first quarter, Paso Robles was outscored 21-2 over a span of the second when Santa Barbara implemented a full-court press.

Templeton 71, Golden West 53

Mari Stewart had 26 points and 19 rebounds for the Eagles (12-2) in the consolation championship at the Tulare Tournament.

Autumn Russell, who was named to the all-tournament team for Templeton, had 10 points, 10 rebounds and seven assists.

Marissa Torres had 14 points and six steals, and Megan Hattar added nine points for the Eagles.

West Campus 52, Mission Prep 33

The Royals (2-13) managed just 11 first-half points in their final game at the West Coast Jamboree in Dublin.

Tess Boehm and Connor Storlie scored seven points each to lead Mission Prep.

Grace Ready, who scored four points in the game, was named to the Onyx Division all-tournament team.

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