Arroyo Grande rolls to boys basketball win over Paso Robles

sports@thetribunenews.comJanuary 16, 2013 

The Arroyo Grande High boys basketball team jumped all over visiting Paso Robles, outscoring the Bearcats 21-4 in the opening quarter en route to 57-36 PAC 7 victory Wednesday night.

Matt Willkomm had 24 points, Andrew Midyett had 12 points and DeSean Scott had eight points for the Eagles (14-6, 3-3 PAC 7).

Josh Wilson-Murry carried the bulk of the scoring load for Paso Robles (5-14, 1-4), finishing with 22 points, including five 3-pointers.

Righetti 68, Atascadero 60

Joe Johnson had 16 points, and Jared Stuedemann had 12 points and four steals in the loss for the Greyhounds.

Joel Wood had seven points and eight rebounds, and Brian O’Connell added 11 points for Atascadero.

St. Joseph 61, San Luis Obispo 53

The Tigers fell behind by 10 points in the first quarter and couldn’t recover in the PAC 7 road loss.

David Thoresen made seven 3-pointers and finished with 24 points, and Curtis Schilling added 15 points for San Luis Obispo (6-14, 1-4).

Templeton 56, Nipomo 36

Will Mehring scored 17 points, and Andy Garretson had 10 points and six rebounds as the Eagles (8-9, 2-3 Los Padres League) picked up their first home win in league play.

Aiden Sarbeck and Clark Burton added eight points apiece for Templeton.

Kaileb Mendez led the Titans (1-18, 0-5) with 22 points.

The Eagles outrebounded Nipomo 43-25.

Lompoc 74, Morro Bay 52

The Pirates (8-12, 2-4 LPL), after holding a 17-10 lead after the first quarter, were outscored 46-23 over the second and third quarters in the home loss to the Braves.

Luke Munds scored 23 points for Morro Bay, and Zach Smith added 12.

Mission Prep 49, Cabrillo 43

Quinton Adlesh scored 13 points for the Royals as they defeated the Conquistadores in Cabrillo.

Pat Laird scored 12 points, and Brandon Jones added 10 for Mission Prep (13-6).

Michael Woodard led Cabrillo with a game-high 14 points.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Paso Robles 49, Arroyo Grande 45, OT

Katie Ryan scored a career-high 18 points in the Bearcats’ home victory. 

The teams were tied at 35 at the end of regulation, and Paso Robles outscored the Eagles 14-10 in the extra frame.

Molly Donovan scored 15 points for the Bearcats (2-3 PAC 7), and Jackie Caraveo added eight.

Olivia Galindo led Arroyo Grande with 14 points, and Jordan Robinson added 10.

St. Joseph 59, San Luis Obispo 35

Kaitlyn Flowers had 20 points to lead the Knights past the Tigers (9-9, 3-2 PAC 7) in Santa Maria.

Erica Chandler had 13 points, and Jessica Judge had 11 points and eight rebounds for San Luis Obispo.

Atascadero 44, Righetti 31

Maddie Leong led the Greyhounds to a PAC 7 home win with 16 points.

Camille LaBlanc scored nine points, and Sarah Stafford added six points and 10 rebounds for Atascadero (11-4, 3-2).

Templeton 55, Nipomo 43

Mari Stewart scored 14 and had 19 rebounds to lead the Eagles to an LPL road victory. Autumn Russell has 11 points and 11 rebounds or Templeton.

Taylor Nevitt led Nipomo (10-9, 4-2 LPL) with eight points.

Morro Bay 61, Lompoc 32

Hannah Gilbert scored a game-high 27 points and had 12 rebounds for the Pirates in their LPL victory over the Braves in Lompoc.

Sierra Schwellenbach had 13 points, seven assists and six steals for Morro Bay (12-3 6-0).

Mission Prep 50, Cabrillo 42

Connor Storlie scored 16 points as the Royals held off a late Cabrillo rally to win at home. Noelle Laird had 12 points, and Carly Colvin added 11 points for Mission Prep.

BOYS SOCCER

San Luis Obispo 4, St. Joseph 2

Lukas Holocher had two goals, and Alex Maier had two assists for the Tigers (8-5-3, 2-3 PAC 7).

Trevor James and Moe Morales also had goals for San Luis Obispo.

Arroyo Grande 2, Paso Robles 1

Oscar Munoz assisted both Eagles goals in the home win for Arroyo Grande (12-7-1, 6-0 PAC 7).

Juan Jazo and Josh Willkins had goals for the Eagles.

 

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