Prep Roundup: Three girls soccer teams win by shutout

Mission Prep, Templeton and Nipomo all win by blanking opponents

sports@thetribunenews.comJanuary 17, 2013 

The Mission Prep girls soccer team beat Coast Union High 1-0 on Thursday night with a goal by Sammi Fernandez.

The Royals’ (11-3-1) goal was assisted by Sydney Rathjens. Grace Oser had 11 saves in goal.

Coast Union (6-7-1) goalie Gabby Bucio had five saves. 

Templeton 5, Morro Bay 0

Lindsey Wyatt and Courtney Elterman led the Eagles to a shutout with two goals and one assist apiece.

Sam Bronkar also had a goal for Templeton (4-9, 3-3 Los Padres League), and Annie Mae Bohnsack had an assist. Goalie Sammy Schmidt had five saves. 

Nipomo 5, Coast Union 0

Kaitlyne Fernandez had two goals in the Titans’ (7-8-2) victory.

Cristina Ozzimo, Denise Belmontes and Kristy Chavez all contributed a goal apiece.

Yocelyn Lopez had three saves in goal for Nipomo. 


Morro Bay 1, Templeton 0

The Pirates (12-4-2, 5-1-1) held off the Eagles and remain atop the LPL standings after a late second half breakaway goal by Holt Alden Jr., which was assisted by Jackson Chavez. 

Jeremy Nielson made three saves for the shutout for Morro Bay.

Tyrus Yamagata made five saves for  Templeton (2-10-2, 0-7).

Nipomo 2, Santa Maria 1

Aaron Robles and Caleb Doane scored unassisted goals to lead the Titans (9-7-4, 3-2-2 LPL) to the win.

Jason Alvarado had two saves in goal.

Mission Prep 3, Coast Union 2

Jack Mooney scored two goals for the Royals (5-10-2) off two Tony Arena assists.

Ibrahim Wahaba scored the other goal for Mission Prep and was assisted by Bailey Hungerford.

Peter Bertelson had eight saves in goal for Mission Prep.


Atascadero 14, Nipomo 8

Rachel Gruetzmacher had four goals as the Greyhounds (9-8) outscored the Titans 9-4 in the second half to break open a close game.

Claire Leong had three goals for Atascadero, and Kylie Ferree and Sage Kelly both had two goals. 

Lauren Giggy made 13 saves for the Greyhounds.

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