Prep Roundup: Paso Robles remains perfect in PAC 7 wrestling

Bearcats roll to 58-18 dual victory over Righetti

sports@thetribunenews.comJanuary 22, 2013 

The Paso Robles High wrestling team won its ninth-consecutive dual of the season in a convincing 58-18 victory at Righetti on Tuesday night.

The Bearcats (9-0, 6-0 PAC 7) are the only undefeated team in duals in the PAC 7 this season.

Jack Holmes (138 pounds), Trevor Torres (126) and Colton Madrigal (180) all had first-period pins for Paso Robles, and Robbie Stanley (120) won by major decision.

The Warriors forfeited seven matches in the dual.

The Bearcats will go up against Pioneer Valley at home next Tuesday in the season finale.

Atascadero 57 Pioneer Valley 16;

 Atascadero 54 San Luis Obispo 10

The Greyhounds improved to 4-1 in the PAC 7 with dual wins over the Panthers and Tigers.

Cruz Mendoza (106) had two pins, Nick Ducasse (145) had two wins by decisions, Seth Burchfield (160) had two pins, Ryan Lombardi (170) had a pin and won by forfeit against San Luis Obispo, and TJ Cooper (182) won both his matches.


Shandon 58, North County Christian 43

Hector Rangel had 23 points, 17 rebounds, five assists and six steals to lead the Outlaws to the home win.

Jesus Rayes had 11 points and 18 rebounds, and Roberto Rodriguez had 18 points for Shandon.

Nolan Cannon had 17 points, 14 rebounds and four steals for the Crusaders (3-11, 2-6 Coast Valley League).

Blake Marchell had 14 points and 14 rebounds, and Nathan Cedillo added 12 points for North County Christian.

Coast Union 57, Maricopa 27

Quinten Raethke had 17 points to lead the Broncos (11-10, 5-2 Coast Valley League).


Coast Union 44, Maricopa 20

The Broncos (6-5, 5-2 CVL) beat the Indians behind Reagan Kniffen’s 13 points and Roxy Mertens’ 12.


Arroyo Grande 12, St. Joseph 1

Alexis Elias had four goals and Brooklyn VanderVeen and Melanie Popovich had two goals apiece as the Eagles (16-2) won their fifth consecutive game to open the PAC 7 season.

Hannah Wadlow had six saves in goal for Arroyo Grande.

Atascadero 11, Pioneer Valley 6

Alani Rinkenberger, Courtney McCarthy and Sage Kelley scored three goals apiece for the second-place Greyhounds (11-7, 4-1 PAC 7).

Emily Ferree added two goals, and Lauren Giggy had 10 saves in goal for Atascadero.

Righetti 13, San Luis Obispo 2

Emma Tietje and Andrea Reynolds scored one goal apiece, and Anna Mullen had 15 saves in goal for the Tigers.


Orcutt Academy 3, Mission Prep 2

Brendan Byrne and Jack Mooney scored first-half goals, but the Royals gave up the go-ahead goal to the Spartans in the final minute in a home loss.

Santa Maria 2, Templeton 1

Efrain Gomez had one goal, and Tyrus Yamagata had 12 saves for the Eagles (2-11-2, 0-8 LPL).


Nipomo 5, Morro Bay 0

Christina Ozzimo had two of Nipomo’s five first-half goals and one assist, to lead Nipomo to the road victory over the Pirates.

Denise Belmontes had two goals and Yocelyn Lopez added five saves for the Titans (8-8-2, 6-2 LPL).

Templeton 6, Santa Maria 2

Courtney Elterman had two goals and one assist to led the Eagles (5-9, 4-3 LPL).

Annie Mae Bohnsack, Lindsey Wyatt, and Samantha Bronkar all had goals. Wyatt had two assists, and Bohnsack had one.

Sara Albertini had three saves in the first half, and Sammy Schmidt had four in the second for Templeton.

Mission Prep 7, Orcutt Academy 1

Annabel Scott and Kelly Scharlach scored two goals each to lead the Royals (12-3-1).

Sydney Rathkens and Kendra McKeague had one goal and one assist apiece.

Grace Oeser had three saves in goal for Mission Prep.



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