Jessica Judge scored 10 for San Luis Obispo High on Friday night in its 41-36 PAC 7 girls basketball win over Atascadero.
Erica Chandler had nine points and eight rebounds, and Christine Freberg added nine points for San Luis Obispo (11-10, 5-3).
Camille Lablanc scored a game-high 18 points for Atascadero (12-7, 3-4).
Arroyo Grande 56, Righetti 27
Olivia Galindo had 11 points, six rebounds and three steals as the Eagles (9-12, 2-6) won on the road for the first time in PAC 7 play.
Christa St. Dennis scored 14 points, and Elizabeth Mero had 10 points and five rebounds for Arroyo Grande.
Pioneer Valley 50, Paso Robles 33
Molly Donovan scored 17 points in the loss for the Bearcats (10-11, 3-5).
Paso Robles trailed 20-17 at halftime and was outscored 30-16 over the final two quarters.
Nipomo 58, Santa Ynez 31
The Titans (12-10, 6-3) jumped out to 24-3 lead after the first quarter in the rout of the Pirates.
Tess Lattimer scored 15 points, and Aly Martin, Gianna Abatti and Mercedes Rodriguez scored eight points apiece for Nipomo.
Morro Bay 50, Cabrillo 11
Hannah Gilbert had 15 points and six rebounds, and Sierra Schwellenbach also had 15 points to lead the Pirates (14-3, 8-0 LPL) over the Conquistadores.
Morro Bay shut out Cabrillo in the first quarter, and Jerrica Crosby had four points, seven rebounds and three assists for Pirates.
Templeton 54, Santa Maria 29
The Eagles (18-3, 7-1 LPL) rolled out to an 18-2 lead after the first quarter and cruised to the win behind Mari Stewart’s 21 points, 17 rebounds and seven steals.
Marissa Torres had 15 points, and Megan Hattar had eight points and eight assists.
Coast Union 32, Coastal Christian 23
Doris Steen led the Broncos (6-2 CVL) with seven points in their home win.
Amy Arnold had 12 points and nine rebounds for the Conquerors.
Roni Garrison had 15 rebounds for Coastal Christian (2-3).
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Shannon Rees had six goals on the day to lead Paso Robles, which defeated Nordoff 12-1 and Pacifica 8-5.
Against Nordoff, Rebecca Tobey had four goals, Kyle Pugh had three and Erika Smeltzer and Rees had two each.
Martie Rae Grois had six saves for the Bearcats.
Against Pacifica, Rees paced Paso Robles with four goals, Pugh added two and Grois tallied 12 saves.
San Luis Obispo (6-15) fell to Buena 9-1 and El Dorado 11-2.
San Luis Obispo 4, Atascadero 0
Jordan Knauer had two goals, and Lukas Holocher had three assists to lead the Tigers (10-8-3, 3-5 PAC 7).
Trevor James and Jesus Vazquez also had goals for the Tigers, and Mo Morales had an assist. Backup goalie Cameron Wright had six saves in goal.
Righetti 4, Arroyo Grande 2
Oscar Munoz scored twice for the Eagles as they fell for the first time in PAC 7 play.
Danny Montero had six saves in goal for Arroyo Grande (13-8-1, 7-1 PAC 7).
Pioneer Valley 2, Paso Robles 1
Felipe Aguilar scored off a Daniel Viramontes assist in the 77th minute to bring the Bearcats (6-8-2, 2-5 PAC 7) within one goal, but Paso Robles could not complete the comeback.
Elmer Solas had four saves for the Bearcats.
Mission Prep 2, St. Joseph 0
Ethan Orradre and Jack Mooney scored as the Royals defeated the Knights in Santa Maria.
Justin McKeague had eight saves in goal for Mission Prep (5-10-2).
Arroyo Grande 3, Righetti 1
Lupita Leon had a goal and two assists to lead the Eagles (11-1-6, 6-1-1 PAC 7) over the Warriors.
Elizabeth Heyde had a goal and an assist, and Nadine Reed had the other goal. Goalkeeper Sarah Doughty had three saves.
San Luis Obispo 2, Atascadero 1
Sydney Knauer scored twice for the Tigers in their PAC 7 matchup in Atascadero.
Lauren Hutkin had one assist, and goalkeeper Lily McCann had four saves for San Luis Obispo (13-6-1, 7-1 PAC 7).
Paso Robles 3, Pioneer Valley 1, OT
Natalya Marcove had seven saves in goal, and Kelsey Vaughn had six for the Bearcats as they defeated the Panthers on the road.
Hannah Paul, Karol Renden and Emilee Brown scored for Paso Robles (11-6-1, 3-4-1 PAC 7).
Mission Prep 1, St. Joseph 0
Annabel Scott scored off an assist by Sydney Rathjens early in the first half as the Royals (14-3-1) held off the Knights.
Goalie Grace Oeser had five saves for the shutout.