Prep Roundup: Thoresen leads San Luis Obispo to basketball win over Paso Robles

sports@thetribunenews.comFebruary 1, 2013 

David Thoresen had 15 points, Marley Stallings had 11, and San Luis Obispo High's boys baskebtall team (8-14, 3-6 PAC 7) defeated visiting Paso Robles 52-38 on Friday night.

Paso Robles’ Josh Wilson-Murry had a game-high 19 points.

Morro Bay 75, Santa Maria 74, OT

Noah Martinez hit a shot with 10 seconds left in overtime to lift the Pirates (10-13, 4-7 Los Padres League) past the Saints in Morro Bay.

Zach Smith, Xavier Alfaro and Elijah Lampley had 19 points apiece for Morro Bay, with Lampley adding 19 rebounds.

Shemarr Parker had 27 points, and JT Simkinds added 23 for Santa Maria.

Templeton 71, Cabrillo 64

Andy Garretson scored 30 points, including sinking five 3-pointers, to lead the Eagles to an upset victory over the Conquistadores, who were undefeated in the LPL.

Garretson added nine rebounds for Templeton, and Will Mehring had seven points, a game-high 12 rebounds and five assists for the Eagles.

Alex Elterman added 10 points for Templeton (13-9, 7-3 LPL).

Josh West scored 19 to lead Cabrillo (16-9, 10-1).

North County Christian 43, Cuyama Valley 34

Blake Marchell scored a game-high 16 points to lead the Crusaders to a Coast Valley League victory over the Bears.

Nolan Cannon added 13 points and had 17 rebounds for North County Christian (4-12, 3-7).

Michael Luque scored 11 for Cuyama Valley.

Coast Union 61, Shandon 26

Led by Logan Brandt’s double-double with 20 points and 11 rebounds, the Broncos (14-10, 8-2 CVL) beat the Outlaws.

Angel Avina had nine points and six assists, and Quintin Raethke had 14 points for Coast Union, which led 45-14 at halftime.

Hector Rangel had 14 points for Shandon.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

San Luis Obispo 35, Paso Robles 21

Jessica Judge had 12 points, and Morgan Liebscher had eight points and nine rebounds in the win for the Tigers (12-10, 6-3 PAC 7).

San Luis Obispo held the Bearcats to just four points over the second and third quarters to pull away.

Atascadero 55, Arroyo Grande 43

Sarah Stafford had 12 points, and Maddie Leong added 11 to pace the Greyhounds in the win over the Eagles.

Camille LeBlanc had nine points, and Chandler Haskell added eight for Atascadero (6-4 PAC 7).

Krista St. Denis led Arroyo Grande with 11.

Templeton 54, Cabrillo 41

Mari Stewart dominated with 25 points and 25 rebounds to lead the Eagles (19-4, 8-2 LPL) over the Conquistadores.

Autumn Russell also had a double-double with 14 rebounds and 11 points. Megan Hattar had six assists.

Nipomo 49, Lompoc 46

In a game where the teams combined for 41 free-throw attempts and both had two players foul out, the Titans (14-10, 8-3 LPL) held off the Braves behind Taylor Nevitt’s 11 points.

Lompoc’s Chrisshnay Brown had a game-high 20 points.

Coastal Christian 46, Maricopa 37

Roni Garrison and Amy Arnold both had double-doubles to lead the Conquerors (3-4) over the Indians. 

Garrison had 11 points and 20 rebounds, and Arnold had 22 points and 13 rebounds. Hannah Brennan had eight points and 10 rebounds as Coastal Christian put the game away by outscoring Maricopa 14-7 in the fourth quarter. 

Lizzy Rowan led the Indians with 22 points.

GIRLS WATER POLO

Arroyo Grande 5, Canyon 3; Harvard-Westlake 15, Arroyo Grande 5

The Eagles split their two games at the Southern Cal Championships in Irvine.

Against Canyon, Hannah Wadlow made six saves, and Brooklyn 

VanderVeen, Alexis Elias, Jordyn Dickens, Melanie Popovic and Morgan Clark each scored one goal.

In the second game, the Eagles lost to the No. 1 ranked team in their CIF-Southern Section division. VanderVeen had a hat trick, and Rebecca Hernandez and Isabella Manuele also scored.

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