Prep Soccer Roundup: Santa Ynez downs Nipomo for LPL girls soccer title

sports@thetribunenews.comFebruary 8, 2013 

In a battle for the Los Padres League girls soccer title Thursday night, Santa Ynez High went on the road and defeated Nipomo 3-0 for the outright league title.

The Titans trailed 1-0 at halftime and then gave up two second-half goals. conceded two more goals in the second half. Yoclen Lopez made nine saves for Nipomo (11-9-2, 9-3).

Santa Ynez finished 11-1 in the LPL.

Cabrillo 4, Morro Bay 1

Tess Volkod assisted Ellie Ruffner for Morro Bay’s only goal in coach Doc Ludin’s final game. 

Ludin is retiring after being Morro Bay’s (3-19, 1-11 LPL) coach for 24 of the past 28 years.

Templeton 4, Coast Union 0

Annie Mae Bohnsack netted two goals for the Eagles (6-12-1) in their win against the Broncos.

Lindsey Wyatt had one goal and three assists or Templeton, and Courtney Elterman had one goal and one assist. Sara Albertini made four saves for Templeton.

Goalie Gabby Bucio had nine saves for Coast Union (10-8-1). 

BOYS SOCCER

Morro Bay 1, Cabrillo 1, OT

Holt Alden Jr. scored off an assist by Daniel Ramirez as the Pirates (13-8-3, 6-4-2 LPL) tied in their last game of the regular season.

Jeremy Nielson had nine saves in goal for Morro Bay.

Morro Bay will be going to the CIF-Southern Section Division 5 playoffs for the first time in 11 years. The soccer playoff pairings will be announced Monday.

Santa Ynez 3, Nipomo 2, OT

The Titans (13-10-4) rallied from a 2-0 deficit but conceded a goal in the last two minutes of overtime.

Jonathan Gomez scored off an assist from Aaron Robles, and Ben Jimenez netted the second goal. Johan Ayala had seven saves in goal. 

Coast Union 2, Templeton 0

Luis De Alba and Oscar Catalan scored for the Broncos (9-7-3).

Mario Leon and Binh Trieu had the assists, and Juan Leonardo had seven saves for Coast Union. Tyrus Yamagata had two saves for Templeton (3-15-2).

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