Greyhounds win a share of PAC 7 boys basketball title

sports@thetribunenews.comFebruary 9, 2013 

Robbie Berwick had 27 points, six assists and five rebounds to lead the Atascadero High boys basketball team to a 79-68 win over Pioneer Valley and a share of the PAC 7 title in Santa Maria on Friday night.

Joe Johnson had 22 points and Jared Studeman had a double-double with 15 points, 10 rebounds and five steals for the Greyhounds (17-8, 10-2).

Connor Kim added seven points, six assists, four rebounds and four steals.

Drew Johnson led Righetti (3-20, 1-11) with 19 points, and Eric Fontreneau had 15.

Righetti 76, San Luis Obispo 44

Cameron Walker had 26 points to lead the Warriors to a win over the Tigers and a share of the
PAC 7 championship.

Blake Shapazian and Curtis Schilling scored nine points apiece, and Kwab Farkye added seven for San Luis Obispo (8-17, 3-9 PAC 7), which was playing without leading scorer David Thoresen.

Templeton 54, Santa Ynez 30

Aiden Sarbeck had 10 points and five rebounds to lead Templeton (15-9, 9-3 LPL) to its eighth straight win.

Alex Elterman had eight points, five assists and five steals as the Eagles outscored the Pirates 35-13 in the second and third quarters combined.

St. Joseph 67, Paso Robles 35

Josh Wilson-Murry scored a team-high nine points for the Bearcats (6-19, 2-10 PAC 7) in a season-ending loss to the Knights.

Cabrillo 60, Nipomo 32

Luke Nickelsen led the Titans (1-11 LPL) with seven points, and Noah Claverie added six.

Coast Union 54, North County Christian 26

Quinton Raethke put up a game-high 22 points and had four steals for the Broncos in their Coast Valley League victory over the Crusaders.

Logan Brandt and Alan Hernandez added 10 points apiece for Coast Union.

Blake Marchell led North County Christian (5-13, 4-8) with 10 points.

Coastal Christian 45, Cuyama 38

Jeremiah Wright scored 17 points and had six rebounds for the Conquerors at home.

Brandon Spiller added 13 points and eight rebounds for Coastal Christian.

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