Prep Roundup: Templeton remains atop LPL baseball standings

sports@thetribunenews.comApril 23, 2013 

Spencer Walsh was 3 for 4 with a double, a triple and three RBI to lead the Templeton High baseball team to a 7-2 Los Padres League victory over Nipomo on Tuesday.  

Mac Lardner threw five innings, allowing six hits and two runs to pick up the win for the Eagles. 

Mitch Pendley and Chase Koehler closed out the game, holding the Titans hitless over the last two innings.

Michael Frigon and Donald Syracuse each collected two hits and a walk for Templeton (14-2, 7-1). 

Tommy Saenz went 3 for 3 for Nipomo (9-10, 3-5).

Atascadero 3, St. Joseph 2

The Greyhounds secured an early lead, scoring all three of their runs in the first two innings.

Brain Kirkpatrick pitched a complete game, giving up five hits, striking out seven and walking two in the win.

Kirkpatrick was also 2 for 3 with an RBI. Joe Johnson, and Kelton Torres each had an RBI for Atascadero (9-10-1, 5-1 PAC 7). 

Righetti 8, Paso Robles 1

LaZouich Ford and Rudy Binkele were each 2 for 4 for the Bearcats (5-13, 1-9 PAC 7) as they fell to the Warriors in Santa Maria. 

Mission Prep 2, Morro Bay 1

Anthony Bosshardt (2-3) pitched a complete game, striking out six in the win for the Royals.

Bosshardt also hit the game-winning home run in the third inning.

Michael Cardwell was 2 for 2 with a double for Mission Prep (8-4).

Dan Beavers was 2 for 3 with an RBI single for Morro Bay (7-16). 

Coast Union 9, Maricopa 1

Emmany Godinez was 2 for 3 with two doubles and two RBI for the Broncos. 

Brad Magnuson pitched four innings, striking out seven and giving up no runs for Coast Union (7-5, 5-0 Coast Valley League).

SOFTBALL

Paso Robles 6, Pioneer Valley 3

Delaney Cline was 2 for 3 with an RBI, and Megan Clark was 2 for 2 with two runs scored for the Bearcats (12-8, 6-2) in their PAC 7 victory. 

Paso Robles’ Brylee Loya was 2 for 4 with an RBI.

Atascadero 4, San Luis Obispo 1

Nique Mack was 2 for 3 with a run in the Greyhounds’ victory in San Luis Obispo.

Atascadero’s Kayla Herzig was 2 for 3, and Mackenzie Messina had a double.

Kaala Wood (6-3) pitched a complete game for the Greyhounds. 

Andrea Reynolds also pitched a complete game, striking out nine for the Tigers (13-10, 3-5).

Reynolds was 2 for 3 with a double and scored San Luis Obispo’s only run.

Morro Bay 7, St. Joseph 4

Marissa Tabares was 4 for 4 with a double and a run in the Pirates’ victory. 

Morro Bay (9-11) scored five runs in the fifth inning to break a 2-2 tie.

Morro Bay’s Carli Watt was 3 for 4 with two runs, and Madelynn Martinez was 2 for 4 with two RBI and a run.

Morro Bay’s Alyssa Noriega pitched a complete game in the win. 

Nipomo 4, Templeton 1

Courtney Cuzick pitched a complete game, allowing one run on one hit and striking out nine for the Titans in their home win.

Nipomo’s Saundra Renner was 2 for 3 with an RBI, and Destiny Fryckman also had an RBI.

Ashley Ruiz had a double and a run, and Candace Fryckman was 2 for 3 with a double for Nipomo (15-3).

Orcutt Academy 30, Mission Prep 5; 5 innings

Katie Chapman-Pinto was 3 for 3 with a double and two runs, and Krista Arndt had a triple, an RBI and a run for the Royals (3-12).

Coast Union 20, Maricopa 0; 5 innings

Cristina Plascencia opened the  game with a three-run home run for the Broncos (11-4, 6-0 CVL). Cristina Plascencia was 3 for 3 with seven RBI.

Gabby Plascencia was 5 for 5 with two RBI, two doubles and a triple for Coast Union. 

Patty Bucio was 2 for 3 with a triple and two runs for the Broncos.

Elle Magnuson pitched five innings, striking out two in the win. 

BOYS TENNIS

San Luis Obispo 18, St. Joseph 0

Nick Johnson and Brooks Rossi did not drop a singles set as they led the Tigers to a PAC 7 home victory.

The doubles team of Noah Cleere and Luke Olson swept 6-1, 6-1, 6-0 for San Luis Obispo (13-4, 9-2).

Arroyo Grande 14, Paso Robles 4

The Eagles completed an undefeated season and finished first in the PAC 7with their victory over the Bearcats.

Arroyo Grande’s Sean Hollister swept 6-0, 6-0, 6-0, and Derek Lakowske swept 7-5, 6-0, 6-0 in singles.

The doubles team of Bryan Rozo and Tyler Anderson swept 6-1, 6-3, 6-0 for the Eagles (18-5, 12-0 PAC 7). 

Evan Serpa and Stevie Stark won two of three singles sets for Paso Robles. 

Righetti 12, Atascadero 6

The doubles team of Jacob Pomi and Ross Schaefer won two out of three sets for the Greyhounds (7-11, 4-7 PAC 7). 

Pioneer Valley 17, Coast Union 1

John McElgunn won one set for the Broncos (1-10). 

Templeton 9 (82), Santa Maria 9 (77)

The doubles team of Calvin Pinson and Christopher Wallace swept 6-1, 6-2, 6-3 for the Eagles, who beat the Saints based on the games-won tiebreaker.

Singles players Jared Hall and Andrew Heim each won two out of three sets for Templeton (13-2, 4-7 LPL).

Morro Bay 11, Lompoc 7

The doubles team of Jeremy Neilson and Taylor Williams swept 6-3, 6-0, 6-1 for the Pirates.

In singles Andrew Stella won two of three sets for Morro Bay (2-8, 1-7).

BOYS VOLLEYBALL

San Luis Obispo 3, Pioneer Valley 0

Parker Lauritzen had eight kills to lead the Tigers to a 25-16, 25-14, 25-11 sweep of the Panthers. 

Rennie Heza had 21 assists, and Shea McSorley had 15 digs for San Luis Obispo (7-5, 3-4 PAC 7).

Arroyo Grande 3, St. Joseph 0

Cameron Arnet had 14 kills for theEagles as they swept the Knights 25-21, 25-12, 25-23.

Arroyo Grande’s Jack Empey had 38 assists and seven aces, and Andrew Midyett had nine kills and seven blocks.

Chandler Mankins had seven blocks, and Kris Kleinsmith had five digs for the Eagles (12-0, 6-0).

Templeton 3, Nipomo 0

Henri Cherry had nine aces and 12 kills in the Eagles’ 25-13, 25-17, 25-12 victory.

Sam Chatham and Ben Schaner had two aces and two kills, and Tobey Isbell had one ace and three kills for Templeton (11-1, 5-0 LPL).

TRACK & FIELD

GIRLS: Nipomo 116, Santa Maria 17; BOYS: Nipomo 118, Santa Maria 17

Christina Ozzimo set two personal record  times, winning the girls 100-meter dash in 12.6 seconds and the 200 in 26.9 for the Titans (6-0 LPL).

Ozzimo was also a part of the winning 400 relay team.

Taylor Nevitt won the girls discus with a mark of 102 feet and the shot put with a PR of 39-7 for Nipomo.

D.T. Martinez won the boys 100 in 11.3 and the pole vault at 12-0 for the Titans (4-2 LPL). Both were PR marks.

Nipomo’s Gregg Uzueta won the discus at 145-7.

BOYS: Morro Bay 73, Templeton 59, GIRLS: Morro Bay 67, Templeton 64

Austin Lay won the boys 1,600 in 4 minutes, 44.82 seconds for Morro Bay.

Lay also won the 800 (2:06.19) and was part of the winning 1,600 relay team (3:42.17) of Damen Davis, Billy Verdin and Oziel Gutierrez.

Davis won the 100 (11.62) and the 200 (23.70),  and Verdin won the high jump at 6-0 for the Morro Bay boys (3-3 LPL).

Tess Volkov won the girls 300 hurdles (50.74), the long jump (16-2) and was on the first place 400 relay (54.21) for the Pirates. 

Fellow relay member Chloe Lindsey won the 100 (14.03) and the triple jump (31-7) for the Pirates girls (3-3 LPL). 

SWIMMING & DIVING

BOYS: Morro Bay 98, Cabrillo 87

The Pirates boys (6-0) finished the season undefeated for the first time in school history and are in first place heading into league championships.

Mac Reinhart won the 100 freestyle in 54.12 seconds and the 100 backstroke (1:01.96) for Morro Bay.

The Pirates’ 400 freestyle relay of Keary Kennedy, Alex McKee, Travis Chriman and Reinhart won in 3:36.32. 

BOYS: Nipomo 110, Lompoc 69; GIRLS: Nipomo 94, Lompoc 74

The Titans had three automatic CIF qualifying times in their home win.

Zach Smith qualified in the boys 50 freestyle, winning in  29.53 for Nipomo (3-2). 

Melchor De La Garza won the100 backstroke in a CIF qualifying 1:03.5.

Rebecca Gonzales qualified in the girls 100 breaststroke, which she won in 1:16.75 for Nipomo (3-2). 

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