Prep Roundup: Singles play leads Paso Robles girls tennis team past Morro Bay

Bearcats improve to 3-0 with 14-4 home win over Pirates

sports@thetribunenews.comSeptember 9, 2013 

Paso Robles High’s girls tennis team swept in singles on its way to a 14-4 home win over Morro Bay on Monday.

The Bearcats (3-0) got a 6-0, 6-0, 6-0 performance from Maddie Berry, a 6-4, 6-1, 6-1 outing from Katie Evenson and a 6-2, 7-6, 7-5 sweep from Lauren Martinez.

Paso Robles’ Lindsey Horst and Diana Grijalva won 7-5, 6-1, 6-2 in doubles.

Morro Bay’s June Janzen and Sarah Keas went 7-5, 5-7, 6-1 in doubles.

Arroyo Grande girls golfers shine

Four Arroyo Grande High girls golfers had their best personal 18-hole rounds Monday at the Santa Ynez Invitational at the River Course at Alisal in Solvang.

Tessa Oates, who shot a 90, and Rachel Harris, who shot a 110, combined for a best-ball score of 89 to place ninth among 16 teams from 11 schools (some schools had two teams).

The team of Kinsey McBryde, who shot a 93, and Victoria Maretti, who shot a 115, had a best-ball tally of 92.

Nipomo’s Ashley Ruiz and Christine Delaby combined for a score of 95.

Atascadero’s Natalie Martinez and McKenzi Etchison combined on a 120.

St. Joseph’s Desiree Gillaspy and Hana Goble shot a 77 to win the tournament.

Royals football team ranked No. 1

Mission Prep’s football team returned to the top ranking of the Northeast Division after avenging its CIF-Southern Section division championship game loss last year to Rio Hondo Prep.

The Royals (1-1), who were ranked second in the poll last week, defeated Rio Hondo Prep 24-21 on Friday night at Mission Prep. Rio Hondo Prep dropped from third last week to fourth this week.

Arroyo Grande (1-1) is ranked 10th in the Northern Division after its 44-6 rout of Nipomo on Friday.

San Luis Obispo (2-0) was the only other team to receive votes in the poll this week. The Tigers beat Dos Pueblos 17-0 in Goleta.

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