Prep Roundup: Paso Robles cross country teams sweep meet

Bearcats boys and girls both win Atascadero Invitational

sports@thetribunenews.comOctober 5, 2013 

The Paso Robles High cross country teams won both the girls and boys large-school titles at the Atascadero Invitational on Saturday.

Six Bearcats runners finished in the top 10 of the boys race.

In the boys race, Paso Robles scored 15 points, followed by Sanger (65) and Santa Maria (68). Atascadero came in fifth with 135 points.

Righetti’s Alec Deleon won the individual race, running the 5K course in 17 minutes, 32 seconds, and Kyle Ravera of Paso Robles was second in 17:52.

The Bearcats ran in a tight pack behind Ravera, taking the next five spots and finishing within 14 seconds of each other.

Ethan Rivera and Zachary Chamberlain both ran the course in 17:53, placing third and fourth, respectively, and Sid Monge (17:54) finished fifth.

All of the top five finishers in the girls large-school race were from Paso Robles.

Paso Robles scored 15 points in the girls race, Sanger (77) came in second, and Righetti (87) finished third. Atascadero (111) was fourth.

Ashley Davis won the race in 20:57, Madison Moore (21:08) was second, and Annie Meeder (21:15) was third for the Bearcats.

The Greyhounds’ fastest runner in the boys race was Daniel Tull (12th in18:41) and their top girl runner was Hannah Livengood, who ran 23:28 for 11th.

Templeton swept the small-school races.

The boys scored 15 points, followed by Mission Prep (46) and Sanger Washington Union (69).

Four Eagles finished in the top 10 as Alex Saad (18:43) placed fourth, Henry Schmidt (19:07) was fifth and Brennan Tobin (19:22) was seventh.

San Luis Obispo’s Aramis Knox won the race in 18:20. 

In the girls small-school race, Gracie Albano (19:46) of Nipomo placed first.

Templeton scored 29 as a team, followed by Nipomo (47) and Mission Prep (76). 

The Eagles had four finishers in the top 10 as Veronica Russell (20:08) finished third overall and was the Eagles’ fastest runner.

Mission Prep’s top boys runner was Sam Oeser (20:09), who placed 13th overall. Aly Caldera (21:38) was the top girl finisher for the Royals, placing eighth.


San Luis Obispo Tournament

Arroyo Grande (10-3) lost the championship game 13-12 when Clovis North scored a goal with 14 seconds left.

Earlier in the day, the Eagles beat El Diamante 7-3 and San Marcos 11-8.

Jack Empey scored 18 goals on the day for the Eagles, and goalie Clint Doucette recorded 33 saves.

San Luis Obispo beat Cabrillo 8-5 in its final game of the day to finish 11th out of 23 teams.

The Tigers beat California of Whittier 8-7 in sudden death before falling to Alhambra, 8-5.

Dan Crozier scored four goals on the day for the Tigers, including the game-winning lob shot in sudden death against California, and had 10 steals.

Emerson Trout led the Tigers (11-5) in scoring with eight goals.

Connor Troy with 15 saves, and Kent Murphy with eight saves, split time in goal for San Luis Obispo.

Dylan Linnenkamp led Atascadero with eight goals on the day as the Greyhounds won two out of their three games.

After losing to Foothill, Atascadero (4-9) beat Pioneer Valley 10-1 and La Jolla Day School 8-7.

Jack Fisher and Scott Beraud scored four goals each for the Greyhounds, and goalie James Fisher had 17 saves.

Paso Robles (6-10) went 2-1 on the day, beating La Jolla 14-11, Bullard 10-5, and falling to Foothill 5-15.

Daniel Maloney scoring nine goals on the day for the Bearcats, Isaiah Baker had six goals, and Gabe Hindley recorded 30 saves.


Coast Union 39, Dunn 34

After a slow start and a 7-6 Broncos lead at halftime, both teams exploded in the third quarter. At the end of the quarter, Dunn led 34-23.

A defensive stand complemented a continued offensive burst for Coast Union (4-1), which finished the game off with 14 points to win.

Angel Avina had a late interception to seal the win.

Avina passed for 135 yards and two scores and ran for 90 yards and two touchdowns.

Quinton Raethke had six catches for 115 yards and two touchdowns, and Lane Sutherland carried 19 times for 120 yards and one touchdown for the Broncos.

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