Prep Roundup: Atascadero High football team rises again in poll

Greyhounds ranked No. 3 in CIF-Southern Section Northern Division

sports@thetribunenews.comOctober 14, 2013 

Three county PAC 7 teams were ranked in Monday’s CIF-Southern Section Northern Division prep football poll.

Atascadero saw its highest ranking of the season with a No. 3 spot. Arroyo Grande moved up two positions from No. 9 last week to No. 7. Paso Robles moved into the rankings for the first time this season, cracking the poll at No. 9.

Other local ranked teams include Mission Prep, which remained No. 1 in the Northeast Division after a 35-7 home win over Immanuel. Morro Bay stayed at No. 9 in the Western Division after a bye.

Coast Union was the seventh-ranked team in Division 1 eight-man football.

SLO girls golf team tops Atascadero

San Luis Obispo High’s girls golf team won 230-277 against Atascadero in a PAC 7 match.

The Tigers (7-1) were led by co-medalists Neha Sikand and Nora Zakaria, who both shot 41, on the front nine of Dairy Creek Golf Course, a par 35.

San Luis Obispo’s Lisa Figueroa carded a 43, and Bee Soll finished with a 49.

Atascadero was led by McKenzi Etchison, who shot 46.

Morro Bay girls golf beats Santa Maria

Morro Bay High’s girls golf team won 300-317 over Santa Maria on Monday.

The Pirates were led by co-medalist Jamie James, who shot 54. Santa Maria’s Sabrina Arcos also carded a 54.

The match was played on the front nine of Cypress Ridge Golf Course — a par 36.

Morro Bay is 1-3 in Los Padres League dual matches and in fourth place in league.

Cabrillo girls golf edges Nipomo

Nipomo High’s girls golf team lost to visiting Cabrillo 248-252 on Monday on the front nine at Monarch Dunes Golf Course.

Nipomo’s Christian DeLaby was the medalist, carding a 43. Ashley Ruiz shot 47, and Vivian Thomas carded a 52 for the Titans.

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