Prep Roundup: Paso Robles rallies to beat Templeton in boys basketball

San Luis Obispo boys, girls also win basketball games

San Luis Obispo - The TribuneDecember 10, 2013 

Jaylon Davis and Anthony Spencer led the Paso Robles High boys basketball team to a 41-34 comeback win at Templeton on Tuesday night.

Davis finished with 18 points and Spencer had 13, and they both hit two 3-pointers in the fourth quarter. 

The Bearcats (5-0) overcame a seven-point deficit entering the fourth period.

Paso Robles was 10 for 14 from the free-throw line in the game, while Templeton was 6 for 15 from the foul line and committed 24 turnovers.

Matt Jardini led the Eagles (0-2) with 14 points, and Will Mehring had six points.

San Luis Obispo 67, Morro Bay 36

Eleven players scored for the Tigers as they rolled past the Pirates at home.

Jonathan Edwards led San Luis Obispo (2-2) with 13 points. Nick Walter, Matthew Blaney and Sam Thompson all had nine points. 

San Luis Obispo outscored Morro Bay by at least eight points in each of the first three quarters.

Diego Rivera led the Pirates with 10 points, and Noah Agapy had eight points.

Northwest Christian 70, Shandon 63

A shootout between Shandon’s Cicero Goddard and Northwest Christian’s Davon Townes was ultimately decided at the free-throw line. 

Northwest Christian was 21 of 31 at the free-throw line, and the Outlaws were 7 of 9 from the line. 

Goddard had 38 points with four 3-pointers compared to Townes’ 53 points. 

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Templeton 56, Paso Robles 24 

Mari Stewart led the Eagles with 31 points, 12 rebounds and seven steals in a win over the Bearcats. 

Stewart also went 7 of 8 from the foul line. 

Marissa Torres had 10 points and seven steals for Templeton (2-0). 

The score was tied at 10 after the first quarter, and then the Eagles outscored the Bearcats 13-2 in the second and 24-9 in the third. 

Jamika Martin led Paso Robles with seven points. 

San Luis Obispo 66, Coast Union 5

San Luis Obispo (3-2) cruised to the win as Jessica Judge led the Tigers with 14 points. 

Natalia Demartini added 13 for San Luis Obispo.

BOYS SOCCER

Atascadero 3, Morro Bay 0

Josh McEwen and Alfredo Sanchez each had a goal to lead the visiting Greyhounds.

Justin Boyd converted a penalty kick after a foul in the box for Atascadero (4-2-1), and Boyd and Connor Setting had assists. David Hernandez made four saves.

Oscar Loeza had six saves for Morro Bay (2-5).

Nipomo 4, St. Joseph 2

Mike Arevaldo led the Titans with two goals, including a second-half penalty kick, and an assist in the win.

Regelio Flores had two goals and Andres Figueroa had an assist for Nipomo 

(2-6). Johann Ayala made three saves.

Arroyo Grande 2, Santa Ynez 1

Brian Wright scored on a header off a corner kick by Christian Merino, and Raul Munoz added the insurance goal to make the score 2-0 off an assist by Leo Zarate for the Eagles (3-0). 

Danny Montero had three saves.

Santa Maria 5, Paso Robles 0

The Bearcats fell to 6-2 with the nonleague loss.

Templeton 2, Righetti 1

Jose Garcia broke the game open with a rebound goal halfway through the first half for the Eagles. 

In the second half, Austin Alarcon secured the win with an unassisted goal for Templeton (1-2). 

Yusuke Yokoto had nine saves.

Mission Prep 1, Coast Union 0

Stephen Orradre scored late in the first half, and Paul Tompkins made nine saves in goal to lead the Royals 

(1-2) past the Broncos at home. Jack Mooney assisted the goal.

Juan Leonardo made four saves for the Broncos (1-5).

GIRLS SOCCER

San Luis Obispo 3, Lompoc 0

Katarina Drake scored San Luis Obispo’s first goal off a corner kick from Sydney Knauer. 

Knauer tallied the next goal on an assist from Cassidy Block, and Kelsey Shetler rounded out the scoring on an assist by Ellee Shields.

Lily McCann made one save for the Tigers (3-0).

Nipomo 1, St. Joseph 1

Vanessa Avila scored the game-tying goal for Nipomo (0-3-1). 

GIRLS SOCCER

Arroyo Grande 1, Santa Ynez 0

Richelle Knupper scored the game’s only goal, assisted by Brie Welch. 

Arroyo Grande (3-0) held Santa Ynez to no shots on keeper Kendall Bowers.  

The Eagles are ranked No. 3 in the CIF-Southern Section Division 3 poll this week.  

Paso Robles 8, Orcutt Academy 0

Karol Rendon scored five goals for the Bearcats against the Spartans. 

Michaela Howard and Emily Brown scored a goal apiece for Paso Robles (4-0). 

Goalie Natalya Margrove had two saves for the Bearcats.

Atascadero 4, Morro Bay 1

Brittni Frace and Brynn Frace both scored for the Greyhounds. 

Goalie Emily Johnson recorded one save for Atascadero (4-2).

Sophia Reuf scored Morro Bay’s only goal, and keeper Madeline Martinez had six saves for the Pirates (1-2).  

Mission Prep 1, Coast Union 0

Goalie Cynthia Cadena had 11 saves for Coast Union (0-3). 

No information was provided by Mission Prep.

GIRLS WATER POLO 

Atascadero 20, Morro Bay 0

Megan Hendrickson led the Greyhounds with five goals, and Mika Williams had four in their rout of the Pirates.

Goalie Riley Brown had four saves for Atascadero (4-2).    

BOYS WRESTLING 

Nipomo 63, St. Joseph 6 

Winning by pin for the Titans were Humberto Ponce (113 pounds), Christian Cortez (152) and John Renner (170). 

The Titans also won five matches by forfeit and three by decisions. 

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