Prep Roundup: Adlesh leads Mission Prep boys basketball team to win over San Luis Obispo

Mission Prep pulls away in final quarter after score was tied entering final frame

sports@thetribunenews.comDecember 12, 2013 

Quinton Adlesh led all scorers with 31 points in leading the Mission Prep boys basketball to an 81-68 win over San Luis Obispo on Thursday at Arroyo Grande’s Optimist Tournament.

Jonathan Edwards led San Luis Obispo (2-3) with 28 points and four 3-pointers. Chase Braun had 15 points. The score was tied going into the fourth quarter, but the Royals outscored the Tigers 25-12 in the final period.

Kyle Stewart had 17 points for the Royals (2-0), and Kerney Lane had 12 points.

Atascadero 82, Templeton 36

Jared Stuedemann had 15 points, all on 3-pointers, as the Greyhounds rolled at the Optimist Tournament.

Atascadero (2-0) made 17 3-pointers in the game. Robbie Berwick had 12 points and nine assists. Joe Johnson had 15 points, six assists and five steals, and Kevin Woodward had six points and five rebounds. 

The Greyhounds led 32-7 after the first quarter.

Will Mehring had 10 points for Templeton.

Paso Robles 80, Cabrillo 64

Josh Oliver and Quinn Parker led Paso Robles with 23 points and 17 points, respectively.  

The Bearcats shot 18 for 32 from the free-throw line.

Thousand Oaks 62, Arroyo Grande 49

Carson Wack had 15 points and five steals, but the Eagles lost at the Optimist Tournament.

Cobe Williams had 11 points and three assists, Curtis Schilling had 10 points and five rebounds, and Quillan Smith had five points and seven rebounds for Arroyo Grande
(4-2).

Matt Hauser had 32 points for Thousand Oaks (5-1).

Kennedy 58, Morro Bay 48

After leading by five late in the third quarter, Morro Bay (0-7) could not hold on to beat Kennedy in the Corcoran Invitational.

Laguna Blanca 46, Coast Union 35

Logan Brandt led the Broncos in scoring with 12 points in the loss.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Arroyo Grande 40, Frontier 23

Ashlyn Herlihy had 20 points, seven rebounds, six blocks and two steals to lead the Eagles at the Perry Ford Invitational, co-hosted by Morro Bay and San Luis Obispo.

Calley Pruett had eight points, and Olivia Galindo had five points and four rebounds for Arroyo Grande (3-4). 

Arroyo Grande plays Templeton at 5 p.m. today at San Luis Obispo.

Morro Bay 44, Righetti 25

The Pirates got off to a slow start and were down 12-5 before Sierra Schwellenbach scored 12 points in the second quarter to get the Pirates rolling to the win at the Perry Ford Invitational.

Schwellenbach finished with 25 points, six rebounds and four assists for the Pirates (5-0).

Ridgeview 41, Mission Prep 38

The Royals gave up a 17-14 halftime lead when they allowed the Wolf Pack to outscore them 11-6 in the third quarter at the Perry Ford Invitational. 

I’raya Smith led Mission Prep with 19 points and had five rebounds. 

Garces 64, Paso Robles 17

Gwen Lundy led the Bearcats (0-5) with five points in the Perry Ford Invitational.

BOYS SOCCER

Paso Robles 2, Coast Union 0

Hernan Hernandez scored late in the first half and assisted in the second half to lead the Bearcats at home.

Nick Gutierrez scored the other goal for Paso Robles (7-2). Justin Valenzuela had two saves. 

Jorge Renteria had six saves for Coast Union (2-6).

Morro Bay 4, St. Joseph 0

Oscar Loeza had 12 saves for the Pirates to preserve the road shutout.

Isaac Manuputy had two goals, and DC Van Beurden and Marcelino Macias each scored for Morro Bay (3-5). Van Beurden, Macias, Miguel Garcia and Carlos Moreno all had assists.

San Luis Obispo 3, Santa Ynez 3, tie

The Tigers (5-1-2) got off to a quick start in the first half with both Ricardo Martinon and Jesse Barry scoring in the first 20 minutes.

Santa Ynez scored two goals right before the half to tie it and then scored again midway through the second half to take the lead. 

Jesse Barry scored the tying goal with five minutes left in the game on an assist by Lukas Holocher.  

Santa Maria 2, Atascadero 0 

The Saints shut out the Greyhounds (4-3-1) at home. 

Arroyo Grande 0, Cabrillo 0, tie

The Eagles (3-1-1) controlled most of the game with 14 shots and goalie Danny Montero only needing to make one save in the tie.

Nipomo 3, Mission Prep 2

Nipomo’s Alexis Leyza score the game-winning goal on an assist from Mike Arezalo halfway through the second half. 

Arezalo also scored in the first half and Jason Alvarado shortly followed with a goal for Nipomo (3-6). 

Jack Mooney had two goals for Mission Prep (1-5) in the second half.

GIRLS SOCCER

Paso Robles 6, Coast Union 1

Karol Rendon led Paso Robles (5-0) with a hat trick, and Natalya Margrave had five saves.

Itzel Saavedra scored Coast Union’s goal on a free kick.

Atascadero 3, Orcutt Academy1

Nique Mack, Candace Johnson and Cass Craker all scored for the Greyhounds (4-0) as they won on the road.

Keeper Emily Johnson did not have to make a save for Atascadero.

Morro Bay 1, St. Joseph 1, tie

Madelynn Martinez had 18 saves to preserve the tie for the Pirates.

Lexi Veaman scored the lone goal for Morro Bay (1-2-1).

Nipomo 2, Fillmore 1

The Titans beat the hosts in the Grace Brethren Tournament. 

Myra Bautista and Tatianna Silva each had a goal and an assist for Nipomo (1-3-1). Yocelyn Lopez made five saves.

Pioneer Valley 4, Templeton 2

Freshman McKenzie Wilson scored his first goal for the Eagles in their home loss. 

Goalie Sammy Schmidt had six saves for Templeton (0-4). 

GIRLS WATER POLO

San Luis Obispo 9, Nipomo 8, OT

Mia Rolph scored the game-winning goal in overtime for the Tigers. 

Addie Foster scored three and Julia Donath added two more goals for San Luis Obispo (3-1). Goalie Anna Mullen had six saves for the Tigers. 

Arroyo Grande at El Nino/La Nina Tournament 

The Eagles started the day by beating Northwood 15-0 and then went on to top University 9-2. 

Brooklyn Vander Veen led the Eagles in scoring with six goals on the day, and Mealine Popovich and Rebekah Hernandez each had four goals. Hernandez scored all four of her goals in the first game for Arroyo Grande (3-0). 

Goalies Alana Benson and Kayla Mankins split the time during both games in goal and they ended the day with six saves each. 

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