Prep Roundup: Arroyo Grande downs Paso Robles in PAC 7 boys basketball

Arroyo Grande, Templeton, Morro Bay among girls basketball winners

sports@thetribunenews.comJanuary 22, 2014 

The Arroyo Grande High boys basketball team went on the road and beat Paso Robles 60-50 on Wednesday.

The Eagles (15-6, 5-1 PAC 7) got out to a fast start, scoring 17 points in the first quarter and had a 13-point lead at the half. 

The Bearcats (10-8, 2-3) bounced back, scoring 23 in the third quarter, but Arroyo Grande made 11 of 12 free throws in the fourth quarter to put the game away. 

Arroyo Grande’s Andrew Midyett was the game’s leading scorer with 19 points. Anthony Spencer finished with 16 points for Paso Robles, and Jaylon Davis added 12.

St. Joseph 51, San Luis Obispo 45

Matthew Blaney led the Tigers with 13 points in their home loss to the Knights. 

Sam Thompson added 10 points for San Luis Obispo (3-14, 1-5 PAC 7). 

Templeton 68,Nipomo 57

Seniors Matt Jardini, Clark Burton and Will Mehring took over the fourth quarter for the Eagles as they outscored the Titans 22-11 after the game was tied at 46 entering the fourth period. 

Mehring had a team-high 28 points for Templeton (6-10, 3-2 Los Padres League) and 15 rebounds. Burton added 19 points, and Jardini had 18. 

Luke Nicholson led Nipomo (3-13, 1-5 LPL) with19 points. 

Lompoc 68, Morro Bay 30

Playing without center Solomon Ruddell, the Pirates fell to the Braves on the road.

Noah Agapay scored 10 points for Morro Bay (1-18, 0-6 LPL). 

Mission Prep 85, Cabrillo 56

Brandon Jones had 25 points, eight rebounds and four assists for the Royals. 

Quinton Adlesh added 23 points, grabbed six boards and dished out six assists for Mission Prep (14-4), which also got 10 rebounds from Kyle Stewart.

GIRLS BASKETBALL 

Righetti 49, Atascadero 46

The Greyhounds out-scored the Warriors 14-7 in the third quarter to tie the score at 34 going into the fourth, but fell short. 

Maddie Leong led Atascadero (13-6, 3-2 PAC 7) in scoring with 12 points. 

St. Joseph 53, San Luis Obispo 40

Jessica Judge and Natalia Demartini both scored in double figures for the Tigers, but it was not enough to top the Knights. 

Judge had 18 points, and Demartini added 16 for 

San Luis Obispo (10-6, 2-3 PAC 7). 

Templeton 69,Nipomo 44

Mari Stewart had 29 points and 16 rebounds to go along with Autumn Russell’s 16 points for the Eagles (15-2, 5-0 LPL).  

Marissa Torres had 10 points, six rebounds and five assists for the Eagles. 

Taylor Nevitt was the leading scorer for the Titans (4-15, 2-4) with 13 points.

Arroyo Grande 46, Paso Robles 15

Kaylee Popovich led the Eagles with 12 points, and Ashlyn Herlihy had five point, seven rebounds and two blocks for Arroyo Grande (8-11, 3-3 PAC 7). 

Natalie Barahona had a team-high six points for Paso Robles (1-16, 0-5 PAC 7). 

The Eagles led 26-15 at halftime and outscored the Bearcats 20-0 in the second half. 

Morro Bay 45, Lompoc 34

Sierra Schwellenbach had 20 points, 10 rebounds and seven assists to lead the Pirates. 

Morro Bay (13-2, 5-1 LPL) was up by 15 points at the half but had to hold off a 16-point fourth quarter by the Braves (10-9, 3-3) to secure the win. 

Rylee Sager and Chrisshnay Brown each had11 points for Lompoc. 

Mission Prep 39, Cabrillo 31

I’raya Smith led the Royals (10-7) with 13 points and scored nine of them in the first half to help give them a 24-12 lead by the half. 

A 13-point third quarter by Cabrillo helped cut the lead to seven, but Mission Prep held off the Conquistadores in the fourth quarter. 

BOYS SOCCER

San Luis Obispo 10, St. Joseph 0 

Lukas Holocher had a hat trick for the Tigers. 

Jesse Barry added two goals for San Luis Obispo (12-3-2, 4-1 PAC 7), and goalie Christian Cabrales had two saves and played the entire game to shut out the Knights. 

Righetti 3, Atascadero 1

The Warriors scored two goals before Blaine Aguair cut the deficit in half for the Greyhounds (5-10-1, 1-4 PAC 7). 

Righetti went on to score an insurance goal with less than 10 minutes left.

Arroyo Grande 6, Paso Robles 3

Fernando Lara scored in the first minute off an assist from Brian Wright for the Eagles (10-4-2, 5-1 PAC 7). 

Miguel Fregoso scored the next three goals for Arroyo Grande, which led 4-1 at halftime.

Hosanna Cassidy and Juan Jazo scored the final two goals for the Eagles. 

Luis Reyes, Rafael Roman and Josue Ojeda scored for the Bearcats (10-7, 2-3). 

GIRLS SOCCER

Arroyo Grande 2, Paso Robles 0

Natalya Marcove recorded 24 saves in goal for the Bearcats (10-7, 1-4 PAC 7).

No information was provided for the Eagles. 

San Luis Obispo 4, St. Joseph 0

Sydney Tamaki scored first off a through ball from Sydney Knauer in the first half. 

The Tigers (10-2-3, 4-0-1 PAC 7) scored once more in the first half when Kelsey Harper scored an unassisted goal on a shot from outside the 18-yard box.

Knauer scored off a ball played across the box from Tamaki, and Ellee Shields scored on a cross from Sierra Nunes for San Luis Obispo’s last two goals. 

Lily McCann had four saves for the Tigers.

Righetti 2, Atascadero 0 

The Greyhounds had three breakaways in the first half but were unable to capitalize as the Warriors shut them out. 

Keeper Emily Johnson had nine saves for Atascadero (9-7-1, 0-4-1 PAC 7).

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