Prep Roundup: Midyett’s late bucket leads Arroyo Grande boys basketball team to win over Paso Robles

sports@thetribunenews.comFebruary 12, 2014 

Andrew Midyett scored a bucket as the clock expired, giving the Arroyo Grande High boys basketball team a 48-47 win over Paso Robles on Wednesday night in Arroyo Grande. 

With less than one minute left in the game, Kevin Ikeda stole the ball and made a layup to give the Eagles (19-8, 9-3 PAC 7) a two-point lead. Anthony Spencer then made a 3-pointer with 10 seconds left, putting the Bearcats back on top by one before Midyett hit the game-winning basket.

Carson Wack had a game-high 14 points for Arroyo Grande, while Anthony Spencer and Jaylon Davis led Paso Robles (10-14, 2-9) with 11 points each. 

Atascadero 55, Righetti 42

Joe Johnson scored 15 points, and Connor Kim had 11 for the Greyhounds (21-2, 11-0 

PAC 7), who outscored Righetti 15-8 in the third quarter after leading by just one at halftime.

Jared Stuedemann and Kevin Woodard both had nine for Atascadero, which hosts Pioneer Valley on Friday for a chance to finish the league season undefeated.

Cameron Walker scored 31 points in the loss for the Warriors.

St. Joseph 68, San Luis Obispo 56

Sam Santos led San Luis Obispo (5-18, 3-9 PAC 7) in scoring with 16 points as the Tigers fell on the road.

Morro Bay 74, Orcutt Academy 71

Solomon Ruddell led the Pirates to their second win of the season with 18 points, 11 rebounds and seven blocks. 

Dustin Limon scored a career-high 15 points for Morro Bay (2-23). 

Marjoe Delacruz also scored 15, including a layup with a minute to go to secure the victory. 


Atascadero 43, Righetti 42

Sabrina Degnan had 19 points, 16 rebounds and a game-winning shot in the final two seconds to propel the Greyhounds (14-8, 7-4 PAC 7). Atascadero started the fourth quarter down by nine, but scored 16 in the final quarter to complete the comeback.

Arroyo Grande 40, Paso Robles 18

Olivia Galindo had 10 points, six rebounds, six steals and three assists, and Ashlyn Herlihy had 10 points to lead the Eagles (11-14, 6-6 PAC 7). The Bearcats’ (1-21, 0-11) leading scorer was Rosie Rojas with seven points.

San Luis Obispo 44, St. Joseph 43 

Stephanie Brenner made a layup with less than a minute left to lift the Tigers. 

San Luis Obispo (13-9, 5-6 PAC 7) trailed the entire game until that bucket, and outscored St. Joseph 30-8 in the second half to come from behind. 

Jessica Judge led the Tigers with 20 points, and Brenner had eight points and 14 rebounds. 

Morro Bay 49, Mission Prep 39

Sierra Schwellenbach scored a game-high 18 to lead the Pirates, who led 24-18 at halftime. 

I’raya Smith led the Royals in scoring with 13 points.


San Luis Obispo 3, St. Joseph 0

The Tigers scored all of their goals in the first half in their shutout win over the Knights. 

Ty Cooper, Vegard Grut and Ben Lindahl scored for San Luis Obispo (18-4-2, 9-2 PAC 7). 

Cameron Wright and Christian Cabrales both had one save for the Tigers. 


Righetti 2, Atascadero 1

The Greyhounds could not overcome two early goals by the Warriors. 

Maia Mumford scored a second-half penalty kick for Atascadero (13-10-1, 3-7-1 PAC 7). Emily Johnson had four saves for the Greyhounds.


PAC 7 Tournament 

Arroyo Grande went 2-0, beating San Luis Obispo 17-1 in the first game and Paso Robles 18-3 in the second. 

Isabella Manuele scored 13 goals on the day for the Eagles (18-8). 

Kayla Mankins made eight saves for Arroyo Grande, and Alana Benson had seven. 

The Eagles will play in the semifinals Friday. 

Paso Robles defeated San Luis Obispo 6-2 earlier in the day. 

Shannon Reed led the Bearcats (12-13) with two goals, and goalie Kelsey Lewis had 21 saves. 

Atascadero scored four goals in the fourth quarter against Righetti to tie the score at six, but lost 10-7 in overtime.

Kylie Ferree scored the tying goal for Atascadero (17-9), and had four goals on the day.

The Greyhounds beat St. Joseph 10-7 in their first game. 

Lauren Giggy had 18 saves combined. 


Los Padres League Finals

Three first-place finishes and a third-place finish led Morro Bay to a fifth-place finish. Joe Morris (106 pounds), Richard Beecham (145) and Chris Maez (182) finished first for the Pirates, and Tony Martinez (152) finished third.


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