Prep Playoff Roundup: San Luis Obispo rolls to 4-0 girls soccer win over Crescenta

Elsewhere, Arroyo Grande also wins in soccer playoffs, and Mission Prep wins in boys basketball playoffs

sports@thetribunenews.comFebruary 21, 2014 

The San Luis Obispo High girls soccer team shut out Crescenta 4-0 on Friday in the first round of the CIF-Southern Section Division 3 playoffs. 

Katarina Drake got the Tigers (17-4-3) off to an early lead by heading Sydney Knauer’s corner kick into the goal. 

Sierra Nunes had a breakaway goal in the first half, and Sydney Tamaki broke away to score in the second half. 

The final goal for San Luis Obispo came from Ellie Shields when she redirected Lauren Hutkin’s free kick into the net from 18 yards out.

Cece Devaney had two saves. 

San Luis Obispo will play Cypress or Burroughs in the second round Wednesday.

Arroyo Grande 3, La Reina 0

K.K. Parker netted two goals for the Eagles in their Division 3 playoff win. 

Parker scored the first goal for Arroyo Grande (16-4-4) in the first half, and the second at the beginning of the second half. 

Josephine Graeber scored the Eagles’ final goal. 

Kendall Bowers recorded two saves for Arroyo Grande, which will play Barstow or Yorba Linda on Wednesday. 

Los Altos 3, Atascadero 0

The Greyhounds (14-21-1) had four shots on goal, but failed to score in their Division 3 playoff loss. 

Emily Johnson had six saves. 


Mission Prep 65, Morningside 62

Brandon Jones made one of two free throws to extend the Royals’ lead to three with 15 seconds left in their Division 4AA second-round playoff game. 

Morningside then missed its final 3-point attempt with four seconds left to secure the victory for Mission Prep (23-4). 

Jones finished with 18 points. 

The Royals were up by 10 with 90 seconds left but turned the ball over twice and allowed Morningside to go on an 8-0 run. 

Quinton Adlesh led Mission Prep with 23 points and seven assists, and Kerney Lane had 17 points and 11 rebounds. 

The Royals will meet Laguna Beach in the quarterfinals Tuesday.

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