Prep Roundup: Morro Bay downs San Luis Obispo, 7-5, in softball

sports@thetribunenews.comMarch 11, 2014 

Jordan Ferring went 2 for 2 and drove in two runs for the Morro Bay High softball team in its 7-5 road win over San Luis Obispo on Tuesday.  

Pitcher Marissa Tabares pitched 5 1⁄3 innings for Morro Bay (1-4). 

Bee Soll went 2 for 3 at the plate and scored one run for San Luis Obispo (1-2).

Both teams scored four runs in the fourth inning, and the Pirates scored three in the top of the seventh to earn their first victory of the season.

Coast Union 13, Mission Prep 0

Elizabeth Magnuson pitched a complete-game, two-hitter for the Broncos. 

Cristina Plasencia had three hits for Coast Union (1-2), including a two-run double and a two-run single. 

Patti Bucia also had three hits for the Broncos and drove in three runs. 


Paso Robles 3, Nipomo 1

Christian Erickson drove in two runs for the Bearcats, and pitcher Nolan Binkele went 4 1⁄3 innings and gave up four hits for Paso Robles (2-0-1).

Alex Morales drove in the only run for Nipomo (1-2).

Templeton 3, Mission Prep 0

Spencer Howard pitched four innings for the Eagles, striking out seven and allowing two hits against the Royal (1-2). 

Jack Walsh hit a triple for Templeton (1-2) and scored on a Marc Lardner single. Walsh hit a sacrifice fly later in the game for another run. 

Arroyo Grande 15, Morro Bay 5

Nash Ackerman scored two runs and drove in two more on two hits for the Eagles. 

Garrett Ball was 2 for 3 for Arroyo Grande (1-2) and scoring four runs. 

Dan Beavers went 3 for 4 with three RBI for the Pirates (0-3). 

Atascadero 7, Santa Maria 6

Ty Townsend was 2 for 3 with a double for the Greyhounds. 

Zach Austin pitched five innings, striking out four and giving up one earned run for Atascadero (1-2). 

Lompoc 5, San Luis Obispo 2

San Luis Obispo’s (1-2) Thomas Orradre hit a single in the second, bringing home Brandon Mallory. Orradre then scored on Andrew Guitterez’s single later in the inning. 


Atascadero 13, Morro Bay 5

Brendan Adams and Elias Jordan both swept in singles play for the Greyhounds (7-1). 

Atascadero’s Andrew Sedley and Dylan Head swept their doubles sets. 

Keelan Rarig and Mark Olson swept the two sets they played together for Morro Bay (2-2). 

Arroyo Grande 10, Templeton 8

Derek Lakowske swept his singles sets for the Eagles, winning all but one game. 

The  doubles team of Ryan Stier and Andrew Archangel also swept their sets for Arroyo Grande (4-3). 

Paso Robles 17, Coast Union 1

Mitchell Keller didn’t drop a game in sweeping his singles sets for the Bearcats.

Mayer Pohlod also dominated for 

Paso Robles (3-1), winning all three sets and all but one game.  

The doubles team of Ryan Shepard and Warren Willis also swept its sets for the Bearcats. 


Morro Bay 252, Orcutt Academy 256

Medalist Luca Bruno shot a 3-over 38 for the Pirates on nine holes at Morro Bay Golf Course. 

Garrett Holdstock, and Noah Martinez both shot 50 for Morro Bay (2-1). 

San Luis Obispo 386, Righetti 391

Medalist Kush Sikand shot 2-under 69 for the Tigers at Dairy Creek Golf Course.

Trevor Porter shot a 77, and Nils Figueroa shot 79 for San Luis Obispo (3-0). 


San Luis Obispo 3, Mission Prep 2 

The Tigers topped the Royals 24-26, 25-14, 20-25, 25-16, 15-7. 

Shea McSorley led San Luis Obispo (5-3) with 18 kills, and Rennie Heza had 38 assists. 

Jack Mooney tallied 18 kills and 15 digs for Mission Prep (5-4). 

Santa Maria 3, Paso Robles 1

The Saints beat the Bearcats 25-15, 24-26, 25-17, 25-23.

Riley Bookus led the Bearcats with 20 kills, 10 aces and nine assists.  

Dos Pueblos 3, Arroyo Grande 0

Cameron Arnett had eight kills and Keanu Morrison had six for the Eagles (5-3), who lost 25-21, 25-18, 25-21. 

Orcutt Academy 3, Nipomo 2

Noah Banks had five kills and Cody Allred had eight aces for the Titans (0-3), who fell 15-25, 25-16, 22-25, 25-23, 15-8. 


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