Prep Roundup: Goodall helps Titans sweep twin bill

Pitcher has five hits, six RBI combined at plate as Nipomo softball dominates Carpinteria

sports@thetribunenews.comMarch 23, 2014 

Hope Goodall went 5 for 8 with six RBI and pitched nine innings with five strikeouts as the Nipomo High softball team swept visiting Carpinteria 10-2 and 15-3 in a doubleheader Saturday.

Marisa Rodriguez relieved Goodall in the second inning of the second game and finished with three strikeouts. Rodriguez also went 2 for 5 on the day with a double, a triple and four RBI. 

Anahi Vences went 5 for 8 with three doubles and scored six runs for the Titans (8-4). Vanessa Davis had four hits with two doubles.

San Luis Obispo 10-3, Santa Maria 6-9

Hanna Murphy, Megan Norris and Rhiannon Ferriday all went 2 for 4 for the Tigers in the first game. Murphy and Ferriday had two RBI each.

Marissa Piatt led San Luis Obispo in the second game, going 3 for 3 with a double and a triple. Bee Soll doubled home a run to record the Tigers’ (4-4) only other hit.


Santa Barbara Easter Relays

Arroyo Grande’s Talley Hill won the girls 1,500-meter run in 4 minutes, 43.27 seconds and was on the second-place girls distance medley relay (12:522.2) with Elizabeth Heyde, Jocelyn Reynolds and Leza Cassidy. Josephine Graeber finished second in the long jump at 16 feet, 5 1⁄4 inches and third in the high jump (4-10).

Paso Robles’ Ashley Davis, Annie Needer, Claire Farrell and Maddi Moore won the girls 4x800 (9:45.65). Sami Anderson finished third in the girls 100 (13.03). Anderson joined Davis, Needer and Moore on the third-place distance medley relay (12:55).

Nipomo’s Cassidy Dittenhoefer, Kelly Springford, Grace Albano and Kyra Meko won the girls distance medley (9:47.75). Allie Molesky finished third in the 100 hurdles (16.3).

In the boys 1,500, the Eagles’ John Nichols won (4:08.8), and teammate Joey Rodgers finished third (4:10.1). Christian Rickets finished third in the 3,000 (8:55.3).

The Bearcats’ Kyle Rivera, Ethan Serpa, Tommy Frey and Sid Monge won the boys 4x800 (8:23.21) and the distance medley relay (10:51). Johan Cole won the boys discus (147-11) for Paso Robles.

Titans senior Jared Springer won the shot put (53-1 1⁄2). Kendrick Kessler won the high jump (6-2), and Luke Nicholson finished third (6-0).


San Luis Obispo at Clovis Invitational

The Tigers finished seventh out of nine teams at the relay-only Clovis Invitational.

Tim Mass, Ben Hurley, Taylor Gater and Evan Holtz finished fifth in the crescendo relay in 4:38.92. The crescendo relay is when the first swimmer swims 50 yards freestyle, the second swims 100, the third swims 150 and the fourth swims 200.

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