Prep Roundup: Berwick, Adlesh, Leong earn Southern Section basketball honors

sports@thetribunenews.comMarch 24, 2014 

Atascadero High’s Robbie Berwick led the Greyhounds to a 12-0 PAC 7 record and a trip to the CIF-Southern Section Division 3AA quarterfinals.

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Atascadero High’s Robbie Berwick and Maddie Leong, and Mission Prep’s Quinton Adlesh were all named to their respective division’s all-CIF-Southern Section teams Monday.

Berwick, a senior, was named to the boys Division 3AA team, Adlesh, a junior, was named to the boys Division 4AA team, and Leong, a junior, was named to the girls Division 3A team.

Berwick led the Greyhounds to a 12-0 record and their second straight PAC 7 title and to the quarterfinals of the Division 3AA playoffs where they lost to Servite.

Adlesh led his team to the Division 4AA semifinals where they lost to Oaks Christian.

Oaks Christian’s Aleks Abrams, a senior, who has committed to Cal Poly, was also on the boys Division 4AA team.

Leong led the Atascadero girls to the quarterfinals of the Division 3A playoffs.

BOYS GOLF

Righetti 422, Atascadero 427

At Chalk Mountain Golf Course, the Greyhounds’ Donnie Hedrick took medalist honors with a 3-over 75, but the Warriors squeaked past Atascadero.

Brandon Erickson shot an 82 for Atascadero (3-1, 1-1 PAC 7).

Ian Stellar led Righetti with an 81.

Santa Maria 248, Morro Bay 261

At Morro Bay Golf Course, the Pirates’ Luca Vruno took medalist honors with a 4-over 39 for nine holes, but the Saints topped the Pirates (2-7, 0-6 Los Padres League).

Garrett Holdstock added a 54 for Morro Bay.

Mission Prep 256, Orcutt Academy 257

At Rancho Maria Golf Club in Orcutt, Robert Vall shot an 8-over 43 for nine holes to lead the Royals (1-4) to their first win of the season.

Gavin Storrs shot a 49 for the Royals.

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