Prep Roundup: San Luis Obispo rolls past Paso Robles in boys tennis

sports@thetribunenews.comApril 17, 2014 

Luke Olson and Mason Hansen didn’t drop a game in their doubles sets as the San Luis Obispo High boys tennis team beat Paso Robles 17-1 on Thursday night in San Luis Obispo to stay undefeated in league play.

The doubles pairings of Pablo Caminada and Elijah Selman (6-1, 6-0, 6-0) and Scott Hicks and Adie Alwen (6-2, 6-1, 6-0) also swept their sets for San Luis Obispo (18-1, 9-0 PAC 7).

Ryan Hsieh (6-3, 6-2, 6-1) and Chase Braun (6-2, 6-1, 6-0) rolled in singles for the Tigers.


St. Joseph 7, San Luis Obispo 5

The Tigers scored four runs in the first inning, but the Knights came back to score three in the third, two in the fourth and two in the sixth.

Jeremy Jess was 2 for 4 with an RBI and a run for San Luis Obispo (2-13, 1-9 PAC 7), and Thomas Orradre and Kelly Ziegler also drove in runs.


Pioneer Valley 7, San Luis Obispo 4

Marissa Piatt and Samantha Good both collected three hits as the Tigers fell at home.

Piatt hit two doubles and scored a run, and Good drove in a run and scored another.

Hanna Murphy doubled home a pair of runs for San Luis Obispo (6-10, 1-6 PAC 7), and Hanna Gibbs struck out three in a complete-game performance.

Righetti 12, Paso Robles 0

Stephanie Villalovos pitched a perfect game with two strikeouts for Righetti as the Bearcats lost at home.


PAC 7 Tournament

San Luis Obispo’s Andy Eppright and Paso Robles’ Greg Potruch both shot 7-over 79 to earn co-medalist honors at the San Luis Obispo Country Club.

The Tigers won the team race at 415, followed by Arroyo Grande (426), Paso Robles (427), Righetti (442), Atascadero (442), St. Joseph (493) and Pioneer Valley (562).

Michael Daigle shot an 80 for San Luis Obispo.

Conner Sandman shot an 81 to lead the Eagles.

Cole Cargill carded an 83 for the Bearcats.

Atascadero was led by Ryan O’Connell’s 84.


San Luis Obispo 3, Pioneer Valley 0

Shea McSorley had 10 kills and six aces as the Tigers won 25-18, 25-16, 25-18.

Rennie Heza had 24 assists, and Dillon Walter had eight kills for San Luis Obispo (11-6, 4-3 PAC 7).


San Luis Obispo three-way meet

Evan Holtz won the boys 200-yard freestyle in 1 minute, 48.54 seconds and was on the winning 400 freestyle relay (3:35.08) and 200 medley relay (1:49.95) as San Luis Obispo beat Orcutt Academy 66-35 and Mission Prep 72-24 in a three-way meet.

Taylor Gater won the boys 500 freestyle (5:15.82) and was on both winning relays for the Tigers (6-3).

The Mission Prep boys team lost to Orcutt Academy 60-38.

Boys: Paso Robles 190, Pioneer Valley 42; Girls: Paso Robles 200, Pioneer Valley 54

Taylor Paige won the boys 200 freestyle, the 100 freestyle, and was on the winning 200 medley and 400 freestyle relays to lead the Bearcats (7-2, 4-2 PAC 7).

Kasey Moffitt won the girls 100 freestyle, 100 backstroke, and was on the 200 medley relay, and Amanda Oliver won the 200 freestyle, 500 freestyle, and was on the 200 freestyle relay.
Both girls were on the winning 400 freestyle relay for the Paso Robles (7-2, 5-1 PAC 7).

Times could not be provided as the timing equipment malfunctioned.


Boys: Arroyo Grande 105, St. Joseph 30; Girls: Arroyo Grande 97, St. Joseph 38
Sean St. Denis won the boys high jump in 5 feet, 10 inches, the 200-meter dash in 23.26 seconds, and was on the winning 4x100 (45.18) and 4x400 (3:39.22) relays.

Nathan Pino won the boys shot put (44-10) and discus (142-6) for Arroyo Grande (5-1).

On the girls side, Vanlisa Phung won the 100 (12.32), the 200 (27.4), and was on the winning 4x100 (50.9) relay.

Josephine Graeber won the girls long jump (16-1) and the triple jump (33-3) for the Eagles (6-0).

Boys: Righetti 84, Atascadero 46; Girls: Atascadero 75, Righetti 54

Angelica Cusworth won the girls 400 (1:00.9) and 300 hurdles (46.4), and Sarah Stafford won the discus (113-7) and the shot put (39-0) for the Greyhounds (2-4).

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