Prep Roundup: Paso Robles girls win Bill Kearney track meet

sports@thetribunenews.comApril 19, 2014 

The Paso Robles High girls track and field team won the Bill Kearney Invitational in Salinas on Saturday with 83 points, and San Luis Obispo was second with 79 points.

Michaela Howard finished first in both the girls 100-meter hurdles and the 300 hurdles in 16.14 seconds and 47.34, respectively, for the Bearcats.

Howard was also part of the 4x100 relay team that finished second in 50.77, along with teammates Michelle McPherson, Natalie Barahona and Samantha Anderson.

Madison Moore, Claire Farrell, Ashley Davis and Anderson made up the 4x400 Paso Robles relay team, which finished first in 4:08.54.

Anderson also won the 100 in 12.82 and the 200 in 25.85. Moore won the 800 in 2 minutes, 18.60 seconds, and Davis won the 1,600 in 5:08.85 for the Paso Robles girls.

For the San Luis Obispo girls, the 4x100 relay team of Cassidy Block, Emma Hollister, Lexi Johnson, and Kelly McGuire had a season-best time of 50.05 in winning the event.

Cece Devaney won the discus in 118-10, placed second in the high jump at 4-10, and finished fourth in the shot put at 31-1 for the Tigers.

Dresden Smith placed second in both the 100 hurdles in 17.83 and the 300 hurdles in 49.81 for the Arroyo Grande girls.

For Mission Prep, Alyssa Caldera placed second in the 200 in 27.50 and the 400 (1:01.50).
In the boys’ events, Marcus Condit of Paso Robles won the long jump (19-3)  and the triple jump (42-5). Teammate Ethan Serpa won the 1,600 in 4:23.76.

Zach Chamberlain finished second in the 1,600 in 4:25.91 for Paso Robles.

Ray Smith won the 400 in 49.73 seconds and won the 300 hurdles in 40.98 for the San Luis Obispo boys.

William Ernst won the 3,200 (9:40) and finished second in the 800 (1:58) for the Tigers, and Dylan Smith won the pole vault at 13-7.

Patrick Laird placed third in the discus for the Mission Prep boys at 149-8, setting a school record.

Arroyo Grande at Mt. SAC Relays

Talley Hill finished second in the 800-meter race in 2 minutes, 13.92 seconds, setting a school record for the Eagles.

Angelica Gagliano finished third in the shot put at 36-10 1⁄2.

Josephine Graeber (17-1) placed sixth in the long jump.

Russell Cup Invitational

In Carpinteria, Kyra Meko won the girls 1,600-meter race in 5:04.99 to set a Nipomo girls school record.

Meko came back later in the day to win the 800 in 2:21.07.

Gracie Albano, also running for the Titans, came in third in the 1,600 (5:09.61) and fourth in the 800 (2:23.57), and Cassie Dittenhoefer finished fourth in the 3,200 (11:54.38).

Annalise Ketz medaled in the long jump with a mark of 15-0 1⁄4.

For Morro Bay, Sierra Emrick won the girls pole vault at 10-9.

In the boys 1,600, Morro Bay’s Austin Lay was second (4:23.50), and Andrew Stafford (4:26.72) was third.

Kendrick Kezler placed second in the triple jump (42-10 1⁄2), third in the high jump (5-11) and fourth in the long jump (20-5 1⁄2).


Softball by the Beach Tournament

Danielle Lambert hit a three-run home run and Chloe Kerns hit a two-run home run, leading Paso Robles to a 7-0 win over San Luis Obispo in the tournament hosted by Arroyo Grande.

Arroyo Grande beat Paso Robles 5-4 in its first game, and Dailey Killough hit a two-run home run for the Eagles (8-12).

San Luis Obispo then beat Arroyo Grande 3-1 in five innings.

For the Tigers (7-14), Marissa Piatt doubled, and Samantha Good had seven strikeouts. Both Piatt and Good scored one run.

Bri Sa held to St. Joseph to two hits in Nipomo’s 1-0 loss.

Nipomo (12-9) beat Cabrillo 8-7 in four innings, rallying from a 7-2 deficit.

Sa hit a three-run triple and was able to score on a wild pitch. Saundra Renner had a double, and Vanessa Davis had three RBI.


Aquinas 7, Mission Prep 6

The Royals led 6-0 going into the second inning after Trevor Fernandez hit a two-run triple, and Carson O’Connor drove in two runs on a single.

O’Connor finished 2 for 4 with two singles for Mission Prep (3-13) and Fernandez was also 2 for 4.

Marco Ferdinandi was 2 for 3 with a single and a double for the Royals, and on the mound, Hunter Losee struck out three.

Mission Prep gave up a total of five runs between the fifth and sixth innings.

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