The Arroyo Grande High girls’ basketball team rallied in the second half against Mission Prep to win its 13th straight game, 53-40, at home on Monday night.
Ashlyn Herlihy led the Eagles (17-2, 8-0 PAC 8) with 15 points, Meghan Smith added 10 points as and the team outscored the visiting Royals 31-14 in the second half.
Jenn Johnson and Alaina Hogeboom each had eight points for the Eagles.
Noelle Laird had 10 points for the Royals (11-7, 4-4), who saw a 26-22 advantage at halftime vanish in the third quarter.
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Atascadero 37, Paso Robles 31
Maddie Leong scored 21 points to lead the Greyhounds to a home win.
Leong made four 3-pointers and Sabrina Degnan added 10 points to lead Atascadero (9-9, 2-6 PAC 8).
Rosie Rojas had nine points for Paso Robles (5-13, 2-6).
San Luis Obispo 42, Righetti 30
The Tigers broke open a close game after halftime for a home win.
Cami Storlie scored 15 points and had four assists and three steals, and Stephanie Brenner added 12 points, six rebounds and two blocks for San Luis Obispo (10-10, 3-5 PAC 8).
Cabrilllo 51, Nipomo 35
Nipomo trailed by 21 at halftime in a Los Padres League loss at home.
Kylie Mendez had 10 points, and Jordynn Dorado added eight for the Titans (6-14, 3-5).
Santa Maria 61, Morro Bay 42
Eliza Lewis led the Pirates (8-11, 3-4 Los Padres League) with 19 points, as Morro Bay couldn’t overcome a strong first half by the visiting Saints.
Olivia MacDonald added 12 points, and Alexis Lewis had six as well in the loss.
Paso Robles 57, Atascadero 42
The Bearcats got a PAC 8 road win over its rival.
Josh Oliver had 23 points and 11 rebounds, and Quinn Parker added 16 points, six steals and four assists for Paso Robles (8-11, 3-5).
Taylor Kim had 16 points and Ryan O’Connell had 10 for Atascadero (10-9, 4-4).
Righetti 57, San Luis Obispo 37
After going down 30-11 by halftime, the Tigers (7-15, 0-8 PAC 8) lost at home.
Sam Santos led the team with 12 points, while Chase Braun added seven.
Santa Ynez 55, Templeton 50
Aidan Sarbeck had a triple-double for the Eagles, whose fourth-quarter rally fell short at home.
Sarbeck scored 16 points, and had 14 rebounds and 11 steals for Templeton (4-11, 1-7 LPL). Robby Kaiser added14 points.
Templeton trailed 34-26 after three quarters, then exploded for 24 points in the fourth.
Cabrillo 83, Nipomo 53
Freddy Ruiz had 15 points in the loss for the Titans (7-12, 4-4 LPL) at Cabrillo.
Tyler Diaz and Matt Ramsey added six and five points each, respectively.
Santa Maria 64, Morro Bay 48
Spencer Cecil’s 17 points and nine rebounds weren’t enough for Morro Bay to earn a win against the visiting Saints.
The Pirates (5-14, 1-6 LPL) were down 19-18 at halftime but a second half scoring barrage by the Saints kept the Pirates from taking the lead.
Paso Robles 1, Atascadero 0 (OT)
Carson Setting had 12 saves for the Greyhounds (3-15-1, 0-8 PAC 8), who couldn’t manage to score in overtime as the Bearcats (8-1-5, 5-1-2) scored in the 92nd minute to earn the win.
San Luis Obispo 9, Righetti 1
Peter Delkeskamp and Jessee Barry each had a pair of goals as San Luis Obispo (12-1-3, 5-1-2 PAC 8) jumped out to a 5-0 lead by halftime. Five other players scored goals for the Tigers, who have outscored their opponents 26-1 over the past four games.
Arroyo Grande 6, Mission Prep 2
Hosanna Cassidy had a pair of goals, while Matthew Sill, Christian Moreno, Juan Jazo, and Nathanial Zachrich all added one each in the win for the Eagles (11-5-1, 5-2-1 PAC 8).
Arroyo Grande had 15 of 33 shots on goal compared to two of five for the Royals (2-14-0, 1-7-0), who went up 1-0 early before the Eagles scored three unanswered goals in the first half.
Arroyo Grande 2, Mission Prep 1
The visiting Eagles (15-0-2, 7-0-1 PAC 8) got two goals from Brianna Welch, who scored the go-ahead goal off a penalty kick in the second half, to remain undefeated while running their current win streak to six.
Emily Riforgiate scored early on for the Royals (5-5-3, 1-4-3) off an assist by Sammi Fernandez.
Atascadero 4, Paso Robles 0
Maia Mumford had two goals in the first half for the Greyhounds (9-4-3, 4-3-1 PAC 8).
Tiera Shepphard and Rachel Andrade each scored goals in the second half.
Morro Bay 4, Orcutt Academy 1
The Pirates (6-11, 4-4 LPL) won thanks to a three-goal second half in a physical game that included seven yellow cards, according to Morro Bay coach Marcus Des Plantes.
Chloe Lindsey had a pair of goals in the second half, while Emma Hotaling had a goal and two assists to pull out the victory on the road.