Alexa May scored a game-high three goals to lead the Arroyo Grande High girls water polo team to a 15-1 road win over San Luis Obispo on Thursday.
Stephanie Stern, Danielle Brummett, Aly Greene and Hannah Kope added two goals each for the Eagles (15-1, 5-0 PAC 7), who remained unbeaten in league play.
Nine Arroyo Grande players tallied at least one goal.
“It was a great overall team effort,” Eagles coach Steven Allen said. “We played well defensively and were able to score some goals early.”
Arroyo Grande goalie Briana Lippert made five saves and had a season-high six steals.
San Luis Obispo got its lone goal from Kim Bellis. The Tigers (8-8, 3-2 PAC 7) got a game-high seven saves from Andie Judson.
Atascadero 8, Righetti 7
Bailey Kelly had a team-high four goals for the Greyhounds (10-7, 3-2 PAC 7).
Righetti scored with 50 seconds remaining to get within a goal, but Atascadero was able to run the clock out.
“It was a really good game that went all the way down to the last second,” Atascadero coach Mitch Stafford said. “They put the pressure on us to play well.”
Loren Kasenberg had 10 saves for the Greyhounds while Katie Patterson added two goals.
Morro Bay 9, Santa Maria 0
Olivia Watt and Cassie Mooneyhan scored two goals each for Morro Bay (3-9-1, 1-3 Los Padres League).
Macey Burgeson added a goal and two assists while Tia Ramos, Wynn Reeves and Allison Walters all tallied once for the Pirates.
Lompoc 2, Templeton 1
Templeton (3-4-2, 2-2 LPL) took an early lead on a goal by Hilary Elgin in the seventh minute. Lompoc equalized later in the half and scored a late goal to claim the victory.
Morro Bay 4, Santa Maria 1
Ricky Peterson scored two goals to lead Morro Bay (9-5-1, 4-0 LPL) to sole possession of first place in the LPL.
Gordon Jamison made 10 saves for the Pirates, including two on breakouts by Santa Maria forwards to preserve the win.
“Our defense was pretty solid, mainly because Gordon was back there for us,” Morro Bay coach Tomas Arreola said.
Adam Valine and Jack Benedict also tallied once for the Pirates.
Lompoc 6, Templeton 0
Jonah Yamagata made 11 saves for Templeton (1-11, 0-4 LPL).
Lompoc scored four goals in the first half.
“They took advantage of some weaknesses in our defense in the first half,” Templeton coach Nelson Yamagata said. “We played even through most of the second half, but they took advantage of a couple breakaways.”