North County Christian forward Brianna Feld was named the CIF-Southern Section Division 6A Player of the Year on Monday.
Feld, a 5-foot-11 sophomore, averaged 13.0 points per game and 6.6 rebounds per game in helping the Crusaders to win the school’s first division title in any sport. North County Christian defeated Calvary Baptist to win the Division 6A title before losing in the opening round of the Southern California Regional Division 5 playoffs.
Feld led the Crusaders in 3-pointers with 20, which ranked fourth in Division 6A, and had a team-high 46 blocks, good for sixth in the division.
Two of Feld’s teammates were honored as well. Guard Cristy Scarson, a 5-8 sophomore, was named to the All CIF-Southern Section Division 6A first team after averaging 16.5 points per game, seventh best in the division. She also had 151 steals, which was third in the division.
Center Kelsey Paulus, a 5-11 senior, was named to the second team, grabbing a team-high 12.4 rebounds per game, ranked 10th in the division.
Atascadero’s Raven Taylor, the Tribune’s Jay Cowitz Award winner as the top player in San Luis Obispo County, was named to the All CIF-Southern Section Division 4AA first team. The 5-10 Taylor, a senior and the PAC 7 MVP, averaged 17.5 points per game, which was tops in the county and eighth in the division, and 12.3 rebounds per game, which ranked third in county and seventh in the division.
Morro Bay’s Megan Hansen, a 5-6 junior point guard, was named to the Division 4A second team. She led the Pirates with 12.8 points per game, made a team-high 35 3-pointers, and averaged 3.4 steals per game.
Haley MacDonald, a 5-6 junior guard at Arroyo Grande, was named to the Division 3AA second team. She was tied for third on the team with 8.0 points per game.
On the boys side, Troy Norris of Atascadero was named to the All CIF-Southern Section Division 4AA first team. Norris, the Tribune’s County Player of the Year, averaged 16.3 points per game, which was 12th in the division. The 5-10 junior point guard also averaged 2.6 steals (ninth in the division) and led the Greyhounds with 26 3-pointers.
Arroyo Grande’s Michael Escobedo, a 6-0 senior guard, was named to the Division 3AA second team, scoring 13.8 points per game in PAC 7 play.
Paso Robles’ senior swingman Lonnie Watson was named to the Division 3A second team. He averaged 19.1 points, seventh-best in the division.
North County Christian senior forward Josh Feld was a second-team selectee in Division 6AA after averaging 21.3 points per game (fifth in the division), 11.3 rebounds per game (ninth in the division), and finishing in the top 10 in the division in 3-pointers (54) and steals (84).
BASKETBALLKiwanis Central Coast All-Star Basketball GameBoth the girls and boys teams from northern Santa Barbara County posted wins over the teams from San Luis Obispo County during Sunday’s showcase games.
The South girls won 77-63, and the South boys won 110-85.
The MVP of the girls game was Analise Riezebos of St. Joseph with 21 points and 12 rebounds.
Atascadero High’s Raven Taylor had 10 points, seven rebounds, and five steals, and Kati Sheldon of Paso Robles had eight points and seven rebounds for the North.
Morro Bay’s Casey Peterson won the girls 3-point contest.
Nick Sauer of Righetti was the boys game MVP with 24 points and 11 rebounds.
Templeton’s Dakota Oropeza and Paso Robles’ Lonnie Watson had 16 points apiece for the North. Atascadero’s Matt O’Connell added 11, and Derick Beasley of Arroyo Grande had nine points and eight rebounds.
Oropeza won the boys slam dunk contest.
BOYS GOLF Arroyo Grande 409, Pioneer Valley 445Mitch Martin fired a 75 to earn medalist honors in a PAC 7 road win at Black Lake Golf Course in Nipomo.Matt McAustin added a 79 for Arroyo Grande (2-0 PAC 7).
BOYS VOLLEYBALLSan Luis Obispo 3, Mission Prep 0The Tigers earned a 25-16, 25-16, 25-19 sweep at Mission Prep.
Chip Blaney had 12 kills, and six aces for San Luis Obispo (10-1). Nick Butier added seven kills and Jeremy Cleere had 16 digs.
Quinn Tanner had seven blocks and five digs, and Sean Robinson had eight assists and two aces for the Royals (3-6). John Sansone added four kills.
Paso Robles 426, Nipomo 438Nipomo’s Rory Doll was medalist, but Paso Robles picked up the win at Hunter Ranch Golf Course in Paso Robles.
Wes Levanduski and Ben Thomason shot 80, and Kenny Romero added an 81 for the Bearcats (4-2).