The Atascadero High girls volleyball team finished pool play winning two matches and losing one at the San Luis Obispo volleyball tournament Friday.
The Greyhounds kicked off the tournament with a two-set sweep of Oxnard, 25-20, 25-20.
Next, against Garces Memorial, the Greyhounds lost 19-25, 25-19, 15-11.
In its final match of the day, Atascadero ensured a second-place pool finish with a defeat of Ripon Christian. The Greyhounds won 25-19, 19-25, 15-11.
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With their 2-1 record, the Greyhounds will likely move ahead to the second tier silver division today.
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Arroyo Grande 10, Hoover 7; Ventura 15, Arroyo Grande 2
The Eagles split two matches at the Conejo Classic in Thousand Oaks, after defeating Hoover and then falling to Ventura.
Arroyo Grande outscored Hoover 3-0 in the fourth quarter to win that game, which was tied at 7 entering the fourth period.
Kevin Meffert led the Eagles with five goals, while Tanner Sandman and Dennis Meffert both tallied two. Warren Randall added the final tally.
John Kullman tallied six saves in the win.
Against Ventura, the Eagles allowed six first-quarter goals.
Sisco Bass and Kevin Meffert — were the only players to score for the Eagles. Kullman recorded seven saves.
Orcutt Academy 15, Coast Union 3
Nikki Anderson won two singles sets for Coast Union (0-2) while teammate Alex Zaragoza claimed one.
Arroyo Grande 18, Nipomo 0
The Eagles cruised in their season opener Thursday afternoon. In singles, Mia McKinstry swept 6-1, 6-1, 6-0, while Lauren Hayashi went 6-0, 6-1, 6-0.
“I’m very excited about this season,” Arroyo Grande coach Lori Hollister said of the Eagles’ chances in PAC 7 play this year. “This particular group of girls is not only very athletic but also very coachable.
“We’re stronger than we were last year and have much more depth.”
In doubles, Courtney King and Maurissa Dominguez also took three sets, 6-3, 6-1, 6-0.