Undefeated, once again.
After defeating St. Joseph 15-5 on Thursday afternoon, the Arroyo Grande High girls water polo team wrapped up another year with an undefeated league record.
The Eagles (25-5 overall), ranked third in Division 3 of the CIF-Southern Section, finished 12-0 in the PAC 7 with their 78th straight league victory — a streak dating back to the 2002-03 season.
It’s the eighth straight year the Eagles have won the league title.
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Kim Johnson had four goals in the regular-season finale, and Alexa May had three.
Kylie Anderson had two saves. The goalkeeper scored two goals, as well.
San Luis Obispo 18, Pioneer Valley 4
Kennedy Peters had game highs with four goals, seven assists and six steals for the Tigers, who outscored the Panthers 9-0 in the first period.
The Tigers (16-9, 10-2 PAC 7) also got three goals apiece from Eva Bakker, Kayla Fillippin and Jesse Magliari. Ariana Shakibnia and Elizabeth Waddell each scored twice, and Zoe Berkowitz had five blocks in goal for San Luis Obispo.
Nipomo 19, Morro Bay 7
Mel Freeborn and Megan Long each had three goals for the Pirates.
Goalkeeper Kerri Novick had eight saves for Morro Bay (4-11), which finished fourth at the Los Padres League championships.
Mission Prep 2, Coast Union 0
Goals by Deirdre Laird and Judy Ha helped the Royals (9-11-3) finish their season on a winning note.
“Overall, it’s been a very good season,” Mission Prep coach Marcus Des Plantes said. “We’re looking forward to doing it again next year.”
Lompoc 2, Morro Bay 1
Two goals in the final three minutes of the first half were too much for the Pirates in their final game of the season.
Wynn Reeves scored the goal for Morro Bay 8-12-3 (5-7-0 LPL) only 12 minutes into the game off an assist from Macey Burgeson.
Cabrillo 6, Nipomo 0
Injury after injury forced the Titans down to their third-string goalkeeper. Four goals in the second half gave Nipomo (7-15-1, 4-8-0 LPL) a loss in its final game of the season.
“We played a good first half,” Nipomo coach Jim Fisher said. “We were down 2-0 at halftime and then our goalie (Brianna Gonzalez) got a concussion. Then, we just had to make changes.”
Lompoc 3, Morro Bay 2
The Pirates (1-11 LPL) closed the season with a loss after giving up a goal in the final five minutes.
Jackson Chavez gave the Pirates a 1-0 lead in the first half, but Lompoc came back to tie it early in the second half.
Chavez scored again to put the Pirates up 2-1 a few minutes later, but the Braves were able to score the goals when they needed to for the win.