The Arroyo Grande High girls volleyball team returned to its winning ways after dropping two bracket-play matches in the San Luis Obispo Tournament this weekend, downing Templeton 3-0 Tuesday night.
Arroyo Grande won 25-14, 25-11, 25-7. It was the third time this season Arroyo Grande has swept.
Alyssa Koenig led Arroyo Grande with 12 kills and had three aces. Kendall VandenBerg had 10 kills, and Kylie Anderson and Danielle Mullery each had six kills.
Millisa Morrow also had 30 assists for Arroyo Grande (8-2).
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Zoe Bond led Templeton (3-1) with seven kills.
San Luis Obispo 3, Lompoc 0
The Tigers allowed no more than 12 points in three sets as they defeated the Braves 25-12, 25-12, 25-6.
Elizabeth Culpepper led San Luis Obispo (8-2) with eight kills, while Amelia Brown had six kills.
Maggie Eppright had 26 assists for the Tigers, and Erin Good had 10 digs.
Atascadero 3, Santa Maria 0
The Greyhounds (7-3) used 21 team aces to cruise to a 25-7, 25-3, 25-6 victory at home against the Saints.
Haley Ogden had 26 assists and four aces, Brittany Davis had 12 kills and eight aces, and Kendall Featherstone had four kills and 11 digs for Atascadero.
Paso Robles 3, Morro Bay 1
The Bearcats (8-3) dropped the first set to the Pirates (0-4) before sweeping the next three, winning 24-26, 25-17, 25-22, 25-12 at home.
Molly Donovan led the way for Paso Robles with 14 kills, Emily Cone had eight kills and two blocks, and Kellie Reynolds had 22 assists and two aces.
For Morro Bay, Carli Watt had six kills, Kylie Gacad had 19 assists, and Monica Santiago had 19 digs.
Santa Ynez 3, Coast Union 2
The Broncos (0-3) lost their third straight five-set match, falling to the Pirates 25-19, 25-13, 24-26, 19-25, 15-11.
Nicky Ortiz had eight kills, four blocks, five digs and five aces in a tremendous all-around performance for Coast Union.
Karla Soto added seven kills and 10 digs, and Sophie Flemion had 27 assists and eight digs for the Broncos.
Mission Prep 3, Pioneer Valley 0
The Royals (3-1) held on for a close win in the first set and then cruised to a sweep over the Panthers, winning 30-28, 25-12, 25-11.
Grace Ready had 10 kills, six digs and two aces, Bri Harvey had five kills, eight digs and four aces, and Shannon Dudley had 30 assists for Mission Prep.
Nipomo 3, St. Joseph 0
The Titans (3-2) swept 25-17, 30-28, 25-23 at home.
Taylor Nevitt and Stephanie Persky both had nine kills, and Sarah Stahl had 14 digs as Nipomo cruised.
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Nipomo 19, Paso Robles 6
Cole Holloway’s seven goals paced the Titans (3-0) to a dominant victory over the Bearcats in Nipomo’s home opener.
Marc Baker had four goals, and Connor Cavazos and J.W. Dobbe had three goals each. Derek Seaman had two goals as well, and Kirk Wilenius had five saves in goal for the Titans.
Santa Ynez 19, San Luis Obispo 7
Casey Blauer and Trevor Meinhold scored two goals each and Ian Anderson, Nolan Morgan and Skyler Brainard each scored one goal as the Tigers fell on the road to the Pirates.
Darren Paul had nine saves in goal for San Luis Obispo.
St. Joseph 11, Morro Bay 7
Juan Olabe Armendariz had four goals to lead the Pirates’ attack, but Morro Bay (0-3) lost on the road in a game that was tied 4-4 at the half.
Grant Johnson, Mac Reinhart, and D.J. Marcy all had one goal each for the Pirates. Reinhart and Armendariz combined for 10 saves in goal.
Arroyo Grande 16, Santa Ynez 2
Alex Mero swept 6-1, 6-0, 6-1, Lauren Hayashi swept 6-0, 6-3, 6-1 and the Eagles downed the Pirates.
Brianna Flood and Joanne Phung also swept 6-2, 7-5, 6-2 in doubles for Arroyo Grande (2-0).
Righetti 14, Nipomo 4
The Titans didn’t have enough to grab their first win of the season against the Warriors.
Nipomo’s Kelly Barrett won two of her matches 7-6 and 8-6, but the Titans fell to 0-3.
In doubles, Ann Wardlaw and Gianna Abatti won 6-3, Rachael Moody won 7-5 and Lauren Kueffler won 6-3 in singles.
St. Joseph 207, San Luis Obispo 339
Sam Lopez led the Tigers (1-3, 0-1 PAC 7) with a 55 on the front nine at par-37 Santa Maria Country Club as they lost to the Knights.
St. Joseph’s Marissa Gutierrez was the medalist with a 38.
Arroyo Grande 244, Pioneer Valley 276
The Eagles’ Megan Donegan shot a personal-best 47 and earned medalist honors as the Eagles defeated the Panthers on the front nine of par-35 Blacklake Golf Course.
Anna Zhang followed Donegan with a 48, Breana Garcia shot a 49, and Ramie Castilleja carded a 50 for Arroyo Grande (3-0).
Atascadero 249, Morro Bay 274
Both Danyele Rampone and Joelle Clay carded a 45 to help the Greyhounds beat the Pirates at the nine-hole, par-35 Morro Bay Golf Course.Morro Bay’s Jennifer Baltimore was the medalist with a 41, and Michelle Cordova shot a 44.
Atascadero’s Marissa McClain also shot a 48, and Miranda Roetker shot a 56.
Righetti 268, Paso Robles 270
Ashley Levanduski earned medalist honors, but it wasn’t enough to lead the Bearcats past the Warriors.
She shot a 46 in the loss at the front nine of Rancho Maria Golf Course.
Paso Robles’ Kaitlyn Bedell shot a 50, Claire Baldal shot a 55, and Amber Eye carded a 59 in the loss.