The Nipomo High boys and the Templeton High girls both took home Los Padres League titles Tuesday behind big performances from Josh Gennoe-Sundberg and Savannah Camacho, respectively.
Nipomo’s boys finished with 137.5 points as a team. Second-place Santa Ynez scored 102 points. Templeton, at 71.33, finished third and Morro Bay was fifth at 51.8.
Gennoe-Sundberg won the boys 100-meter dash (11.26 seconds) and the 200 (23.06), and teammate Kenny Cromer won the 400 (50.87) and the high jump (6 feet) for the Titans.
Cromer was a member of the winning 400 relay team (43.84) and Gennoe-Sundberg was a part of the winning 1,600 relay team (3:34.57) for Nipomo.
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Caiden Delgadillo won the long jump (20 feet, 3 inches) and the triple jump (41-9) for Templeton.
On the girls side, Camacho won the 800 (2:16.11) and the 1,600 (5:16.03) for the Eagles, and was also a member of the winning 1,600 relay team (4:10.8).
Templeton had 102 points a team. Santa Ynez was second with 92 points, Nipomo was third with 84, and Morro Bay was fourth with 76.Taylor Nevitt won the shot put (33-61⁄2), and the discus (106-2) for the Titans.
PAC 7 Championships
San Luis Obispo’s Hank Adema had a CIF-automatic qualifying score of 304.75 points to win the boys title.
Jake Milbrandt (298.75) and Zac Miller (294.3) both of Arroyo Grande, placed second and third, respectively.
Grant Britton of Paso Robles was fourth (292.55), followed by teammate Keenan Harris (288.70).
Abe Halterman, who finished eighth, had the high score for Atascadero at 272.65.
Paso Robles’ Amanda Gritzfeld took home the girls title with a 334.75.
San Luis Obispo’s Jamie Stapf (328.45) and Sabrina Smelzer (325.55, CIF automatic) placed second and third, respectively, and Arroyo Grande’s Lindsay Nichols (315.20, CIF consideration) was fourth.
San Luis Obispo 7, Righetti 6, 8 innings
Garrett Giovannelli had three hits, including the game-winning double in the bottom of the eighth, in the win for the Tigers (16-4, 12-1 PAC 7).Marco Murillo had three hits with a double and three stolen bases, and Davis Casciola had two hits with a double and two RBI for San Luis Obispo.
Arroyo Grande 3, St. Joseph 2
Daniel Ramirez gave up one run on five hits over six innings in the win for the Eagles (10-10, 7-6 PAC 7).
Garrett Ball had two hits, and Dylan Azevedo had two RBI that put Arroyo Grande ahead for good in the fifth inning.
Paso Robles 2, Pioneer Valley 0
Eli Vargas pitched a complete-game shutout, giving up four hits and striking out six for the Bearcats (13-8, 9-4 PAC 7).
Vargas and Mac Stuart each hit a double for Paso Robles.
North County Christian 7, Valley Christian 6
Keelan Willison had two hits with a double, and Adam Bossom had two hits with a double and two RBI to lead the Crusaders (8-4, 6-1 Coast Valley League).
Willison gave up one run in two innings of relief to pick up the win for North County Christian.
Coast Union 8, Coastal Christian 4
Emony Godinez and Tommy Howard had two RBI each to lead the Broncos (6-9, 6-3 CVL) past the Conquerors.
Godinez also picked up the win for Coast Union, striking out seven in the complete-game victory.
Thomas Lindstat had a triple for Coastal Christian (1-7, 1-5 CVL).
Atascadero 9, St. Joseph 0
Jessie Hufstetler pitched a complete-game shutout and was 3 for 4 with a double, a home run, four RBI and one run scored for the Greyhounds (23-2, 9-1 PAC 7).
McKenzie Messina and Marissa McClain each had three hits and a double, and Nique Mack had two hits and two runs scored for Atascadero.
Arroyo Grande 2, San Luis Obispo 0
Jill Compton struck out nine in the four-hit shutout for the Eagles (16-9, 6-4 PAC 7). Compton had three hits and Ramie Castillega had two for the Eagles, who scored both runs in the first inning.
Andrea Reynolds pitched a complete game in the loss for the Tigers (10-11, 2-7 PAC 7). Reynolds also had a double, and Erica Chandler had two hits for San Luis Obispo.
Lompoc 1, Nipomo 0, nine innings
Courtney Cuzick struck out 18 and scattered five hits over nine innings but gave up an RBI single with two out in the bottom of the ninth as the Titans (13-9, 7-3 LPL) fell on the road.
Coast Union 25, Coastal Christian 5
Christina Plascencia had three hits with a double, a triple and six RBI as the Broncos (9-7, 8-1 CVL) routed the Conquerors.
Heather Granada had three hits and four RBI, and Nikki Ortiz had two hits and four runs scored for the Broncos, who had 18 hits.
North County Christian 13, Valley Christian 8
Alexandria Wisberg had two hits, including a double and a triple, in the win for the Crusaders (9-2, 8-1 CVL).
North County Christian’s Cheyenne Ricks had two doubles, Kelsi McRoy had a two-run home run and Chloe Bergquist had three hits with a double and three stolen bases.
Kylie Bergquist gave up four walks and 11 hits and struck out two in a complete-game win for the Crusaders.
Arroyo Grande 16, St. Joseph 2
Sean Hollister swept 6-0, 6-0, 6-0 as the Eagles (16-1, 12-0 PAC 7) wrapped up their third straight league title with a dominant win in their regular-season finale.
Sage Lysobey also swept in singles for Arroyo Grande, and the Eagles’ doubles team of Tyler Beels and Jordan Hayashi swept 6-1, 6-0, 6-0.
Paso Robles 10, Righetti 8
Cooper Austin and Ricky Lloyd swept all three singles sets in the win for the Bearcats (5-7, 6-9 PAC 7).
San Luis Obispo 17, Pioneer Valley 1
Nick Johnson swept in singles and all three doubles teams swept in the win for the Tigers (12-5, 10-2 PAC 7).
Orcutt Academy 14, Coast Union 4
John McElgunn had three of the Broncos’ (3-9) four wins, sweeping 6-4, 6-4, 6-0 in singles.
PAC 7 Tournament
Tom Brennacher carded a 1-under 71 to medal for St. Joseph at Rancho Maria Golf Course, but Righetti had five players shoot under 80 to take the team title at 387.
Arroyo Grande was second (389), San Luis Obispo was third (395) and Atascadero was fourth (396).
For the Eagles, Doug Merrin shot a 75, Mitch Martin shot a 77 and Cobe Williams shot a 78.
Adam Zakaria carded a 75 to lead the Tigers, who also got a 78 from both Grady Smith and Parker Irving.
Brandon Vail shot a 74, and Evan Lucado shot a 76 for the Greyhounds.
Morro Bay 3, Mission Prep 0
Chris Garner had 10 kills, and Tanner Nelson had 27 assists, but the Royals (5-9) lost 25-20, 25-19, 25-20.
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