The Templeton High baseball team, having already clinched a share of the Los Padres League title, fell at home 3-0 to Lompoc in a two-hit shutout Friday afternoon.
With the win, the Braves (19-6, 10-2 LPL) earned a share of the title with the Eagles (18-4, 10-2 LPL).
Evan Peterson, who entered the game with a perfect 6-0 record for Templeton on the year, gave up a solo home run to Lompoc’s Tyler Ornelas. It was all the Braves would need. The Eagles collected just two singles the rest of the way.
San Luis Obispo 14, St. Joseph 1
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Marco Murillo gave up one run on three hits in the complete-game victory for the Tigers (21-6, 17-1 PAC 7), who finished the regular season with the most league wins in school history since the PAC 7 moved to an 18-game schedule.
Trevor Macleod had three hits, two runs scored and five RBI, Louie Summer had two RBI and Brian Covern added three hits for San Luis Obispo.
Arroyo Grande 10, Paso Robles 0
Gavin Smith tossed a five-hit shutout as the Eagles (14-11, 11-7 PAC 7) dominated the Bearcats in the last game of both teams’ seasons.
Jordan Morrison had two RBI and three runs scored, Connor Fox had three RBI and one run scored and Tim Compton added two RBI for Arroyo Grande.
Bailey Gaither had two of Paso Robles’ four hits.
Nipomo 4, Cabrillo 0
Ryan McNeil struck out 12 in the complete-game shutout for the Titans (12-8, 7-5 LPL).
Orcutt Academy 14, North County Christian 4, five innings
Keelan Willison gave up five runs on five hits in two plus innings in the loss for the Crusaders in their season finale.
Jonathan Katches had two of North County Christian’s four hits to go with four stolen bases, three of which came in the top of the fifth inning when Katches stole second base, third and then home on a double steal attempt.
Willison added an RBI and a run scored, and Daniel Katches had two RBI for the Crusaders.
Coast Union 12, Cuyama Valley 2
Quinten Raethke struck out five in the one-hit, complete-game victory for the Broncos (7-3 CVL).
Raethke had three hits, three runs scored and an RBI, Grant Magnessun had a triple and two RBI and Tommy Howard had two hits and an RBI for Coast Union.
Arroyo Grande 10, Villa Park 8
Eli Whittle swept 6-0, 6-3, 6-2, and Jordan Hayashi swept all three of his singles matches as well as the Eagles (18-1) defeated Villa Park in the second round of the CIF Southern Section Division 2 playoffs.
The doubles team of Sean Hollister and Tyler Beels swept 6-1, 6-4, 6-4 for the Eagles, who advance to take on the winner of the match between Palm Desert and Claremont.
Santa Monica 11, San Luis Obispo 7
The doubles team of Adrian Angulo and Mason Hansen swept 6-2, 6-0, 6-2 for the Tigers (13-6), but it wasn’t enough as San Luis Obispo fell at home in the second round of the CIF Southern Section Division 2 playoffs.
Josh Milla and Zach Hutkin also swept in doubles, winning 6-4, 6-0, 7-6 for the Tigers.
Nipomo 3, Cabrillo 1
Courtney Cuzick struck out 14, including two batters with the bases loaded in the bottom of the seventh to end the game as the Titans (16-9, 9-3 LPL) clinched their first ever outright Los Padres League championship.
Cuzick had an RBI double in the fourth and Ashley Ruiz had a two-out RBI single in the fifth to seal the game for Nipomo.
Righetti 7, Paso Robles 2
Jenna Rodgers gave up six hits and one walk in the first six innings in the loss for the Bearcats (5-7 PAC 7).
Amanda Burgh and Megan Clarke each hit a triple for the Bearcats.
Lompoc 5, Templeton 3
Corrine Barto gave up four hits and struck out two in four shutout innings of relief for the Eagles (6-17. 4-8 LPL), but Templeton fell on the road as the Braves shelled starter Ashley Stevens for five runs in the first two innings of the game.
Mikayla Rendon hit a triple, and Stevens had two doubles for the Eagles.
Coast Union 30, Cuyama Valley 4, five innings
Sage Radecki had four hits, including a triple and a grand slam, with four runs scored and nine RBI as the Broncos (11-7, 11-1 CVL) routed the Bears at home.
Cristi Plascencia had a double, a triple and eight RBI, and Heather Granada had three hits and five runs scored for Coast Union.
Remy Corbet, who struck out eight over five innings in the win, had three hits and three RBI at the plate.
North County Christian 5, Orcutt Academy 2
Cheyenne Ricks had three hits and two runs scored, and Brianna Feld had two RBI in the win for Crusaders (13-2, 11-1 CVL).
Kylie Bergquist gave up four hits and one walk in the complete-game win.
Coastal Christian 17, Shandon 5, five innings
Sevelyn VanRonk had three hits, a triple and two RBI, and Roni Garrison had two hits with a double and two RBI for the Conquerors (3-12, 3-9 CVL).
Amy Arnold had three hits with a double and Hannah Brennan added two hits for Coastal Christian.
Garrison gave up five runs with two earned and struck out four in the complete game win.
CIF-Southern Section Division 2 preliminaries
Atascadero, Arroyo Grande, Paso Robles and San Luis Obispo put several swimmers into today’s finals at the Riverside Aquatics Complex.
For Arroyo Grande, Amelia Schachter (100 fly, 100 breaststroke), Zach Stevens (100 breaststroke, 200 individual medley), Peter Malouf (100 breaststroke, 100 free), Claren Ruth (100 free), and Corryn Haynes (100 backstroke) qualified, as did the 200 medley relay and 400 freestyle relay teams for the girls, and the 200 medley relay and 200 free relay for the boys.
San Luis Obispo has Teagan Griffith (50 free, 100 free), Alan Peterson (200 free, 500 free), Eric Erbstoesser (100 back, 200 free), Graham Johnson (100 fly), Nolan Morgan and Evan Holtz (500 free), Gabreille Penvenne (100 back) advancing to the finals, as well as the girls 200 and 400 free relay teams and the boys 200 and 400 free relay teams.
Atascadero had Dustin Bolt (200 free, 500 free) and Claire Leong (100 breaststroke) qualify.
Paso Robles had Colin Moore (100 fly) and Ryan Springer (50 free) advance to the finals.
CIF-Southern Section Division 4 finals
Mission Prep’s Grace Oeser posted a top-10 finish at Riverside City College.
Oeser finished eighth in the 100 free, finishing in 56.40 seconds.