The Nipomo High girls volleyball team earned a marathon nonleague win over Righetti in five games, winning 25-23, 23-25, 24-26, 25-21, 15-8.
Paige Waymire had 29 kills, and Taylor Nevitt added 10 kills for Nipomo (4-0).
Sarah Stahl finished with 40 digs, and Cristina Ozzimo had 45 assists.
Hogeboom named MaxPreps/AVCA state player of the week in volleyball
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Arroyo Grande High volleyball setter Alaina Hogeboom was named the MaxPreps/American Volleyball Coaches Associations Sports Player of the Week from California.
Hogeboom, a sophomore, recorded 269 assists, averaging 11.2 assists per game, as well as seven aces, last week.
The Eagles are 10-3 in this season.
Tigers beat Pirates in boys water polo
San Luis Obispo beat Morro Bay in water polo 15-9 in San Luis Obispo.
Grant Johnson had three goals, while Connor Rose and Mac Reinhart each had two goals for Morro Bay. The score was 8-5 at the half before San Luis Obispo pulled away. The Pirates are now 1-1.
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Coast Union tennis team loses to Lompoc
Coast Union’s girls varsity tennis team lost to Lompoc 12-6 at home.
Alex Zaragoza swept her singles match 6-4, 6-0, 6-0 for the Broncos. Coast Union doubles partners Morgan May and Kylie Castle won 6-4, 4-6, 6-0.
Coast Union’s record is now 1-4.
Cal Poly receives votes in FCS football poll
Cal Poly’s football team has received votes in two polls released Monday.
The Mustangs received 52 votes in the Sports Network FCS Top-25 poll but fell outside of the Top 25.
Defending national champion North Dakota State held the top spot.
Cal Poly also received a single vote in the FCS Coaches poll but didn’t make it into the Top 25. North Dakota State also was the top-ranked team in that poll.
Cal Poly plays Wyoming on Saturday at 3 p.m. in Laramie. Wyoming is 0-2, losing to Texas and Toledo in its first two games. The Mustangs beat San Diego 41-14 in their first game of the season at home Saturday.
Hauser wins Big West weekly award
Cal Poly men’s soccer team sophomore goalkeeper Chase Hauser earned the Big West Conference Defensive Player of the Week on Monday.
Hauser recorded his second career shutout in his third career start against Valparaiso on Sunday. Cal Poly won the game 1-0.
Hauser made three saves in the game Sunday, including a sprawling stop in the 81st minute and another save in the 83rd.
With the shutout, Hauser now leads all Big West goalkeepers with a 0.50 goals against average. He also ranks second with a .857 save percentage. Cal Poly is 2-2-0 on the season.
Cal Poly plays Temple at home at 7 p.m. Friday and then Army, also at home, on Sunday at 1 p.m.