Megan Hattar sank a buzzer-beater from beyond the 3-point line to give the Templeton High girls basketball team a 47-46 win over Centennial on Friday night at the Perry Ford Holiday Tournament in Morro Bay.
Hattar had a total of six points for the Eagles (6-1).
Mari Stewart and Autumn Russell both had double-doubles. Stewart had game-highs with 16 points and 18 rebounds, and Russell had 11 points and 11 rebounds for Templeton.
Alex Sierra had 14 points and Alyssa Gonzales had 10 for Centennial (4-1).
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San Luis Obispo 47, Nipomo 37
Erica Chandler had 16 points, and Jessica Judge had 13 points, seven rebounds and eight blocks as the Tigers (3-5) defeated the visiting Titans at home in the Perry Ford Holiday Tournament.
Christine Freberg added 12 points for San Luis Obispo, which will play Frontier today at noon. Nipomo will face Elk Grove at 10:30 a.m.
Ridgeview 63, Atascadero 52
Camille LeBlanc scored a game-high 17 points for the Greyhounds in the loss to at the Perry Ford Holiday Invitational.
Mary Kate Evans had 13 points and 12 rebounds for Atascadero (4-2), which will face Centennial today at 10:30 a.m.
Morro Bay 59, Elk Grove 14
Carly Watt and Kara Schmidt had 11 points apiece as the Pirates (2-2) cruised to victory at the Perry Ford Holiday Tournament.
Sierra Schwellenbach had seven points, nine assists and nine rebounds for Morro Bay, which will play Righetti at home at noon today.
Bakersfield 52, Mission Prep 37
Connor Storlie had 11 points, and Noelle Laird added 10 as the Royals (1-7) fell in the third day of the Perry Ford Holiday Tournament.
Mission Prep trailed 21-19 at halftime, then was outscored 16-8 in the third quarter as Bakersfield pulled away.
Atascadero 86, Nipomo 35
Robbie Berwick had 10 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists as the Greyhounds cruised in their second game of the Optimist Tournament in Arroyo Grande.
Brady Youngquist hit nine 3-pointers for Atascadero for all of his 27 points.
Jared Stuedemann had 13 points and five rebounds, and Joe Johnson had 12 points and five rebounds for the Greyhounds, who will face Clovis North today at 9 a.m.
Hoover 55, Paso Robles 51
The Bearcats (1-6) held a 39-30 lead after the third quarter but were outscored 25-12 in the final period in the loss on the second day of the Optimist Tournament in Arroyo Grande.
Matt Van Dyke had 19 points, and Rudy Binkele and Josh Oliver had 11 points apiece for Paso Robles.
Mission Prep 67, Arroyo Grande 54
Andy Rowley had 20 points, and Quinton Adlesh added 15 for Mission Prep in the win over Arroyo Grande at the Arroyo Grande Optimist Tournament.
Cobe Williams had 10 points, and Matt Willkomm and DeSean Scott had nine apiece for the Eagles.
San Marcos 52, Templeton 25
Andy Garrettson had 11 points, and Aiden Sarbeck had 13 rebounds in the loss for the Eagles (2-2) on the second day of the Coast Union Invitational.
Templeton will face Taft today at 1:30 p.m.
Coast Union 50, Morro Bay 21
Alan Hernandez had a season-high 16 points, and Quinten Raethke had five points and 16 rebounds to lead the Broncos (3-3) to the win over the Pirates.
Coast Union went 17 for 26 from the free-throw line compared to Morro Bay, which was 1 for 3 on free throws.
Logan Brandt had nine points and 11 rebounds for Coast Union.
Xavier Alfaro had six points on two 3-pointers to led the Pirates (3-4).
Northwest Christian 57, North County Christian 13
The Guardians led 24-4 at halftime in the victory over the Crusaders (1-1).
Daniel Graham scored five points, for North County Christian and Christian Wisberg and Blake Marchell had eight rebounds apiece for the Crusaders.
Christian Logan had a game-high 18 points for Northwest Christian.
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El Nino/La Nina Tournament
Arroyo Grande (3-1) won both of its games at the tournament in Irvine.
Alexis Elias scored three goals for Arroyo Grande in a 5-3 win over Royal. Marcela Radke and Kelsey Hitchen each added one goal for the Eagles.
Arroyo Grande then defeated Scripts Ranch 10-5, led by Brooklyn VanderVeen, who had five goals. Elias and Morgan Clark added two goals apiece for the Eagles.
Hannah Wadlow totaled 14 saves in goal in the two games for Arroyo Grande.
Nipomo 3, Bishop Diego 0
Christina Ozzimo scored twice for the Titans at the Grace Brethren Tournament in Simi Valley.
Kaitlyne Fernandez scored once, and Ozzimo and Denise Belmontes each had one assist for Nipomo (1-3-1).
The Titans’ Yocelyn Lopez had two saves in goal.
Centennial 6, Morro Bay 0
Ellie Franklin had nine saves in goal for the Pirates (0-5).