The Arroyo Grande High girls volleyball team clinched the PAC 7 title Thursday with its win over Atascadero in five sets, 17-25, 25-12, 23-25, 25-21, 15-6.
Ashlyn Herlihy led Arroyo Grande (18-8, 10-0) with 23 kills and three blocks. Alaina Hogeboom led with 47 assists, Kacee Fox had 27 digs, and Megan McGuigan had 13 kills and three blocks for the Eagles.
Kendall Featherstone led the attack for Atascadero (16-11, 6-3) with 13 kills and 21 digs.
Sabrina Degnan had 29 digs, and Brooke Harbottle had 30 assists, five kills and seven digs. Maren Cracknell added 12 kills, and Kaylie Griffin had eight kills and three blocks for the Greyhounds.
San Luis Obispo 3, Paso Robles 1
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Holland Boege had 14 kills and seven aces, as the Tigers won at home 25-13, 25-16, 20-25, 25-20.
Casey Frost had 24 assists and Paige Cohune had 18 digs for San Luis Obispo (16-8, 6-3 PAC 7).
Maddie Chace had 12 kills, four aces and two blocks for Paso Robles (8-13, 1-8). Morgan Lawson had six kills and five digs, Abi Venturini had five kills, three digs and two blocks, and Chloe Kerns had 22 assists and two aces.
Mission Prep 3, Cabrillo 0
Rachel Hindmarsh had seven kills as the Royals swept 25-10, 25-15, 25-23.
Tessa Boone had six kills, and Claire Bachman had 17 digs and four aces for Mission Prep (11-3).
Coastal Christian 3, Cuyama Valley 0
Bethany Young led the Conquerors with 12 kills in their 25-9, 25-13, 25-18 sweep of the Bears.
Young also had 11 digs and two blocks for Coastal Christian (20-5, 10-1 Coast Valley League).
Roni Garrison had five kills, four aces, 12 digs and two blocks, and Isabelle Unger had four kills, nine digs and two aces for the Conquerors. Hannah Brennan added three aces and two kills for Coastal Christian.
North County Christian beats Maricopa by forfeit
Maricopa arrived late and the game was not able to finish in time before North County Christian’s allotted time of the gym expired. The Crusaders improved to 16-7 overall and 7-2 in the CVL.
Arroyo Grande 15, Paso Robles 3
The Eagles beat the Bearcats to finish their regular season undefeated in the PAC 7 and extend their league winning streak to 48.
Lauren Hayashi completed her sweep of league opponents in singles play, winning 6-0, 6-0. Hayashi’s final league record is 24-0. Sophie Whittle won her only set 6-0 for the Eagles (16-1, 12-0) and is now 20-0 in the PAC 7 this season.
Senior Joanne Phung and junior Angelica Gagliano swept in doubles play for the Eagles, winning 6-1, 6-0, 6-2. Hannah Angle and Elizabeth Michniuk also won in doubles for Arroyo Grande, 6-0, 6-2, 6-4.
Lindsey Hoist won two out of three in singles play.
San Luis Obispo 12, St. Joseph 6
The Tigers clinched second place in the PAC 7 after beating the Knights.
The doubles team of Caroline Burke and Lauren Hutkin swept 6-4, 6-1, 6-1, and Maia Hoffman and Joelle Lewis swept 6-2, 6-2, 6-3.
Singles players Maya O’Brien and Sophia Moreno each won two of three sets for San Luis Obispo (14-5, 9-2).
Santa Maria 9 (74, 10), Morro Bay 9 (74, 8)
The Saints beat the Pirates on a tiebreaker, 10-8.
Skye Schwellenbach and Tess Badrigan each won two of three sets in singles play for Morro Bay (1-10 Los Padres League).
The Morro Bay doubles teams of Sarah Keas and June Janzen, and Claire Vogel and Katrina Siems won two of their three sets.
Cabrillo 17, Nipomo 1
Kelly Springford won the only set for Nipomo (7-9, 4-7 LPL).
Coast Union 18, Mission Prep 0
Courtney Castle swept 6-1, 6-3, 6-3 for the Broncos over the Royals (0-13).
The doubles team of Yvette Cases and Renee Johnson swept 7-5, 6-2, 6-2.
BOYS WATER POLO
San Luis Obispo 15, Paso Robles 10
Dan Crozier and Bo Crozier each scored four goals for the Tigers in a makeup game from when Paso Robles had a power outage weeks ago.
Tim Maas, Emerson Trout and Garrett Perkins each had two goals for San Luis Obispo (16-7, 4-1 PAC 7), which led 9-1 at halftime. Nick Walter had the other goal. Connor Troy made 10 saves, and Kent Murphy had seven.
Daniel Maloney had a game-high six goals for Paso Robles (12-11, 1-4). Mitchell Iunker had two and Simon Schoennauer and Kohl Coffey each had one.