The Arroyo Grande High girls water polo team beat Pioneer Valley 18-2 on Thursday evening in Santa Maria to extend its streak of consecutive league wins to 113.
Rebekah Hernandez and Sarah Parson had three goals each to highlight 12 different Eagles scoring.
Arroyo Grande scored 11 goals in the first half while the combination of Kayla Mankins and Emily Sonny shut out the Panthers.
Taylor Greene and Amanda Bernard added two goals each for the Eagles (9-1, 3-0 PAC 8).
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Paso Robles 22, St. Joseph 2
Makenna Pugh led the Bearcats with four goals, while Miranda Pasky and Lauren Sowerby had three goals each.
Kelsey Lewis made eight saves and shut out the Knights through the final three quarters for Paso Robles (5-5, 1-1 PAC 8).
Righetti 14, Atascadero 4
The Greyhounds were up 1-0 at the end of the first quarter but could not keep pace with Righetti, which scored six times in the second quarter.
Megan Hendrickson scored three goals and Emily Ferree added one for Atascadero (5-7, 2-1 PAC 8).
Santa Maria 3, Templeton 2
Austin Alarcon connected on a pass from Clayton McKay to tie the score at 2 before the Eagles surrendered the game-winning goal in the final five minutes.
Trentyn Cross scored the first goal to cut the deficit in half before Alarcon’s goal for Templeton (5-5, 1-1 Los Padres League).
Nipomo 3, Morro Bay 0
The Pirates (3-9-1, 0-4 LPL) played from behind for the majority of the game as the Titans converted on a penalty kick and scored once more before the half.
No statistics for Nipomo were reported.
Templeton 2, Santa Maria 1
The Eagles overcame a 1-0 deficit at the half as Courtney Elterman had the game-winning goal.
Elterman also assisted Miriam Robles on the tying goal.
Nipomo 2, Morro Bay 1
Jackie Lopez scored Nipomo’s second goal, proving to be the difference as Morro Bay’s Allison Madeline finished a corner kick five minutes later in the second half.
Lopez also assisted Sophie Rubio on the Titans’ first goal (4-4-1, 4-0 LPL).
Yocelyn Lopez had two saves for Nipomo, while Fallon Molnar had five for Morro Bay (4-9, 2-2 LPL).
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