Paso Robles High’s Trevor Torres pinned Arroyo Grande’s Isaiah Hughes at 152 pounds to give the Bearcats a 42-35 PAC 8 wrestling victory over the Eagles on Tuesday in Paso Robles. The Bearcats led 36-35 entering the final bout.
Isaiah Rocha (138 pounds) and Lou Montanaro (182) won by decision for the Eagles (1-3, 0-3 PAC 8), and Jacob Hubbert (126) won by technical fall.
No other results for Paso Robles were provided.
Atascadero 54, San Luis Obispo 17
Jordan Council (220 pounds) won his match with a pin in 1:39, and Tyler West (285) scored a pin in 1:45 as Atascadero improved to 2-0 in the PAC 8 with a road win over the Tigers.
Isaac Keefer (106) and Seth Burchfield (170) also earned pins for the Greyhounds.
GIRLS WATER POLO
Arroyo Grande 14, San Luis Obispo 3
Sarah Parson had five goals, Isabella Solis had three goals, and Rebekah Hernandez and Kate Empey had two goals each for the Eagles.
Emily Sonny had five saves in the first half, and Kayla Mankins had four saves in the second half for Arroyo Grande (13-3, 4-0 PAC 8).
Addie Foster, Julia Donath, and Autumn Faccinto had goals for the Tigers (11-5, 0-3).
Paso Robles 11, Pioneer Valley 1
Lauren Sowerby had three goals while six other players scored in the win for the Bearcats (10-6, 2-1 PAC 8), who kept it a shutout until the final 40 seconds of the match.
Goalie Kelsey Lewis made 12 saves for Paso Robles.
Valley Christian Academy 68, North County Christian 12
Andrew Dam-Mikkleson had 10 points and four steals as the Crusaders (1-5, 0-3 Coastal Valley League) fell on the road.
Lompoc 3, Morro Bay 2
Isaac Manuputy opened the scoring for Morro Bay with an assist from Eduardo Garcia. Lompoc scored twice before the Pirates (3-10-1, 0-5 Los Padres League) tied it with a Nate Jones goal just before halftime.
Lompoc broke the stalemate with 12 minutes remaining.
Nipomo 4, Templeton 0
Tatiana Silva scored two goals in the first half before Vanessa Avila and Lauren Iliss added second-half goals for Nipomo (5-5-1, 5-0 LPL).
Lompoc 2, Morro Bay 0
Fallon Molnar had eight saves for the Pirates (4-10, 2-3 LPL) as Lompoc scored once in each half.
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