The Arroyo Grande boys basketball team keyed off a terrific all-around performance by Cobe Williams to pull away in the second half against visiting Paso Robles, winning 66-41 on Wednesday night in Arroyo Grande.
Williams had 27 points to go along with eight assists, six steals, and five rebounds, while Jack Hogeboom added 11 points and Keanu Morrison pitched in 10 rebounds.
The Eagles (7-9, 2-2 PAC 8) jumped out to a 34-18 lead by halftime and never relinquished it. Josh Oliver led the Bearcats (6-9, 1-3) with 10 points and nine rebounds in the loss.
Pioneer Valley 54, San Luis Obispo 37
Sam Thompson had 13 points, and Chase Braun had seven points in the loss for the Tigers (7-11 0-5 PAC 8).
Nipomo 66, Morro Bay 42
The Titans outscored the Pirates by 18 points in the second half as Noah Gibbons scored 11 of his 13 points in the final two quarters.
Morro Bay trailed by six at the half before Gibbons scored eight of Nipomo’s 18 points in the third period to pull away.
Diego Rivera had 13 points to lead the Pirates (4-11, 0-3 Los Padres League), while Freddie Ruiz added 10 points for the Titans (7-11, 3-1).
Santa Maria 96, Templeton 86, 2 OT
The Eagles’ Aidan Sarbeck scored 32 points over the six periods but it was not enough to keep pace with the Warriors’ Shemarr Parker, who had 47 points.
Templeton was able to distance themselves from Santa Maria scoring 25 points in the third quarter but was matched by a 26-point fourth quarter from the Warriors to force overtime.
Robby Kaiser and Wyatt Barrett added 15 points each for the Eagles (4-7, 1-3 LPL).
Arroyo Grande 48, Paso Robles 26
Ashlyn Herlihy had a game-high 24 points for the Eagles, who were in control for the majority of the game as the Bearcats failed to score in the first quarter.
Grace Rosa had seven points to lead Paso Robles (4-8, 1-4 PAC 8), who played without Natalie Barahona.
Righetti 46, Atascadero 43
Maddie Leong and Sabrina Degnan each had 12 points in the loss as Atascadero couldn’t hold on for a win in a wild finish.
The Greyhounds (8-4, 1-3 PAC 8) went up by one before a Righetti player was fouled shooting a 3-pointer and sealed the victory.
Mission Prep 41, St. Joseph 38
Noelle Laird had 12 points and Jennifer Laird had 10 points in the victory for the Royals.
San Luis Obispo 49, Pioneer Valley 42 OT
Natalia DeMartini had 14 points and Biba Kirschner added 11 points in an overtime win for the Tigers (8-8, 1-4), who overcame shooting 5 of 27 from the free-throw line.
Morro Bay 51, Nipomo 46
Olivia MacDonald had 12 points and 10 rebounds, and Alexis Lewis had 14 points for the Pirates (7-9, 2-2 LPL).
Sidney Aguilera and Kiesa Romero had 10 points each for the visiting Titans (5-11, 2-2).
Arroyo Grande 6, Paso Robles 1
Kiana Parker had a hat trick for Arroyo Grande, scoring two of her goals in a dominant second half for the Eagles (11-0-2, 3-0-1 PAC 8).
The Eagles lead 2-1 at halftime.
Mission Prep 1, St. Joseph 1, tie
Sammi Fernandez was able to preserve the tie for the Royals on a shot from 45 yards out to even the score moments after St. Joseph scored in the first half of overtime.
Gabby Flores had eight saves for Mission Prep (4-2-3, 0-1-3 PAC 8).
Righetti 4, Atascadero 0
Haley Ruggles and Skyler Flemming split halves in goal as they recorded three saves each for the Greyhounds (8-2-3, 2-1-1 PAC 8).
Arroyo Grande 3, Paso Robles 2, OT
In an overtime that saw three goals, the Eagles came out on top as Caesar Diaz had the game winner in the final two minutes.
Luis Reyes scored in the first half to give the Bearcats (4-1-5, 1-1-2 PAC 8) a 1-0 lead. Rafael Roman tied the score for Paso Robles in overtime before Diaz’s goal.
Hosanna Cassidy tied the score just before halftime, while Matthew Sill scored the first overtime goal for Arroyo Grande (8-4-1, 2-1-1 PAC 8).
Pioneer Valley 1, San Luis Obispo 0
Brayden Mahoney had two saves for the Tigers (9-1-3, 1-1-2 PAC 8).
GIRLS WATER POLO
Cabrillo 14, Morro Bay 3
Naomi Wilson had two goals, and Tori White had one as the Pirates were down 9-1 at the half. Taryn Nunes had three saves for Morro Bay (3-6, 1-1 LPL).
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