The Nipomo High girls soccer team was able to preserve its unbeaten Los Padres League record, tying Lompoc 1-1 in Nipomo on Tuesday afternoon.
Vanessa Avila finished a corner kick in the final 10 minutes to force over-time.Yocelyn Lopez made three saves for the Titans (6-4-2, 6-0-1).
Santa Ynez 7, Morro Bay 0
Morro Bay is 4-11 and 2-5 in the LPL after the road loss.
Templeton 3, Orcutt Academy 0
After a scoreless first half, Austin Alarcon scored the first two goals in the second half, and Bryson Twisselman scored the third to give the Eagles the win. Justin Peterson had seven saves for the Eagles (5-8-1, 2-4-1 LPL).
Santa Ynez 4, Morro Bay 0
Santa Ynez beat Morro Bay (3-12-1, 0-7 LPL) with two goals in each half.
Five named MaxPreps all-state
Five local football players saw their names when MaxPreps.com announced its Division 3 all-state teams.
Paso Robles High seniors Bailey Gaither (wide receiver), Josh Oliver (linebacker) and Bryce Pasky each landed first-team honors.
Arroyo Grande junior Bradley Mickey (defensive back) and Nipomo senior Peyton Witcher (defensive back) garnered second-team accolades.
Morro Bay 39, Santa Ynez 35
Morro Bay overcame an eight-point deficit to earn its first league win.
Diego Rivera had 12 points and Blake Lockhart had nine points for Morro Bay (5-11, 1-4 LPL), which outscored Santa Ynez 30-20 in the second half.
Coast Union 65, Shandon 45
Gehrig Kniffen led Coast Union (11-4, 5-0 Coast Valley League) with a game-high 19 points in the road win.
The Broncos raced out to a 20-8 lead after the first quarter and maintained the lead throughout the game.
Cuyama Valley 55, North County Christian 43
Andrew Dam-Mikkelson had 38 points — five shy of the school record — and 24 rebounds as the Crusaders (1-7, 0-5 CVL) fell on the road.
Coast Union 45, Shandon 34
Reagan Kniffin had 20 points as the Broncos were able to pull away, outscoring Shandon 14-5 in the fourth quarter.
Maribel Arroyo had a game-high 22 points for the Outlaws (6-2, 3-2 CVL), while Crystal Nunez had 14 points for Coast Union (7-5, 3-1).
Coastal Christian 22, Maricopa 16
Roni Garrison had 16 points for Coastal Christian (4-2, 2-2 CVL).
GIRLS WATER POLO
Arroyo Grande 13, Atascadero 6
Arden Taylor led the Eagles (14-4, 5-0 PAC 8) with five goals, and Brittany Winn added a pair in the win.
Emily Ferree and Courtney McCarthy each had two goals, and goalie Riley Brown had 10 saves for the Greyhounds (6-11, 2-2).
Righetti 7, Paso Robles 2
Lauren Sowerby and Lauren Reed scored for the Bearcats (10-7, 2-3 PAC 8) while Kelsey Lewis notched 12 saves.
San Luis Obispo 15, St. Joseph 3
Addie Foster scored all six of her goals in the first period as the Tigers jumped out to a 10-0 lead in the win.
Autumn Faccinto had all three of her goals in the first period, and Cata Gains had four saves for San Luis Obispo (12-6, 1-3 PAC 8).
Pioneer Valley 54, Arroyo Grande 17
The Eagles got out an early lead, up 12-6 through the first four matches, but had only one winner the rest of the match.
Chris Maez highlighted the first four matches with a pin in 28 seconds at 195 pounds for the Eagles, while Gabe Skelton (160) and Lou Monatanero (182) added wins by decision.
Isaiah Rocha (138) was the only other winner for Arroyo Grande (1-4, 0-4 PAC 8).
Pioneer Valley 66, San Luis Obispo 9
Max Beneris (138) and Thomas McDougal (152) notched a pin and a major decision, respectively, for the Tigers (1-2 PAC 8).
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