The Arroyo Grande High girls’ basketball team beat St. Joseph 55-35 on Friday night to extend its streak of consecutive wins to 12 and continue its unbeaten start in PAC 8 action.
Brynn Thoming had a team-high 21 points for the host Eagles (16-2, 7-0 PAC 8), who haven’t lost a game since before Christmas.
Ashlyn Herlihy added 19 points as the Eagles led 24-15 at halftime and extended that advantage in the second half thanks to a 19-point third quarter.
Pioneer Valley 58, Atascadero 46
Sabrina Degnan had 12 points as the Greyhounds were up 37-36 after three quarters before Pioneer Valley had 22 points in the fourth quarter.
Reylessa Reyes and Maddie Leong added 11 and 10 points, respectively, for Atascadero (8-9, 1-6 PAC 8).
Mission Prep 48, San Luis Obispo 36
Jennifer Laird had 11 points, and Carly Colvin added seven points for the Royals.
Stephanie Brenner had 11 points to lead San Luis Obispo (9-10, 2-5 PAC 8), which held Mission Prep to 11 points in the first half, but gave up 20 points in the third quarter alone.
Righetti 52, Paso Robles 49
Gwen Lundy had 14 points, and Karlee Ulrich and Grace Rosa had 11 points apiece in the home loss for the Bearcats (5-12, 2-5 PAC 8), who were outscored 18-8 in the second quarter.
Lompoc 63, Nipomo 26
Sydney Aguilera had 12 points in the home loss for the Titans (6-13, 3-4 Los Padres League).
Coast Union 31, Cuyama Valley 22
Rima Panchal had 10 points as the Broncos (8-5, 4-1 Coast Valley League) outscored Cuyama Valley 17-9 in the first half.
Atascadero 66, Pioneer Valley 51
Ryan O’Connell led the way with a game-high 24 points, and Taylor Kim had 10 points and 10 assists in the home win for the Greyhounds (10-8, 4-3 PAC 8).
O’Connell made 11 of 13 shots from the floor.
Mission Prep 58, San Luis Obispo 45
Matthew Blaney had 16 points, and Brandon Jones had seven points for the Royals (13-5, 6-1 PAC 8).
Chase Braun had 12 points for the Tigers (7-14, 0-7), who mustered a late charge in the fourth quarter, outscoring Mission Prep 22-15.
Righetti 58, Paso Robles 32
Quinn Parker had 10 points, and Teva Todd had seven rebounds in the home loss for the Bearcats (7-11, 2-5 PAC 8).
Lompoc 71, Nipomo 58
Isaiah Ojeda had 15 points and 11 rebounds for the Titans (7-12, 4-3 LPL) in the loss at Lompoc.
Nipomo fought back in the second half after going down by 10 at halftime but a 30-point fourth quarter wasn’t enough for a victory.
Orcutt Academy 75, Templeton 68
Aiden Sarbeck had 20 points, 16 rebounds and 10 blocks as the Eagles were up 50-49 before Orcutt scored 26 points in the fourth quarter.
Christian Hauser added 11 points for Templeton (4-10, 1-6 LPL).
Coast Union 71, Cuyama Valley 41
Gehrig Kniffen had a game-high 22 points in addition to seven rebounds and four assists in the win for the Broncos (12-4, 6-0 CVL).
Auggie Johnson added 12 points, and Sam MacKinnon pitched in nine rebounds as the Broncos remained perfect in league play.
North County Christian 54, SLO Classical Academy 12
Andrew Dam-Mikkelsen had 32 points and 11 rebounds, and Frank Prebor added eight points for the Crusaders (2-7).
Stephon Tonko led San Luis Obispo Classical with 10 points and 11 rebounds.
San Luis Obispo 10, Mission Prep 0
Willie Kirschner and Emmett Fox-Pendergrast both had hat tricks, and Ben Lindahl had four assists for the Tigers (11-1-3, 4-1-2 PAC 8).
Arroyo Grande 3, St. Joseph 1
Matthew Bautista had a hat trick for Arroyo Grande (10-5-1, 4-2-1 PAC 8).
After scoring the first goal unassisted, Bautista’s second goal was assisted by Joseph Goryance and the third by Patrick Palangi.
Pioneer Valley 3, Atascadero 0
Carson Setting had eight saves, but three second-half goals sunk the Greyhounds (3-14-1, 0-7 PAC 8).
Dunn 4, Coast Union 0
Dunn scored all four goals in the first half as the Broncos (7-1-8) fell on the road.
San Luis Obispo 3, Mission Prep 0
Emma Grant, Kelsey Shetler and Kristina Smelser scored for the Tigers (6-5-2, 4-2-1 PAC 8).
San Luis Obispo led 2-0 at halftime.
Arroyo Grande 3, St. Joseph 0
Brianna Welch had two goals and an assist, and Kiana Parker had a goal and an assist in the road win for the Eagles (14-0-2, 6-0-1 PAC 8).
Atascadero 2, Pioneer Valley 1
After trailing 1-0 at halftime, the Greyhounds (8-4-3, 3-3-1 PAC 8) made some adjustments and Maia Mumford scored the equalizer early in the second half.
Rachel Foley later scored on a penalty kick for the winning goal for Atascadero.
Dunn 1, Coast Union 0
The Broncos (7-6-2) gave up the only goal of the game after they got a red card late in the second half.
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San Luis Obispo split its two games, losing 15-2 to Westlake and beating Burbank 9-4. Addie Foster had four goals over the two games, Julia Donath had three goals and Autumn Faccinto had two goals.
Cata Gains had seven saves on the day for San Luis Obispo (13-7).
Atascadero also split its games, beating Flintridge Sacred Heart 7-5 and losing to Thousand Oaks 13-6.
Emily Ferree had four goals, three against Flintridge, while Courtney McCarthy had three goals on the day, and Megan Hendrickson added two.
Riley Brown had 10 saves for the Greyhounds (8-12).
Paso Robles beat Nordhoff 6-5 but lost to Newbury Park 9-1 as Lauren Reed had four goals on the day, and the only goal against Newbury Park.
Kelsey Lewis had 31 saves for the Bearcats (11-8) in the two games.
Katie White scored all of the goals for Morro Bay (3-7) in losses to Crescenta Valley (18-1) and Notre Dame (16-4).
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