The San Luis Obispo High girls water polo team beat Paso Robles 5-3 on Tuesday afternoon in Paso Robles as the Tigers broke a 2-2 tie with three goals in the fourth quarter.
Addie Foster had two goals, while Campbell Warren, Mikayla Faccinto, and Autumn Faccinto added a goal each for San Luis Obispo (16-8, 2-3 PAC 8).
Natalie Reeves, Lauren Reed and Makenna Pugh added all had goals for Paso Robles.
Cata Gaines had seven saves for the Tigers. Kelsey Lewis had nine saves for the Bearcats (12-11, 2-3).
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Atascadero 16, St. Joseph 3
Thirteen Greyhounds scored, as Courtney McCarthy, Emily Ferree, Megan Hendrickson and Faith Archibald netted two goals apiece in the win over the Knights.
Paige Coburn made seven saves for Atascadero (11-12, 3-2 PAC 8).
Coast Union 66, North County Christian 28
Gehrig Kniffen had 19 points and Jez Lawson added 15 points for the Broncos (13-4, 7-0 Coast Valley League).
Nahum Hernandez had nine rebounds, and Kniffen had five assists for Coast Union.
Andrew Dam-Mikkelsen had 24 points and 12 rebounds for North County Christian (2-8, 0-6).
Coastal Christian 36, Cuyama Valley 26
Roni Garrison had 14 points and 12 rebounds, and Reanna Iunker notched 12 points and nine steals in a win for the Conquerors (5-3, 3-3 CVL).
Cabrillo 4, Morro Bay 2
Isaac Manuputy scored twice for the Pirates (3-14-1, 0-9 Los Padres League).
Austin Pask had seven saves.
Nipomo 1, Santa Ynez 0
Kimberly Knollenberg scored in the first half for the Titans (7-6-2, 7-1-1 LPL) off an assist from Viviana Silva.
Yocelyn Lopez had eight saves for Nipomo.
Cabrillo 2, Morro Bay 0
The Pirates shut out Cabrillo for the first 65 minutes before giving up both goals.
Fallon Molnar had seven saves for Morro Bay (6-12, 4-5 LPL).
Lompoc 4, Templeton 0
The Eagles were down one at the half before Miriam Robles and Madison Ramsey left the game with injuries.
Following the substitutions, Templeton (5-9, 2-6 LPL) surrendered three more goals.
Arroyo Grande 67, St. Joseph 16
Heavyweight Jose Quintero had a pin in 12 seconds for the Eagles (1-3 PAC 8), adding to pins from Andrew Aurioles at 120 pounds and Isaiah Hughes at 152 pounds in the win.
Righetti 58, San Luis Obispo 9
Thomas McDougal scored a pin at the buzzer to win at 150 pounds after being down by five points in the match for San Luis Obispo.
Max Benerest notched a victory at 145 pounds as well for the Tigers (1-3 PAC 8).
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