The Nipomo High girls soccer team lost to Lompoc 2-0 on Thursday in Lompoc.
The Titans (11-2-1 Los Padres League) gave up a goal in each half and, with the loss, fall out of first place in the league standings on the final day of the regular season.
Cabrillo (11-1-2) won 7-0 over Santa Maria on Thursday to win the league title.
Santa Ynez 4, Morro Bay 0
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Morro Bay (7-15-1, 5-8-1 LPL) surrendered three second-half goals in its final match of the season.
Templeton 4, Orcutt Academy 1
Austin Alarcon had two goals, one assisted by Matt Jangaard, and the other by Noritaka Gibo.
Jose Garcia added a goal, assisted by Alarcon, and Brennan Tobin also had his first goal of the year for the Eagles (9-11-1, 6-7-1 LPL).
Santa Ynez 5, Morro Bay 1
Morro Bay’s Patrick Keeley scored in the second half on a set play for the Pirates.
Austin Pask had 12 saves for Morro Bay (3-18-1, 1-13 LPL), which gave up five first-half goals.
Morro Bay 48, Santa Ynez 34
Alexis Lewis had 16 points, and Skye Schwellenbach added 11 points for Morro Bay.
Morro Bay pulled away by outscoring Santa Ynez 30-20 in the second half.
Lompoc 78, Nipomo 75, 2 OT
Freddie Ruiz had 24 points, and D.J. Sosa and Isaiah Ojeda each had 10 points for the Titans.
Luke Willenius made two free throws with 1.5 seconds left in the first overtime to force the second extra period.
Nipomo (12-15, 8-6 LPL) enters the CIF-Southern Section playoffs with a fourth-place league finish.
GIRLS WATER POLO
Morro Bay 8, Nipomo 7
Naomi Wilson scored three goals, including the game-winning tally with 57 seconds remaining, and the Pirates qualified for the CIF-Southern Section playoffs for the second straight year by winning a back-and-forth third-place match at the LPL tournament at Santa Ynez.
Torie White also scored three goals for the Pirates (6-11), and Katie White added a pair of goals.
Taryn Nunes made five saves, including a stop with 24 seconds on the clock to preserve the win.
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