The Arroyo Grande High girls water polo team won the PAC 8 tournament, beating Righetti 8-1 in the championship game Friday night in Arroyo Grande.
The Eagles (21-5) led 7-0 at the half and had a shutout until the Warriors scored with four minutes left.
Rebekah Hernandez had three goals, and Sarah Parson and Isabella Manuele had two apiece for the Eagles.
Kayla Mankins and Emily Sonny split time in goal with five saves apiece.
San Luis Obispo beat Atascadero 10-6 in the third-place game as Addie Foster had three of her four goals in the first quarter.
Autumn Faccinto and Mikayla Faccinto added three and two goals, respectively, while Cata Gaines had 10 saves for the Tigers (19-9).
Arroyo Grande 0, St. Joseph 0, tie
The Eagles (20-0-3, 12-0-2 PAC 8) couldn’t find the game-winner as they had two goals disallowed on a handball and offsides penalties, but wrapped up their third straight league title.
Atascadero 5, Pioneer Valley 2
Rachel Andrade, Maia Mumford, Tiera Sheppard, Charlotte Holt and Hannah Flickinger had goals for the Greyhounds (14-4-3, 8-4-2 PAC 8), who finish third in league and earned a playoff berth.
San Luis Obispo 4, Mission Prep 0
Kelsey Shetler, Haley Fiscalini, Isabel Carpenter, and Grace Park all had goals for the Tigers (10-8-4, 7-4-3 PAC 8).
Arroyo Grande 5, St. Joseph 0
Juan Jazo scored twice, and the Eagles wrapped up second place in the PAC 8 with the win on a tiebreaker over San Luis Obispo.
Matthew Bautista added a goal and two assists for Arroyo Grande (15-6-2, 9-3-2).
San Luis Obispo 3, Mission Prep 0
Willie Kirschner opened the scoring on a free kick in the first half before Peter Delkeskamp and Zack Adler added goals in the second half for the Tigers (16-3-3, 9-3-2 PAC 8).
Paso Robles 3, Righetti 2
Jonathan Torres scored all three goals for the Bearcats (11-3-6, 8-3-3 PAC 8), and Juan Carlos Ruiz had eight saves.
Torres gave Paso Robles a 1-0 lead early in the first half and added an insurance goal in the second half as Righetti scored its second goal in the final minute of the game.
Pioneer Valley 5, Atascadero 0
The Greyhounds finished 4-19-2 and 1-12-1 in the PAC 8 with the home loss.
St. Joseph 71, Arroyo Grande 69
St. Joseph’s Gabrys Sadaunykas had a buzzer-beating put-back layup that came off a JoJo Walker missed 3-pointer for the win.
Cobe Williams hit two free throws to tie the score at 69 and finished with 37 points for Arroyo Grande (14-13, 9-5 PAC 8). Bradley Mickey registered 13 points, and Joel Bishop had seven points.
Mission Prep 66, San Luis Obispo 42
Brandon Jones finished with 20 points, and Quinton Adlesh had 12 points and six assists for the Royals.
Brandon Montoya and Andrew Wauchope both scored eight points for the Tigers.
Righetti 67, Paso Robles 44
The Bearcats finished 10-15 and 5-9 in the PAC 8 in the road loss.
Coast Union 72, Shandon 35
Gehrig Kniffen and Jez Lawson tied for a game-high with 12 points, and Nahum Hernandez had 11 points for the Broncos.
Kniffen added eight assists for the Broncos (22-4, 9-0 Coast Valley League).
Cuyama Valley 83, North County Christ. 54
Andrew Dam-Mikkelson had 44 points and 16 rebounds in the loss for the Crusaders (3-12, 0-10 CVL).
Mission Prep 56, San Luis Obispo 32
The Royals (16-8, 9-5) finished second in the PAC 8, as Jacqueline San Jule had 13 points and Tess Boehm had 12.
Cami Storlie and Stephanie Brenner had 10 points apiece for the Tigers (11-15, 4-10).
Atascadero 43, Pioneer Valley 42
Sabrina Degnan had 13 points, and Maddie Leong had 12 points for the Greyhounds.
Atascadero (12-12, 5-9 PAC 8) survived a rally by Pioneer Valley, which scored 16 points in the fourth quarter after managing only three in the third.
Righetti 46, Paso Robles 40
Grace Rosa had 18 points and Gwen Lundy had 13 points as the Bearcats (6-17, 3-11 PAC 8) couldn’t hold on to a 36-30 lead in the fourth quarter.
Coast Union 39, Shandon 24
Karely Ochoa had a team-high 11 points for the Broncos (12-6, 8-2 CVL). Coast Union enters the playoffs finishing second in the CVL.
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