The Arroyo Grande High baseball team maintained its spot atop the PAC 8 standings but suffered its first league loss Wednesday, 13-3, to Righetti at Arroyo Grande.
Cole Ramey drove in a pair of runs on two separate groundouts for the Eagles (15-7, 12-1), who stay a game ahead of Paso Robles (11-2) and also own the head-to-head tiebreaker over the Bearcats.
Brandon Parker was 2 for 2 with a run for Arroyo Grande, but despite only one error by the Eagles, Righetti mounted a double-digit lead by the third inning.
Paso Robles 5, Righetti 0
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Jeff Neumann threw five innings of two-hit ball with no walks and three strikeouts, and the Bearcats (18-4, 11-2) scored five runs despite only one coming on an official hit.
Jonathan Baldwin, who pitched the final two innings to earn a save, got the scoring started with a sacrifice fly in the first inning. Will Stroud followed with an RBI groundout in the second, before Christian Erickson drew a bases-loaded walk and Matt Keller was hit by a pitch with the bases loaded in the fourth.
Tyler Ridino added a run-scoring single in the sixth.
Atascadero 11, Pioneer Valley 7
Tyson Delkener and Noah Gastello both drove in three runs, Karson Block scored three times, and the Greyhounds (10-12, 7-6 PAC 8) got a seven-run third inning before holding on late.
Delkener, Gastello and Block were each 3 for 4, and Block also drove in two runs. Jedi Damery doubled and tripled for Atascadero, finishing with two RBI as well.
Holden Nix got the win with two strikeouts in 51⁄3 innings, and TJ Fish earned the save.
San Luis Obispo 4, Mission Prep 2
Leadoff hitter Matthew Mundorf drove in two runs, and seven different Tigers recorded a hit against their crosstown rivals.
San Luis Obispo (11-11, 4-9 PAC 8) scored three runs in the second inning and added another in the fifth before the Royals (3-16-1, 0-13) pulled within two on a two-run double by Matt Bosshardt in the top of the sixth.
Chase Ochoa drove in a run for the Tigers, and joined Brandon Mallory, Connor Maydole and Michael Escalle in scoring a run each.
Brooks Hollister went the distance on the mound for San Luis Obispo, allowing four hits and no walks with a strikeout. Bosshardt threw six innings for Mission Prep, striking out a pair.
San Luis Obispo 10, San Marcos 8
The Tigers (19-3) won the final two sets of the day to pull away on the road against their Division 1 opponent.
The No. 2 doubles team of Chase Braun and Pablo Caminada swept its sets 6-4, 6-1, 6-0.
San Luis Obispo also got two points apiece from its other doubles tandems — Adie Alwen and Cameron Dong, and Alessandro Pederzoli and Sid Alwen.
Los Padres League Tournament
Adam Burrola shot a tourney-best 75 to lead Nipomo to a team title at the par-72 La Purisima Golf Course in Lompoc.
The Titans won by 29 strokes over second-place Lompoc, finishing at 417.
Templeton took seventh with 552 strokes, and Morro Bay was eighth at 574.
Mission Prep 430, Pioneer Valley 472
Nico Aurignac shot a team-best 81 for the Royals (2-12) at the par-71 Dairy Creek Golf Course.
Chandler Senior shot an 83, and Ethan McKeague added an 88 for Mission Prep.
Pioneer Valley’s Matthew Lima was the medalist at 77.
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