Nipomo 66, Templeton 56
Kyle Lane came off the bench and hit four second-half threes to help propel Nipomo to a 10-point victory, the team’s third win in a row.
Mason Gallegos led Nipomo (6-13, 3-2 Los Padres League) with 19 points and freshman point guard Daniel Hyun had 12.
“A lot of these kinds have worked really hard, and it is starting to pay off,” Nipomo coach Daniel Hyun said. “They are slowly getting better and better.”
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Nipomo hosts Santa Maria on Thursday.
Coast Union 51, Maricopa 33
Jez Lawson had eight points and Auggie Johnson added seven points in the Broncos’ victory. Coast Union improves to 4-0 in the Coast Valley League and 8-8 overall.
Nipomo 50, Templeton 43
Sidney Aguilera had a team-high 16 points and Abbey Gutierrez had 11 for Nipomo. The Titans (8-9, 4-1 Los Padres League) outscored Templeton 19-7 in the second quarter to pull away.
Vanessa Davis chipped in with 10 points for Nipomo, which travels to face Santa Maria on Thursday.
Coast Union 47, Maricopa 9
Reagan Kniffen had 11 points, three rebounds and three assists and Terrace Lawson had six steals for the Broncos. Fabi Gonzales added eight points and nine steals in the victory for Coast Union (3-1 Coast Valley League), which plays Coastal Christian on Friday.
Girls Water Polo
Arroyo Grande 11, San Luis Obispo 2
The Arroyo Grande girls water polo team beat rival San Luis Obispo 11-2 in a PAC 8 contest Tuesday. Arroyo Grande (15-1, 3-0) was led by Arden Taylor and Sarah Parson, who each scored a pair of goals for the Eagles.
Seven other players scored a goal for Arroyo Grande.
Addie Foster and Campbell Warren each scored in the second half for the Tigers (10-6, 1-2). Rachel Lovato had three saves in goal for San Luis Obispo.
Lompoc 3, Morro Bay 2 OT
The Pirates tied the game with less than a minute remaining to force overtime on an Alejandro Sanchez goal, which was assisted by Leif Besmehn. In overtime, Lompoc scored in the first period to go up 2-1, but the Pirates rallied again, scoring on a goal by Tanner Clark and assisted by freshman Gavin Langford-Bailie.
The Braves would go on to score another before the end of the final period, in a game that saw red cards on both sides.
Morro Bay (1-3-1 Los Padres League) has now gone to overtime in three of five league games this season.
“We had chances, the boys aren’t giving up,” coach Andrew Wilkie said, whose team plays Orcutt Academy on Thursday at Pioneer Valley at 3:30 p.m.