The Cal Poly women’s golf team was tied for seventh place with Cal State Northridge following the first round of play Monday at the 16-team Lamkin Grip Invitational at Cypress Ridge Golf Course.
The Mustangs shot a four-person 321 total, trailing UC Riverside’s 304. Alicia Weber led Cal Poly individually with a 75, three strokes off the lead and tied for third.
Cal Poly football moves up
Following its 41-33 win over St. Francis (Pa.) this past weekend, the Cal Poly football team climbed in each of the national Football Championship Subdivision polls.
The Mustangs (6-3) rose from No. 22 to No. 19 in the Sports Network media poll and from No. 20 to No. 18 in the coaches poll.
Paso Robles High inducting two into Hall of Fame
Paso Robles High will induct two former athletes into its Hall of Fame during a halftime ceremony at Friday’s 7 p.m. football game against Righetti at War Memorial Stadium. The inductees are 1966 grad Don Parish and 1998 alumna Tiffany Goudy.
Parish went on to star in football at Stanford, earning All-American first-team honors in 1969. He was drafted in the fourth round by the St. Louis Cardinals before also going on to play for the Los Angeles Rams and Denver Broncos. Parish is also enshrined in the Stanford Hall of Fame.
Goudy, after being named the San Luis Obispo County Softball Player of the Year (in addition to earning all-CIF Southern Section acclaim), went on to play for Colorado and San Diego State, garnering all-conference accolades at both schools.
Eagles boys lose at Righetti in water polo
The Arroyo Grande High boys water polo team lost 17-8 to PAC 7 frontrunner Righetti.
Kevin Meffert had three goals to lead the Eagles (18-10, 8-3), and Tanner Sandman added two scores, but it wasn’t enough to overcome the third-ranked team in Division 4 of the CIF-Southern Section.
Arroyo Grande goalkeeper John Kullman made six saves.
Atascadero High drops Coast Union in girls tennis
Atascadero High defeated Coast Union 12-6 in a nonleague girls tennis match.
In singles, the Greyhounds’ Claire Jacobs swept 6-0, 7-5, 6-2. In doubles, teammates Rhiannon Dudley and Marissa Jordan went 6-0, 6-1, 6-2.