High School Sports

Prep Roundup: Eagles pull into tie for first in PAC 7 volleyball

The Arroyo Grande boys volleyball team played a little catchup in the PAC 7 standings by defeating San Luis Obispo at home 25-20, 25-19, 25-17 on Tuesday.

The Eagles and Tigers are now tied at 6-1 in the PAC 7 with three games remaining.

Leading the way for Arroyo Grande was Michael Glass’ 26 assists and James Tringham’s nine kills and five blocks. Daniel Wrage also added six kills and two aces .

Curtis Abram recorded a team-high 13 kills for the Tigers.

Righetti 3, Paso Robles 1

The Bearcats’ Cheyne Hayes had nine kills and Wyatt Hansen had six but it was not enough as Paso Robles fell 25-18, 23-25, 25-9, 25-18.

Boys Tennis

Arroyo 16, Atascadero 2

The Eagles’ singles unit lost only one game while winning the rest by a score margin of no less than 6-1.

No. 1 Sam Rodgers swept his competition 6-0, 6-0, 6-0 and No. 3 Nick Hollister won 6-1, 6-1, 6-1. In doubles, No. 2 Paras Shukla and Sean Langwell won 6-4, 6-2, 6-2 for Arroyo Grande (9-5, 6-4 PAC 7).

Atascadero received one of its wins from No. 3 Vishal Patel (6-3).

SLO 13, Nipomo 5

San Luis Obispo (15-2, 9-0) swept doubles play and saw a pair of dominating performances by Julian Arnold in singles play to seal the PAC 7 win.

The teams of Scott Freeberg and Jared Belsher, Mike and Brian Hicks and Dov Kadin and Robbie Milla combined to win each of the nine doubles matches for the Tigers.

Adam Peterman and Matthew Will had two wins apiece for Nipomo.

Templeton 10, Cabrillo 8

Schuyler Siemens and Bryan Eisermann won all three of their matches to lead Templeton (6-5 LPL) to the Los Padres League win. Jeff Eisermann also won two of his singles matches to give the Eagles eight of nine singles wins.

Morro Bay 10, Lompoc 8

No. 3 Willie Reithofer and Thomas Matzinger pulled off a key 7-6 (7-3) win against Lompoc’s No. 2 doubles team to clinch a win for Morro Bay.

With the win, Morro Bay (9-3, 7-3 LPL) is ensured of at least a tie for third place with Templeton in the LPL.

Track and Field

Boys: Atascadero 97, SLO 38; Girls: SLO 93, Atascadero 43

The Greyhounds’ boys team defeated San Luis Obispo but the Tigers’ girls edged out Atascadero.

Robert Neely from Atascadero won the 100 hurdles (16.3 seconds) and the long jump (20 feet, 11 inches.

San Luis Obispo only had wins from Brian Knight in the 1,600 (4 minutes, 47.3 seconds), Tyler Romero in the 400 (53.1) and Tim Sherry in the 3,200 (10:25.7).

On the girls side, Julia Uyttewaal from San Luis Obispo won the 1,600 (5:33.1) and the 3,200 (2:04.6).

Atascadero’s Stephanie Cullors won the discus (123-11) and the shot put (33-2).

Boys: Paso 103, Pioneer Valley 32; Girls: Pioneer Valley 70, Paso Robles 62

Tom Nagengast had the top mark of the day with an 181-2 heave in the discus for Paso Robles. Michael Keating also had a big day for the Bearcats with wins in the 110 hurdles (15.3), long jump (17-113/4) and pole vault (8-6).

For the girls, Marissa Garza won the shot put (33-71/4) and discus (135-3) for Paso Robles. The Bearcats’ only other individual winners were Kate Moore in the pole vault, Hannah Huff in the 1,600 and Lauren Bedell in the 3,200.

Boys: Nipomo 88, Righetti 48; Girls: Nipomo 87, Righetti 49

Nate Casas (110 hurdles) and Stephen Otto (long and triple jumps) were double winners for the Nipomo boys.

For the Titans girls, Marina Dana (high and triple jumps) and Jenny Brown (400 and 200) also were double-event winners.

Boys Golf

Arroyo 395, Paso 398

The Eagles had three golfers shoot in the 70s.

Bryan Pierce shot a teamlow 74 for Arroyo Grande (4-0- 1 PAC 7) on the par-72 Cypress Ridge Golf Course.

Kevin Sepulveda was the medalist, shooting an even-par 72 for Paso Robles.

Atascadero 401, SLO 427

Jason Peters led Atascadero by shooting a match-best 75 on the par-72 San Luis Obispo Country Club.

Jimmy Summer turned in San Luis Obispo’s top round with an 80.

Mission Prep 446, Coast Union 458

Mission Prep took the lead in its series with Coast Union. Chris Moore was the medalist for the Broncos with a 79, but Mission Prep’s depth was enough to edge out the Broncos.

The top round turned in for Mission Prep was Nick Enberg with an 81.