High School Sports

Arroyo Grande High girls golf team has sharp round, but loses to Righetti

The Arroyo Grande High girls golf team set a new seasonal best by 10 strokes, shot a CIF-Southern Section qualifying round and set a program record for Cypress Ridge Golf Course but still fell 225-239 to Righetti in a PAC 7 dual on Monday.

The Warriors’ Makayla Mier was the medalist with a 36 through nine holes. Stina Hansson led the Eagles with a 43.

San Luis Obispo 279, Pioneer Valley 304Alessia Weckenmann, the top-ranked golfer in the PAC 7, took medalist honors with a 7-over 42 in a race against the weather at Dairy Creek Golf Course.

Katelyn Guy shot a 54 for the Tigers (2-4, 1-3 PAC 7), who picked up their first league win.

Pioneer Valley was paced by Sierra Martinez’s 55.

“We just tried to get this match in before it started raining on everybody,” San Luis Obispo coach Mike Samaniego said. “It was just cold and windy, and we wanted to hurry up.”

St. Joseph 219, Morro Bay 287The Pirates were led by Jennifer Baltimore’s 53 at Morro Bay Golf Course, but it was no match for medalist Dannielle Gillaspy and her 2-over 37 and teammate Marissa Gutierrez’s 38.

GIRLS VOLLEYBALLMission Prep 3, Lompoc 0Spurred by 21 aces, the Royals improved to 9-1 with a 25-9, 25-17, 25-13 sweep over the Braves.

“We had multiple players with over six aces,” Mission Prep coach Michelle Lakey said. “Serving was the game for us. We just really put them off with our serve.”

BOYS WATER POLONipomo 15, Lompoc 11The Titans (3-14, 0-4 PAC 7) broke a lengthy losing streak by building up a 10-3 halftime lead and cruising to a nonleague road victory against the Braves.

Cole Holloway scored four goals in the first period and led Nipomo with six overall.

The Titans also got four goals from Marc Baker, and goalkeepers Kirk Wilenius and Chance Evans had nine and 10 blocks, respectively.