Makayla Mier earned medalist honors by shooting a 79 and leading the Righetti High girls golf team to a e victory at the PAC 7 finals at Cypress Ridge Golf Course on Thursday.
Mier was also declared the league MVP. Teammate Mareon Smit finished with an 80 and will join Mier in CIF competition.
Righetti shot a 433 to top runner-up Arroyo Grande, which fired a 476. San Luis Obispo was third at 515, and Paso Robles finished fourth with a 529.
Stina Hansson set an 18-hole school record for Arroyo Grande with an 82, beating the 2007 record by one stroke.
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Hansson will represent the Eagles in postseason play.
Arroyo Grande 3, San Luis Obispo 1The Eagles won 16-25, 25-20, 25-10, 25-9.
Chelsey McKelvy had 10 kills and six blocks for Arroyo Grande (17-2, 10-0 PAC 7), and Millisa Morrow had 10 kills. Rachel Ventura had four kills, four blocks, and one ace for the Eagles, and Madi Ventura had 18 digs.
Maggie Jo Kaffury had five digs, one ace and two kills for Arroyo Grande.
Beth Hoyt had 12 kills and 11 digs for the Tigers (10-8, 6-4 PAC 7), and Kristin Urias had 19 assists and 11 digs.
Atascadero 3, Righetti 0
Brianna Norlock led Atascadero (12-5, 7-4 PAC 7) with 11 kills in its 25-16, 25-13, 25-15 sweep.
Norlock finished with 11 digs, teammate Kiah Featherstone added 10 kills, nine digs and five aces.
Paso Robles 3, Mission Prep 2
Andrea Fernandez led Mission Prep (12-3) with 12 kills and 14 digs in its 22-25, 25-23, 20-25, 25-23, 13-15 loss.
Danielle Brescia added 10 kills, eight digs, and three aces for the Royals, and setter Dierdre Laird contributed 26 assists, 19 digs and three aces.
“Paso is a great team with great serves and ball control,” Mission Prep coach Michelle Lakey said. “I’m very impressed with how competitive they were. A lot of our game came down to Dierdre. She was able to move the ball around and she helped us play smart and score a lot of points.”
Morro Bay 3, Santa Maria 1
Morro Bay’s Ciara Ramos had a match-high 15 kills and 26 digs in a 25-16, 25-27, 25-15, 25-9 win in Santa Maria.
Tia Gacad had 12 kills and 19 digs while Kylie Gacad added 39 assists for the Pirates (8-7, 7-3 Los Padres League).
North County Christian 3, Maricopa 0
The Crusaders swept first-place Maricopa 26-24, 25-23, 25-16, giving the Indians (14-2, 7-1 CVL) their first loss of the Coast Valley League season.
Brianna Feld had six aces and 12 kills for the Crusaders (6-14, 3-5 Coast Valley League), and Ashlee Soots and Jessica Yoshida both added four digs each.
Shandon 3, Coastal Christian 2
The Outlaws defeated the Conquerors 23-25, 25-21, 8-25, 25-23, 15-4.
Taylor Brooks had 43 digs for Coastal Christian (4-3 CVL), and Grace Napier had 14 kills and 36 digs.
Kellee Rendon had 12 aces and 11 digs for Shandon (9-2, 6-1 CVL), and Dontavia Henderson had seven blocks. Estefania Ramirez had 12 aces and 22 digs for the Outlaws in the win that tied Shandon for first with Maricopa in CVL play.
Joanne Linstaedt had three aces and 32 assists for the Conquerors, and Leslie Henry had 14 digs.
BOYS WATER POLO
San Luis Obispo 16, Nipomo 9
Dragan Dincic scored a season-high seven goals, and teammate Kyle McAlahney added a season-high six to lead San Luis Obispo.
The Tigers (5-3 PAC 7), who jumped out to a 9-2 halftime lead, got 13 saves from goalie Tommy Caffrey.
Bakersfield Christian 8, Mission Prep 0
The Royals’ season came to an end after the shutout loss in the CIF-Central Section Division V semifinals in Bakersfield.
Senior Ally Kersthold, playing in her final match, was the closest Mission Prep singles player to a win, falling 7-6 (5), 7-6 (4) to Lily Schuler.
The doubles team of seniors Rachel Ronca and Helena Olivieri were deadlocked after two sets with the 12th-ranked doubles team in the Central Section when the match was called because of darkness.
Mission Prep is losing five seniors, and coach John Ronca also announced that he will be moving on.
“This is probably my swan song as well,” Ronca said. “But this program is going to continue to grow and get even better.”
Paso Robles 14, Righetti 4
The Bearcats won eight of nine doubles matches to claim their final regular-season match.
Maria Petiy and Savannah Carlson both won two of three singles matches for Paso Robles (14-2, 10-2 PAC 7), which will await playoff pairings.
“This is the best we’ve ever done,” Paso Robles coach Laura Clowes said. “We might get to play at home, so we’re excited about that.”
San Luis Obispo 16, Nipomo 2
Abigail Will and Tori Troesch each had two 6-0 wins in singles play for the Tigers.
Maddie Hansen and Coreen Owens were the top doubles duo for San Luis Obispo (15-1, 11-0 PAC 7), with 6-0, 6-3, 6-1 sweeps.
Jenny Cardenas and Tessa Underwood were the only doubles team for the Titans to get a win, and Bianca Grant had the other. Alex Coffman and Lili Voisinet added two 6-0, 6-0 wins for the Tigers.
Arroyo Grande 12, Atascadero 6
Mia McKinstry led Arroyo Grande (11-5, 8-3 PAC 7), sweeping her three singles matches 6-1, 6-2, 6-0.Hayley Veal followed McKinstry’s sweep, posting 7-5, 7-6 wins for the Eagles.
“Veal played really well and was really aggressive,” Arroyo Grande assistant coach Sheryl Brigham said. “She showed incredible endurance and athleticism.”
Kristen MacBride led Atascadero with 7-5, 6-0 victories.
Allie Martin and Caitlin Milich swept 6-0, 6-2, 6-0, leading the Eagles in doubles.
Michelle Phillips and Amy Olsen led the Greyhounds in doubles with 6-3, 7-5 wins.
Santa Maria 12, Morro Bay 6
Megan Hansen swept her singles matches 6-1, 6-2, 6-2 for the Pirates (2-8-1, 3-10-1 LPL).