High School Sports

Prep Roundup: Paso Robles rolls to boys soccer win

Will Stark led the Paso Robles High boys soccer team with two goals and one assist in its 5-1 victory over St. Joseph on Tuesday night.

Stark scored for the Bearcats (4-1-1) in the fifth minute and again in the 75th minute.

Porfirio Delgado scored the Bearcats’ second goal in the 10th minute and was followed by Angel Guevara in the 20th minute with an assist from Stark.

“Guevara scored on a header from about 12 yards out,” Paso Robles coach Evan Clark said. “His goal came off a really nice cross and I was impressed with the power he got behind (the ball).”

Jake Bedell scored for Paso Robles in the 50th minute.

“We had a lot of offensive production,” Clark said, “and I’m very pleased with the energy we came out with. This was the best game of Will’s career and he was definitely the man of the match. He was really able to solidify his role on the team.”

Atascadero 7, Templeton 3

Alex Aguiar led Atascadero with four goals and three assists in the nonleague game.

Joe Camarillo scored the other three goals for the Greyhounds.

Atascadero jumped out to a 3-0 lead. Templeton rallied to tie the score, scoring three goals within eight minutes Aguiar, who has already committed to play at UC Davis, scored at the end of the first half, putting the Greyhounds ahead 4-3.

“This game was good for us,” Atascadero coach Andrew Wilkie said, “We made some mistakes but it’s good to make them early on in the season.

“Templeton played a solid game, their defense didn’t allow us a lot of corner kicks and they made a great comeback as soon as they tasted blood and made their first goal.”

San Luis Obispo 3, Morro Bay 0

Oscar Loeza scored in the 22nd minute for the Tigers to give them the initial lead.

Tyler Davis scored in the 34th minute for San Luis Obispo (3-4), and Nick Boyd scored in the 37th minute off a Paul Sullivan assist.

Cabrillo 2, Arroyo Grande 1

Cabrillo scored in the 57th minute and again in the 67th minute to get a 2-0 lead over the Eagles.

Arroyo Grande’s (4-4) Morgan Wack scored in the 78th minute, but it wasn’t enough.

Nipomo 1, Lompoc 1

Trailing 1-0, the Titans (1-6-1) were able to tie the match with 10 minutes remaining on a goal by Ernie Corona.

Nipomo goalkeeper Joel Diaz kept the Titans close with 14 saves.


Arroyo Grande 6, Cabrillo 0

Arroyo Grande’s Kate Reinhardt scored the first goal in the seventh minute with an assist by Jenna Harshbarger.

In the 12th minute, Ashley Roese scored for the Eagles with an assist by Sammy Wheeler.

Roese scored in the 17th minute to give the Eagles a 3-0 lead over Cabrillo.

In the second half, Selena Diaz, Harshbarger and Niesha Diaz all scored to finish off Cabrillo.

San Luis Obispo 1, Morro Bay 0

The Tigers scored the game’s lone goal in the 23rd minute.

Atascadero 2, Templeton 2

Atascadero’s Jaimie Council and Haley Powers both scored for the Greyhounds (1-1-1 PAC 7).

Nipomo 3, Lompoc 2

Ruby Navarro put the Titans (1--1-1) in the first half, and second-half goals by Navarro and Denise Belmontes proved to be the difference.


Atascadero 65, Templeton 31

Raven Taylor led Atascadero (3-1) with 20 points, and Shannon Berwick finished with 16 points.

Katie Hunter led Templeton (1-4) with 15 points and 12 rebounds. Carly O’Sullivan added 10 points for the Eagles, who trailed 24-11 at halftime.

“Atascadero is a well-balanced team,” Templeton coach Shawn Koehler said. “They can beat you inside and they can beat you outside.”

Coast Union 55, King City 47

Ashley Lorenz and Nicky Ortiz were Coast Union’s top scorers with 14 points each.

King City led by five points entering the fourth quarter, but the Broncos used a 17-4 fourth-quarter edge to take the nonleague win.Kate Lorenz hit back-to-back 3-pointers in the fourth quarter to spark the Broncos.

“We played with intensity throughout the whole game and put good pressure on King City, which is a very good and aggressive team,” Coast Union coach Jerry Gibson said.

North County Christian 72, Orcutt 9

Cristy Scarson scored a game-high 30 points for the Crusaders (2-0).

Kelsey Paulus missed a triple-double by one point as she amassed nine points, 11 rebounds and 10 steals for North County Christian.

Leanne Villalba added 13 points for the Crusaders, who had 47 steals as a team.

Santa Ynez 46, Nipomo 37

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St. Joseph 15, Nipomo 14, 3 OT

The Titans (2-5) fell to St. Joseph in three overtimes after letting a three-goal lead slip away in the fourth quarter.

Shanae Lauridsen led Nipomo with five goals, Julia Tatarian scored four and Jenny Cardanes added three.

Goalkeeper Ashlee McCall made 12 saves for the Titans.


Paso Robles 49, King City 30

Robbie Martinez (112 pounds), Kevin Garcia (130) and Jeremiah Vaughan (189) all won by pin for the Bearcats, who also picked up two forfeit victories.