High School Sports

Prep Roundup: Paso Robles downs Morro Bay

The Paso Robles High boys basketball team got 15 points apiece from Brandon Todd and Lonnie Watson in a 65-42 nonleague win over Morro Bay on Thursday night.

The Bearcats (4-3) outscored Morro Bay in each quarter, including 19-11 to open the game.

Edward Griley led Morro Bay (1-5) with 15 points and six rebounds while Case Bruton added nine points.

Atascadero 71, Cabrillo 66

The Greyhounds’ Sam McMillan was the leading scorer with 22 points. Fellow Atascadero guard Troy Norris wasn’t far behind with 19.

Cabrillo was ahead going into the fourth quarter, 58-48, when the Greyhounds came back with a 23-point fourth-quarter rally for the victory.

“We played an outstanding fourth quarter and passed the ball very well,” Atascadero coach Jerry Tamelier said.

Pioneer Valley 39, Coast Union 30, OT

Coast Union led for the first three quarters and had a nine-point lead going into the fourth, when Pioneer Valley came back to score 11 points and force a 30-30 tie at the end of regulation.

In overtime, Pioneer Valley outscored the Broncos 9-0.

Sean Mertens led Coast Union with eight points. Jordan Jones was the leading scorer for Pioneer Valley with nine.

Mission Prep 63, Taft 35

With 6-foot-8 center Patrick Woolpert patrolling the paint, the Royals effectually made the Wildcats one-dimensional.

“We forced a lot of outside shots and did good job of protecting the lane,” Mission Prep coach Terrance Harris said.

Woolpert had a team-high 11 points, as did junior wing Art Lane.

“He was very aggressive tonight,” Harris said of Lane — who last year led the Royals’ junior varsity squad in scoring.

Bill Sukoski chipped in 10 points for Mission Prep (2-0).

Clint Jorgensen nailed four 3-pointers to lead Taft (2-1) with 14.

Montclair Prep 64, North County Christ. 32

Josh Feld led the Crusaders with 17 points, and Joe Honeycutt and Daniel Katches each added five in defeat.


Arroyo Grande 6, Morro Bay 1

Arroyo Grande’s Morgan Wack scored three goals in the first 15 minutes of the game.

Wack scored his third goal in the 14th and added another in the 54th.

Andres Pille scored the two other goals for Arroyo Grande (5-4) in the 49th and 52nd.

Santa Maria 4, Nipomo 1

Anthony Perez scored the only goal for the Titans in the first half.

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Arroyo Grande 3, Morro Bay 0

Kate Reinhardt scored her fifth and sixth goals of the season for the Eagles (3-1).

After Maggi Jo Keffury assisted on Reinhardt’s first goal to put Arroyo Grande up 1-0 at halftime, Niesha Diaz scored on an assist from Maddi Ravalin to give the Eagles a two-goal cushion.

Paso Robles 3, Santa Ynez 3

Trailing 1-0, the Bearcats tied the score on a goal from Nikko Calabaria. Maddy Cline and Maria Chavez also scored for Paso Robles.

Nipomo 4, Santa Maria 0

Nipomo’s Janay Poggi scored the Titans’ first goal in the 15th minute, and Brianna Turk followed with a goal in the 18th.

Caitlyne Fernandez scored in the fifth minute of the second half for the Titans for a 3-0 advantage.

Cristina Ozzimo tacked on a score in the 27th minute of the second half on a pass from Kaitylnn Tanner.


San Luis Obispo 10, Santa Ynez 8

Kennedy Peters scored five goals for the Tigers (3-2), who outscored Santa Ynez 4-1 in a key third-quarter stretch.

Kim Bellis added three scores, and goalie Andie Judson made five saves for San Luis Obispo.

Morro Bay 10, Pioneer Valley 1

Megan Long was the leading scorer for the Pirates with four goals.

Melodie Marcy and Mel Freeborn scored a pair of goals.

Dani Churchill and Kerri Novick had a combined 11 saves for Morro Bay.

Arroyo Grande 11, Mira Costa 3

Kim Johnson was the top scorer for the Eagles (1-0) with four goals in their season opener against Mira Costa, which defeated Arroyo Grande a year ago.