The Arroyo Grande High boys soccer team won both its games Monday at the Mustang Invitational in Mission Viejo, topping Cerritos 4-0 and host Trabuco 3-1.
In the first win, Morgan Wack scored the first goal in the eighth minute on an assist by Brandon Macias. Dylan Efron scored nine minutes later on a pass from Christian Garcia. Eric Simon and Tyler Slocom then tacked on insurance goals.
Later, Macias got the top-seeded Eagles (7-4) on the board in the third minute thanks to an Efron assist, and they took a 2-0 lead on a 33rd-minute score by Eliseo Torres, who tallied another goal 10 minutes later.
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Arroyo Grande 4, Santa Fe 0; Los Altos 2, Arroyo Grande 1
Freshman Mallory Slatebo had two goals in the first win at the North Orange County Tournament. Lupita Leon and Sammy Wheeler also added scores for Arroyo Grande (8-2).
Slatebo “is fast and quick, and makes great off-the-ball runs, and she uses her body very well,” Arroyo Grande assistant coach Johnnie Reinhardt said.
In the second contest, Ashley Roese scored in the 49th minute, but Los Altos pulled ahead with a free kick two minutes afterward.
Paso Robles 11, Santa Maria 0; Paso Robles 1, Tulare Western 1
In the first win at the Santa Maria Tournament, the Bearcats’ Camilia Pacheco had three goals, with Krista Broderick and Maritza Juarez each adding two.
Goalkeepers Carly McCall and Jasmine Galvez combined for the shutout for Paso Robles, which advanced to the gold pool.
Against Tulare Western, Maria Chavez had a 15th-minute goal that tied the score.
San Luis Obispo 6, Pioneer Valley 2; San Luis Obispo 5, Lompoc 0
Kiele Argente had two goals and an assist in the Tigers’ first win at the Santa Maria Tournament. Shannon Fontes, Alessa Moscoso, Emily Babcock and Stevie Goo also all scored.
In the second game, Argente and Fontes each netted a score to keep San Luis Obispo (10-0-2) unbeaten.
Dos Pueblos 3, Morro Bay 1; Nipomo 2, Morro Bay 0
Cassie Mooneyhan beat a sweeper to score the Pirates’ goal in the first game at the Santa Maria Tournament.
Hanna Neisinger and Annie Wahler made a combined 11 saves in the two games for Morro Bay (4-7).
Arroyo Grande 56, Natomas 48
Arroyo Grande held on to a 39-27 halftime lead at the Marin Catholic Tournament, thanks in large part to Derick Beasley, who had a team-best 23 points.
Michael Escobedo added nine for the Eagles (9-3).
Nipomo 63, Pioneer of Whittier 60
Jonathan Fisher had 21 points and 11 rebounds for the Titans (5-6) at the San Pedro Tournament.
Jeff McNeil added 17, and Ryan McNeil 13 for Nipomo.
Morro Bay 62, Valley Christian 28; Santa Ynez 67, Morro Bay 60
Case Bruton led Morro Bay (4-7) with 13 points in its win at the Valley Christian Academy Tournament, and Luke Holzschuh added 11.Bruton then poured in 22 against Santa Ynez, while Holzschuh and Bryce Owens added 13 apiece.
Exeter 71, North County Christian 41
Josh Feld led North County Christian (4-7) with 12 points, and Caleb Katches chipped in 11.
North Bakersfield 42, Paso Robles 41, OT; Paso Robles 33, Centennial 29
The Bearcats rallied from a seven-point halftime deficit, coming back with a 28-point second half to force overtime at the Stockdale Tournament.
Katie Sheldon led Paso Robles with 14 points, and Chelsea Merrill had 10.
Paso Robles (5-4) rebounded in the second outing, this time erasing a five-point halftime deficit. Sheldon had 10 points in the victory.
Stockdale of Bakersfield 80, San Luis Obispo 32
Hannah Kenny led San Luis Obispo (4-6) with 16 points.
The Tigers trailed 50-13 at halftime against the perennial Central Section power hosting the Stockdale Tournament.
Lompoc 47, Nipomo 40; Nipomo 51, El Camino 39
Shatiana Vernon led Lompoc with 13 points at the Righetti Tournament. Tessa Underwood led Nipomo (5-6) with 10.
In the second game, Underwood carried the Titans with 26, aided by Cami Castillo’s 13.
Tamalpais 58, Mission Prep 57
Bri Harvey led Mission Prep with 22 points at the West Coast Jamboree.
Jenna Dunbar followed with 18 for the Royals, who missed two shots in the closing seconds that would’ve won the game.
Carpinteria 51, North County Christian 48, OT
Cristy Scarson led North County Christian (4-4) with 17 points at the Valley Christian Tournament.
Brianna Feld followed with 10 for the Crusaders, who were outscored 6-3 in overtime.
Coast Union 67, Grace Brethren 47
Kate Lorenz led the Broncos with 17 points, while Ashley Lorenz contributed 15 at the Valley Christian Tournament.
Coast Union (4-4), which also got 14 points from Nicky Ortiz, led 33-16 at halftime.