San Luis Obispo High freshman Andrea Reynolds came within one out of a perfect game as the Tigers dominated Mission Prep 10-0 in six innings in a Tuesday nonleague softball game.
Reynolds allowed a two-out, sixth inning single to Mission Prep’s Kyra Joseph and faced just one batter over the minimum.
“She’s a real exciting freshman to have,” San Luis Obispo coach Mike Lee said. “She’s also the only freshman on the team this year, and I’m really looking forward to having that kind of pitching in the circle for several years.”
Taryn Kalman was 2 for 3 with a triple and three RBI, and Keri Jacobs-Kelly also drove in three for the Tigers (4-2).
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Lee said that having all-PAC 7 catcher Karina Smyth help the pitching staff is a big asset for the team but that bigger challenges await.
“The real task (for Reynolds) is going to be when we open up league next week,” Lee added. “We need to see how things look when she can have the ball in her hands against the league, but she’s had a couple of good performances up to this point.”
Arroyo Grande 4, Lompoc 1
Jill Compton struck out 15 in a complete game win and was 4 for 4 at the plate with a double and three singles.
Moriah Vargas and Jessica Danylo each added two hits for the Eagles (4-2).
Cabrillo 7, Paso Robles 0
Alexa Munoz had the only hit for Paso Robles.
Kellie Reynolds pitched four innings for the Bearcats and had three strikeouts with no walks.
Atascadero 11, Santa Ynez 2
Atascadero’s Lauryn Cooper hit her first home run of the season in the win.
Erin Pennington was 4 for 5 for Atascadero (9-2), hitting a double, a triple and driving in four runs.
Atascadero pitcher Jill Johnson had 11 strikeouts and no walks for the Greyhounds.
St. Joseph 10, Nipomo 0
Cami Castillo went 2 for 3 with a double, and Courtney Cuzick added two hits for Nipomo (1-3).
Templeton 14, Coast Union 4
Jasmine Bucio drove in two runs for Coast Union (0-4).
Righetti 5, Morro Bay 4
Brenda Macias had a pinch-hit, two-run single for Morro Bay (2-4), and Candace Milbourne struck out four in five innings while allowing two runs.
North Cou. Christian 11, Maricopa 10
The Crusaders (2-0 Coast Valley League) scored eight runs with two outs in the sixth inning to turn an 8-1 deficit into a 9-8 lead.
Kelsey Paulus hit a grand slam in the inning and won the game with a walk-off two-run double and struck out 11 hitters.
Coastal Christian 14, Valley Christian Academy 13
Coastal Christian (1-1) battled back from an 11-1 deficit to beat Valley Christian by a run.
Trailing 13-9 in the sixth, Coastal Christian scored five runs in the sixth to win.
Arroyo Grande 11, Lompoc 7
Kyle Raubinger started a rally for Arroyo Grande (3-1 PAC 7) with a three-run home run in the second inning, his second of the season.Raubinger was 3 for 4 and had four RBI and pitched four innings with one strikeout.
Atascadero 9, Morro Bay 3
Brent Poulin had three hits, including a home run and a double with five RBI for the Greyhounds (1-3).
Nate Gastelo went 2 for 2, and Tanner Thompson scored three times for Atascadero.
Rico Caravalho had a double for Morro Bay (2-3).
Dos Pueblos 14, Paso Robles 4
Angel Gonzalez had an RBI double for the Bearcats (2-2 PAC 7) and was 2 for 3.
Nipomo 9, Templeton 8
Jeff McNeil hit his second home run of the season for Nipomo (2-1).
McNeil had two hits, and Cole Holloway allowed no hits in three innings for Nipomo.
Tyler Kollmann hit two doubles for Templeton (2-2).
Mission Prep 23, Coast Union 3
Mission Prep’s (1-2) Ray Hurwitz was 3 for 6, hitting a double and triple while knocking in six runs.
Matt Howell added two hits, including a triple, and Scott Gill was 3 for 3.
North Co. Christian 13, Maricopa 5
Josh Feld was 2 for 2 with a double and scored three runs for the Crusaders (3-0, 1-0 Coast Valley League).
Arroyo Grande 18, Nipomo 0
Sean Hollister swept two singles matches without dropping a game, and Soren Richards added two wins.
Jason Dong, Kyle Beile and Norbert Mocan added wins while Danny Williams did not drop a single point in a dominating win for Arroyo Grande (5-1, 2-0 PAC 7).
San Luis Obispo 13, Paso Robles 5
James Campbell swept his three singles matches for San Luis Obispo (3-4, 2-0 PAC 7).
San Luis Obispo’s Coco Angulo added three more singles win.
The Tigers also had doubles sweeps from the teams of Peter Angulo and Blake Nicholson, and Robbie Milla and Grant Murphy.
Templeton 11, Lompoc 7
Brady Peracca and Matt Murray each had two singles wins for Templeton.
Steven Moody and Austin Harrington led Templeton in doubles matches with a 6-4, 6-2, 6-2 sweep.
Santa Maria 16, Morro Bay 2
The Pirates (0-2 LPL) got a pair of wins from their No. 1 doubles tandem of Robbie Kellet and Alex Quirk.
Santa Ynez 12, Atascadero 6
Atascadero’s Devin Barber and Kyle Barber both won two singles matches.
Atascadero 397, Paso Robles 474
Atascadero’s Austin Kaiser shot an even-par 72 at Hunter Ranch to claim medalist honors.
Dalton Womack shot a 79 for the Greyhounds (1-0 PAC 7), while Wes Levandusky led Paso Robles with an 80.
San Luis Obispo 382, Santa Ynez 401
San Luis Obispo’s Joseph Zakaria was the medalist with a score of 71 in Santa Ynez.
San Luis Obispo 3, Santa Ynez 0
The Tigers swept Santa Ynez in 25-20, 25-11, 25-25 on the road.
San Luis Obispo’s Chip Blaney and Nick Betier each had six kills and San Duval had seven kills and seven blocks.
Keilan Meertens led the Tigers (7-0) with 25 assists and five aces, and Jeremy Cleere had 24 digs.