High School Sports

Mendoza wins two events in Arroyo Grande's track win

Arroyo Grande High sophomore Uriel Mendoza won the 200 meters and the long jump as the Eagles beat Atascadero in a dual track and field meet on Thursday.

Mendoza won the boys 200 in 24.75 seconds and claimed the boys long jump with a leap of 20 feet, and was also on the winning 400 relay team that ran a 44.9.

Overall, Arroyo Grande’s boys routed Atascadero 112-23 while the girls claimed a 105-30 victory.

Emma Weinreich won the girls 400 for Arroyo Grande in 1:01.82 and took first place in the long jump with a distance 14-7.

Boys: Nipomo 88, San Luis Obispo 47; Girls: San Luis Obispo 89, Nipomo 47The Nipomo boys (3-1) took 30 out of the 32 points in sprinting events as Kevin Britt won the 100 in 10.87. Britt also took the 200 in 23.8 and was a member of the winning 400 relay squad.

San Luis Obispo’s Vivien Devaney had a personal best in the discus with a throw of 149-3, which Tigers coach Steve Boaz said was a top-10 mark in the state. Abrianna Torres won the high jump (5-2), long jump (17-0.5) and 100 (12.3) for San Luis Obispo.

Nipomo’s girls (3-1) lost for the first time this season. The Titans’ Kelsie Jarratt claimed the girls pole vault in 11-9 and the triple jump in 31-7.

Boys: Santa Ynez 88, Morro Bay 48; Girls: Santa Ynez 89, Morro Bay 47Morro Bay freshman Hannah Carry won the 200 in 27.9. Kyle Foster won the boys pole vault for Morro Bay (1-2 Los Padres League) with a height of 12-0.

Boys: Paso Robles 105, Righetti 31; Girls: Paso Robles 81, Righetti 54Aleksander Koch won both hurdles events on the boys side for the Bearcats with a time of 15.4 in 110 and 42.9 in the 300.

Paso Robles’ Max Blanton won the 100 in 11.1 and the 200 in 23.0.

On the girls side, Tess Rountree won the 100 hurdles for Paso Robles in 15.4, the 300 hurdles in 53.3 and the high jump with a mark of 5-2. Maddy Cline won the girls 1,600 for the Bearcats in 5:47 and the 800 in 2:39. Paso Robles’ Maritza Juarez took the top spot in the shot put with a distance of 31-10 and the discus with a distance of 123-1.

Paso Robles’ boys improved to 3-1 while the girls moved to 2-2.

BOYS TENNISArroyo Grande 14, Paso Robles 4Eli Whittle swept three sets without dropping a game, and Sean Hollister won three sets for Arroyo Grande.

The doubles team of Danny Williams and Evan Lange also swept for the Eagles (7-2, 4-0 PAC 7).

San Luis Obispo 16, Pioneer Valley 2The Tigers got a team sweep in doubles, as the tandem of Peter Angulo and Blake Nicholson dropped just three total games. The team of Robbie Milla and Tomas Jimenez swept, as well, as did Grant Murphy and Shahrukh Syed.

Atascadero 16, Nipomo 2Danny Street and Austin Alexander won two sets apiece for Atascadero (4-2, 3-1 PAC 7).

Brett Buckingham and his partner Stefan Habrile also claimed two sets for the Greyhounds. Nipomo traveled with just six players and was forced to forfeit several matches.Santa Ynez 14, Templeton 4Templeton’s Brady Peracca won two sets, and Matt Murray added a singles win for the Eagles.

SOFTBALLKing City 13, Coast Union 3Katie Dustin had a triple and an RBI for the Broncos (1-6) and Ciera Vialpando and Ashlyn Silva added a hit apiece.

BOYS GOLFPAC 7 Tournament at Blacklake Golf CourseAtascadero’s Austin Kaiser shot a 2-over 74 en route to a second-place finish at a Pioneer Valley-hosted league tournament. Kaiser finished two strokes behind Righetti’s Reilly McMahon, who claimed medalist honors after shooting an even-par 72.

The Warriors also claimed the team title after shooting 390.

Arroyo Grande, led by Matt McAustin’s 75 and Mitch Martin’s 76, finished second after carding a team total of 395. San Luis Obispo finished third with a score of 401. Tyler Anderson led the Tigers with a 78.

Atascadero’s 402 was good for fourth while Nipomo (420), led by Rory Doll’s 77, was fifth.

BOYS VOLLEYBALLSan Luis Obispo 3, San Marcos 0The Tigers (9-1) swept San Marcos 25-23, 25-22, 25-17 at home. San Luis Obispo’s Chip Blaney led with 12 kills and Sam Duval added seven. Jeremy Cleere had 14 digs for San Luis Obispo and Keilan Meertens had 28 assists.

Righetti 3, Mission Prep 0The Warriors swept 25-19, 25-11, 25-17 at home against Mission Prep (3-4).

Chris Salvini had one kill and one ace and John Sansone had a kill and six digs for the Royals. Mission Prep’s Sean Robinson had 18 assists.

Arroyo Grande 3, St. Joseph 0Arroyo Grande (3-2, 1-0 PAC 7) had a 25-16, 25-18, 25-18 victory over St. Joseph.

Sean Reed had 10 kills for the Eagles and Michael Matosich added six more.

Danny Merit had six blocks for Arroyo Grande.