High School Sports

Prep Roundup: Compton fans 31 over two games

Arroyo Grande High pitcher Jill Compton struck out a combined 31 hitters in two games Friday, just a day after pitching a perfect game at the Arroyo Grande High Softball by the Beach Invitational.

The Eagles opened play Friday by beating Diamond Bar 1-0 in nine innings.

Compton pitched a complete-game shutout, allowing three hits, walking one and hitting a batter. She also scored the game-winning run on a Jordan Robinson’s double.

Robinson and Alexa Wetmore had two hits apiece for the Eagles (12-5).

In the tournament’s fifth-place game, Arroyo Grande fell 3-1 to St. Joseph of Lakewood.

Compton had 13 strikeouts while allowing five hits and had the team’s lone RBI.

In the tournament championship game later Friday, Royal of Simi Valley beat Simi Valley 4-0 to defend its crown.

“We saw some great competition,” Eagles coach Kristin Ciecek said. “Overall it was a great couple of days, and the team played well.”

San Joaquin Memorial 4, San Luis Obispo 3; San Luis Obispo 4, Morro Bay 3, 8 innings

Karina Smyth was 3 for 3 and missed the cycle by a double in the early loss at the Arroyo Grande tournament.

Andrea Reynolds struck out nine and walked two, but the Tigers allowed two unearned runs.

In the win over Morro Bay, Smyth added another home run and finished with two hits.

Kellie Lewelling and Selene Houlis were both 2 for 4 for San Luis Obispo (10-8).

Houlis had the game-winning hit against Morro Bay in the eighth inning.

The Tigers finished 1-3 at the tournament.

St. Joseph (Lakewood) 4, Nipomo 0; Nipomo 8, Diamond Bar 0

Courtney Cuzick threw two innings of scoreless relief, striking out two in the loss to St. Joseph of Lakewood.

Cuzick then tossed a one-hit shutout against Diamond Bar, striking out six and walking three.

Nipomo (4-9) pounded out 15 hits in the win, including three hits each by Cuzick, Liz Renner and Dana Leyva.

Katie Fugate added a double for the Titans.

North County Christian 10, Maricopa 3

Leanne Villalba had an RBI double for the Crusaders (6-2, 5-2 CVL) and finished 2 for 3.

Teale Harden had two RBI for North County Christian, and teammate Kelsey Paulus struck out nine and walked two in seven innings to get the win.


Arroyo Grande 14, Diamond Ranch 7

Kyle Raubinger was 3 for 3 with two doubles, four runs and two RBI as the Eagles captured the Don Lugo Tournament championship.

Jessie Yancosek threw five innings, allowing one earned run on four hits with four strikeouts to get the win.

Mitchell Hollingsworth added three hits and two RBI, and Clark Goosen had two hits and scored twice.

Arroyo Grande (10-3) claimed the Don Lugo tournament title for the first time since 2003.

North County Christian 12, Maricopa 3

Haustin Morrison was 3 for 3 with an RBI and scored three runs for North County Christian (8-0, 5-0 CVL).

Joe Honeycutt was 2 for 5 with three RBI for the Crusaders.

Josh Feld struck out seven and gave up one hit in four innings for North County Christian, and Taylor Brard got the save with seven strikeouts and no hits.


Arroyo Grande at Arcadia Invitational

The Arroyo Grande girls 4x1-mile team finished second at the Arcadia Invitational, finishing in 21 minutes, 40.93 seconds.

Emily Johnston, Katie Lewis, Hannah Stevens, McKenzie Goldman finished second to Ayala, which won in a time of 21:34.98.

The Eagles finished 15th at the same event last year and ran 42 seconds faster this time around.

Arroyo Grande’s Garrett Weinreich was fifth in the boys discus with a throw of 157 feet, 2 inches.

Rachel Murphy finished fourth in the girls pole vault with a mark of 10-7.