High School Sports

Eagles edge ’Hounds for third baseball win in a row

Arroyo Grande High’s Glenwood Lewis slides home safely after dislodging the ball from the glove of Atascadero catcher Joey Dodds in PAC 7 action Wednesday. 

Tribune photo by Joe Johnston
Arroyo Grande High’s Glenwood Lewis slides home safely after dislodging the ball from the glove of Atascadero catcher Joey Dodds in PAC 7 action Wednesday. Tribune photo by Joe Johnston jjohnston@thetribunenews.com

The Arroyo Grande High baseball team edged visiting Atascadero 5-4 Wednesday, claiming its third PAC 7 win in a row.

Kyle Raubinger had the go-ahead hit for the Eagles (11-3, 3-2), blasting a two-run homer in the fifth inning. He finished 2 for 3.

Jacob Kephart added a pair of RBI for Arroyo Grande, which also got an RBI double from Clark Goossen.

Jesse Yancosek earned the win, collecting nine strikeouts, scattering six hits and walking three batters in a complete-game effort.

For Atascadero (9-7, 4-4), Mitchell Angeloni, Scott Kaul and Joey Dodds all had solo home runs, while Brent Poulin was 2 for 3 with an RBI.

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Nipomo 3, San Luis Obispo 2

The Titans took their second in a row over the defending league champion, as Ryan McNeil drove in Robbie Cruz in the bottom of the seventh.

Mark Baker went the distance on the mound for Nipomo, striking out three and walking one in seven innings.

Cole Holloway got things started for the Titans (10-6, 4-4 PAC 7) with two RBI in the first. David Murillo was 2 for 2 with a triple for the Tigers (6-7-1, 3-2 PAC 7), who committed four errors. San Luis Obispo pitcher Jon Breneman also had a complete game, fanning four batters and walking three.

Paso Robles 11, Righetti 2

Jesse Horne was 3 for 4 with a homer and three RBI for the Bearcats, while Jason Brown added a 3-for-3 showing that included a double and an RBI.

Angel Gonzalez also homered, driving in two runs for Paso Robles (10-8, 6-2 PAC 7), which clinched the series.

St. Joseph 5, Mission Prep 3

The Knights scored on an error, a passed ball and a balk late.

Freshman starter Anthony Bosshardt didn’t give up any earned runs for the Royals (5-8), scattering three hits through 41⁄3 innings.

Mission Prep’s Kevin Laird was 2 for 4 with two RBI and a double, while teammate Matt Howell also had an RBI and a double.

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