High School Sports

Prep Roundup: Guevara’s hat trick leads Paso Robles to win over Mission Prep

Angel Guevara scored three goals within an eight-minute span to lead the Paso Robles High boys soccer team to a 5-0 home win over Mission Prep on Thursday.

Guevara’s first goal, a 42nd- minute strike on an assist from Daniel Jaimes, gave the Bearcats a 2-0 lead.

By the time Guevara finished his hat trick in the 50th minute, Paso Robles had put the game away with a commanding 4-0 lead.

“Angel was out for a week with a groin injury,” Paso Robles coach Evan Clark said. “So for him to come back like this was a testament to his hard work.”

Jaimes facilitated play the entire match, setting up four of the Bearcats’ five goals.

Angel Garcia scored the other goals for Paso Robles (7-1), including the first goal in the 12th minute.

Ricardo Guerrero assisted on Guevara’s second goal, while Daniel Fuerte and Adrian Perez combined on a shutout in goal.

Templeton 2, Morro Bay 0

The Eagles (4-2, 1-0) got off to a strong start in the Los Padres League with goals from Spencer Macomber and Sebastian Wiggins.

Craig Pennington added an assist, and Jonah Yamagata made six saves in his fourth straight shutout for Templeton.


Morro Bay 3, Templeton 1

Macey Burgeson scored two goals to help Morro Bay (1-3) past Templeton.

She hit both in the first half, one coming in the 19th minute and another in the 37th minute.

In the second half, Burgeson assisted Olivia Watt for Morro Bay’s only other goal of the game. Hanna Meinsienger scored the goal for Templeton (0-5).

Paso Robles 7, Mission Prep 1

The Bearcats (5-0) got two goals apiece from Renee Boggs and Danielle Smith to remain unbeaten.

Maddy Cline added a goal and two assists, while Sarah Borgault tallied for Paso Robles (5-0).


Morro Bay 70, Nipomo 49

Edward Griley turned Morro Bay’s game against Nipomo into his own personal highlight reel.

Griley had a team-high 17 points, 15 rebounds, seven blocks and two 3-pointers for Morro Bay (3-7, 1-0 LPL).

Along with Griley, three other Pirates scored in double figures. Carlo Green scored 13 points, Luke Munds scored 13 and Bryce Owens scored 11.

Marc Baker and Cole Holloway both scored 14 points for Nipomo (4-8, 0-2).

Templeton 53, Lompoc 38

Templeton got its first win of the season.

Andrew Garrettson scored 14, and Jackson Wheeler added 10 to help Templeton (1-6, 1-1 LPL) past Lompoc.

Also, Alex Kotheimer tallied seven points, and Daulton Oropeza scored six points for Templeton.

Lompoc (0-8, 0-2 Los Padres) had no players score more than eight points.


Templeton 52, Lompoc 46, OT

Freshman Megan Hattar scored seven of her 16 points in overtime to lead Templeton (6-2, 2-0).

Katie Koehler had a game-high 14 rebounds for Templeton, while Lauren Stuedemann scored 11.

Katie Hunter and Carly O’Sullivan added 10 for the the Eagles.

Morro Bay 52, Nipomo 29

The Pirates coasted past Nipomo on the strength of a 21-5 first-quarter run.

Hannah Gilbert scored 19 points, and Megan Hansen added 15 to lead Morro Bay (7-1, 1-0 LPL) to its first conference win.

Tess Lattimer led Nipomo with nine points, while Tessa Underwood scored eight.

Sierra Schwellenbach added 10 points for Morro Bay.