The Atascadero High wrestling team won its own New Revolution Wrestling Tournament on Saturday.
Among 20 teams, the Greyhounds placed first with 294 points. Washington Union was second with 218 points.
Seven individual wrestlers won championships for Atascadero. Jordan Gottfried won at 119 pounds, Randy Arnas won at 130, Cullen Joy won at 140, Garrett Rose won at 145, Paul Woodman won at 152, Elijah Jackson won at 160 and Stephen Trockman won at 171.
For Nipomo, heavyweight Brett Kimball had six pins over the two days of the tournament to win that weight class.
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Teammate Dillon Hulsizer took sixth place at 133.
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Arroyo Grande Winter Classic
The Eagles split their two games on the second day of their own tournament, beating Malibu 8-3 and losing 10-6 to Murrieta Valley.
Against Malibu, Kim Johnson scored four goals, and goalkeeper Kylie Anderson had 10 saves.
Against Murrieta Valley, Johnson and Alexa May both scored two goals, and Anderson racked up five saves.
Murrieta Valley won the tournament, Arroyo Grande finished second, Rio Mesa finished third and Malibu finished fourth.
Coast Union 5, Fowler 1
Victor Casas scored four goals to lead the Broncos to the win.
Casas scored all four goals on breakaways, Coast Unions coach Moises Jimenez said.
Rogelio Garcia scored the fifth goal for Coast Union (6-1).
Pablo Favila and Luis DeAlba both had two assists, and Uri Escalera assisted on Casas’ first goal. Goalkeeper Juan Leonardo had four saves for the Broncos.
Mission Prep 62, Madera South 29
Mission Prep (10-4) had four players score in double figures in the win.
Jenna Dunbar scored a team-high 14 points, Bri Harvey scored 13 points, Kaylee Williams scored 12 points and Connor Storlie scored 10 points.
Morgan Liebscher also finished with seven points and nine rebounds.
Mission Prep 63, Bishop Diego 54
Zach Allmon’s double-double helped the Royals win. He scored a team-high 19 points and finished with 10 rebounds.
Andy Rowley also added 15 points, and Arthur Lane had 13 for the Royals (8-7).