The Atascadero High wrestling team swept Arroyo Grande and San Luis Obispo in a pair of PAC 7 dual meets Tuesday night, routing the Eagles 59-24 and the Tigers 78-3.
Fresh off having seven wrestlers claim individual championships at their own New Year’s Revolution Tournament this past weekend, the defending PAC 7 champion Greyhounds improved to 9-1 overall for the season.
Atascadero got pins from Jordan Gottfried (at 125 pounds), Randy Armas (130) and Garrett Rose (152) against Arroyo Grande.
Against San Luis Obispo, the Greyhounds’ Abe Halterman (at 140 pounds), Cullen Joy (145) and Travis Wessel (heavyweight) all won by fall.
Paso Robles 36, Righetti 30; Paso Robles 71, St. Joseph 12
Paso Robles (7-0) rolled over St. Joseph, going 12-1 in individual matches. The Bearcats’ only loss there came on a forfeit in the heavyweight class.
In the dual against the Warriors, Paso Robles earned two key pins in a row at the end to seal the victory.
There were numerous Paso Robles wrestlers who went undefeated on the day.
At 103 pounds, Zach Holmes earned two pins. Robbie Stanley (at 112) won by a technical fall, 15-0, against St. Joseph, and by a pin against Righetti.
Brian Miller (130), Chase Phillips (145) and Colton Madrigal (160) all had two pins, and Cesar Delgado earned an overtime decision victory against Righetti and a pin versus St. Joseph.
Deonte Willis won by decision over Righetti and pin against St. Joseph.
Morro Bay 42, Lompoc 34
Four wrestlers won by pin for Morro Bay: Paul Vasquez at 103 pounds, Michael Mills at 130, Josh Richmond at 135, and Dolin Mininni at 145.The fastest fall of the night came from Richmond, who pinned his opponent 20 seconds into the first round.
North County Christian 63, Cuyama Valley 41
Daniel Katches had 27 points and 11 rebounds to complete a double-double for the Crusaders (4-8, 4-1 Coast Valley League).
The second and third quarters were where North County Christian blew the game open, outscoring Cuyama Valley 16-2 in the second and 22-8 in the third.
Haustin Morrison had 11 points and 12 rebounds for the Crusaders.
Coast Union 57, Shandon 38
Eddie Salazar scored 25 points, and Sean Mertens had 12 points and eight assists as the Broncos (4-0 CVL) cruised.
After taking a 31-13 halftime lead, Coast Union stormed out of the locker room with a 14-2 run to begin the second half.
Connor Cunningham added eight points and 10 rebounds in the win.
Coast Union 47, Shandon 20
Ashley Lorenz netted 17 points for Coast Union (5-9, 3-1 CVL).
Coast Union led 29-8 at halftime.
For Shandon, Karol Rendon had 14 points.
North County Christian 64, Cuyama Valley 7
Cuyama Valley shot 3 of 35 from the field as the Crusaders (7-5, 5-0 CVL) rolled.
Cristy Scarson had 22 points and 12 steals for North County Christian, which had 35 steals as a team.
Brianna Feld also had a strong game with 22 points and 11 rebounds.
GIRLS WATER POLO
Arroyo Grande 10, Paso Robles 0
Kelly O’Sullivan and Caitlyn Taylor scored two goals apiece for Arroyo Grande.
Kylie Anderson had five saves in goal, and Hannah Wadlow recorded four.
Righetti 11, Atascadero 6
No other information was available.
Cabrillo 6, Templeton 1
The lone Templeton score came on an own-goal. The Eagles fell to 2-2 in the Los Padres League.
Morro Bay 5, Coast Union 1
Macey Burgeson had a hat trick to lead the Pirates (3-8-2) in the nonleague matchup.
Chloe Tinglos scored the first goal of the game in the 20th minute for the Pirates, her first goal playing varsity soccer.
Allison Walters had the other goal for Morro Bay.
Coast Union 2, Morro Bay 1
Coast Union (7-1) continued its winning ways, as Luis De Alba scored off a rebound from the goalkeeper early in the first half. Oscar Catalan was able to score on a free kick late in the first half for Coast Union.
Juan Leonardo was in goal for the Broncos and had four saves.
Nipomo 2, Lompoc 1
Juan Rodriguez had 10 saves in goal to help fuel the Titans (7-8-2, 3-2 LPL).
Jonathan Gomez struck first in the 18th minute on an assist from Buddy Kichler. Norberto Rasgado put in the second goal in the 24th minute, assisted by Vincent Brizzolara.