High School Sports

Prep Roundup: Morro Bay wrestlers remain perfect in the LPL

Morro Bay High’s wrestling team stay undefeated in the Los Padres League with its 41-30 win at Santa Maria on Tuesday.

It came down to the heavyweight division where Morro Bay (3-0) had been forfeiting in past meets. Carl Coates wrestled for the first time for Morro Bay, earning a pin in the third round to secure the win over the Saints.

Dolin Mininni (140) and Jaccob Carlson (145) both earned pins for Morro Bay.

Oscar Velasco (103) earned a pin for Santa Maria.

Nipomo 43, Cabrillo 35

Nipomo edged Cabrillo thanks to Titans heavyweight Matt Armijo, who pinned Cabrillo’s Justin Nelson in the second round in the last match of the LPL showdown.

Eddie Bausley (121 pounds), Damian Llamas (127), Jake Evans (147), Spencer Bilches (162) and Erich Steinbrunner (173) also earned pins for Nipomo.

Boys Soccer

Coast Union 7, Orcutt Academy 0

Victor Casas picked apart the Orcutt Academy (0-4) defense, scoring four goals and assisting on another in the Broncos’ win.

Oscar Catalan, who also had an assist, Luis De Alba, and Michael Gonzalez scored the other three goals for Coast Union (9-1).

Eddie Torres got two assists, and Pablo Favila had one.

Juan Leonardo and Harper Resewehr had two saves in goal for Coast Union, and Andy Gordon had one.

Cabrillo 2, Nipomo 0

After a scoreless first half, the Conquistadores found ways to take advantage of a couple of mistakes by the Titans (7-9-2, 3-3 LPL) to get the win.

The first goal for Cabrillo came off of a header from Miguel Gomez. Forward Sean Greathead scored the second goal on a breakaway.

Juan Rodriguez had 11 saves in goal for Nipomo.

Templeton 1, Santa Ynez 1, tie

No winner was decided between Santa Ynez and Templeton as they remained tied after two overtime periods.

The Pirates scored first on a penalty kick by Ryan Williams.

Cameron Silzer scored in the 22nd minute off an assist from Preston Jones for Templeton.

An Eagles player received a red card early in the second half, forcing Templeton to play a man down for the rest of the half.

Jonah Yamagata had 10 saves in goal for the Eagles.

Lompoc 3, Morro Bay 1

Miguel Ochoa, Uzzy Mora and Ricky Reyes all scored for Lompoc.

Girls Soccer

Morro Bay 2, Lompoc 1

Macey Burgeson provided all the offense the Pirates (5-8-2, 3-3 LPL) would need as she scored twice in the first 26 minutes in the road win over the Braves.

Allison Walters assisted on both of Burgeson’s goals.

In goal, Hanna Meisinger collected 16 saves for the Pirates.

Cabrillo 6, Nipomo 0

Alisha Melatti and Kady DeTemple both scored two goals for Cabrillo against the Titans (4-11-1).

Kristina Goodchild had two saves in goal for Cabrillo.

Santa Ynez 3, Templeton 0

Santa Ynez scored two goals in the first 10 minutes en routes to beating Templeton (2-4 LPL).

Orcutt Academy 3, Coast Union 2

Orcutt’s Kaitlyn Campbell scored a hat trick, with all three goals coming in the first half.

Coast Union had goals from Cristina Placencia and Morgan May.

Girls Water Polo

Arroyo Grande 15, St. Joseph 1

Arroyo Grande jumped to a 12-1 halftime lead in the PAC 7 victory.

The Eagles got two goals apiece from Katie Sverchek, Kelly O’Sullivan, Alexa May, Kim Johnson and Caitlyn Taylor.

Kylie Anderson had five saves in goal.

Girls Basketball

Coast Union 46, North County Christian 35

The Broncos (8-6, 5-1) moved into a tie with the Crusaders (7-10, 5-1) atop the Coast Valley League.

Coast Union jumped out to a 26-14 halftime lead and forced 35 turnovers for the game.

Ashley Lorenz led Coast Union with 18 points, 16 rebounds and six steals. Roxy Mertens netted six points and had 11 rebounds and six steals.

Kate Lorenz and Nicky Ortiz both had eight points for Coast Union.

Brianna Feld and Cristy Scarson scored 14 and 13 points, respectively, for the Crusaders. Feld also grabbed 12 rebounds.

Boys Basketball

Coast Union 47, North County Christian 22

The Broncos (10-7, 6-0) stay undefeated in the CVL with a decisive win over the Crusaders (5-9, 4-2).

Coast Union led 20-16 at halftime and put the game away with a 21-4 advantage in the third period.

North County Christian committed 33 turnovers for the game.

Connor Cunningham led Coast Union with 20 points. Sean Mertens netted 19 and had eight rebounds, six assists and eight steals.

Daniel Katches had nine points and eight rebounds for North County Christian.