The Arroyo Grande High girls water polo team had three players score three goals each Thursday, routing Atascadero 14-1 to stay unbeaten in the PAC 7.
Katie Sverchek, Kelly O’Sullivan, and Kim Johnson all scored three times apiece for Arroyo Grande (17-3, 8-0).
Meghan Anderson netted two goals, and three other players had one.
Arroyo Grande, which is ranked third in Division 3 of the CIF-Southern Section, will be competing at the three-day Southern California Championships tournament in Irvine starting Feb. 3.
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Nipomo 2, Morro Bay 1
The game finally picked up after a scoreless first half, with the Titans (8-11-2, 4-5 Los Padres League) scoring twice early in the second to seal the win.
Jonathon Gomez scored off a Ben Jimenez free kick for the Titans, and Jimenez added the second goal.
Coast Union 7, Laguna Blanca 1
The Broncos (13-1) got two goals from Luis De Alba.
Oscar Catalan, Harper Resewher, John McElgunn, Nick Taron and Rogelio Garcia also had goals for Coast Union, and Eddie Torres had a team-best two assists.
Santa Maria 5, Templeton 0
The win kept the Saints (11-2-3, 8-1) atop the LPL standings. The Eagles are 4-8-1 overall, 1-5-1 in league.
Templeton 5, Santa Maria 1
The Eagles (5-9, 4-4 LPL) logged their second straight win with the victory over the Saints.
Kaily White, Lindsey Wyatt, Annie Mae Bohnsack, Jessica Cheek and Kelsey Lindquist all scored for Templeton.
Morro Bay 1, Nipomo 0
Deadlocked for most of the game, the Pirates (6-10-2, 4-5 LPL) converted in the 78th minute off an Olivia Watt goal assisted by Wynn Reeves.
Morro Bay held the Titans to just two shots on goal. Hanna Meisinger saved both of them.