Two local prep girls basketball players were named to the all-CIF Southern Section Division 4A first team Wednesday.
Morro Bay High senior Megan Hansen and Mission Prep junior Jenna Dunbar, both point guards, earned the honors.
Hansen averaged 14 points, 2.5 assists and 3.2 steals per game this past season, all team highs, leading the Pirates to a 20-6 season including a 10-2 mark in the Los Padres League. They earned a share of the LPL title, the program’s first league championship in 12 years.
Dunbar also posted team-best averages, with 16.3 points, 5.3 assists and 4.9 steals per game. The Royals, playing as an independent team, went 22-7 overall and recently made a first-round appearance in the regional bracket of the state tournament after falling in the quarterfinals of the Southern Section divisional playoffs.
San Luis Obispo 5, Morro Bay 2
Sophomore standout Andrea Reynolds had nine strikeouts and didn’t walk any batters, scattering three hits to lead the Tigers to the nonleague win.
The runs given up were the first surrendered all year by San Luis Obispo (4-0).
Samantha Rivas went 2 for 3 with two RBI for the Tigers, and Erica Chandler was 2 for 4.
Mission Prep 19, Orcutt Academy 5
Joey Hall led the Royals (3-2) with a 3-for-6, four-RBI day at the plate.
George Hindmarsh, Anthony Bosshardt and Kieran McQuade all added two hits apiece for Mission Prep.
Josh Balaban struck out nine Spartans, with no walks, in 41⁄3 shutout innings.
Santa Ynez 11, Atascadero 7
The Greyhounds’ No. 1 singles player, Devin Barber, had a flawless day, winning 6-0, 6-0, 6-0.
In doubles, Zac Haskell and Kyle Barber went 5-7, 6-2, 6-3 for Atascadero.
Cabrillo 212, Nipomo 228
Nipomo’s Steve Canales shot a 5-over 40 on the front nine at Monarch Dunes, tying for medalist honors with Cabrillo’s Aaron Hay.
Alex Mueller added a 43 for the Titans (0-2 Los Padres League).
San Marcos 3, San Luis Obispo 1
The Tigers (9-1) won the first set 25-16 but fell 25-15, 25-21, 25-22 after that.
San Luis Obispo coach Manny Carter credited his team’s blocking for the early lead, saying that host San Marcos clicked on all cylinders starting with Game 2.
Nick Butier led the Tigers with 17 kills. Keilan Meertens handed out 37 assists for San Luis Obispo, and John Shokohi had 11 digs.