Seven prep basketball players from San Luis Obispo County earned all-CIF Southern Section divisional honors Wednesday.
On the boys side, Atascadero High senior guard Troy Norris was named to the all-Division 4AA squad. Norris, who was recently named The Tribune’s county player of the year, averaged 17.7 points, 4.8 rebounds, 4.0 assists and 4.3 steals while leading the Greyhounds (25-4) to an undefeated PAC 7 championship and the divisional semifinals.
The other six honorees were all on the girls side.
In Division 3AA, Arroyo Grande junior center Emma Weinreich was selected, and another PAC 7 standout, Atascadero sophomore forward Mary Kate Evans, were chosen in Division 4AA. Weinreich averaged a team-leading 9.6 points per game, as well as 5.7 rebounds while helping the Eagles (21-6) to a runner-up finish in league play. Evans posted 11.2 points and 7.3 rebounds per game for the Greyhounds (17-9).
Both Morro Bay senior guard Megan Hansen and Mission Prep junior guard Jenna Dunbar were named to the all-Division 4A team.
Hansen led the Pirates (20-6) to a share of the Los Padres League title, the program’s first league championship in 12 years, averaging 14 points, 4.7 rebounds, 2.5 assists and 3.2 steals. Dunbar averaged 16.3 points, 5.7 rebounds, 5.3 assists and 4.9 steals as the independent Royals (22-7) made a first-round appearance in the Southern California regional bracket of the state tournament.
The Coast Valley League also placed two county players onto the all-Southern Section list. North County Christian junior guard Cristy Scarson was an all-Division 5A selection, while Coastal Christian senior forward Grace Napier made it in Division 6A.
Scarson posted 19.7 points, 3.1 assists, 6.2 rebounds and 4.3 steals per contest as the Crusaders (16-8) won the CVL title. Napier scored 18.4 points and grabbed 21.2 rebounds per game for the Conquerors (7-10).
Arroyo Grande at St. Joseph
The game was postponed because of rain. It was rescheduled to today at 4:30 p.m., at St. Joseph.
According to PAC 7 rules, any cancelled game must be rescheduled to the next available day. If today’s game is cancelled, the next available reschedule day would be Saturday because of the teams’ existing game Friday, Arroyo Grande coach Brad Lachemann said.
Atascadero at Righetti
The game was postponed because of rain. It has been tentatively rescheduled for today at Righetti at 4:30 p.m., Atascadero coach Paul Teixeira said.
North County Christian at Dunn
The game was cancelled because of rain. It may be rescheduled in the future, North County Christian sports information director Ken Hutchinson said.
Bishop Garcia Diego at Mission Prep
The game was cancelled because of rain. It is unclear if it will be rescheduled, Mission Prep coach Gerry Detz said.
San Marcos at San Luis Obispo
The match was cancelled because of rain. No immediate date was found for a rematch, but it may be rescheduled in the future, according to San Luis Obispo coach Ken Peet.
Templeton 18, Nipomo 0 (Tuesday)
The Titans had to default three singles sets because they had eight players to start the match Tuesday.
The Eagles got a flawless doubles sweep from Steven Moody and Sam Rubin (6-0, 6-0, 6-0, with the last set also coming by default).