Morro Bay High stayed undefeated in Los Padres League boys golf duals this season, defeating Santa Ynez 195-210 at Morro Bay Golf Course on Monday afternoon.
Although Santa Ynez also came into the match undefeated in league duals, it is ahead of Morro Bay in the league’s overall points standings because of tournament play.
Morro Bay (6-0 LPL) is hoping to be admitted into the CIF-Southern Section postseason as a runner-up finisher.“It was a big win,” coach Bruce Badrigian said. “It gives our team a lot of confidence.”
Doug Chesbro led the Pirates with a 1-over 36, and teammate Luke Holzschuh was close behind at 38.
Carlo Green shot a 39 for Morro Bay, and Skylar Jensen and Trevor Johnson rounded out the scorecard at 40 and 42, respectively.
Righetti 371, San Luis Obispo 400
The Warriors’ Reilly McMahon earned medalist honors, carding a 68 at Rancho Maria.
Kelton Porter paced the Tigers with a 73, while Kush Sikand had a 76. Adam Zakaria and Michael Zakaria both shot 81 for San Luis Obispo.
Arroyo Grande 379, Paso Robles 511
Mitch Martin led the Eagles with a 3-under 69 at Cypress Ridge.
Rik Mersai and Fredrik Stenson both shot 76 for Arroyo Grande, and teammate Josh Schneider added a 78.
A PAC 7 mini-tournament to be held Wednesday at Hunter Ranch in Paso Robles will determine the league title between first-place Righetti and second-place Arroyo Grande.
Nipomo 248, Lompoc 0
Lompoc was forced to forfeit because it didn’t have enough golfers to field a team, and Jered Dauster shot a 45 as the Titans won in their final LPL dual.
Nipomo improved to 3-4 in league play.
BOYS VOLLEYBALLNipomo 3, Morro Bay 0
The Titans (3-4 LPL) swept the Pirates 25-20, 25-16, 27-25, avenging a four-set loss to Morro Bay earlier in the season.J.W. Dobbe had a team-best 12 kills for Nipomo, while Kirk Wilenius had 11.
Alex Martinez distributed 34 assists in the victory, and Brandon Buchan collected 24 digs for Nipomo.
St. Joseph 3, Paso Robles 0
The Bearcats lost 25-10, 25-23, 25-13.
Richard Curl had two aces and five kills for Paso Robles.
BASEBALLMission Prep 11, Valley Christian Academy 1, 6 innings
Mike Cardwell pitched five innings of one-hit ball for the Royals, with four strikeouts and five walks in the nonleague win.
Cardwell also added a 2-for-3 performance with three RBI. Scott Gill went 2 for 2 with a double for Mission Prep (13-6).