he Arroyo Grande High girls tennis team defeated San Marcos 16-2 Wednesday.
The Eagles (20-1) went 8-1 in singles and doubles in the nonleague home win.
“This was probably the best performance we’ve had all season as a team,” Arroyo Grande coach Lori Hollister said. “Everyone came out and competed today and it’s always nice when you can come out and get a win against a Division 2 team.”
In singles, Sophie Whittle won 6-1, 6-3, 6-0, while Lauren Hayashi swept 6-2, 6-1, 6-1.
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After narrowly winning their first set in tiebreaker, the doubles duo of Maurisa Dominguez and Alexis Flood recovered with convincing wins in the second and third sets, 7-6 (7-2), 6-0, 6-1.
Mission Prep 3, Shandon 0
The Royals swept the Outlaws 25-6, 25-9, 25-18.
Sadie Casacca led Mission Prep with 13 aces and 11 digs.
Grace Ready had a team-high nine kills for the Royals, while Shannon Dudley added 10 assists and three kills.
Paso Robles High Hall of Fame
Justin Boyes, a swimmer, and Sam Genzone, a wrestler, will be inducted into the Paso Robles High Hall of Fame at War Memorial Stadium on Friday night during the Bearcats’ football game against Arroyo Grande.
Boyes, a 2001 graduate, earned six individual CIF titles, five individual league championships and holds six different school records. He then went on to swim at LSU.
Genzone, a 1993 graduate, was a three-year varsity letterman and two-year league champion with two CIF finals appearances. He was also a two-year varsity letterman and all-CIF Southern Section selection in football. He went on to wrestle for Cal Poly.