The Mission Prep boys basketball team defeated Thousand Oaks 58-33 in the second round of the Arroyo Grande Optimist Tournament on Friday.
Zach Allmon had his second double-double in as many games, scoring 17 to go with 12 rebounds for the Royals (5-0).
“I really think our team has balance,” Mission Prep head coach Terrence Harris said. “There’s five kids on this team who could give us 20 points a night. Everyone is willing to play their role and play together as a team.”
The Royals had four players in double digits: Allmon, Connor Woolpert (16 points), Quinton Adlesh (11) and Andy Rowley (10).
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In other tournament action, Atascadero defeated Bakersfield Christian 79-66, led by Robbie Berwick’s season-high 26 points for the Greyhounds (4-2).
Hayden Mislavsky had 15 points, Joe Johnson had 14 and Will Mehring had 11 for Atascadero.
San Luis Obispo 78, Farmersville 46
Mason Hansen scored 15 points, Scott Delmartini scored 12 and Matt Moore, Scott Inman and Chandler Torres scored nine points each to lead the Tigers (3-0) to a semifinal win in the Corcoran Tournament.
San Luis Obispo, which made 13 3-pointers, will play Corcoran or Exeter at 4:30 today for the tournament title.
Coast Union/Paso Robles Tournament
Morro Bay (4-4) defeated McFarland 90-48 behind Luke Munds’ 25 points and Edward Griley’s 20.
The Pirates led 24-6 after the first quarter. Bryce Owens had 13 points, including three 3-pointers.
Morro Bay outscored McFarland 40-20 in the second half. The Pirates were 13 for 15 from the free-throw line as a team.
Templeton fell to San Marcos 45-33.
The Eagles (1-6) were down 26-24 entering the fourth quarter, but were outscored 19-9 the rest of the way.
Templeton will play two games today, starting with either Paso Robles or Stockton.
North County Christian fell to Santa Maria 47-17. Austin Wiemann and Nathan Cedillo had four points each for the Crusaders (1-4).
Coast Union (1-4) lost to Taft, 49-28. Quinton Raehnke led Coast Union with 13 points, and Alan Hernandez added 12.
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Mission Prep cruised past Nipomo 61-24 behind a game-high 12 points from Bri Harvey.
The Royals’ Morgan Liebscher had a double-double with 11 points and 10 rebounds, and Connor Storlie had 10 points and eight rebounds. Kaylee Williams had nine points, eight rebounds, and five steals for Mission Prep.
Kelly Springford led the Titans (0-8) with eight points. Diana Krichevsky added six points and six rebounds for Nipomo.
Lauren Stuedmann’s 22 points led Templeton (5-2) to a 62-57 victory over Pioneer Valley.
Mari Stewart and Marissa Torres both added 16 points each for the Eagles.
Stuedmann was 12 for 14 at the free-throw line and contributed five assists. Mary Stewart had 14 rebounds, and Brooke Stewart had eight rebounds for Templeton.
Paso Robles (4-3) beat Santa Maria 57-25.
Molly Donovan and Katie Kunpper both led the Bearcats with 14 points apiece.
San Luis Obispo (2-5) fell to Frontier 51-48. Erika Chandler was the top scorer for the Tigers with 14 points, followed by Jessica Judge with 13.
“We beat ourselves tonight by missing 15 free throws,” San Luis Obispo coach Dan Monroe said. “If you want to beat a competitive team you can’t miss free throws.”
Hannah Gilbert led Morro Bay (3-0) with 17 points in a 51-42 win over Centennial. Nikki Machado added 13 points for the Pirates. Machado also went 7 for 10 on free throws in the fourth quarter.
Arroyo Grande 1, Dos Pueblos 0
Josh Wilkins scored the lone Eagles goal, and Alex Montero had four saves to earn the shutout for Arroyo Grande (4-4-1).
San Luis Obispo 0, Mission Prep 0 tie
Tigers goalie Lauren Harper held Mission Prep (3-2-1) off the scoreboard in a nonleague game at San Luis Obispo (4-0-1).
Freshman goalkeeper for Grace Oeser posted the shutout for Mission Prep.
Rio Mesa 2, Nipomo 1
Denise Delmontes had an unassisted goal, and T’Airraschay Minnite had seven saves in goal for the Titans (2-2-1) at the Grace Brethren Tournament.
Roosevelt 2, Morro Bay 0
The Pirates (0-5) fell short while playing without their top four starters. Morro Bay goalie Hanna Meisinger had five saves.
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Arroyo Grande 16, Redlands 1; Arroyo Grande 15, Scripps Ranch 2
Kim Johnson had eight goals in the two games to lead the Eagles (2-1).
Hannah Kope and Katie Sverchek each had six goals combined in the two games. Goalies Kylie Anderson and Hannah Wadlow split time in each match. Anderson had a total of six saves, and Wadlow had 13.