High School Sports

Arroyo Grande takes 2nd at its own water polo tournament

The Arroyo Grande High girls water polo team placed second in the Arroyo Grande Winter Classic on Saturday.

In the last day of the two-day tournament, the Eagles lost their first game 10-4 to Murrieta, who finished first in the tournament.

Arroyo Grande then defeated Los Altos 8-5 in its second match to clinch second place.

Paso Robles suffered an 8-0 loss to Roosevelt and a 7-3 loss to Thousand Oaks to finish 12th in the tournament.

San Luis Obispo outscored St. Joseph 11-8 after losing to Righetti 9-7.

Atascadero lost to Nipomo 12-6 and then ended the tournament with an 8-6 loss to Buena.


Mission Prep 49, Bishop Diego 38

Cal Poly signee Zac Allmon led the Royals (13-3) to victory with 13 points and 23 rebounds.

Andy Rowley added 10 points for Mission Prep, and Adam Loughran had nine.

Bishop Diego started off strong, although Mission Prep took the lead for good in the second quarter.


Mission Prep 68, Bishop Diego 34

Four players scored in double figures to allow the Royals (14-1) to blow past the Cardinals.

Mission Prep outscored Bishop Diego 19-6 in the second quarter and stretched its lead further in the fourth quarter, holding the Cardinals to just three points.

The Royals’ Bri Harvey had a team-high 14 points, Jenna Dunbar and Morgan Liebscher each scored 13 points, and Connor Storlie added 12.


Mission Prep 9, Villanova Prep 1

Syndey Rathjens scored four goals and added an assist in the Royals’ victory over the Wildcats.

Mission Prep outscored Villanova Prep 7-0 in the second half.

Royals goalies Ella Moberg and Grace Oeser combined for six saves.


Doc Buchanan Invitational

Morro Bay had two wrestlers attend the prestigious tournament in Clovis, which included 100 schools from six states.

Participation in the tournament, considered one of the best in the nation, is by invitation only.

Dolin Mininni went 2-2 in the tournament. He pinned his first opponent, lost to the No. 1 seed, beat his third opponent 15-0 and lost by one point in his last match.

Kent Beecham took fifth place in the tournament.

Atascadero Revolution Tournament

Nipomo placed seventh behind Jaren Dorado, wrestling at 195 pounds, and Jason Costa, wrestling at 220 pounds, who each finished third in their respective weight classes.

Other top Nipomo finishers included Adam Chivarria (seventh at 152 pounds) and Damian Durran (eighth at 132 pounds).

No other information was provided.