The Atascadero High wrestling team took home first place at the Santa Ynez Tournament on Saturday with 234.5 points and a 160-pound championship from Dylan Reid.
Cesar Contreras (113 pounds) and Daniel Santos (138) went 4-1 for the Greyhounds, finishing in second place in their respective weight classes.
Finishing in third place for Atascadero, all with 4-1 records were: J.D. Mack (145), Ty Giovanetti (170), Cade Bolin (182), Andrew Biddle (195) and Michael Miller (220).
Keifer Ketterle (132) went 3-2 to finish in fourth place, and Cruz Mendoza (106) and Gabe Hernandez (heavyweight) finished in fifth for the Greyhounds.
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Nipomo finished fifth as a team with 157 points. Tommy Seanz (182) was the lone champion for the Titans, pinning Adam Jacobs of St. Joseph in 4 minutes, 37 seconds in the championship match.
Jared Rorado (195) and Brett Kimball (285) placed second, Dylan Hulsiezer (132) placed third and Jake Evans (152) and Josue Sanchez (220) finished fourth for Nipomo.
Long Beach Millikan finished second to Atascadero with 193 points, while Santa Ynez (159), Moorpark (158) and the Titans rounded out the top five.
Mission Prep Showdown
Mission Prep (16-1) defeated San Joaquin Memorial 51-31 in the first round in its own tournament.
Bri Harvey and Connor Storlie had 12 points apiece to lead the Royals.
The Royals outscored the Panthers 20-3 in the second quarter, giving them a 32-11 halftime lead.
In game two, Mission Prep defeated Notre Dame Academy 67-57 behind Bri Harvey and her 23 points and eight rebounds.Harvey shot 10 for 15 from the floor.
Jenna Dunbar added 17, and Kaylee Williams had 12 for the Royals.
Mission Prep 54, St. Bonaventure 43
Connor Woolpert had 19 points, Zach Allmon added 14 and Andy Rowley had nine points and seven assists as the Royals (15-3) won on the road.