Sophomore forward Miguel Fregoso recorded only his third goal of the season in the 53rd minute to give the Arroyo Grande High boys soccer team a 1-0 win over Arroyo in El Monte on Tuesday in a wild-card game of the CIF-Southern Section Division 5 playoffs.
The win granted the Eagles (13-10-4) a first-round meeting Thursday afternoon with Carpinteria (15-6-1), last year’s division finalist that knocked Arroyo Grande out of the playoffs in the second round after winning a 5-4 shootout.
“It was a great team effort, especially after going on the road for three, four hours,” Arroyo Grande coach Brad Bowdey said. “To play on their field and come away with a win, it’s a great tribute to the boys. They’re happy to be in the tournament now.”
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Great Oak 10, San Luis Obispo 6
Despite having Elizabeth Waddell lead all scorers with four goals, the Tigers couldn’t overcome a 7-5 fourth-quarter deficit in the season-ending home loss to Great Oak of Temecula in a wild-card game of the Division 3 playoffs.
Abby Hollister and Emma Tietje were the other two scorers for San Luis Obispo (17-14 overall), while goalkeeper Zoe Berkowitz had 11 saves.
Breanna Shea led Great Oak with three goals.
California 11, Atascadero 8
Rachel Gruetzmacher had four goals, Kylie Ferree finished with two goals and Mahreya Kelly and Claire Leong each had a score for Atascadero (12-17) in the wildcard loss in the Division 3 playoffs at California in Whittier.
Atascadero goalkeeper Lauren Giggy made seven saves.
After holding a 4-3 halftime lead, California went on to knock in seven second-half goals.