High School Sports

Prep Roundup: Morro Bay runs past Paso Robles in girls basketball

The Morro Bay High girls basketball team defeated visiting Paso Robles 57-19 on Tuesday night.

Hannah Gilbert had 20 points and 11 rebounds for the Pirates (4-2) as she outscored the Bearcats’ team by herself.

Morro Bay jumped out early, leading 29-6 at halftime. Nikki Machado had nine points, and Jerrica Crosby had three points, four assists, and four steals for the Pirates.

Molly Donovan led Paso Robles (4-5) with 11 points. The Bearcats were not charged with a team foul the entire game. Jackie Caraveo added six points for Paso Robles.


Maricopa 39, Shandon 20

The Outlaws (0-3, 0-1 Coast Valley) lost to the Indians at home. No further information was provided by The Tribune.

Valley Christian 66, Coast Union 30

No further information was provided to The Tribune.


Coastal Christian 40, North Co. Christian 39

The Crusaders (1-2) missed two free throws with no time left to fall to the Conquerors (1-1) at home.

Brandon Spiller led Coastal Christian with 13 points.

Nolan Cannon scored a game-high 15 points and had 11 rebounds for North County Christian.

Valley Christian 61, Coast Union 56 

Coast Union lost on the road to fall to 3-6 this season. No further information was provided.


Paso Robles 4, Templeton 1

Daniel Viramontes had two goals, and DJ Rowley and Carson Barker also scored for the Bearcats (4-2-1).

Justin Valenzuela and Jesus Lara both had one assist for Paso Robles

Jeffrey Hammond scored for the Eagles (1-3-2).

Santa Barbara 3, Arroyo Grande 1

Oscar Munoz scored the only goal for the Eagles off a penalty kick in the first half. Goalkeeper Aaron Friedman had seven saves for Arroyo Grande (5-4).

Morro Bay 1, Orcutt Academy 0

Jackson Chavez scored for the Pirates (5-2-1) off an assist from Holt Alden to secure a win over the Spartans at home.

Pioneer Valley 1, Nipomo 0

Johann Ayala had three saves in goal for the Titans (4-3-2).

Righetti 3, Mission Prep 2

Scott Creel and Marcel Graingen scored one goal apiece for the Royals (0-8-1).

Justin McKeague had four saves, and Max Bishop had six saves in goal for Mission Prep.


Templeton 4, Paso Robles 1

Lindsey Wyatt scored three goals to lead the Eagles (1-5) over the Bearcats at home. 

Courtney Elterman had one goal and one assist for Templeton, and Sam Bronkar and Annie Mae Bohnsack added an assist apiece. 

San Luis Obispo 2, San Marcos 2, tie

The nonleague match ended in a tie. No further information was provided to The Tribune.

Morro Bay 4, Orcutt Academy 2

The Pirates (1-5) defeated the Spartans in Morro Bay.

Marissa Tabares had two goals and an assist for Morro Bay.

Mariah Callahan and Tess Volkov both added goals for the Pirates.

Morro Bay’s Madelynn Martinez had five saves in goal.


Atascadero 16, San Luis Obispo 11

Claire Leong scored five goals to lead the Greyhounds (5-2, 1-0 PAC 7) to a home victory over the Tigers.

Mahreya Kelly scored four goals, and Rachel Gruetzmacher and Kylie Ferree each scored three goals for Atascadero. Kayden McQuitty added one for the Greyhounds.

Lauren Giggy had 15 saves in goal for Atascadero.

Harland Dahl scored three for San Luis Obispo. Emma Tietje and Andrea Reynolds scored two goals apiece, and goalkeeper Anna Mullen had 14 saves for the Tigers (3-7).

Arroyo Grande 13, Paso Robles 3

Alexis Elias led the Eagles (7-2, 1-0 PAC 7) with five goals in their win over the Bearcats in Arroyo Grande. 

Kelsey Docouto and Isabella Manuelle each scored twice for the Eagles. 

Arroyo Grande goalie Hannah Wadlow had three saves.


Paso Robles 66, Cabrillo 6

Kameron Morones (113 pounds), Koby Seeley (120), Trevor Torres (132), Zack Holmes (145), Colton Madrigal (182) 

and Jimmy Pacheco (220) all won by pins for the Bearcats (7-0), who also won the Clovis West Shootout over the weekend. 

Danny Roslan, wrestling up at heavyweight division, won 4-2 in double overtime.

Kevan Garcia, who won by a 10-2 major decision at 152, is ranked seventh in the state at 145. Madrigal is ranked 15th at 220, and Robby Standley, who won a 9-1 major decision, is ranked 33rd at 126.