High School Sports

Arroyo Grande boys basketball holds on late

Cobe Williams had 16 points and seven assists as the Arroyo Grande High boys basketball team survived a late San Marcos rally to defeat the visiting Knights 57-54 Wednesday night.

Williams went 5 of 6 from the free throw line in the final quarter, and Matt Willkomm, who finished with 14 points and five assists, hit both of his fourth quarter shots to preserve the lead for the Eagles.

Andrew Midyett had nine points, four rebounds and two steals, Quillan Smith added six points and five rebounds and DeSean Scott had six points for Arroyo Grande, which finished 15 of 18 from the foul line. San Marcos attempted just nine free throws, making five.

Pasadena 57, San Luis Obispo 54

David Thoreson scored 17 points, but the Tigers (3-3) fell in the first game of the National Prep Classic in Santa Maria.

Parker Lauritzen added 14 for San Luis Obispo, which plays again today at 3 p.m. at Allan Hancock College.

Marley Stallings and Blake Shapazian had five points each for the Tigers.

Andre Spight had 17 and Brandon Jolley had 15 for Pasadena.


Mission Prep 2, Midland 1

Jack Mooney scored the go-ahead goal in the 71st minute, his second of the game, to give the Royals (1-8-1) their first win of the season.

Bailey Hungerford and Marcel Graingen each had an assist and Justin McKeague had seven saves in goal for Mission Prep.


Cabrillo 14, Paso Robles 9

Hylie Pugh scored three goals and Rebecca Tobey and Erica Smeltzer had two goals apiece, but the Bearcats (6-4) fell in the PAC 7 opener for both teams.

Marti Rae Grois had 12 saves in goal for Paso Robles.