The four county basketball players selected to this year’s all-CIF Southern Section teams each were point guards, including two seniors and two juniors.
Andy Rowley, Matt Willkomm, Robbie Berwick, and Jessica Judge received all-Southern Section honors in their respective divisions.
Rowley, a senior at Mission Prep, averaged 13 points, four rebounds, and four assists at point guard in Division 5AA.
Willkomm, a senior at Arroyo Grande High, averaged 17 points in Division 2A.
Berwick, an Atascadero junior, logged 18 points, five rebounds, and seven assists per game in Division 3AA.
San Luis Obispo’s Jessica Judge averaged 11 points, seven rebounds and two steals per contest in Division 3A for girls.
Santa Ynez Invitational
Arroyo Grande won the 13-team tournament at the par-72 Alisal River Golf Course on Monday that included two other county teams.
In the best three-man event, the Eagles team of Mitch Martin, who shot a 70, Josh Schneider, with a 75, and Alex Linn with an 82, took first with a combined 227. That beat Westlake’s 228 by one stroke. Martin’s individual score was second overall.
Atascadero took fourth place with its team of Brandon Erickson, who notched a 77, Tristan Ioppini with a 78, and Justin Roxbrough, who had an 80, for a total of 235.
Arroyo Grande’s Conner Sandman and Atascadero’s Chad Vering each shot a 78 on separate three-man teams in the tourney.
Nipomo’s Keenan Camacho shot an 81, and teammate Nick Magness had an 83 for the Titans, who shot 256. Another Nipomo team, led by Jacob Camacho’s 86, shot 277.
Pioneer Valley 458, Mission Prep 482
Mission Prep’s Marcel Grangien was the medalist with an 87, but the Panthers won the team dual at Dairy Creek Golf Course.
Pioneer Valley’s Nick Tompkins shot 88.
San Luis Obispo 13, San Pasqual 5
The Tigers (7-3) won the nonleague match at home helped by straight set victories from Mason Hansen in singles and Luke Iunker and Noah Cleere in doubles play.
Hansen won 6-1, 6-2, 6-0 while Iunker and Cleere took their sets 6-2, 6-1, 6-1.
Exeter 2, Morro Bay 1
Morro Bay lost in the Tulare Western Tournament after leading 1-0 entering the seventh inning. The Pirates (4-7) only had two hits. No other information was provided to The Tribune.