High School Sports

Prep Roundup: Berwick leads Atascadero boys basketball team to win in Mission Prep Christmas Classic

Robbie Berwick had26 points as the Atascadero High boys basketball team rallied to beat Campbell Hall 69-62 Wednesday night at the Mission Prep Christmas Classic.

Atascadero (5-1) trailed after the third quarter, but outscored Campbell Hall of North Hollywood 23-11 in the final period.

Justin Holiday, brother of the New Orleans Pelicans’ Jrue, scored 25 points for Campbell Hall.

Joe Johnson had 17 points for Atascadero, and Kevin Woodard had 10 points.

Crespi 70,Mission Prep 67

D.J. Ursery scored 33 points, including 24 in the second half, to lead the Celts over the Royals at the Mission Prep Christmas Classic.

The Royals led 29-23 at halftime, but Crespi exploded in the second half, including 25 points in the fourth. Mission Prep (4-2) committed 18 turnovers.

After Crespi made two free throws with under 10 seconds to go, the Royals had a chance to send the game into overtime, but missed a contested 3-point shot.

Quinton Adlesh led Mission Prep with 23 points, 10 rebounds and seven assists. Brandon Jones had 17 points, and Kyle Stewart had 10 points.

Templeton 68, Scotch College (Australia) 39

Templeton scored 23 points in the first quarter and had a 15-point lead allowing the Eagles (2-6) to coast to a win. 

Matt Jardini had a game-high 34 points and seven3-pointers, and Will Mehring had 12 points. 


Nipomo 38, Paso Robles 33

Jeremy Woodruff had the quickest pin of the day in 27 seconds in the 160-pound class to lead Nipomo. 

Paso Robles made it close as the Bearcats had two pins in last two matches by Gabe Castro (220) and Michael Cresmer (285). 

The Titans also had Zach Wilson (132) win by pin in 3 minutes, 40 seconds.


Arroyo Grande 1,Dos Pueblos 1, tie

Dos Pueblos controlled the early portion of the first half and led 1-0 at halftime.

In the second half, Summer Soriano found Brie Welch, who shot it over three players to tie the score for Arroyo Grande (4-1-1) midway through the half.

Kendall Bowers had five saves, and Sarah Doughty had two saves after replacing the injured Bowers midway through the second half for the Eagles.