High School Sports

Prep Roundup: Williams, Arroyo Grande edge Righetti in PAC 7 boys basketball

Cobe Williams scored 23 points for the Arroyo Grande High boys basketball team, which kept its hold on second place in the PAC 7 with a 74-70 victory over Righetti on Friday. 

Andrew Midyett added 20 points for the Eagles (16-7, 6-2), who completed a league sweep of Righetti in bouncing back from Wednesday’s loss to St. Joseph.

Cameron Walker scored 27 points for the Warriors.  

Atascadero 71, San Luis Obispo 56

Joe Johnson, Jared Stuedemann, Kevin Woodard and Robbie Berwick all scored in double figures to lead the Greyhounds past the Tigers.

Johnson scored a team-high 18 for Atascadero (17-2, 7-0 PAC 7). 

Berwick added 15, Woodard had 14 and Steudemann had 13.

San Luis Obispo’s leading scorer was Sam Thompson with 13.  

Pioneer Valley 55, Paso Robles 52

Anthony Spencer led the Bearcats with 19 points. 

Quinn Parker added nine points for Paso Robles (10-11, 2-6 PAC 7).

Mission Prep 61, St. Joseph 55

Quinton Adlesh led the Royals, scoring a game-high 30 points to go along with eight rebounds and six assists. Mission Prep’s (17-4) Kerney Lane had 12 points and 10 rebounds. 

Santa Maria 57, Nipomo 53

Luke Nicholson scored a game-high 20 points as the Titans’ comeback fell short. 

Down by 12 going into the fourth quarter, Nipomo (4-17, 2-7 Los Padres League) recorded 10 steals to cut the lead to four, but couldn’t get any closer.

Santa Ynez 69, Morro Bay 33

Solomon Ruddell led Morro Bay (1-21, 0-9 Los Padres League) with 13 points and eight blocks. 

Coast Union 44, Maricopa 2

The Broncos clinched the Coast Valley League title with their win over the Indians.

Logan Brandt led Coast Union (13-8, 6-0 CVL) with eight points, and Angel Avina added seven.

The Broncos outscored Maricopa 34-0 in the first half.   


Atascadero 44, San Luis Obispo 29

The Tigers opened the game with an 8-1 lead, but the Greyhounds went on a 17-4 run to end the first half. 

Atascadero (14-6, 4-3 PAC 7) shut out San Luis Obispo (11-8, 3-5 PAC 7) in the second quarter.  

Freshman Sarah Wulff scored a team-high 16 points for the Greyhounds, and Sabrina Degnan grabbed 11 rebounds. 

Jessica Judge had 20 points for the Tigers. 

Pioneer Valley 55, Paso Robles 23

The Bearcats (1-21, 0-8 PAC 7) trailed 22-0 after the first quarter.

Morro Bay 63, Santa Ynez 24

Sierra Schwellenbach sunk four 3-pointers for Morro Bay, finishing with 18 points, seven assists and four steals. 

Nikki Machado scored 10 for Morro Bay (15-2, 9-1 LPL), and Tara Schmidt and Julia Fonturbel both had 11 rebounds. 

Coastal Christian 25, Dunn 21

The Conquerors outscored the Earwigs 7-1 in the fourth quarter to come back and win on the road. 

Roni Garrison led Coastal Christian (5-9) with 12 points, 16 rebounds and three blocks, and Hannah Brennan had 11 points.

Coast Union 45, Maricopa 38

Ahtziri Mora scored 17 points for the Broncos (5-6, 5-2 CVL), who outscored the Indians by 10 in the second half. 


Arroyo Grande 2, Righetti 0

After a scoreless first half, Miguel Fregoso scored twice in the second half for the Eagles (12-4-2, 7-1 PAC 7). 

Danny Montero had two saves for Arroyo Grande.

Mission Prep 4, St. Joseph 1

The Knights scored first, but the Royals responded with four unanswered goals, led by Jack Mooney’s two. 

Ryan Van Til and Stephan Orradre also scored for Mission Prep 

(7-6-3). The Royals’ Johnny Pecerra had four saves, and Paul Tompkins had three.


San Luis Obispo 2, Atascadero 1

San Luis Obispo’s Kelsey Shetler had one goal and one assist. 

Ellee Shields also scored for the Tigers (12-3-3, 5-1-1 PAC 7), and Lily McCann made four saves. 

Paso Robles 3, Pioneer Valley 2

Emillee Brown scored twice for the Bearcats, and Andrea Mendoza had two assists. 

Karol Rendon also scored for Paso Robles. 

Arroyo Grande 2, Righetti 0

The Eagles (11-4-4, 5-0-3 PAC 7) scored seven minutes into the second half on Brianna Welch’s penalty kick, and Rocio Romero scored with seven minutes remaining. 

St. Joseph 4, Mission Prep 0

Grace Oeser had 15 saves for the Royals.