Atascadero High beat Arroyo Grande 64-40 in boys basketball Friday night at Atascadero to complete the season sweep of the Eagles and remain undefeated in league play.
The Greyhounds were up by five at the half and pulled away in the fourth quarter, outscoring Arroyo Grande (17-8, 7-3 PAC 7) 23-9.
Robbie Berwick scored a game-high 23 points for Atascadero (19-2, 9-0).
Joe Johnson added 10 points.
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Andrew Midyett led the Eagles with 10 points.
San Luis Obispo 51, Paso Robles 45
Sam Thompson led the Tigers past the Bearcats with 15 points.
Vanley Bernard added nine for San Luis Obispo (5-16, 3-7 PAC 7).
Anthony Spencer was the Bearcats’ leading scorer with 13.
Templeton 51, Morro Bay 42
The Eagles’ leading scorer and rebounder, Will Mehring, left the game early in the second quarter with an injury.
Aidan Sarbeck stepped up for Templeton (9-12, 6-4 Los Padres League) with 16 points, 12 rebounds and six steals.
Jordan Amato led Morro Bay (1-23, 0-11 LPL) with 16 points.
Shandon 66, Cuyama Valley 58
The Outlaws were down by 12 to the Bears at halftime, but came back to win on the road.
Cicero Goodard led Shandon (10-7, 4-3 Coast Valley League) with 29 points,
nine rebounds and seven assists.
Beige Grassotti had 16 points, nine rebounds and seven assists, and Roberto Rodriguez added 12 points for the Outlaws.
Atascadero 35, Arroyo Grande 30
Sabrina Degnan had eight points and 11 rebounds, and Chandler Haskell and Sarah Wulff had eight points for the Greyhounds (15-7, 6-3 PAC 7).
Olivia Galindo had a game-high 12 points for the Eagles (9-14, 4-6).
San Luis Obispo 44, Paso Robles 36
Jessica Judge led the Tigers (12-8, 4-5 PAC 7) with 19 points as San Luis
Obispo gradually pulled away after the two teams were tied at 12 after one quarter.
Kailey Warren scored 11 points for Paso Robles (1-19, 0-8).
Valley Christian 69, Coastal Christian 29
Roni Garrison led Coastal Christian (6-11, 4-5 CVL) with 10 points, five steals, and two blocks.
Amy Arnold had 10 points and 11 rebounds.
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Rebekah Hernandez and Melanie Popovich both scored three goals as the Eagles opened the tournament with a 12-5 win over Laguna Hills.
Sara Wabbey added two goals for Arroyo Grande (15-5).
In a 12-6 loss to Long Beach Wilson, Brooklyn Vander Veen and Melanie Popovich both scored two goals for the Eagles.
Alana Benson had three saves for Arroyo Grande.
San Luis Obispo 2, Paso Robles 0
Ben Lindahl’s first-half penalty kick and second-half assist helped secure the win for the Tigers.
Cameron Wright preserved the shutout with nine saves for San Luis Obispo (16-4-2, 7-2 PAC 7).
Juan Carlos Ruiz had five saves for the Bearcats (10-10, 3-7).
Arroyo Grande 3, Atascadero 0
Hosanna Cassidy scored two goals for Arroyo Grande (14-4-2, 9-1).
Josh Wilkins scored one goal and had one assist for the Eagles, who
also had two assists from Miguel Fregoso.
Templeton 1, Lompoc 0
After a scoreless first half, Andrew Heim scored on a throw-in from Matt Jangaard in the second half for the Eagles (8-9-2, 5-4-2 LPL).
Yusuke Yokota had 11 saves for Templeton.
Mission Prep 3, Coast Union 1
Jack Mooney received a pass from Bailey Hungerford and broke away to score early on to give Mission Prep an early 1-0 lead.
Mission Prep (6-9-2) maintained the lead throughout the game, and Mooney finished with two goals.
Scott Creel scored the Royals’ third and final goal before the end of the half.
Arroyo Grande 1, Atascadero 0
Richelle Knupper scored in the 88th minute to win the game for the Eagles.
K.K. Parker crossed the ball to Knupper at the back post and she put just enough on it to score for Arroyo Grande (12-4-4, 7-0-3 PAC 7).
Sarah Doughty and Kendall Bowers split time in goal for the Eagles, and both had one save.
San Luis Obispo 5, Paso Robles 0
Sierra Nunes netted one goal and assisted three more for the Tigers in their win over the Bearcats.
Nunes scored the first goal for San Luis Obispo (14-3-3, 7-1-1 PAC 7) off an assist from Sydney Knauer.
Knauer then scored the Tigers’ next goal, and Kelsey Harper, Ellee
Shields and Lexi Johnson all netted one goal. Lily McCann had two saves in the shutout.