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Prep Roundup: Sikand shots a 42 to lead San Luis Obispo to PAC 8 girls golf victory

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Neha Sikand shot a 42 on the par-35 front nine at the Paso Robles Golf Club on Thursday to lead the San Luis Obispo High girls golf team to first place with a 238 total at the PAC 8 golf tournament.

Sikand’s 42 was second only to Righetti’s Sarah Fourett, who shot a 39 and was the individual medalist. Also, the Tigers’ Isabel Carpenter shot a 45 and Lisa Figueroa shot a 47.

Kinsey McBryde shot a 46 to lead Arroyo Grande to a third-place finish at 257, four strokes behind second- place Righetti. Rachel Harris shot a 47, and Tessa Oates shot a 49 for the Eagles.

Atascadero finished fourth with 292 as Olivia Amber and Morgan Humphrey shot 55, and Christina Rogers shot a 58.

Paso Robles finished sixth with 323 as Nicole Childs shot a 58.

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Cynthia Navis was the individual medalist shooting a par-36 on the front nine at Monarch Dunes to lead the Titans to a win and a team score of 222. Nipomo also had Erin Schusterich shoot a 44, while Brooke Cuzick shot a 46.

Morro Bay finished fourth with 264, just two strokes behind Orcutt Academy and one stroke behind Santa Ynez. Morro Bay’s Lily Keogh shot a 44 while Alyssa Noriega shot a 47.

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL

Arroyo Grande 3, St. Joseph 0

Ashlyn Herlihy had 19 kills, four blocks and three aces, and Arroyo Grande beat St. Joesph in straight sets 25-9, 25-12, 25-15.

Alaina Hogeboom had 36 assists and back row specialists Kacee Fox, Juju Fuller, Jen Johnson and Eden Mostajo all had good matches, Arroyo Grande coach Ernie Santa Cruz said.

“Their ball control was really good,” said Coach Ernie Santa Cruz, whose team is 17-3 overall and 7-0 in PAC 8 play, “it allowed us to run (our) offense.”

Atascadero 3, Pioneer Valley 0

Brooke Harbottle led Atascadero to a 25-17, 25-16, 25-6 PAC 8 victory with 23 assists and five aces.

Sabrina Degnan had 12 digs, and Kaylie Griffin had nine kills for the Greyhounds (11-7, 5-2 PAC 8). Katherine Sedley had five kills and three aces.

Paso Robles 3, Righetti 1

The Bearcats won a back-and-forth PAC 8 matchup against visiting Righetti, winning 22-25, 27-25, 25-22, 25-23.

Coleen Wiest had 35 assists, six digs and two aces, and Maddi Chace added 15 kills, five blocks and two aces. Kiara Gable notched 13 kills and nine digs for Paso Robles (11-7, 3-4).

Lompoc 3, Nipomo 2

The Titans led 2-0 before the Braves rallied for a 23-25, 17-25, 25-23, 25-8, 15-7 win.

Lacy LeBlanc had 24 assists, eight aces and two kills, and Kendra Jackson had 14 digs, nine aces and two assists for Nipomo (1-11, 1-7 LPL).

Santa Ynez 3, Morro Bay 1

Keana Alden had 22 assists and six digs in a losing effort as Morro Bay fell 29-27, 20-25, 25-13, 26-24.

Sierra Emrick had 18 blocks, 17 kills, and 13 digs for the Pirates (6-4, 5-2 LPL). Izzy Sala added 18 digs and five kills.

Templeton 3, Orcutt 0

Lauren Ralston had 12 kills and 10 digs to lead the Eagles to a 25-7, 25-16, 25-19 sweep.

Josie Kelly had 24 assists with four aces, and Hannah McRoy had 18 assists with two aces (10-1, 7-0 LPL). Morgan Lawson had 11 kills, Sarah Bolts had 11 digs, and Julie Cates had eight kills with four aces.

Coast Union 3, Valley Christian 0

Gigi Stoothoff had eight aces, seven digs, and five kills to lead the Broncos to a 25-13, 25-13, 25-16 win.

Reagan Kniffen added seven digs and seven aces, while Patty Buscio had 23 assists for Coast Union (8-4, 6-0 Coast Valley League).

North County Christian 3, Cuyama Valley 1

The Crusaders overcame a slow start to win 23-25, 25-19, 25-15, 25-18 against visiting Cuyama Valley.

Madison Morrison had a well-rounded match with 17 digs, 12 aces and 12 kills. Aliyah Morrison added 23 kills and nine digs and Gabrielle Morrison registered 34 assists and seven kills for the Crusaders (15-8, 5-1 CVL).

Coastal Christian 3, Shandon 0

Roni Garrison had 11 kills, and Whitney Davis had nine aces in a straight set win at home for the Conquistadores (3-4, 3-3 CVL).

Delaney Springer added 23 digs as Coastal Christian won 25-6, 25-11, 25-21.

GIRLS TENNIS

Arroyo Grande 18, Righetti 0

The doubles pair of Angelica Gagliano and Olivia Madison won their sets 6-0, 6-0, 6-0 to help Arroyo Grande improve to 16-3 overall and 9-0 in the PAC 8.

Emily Dobbe won a singles set 7-5 after trailing 5-2. Gillian Burns won her singles set 6-2.

San Luis Obispo 14, Paso Robles 4

McKenzie Berkshire swept her singles sets 6-1, 6-0, 6-1 to lead the Tigers to the PAC 8 win. The doubles teams of Caroline Burke and Sam Good and Fiona Huffaker and Anna Lippold swept their sets as well for San Luis Obispo (10-3, 8-1 PAC 8).

Atascadero 9 (76), St. Joseph 9 (69)

Nicoline Breytenbach swept her three sets 7-5, 6-0, 6-0 to lead the Greyhounds in singles play.

The doubles team of Victoria Thek and Charlotte Holt also swept 6-3, 6-3, 6-1 for Atascadero (11-5, 6-3 LPL).

Lompoc 9 (79), Templeton 9 (74)

Mili Proft led the Eagles winning three sets 6-3, 6-0, 6-2, while Ashley Barnes added two more sets in singles play winning 6-1, 0-6, 6-3.

The doubles team of Lauren Shin and Kiley Keohan won their three sets 7-5, 6-4, 7-5 for Templeton (3-10, 3-7 LPL).

Cabrillo 15, Morro Bay 3

Alzbeta Hermanova continued her dominance in league play as she didn’t drop a game in her three sets for Morro Bay (5-8, 3-6 LPL).

Pioneer Valley 12, Mission Prep 6

Kassandra Gonzalez won 6-1, 6-4, 4-6 in the home loss for Mission Prep (0-10, 0-9 PAC 8).

Santa Ynez 16, Nipomo 2

Sydney Roberts won a set 7-6 for Nipomo (3-9, 1-7 LPL) and the doubles team of Dani Cardenas and Nicole Johnson won 6-2.

BOYS WATER POLO

Nipomo 12, St. Joseph 11

Luke Sparks and Jacob Dillinger had two goals each as Nipomo held off two St. Joseph goals and third opportunity by the Knights in the final minute to secure the win.

Luke Wilenius had nine saves for the Titans (2-4).

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