The San Luis Obispo High boys water polo team won both of its games Friday against Bullard and Morro Bay as Emerson Trout had a combined 17 goals on the day at the San Luis Obispo Tournament.
Trout led San Luis Obispo (11-2) to victory with 12 goals against Bullard in a 19-5 win. Bo Crozier had two goals, and goalie Connor Troy had five saves for the Tigers.
Crozier had six goals in the second game to secure a 17-2 victory against Morro Bay. Trout had five goals, and Jamison Johnson had four goals. Troy had nine saves as San Luis Obispo advanced to today’s semifinals.
Arroyo Grande split its two games, losing 12-11 in overtime against Foothill and beating Woodcreek 13-8 as Conner Sandman scored a combined six goals in the two games.
Sandman scored five goals and Hunter Roberts had two as the Eagles scored five goals in the final quarter to tie the score and send it to overtime before losing to Foothill.
Ryan Sverchek scored five goals, while Josh Smith and Hunter Roberts scored three each contributing to 11 first-half goals for Arroyo Grande in the win over Woodcreek.
The Eagles advanced in the third-place bracket to play Tesoro today.
Templeton at Hoover Tournament
Emily Burns had 10 kills, while Morgan Lawson had nine as the Eagles beat Reedley and Yosemite to place first in their pool.
Templeton beat Reedley 25-13, 25-17 as Lauren Ralston had seven kills and two aces, and Burns and Lawson had five kills apiece. Josi Kelly added 14 assists and two aces.
Against Yosemite, Elsa Strysko and Burns had five kills apiece while Lawson had four in a 25-17, 25-15 win. Josi Kelly and Hannah McRoy had 12 assists apiece.
The Eagles will play Tulare Union in the final match of their pool today and will be the top seed in bracket play of the 20-team tournament.
Templeton 15, Coast Union 3
Mili Proft swept her singles sets 6-3, 6-1, 6-0 for Templeton (4-10). Ashley Barnes also swept 6-1, 6-2, 6-0.
The doubles pair of Lauren Shin and Kiley Keohen won their sets 6-0, 6-1, 6-0. The doubles pair of Emily Ford and Hope Fardanesh won their sets 7-6 (3), 6-4, 6-0.
Annica Marthaler dropped two sets for Coast Union (0-9) before winning her third 7-6 (4) and Letie Mora won her first set this year, winning 6-4.
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