Talley Hill helped lead the Arroyo Grande girls cross country team to a first-place finish in Division 2 at the Clovis Invitational on Saturday.
Hill finished in third place with a time of 18 minutes, 15 seconds, in the 5K run.
Leza Cassidy finished sixth (18:30), Haley Chavez was 11th (18:40), and Rosa Granados was 17th (18:55) for Arroyo Grande.
The Eagles had 59 points. Canyon of Anaheim was second with 108 points.
Paso Robles finished 15th in the meet, paced by Annie Meeder, who finished 18th (18:56). Amanda Schultz was 33rd (19:35) and Ashley Davis was 47th in 19:54.
Granada’s Megan McCandless won the race in 17:35.
Brittni Frace helped lead Atascadero to a third-place finish in the Division 3 race.
Frace finished 14th in a time of 19:56. Ellie Nisbet was right behind her in 15th place with a time of 19:58. Maria Orozco was 33rd (20:50) and Miranda Dashian finished in 34th (20:50).
San Luis Obispo took 13th place with the help of Malea Martin, who was 22nd with a time of (20:15).
Esperanza was first with 55 points, followed by Yerba Linda with 92. The Greyhounds had 148 points.
Morro Bay’s Hannah Buechner finished in 155th place with a time of 23:39 in the Division 4 race.
On the boys side, Paso Robles’ Zachary Chamberlain came in ninth place (15:53) in the Division 2 race to help secure a third-place finish for the Bearcats.
Beaumont was the top team with 103 points, and De La Salle had 108. The Beacats finished with 114 points.
Josh Potter was 18th (16:04), Gannon Chamberlain was 28th (16:20), Trad Berti came in 29th (16:22), and Luis Armendariz was 30th (16:25) for Paso Robles.
Christian Ricketts had a third-place finish (15:34) for Arroyo Grande, which finished sixth as a team with 184 points.
Joey Rodgers was 21st in 16:07.
San Luis Obispo’s William Ernst finished second in the Division 3 race to help secure a 13th place finish for the Tigers.
Ernst had a time of 15:57. Callum Bolger took fourth with a time of 16:04.
Daniel Tull was 14th place in 16:27 for Atascadero. Atascadero finished 18th overall.
Andrew Stafford led Morro Bay with a 15th-place finish in the Division 4 race. Stafford had a time of 16:55. Morro Bay finished 22nd overall.
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San Luis Obispo Tournament
Atascadero (8-7, 1-3 PAC 8) went 1-2 at the San Luis Obispo Tournament on Saturday.
The Greyhounds lost 12-10 to Wood Creek, lost to Moorpark 15-3 and beat Marina 15-5.
Dylan Linnenkamp had 10 goals on the day, and Dylan Hughes added nine more. James Fisher had 27 saves overall.
Emerson Trout had four goals as San Luis Obispo lost in the final, 14-8 to Clovis North.
Connor Troy had 12 saves and five steals for the Tigers (12-3), who knocked off Clayton Valley 15-6 in the semifinal behind eight goals from Trout. Garrett Perkins and Bo Crozier added two goals each in the win.
Josh Smith scored four goals in Arroyo Grande’s 17-5 win over Paso Robles. Ryan Sverchek had three goals, and Josh Jewell and Blake Adams had two goals each. Ryan Paulson had two saves in the first half, and Jared Swenson had one save in the second half.
Swanson had 10 saves in Arroyo Grande’s 10-5 loss to Tesoro in the Eagles first match of the day. Hunter Roberts had two goals for the Eagles (7-8).
Templeton lost to Redwood, 25-20, 20-25, 16-14, in the quarterfinals at the Hoover tournament in Fresno.
The Eagles defeated Parlier 25-7, 25-5, and Mariposa 25-18, 25-19, to reach the playoffs.
Lauren Rolston had 33 kills and Lucy Portillo added 19 kills on the day. Molly Schaner had six aces and sophomore Hannah McRoy chipped in with 10 assists. Josi Kelly had 51 assists overall for Templeton (18-7, 8-6 Los Padres League).