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Prep Roundup: Arroyo Grande water polo players honored

Arroyo Grande High goalkeeper Emily Sonny is the CIF-Southern Section Division 3 girls water polo player of the year.
Arroyo Grande High goalkeeper Emily Sonny is the CIF-Southern Section Division 3 girls water polo player of the year.

The CIF-Southern Section Division 3 girls water polo honors were announced Monday, with the champion Arroyo Grande High team earning the most honors.

Junior Emily Sonny, in her first season playing goalkeeper, was named the Player of the Year. Seniors Rebekah Hernandez and Isabella Manuele and junior Kate Empey were named to the first team, while sophomores Brittany Winn and Sarah Parsons earned second-team accolades.

Junior Arden Taylor was on the third team.

BOYS TENNIS

San Luis Obispo 18, Paso Robles 0

Spanish foreign exchange student Guillermo Bonnet celebrated his 17th birthday by winning 6-3, 6-0, 6-0 for the Tigers (7-2, 2-0 PAC 8).

The doubles team of Chase Braun and Pablo Caminada won 6-0, 6-0, 6-0, while the tandems of Adie Alwen and Cameron Dong, and Sid Alwen and Alle Pederzoli dropped one game apiece for San Luis Obispo.

BOYS GOLF

Oak Park Invitational

Conner Sandman shot an 81 to lead Arroyo Grande at the par-71 North Ranch Country Club. The Eagles’ three-person team finished with a total of 253, somewhere near the middle of the 26-team pack, coach Jeff Byars said.

Tristan Bergmann-Lagano shot an 83, and Jack Avrit turned in an 89 for Arroyo Grande.

Competing as an individual, Raleigh Deering also shot an 89 for the Eagles.

A team from Atascadero finished at 284, with Brandon Erickson at 91 and Ryan O’Connell at 93.

Another group of three Greyhounds turned in a team score of 305.

Cabrillo 218, Morro Bay 271

The Pirates fell in a nine-hole match at the par-36 Vandenberg Village Golf Course.

Tyler Ray shot a team-best 52 for Morro Bay (1-3, 1-1 Los Padres League).

Cabrillo’s Cory Haigler was the medalist at 41.

BOYS VOLLEYBALL

Righetti 3, Paso Robles 0

Riley Rookus had seven kills and four aces for the Bearcats (3-2, 0-1 PAC 8), as they fell 25-18, 25-22, 25-14.

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