High School Sports

Prep Roundup: A.G.’s Dunkle remains in contention at Ojai Tennis Tournament

The Arroyo Grande High tennis team sent several athletes to the 116th annual Ojai Tennis Tournament on Thursday.

On the girls side, Arroyo Grande’s Delanie Dunkle recieved a first-round bye, before beating Katie Tavasoli of Westlake Village in the Girls 16 USTA Division.

Dunkle will play again at 9:30 a.m. at Villanova Prep. Last year, Dunkle won the Girls 14s USTA Division.

Arroyo Grande’s Andrew Arcangel lost to Dillon Barnard of Gelndora 6-3, 6-3, in the Boys 18 CIF Division.

Also in the Boys CIF Division 18 was the Eagles doubles team of Patrick Angle and Parker Turner, who lost to the No. 1-seeded team of Alex Kuperstein and Bradley Cummins 6-0, 6-0.

In the Boys 14s USTA Division, Joey Kullman beat Kei Misawa of Ojai 6-3, 4-6, 6-3, before losing to Max McKennon of Newport Beach 6-1, 6-1.

Morro Bay 10, Nipomo 8

Ryan Morris took two out of three for Morro Bay, winning 3-6, 6-0, 6-3, and Ethan Siems won 0-6, 6-1, 6-2.

The team of Nigel Archer and Gianni Bocardo won 4-6, 6-0, 6-2, and the tandem of Jonathan Tyra and Seth Wilkie won 2-6, 6-2, 6-3. The Pirates (9-6, 5-5 Los Padres League) play Lompoc on Tuesday.

Jon Johnson swept 6-2, 6-0, 6-3 to pace the Titans. Ernie Atilano added a 6-4 win, and the team of Jordan Smith and Jose Garcia swept 6-4, 6-0, 6-2. The duo of Andrew Foley and Jenny Johnson added a set at 6-4.

Templeton 15, Santa Maria 3

Chaz Darrow swept 6-2, 6-1, 6-0 and all three doubles teams swept for the Eagles (6-5 LPL).

Max Starkman and Colesen Brownell won 6-0, 6-1, 6-1, and Jackson Hays and Nick Yonker 6-0, 6-3, 6-0. Dillon Amadio and Patrick Koski also won 6-1, 6-1, 6-1.

Templeton plays at Nipomo on Tuesday.


San Luis Obispo 389, Mission Prep 519

San Luis Obispo’s Casey Leebrick shot a 3-under 68 to medal at Dairy Creek.

“He had been struggling a little bit, but he put it all together today,” San Luis Obispo coach Gary Etheridge said, whose team improved to 13-2 and 10-2 in the PAC 8.

Teammate Andy Eppright followed with a 72.

Stephen Orradre had the low for Mission Prep (4-8, 3-8 PAC 8) with an 82, followed by Robert Ball at 96.

Arroyo Grande 394, Atascadero 471

Jack Avrit and brother Owen each shot 2-over 74 to co-medal at the Chalk Mountain Golf Course.

Teammate Raleigh Deering carded an 80 for the PAC 8 leading Eagles (12-0), who host Righetti on Tuesday.

Paso Robles 419, St. Joseph 471

St. Joseph’s Ethan Ashbrook was the medalist with a 73 at the par-72 Hunter Ranch Golf Course.

Greg Potruch shot 75 and was the low scorer for the Bearcats. Paso Robles is 7-5 in the PAC 8.

Los Padres League

The Nipomo golf team won the weekly Los Padres League Tournament on Thursday, led by Ray Navis, who shot a 1 under at Monarch Dunes Golf Course.

Nipomo had a team score of 421. Morro Bay was fifth at 474, paced by Garrett Holdstock and Mac Dougherty, each with 89s.

Morro Bay plays Lompoc on Monday and will host the league tournament Thursday.


Arroyo Grande 3, Paso Robles 0

The Eagles swept 25-8, 25-18, 25-11, led Brett MacDonald’s 12 digs and three aces.

Jackson Tourdot had six kills and Ryan Meffert had six kills and seven digs. Andy VanBogelen added five kills for Arroyo Grande (13-0, 10-0 PAC 8).


Righetti 170, Paso Robles 114 (boys); Righetti 154, Paso Robles 130 (girls)

Josh Dewhurst, Garrett Wilson, Grant Scheiffle and Zac Brown placed second in the boys 200-yard medley, and Dewhurst won the 50 free (23.27 seconds) and the 500 free in a CIF-consideration time of 5:02.47.

Dewhurst teamed up with Nick Cave, Schieffele and Gavin Hughes to win the 400 free relay.

For the girls, Cece Ramirez won the 100 backstroke (1:06.88) and Mackenzie Raymond won the 500 free (5:35.16). Veronica Ayala won the 100 fly (1:07.11) and Kasey Moffit won both the 200 free (2:04.99) and the 100 free (57.40). Raymond, Moffit and Ayala teamed up with Miranda Pasky to win the 400 free relay in 4:04.95.

Cabrillo 112, Morro Bay 60 (boys); Cabrillo 111, Morro Bay 59 (girls)

Jack Malzone won both the boys 50 free (23.68) and the 500 free (5:27.69) for the Pirates.

Torie White was first in the the girls 50 free (26.03) and the 100 free (58.09), and Alissa Marvin won the 200 IM (2:19.61) and the 100 breaststroke (1:09.60).


San Luis Obispo 162, Paso Robles 107 (boys); San Luis Obispo 194, Righetti 68 (boys); San Luis Obispo 173, Righetti 95 (girls); San Luis Obispo 216, Righetti 43 (girls)

The San Luis Obispo track and field teams swept both Paso Robles and Righetti in a dual meet Wednesday.

Javon Montgomery, Nick Maldonado, Andrew Toh and Trent Abbott teamed up to win the 4x100 meter relay, and Jushtine Reantazo won the 100 hurdles for the Tigers. Francisco Amaya, Dylan Archer, Toh and Caius Cowgill won the 4x400 relay, and Callum Bolger won both the 3,200 and the 800.

Montegomery won the long jump, and Abbott also won the 300 hurdles. Evan Stork placed first in the discus, and James Higgins won both the high jump and the pole vault for San Luis Obispo.

Higgins’ vault of 14 feet, 6 inches is the third best in school history. Ceddric Bermudez won the triple jump, and his mark of 42-5 1/2 is the fifth best all time in school history.

The girls were led by a pair of wins in the 100 hurdles and 300 hurdles by Sarah Attala. Kylie Haidet won the 400, and Amelia Corpuz-Carr won the 100.

Maddie Fletcher was victorious in the 800, Shaina Morris won the 200 and Jenny Grady won the 3,200. Fletcher, Haidet, Morris and Lilian Svetich won the 4x400 relay, and Cora Devaney placed first in the discus.

Anneke Moersdorf picked up a pair of wins in the high jump and long jump, and Elizabeth Willey won the triple jump.

Paso Robles’ Codie Wilshusen won the girls pole vault with a mark of 11-8, matching the school record set by Kate Moore in 2007. Also adding wins were Kristen Thompson in the shot put and Ashley Davis won the girls 1,600.

Ty Jones won the 200 for the Bearcats and Javier Solis won the 400. Jacob Franklin placed first in the the shot put.

San Luis Obispo and Paso Robles will compete Saturday in the SLO County Meet at Cuesta College.