Cabrillo High topped its rival Lompoc by only two shots on Monday in an Los Padres League dual match at La Purisima. 

The Conqs lead the league but Lompoc has been moving closer in dual matches and league tournaments with each passing week. Cabrillo held off the Braves 279-281 to remain undefeated in LPL duals.

Lompoc's Kendal Martin won the individual medal with a 48 and teammate Rylee Sager posted the second best score of the day with a 50. Lompoc's other scorers were: Destiny Goggins 59, Danielle Morgan 61 and Marlene Mendez 63.

But Cabrillo's balanced scoring won the day with all of the top five scoring in the 50s. Devan McCune and Brianna Gonzales each shot a 52. Baylee Gregory 53, Gabi Delgado 58 and Aubrey Campfield 59 completed the scoring for the Conqs.

Nipomo 283, Santa Maria 296

Nipomo beat Santa Maria on Monday at Monarch Dune in an LPL dual match.

The Titans' Cara Frank had the low score in the 36-hole course with a 50. Teammate Brooke Cuzick had the second best score of the day with 51. Brooke Panzardi 57, Hanah Higgins 62 and Karlee Magness 63 completed the Nipomo score.

Santa Maria's Amalia Ramirez set a personal best with a 54 for the Saints. Marlen Reyes also set a personal best, shooting a 58.

Jessica Estevez shot a 56, Lily Llamas had the first birdie of the season for the team to help score a 61 and Graciela Santiago shot a 67. 

Arroyo Grande 248, St. Joseph no score

St. Joseph had to forfeit because there were only four Knights on hand Monday against Arroyo Grande, but the golfers took to the Cypress Ridge course to play a round.

Arroyo Grande (8-0-1, 5-0-1 PAC 8) posted a team score of 248. Vanessa Watkins shot a 41 for the low score of the day.

The rest of the Eagles shot: Kinsey McBryde 44, Carson Schirmer 53, Emily Whitehead 54 and Madi Snow 56.

St. Joseph's Sara Casa shot a 54 and her teammates scored: Ale Ponce 61, Cameryn Durnin 69 and Laura Engel 69.

SLO 237, Pioneer Valley 306

Pioneer Valley lost a PAC-8 dual match 237-306 to San Luis Obispo on Monday at Black Lake Golf Club. 

San Luis Obispo's Lisa Figueroa won the individual medal with a 41. The rest of the Tigers shot: Isabel Carpenter 45, Grace Park 47, Hannah Ogden 51, Ella Udlock 53

The Panthers were led by Claudia Smith's low score of 56. Her teammates scored: Jewelle Biascan 57, Coryn Nodal 60, Sophia Garcia 66, Britney Cuellar 67

Girls Tennis

Atascadero 14, Righetti 4

The Greyhounds won eight of the nine doubles sets as they cruised to a PAC 8 League win at home over the Warriors (2-14, 0-11).

The match was a makeup of one that was rained out last Thursday.

Tandems Courtney Baskin and Julia Clickard, and Sarah Wulff and Kyah Pomi each swept three sets for the 'Hounds.

Lauren Zimmer won two singles sets for Righetti after Kate Hardisty, the Warriors' top singles player, was stung by a bee after warm-ups, Righetti coach Patrick Ortiz said.

Hardisty could not play, and the Warriors had to forfeit all three sets in her spot. 

San Marcos 14, Arroyo Grande 4

Arroyo Grande lost for only the third time this season, but the Eagles are one of many to fall to Santa Barbara power San Marcos. 

The Eagles (14-3) hosted San Marcos on Monday and wins were tough to come by. Freshman Delanie Dunkle won the only two singles sets for Arroyo Grande.

Doubles partners Mary Waterman and Casey Lieberman nearly pulled off a shocking upset for the Eagles, losing 7-5 to Renee Handley and Sarah Yang. The San Marcos pair are unbeaten this season.

Girls Volleyball

Atascadero 3, St. Joseph 0

(25-22, 25-21, 25-17)

St. Joseph returned to action after having last week off but lost on the road at Atascadero in a PAC 8 League match.

The Knights (9-6, 6-5 PAC 8) were led by Demi Will with eight kills and Kelsey Kolbo with six.

“We played pretty well considering we didn’t have any matches last week,” said St. Joseph coach Chip Blaney. “Atascadero is a pretty good team and they brought it tonight.”

The Knights are back in action tonight when they host the Paso Robles Bearcats in another PAC 8 match.

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