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In a rare spring football game, on an even rarer Wednesday night for high school football, senior Tommy Nunez powered the Panthers past Mission Prep 13-6, handing the Royals their first loss of the season.
Anthony Reynoso is having no trouble enjoying the odd experience of a spring football season. Not having a senior season, even if it's a different one, would've been unthinkable for the St. Joseph fullback.
As the old saying goes, you can throw out the record books when Lompoc and Cabrillo meet.
Pioneer Valley was scheduled to open its football season on March 19 with a game against Atascadero. But that game was ultimately postponed due to COVID-19 cases within the Panther program, forcing the team into quarantine.
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Santa Maria defeated Morro Bay 19-46 in the boys varsity race, wrapping up an 8-0 season record and 5-0 mark in Ocean League duals. On Friday, the Saints eased past the Pirates on their three-mile home course on the SMHS campus. The SMHS JV boys also finished 5-0 and were crowned league champs.
Nipomo stunned Santa Maria with 15 points in the last 1:22 and came away with a 21-14 Ocean League win at Nipomo.
Miller kept the Saints off the scoreboard and he absolutely needed to in the Warriors' 1-0 win as Gavin Long drove in the game's only run.
Logan Ast piled up 163 yards rushing on 23 carries with 121 yards receiving on eight catches. He scored four times on the ground.
St. Joseph dominated another opponent Friday night, its second in as many weeks, in a 45-14 win over Arroyo Grande at Doug Hitchen Stadium. This week's win comes on the heels of the Knights' 44-0 season-opening trouncing of Paso Robles.
St. Joseph (2-0) 45, Arroyo Grande (1-1) 14
Santa Maria's football team got off to a good start last week. But now the Saints have to answer another question: Can they keep it going?
With a 274-331 win over Santa Maria on their home course, the Panthers completed a 9-3 Ocean League run, sealing up a second-place finish in league competition. That's the highest finish for any golf team in school history, coach Marcus Guzman says.
Both St. Joseph and Arroyo Grande were pretty impressive last week, though I think St. Joseph's 44-0 road win over a Mountain League opponent in Paso Robles was more impressive than Arroyo Grande's 33-21 home over Atascadero, now an Ocean League team.
What's the area's top matchup of the second week of the spring football season? Well, that's an easy question to answer: The only game that features two 1-0 teams.
Instead of leaving the game he loved behind and moving on after suffering a back injury, Armenta chose to stick it out. Though he'll likely never play football again, Armenta has spent the preseason acting as an additional coach for Eagles skipper Mike Hartman.
Righetti broke into the win column Wednesday.
The Righetti High softball team returned to action after a yearlong layoff Wednesday.