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Cabrillo High won its fourth straight Los Padres League golf tournament Thursday at La Purisima.

The Conqs were led by co-individual medalist Baylee Gregory's 50 in the nine-hole competition. Lompoc's Kendal Martin also shot a 50 to lead her team to a third-place finish at 290 team shots.

Cabrillo's team score of 275 was good enough for a 14-shot cushion over second place Morro Bay, which beat Cabrillo in a dual match several days before.

The top three has been the same order for the first four LPL tournaments as Cabrillo maintains its consistent play this season. The Conqs scored: Gabi Delgado 51, Britney McCune 56, Devan McCune 57 and Aubrey Campfield 61. 

Morro Bay's low score was a 57 from Alyssa Noriega.

Orcutt Academy finished fourth at 312 total shots, Santa Ynez fifth with 322, Nipomo sixth with 324 and Santa Maria finished with a score of 346.

PAC 8 League Mid-Season Tournament

Righetti sophomore Sarah Fouratt was the medalist both times, but Arroyo Grande won twice at this mid-season tournament at Chalk Mountain Golf Course in Atascadero.

Teams played the front nine and the back nine. Team and individual scores were kept over both sets of nine holes. The Eagles solidified their hold on first place.

Fouratt shot a 34 on the front nine and a 40 on the back nine. Kinsey McBryde of Arroyo Grande, at 36, was two strokes behind Fouratt on the front nine.

Vanessa Watkins (43), Delanie Dunkle (43) and Madi Snow (49) were all in the 40's for Arroyo Grande on the front nine. Delaney Nolan (47) broke 50 for Righetti, which finished fourth on the front nine and fifth on the back nine.

Second-place San Luis Obispo was the runner-up over both sets of nine holes. There were only five scoring teams in this one. Mission Prep, Pioneer Valley and St. Joseph did not have enough golfers to score.

McBryde (41), Dunkle (41) and Watkins (44) were all in the 40s for Arroyo Grande over the back nine. Fouratt was the only golfer who broke 50 for the Warriors over those nine holes. 

Girls tennis

Orcutt Academy 14, Templeton 4

The Spartans (9-3, 6-1) won this Los Padres League road match handily as they completed the first half of LPL play.

Sarah Lopez and Naomi Kwon swept three doubles sets for the Spartans. Kelsey Namba and Keona Pablo won both doubles sets they played. Amanda Hsiung and Tenley Childs won two of their three sets.

Kiana San Jose and Jana Andrade both went two-for-three in their singles sets for the Spartans. Mili Proft, one of the top singles players in the league, swept three sets for the Eagles. She lost one game.

Santa Ynez 15, Morro Bay 3

At Santa Ynez, the Pirates from the south won all nine doubles sets against the Pirates from the north, moving to 10-1, 7-0 as the first half of the Los Padres League campaign  ended.

Tandems Harlie Adams and Shelby Wolf, and Brontee Cintron and Julia Deming each swept three sets. Paige Jensen and Eliza Nash won both doubles sets they played together. Mary Kavaloski won both singles sets she played for Santa Ynez.

Paso Robles 10, Righetti 8

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Kate Hardisty swept three singles sets, and Miranda Silva and Alyssa Baldiviez took three doubles sets for the Warriors (2-10,0-7), but the Bearcats took a tight PAC 8 League match at Righetti.  

Lompoc 18, Nipomo 0

Lompoc swept Nipomo on Thursday for a dominant Los Padres League victory at the Titans' home courts.

The win comes two days after the Braves challenged LPL favorite Santa Ynez with a 10-8 loss at Lompoc High.

Lompoc's top two doubles teams of Edith Elenes and Genesis Garza and Vanessa Esqueda and Ofelia Chavez only lost seven games in their combined six sets. 

In singles, Lompoc's Gracyk sisters, Erin and Erica, each beat Nipomo's No. 1 Sarah Hickenbottom by 6-4 scores before winning their last two sets 6-0.

Girls volleyball

St. Joseph 3, Righetti 2

Kelsey Kolbo racked up 19 kills and Madi Lahr had 38 assists as the Knights (6-3, 3-2) edged their Foster Road rivals in a PAC 8 League match at Righetti's Warrior Gym.

Demi Will had seven kills and two blocks for the Knights. Kolbo made 12 digs.