Cabrillo's Lesly Hernandez rolled through the 101-pound division at the Central Coast Girls Wrestling Association Championships Saturday afternoon at Pioneer Valley High School.

Hernandez, a junior, racked up pins in all three of her matches to win the weight class championship. Hernandez has been wrestling at the varsity level for three seasons now. She's 18-0 on the year, with nearly all of her matches ending on pins.

Hernandez pinned J.C. Rollins of Nipomo in 1 minute, 11 seconds of the championship match to take the title Saturday in Santa Maria.

Hernandez said that the cradle is her favorite move. That’s what she used in her first two matches Saturday. To get the pin in the championship she used a half nelson.

Last season Hernandez did not make it out of the first day of the CIF Masters Meet, though she did finish fourth as a sophomore. This year she's hoping to make it to the second day of the Masters.

Girls soccer

Cabrillo 6, Morro Bay 2

Cabrillo's Natalia Tulloch is officially in the CHS record books, as she kicked five goals in the league win over the Pirates on Thursday.

The previous single game record was four, which has been held by several former Conquistadores players according to head coach Derrick Wong. Tulloch booted three of her goals in the first period. 

Alyssa Pablo scored the other goal for the Conqs. 

Girls basketball

Cabrillo 54, Morro Bay 24

Erin Jenkins had 21 points and 12 rebounds to power the Conqs to another LPL win on Thursday.

Cabrillo is now 19-2 overall and 10-0 in the LPL.

Jenkins went 8-for-14 from the field. 

Britney McCune added 11 points and four rebounds for the Conqs and Alyssa Stewart had seven points, two rebounds and two assists. 

Lompoc 34, Templeton 27

Braves head coach Claudia Terrones called this league contest a "poor shooting night, but great defensive night" as Lompoc held off the Eagles on the road Thursday.

Cheyenne Marmolejo led the way with 10 points, while Chavon Garrett added nine points and Danielle Morgan dropped six. The reserves, though, played a key role, Terrones said.

"Our bench was able to produce points and keep us in the game," Terrones said. 

Lompoc went 15-of-51 from the field in this contest.

Boys Basketball

Cabrillo 70, Morro Bay 34

The Conquistadores continue to stay unbeaten in the Los Padres League, this time trouncing the Pirates on the road by 36 points.

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LeAndrew Knight finished with 31 points while Trevaughn Ross added 12. Cabrillo is now 19-3 overall and 10-0 in the LPL.

Softball

Hancock wins opener

LOS ANGELES — Hancock's softball team made it 2-for-2 on the diamond in season-opening games Friday.

After the baseball team's home win over Pierce, the Hancock softball team cruised past L.A. Valley Friday afternoon on the road, winning 10-1 in five innings.

Just like the baseball team's win, the softball squad was powered by local talent.

Arroyo Grande high grad and current Hancock freshman Bailey Killough drove in three runs for the Bulldogs, Maggie Dasis and Nakaila Fuggs, both Righetti High graduates, drove in two runs apiece as the Bulldogs won their season opener in Los Angeles. Hancock travels a bit further south for Saturday's doubleheader at San Diego.

The Bulldogs struck in the top of the first inning when sophomore shortstop Larrissa Ostrander led off with a triple and scored on Fuggs’ hit. The freshman third baseman later stole third and scored on a passed ball to put the 'Dogs up 2-0.

Dasis then drew a walk, stole second and eventually scored on a ground ball off the bat of Killough to cap the three-run frame.

After L.A. Valley scored once in the bottom of the first, Hancock added two more in the second when Fuggs walked, stole second and third, and scored on a passed ball. Killough smacked a two-run double that plated Dasis and Emily Gantt, a St. Joseph grad, to make it 8-1.

Hancock added another in the fourth on an RBI ground ball by pitcher Shannon Peterson, and scored its 10th run on an RBI double by Dasis that drove in Ostrander.

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