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Update in Sports - Friday, March 26th
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Friday, March 26, 2021

From Athletic Director, Anthony Morales, a few sports announcements from Wednesday and Thursday athletic contests.

 Varsity Baseball

Baseball lost a tough battle against Righetti 6-4 on Wednesday March 24.  Brendan Manriquez got the start on the mound and pitched well.  Andy Morales came in relief and picked up where Brendan left off.  The game was tied until the top of the 7th.  Angel Beltran had 2 hits and Andy Morales scored 2 runs.  It was a close game the entire game and the team really battled hard and had opportunities to take the lead.  Up next is a tough Paso Robles team on Saturday at 3.

Softball

The Panther softball team fell 10-1 to the Templeton Eagles at home on Wednesday March 24. The Panthers had three total hits in the game from Destiny Ramirez, Natalie Villa, and senior Andrea Lopez. Senior pitcher Amaya Yebra went the full 7 with 3 strike outs. The Panthers have a lot of work to do to prepare for next week's game against Arroyo Grande.

Women's Water Polo

At the contest on Wednesday, March 24th, the girl's water polo team was back to almost full strength with a combination of our Varsity, JV, and Novice players. We competed against Nipomo and ended the first quarter only down by two. Nipomo eventually pulled away with the win, but PVHS was only a stone's throw away. The Panthers played with cohesive team chemistry and communicated well in the pool. Both our goalies had a handful of saves and a few smart steals. Bianca Cambero had four fantastic goals from the set. Our novice players continue to learn with every game and cheer loud for their team when they are not in the water to give their teammates support from all sides. All the coaches couldn't be prouder of the team. We are all very excited for our third game on Saturday, March 27th against Paso Robles. 

Women's Soccer

The Panthers played the Pirates at home last night in their second game of the season.  Much improved already, this young squad battled for 80 minutes.  Excellent performance by sophomore Isabella Diaz and junior Carmen Valenzuela.  The Panthers struggled to finish their opportunities on goal and ended with a 0-2 loss.  We play the Saints on Tuesday.

Women's Golf

On another cold and windy day, which has defined the conditions for this season, the women's golf team was victorious once again. It was senior day for the three seniors, Carmen Guerrero, Breanna Villalobos and Clarissa Novela, and they delivered. They led the Panthers to a 274-331 victory over Santa Maria on the Canyons course at Blacklake. Earning medalist honors for the third straight match was Carmen Guerrero with a 48. Her round included a birdie, second birdie in consecutive matches, on the third hole after she drove the green and just missed her eagle putt, leaving an easy tap in. Following the birdie, Carmen was up 10 strokes on her opponent through three holes and went on to win by 20 strokes. Getting back into form in the match was Breanna Villalobos who shot a 54. Her consistent shots and good putting allowed her to come away with a 10-stroke victory over her playing opponent. Clarissa Novela, who played the #1 player from Santa Maria, was able to shoot a 57 and stymie her playing opponent after some early round hiccups. Junior Katrina Mata had a very solid round, shot a 54, and beating her opponent by 14 strokes. Rounding out the scoring for yesterday's match was Meghan Contreras who shot a much improved 61 and beat her opponent by 16 strikes. Marissa Dollinger allowed the upperclassmen to shine while working on some areas of her game and shooting a 71 but did beat her opponent by 3 strokes.  The ladies finished league play with a 9-3 record and claiming second place in the final league standings. The Panthers have one match remaining, a Monday nonleague contest versus Righetti at Blacklake.  Tee time is slated for 3:00pm.

 

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