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News in Sports as of 4-1-21
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Thursday, April 01, 2021

 PVHS Swim

 The Panthers hosted the Saints yesterday and both the boys and girls pulled off a huge win.  We had several individual and we swept all the relays with both boys and girls sides placing first.

First place:

  • Alex Velasquez: 100 Backstroke
  • 200 Medley Relay: Alex V, James Diaz, Joseph Perez, Adrian Eisner
  • James Diaz: 200 IM, 100 Breastroke
  • Karissa Enriquez: 200 Free
  • Zitlaly Hernandez: 100 Backstroke
  • 200 Medley Relay: Lilo Munoz, Bianca Cambero, Cali Perez, Zitlaly Hernandez
  • Cali Perez: 50 Free, 100 Breastroke
  • Angel Aguilar- 50 Free
  • Joseph Perez - 100 Fly
  • Adrian Eisner- 100 Free
  • 200 Yard Free Relays- both boys and girls teams first place
  • 400 Yard Free Relay- both boys and girls teams first place

Tennis

 On Tuesday March 30, our women's tennis team hosted Templeton HS for our final match of the season.  We lost a very tough match on that day.  However and overall, we had a great season.  The girls have great attitudes and have shown a ton of growth.  Great job ladies!

Varsity Baseball

The Varsity baseball team got into the win column in a big way with a 12-2 win against Atascadero.  It all started on the mound with Estevan Fonseca.  Estevan pitched a complete game giving up only 4 hits and striking out 3 and walking none.  At the plate, the entire team was the highlight.  The team had a season high 13 hits and did not make it easy on the Atascadero defense.  The next game is a big one on Saturday against a very good Arroyo Grande team.

Women's Soccer

Women's soccer lost a tough one to Santa Maria HS on Tuesday.   Today our women's soccer team travels to Orcutt Community Park for a 3:15 p.m. game vs. Orcutt Academy HS.  Good luck ladies.

Swim

Both men and women's swim team defeated Santa Maria HS yesterday.  Great win by both programs.  Please see enclosure for results.

 Varsity Softball

 Panther softball suffered a tough loss at home to the AG Eagles yesterday.

Varsity Football

Last night the Panther Football Team scored their first victory of the season (13-6) verses a red-hot Mission Prep team that came into this contest 2-0.  The Panthers relied heavily on their physical defense creating several turnovers (two fumble recoveries and one interception) while also holding Mission prep to six punts. Leading the defense, senior Andres Varges positioned himself for the lone interception of the night while sophomore Richie Cardenas led the Panthers in tackles. Sophomore Jaylen Yap also shined with 2 quarterback sacks and a tackle for loss. Offensively the Panthers were led by senior running back Tommy Nunez as he led the night in rushing yards and scored the teams two touchdowns (one rushing and one receiving). Senior Angel Varges had a solid night at quarterback passing for 3 of 6 with a passing touchdown while also racking up yardage on the ground.  Also noteworthy are running backs Daniel Avila (senior) and Rudy Mendez (junior) who used their elusiveness and power running styles to keep the chains moving giving Tommy the opportunity to score his two scores. The biggest contributors of the night were both the offensive and defensive lines as both controlled the line of scrimmage with physical, assignment sound play. Often overlooked by fans but never taken for granted by coaches was how well special teams did on the night. First year player senior Arath Acosta had a terrific evening kicking the ball with well-placed kickoffs and punts and going 1 for 1 on extra points.  Without the efforts of our special's teams, we could have not won the game last night.  

Please click on the link for the full coverage:

https://santamariatimes.com/news/local/san-luis-obispo/pioneer-valley-stuns-mission-prep-13-6-handing-royals-first-loss-of-season/article_45b18945-f77c-585f-ae94-87a119c58982.html  

Special thanks to our varsity cheer team for their support last night.  



 

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