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Bearcat sports results for Feb. 27-Mar. 2 

–Paso Robles High School Director of Athletics, Anthony Morales, has announced the results of Bearcat athletics for Feb. 27-Mar. 2.

Men’s Golf

PRHS hosted a mini-tournament last Thursday, Mar. 1 with three teams from the Central Valley and three teams from the Central Coast. It was a wet one out there on that day. However, we made it work. Today men’s golf travels to play St. Joseph High School at Santa Maria CC.

Men’s Tennis

PRHS men’s tennis did not get to play last week in a Central Valley Tournament due to rain. However, PRHS travels to San Luis Obispo today for a 3:30 p.m. match. JV’s are here at PRHS 3:30 p.m. Tomorrow we host Clovis West at 3 p.m. and Thursday we host Pioneer Valley at 3:30 p.m.


Last Tuesday, Feb. 27, PRHS lost to Salinas 4-6. Yesterday PRHS varsity played at Cabrillo High School and PRHS won 18-7 (Make-up game from Saturday). Freshman and JV baseball is at Righetti High School for a 3:30 p.m. game. We host Galenda (Reno, NV) on Thursday, Mar. 8 at 4 and 6 p.m. Freshman baseball will host SLO on Friday at 3:30 p.m.


Last Tuesday, Feb. 27, PRHS defeated Morro Bay 6-0. Last Wednesday, Feb. 28, PRHS lost to Templeton 3-9. We host Nipomo today at 3:30 p.m. and JV’s at Liberty Field. On Thursday, varsity travels to Santa Maria and JV will host Santa Maria on the varsity diamond. Both games are at 3:30 p.m.


Paso Robles Stunt team played three games last week. Feb. 27 was against Morro Bay and Paso beat Morro Bay 20-0. Mar. 1 was against St. Joseph and Paso beat St. Joseph High School 20-5. Mar. 1 was against Atascadero and Paso beat Atascadero High School 21-0 (perfect game score).

Men’s Volleyball

The Paso Robles Bearcats defeated the Morro Bay Pirates 3-0 last Tuesday night Feb. 27. Set scores were 25-23, 25-22, 26-24. Leading the Bearcats was Ethan Todd with nine kills and 13 digs while sophomore Brock Williams added nine more kills out of the middle. David Gonzales posted 15 digs while Ramon Torres had 30 assists in the victory.

The Paso Robles Bearcats defeated the Nipomo Titans 3-0 last Thursday night Mar. 1. Set scores were 25-9, 25-16, 25-21. Ramon Torres had a great night setting as he racked up 33 assists, seven digs, and one ace while Ethan Todd added eight kills and eight digs. Hector Arteaga also had five kills and two aces in the win and Scott Pedretti added three aces.

The Paso Robles Bearcats defeated the Templeton Eagles 3-0 last Friday night Mar. 2. Set scores were 25-19, 25-23, and 25-21. Marcus Stemper got involved in all aspects as he had two aces, seven kills, and 11 digs. Ethan Todd added nine kills and eight digs while Hector Arteaga added seven kills in the winning effort. Ramon Torres had 21 assists and three blocks.

The Bearcats improve to 3-0 and play at Santa Maria High School today at 5 and 6 p.m.
This Thursday, PRHS will host Coastal Christian JV at 4 p.m. and Central varsity at 5:30 p.m.


Saturday the Bearcat Swim Team began their season in San Luis Obispo with a bit of fun at the SLO Relay Invitational. A meet that is untraditional in format is always a great time for swimmers, attracted local teams as well as those from Clovis, Bakersfield and Santa Clarita. With eight teams competing in the field the Ladies took second place, only losing by three points to San Luis Obispo High while boys took fourth overall.

The event was highlighted by many fantastic performances such as first-place finishes by the ladies in the 3 x 200 I.M. and 4 x 100 Freestyle relays. Led by Captain Mackenzie Raymond, Gabriella Clayton, Emily Christian, and Freshman Kendall Moffitt. The boys were headed by great swims from Captain Gavin Hughes, Nick Cave, and Josh Picard.
PRHS swim travels to St. Joseph (Paul Nelson Center) 2 p.m.

Track and Field

Track and Field hosted the 26th Annual Bob McKie Bearcat Relays this past weekend. Please find attached the results from Saturday’s 26th Annual Bob McKie Bearcat Relays hosted by Paso Robles High School on March 3, 2018. 12 Schools from the Central Coast and Central Valley attended. The 2018 Meet Champions are Arroyo Grande in the women’s varsity and Paso Robles in the men’s varsity. Complete meet information can be found at Complete results can be found at Complete results are also attached. We would like to thank all of our media outlets for their support and coverage of Track and Field on the Central Coast!

Varsity Women Team Scores (14 Events Scored)
Team Pts:

1 Arroyo Grande 86
2 San Luis Obispo 77
3 Paso Robles 62
4 Righetti 43
5 St. Joseph (Santa Maria) 40
6 Templeton 29
7 Pioneer Valley 26
8 Atascadero 19
9 Santa Ynez 15
10 Mission College Prep Cath 14
11 Nipomo 9
12 Robert F Kennedy 6

Varsity Men Team Scores (14 Events Scored)
Team Pts:

1 Paso Robles 98
2 Arroyo Grande 96
3 Robert F Kennedy 40
4 Pioneer Valley 39
5 San Luis Obispo 37
6 Nipomo 30
7 Templeton 23.5
8 Righetti 20
8 Santa Ynez 20
10 Atascadero 16
11 St. Joseph (Santa Maria) 10

Tomorrow PRHS track travels to Righetti for a 3 p.m. meet.

Alumni News

Joseph Brown repeats as conference champion, sets new Drexel University record.

PRHS Bearcat alumni swimmer Joseph Brown recently competed in his conference championships held in Christiansburg, VA, Feb. 14-18, 2018. Representing the Drexel Dragons of Philadelphia, Joseph swims on a full ride scholarship for the NCAA DI school which is part of the Colonial Athletic Association. The Drexel men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams wrapped up the CAA Championships with 13 gold medals in the four-day event. As a team, the Drexel men finished in second place behind William & Mary, while the women sat fifth as James Madison won the team title. Adam Braun, the head coach of the Dragons, was named the Men’s Swimming Coach of the Year, alongside Matt Crispino of William & Mary.

Local native Joseph Brown contributed to the Dragon’s success by earning points in all three of his individual events, setting both personal and team records along the way. His lifetime best 500 Freestyle time of 4:31.18 placed 11th and his two signature events, 100 and 200 Breaststroke, produced silver and gold for the Dragons. Brown was just edged out by teammate Ralph Cannarozzi by .03 in the 100 Breast finishing second in a personal best time of 54.89. Brown and Cannarozzi teamed up again to take first and second in the 200 Breast. This time it was Brown taking gold for the second year in a row, finishing ahead of the entire field by nearly two full seconds in a personal best time of 1:58.47, the fastest time in University history.

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