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Paso Robles High School sports update: Golf, water polo, softball 

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Paso Robles High School hosted St Joeseph at The Paso Robles Golf Club Wednesday. The match was incredibly competitive with St. Joe’s earning a close victory 231-235. Mark Boatman led the Bearcats with a 38 and Kobe Miller posted a 40. The Bearcats host Taft high school this Thursday at 4:30 p.m.

On Tuesday, the Bearcats hosted Bakersfield Christian high school on a very windy Tuesday afternoon. The Eagles came to town as the 2nd ranked team in the central section. Paso welcomed them to town and beat the visitors by a score of four to one. Jaiden Ralston struck out 16 Eagles and allowed four hits. Jaiden and catcher Emma Phillips continue to make it hard on opposing hitters to get anything done. Emma had a two RBI single in the 3rd inning to start the scoring for Paso. Jaiden had an RBI sacrifice fly to center in the 4th inning giving Paso a three run lead. In the 5th inning, Morgan Meidam scored Christina Ayala on a perfectly executed squeeze play. That gave the Bearcats all the runs needed for the win.

The Paso Robles High School Boys’ Golf team competed against St. Joe’s at the Santa Maria Country Club on Monday. St. Joe’s won the match with a score of 234-266. This was the first league match for both teams. Mark Boatman led the Bearcats with a 44.

Water polo

On Wednesday the Lady Bearcat Varsity Water Polo team faced the San Luis Obispo Tigers at their new pool facility on the SLO High campus. At the 5:36 mark Sienna Lowry scored the first goal of the game for the Bearcats. The 1 to 0 score held until the end of the 1st quarter. In the 2nd quarter Allison Hernandez scored and Sienna Lowry one goal each. Cameryn Kay scored two goals in the quarter to bring the halftime score to three to two Paso. In the 3rd quarter, Allison Hernandez opened the quarter with a goal with Liberty Massman of SLO answering with a goal to bring the score to five to four Paso. With 23 seconds left in the 3rd quarter Sienna Lowry added a goal to give the Bearcats a five to three lead at the end of the 3rd. In the 4th quarter, Gaylyn Kirn added a goal for SLO bringing the score to five to four Paso. Zoey Bixler of Paso scored to give the Bearcats a six to four lead at the 5:17 mark. The game tighten up with several defensive stops by the Bearcats as the Tigers kept generating offensive chances to try to tie the game. With five seconds left in the game the Tigers were able to break Paso’s defense but time ran out with the Bearcats holding off the Tigers for a six to five victory.  In the game for the Bearcats, Kaytlyn Hebrard continued to frustrate the opposition by making 17 saves in the game with six of those saves coming in the 4th quarter. The Bearcats will be back in the pool Thursday the 15th as they face Atascadero in Atascadero at 5 p.m.


The Bearcats played the Pioneer Valley Panthers Saturday morning in Santa Maria and came away with a 15 to 1 win. Paso sent 13 batters to the plate in the first inning. Stella Gidcumb lead off the inning with a stand up triple and scored on a single by Hannah Chambers. The entire lineup for Paso put up nine hits in the first inning and scored eight runs. Stella went four for four on the day with two RBIs and one BB. Morgan Meidam did some damage as well going three for three with a double and a triple with two runs scored and three RBIs. Freshman Elie Chavez had two hits in four at bats and reached first base on a PV throwing error. Elie scored three runs and had three RBIs and a stolen base. Hannah Chambers stood in the circle for Paso. She pitched a complete game allowing one run off five hits. Hannah struck out five and allowed one BB in five innings of work. Next up for Paso is a home game on Tuesday versus Bakersfield Christian high school. Game time is 4:30

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