Category Archive: Hogeboom

Sep 27

Volleyball season is upon us and I’m enjoying the action!

By Nick Wilson The fall sports season is well upon us now and I’m digging the level of play in local girls volleyball. I had a chance to see San Luis Obispo and Atascadero this week and it was a tremendous match. The Tigers look extremely skilled. And despite losing star setter Maggie Eppright …

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Jan 30

A.G. boys basketball moves up in rankings

The Southern Section released its weekly polls today, with a bevy of San Luis Obispo County schools making moves in various divisions. Perhaps the most significant jump belongs to the Arroyo Grande High boys basketball team, which sits at No. 9 in Division 3AAA after barely making the ranking two weeks ago at No. 15. …

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Nov 16

A.G., SLO, Templeton in playoffs

The CIF-Southern Section playoffs get under way Friday, with three San Luis Obispo County teams and three others from the PAC 7 and Los Padres leagues hoping to open with wins, as well. Here’s the schedule for this week: Dos Pueblos (3-7) at Arroyo Grande (9-1), 7 p.m. San Luis Obispo (7-3) at Camarillo (7-3), …

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Jan 11

Contenders emerging in basketball, soccer

It’s still relatively early into league races for the winter sports, but favorites have become slightly clearer by now. Which teams do you think will be the strongest come playoff time? And which players do you think are the ones to keep an eye on? In PAC 7 boys basketball, two unbeatens remain: Atascadero (13-3, …

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Dec 17

Stokes, Paso lead PAC 7 all-league awards

The PAC 7 released its all-league teams for the fall sports on Friday. Here they are: FOOTBALL MVP: Elias Stokes, Paso Robles, WR/KR, Jr. Outstanding Offensive Lineman: Cole Thompson, Paso Robles, C, Sr. Outstanding Offensive Back: Jacob Searcy, Paso Robles, QB, Sr. Outstanding Defensive Lineman: Bo Bonnheim, Paso Robles, NT, Sr. Outstanding Defensive Back: Seth …

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Oct 23

SLO County teams running away with PAC 7

Coaches often say that certain trends in high school sports are cyclical. That seems to be the case this year. What I’m referring to is how the San Luis Obispo County PAC 7 teams are all effectively re-asserting themselves this season over their northern Santa Barbara County counterparts, an across-the-board switch that was further clarified Friday …

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Oct 16

San Luis Obispo knocks off Righetti

At least one thing’s for sure after Friday night: Don’t count out San Luis Obispo High in the PAC 7 football battle. The Tigers threw the league standings into some chaos by giving Righetti its first league defeat since 2008, 38-17. We’ll see how things play out from here, but it can’t be denied San …

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Oct 02

North County owns the night

We may have gotten some clues Friday night as to how the PAC 7 and Los Padres League pictures may eventually play out, as both leagues opened with a nearly full slate of games. Here were the scores: • Atascadero 18, Arroyo Grande 6 • Paso Robles 41, San Luis Obispo 21 • Righetti 15, …

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Sep 30

League play begins along Central Coast

As I’m sure you’re all aware, the PAC 7 and Los Padres League open their football seasons Friday night. Two San Luis Obispo County matchups are high-profile in the PAC 7, as Atascadero heads to Arroyo Grande and San Luis Obispo travels to Paso Robles. (Which is to say nothing of the historic all-Santa Maria …

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Sep 25

PAC 7, LPL teams tune up for league

Most Central Coast teams wrapped up the nonleague portions of their schedules on Friday night, or came close to it. I was in Morro Bay to take in San Luis Obispo’s 34-12 win. The Tigers displayed plenty of balance offensively. Quarterback Anthony Maez was 9-of-14 passing for 121 yards and three touchdowns (all of them …

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