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Paso basketball back full strength

Posted: Thursday, Dec 18th, 2014
While the Bearcats football team advanced deeper into the CIF postseason, the Paso Robles High basketball team was tasked with staying alive shorthanded. The Bearcats played the first two tournaments of the year without the services of seven players, including four who were key members of the 2013 hardwood squad. As a result, head coach Matt Drake was forced to
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Hounds hit reset with new crew

Posted: Thursday, Dec 18th, 2014
No team on the Central Coast experienced an overhaul like the Atascadero High School boys varsity basketball team, losing nine seniors including Robbie Berwick (Florida State University), Jared Stuedemann (Occidental College), and Connor Kim (Southwestern University), as well as losing head coach Matt Knudsen. Along with the three players that are playing all over the country this winter season, Atascadero
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Eagles enter with brand new style

Posted: Thursday, Dec 18th, 2014
The Templeton High School boys varsity basketball team lost seven seniors off its roster to graduation last year, and a new lineup including five seniors, six juniors and a sophomore grace the court for the Eagles as they look for new life under the guidance of new head coach Larry McCoy. "We have very little varsity experience coming into this
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New-look Eagles set for flight in hoops season

Posted: Thursday, Dec 18th, 2014
Templeton High School girls varsity return as the defending Los Padres League champions, but return with a new roster and a new head coach. THS head coach David Wood joins the Eagles with only two returning varsity players -- both sophomores -- and may just shoot from the hip as the team finds its identity in his inaugural season. Coming
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Greyhounds enter fierce PAC 8 landscape

Posted: Thursday, Dec 18th, 2014
A pair of seniors -- Maddie Leong and Sabrina Degnan -- have hit their stride already this season, to lead a young Atascadero High School girls basketball team against a slightly larger league landscape which has adopted Mission Prep to form the PAC 8 League and seven games behind them has given the Greyhounds a good look at what they
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Bearcats making strides with experienced core

Modified: Thursday, Dec 18th, 2014
The Paso Robles High girls basketball team ended last season with just one win to its credit. Already in 2014, the Bearcats have doubled that win total and league hasn't even arrived yet. Paso was incredibly young last year, with the vast majority of minutes going to sophomores. The three seniors on the roster -- Jamika Martin, Kailey Warren and
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Templeton boys soccer rebuilding from top to bottom

Posted: Thursday, Dec 18th, 2014
After battling week in, week out in the Los Padres League and advancing to the CIF playoffs, the Templeton High boys varsity soccer team has some big shoes to fill. The Eagles graduated seven seniors from the 2013-14 squad, including mainstays like Jeffrey Hammond, Andrew Heim, Garrett Watson and keeper Yusuke Yokota. "I lost basically the engine room of my
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Bearcats poised for return to postseason

Posted: Thursday, Dec 18th, 2014
After earning a CIF berth as a wild card last season, the Paso Robles High varsity boys soccer team won its opening round game and nearly pulled an upset to advance further. The Bearcats parted ways with a number of crucial pieces, headlined by seniors Kirby Walton, Matthew Mihelic and Marcus Millan, who all graduated with the Class of 2014.
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New coach J.T. Camp looks to compete

Posted: Thursday, Dec 18th, 2014
The loss of a pair of captains to graduation, along with 10 more seniors and a head coach, means this season's Atascadero High School boys soccer team is rebuilding almost from scratch, and against a tough PAC 8 field which already gave the Greyhounds a run for their money every turn on the pitch, patience for new head coach J.T.
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Paso aims for progress after preseason washed away

Posted: Thursday, Dec 18th, 2014
No team has been slowed by the winter rains more than the Paso Robles High varsity girls soccer team. The Bearcats have only played three matches so far this year, which puts them behind the 8-ball in terms of their conditioning and cohesion. Still, Paso has seen success in its limited action, winning two of three games, including a 5-1
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Templeton soccer adjusts to coaching change

Posted: Thursday, Dec 18th, 2014
The Templeton High girls soccer season is all about newness, as the Eagles get used to first-year varsity head coach Mario Perez and some minor tweaks tactically. Perez coached THS junior varsity last year and is replacing former coach Moises Jimenez this season at the varsity level. Under Jimenez in 2013-14, the Eagles dropped their first six preseason games before
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Greyhounds build on talented defensive front

Posted: Thursday, Dec 18th, 2014
A strong senior class leads the Atascadero High girls varsity soccer team, with a spectrum of juniors, sophomores and freshmen playing behind them, with fifth-year head coach Sam McMillan returning to lead the Hounds as the sideline general. Returning captain Maia Mumford and the host of seniors look to make good on their potential this season, and earn the Greyhounds'
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Paso polo stocked with seniors

Posted: Thursday, Dec 18th, 2014
While many teams work to replace a wealth of experience, the Paso Robles High varsity girls water polo team welcomes back 10 upperclassmen to its roster of 14. The Bearcats have eight seniors and two juniors this season, while the other four spots are filled my sophomores. That's not to say there aren't some pieces missing -- most notably a
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Atascadero seniors lead growing program

Posted: Thursday, Dec 18th, 2014
Losing AHS record holders to graduation -- Rachel Gruetzmacher in 2013, and Kylie Ferree in 2014 -- the Atascadero High School girls water polo team continues to press forward, with new leaders stepping up for the Greyhounds behind head coach Mitch Stafford. Stafford delivers his brand of coaching across the boys and girls squads, and commitment is built into the
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Hounds look to seniors for leadership

Posted: Thursday, Dec 18th, 2014
Entering the season, Atascadero High School wrestling brings back a handful of heavy-hitters including the 195-pound CIF Southern Section No. 1 ranked senior Karson Block, according to thecaliforniawrestler.com, alongside 170-pound honorable mention senior Seth Burchfield, 182-pound honorable mention junior Tannen Soojian. Burchfield bowed out of the 2013-14 season with an injury, but is back and won his weight class at
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Paso wrestlers push for three-peat

Posted: Thursday, Dec 18th, 2014
For the past two seasons, the Paso Robles High varsity wrestlers have dominated the PAC 7. The Bearcats won consecutive league championships as a team, while also collecting a number of individual titles and sending several wrestlers through to the CIF Masters Meet. However, as the Central Coast schools transition to the PAC 8, the task of pinning a league
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Put El Cap on it

Posted: Monday, Dec 15th, 2014
LAKESIDE -- For better or worse, all good things must come to an end. It's a reality of life that's never easy to accept, especially not when it takes hold sooner than expected. The Paso Robles High varsity football team learned that lesson on Saturday night, as the Bearcats saw their unbelievable season come to an end at the hands
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Mustangs fall short in Fresno

Posted: Monday, Dec 15th, 2014
FRESNO -- The Cal Poly men's basketball team gave Fresno State all it could handle on Saturday night, but the Mustangs were unable to dig out of a first-half hole in a 63-57 loss to the Bulldogs.Cal Poly entered the game still searching for its first road win of the season, while Fresno State was looking to bounce back from
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NCAA responds to heated amateurism debate

Posted: Monday, Dec 15th, 2014
SAN LUIS OBISPO -- The National Collegiate Athletic Association has been the target of some heated discussions concerning the unpaid status of players within an organization and industry approaching $1 billion in annual revenues, and with coaches making millions of dollars per year. It is no surprise that the NCAA is making some changes, and one of those changes includes
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Bearcats bound for San Diego

Modified: Thursday, Dec 11th, 2014
PASO ROBLES -- The Bearcats have already knocked two major goals off their to-do list for the 2014 season. Paso Robles High football became the first team since 1974 to start a season 9-0, which led the Bearcats to finish the regular season with a PAC-5 championship. While the league title is shared with two rivals, there's no asterisk necessary
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Baker's dozen of Bearcats earn all-league honors

Modified: Thursday, Dec 11th, 2014
PASO ROBLES - Though the season isn't over for Paso Robles High just yet, the PAC-5 has announced its all-league selections for the 2014 football season. It comes as no surprise that Paso dominated the all-league honors, as the Bearcats tore through their schedule en route to the CIF Southern Section Northern Division title. A critical piece of Paso's championship
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Bearcats can't be beat

Posted: Monday, Dec 8th, 2014
PASO ROBLES -- While rain fell and soothed the drought-stricken Central Coast soil on Friday night, another dry spell was coming to an end in Paso Robles. For the first time since 2000, the Paso Robles High Bearcats are CIF football champions after finishing off Newbury Park in the CIF Southern Section Northern Division title game. The Bearcats survived a
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Nipomo wins first-ever CIF championship

Posted: Monday, Dec 8th, 2014
NIPOMO -- The Paso Robles Bearcats aren't the only CIF football champions on the Central Coast this year. One night after Paso clinched its first CIF title since 2000, the Nipomo High Titans defeated Arrowhead Christian in a thriller to win the school's first-ever CIF championship. Nipomo High School has only existed since 2002, and the Titans made their first
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Mustangs halt two-game slide with win

Posted: Monday, Dec 8th, 2014
SAN LUIS OBISPO -- After heading home from a challenging two-game road swing with nothing to show, the Cal Poly men's basketball team got back to its winning ways with a romp of Menlo College at the Mott Athletics Center. The Mustangs rode a 41-17 halftime lead to the finish to dispatch the Oaks on Saturday night by a final
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Boise State claims Mountain West crown

Posted: Monday, Dec 8th, 2014
BOISE -- It wasn't always pretty, but the Boise State Broncos did enough to secure their eighth win in a row with a 28-14 takedown of rival Fresno State in the Mountain West championship game on Saturday night. The conference title bout featured two local football alums in Boise's Tyler Gray and Fresno's Bo Bonnheim. Though he didn't get the
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Paso climbs the CIF mountain once more

Posted: Monday, Dec 8th, 2014
As Paso Robles High basks in the glory of its first CIF football championship in over a decade, it's only appropriate to look back on the last time the Bearcats played for all the marbles. It was the Year 2000, and the world was finally okay with the fact that Y2K was nothing more than a field day for technophobic
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