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Chance’s Champs

Chance’s Champs: Heart of a Champion

Imagine winning a national championship, graduating from college, and undergoing open-heart surgery all within the span of two weeks. For Orcutt native Stevie Wisz, that journey was a reality.

Chance’s Champs: Sorceress of the Circle

Needing just one last strike to secure a CIF Central Section championship two weeks ago, the Templeton High School softball team turned to its best player to deliver, and she did. Texas A&M commit Ashley Daugherty struck out one last batter to secure the 3-2 victory and Division 3 title over Dinuba.

Chance’s Champs: Born to Ball

She’s got handles like Kyrie Irving. She’s got a shot like Steph Curry. And, she’s got the “mamba mentality” like Kobe Bryant. Tatiana Harness is just 11-years-old.

Chance’s Champs: Bearcats Bring It On

Stunt is a sport that may not get the love like some others, but don’t let it fool you, it’s as competitive as all the rest. There’s one program that has become the class of the sport on the Central Coast, Paso Robles High School.

Chance’s Champs: Living Under Par

There aren’t many sports where having the lowest score is actually desired, the most common exception is golf. For Arroyo Grande High School senior Owen Avrit, living under par has just become a way of life.

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