Saturday, May 8
La Mirada 3, La Habra 1
Alyssa Gutierrez (11-3) pitched a one-hitter with eight strikeouts and Lacy Tyler went three for three with a home run, a triple, two runs scored and two RBIs for host La Mirada (23-4).
La Mirada 5, Saddleback Valley Christian 0
Lacy Tyler (11-1) pitched a no-hitter with nine strikeouts and Charlotte Hume tripled in the second inning to score the first two runs for La Mirada (22-4). Saddleback Christian is 16-4-1.
Alemany 1, La Reina 0
Miranda Ponce hit a RBI-single in the sixth inning to score Sarah Garcia for visiting Alemany. La Reina is 15-5-1.
La Reina 1, Paraclete 0
All-tournament player freshman Brianna Jorgensbord hit a one-out RBI single in the bottom of the seventh inning and all-tournament player shortstop sophomore Ashlee Thompson went two for three and made two crucial defensive plays in the seventh inning to lift host La Reina. All-tournament player sophomore Vicky Brown pitched 10 strikeouts with one walk, breaking the single season record for La Reina with 158 total strikeouts. La Reina designated hitter freshman Gemma Ypparila went six for 12 in the tournament, making the all-tournament team. Paraclete is 12-10.
La Salle 6, Lancaster Desert Christian 0
Senior Jenny Belak (6-1) pitched a one-hitter with 11 strikeouts in six inning for host La Salle (20-5). Lancaster Desert Christian is 16-3.
Alemany 3, L.A. Baptist 2
Paraclete 5, L.A. Baptist 4
La Salle 8, Rosemead 0 (5 innings, time)
Senior Kathleen Salvo (15-4) pitched a two-hitter with eight strikeouts in five innings and went three for four with a triple and Jenny Belak went two for four with three RBIs for host La Salle (21-5). Rosemead is 11-10.
La Salle 8, Rosemead 0
Oak Park 9, Lancaster Desert Christian 0
Junior Marlena Green (11-6) pitched a one-hitter and went three for three with a double, one RBI and two runs scored for host Oak Park (13-8). Lancaster Desert Christian is 16-4.
Rosemead 3, Oak Park 2 (8 innings)
Junior Dani Abrams went three for four with a double and one RBI and senior Kim Columbia went two for three with a double and one RBI for host Oak Park. Rosemead is 11-9.
Littlerock 1, Carpinteria 0 (8 innings)
St. Bonaventure 4, Bishop Diego 0
Littlerock 4, St. Bonaventure 0
Carpinteria 10, Bishop Diego 1
Rosemead 3, Oak Park 2 (8 innings)
La Salle 6, Lancaster Desert Christian 0
Oak Park 10, Lancaster Desert Christian 0 (5 innings)
Newbury Park 3, Lakewood 2
Jessie Turley went two for three with a double, a triple and a run scored and Lindsay Cunnigham had one hit, a stolen base and scored the go-ahead run on a throwing error off a ground ball for Newbury Park (14-10). Whitney Born of Newbury Park was the MVP of the tournament by going 8-14 with a grand slam, three doubles and eight RBIs.
Newbury Park 3, Hoover 1 ( 6 innings)
Tiffany Curtis (5-5) threw a three-hitter with 11 strikeouts and one walk, Corey Welsh went one-for-two with an RBI and Lindsay Cunningham went two-for-two with a walk, stolen base, a run scored and an RBI for Newbury Park.
Mater Dei 5, Riverside Poly 2
Kristen Pocock of second-ranked Mater Dei continued her assault on opposing pitchers, and Saturday at the Thousand Oaks tournament, she took aim at Mindy Cowles.
The result was a 5-2 victory over ninth-ranked Riverside Poly, the tournament title, and a most valuable player award for Pocock, a junior catcher batting .432. She had two hits and a run batted in against Cowles, and was aided by Lauren Greer, who had two hits, including a double and triple, two RBIs and a run.
Mater Dei (23-3-2) seized control of the game in the first inning, scoring three runs.
"That put us behind the eight ball," said Riverside Poly Coach Eddie Jones, whose team was playing Mater Dei for the first time.
"Mindy ran out of gas about the sixth inning of the Rosary game.
Cowles expended herself in the sixth inning of a 3-2 win over Rosary in the semifinal, pitching out of a bases-loaded situation with one out.
Riverside Poly is 19-5.Britni Rodriguez (11-2) pitched a three-hitter for Mater Dei.
Third place game
Rosary 9, Hart 3 (5 innings)
Tied at 1-1, Rosary (20-8) scored four runs in the third inning. Katie Chifcian had a two-run single, losing pitcher Robyn Kontra intentionally walked Kaitlin Cochran with two outs to load the bases, and Katie Chifcian hit a two-run single. Taylor Peyton and Alicia De La Rosa followed with RBI singles.
Rosary got 12 hits, all singles, against Kontra. Alicia De La Rosa led Rosary's offense, going three-for-three with two RBIs and one run scored.
Caitlin Stiglich and Briana Bernardi hit back-to-back home runs to cut Hart's deficit to 5-3.
Peyton (13-4), a sophomore, gave up eight hits and struck out two.
Mater Dei 5, Hart 1
All-tournament player junior Briana Santos (9-1) pitched a four-hitter with three strikeouts in five innings, and went one for three at the plate.
Allie Aleman added to the Monarchs' offense, going two for three with a double and a run, while Kristen Pocock went two for three with double for fourth-ranked Mater Dei.
No. 25 Hart is 14-10-1.
Riveside Poly 3, Rosary 2
Mindy Cowles pitched a five-hitter, but escaped a sixth-inning jam that sent the Bears to the title game.
Rosary got three walks against Cowles in the sixth, and couldn't score. The Royals also got a leadoff triple by Kaitlin Cochran in the second inning, but stranded her.
Freshman Maryanne Cronin (7-4), who allowed seven hits and one earned run, took the loss.
Nikki Packwood had two hits and two RBIs for Riverside Poly, and Sammi Parks added an RBI single. Morgan Stuart also had two hits.
Rosary scored both its runs in the third inning as Katie Chifcian singled, scored on an RBI double by Taylor Peyton, and Jill Schaefer followed with an RBI single.
El Modena 4, Westlake 3
Dana Crucil hit a three-run home run in the first inning tolift visiting No. 22 El Modena. Monica Gonzales went three for four andMegan Shie went two for four with one double for Westlake (13-11).
Westlake 1, Valencia 0
Senior Michelle Rehm pitched a three-hitter and Ava Amini hit an infieldbase-hit to score Dana Irshay in the third inning for visiting Westlake. No. 16 Valencia is 20-6.
Valencia 2, Thousand Oaks 0
Roni La Val went one for three with a triple, Torrie Anderson went one for three with a double and Sarah Mueller went one for three with two RBIs for No. 16 Valencia. Courtney Baughman (7-1) pitched 5 1/3 innings, allowed four hits and struck out five for Vikings.
Thousand Oaks 2, El Modena 1
Camarillo 2, Los Alamitos 0
Kelly McGregor (3-3) threw a seven-hitter and Melanie Douglas went one for three with a run scored and an RBI to lead Camarillo (18-7) past Los Alamitos (14-9).
Camarillo 4, Royal 2 (9 innings)
Lindsey Bean (8-1) threw a four-hitter with 10 strikeouts, Lauren Erb singled in the go-ahead run and Melanie Douglas stole home in the ninth inning to lead Camarillo.
Los Alamitos 3, Righetti 0
Righetti 5, Long Beach Millikan 1 (10 innings)
Junioir Jenna Maiden pitched a one-hitter with 16 strikeouts for visiting Righetti.
Righetti 5, Royal 3
Sophomore Tabitha Taylor hit a three-run home run in the fifth inning and sophomore Kelsey Anderson hit a two-run home run in the fourth inning to lift visiting Righetti (22-7).
Cajon 5, El Camino Real 3
Long Beach Millikan 1, Village Christian 0
El Camino Real 8, Village Christian 2
Viewpoint 6, Avalon 2
Junior catcher Hayley Bock had a two-run double in the first inning, was walked intentionally three times and scored two runs and sophomore Michelle Macias (9-1) pitched a complete game six-hitter with one earned run and went two for three with two runs scored to clinch the Liberty League championship for host Viewpoint (16-3, 8-0). Avalon is 7-3 in league.
Friday, May 7
Oxford Academy 18, Capistrano Valley Christian 0 ( 5 innings)
Melissa Porche (17-4) threw a one-hitter with 10 strikeouts to lead visiting Oxford Academy (19-4, 8-0) past Capistrano Valley Christian (3-5, 7-8).
Cerritos Valley Christian 10, Brentwood 0 (5 innings)
Junior Stacey Lyon went three for four with three runs scored and six RBIs, including two two-run home runs, and sophomore Melissa Dykema (7-3) pitched a no-hitter with 12 strikeouts and went three for three to help visiting Cerritos Valley Christian (18-4, 7-0) clinch the Alpha League title.
Campbell Hall 10, Grace Brethren 1
Mallory Perryman was three for four, including a double, with three RBIs, Lindsay Shaw was two for four, including a double, with three RBIs, Deanna Ingram was two for four with two RBIs, and sophomore right-hander Katie Kerr (14-1) threw a four-hitter with no earned runs for host Campbell Hall (17-2, 7-0). Grace Brethren is 4-3 in league.
Saddleback Valley Christian 13, Pioneer Baptist 1 (5 innings)
Alissa Sharp hit a home run for host Saddleback Valley Christian (17-3-1, 11-0), which won the Express League championship. Pioneer Baptist is 3-10, 2-8.
Oaks Christian 19, Malibu 1
Ashlee Veilleux (12-0) had seven strikouts over four innings and went three for five including a double and a grand slam, Amber Peterson went four for five including a triple and had three RBIs, Errin Sakakini went four for five including a double and two RBIs and Julia Humphries went three for three including a double and three RBIs to lead host Oaks Christian (25-1, 10-0). The Lions will put their one-loss record on the line in a double header versus No. 12 Carson tomorrow. Malibu is 8-12, 4-8.
GOLDEN WEST LEAGUE
Costa Mesa 20, Estancia 2
Danielle Morton went three for four with two RBIs and Jane Yamamoto went three for five with three RBIs for Costa Mesa (8-15, 4-6). Estancia is 3-7 in league.
Santa Ana 3, Ocean View 0
Santa Ana moved into first place with the victory and can win its first league title since 1987 with victories in its final two games next week. Mallory Marquez threw a two-hitter with six strikeouts and had two hits for the Saints (16-3-1, 8-2). Ocean View fell to 10-9, 8-3.
Canyon Springs 16, Arlington 0
Junior Ashley Weissenbach (1-0) threw a six-hitter with five strikeouts in her first career start, Shaunice Harris went two for three with a double and two RBIs and Nicole Lee went two for five with an RBI to lead visiting No. 21 Canyon Springs (20-4, 12-1). Kim Rendler went three for five with two RBIs and two stolen bases for the Cougars. Vanessa Mendez went two for four and Valerie Garcia and Krista Aja each went two for three for Arlington (1-12 in league).
Riverside Poly 10, Riverside North 0
Mindy Cowles (12-3) struck out four over four ininings and went two for three with a home run and Chelsea Arellano went three innings with four stirkeouts to lead visiting No. 9-ranked Riverside Poly (18-4, 11-2), which is tied with No. 21 Canyon Springs, the Bears' final opponent on May 13th, in league with two games to play. Riverside North is 2-10, 5-18.
Viewpoint 8, Avalon 6
Hayley Bock had a two-run home run and a run-scoring triple for Viewpoint (15-3, 7-0). Bock also scored three runs. Avalon is 7-2 in league.
Alemany 2, Sherman Oaks Notre Dame 0
Host Alemany (9-10, 4-3) scored two unearned runs in the second inning and Jen Day (8-9) pitched a complete game with five strikeouts.
Arroyo 12, Mountain View O (5 innings)
Franchesca Gonzales had two home runs, six RBIs and three runs scored and Breanna Lopez was three for three with three runs scored and two stolen bases for host Arroyo (16-2, 8-0). Mountain View is 9-9, 4-4.
Chaminade 6, Louisville 2
Brianna Barth (16-5) pitched a complete game with seven strikeouts and drove in three runs for visiting Chaminade (18-6-1, 8-0).
Harvard-Westlake 1, Flintridge Sacred Heart 0
Elisabeth Smith had a run-scoring single and Kristen Gallant (9-2) struck out five while recording her sixth shutout for host Harvard-Westlake (16-9, 5-3). Flintridge Sacred Heart is 2-6 in league.
MT. BALDY LEAGUE
Diamond Ranch 10, Ontario 0
Junior Amanda Kimczak (18-2, 10-1) and sophomore Sabrina Garcia combined to pitch a no-hit shutout for visiting No. 17 Diamond Ranch (20-2, 12-1). Klimczak struck out every batter in the first three innings and went two for three with a double and one RBI, while Garcia had six strikeouts and two walks for the save. Also for the Panthers, junior Katie Wheeler went two for two with two RBIs and sophomore Ashely Munoz went two for four with a triple and one RBI.
Don Lugo 8, Montclair 0
Sophomore Brittany Martinez (11-2) pitched a two-hit shutout with four strikeouts and three walks for host No. 10 Don Lugo (21-3, 12-1). On offense, junior Crystal Carwile went three for four with one run scored and four RBIs, including a two-run home run in the first inning, senior Christina Guillen went two for four with two runs scored and two doubles and senior Vanessa Briones went two for four with one run scored and one RBI to lift the Conquistadores.
MOUNTAIN VIEW LEAGUE
Norco 1, Corona Santiago 0
Senior Daniela Urincho (18-4) drove in freshman Nicole Angene with a two-out single in the bottom of the fifth inning and pitched a three-hitter with 11 strikeouts to lift host No. 3 Norco (20-4, 10-3). Angene had a one-out double that was followed by a walk, a strikeout and then Urincho's single. Norco, which is ranked No. 19 nationally, has won two out of four games against No. 1 Corona Santiago (21-2, 12-1), which is ranked third nationally. Senior Taryne Mowatt threw a four-hitter with nine strikeouts for Corona Santiago.
Village Christian 3, Maranatha 1 (8 innings)
Amy Servillo's two-run double in the top of the eighth snapped a 1-1 tie. Laura Stone gave Village Christian (16-7, 6-0) a 1-0 lead on a squeeze bunt that drove in Jaclyn Duree in the fourth inning.
First Lutheran 14, Skyward 2
Adri Aguirre (10-2) of host First Lutheran allowed two hits, struck out one and walked two in the game at First Lutheran that was called after five innings because of the 10-run rule. Aguirre had three hits, including a solo home run in the second inning that gave First Lutheran a 9-2 lead. Roxy Brambila hit a two-run home run for First Lutheran (14-2, 8-0) two batters after Aguirre's solo shot. Skyward is 4-3 in league.
Righetti 5, Atascadero 0
Carisa Segura (8-4) pitched a three-hitter with 10 strikeouts to record her fifth shutout and drove in three runs for visiting Righetti (20-6, 9-2). Segura had a two-run double and a run-scoring single. Tabitha Taylor had a run-scoring double.
PACIFIC VIEW LEAGUE
Camarillo 7, Channel Islands 0
Kelly McGregor and Lindsey Dean combined on a one-hitter, and Melanie Douglas had a two-run double for visiting Camarillo (16-7, 8-0). McGregor (2-3) had six strikeouts in four innings. Dean pitched three perfect innings, striking out five. Lynsey LaRocca had a two-run single.
Pasadena Poly 3, Rio Hondo Prep 0
Mackenzie Smith (15-4) threw a one-hitter with 11 strikeouts to lead host Pasadena Poly (15-4, 11-0), which clinched the Prep League Title with the win over Rio Hondo Prep (11-8, 5-7).
Rosary 6, Bishop Amat 0
Rosary lost to Bishop Amat the last time they played, 14-3, but the 14th-ranked Royals wasted no time in avenging that Serra League loss on Friday. Nicole Churnock led off the first inning with a triple, and Rosary (19-7, 6-1) went on to score four runs. Churnock was singled home by Katie Chifcian, who was tripled home by Kaitlin Cochran, who was singled home by winning pitcher Taylor Peyton, who was four-for-four with two RBIs. Peyton scored on Alicia De La Rosa's single.
"That's our atonement game," said Rosary Coach Tom Tice.
Peyton (12-4) allowed five hits and struck out two. She also had two RBIs against Bishop Amat (17-7, 4-3). Rosary plays No. 4 Santa Ana Mater Dei on Thursday for the league title.
Chino Hills 4, Chino 2
Jaime Clark was two for three, including a double, with three RBIs, Brandi Scoggins was three for four with an RBI, and Carissa Bronson (11-7) picked up the win for visiting Chino Hills (15-8, 6-7). Chino is 3-10 in league.
Diamond Bar 7, Ayala 2
Meghan Booth went two for two with two RBIs for No. 8 Diamond Bar (20-4, 11-2), which clinched the league title with the victory. Ayala is 13-9, 8-5.
SOUTH COAST LEAGUE
Trabuco Hills 1, El Toro 0
Liz Vega (6-6) struck out five in her first no-hitter and Rebecca Schultz knocked in Sam McGee on a first-inning single for host Trabuco Hills (11-13, 2-6). El Toro is 17-6, 6-2.
La Mirada 10, Artesia 0 (5 innings)
Alexi Trujillo went three for four including a triple, had three runs scored and an RBI and Lacy Tyler and Sharla Hume each had a triple to lead visiting La Mirada (21-4, 11-0) over Artesia (2-9 league).
Beverly Hills 16-14, Windward 6-2, first game 6 innings, second game 5 innings
Junior right-hander P-Ann Burgos (6-2) threw a no-hitter for host Beverly Hills (14-8) in the first game. Teammate Jade Sherman had a three run home run in the third inning and an RBI single in the second game.
St. Monica 8, Crossroads 1
Adriana Villa went four for four with three runs scored, Melissa Gutierrez went three for four with three runs scored, Amber Angel went one for three with one run scored and Alex Pegnato went one for three with one run scored and a two-run home run in the second inning for visiting St. Monica (19-6).
Thursday, May 6
Montebello 2, San Gabriel 1 (15 innings)
Samantha Montiel had an RBI double in the top of the 15th inning to score Wendy Acosta for the winning run to lift visiting Montebello (10-10, 8-0). San Gabriel is 6-6, 6-2.
Whittier Christian 10, Downey Calvary Chapel 0 (5 innings)
Carly Goodman (7-8) threw a three-hitter with three strikeouts and one walk and went two for three with a double, a run scored and an RBI and Caryn Benke went three for four with a double, two runs scored, a stolen base and two RBIs for visiting Whittier Christian (7-8-1, 4-2).
CAMINO REAL LEAGUE
Cantwell Sacred Heart 7, St. Monica 1
Sireena Rubalcava went two for three, including a home run and two runs scored, for host Cantwell Sacred Heart (10-8, 3-3). Cynthia Duarte and Amanda Ybarra each went two for three. Anne Mureau went two for three with an RBI, Adrianna Villa went three for four with a run scored and Amber Angel went one for three for visiting St. Monica (18-6, 5-1).
Gardena Serra 25, St. Bernard 9
Brittney Mathieu went five for seven with a home run and five RBIs for visiting Gardena Serra (10-10, 5-1).
Anaheim Canyon 7, Brea Olinda 2 (10 innings)
Lisa Geer retired the final 19 batters and finished with 12 strikeouts to pick up the win in relief and Megan Bush came off the bench to score the tying run in the seventh and the go-ahead run in the 10th for Canyon (19-7, 7-1), which rebounded from a 2-0 deficit in the seventh. Heather Sletvett was three for four, including a bases-loaded triple in the 10th for the Comanches. Brea Olinda is 9-12, 3-5.
El Dorado 12, Tustin 0 (5 innings)
K.C. Craddick went two for three with four RBIs to lead host El Dorado (15-6, 5-3), ranked No. 20 by the Times. Amanda Watkins (3-1) pitched a perfect game with six strikeouts for the Golden Hawks. Tustin is 12-13, 3-5.
El Modena 6, Villa Park 4
Dana Crucil (11-6) threw a seven-hitter with nine strikeouts and went two for four with two RBIs and Ariana Munoz went two for four with an RBI to lead host No. 22 El Modena (17-8, 6-2) past Villa Park (0-8 in league).
CITRUS BELT LEAGUE
Fontana 9, Miller 2
Gabby Smith (19-2) pitched five innings, allowed two hits and struck out six and went three for four with an RBI, Shandra Mogan went three for five with two runs scored and Amanda Rivera went two for three with three RBIs for visiting Fontana (21-4, 13-0). Brittnay Yniguez went two for four with two RBIs for the Steelers. Miller drops to 1-12 in league.
DEL REY LEAGUE
St. Paul 11, Mary Star 4
Michelle Morlet went two for four with two triples and Jennifer Salas went four for four with one RBI to lead visiting St. Paul (19-4-1, 6-0).
La Palma Kennedy 2, Orange Lutheran 0
Danielle Metzger went two for three with two RBIs, Jennifer Frazier went two for three with a run scored and Brooke Turner (13-9) threw a two-hitter with 12 strikeouts to lead host La Palma Kennedy (13-10, 7-1) past Orange Lutheran (11-15, 4-4).
Hart 4, Canyon Country Canyon 0
Robyn Kontra (14-7) pitched a two-hitter, striking out five and walking one, and Erin Lewis had a triple in her first varsity at-bat to lead host No. 25 Hart (14-9-1, 6-2).
Sunny Hills 2, La Habra 0
Amanda Gabriel went two for three with two RBIs and Julie Brechtel also went two for three and scored both runs for host Sunny Hills (15-8, 6-2). La Habra is 13-11, 5-3.
GARDEN GROVE LEAGUE
Garden Grove Pacifica 13, Garden Grove Santiago 0 ( 5innings)
Camille Hundley (5-0) threw a no-hitter with nine strikeouts and went three for four with a home run and two RBIs, Noelle Micka had a home run and Monica Harrison went two for two with a home run and three RBIs for visiting No. 2 Garden Grove Pacifica (25-2, 11-0). Wendy Mayrhofer also had a home run for the Mariners, which clinched the Garden Grove League Title with the victory over Garden Grove Santiago (11-8, 4-6).
Rancho Alamitos 10, Los Amigos 0 (5 innings)
Bernice Masaniai was two for three with a double, a triple and five runs batted in for Rancho Alamitos (17-5, 8-3).
Highland 7, Palmdale 5
Stephanie Sanchez had a two-run single for host Highland (16-4, 7-1).
Sacred Heart of Jesus 10, St. Genevieve 0 (5 innings)
Sarah Cabrera (8-3) pitched a one-hitter and struck out seven for host Sacred Heart of Jesus (6-3 league). St. Genevieve drops to 0-7 in league.
San Gabriel Mission 27, Bishop Conaty 3
Melanie Chandler was five for five and Rose Marino was four for five with three runs scored for San Gabriel Mission (6-2 in league). Elise Contreras added two hits and four runs scored.
Agoura 7, Calabasas 0
Michelle Smith went two for two and hit a solo home run in the first inning and a three-run home run in the third to finish with four RBIs for host Agoura (11-11-1, 5-6). Kelly Mead went three for four with two doubles for the Chargers.
Westlake 2, Newbury Park 1
Megan Shie went two for three with two RBIs to lead host Westlake (12-10, 6-6). Newbury Park is 5-7 in league.
Thousand Oaks 3, Simi Valley 0
Upland Christian 16, La Verne Lutheran 4 (5 innings)
Nikki Reyes went two for two with a home run and four RBIs and Nicole Grodeland went three for three with a double, a home run and four RBIs to lead host Upland Christian (9-8, 4-3).
Hacienda Heights Wilson 17, Garey 0 (5 innings)
Kristina Benavidez hit a home run and had a triple and five runs batted in to lead Wilson (12-10, 4-6).
Los Altos 5, Charter Oak 4 (9 innings)
Sophia Orozco singled in the go-ahead run in the top of the ninth inning, Shannon McKain went four for five with a home run and three runs scored and Elizabeth Torres (7-4) threw a five-hitter with five strikeouts to lead visiting Los Altos (13-9, 6-4) past Charter Oak (7-3 in league).
La Puente 11, Gladstone 0 (5 innings)
Desiree Biolley (16-3) threw a no-hitter with eight strikeouts and Erin Fonseca went three for three with one RBI and scored two runs for host La Puente. Biolley has allowed just three hits in the last four games for the Warriors (16-3, 10-1). Gladstone is 8-7, 6-4 in league.
Savanna 10, Santa Ana Valley 0 (5 innings)
Karina Rivera tossed her second no-hitter of the week for Savanna (19-5, 7-1), and Heather Mills was four for four with two runs scored. Santa Ana Valley is 7-12, 4-4.
Western 12, Magnolia 0 (5 innings)
Jennifer McElroy tossed a no-hitter and struck out 11 and drove in seven runs with four hits, including a pair of home runs, for Western (13-8, 7-1). Graciela Rojas was two for three with two runs batted in. Magnolia is 1-7 in league.
Crescenta Valley 12, Hoover 0 ( 5 innings)
Emily Hanson went two for three with two runs scored and an RBI and Jeanine Deno went two for three with a home run, two runs scored and three RBIs to lead host Crescenta Valley (20-5, 8-0) past Hoover (10-8, 6-2).
Glendale 25, Muir 1 (5 innings)
Audrey Andrade (2-0) pitched a one-hitter with 10 strikeouts and had three triples and five RBIs for visiting Glendale (11-9, 5-3). Heather Brusokos had four hits and four RBIs for the Nitros, who scored 11 runs in the first inning. Muir committed seven errors and allowed 27 hits.
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE
Corona del Mar 10, Laguna Beach 0 (5 innings)
Holly Van Hiel tossed a no-hitter with six strikeouts and Allie Duernberger went three for four with three runs batted in, two runs scored and a triple to run her hitting streak to nine games for Corona del Mar (13-8, 3-5). Jackie Manning was three for three for Corona del Mar.
Tesoro 2, Santa Ana Calvary Chapel 0
Nicole Aaronson (15-4) threw a three-hitter with two strikeouts, Dani Manko went two for three with a double and two RBIs and Nicole Eggold went two for two with a run scored for visiting Tesoro (19-7, 8-0).
Beverly Hills 12, Leuzinger 8
Erin Thorpe went three for four with three RBIs and Allison Aptaker went three for three with three RBIs to lead host Beverly Hills (12-8, 8-4). Leuzinger is 7-5 in league.
Westridge 11, Mayfield 0
Laurie Chew went two for five with two runs scored, Selena Mone went three for three with two RBIs, and Lauren Corradini hit a three-run home run in the third inning for visiting Westridge (12-4-1, 8-2). Mayfield is 6-11, 2-8.
RIO HONDO LEAGUE
Monrovia 13, Temple City 2
Shannon Gholar went three for four with two RBIs and Brittany Bateson (9-0) allowed one hit in five innings to get the win for visiting Monrovia (17-2, 9-1), which clinched its first-ever league championship. Temple City drops to 2-15-1, 0-10-1.
SEA VIEW LEAGUE
Aliso Niguel 2, Foothill 0
Kelly McDonald threw a two-hitter with five strikeouts and Christine Kulick added a triple for Aliso Niguel (15-9, 4-4).
Laguna Hills 3, Woodbridge 1
Rosey Neill had two hits and scored two runs and Caylinn Wallace drove in the game-winning run to lead No. 19 Laguna Hills (21-6, 6-2) over No. 18 Woodbridge (15-9, 7-1). Sam Hamner struck out nine to earn her 19th win of the season.
King 5, Kaiser 2
Holly Gutterud and Anna Beardman each went two for four with one RBI and Lindsey Horta (15-5) pitched a four-hitter and struck out eight for host King (18-5, 12-1). Kaiser is 17-3, 10-3.
Esperanza 12, Edison 2
Ryan Rosenbaum was five for five with three runs scored for Esperanza (12-9-1, 6-2). Edison is 12-9, 2-6.
Marina 2, Fountain Valley 1
Crystal Heinle struck out 15 and hit the game-winning home run in the third inning for Marina (12-13, 4-4), which moved into a third-place tie with Fountain Valley.
Marymount 4, Notre Dame Academy 1
Megan Tryon pitched a three-hitter with three strikeouts and no walks and went tow for four with one run scored, and Ashley Zieminski was two for three, inlcuding the go-ahead RBI single in the seventh inning, to lead visiting Marymount (9-6, 5-4). Alexa Tangalakis went two for two to get the only two hits for Notre Dame Academy (11-11, 6-4) and scored the Regals' only run on an error.
La Reina 11, Fillmore 0 (5 innings)
Vicky Brown (11-2) pitched a one-hitter with eight strikeouts to record her eighth shutout of the season for visiting La Reina (14-4-1, 8-0). Jennifer Littlejohn had a two-run single and a run-scoring double.
Oak Park 1, Carpinteria 0
Marlena Green (10-6) pitched a complete-game shutout with five strikeouts for host Oak Park (12-7, 6-2).
Dos Pueblos 7, Rio Mesa 0
Kimi Wong (23-1) pitched a two-hitter with 10 strikeouts to record her 14th shutout of the season for visiting Dos Pueblos (23-1-1, 10-0). Wong also hit a three-run home run and Megan Enyeart had a run-scoring double.
Wednesday, May 5
Brethren Christian 5, Sage Hill 1
Kim Kwan tripled in the fifth to drive in three runs and give Brethren Christian a 5-0 lead. Sage Hill is 6-12-1, 2-6.
Oxford Academy 10, St. Margaret's 0 (5 innings)
Oxford Academy is 18-4, 7-0. St. Margaret's is 2-13, 0-7.
Saddleback Valley Christian 10, Southlands Christian 0 (5 innings)
Katie Finley struck out 13 and allowed one hit in five innings for Saddleback Valley Christian (15-3-1, 9-0). Southland Christian is 10-5, 8-2.
Mira Costa 1, Peninsula 0
Darcy Pagnini had an RBI base hit in the bottom of the second inning to score Jayme Elliott and Kylene Kennedy (14-4) had eight strikeouts, allowing one hit and no walks over seven innings, for host Mira Costa (15-7, 10-1). Monica Alnes (11-7) allowed two hits over seven innings for Peninsula (12-10, 7-4).
GOLDEN WEST LEAGUE
Costa Mesa 1, Orange 0
Uyen Mai went two for three and Jackie Butler allowed two hits and struck out 10 for Costa Mesa (7-15, 3-6). Orange is 4-4 in league
Santa Ana 6, Estancia 0
Diana Quezada went two for four with three RBIs and stole three bases, and Mallory Marquez pitched a two-hitter, striking out seven, for Santa Ana (15-3-1, 7-2). Estancia is 6-12, 3-7.
Canyon Springs 9, Riveside North 0
Senior right-hander Jessica Aldoph (17-4) struck out eight in her second no-hitter this season and was three for four, including an RBI triple, with two runs scored for host Canyon Springs (19-4, 11-1), ranked No. 21 by The Times. Teammate Amanda Carver was three for four with two stolen bases and a run scored, and Holly Bussey and Ashley Weissenbach each went two for three with a double.
Riverside Poly 3, Moreno Valley 0
Mindy Cowles (11-3) pitched a two-hitter and Nikki Packwood's two-run double in the bottom of the sixth inning broke a scoreless tie for No. 9 Riverside Poly (17-4, 10-2). Moreno Valley is 10-13, 4-8.
Alemany 7, Harvard-Westlake 0
Right-hander Jen Day (7-9) struck out seven in a four-hitter and had a double, Laura Kratochvil had a two-run double, and Lindsey Eastman added another double for visiting Alemany (8-10, 3-3). Harvard-Westlake drops to 15-9, 4-3.
Chaminade 12, Sherman Oaks Notre Dame 3
Kim Weinstein went three for four with three RBIs, Brianna Barth went three for five with two RBIs and Kim Milkovich went three for four with an RBI for visiting Chaminade (17-6-1, 7-0). Veronica Barth (15-5) threw a five-hitter with three strikeouts for the Eagles. Notre Dame is 9-13, 3-4.
MISSION VALLEY LEAGUE
Arroyo 14, El Monte 0 (5 innings)
Sophomore Francesca Gonzales (2-0) had three hits, two RBIs, two runs scored and pitched a one-hitter with five strikeouts for first-place Arroyo (15-2, 7-0). Crystal Lizaola singled in the bottom of the fourth inning for El Monte (4-14, 0-7).
MOUNTAIN VIEW LEAGUE
Corona 5, Centennial 0
Junior right-hander Brittney Bargar (16-8) struck out seven in her fourth no-hitter this season and Brooke Frydendall was three for four with an RBI for visiting No. 6 Corona (17-8, 9-4). Corona Centennial is 8-13, 2-11.
Corona Santiago 10, La Sierra 0
Taryne Mowatt (18-1) pitched a no-hitter with 17 strikeouts and two walks and went four for four, including a double, with an RBI, Tiffany Wright went four for four, including a home run, and had two runs scored and two RBIs and Kelsey Bruder hit a two-run home run in the bottom of the first inning for host No. 1 Corona Santiago (22-1, 12-0), which clinched at least a tie for first in the Mountain View League.
Norco 4, Jurupa Valley 2
Sara Bird knocked in Ursula Lopez on a double in the sixth inning for the go-ahead run and right-hander Daniela Urincho (17-4) struck out nine in a two-hitter and was two for three for host Norco (19-4, 9-3), ranked No. 3 by The Times.
MT. BALDY LEAGUE
Don Lugo 7, Colony 0
Andria Padilla (10-1) pitched a one-hitter with eight strikeouts, Renee Ramos had three hits, two RBIs and one run scored, Vanessa Briones added two hits and two runs scored and Crystal Carwile hit a three-run home run for No. 10 Don Lugo (20-3, 11-1) at Colony.
First Lutheran 16, Ventura County Christian 1
Della Ametu had a three-run triple and an RBI double and right-hander Amanda Gordon (7-0) threw a three-hitter with one earned run for host First Lutheran (15-2, 7-0). Ventura County Christian is 0-6 in league.
Righetti 1, San Luis Obispo 0 (16 innings)
Jenna Maiden (12-1) pitched a 10-hitter with 20 strikeouts and Kelsey Anderson hit the game-winning home run to lead host Righetti (19-6, 8-2). Katie Burkhart threw a 12-hitter with 18 strikeouts for San Luis Obispo (19-2, 9-1).
RIO HONDO LEAGUE
South Pasadena 5, Temple City 3
South Pasadena is 2-7-1 in league. Temple City is 2-19-1, 0-9-1.
SOUTH COAST LEAGUE
El Toro 3, Dana Hills 0
Tanza Lewis tossed a four-hitter with five strikeouts and Stephanie Churchwell went two for three with a double, a triple, an RBI and a run scored for No. 5 El Toro (20-6, 6-1).
La Mirada 17, Glenn 1 (5 innings)
Charlotte Hume went three for three with a home run and three RBIs and Lacy Tyler led off the game with a home run for La Mirada. Tyler (10-1) and Alyssa Gutierrez combined to pitch a three-hitter for the Matadors (20-4, 10-0), who clinched at least a share of its fourth consecutive league championship.
VALLE VISTA LEAGUE
San Dimas 13, Pomona 0 (5 innings)
Courtney Conzo hit a home run and had three RBIs and Kelly Ince (9-2) pitched a one-hitter with five strikeouts for San Dimas (20-3, 13-0), which clinched its fifth consecutive league title.
Tuesday, May 4
Montebello 8, Alhambra 4
Stephanie Hernandez (7-4) threw a five-hitter with four strikeouts, Brittany Hernandez went one for one with three walks and three runs scored and Cessalie Guevara went one for three with a double and a run scored to lead host Montebello (9-10, 7-0) past Alhambra (1-6 in league).
Cerritos Valley Christian 6, Downey Calvary Chapel 0
Kristel Eddington was two for four for host Cerritos Valley Christian (17-4, 6-0).
Crossroads 9, Brentwood 0
Katie Bosshever struck out 15, allowing only one single and no walks over seven innings, Helen Gradstein had a double and a triple and Karen Fraggi hit a home run to lead host Crossroads (9-3, 4-2).
CAMINO REAL LEAGUE
Cantwell Sacred Heart 22, St. Bernard 2 (5innings)
Vanessa Carrasco led visiting Cantwell Sacred Heart (9-8, 2-3) with four runs scored and six RBIs. Bernie Andrade scored four runs and had four RBIs and Amanda Cardenas and Stephanie Garcia also contributed with three runs scored for the Cardinals. St. Bernard is 2-3 in league.
St. Monica 22, St. Mary's Academy 2 (5 innings)
Amber Angel went five for six, including two home runs, a triple and had four runs scored and six RBIs, and Amanda Belotto went three for three with three runs scored and four RBIs for visiting St. Monica (18-5, 5-0). Adriana Villa went four for four with four runs scored and three RBIs and Anne Mureau went three for three with three runs scored for St. Monica. St. Mary's is 1-4 in league.
Anaheim Canyon 17, Tustin 0 (5 innings)
Lisa Geer (11-2) pitched four innings, allowing two hits, and freshman Megan Bush went three for four with three RBIs for visiting No. 7 Anaheim Canyon (18-7, 6-1). Tusitin is 12-13, 3-4.
El Modena 2, El Dorado 1
Dana Crucil (10-5) pitched a four-hitter and went three for four for El Modena (16-8, 5-2), which should play Anaheim Canyon for the league title on May 11 at 4:30 p.m. Natasha Madjd went two for two with a walk, a triple and hit the go-ahead home run in the fourth inning for the Vanguards.
Ventura 1, Buena 0
Pomona Catholic 1, Western Christian 0
CITRUS BELT LEAGUE
Fontana 9, Eisenhower 3
Freshman Brittany Yniguez hit a three-run home run in the first inning, Amanda Rivera hit a two-run home run in a five-run second inning, and Gabby Smith (18-2) picked up the win for host Fontana (20-4, 12-0). Kim Waleszonia was two for three with two RBIs and Chandra Morgan was two for two with three stolen bases and three runs scored for Fontana. Eisenhower is 12-0 in league.
Campbell Hall 29, Scott Academy 1 (5 innings)
Katie Kerr (13-1) threw a one-hitter with seven strikeouts and went three for three with a double and Mallory Perryman went two for three with five runs scored to lead host Campbell Hall (16-2, 6-0) past Scott Academy (3-13, 0-6).
La Palma Kennedy 4, Loara 0
Brooke Turner (13-9) tossed seven innings and struck out seven, Danielle Metzger had a triple and two RBIs and Jennifer Becker went two for three with an RBI and a run scored to lead visiting La Palma Kennedy (13-10, 6-1) over Loara (6-1 league).
Orange Lutheran 9, Katella 2
Mandy Urfer went three for four with five RBIs and hit a grand slam in the third inning for Orange Lutheran (11-14, 4-3). Bri Moreno went four for four with one RBI and Stephanie Anderson (6-4) pitched a two-hitter with six strikeouts for the Lancers. Katella is 6-15, 1-6.
Valencia 1, Canyon Country Canyon 0
Whitney Lowe had an RBI single, scoring Nicole Matson in the top of the third inning, and Christina Ross threw a four-hitter with five strikeouts to lead visiting No. 16 Valencia (18-5, 6-1) over Canyon Country Canyon (2-5, 7-15).
Sunny Hills 20, Buena Park 1
Julie Brechtel went four for five, including a triple and three RBIs, and Amanda Gabriel had a double, triple and three RBIs to lead host Sunny Hills (14-8, 5-2) over Buena Park (3-14, 0-7).
Oaks Christian 9, Malibu 0
Taylor Schlopy was three for five, including a triple, with two RBIs, Courtney Lee was one for three, including her sixth home run of the season, with two RBIs, and Ashlee Velleux (11-0) struck out eight in a two-hitter for her third consecutive shutout for visiting Oaks Christian (24-1, 9-0). Schlopy's triple was her 12th this season and Errin Sakakini was two for three, including a double, with two runs scored. Malibu is 8-11, 4-7.
GARDEN GROVE LEAGUE
Garden Grove Pacifica 1, Garden Grove 0
Taylor Froelich had a groundout that scored Brittanie Sodal in the fourth inning to give Pacifica (24-2, 10-0) the victory. Brittany Weil (20-2) struck out 10 and Monica Harrison went three for three for the Mariners (24-2, 10-0), who clinched at least a share of the league title. Garden Grove is 19-2, 7-2.
Garden Grove Santiago 5, Bolsa Grande 1
Ashley Howard (11-7) pitched a one-hitter, allowed no earned runs and struck out 19 to lead host Garden Grove Santiago (12-7, 5-4).
Highland 11, Antelope Valley 1 (5 innings)
Shannon Doepking went three for three, including a double and two runs scored, Bridgett Morales went two for three with a double and a run scored and Stephanie Sanchez went two for four with a double and two runs scored for visiting Highland (14-4, 6-1).
New Roads 9, Rolling Hills Prep 5
Host Rolling Hills Prep drops to 4-2, 3-2.
San Gabriel Mission 17, Sacred Heart of Jesus 9
Senior Rose Marino went four for four with a double, a triple and four runs scored, junior Staci Aleman went four for five and freshmen Jackie Graziano scored four runs for San Gabriel Mission (7-7, 5-2).
Buckley 13, Windward 2
Joanna Soltman went two for two with two doubles, four stolen bases, three runs scored and an RBI and Beau Dunn went one for three with a home run, two runs scored and three RBIs to lead host Buckley (4-12, 2-6) past Windward (0-9 in league).
Moorpark 8, Westlake 5
Courtney Harrington and Liz Chacon had a pair of run-scoring singles for host Moorpark (14-9, 4-6). Megan Shie hit a two-run home run for Westlake.
Thousand Oaks 2, Newbury Park 1 (9 innings)
Genna Allen singled in Amy Pilkington for the winning run with two outs in the bottom of the ninth for host No. 15 Thousand Oaks (19-3, 10-1). Pilkington also had a run-scoring triple. Lindsay Cunningham hit a home run for Newbury Park (12-9, 5-6).
California Lutheran 14, Upland Christian 9
Brittany MacDonald hit a solo home run to lead visiting California Lutheran (4-1 in league). Jennifer Turner hit a solo homer and Nicole Grodeland went four for four with a two-run home run for pland Christian (9-8, 3-3).
Los Altos 6, Charter Oak 4
Elizabeth Torres (8-5) hit game-winning two-run home run in the bottom of the seventh to lead host Los Altos (12-9, 5-4) over Charter Oak (7-2 league). Torres was two for four with a triple and three RBIs and pitched all seven innings with five strikeouts for Los Altos.
Millikan 3, Long Beach Poly 1
Kara Harper went two for two with one RBI and pitched a four-hitter with eight strikeouts and no walks, and Tanya Woolley was two for three with one RBI and one run scored for host Millikan (15-8-1, 9-0-1).
La Puente 1, Workman 0 (9 innings)
Krystal Purcell hit the game-winning home run in the bottom of the ninth inning for host La Puente (15-3, 9-1). Desiree Biolley (15-3) struck out 14 in a one-hitter with no walks. Workman is 15-4, 8-1.
MT. BALDY LEAGUE
Diamond Ranch 6, Montclair 0
Amanda Klimczak (10-1 in league) pitched a no-hitter, striking out 16, and had one hit and one RBI and Jessica Espiniza went two for three with a triple, one RBI, and stole home plate to lead host No. 17 Diamond Ranch (19-2, 12-1).
Don Lugo 6, Chaffey 1
Lindsey Fritsch had a two-run double, Roxann Struble was two for four with a run scored, and Brittany Martinez (9-2) threw a four-hitter with six strikeouts for visiting Don Lugo (19-3, 10-1), ranked No. 10 by The Times.
First Lutheran 4-13, Skyward 2-3
Jackie Reed had a three-run triple and Roxy Brambila had a two-run triple in the second game for host First Lutheran (14-2, 6-0). Skyward is 4-2 in league.
Savanna 10, Magnolia 0 (5 innings)
Karina Rivera (15-5) pitched a no-hitter, her fourth this season, and Vivian Garcia and Heather Mills each hit a home run for host Savanna (15-5, 6-1). Magnolia is 4-16,
Crescenta Valley 7, Glendale 1
Jeanine Deno had a three-run double for visiting Crescenta Valley (19-5, 7-0).
Hoover 14, Pasadena 0 (5 innings)
Anna Schnitger (7-4) pitched five innings with nine strikeouts and allowed one hit, Michelle Summers had a double and three RBIs and Sara Campos added a triple to lead visiting Hoover (10-7, 6-1).
PACIFIC VIEW LEAGUE
Camarillo 9, Oxnard Pacifica 0
Melanie Douglas hit a two-run home run for host Camarillo (15-7, 7-0).
Pasadena Poly 15, Webb 0 (5 innings)
Winning pitcher Mackenzie Smith (14-4) hit a home run and had two RBIs, Alessandra Giampolo was four for five, including a home run and a double, with four RBIs and four runs scored, and Larkin Brogan was three for three with two RBIs and two runs scored for Pasadena Poly (14-4, 10-0). Webb is 3-10, 1-10.
Westridge 7, Rio Hondo Prep 6
Laurie Chew went two for four with two RBIs and Selena Mone went two for two with a double, a walk and a run scored to lead Westridge (11-4-1, 7-2). Courtney Corder went three for four with a double and a run scored for host Rio Hondo Prep (10-6, 3-4).
SEA VIEW LEAGUE
Foothill 2, Newport Harbor 0
Kelsey Ferguson (7-4) pitched a two-hitter with seven strikeouts and Brenda Jurado went one for two with an RBI for host Foothill (14-9-1, 5-2). Newport Harbor is 8-13-1, 1-6.
Laguna Hills 7, Irvine 0
Brittany Lastrapes had three hits, one run scored, two RBIs and two stolen bases and Sam Hamner had three hits and two runs scored and earned the win for visiting No. 19 Laguna Hills (20-6, 5-2). Irvine is 4-17, 0-7.
Woodbridge 4, Aliso Niguel 3
Woodbridge is 18-8, 7-0. Aliso Niguel is 3-4 in league.
Mater Dei 6, Santa Margarita 0
Britni Rodriguez (10-2) pitched six innings, allowing one hit, and struck out 13, including 10 of the first 11 batters, Tonye McCorkle went two for four with a home run, Katie Schroeder went two for three including a triple and two RBIs for host Mater Dei (20-3-2, 5-1), ranked No. 4 by The Times. Freshman Jennifer Johnson had a pinch-hit RBI double for the Monarchs. Santa Margarita is 7-15, 1-5.
Rosary 8, Lakewood St. Joseph 0
Katie Schifcian went two for three with three runs scored and two RBIs and Taylor Peyton (11-4) pitched a three-hitter with three strikeouts to lead host No. 14 Rosary (18-7, 5-1). Alicia deLaRosa was two for four with two RBIs for the Royals. St. Joseph is 0-6 in league.
Chino Hills 8, Chino 0
Carissa Bronson (10-7) pitched a two-hitter with three strikeouts and one walk, and Jamie Clark was two for four with four RBIs to lead host Chino Hills (14-8, 5-7). Jennifer Klinkert and Courtney Martinez each went three for four for Chino Hills. Chino is 3-9 in league.
Diamond Bar 7, Ayala 2
Meghan Booth hit a two-run home run and had a double and a single, Rachel Folden had two doubles, and Christine Navarro was two for three for host Diamond Bar (19-4, 8-2). Ayala is 13-9, 7-4.
Glendora 6, St. Lucy's 0
Nicole Berry (8-5) threw a two-hitter and went two for three, Christie Crowell went three for four, including a triple and three RBIs, and Brittany Pucci went three for four with three runs scored to lead visiting Glendora (13-9, 5-7). St. Lucy's is 5-7 in league.
King 10, Bloomington 2
Angela Turrey went two for four, including a three-run home run, MiaSarah Cesena went three for four with a double and an RBI and Anna Beardman went four for four with a double, an RBI and a stolen base to lead visiting King (18-5, 11-1) over Bloomington (10-11, 4-8).
Esperanza 1, Huntington Beach 0 (9 innings)
Rikkilynn Sausedo had an RBI triple in the top of the ninth inning to lead Esperanza (11-9-1, 5-2). Huntington Beach is 0-7 in league.
La Salle 8, Notre Dame Academy 1
Kathleen Salvo (13-4) threw a one-hitter with 13 strikeouts and went three for four with a double and three RBIs, Marianne Ward went two for four with a RBI double and Dyani Halpern went three for four to lead visiting La Salle (18-5, 9-0) past Notre Dame Academy (11-10, 6-3).
Ramona Convent 11, Marlborough 1 (5 innings)
Melissa Valdez hit a two-run home run in the fourth inning and Dominique Gonzalez (13-8) threw a three-hitter for host Ramona Convent (13-8, 5-5).
La Reina 2, St. Bonaventure 0
Sophomore left-hander Vicky Brown pitched a perfect game with 14 strikeouts and Brianna Jorgensbork had a run-scoring single for host La Reina (13-4-1, 7-0). St. Bonaventure is 10-7, 3-4.
Oak Park 4, Filmore 3 (8 innings)
Marlena Green singled in Michelle Tabon in the top of the eighth inning and Dani Abrams had a two-RBI double to lead visiting Oak Park (11-7, 5-2) over Filmore (8-10, 3-4).
VALLE VISTA LEAGUE
San Dimas 2, Covina 1 (8 innings)
Krystle Dolly drove in Jessica Ramos in the top of the eighth to win for visiting San Dimas (19-3, 12-0). Covina is 12-8, 9-3.
Bonita 3, Walnut 1
Monday, May 3
Whitney 9, Sage Hill 3
Allison Gonzalez went three for three with a double and two runs for Sage Hill (6-11-1, 2-5).
MOUNTAIN VIEW LEAGUE
Corona 1, Jurupa Valley 0 (20 innings)
Junior Sabrina Hernandez hit a single that scored sophomore Brooke Frydendall and junior Brittney Bargar (15-8) pitched a six-hitter with 23 strikeouts to lift visiting No. 6 Corona (16-8, 8-4). Junior Corey Williams pitched an eight-hitter with seven strikeouts for Jurupa Valley (10-9, 5-7).