Saturday, May 15
Notre Dame Academy 4, Marymount 1
Ali Trudnich had a two-run ground-rule double in the top of the seventh inning to give Notre Dame Academy (13-12, 8-5) a 3-1 lead. Teammate Sarah Holdridge was two for four and drove in the fourth run, Jaclyn Ecker was four for four with two runs scored, and winning pitcher Taylor Tieman (11-11) struck out five in a four-hitter at Brentwood High. The game was played at the neutral site to break a four-way tie for second place in the league. Notre Dame Academy will proceed to CIF playoffs. The teams met twice earlier this season with Marymount (7-6 league) winning both the first game, 1-0, and the second, 8-1.
Friday, May 14
Cornerstone Christian 4, Villanova Prep 3
MISSION VALLEY LEAGUE
Arroyo 6, Rosemead 1
Monique Wuence pitched a one-hitter with 11 strikeouts to lead host Arroyo (18-2, 10-0) over Rosemead (12-11, 7-3).
Westridge 9, Webb 0
Laurie Chew (8-2) allowed two hits and had 11 strikeouts over seven innings and Chelsea Olsen went two for four including a double and had two RBIs for visiting Westridge (13-5-1, 9-3). Webb is 0-12 in league.
Thursday, May 13
Brethren Christian 4, St. Margaret's 0
Brethren Christian finishes 18-3-1, 9-1 and will share the league title with Oxford Academy. St. Margaret's finishes at 3-15,1-9.
Capistrano Valley Christian 7, Sage Hill 6
Angie Smith went three for three with a triple and three RBIs and Brittany Morris went two for three with three runs scored for visiting Capistrano Valley Christian (8-9, 4-6). Sage Hill is 6-14-1, 3-7.
Oxford Academy 6, Whitney 1
Melissa Porche had a double, a triple, three RBIs and two runs scored for Oxford Academy (20-5, 9-1), which clinched the league co-championship with Brethren Christian and will be the league's No. 1-seeded team in the Division V playoffs. Porche pitched a two-hitter with nine strikeouts in six innings. Megan Speer threw a perfect seventh with three strikeouts, and Ashley Matreon added a two-run home run in the fourth inning.
Schurr 10, San Gabriel 0 (6 innings)
Vanessa Montes De Oca went two for three with a triple and a home run and Crystal Mancillas went two for four with a triple and four RBIs for host Schurr (15-8, 8-2).
Brentwood 13, Downey Calvary Chapel 3 (6 innings)
Host Brentwood finishes at 4-15, 1-7. Downey Calvary Chapel is 1-7 in league.
Whittier Christian 8, Crossroads 0
Trina McGee went three for four with a double, two home runs and four RBIs and Amanda Digil went two for three with a double, a home run, a walk and two RBIs to lead visiting Whittier Christian (9-8-1, 6-2) past Crossroads (4-4 in league).
Mira Costa 4, El Segundo 2
Jayme Elliott was three for four with a double and two runs scored to lead visiting Mira Costa (17-7, 12-1) over El Segundo (17-7, 10-3).
CAMINO REAL LEAGUE
Gardena Serra 14, St. Mary's Academy 0 (5 innings)
Jennifer Nordof went three for four with three RBIs and Stephanie Ollqui went two for four with a three-run home run to lead visiting Gardena Serra (11-12, 6-2) past St. Mary's Academy (0-8 in league).
St. Monica 17, St. Bernard 0 (5 innings)
Amber Angel (12-2) pitched a one-hitter and struck out eight to lead host St. Monica (21-6, 7-1), which clinched the league title for the second consecutive year. Melissa Gutierrez went two for two with four RBIs and Megan Watson went two for three with two RBIs for the Mariners.
Anaheim Caynon 6, Villa Park 0
Lisa Geer (13-2) and Heather Slettvet combined on a one-hitter with six strikeouts apiece and each had three hits for visiting No. 5 Anaheim Canyon (21-7, 9-1), the league champion. Villa Park is 4-21, 0-10.
El Dorado 3, Brea 0
Amanda Watkins (5-1) pitched a three-hitter with one strikeout for El Dorado 1(17-6, 7-3), which tied for second place in league with El Modena. Brea is 10-13, 4-6.
Dos Pueblos 20, Santa Barbara 0 (5 innings)
Kimi Wong (25-1) struck out 11 while pitching her third no-hitter for host No. 17 Dos Pueblos (25-1-1, 12-0). Melissa Calvin added two doubles and seven RBIs.
Aquinas 5, Loma Linda Academy 1
Lauren Daniels (3-6) pitched a complete game and had eight strikeouts for Aquinas (4-15, 2-7) in its regular-season finale. Daniels had two doubles and four RBIs on the day. Loma Linda finishes 2-17 on the season.
CITRUS BELT LEAGUE
Fontana 6, Rialto 0
Gabby Smith (21-2) pitched a two-hitter and struck out seven to get her 12th shutout of the season for visiting Fontana (23-4, 15-0). Smith also went two for four, and Nikki Campbell and Brittney Yniguez each went two for three for the Steelers. Rialto is 7-8, 12-13.
DEL REY LEAGUE
St. Paul 19, St. Anthony 0 (5 innings)
Michelle Morlet pitched a two-hitter, striking out four, and had two hits to lead visiting St. Paul (23-4-1, 8-0).
Campbell Hall 6, Pasadena Marshall 3
Lindsay Shaw went three for four with three RBIs to lead visiting Campbell Hall (18-2, 8-0) to the league championship. Pasadena Marshall is 11-10, 6-2.
La Palma Kennedy 10 Katella 0 (6 innings)
Jennifer Frazier went three for four with three runs scored, Monique Owens had two hits, including a triple, and two RBIs, Elaina Nordstrom had two hits, including a double, and three RBIs and Jennifer Becker went three for four with a double two RBIs for host Kennedy (15-11, 8-2) finished second Katella (6-18, 1-9).
Hart 1, Burbank Burroughs 0
Mandy Sreden had the game-winning RBI single in the bottom of the seventh inning to score Ashley Zimmerman and win the game for host Hart (16-11-1, 8-2), which moved into a three-way tie with Saugus and Valencia for first place in the Foothill League. Robyn Kontra (16-9) pitched a one-hitter and struck out six for the Indians.
Saugus 1, Valencia 0
Kyla Sullivan (19-3) had five strikeouts and Victoria Kemp had a run-scoring single for visiting Saugus (20-5, 8-2). Christina Ross (13-6) struck out four for No. 13 Valencia (21-7, 8-2).
Sunny Hills 2, Troy 0
Oaks Christian 10, Santa Paula 0
Taylor Schlopy went two for three with three runs scored, three RBIs and two triples, which were her 14th and 15th on the year to set a new state record, Kaslin Tucker went three for four with a double, a run scored and an RBI and Tiffany Day went one for three with a home run and three RBIs to lead visiting Oaks Christian (29-1, 12-0) past Santa Paula (11-9, 5-7).
GARDEN GROVE LEAGUE
Garden Grove Santiago 7, Los Amigos 0
Kirsten Howard went two for three with a triple and Crystal DeLeon added a double for Santiago (6-6 in league). Los Amigos finishes 4-8 in league.
Westminster La Quinta 4, Bolsa Grande 3
Lisa Oh (2-15) pitched a six-hitter with three strikeouts and two walks for La Quinta (2-15, 1-11), which scored all four of its runs in the first inning. Vanessa Day scored on a two-out single by Marisol Perez to pull host Bolsa Grande (1-19, 1-11) within 4-3 in the seventh inning.
Quartz Hill 7, Palmdale 5
Kelsie Blankemeyer went two for two and hit a two-run home run in the second inning to lead host Quartz Hill (14-11, 7-3). Brooke Stix added a two-run home run in the fifth inning for the Rebels. Palmdale drops to 1-9 in league.
Riverside Poly 1, Canyon Springs 0
Sammi Parks singled in the game-winning run in the bottom of the sixth and Mindy Cowles (14-3) threw a three-hitter with 12 strikouts for host No. 8 Riverside Poly (22-4, 13-2), which clinched the league title with the win over No. 20 Canyon Springs.
Agoura 2, Moorpark 0
Kelly Mead and Michelle Smith each hit a home run, and Alyssa Neilson (11-10) allowed two hits to record her seventh shutout for visiting Agoura (13-12-1, 7-7).
Simi Valley 2, Newbury Park 0
Riverside Christian 13, Upland Christian 0 (5 innings)
Kyle Whyte of Riverside Christian (8-0 in league) was three for four against visiting Upland Christian (10-9, 4-4).
Bonita 5, Charter Oak 1
Bonita (17-9-1, 10-2) won the league title. Charter Oak finishes 15-12, 8-4 in league.
Alemany 1, Louisville 0
Jen Day (12-10) pitched her fifth shutout and had a run-scoring single in the fifth inning for host Alemany (13-11, 6-4).
La Puente 11, Sierra Vista 0 (6 innings)
Erin Fonseca had a triple, two home runs, three RBIs and scored three runs for visiting La Puente (17-3, 11-1), which clinched its fifth consecutive league title. Desiree Biolley (17-3) pitched a one-hitter with 12 strikeouts for her 13th shutout.
MOUNT BALDY LEAGUE
Diamond Ranch 12, Colony 0
Jenna Toothman went three for three with a triple home run and two RBIs, Myra Duran had a triple, a home run and two RBIs and Amanda Klimczak (19-3) pitched a one-hitter and struck out 10 for No. 15 Diamond Ranch (21-3, 13-2), which finished second in league.
MOUNTAIN VIEW LEAGUE
Corona 6, La Sierra 0
Arlene Martinez went three for three with two RBIs and one run scored and Brittney Bargar pitched a three-hitter, striking out nine and walking none, to lead visiting No. 6 Corona (19-8, 11-4). La Sierra is 5-15, 0-15.
Corona Santiago 7, Jurupa Valley 0
Kelsey Bruder went four for four with two doubles, a triple, two runs scored and three RBIs, Jackie Adichian went three for four with a double and two runs scored and Taryne Mowatt (19-3) threw a four-hitter with 14 strikeouts and two walks for host No. 2 Corona Santiago (23-3, 13-2). Mowatt is 30-0 at home in her four years at Corona Santiago, which also won it's fourth consecutive league title.
Norco 10, Corona Centennial 0
Daniela Urincho (20-4) threw a no-hitter with nine strikeouts, one walk and two hit batters to lead No. 4 Norco (22-4, 12-3), which had 10 players combine for 16 hits. Urincho had two hits, including a triple, and drove in a run.
Western 12, Anaheim 2
Jennifer McElroy went four for four with two home runs and four runs scored, Janice Galang went three for four and freshman Stacin Halverson (1-0) got the victory in her first varsity start for Western (15-8, 9-1), which won the co-championship with Savanna and its third consecutive title. A coin flip will decide which team gets the top seed into the playoffs. Anaheim finished 0-10 in league.
Savanna 11, Century 0
Savanna (21-5, 9-1) won its first league title in 14 years. Century finishes 5-13, 4-6.
Crescenta Valley 4, Arcadia 0
Amanda Peek hit a solo home run and Jeanine Deno had a run-scoring double for host Crescenta Valley (22-5, 10-0).
Glendale 5, Hoover 2
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE
Corona del Mar 7, Calvary Chapel 6 (11 innings)
In a one-game playoff to determine the league's third playoff team, Corona del Mar (16-8, 6-5) got two runs in the top of the 11th inning, on a leadoff triple by Jackie Manning, an RBI single by Lauren Gega, who took second on a bunt, and Holly Van Hiel's RBI double. Ann Klunder had a two-run double for Corona del Mar, and Sarah Stern, Allie Duernberger added RBIs. It's the second 11-inning game in three days between the teams; the Sea Kings won on Tuesday, 1-0. Calvary Chapel, because if failed to win the necessary 11 games to qualify for an at-large playoff berth, ends its season at 7-13, 5-6.
PACIFIC VIEW LEAGUE
Camarillo 8, Rio Mesa 0
Sarah Dorr (5-1) pitched a three-hitter and DeAnn Young hit a two-run home run for host Camarillo (20-7, 10-0).
Beverly Hills 6, Inglewood 5
Heather Serden went four for four with one RBI and Alison Gailer hit the game-winning RBI single with two outs in the bottom of the seventh to cap a six-run seventh inning for host Beverly Hills (16-8, 10-4), which rallied from a 5-0 deficit at the beginning of the inning. Inglewood is 7-7 in league.
Pasadena Poly 5, Flintridge Prep 0
MacKenzie Smith (17-4) pitched a one-hitter and struck out four to lead host Pasadena Poly (17-4, 12-0), which scored all five of its runs in the sixth inning. Flintridge Prep is 12-7, 8-4.
SEA VIEW LEAGUE
Foothill 2, Irvine 0
Sara LaRue (6-4) pitched a two-hitter with three strikeouts and no walks and Whitney Radcliff had two hits, including a double, and scored a run for visiting Foothill (15-11, 6-4), which finished third in league. Irvine is 5-20, 1-9.
Laguna Hills 2, Aliso Niguel 1
Brittany Lastrapes went two for three and Sam Hamner (21-4) pitched a three-hitter for host Laguna Hills (23-6, 8-2), ranked No. 19 by the Times. Aliso Niguel is 16-10, 5-5.
Rosary 3, Mater Dei 2
Nicole Churnock went two for two and scored two runs to lead visiting No. 12 Rosary (21-8, 7-1), which won the league championship outright after sharing it with Mater Dei last year. Taylor Peyton (14-4) pitched a complete game and allowed eight hits to get the win for the Royals. Kaitlin Cochran had an RBI single to score Churnock in the top of the sixth inning for the go-ahead run. Mater Dei, ranked No. 3 by the Times, is 23-4-2, 6-2.
Ayala 4, St. Lucy's 0
Mandy Pongs (11-3) allowed an infield single with one out in the first inning then retired the next 20 batters, 10 by strikeout, for visiting Ayala (15-10, 10-5), which notched its 250th win since the school's first varsity game in 1991. Pongs and Lesley Rogers each had two hits and two RBIs and Robin Zuniga scored two runs for the Bulldogs, who scored one run in the fifth, two in the sixth and one in the seventh.
Diamond Bar 2, Chino 1 (8 innings)
Brittany La Rosa hit a solo home run in top of eighth inning to win the game for No. 7 Diamond Bar (22-4, 13-2), which won the league title. Marissa Nichols (7-3) allowed six hits and struck out eight for the visiting Brahmas.
Glendora 4, Chino Hills 2
Jessica Alvarez (6-4) pitched a six-hitter to lead visiting Glendora (16-9, 8-7). Chino Hills is 15-10, 6-9.
SOUTH COAST LEAGUE
Dana Hills 3, San Clemente 1
Kristen Van Etten had a pinch-hit RBI to give Dana Hills a 1-0 lead and Caitlin Senkbil drove in another run on a sacrifice fly in the seventh to lift Dana Hills (18-10, 8-2). Lauren Chastain was the winning pitcher and improved to 5-2.
Trabuco Hills 2, Mission Viejo 1
Sam McGee's single drove in Krysten Cary with the game-winning run in the bottom of the seventh inning for Trabuco Hills (12-14, 3-7). Liz Vega drove in Sam Schwacher before McGee's hit to tie the score. Vega (7-7) threw a two-hitter with four strikeouts and walk. Mission Viejo, which scored an unearned run, finishes 13-13, 5-5.
Cerritos 7, Norwalk 1
Kelsey Fong went two for two to lead host Cerritos (14-14, 8-4).
Hemet 3, Paloma Valley 0
Erin Webb was three for three with a double and one runs scored and Jessica Beaver pitched a four-hitter with two strikeouts for visiting Hemet (21-6, 10-2), which set the school's single-season record for most wins. Paloma Valley is 4-8 in league.
King 9, Ramona 0
Anna Beardman went three for five with a double and three RBIs, Holly Gutterud went two for five and Christina Tremble went two for four with an RBI for visiting King (20-5, 14-1). Hollee Haines went two for four with a double and RBI and Lindsey Horta (17-5) threw a two-hitter with 12 strikeouts and one walk for the Wolves. Ramona drops to 11-13, 9-6.
Esperanza 5, Fountain Valley 3
Jennifer Schroeder hit a two-run home run in first inning for Esperanza (14-9-1, 8-2), which won the co-championship with Los Alamitos. Fountain Valley is 8-12, 4-6.
Marina 1, Los Alamitos 0 (16 innings)
Michelle Fuzzard scored on a error in the 16th inning to give Marina the victory. Fuzzard went four for seven with a double and Crystal Heinle (13-12) allowed nine hits and struck out 13 for the Vikings (13-14, 5-5), who finished third in league. Los Alamitos and Esperanza were co-champions.
Marymount 9, Marlborough 0
Megan Tryon pitched a two-hitter with nine strikeouts to lead host Marymount (11-7, 7-5). Marlborough is 2-10 in league.
Ramona Convent 5, Notre Dame Academy 2 (8 innings)
Dominque Gonzalez (12-7) pitched eight innings and struck out five and went two for four with a double and a triple, which scored three runs in the top of the eighth inning for Ramona Convent (15-8, 7-5). Kimmy Degnan went two for four and Jackie Ecker had a double for Notre Dame Academy (12-12, 7-5).
La Reina 8, Bishop Diego 0
Amy Graham had a two-run single and a run-scoring single and Brianna Jorgensborg added two doubles for visiting La Reina (17-5-2, 10-0).
Malibu 11, Montclair Prep 1
Tanya Tukles went three for four with four RBIs, including a three-run home run in the fourth inning, to lead host Malibu (10-12). Montclair Prep finishes at 1-16.
Wednesday, May 12
CAMINO REAL LEAGUE
Cantwell Sacred Heart 11 St. Bernard 0
Senior Stephanie Garcia (7-7) pitched a one-hitter with 10 strikeouts for host Cantwell Sacred Heart (12-8, 5-3). Aileen Villareal and Sireena Rubalcava each hit a home run and scored two runs and Amanda Cardenas also scored twice for the Cardinals.
Villanova Prep 9, Camarillo Cornerstone Christian 7
Katie Parziale went two for three with a double, two runs scored and one RBI and Sydney Malkin went tow for three with one RBI to lead host Villanova Prep (6-11, 3-2). Cornerstone Christian is 10-5, 2-3.
Saddleback Valley Christian 5, Connelly 0
Katie Finley pitched a no-hitter, striking out 15, to pick up her 17th win of the season and Alissa Sharp hit a two-run home run for Saddleback Valley Christian (18-5-1, 12-0). Connelly is 11-6, 9-4.
GOLDEN WEST LEAGUE
Santa Ana 3, Costa Mesa 0
Mallory Marquez (16-3) pitched a five-hitter with eight strikeouts and Diana Quezada had a double, a triple and a run scored for visiting Santa Ana (18-3-1, 10-2), which clinched its first league title since 1987 and only the second in school history. Costa Mesa is 9-16, 5-7.
Chaminade 4, Alemany 1
Lauren Christie went two for three with a solo home run, Christine Craighead went one for two with a two-run double and Veronica Barth (18-6) threw a one-hitter, allowed no earned runs and struck out six for host No. 25 Chaminade (19-7-1, 9-1), which clinched the league title.
Harvard-Westlake 3, Louisville 0
Shelly Madick (8-7) threw a three-hitter with six strikeouts and two walks and went three for three with a double, a home run and two RBIs and Kristin Gallant went two for two to lead host Harvard-Westlake (18-9, 7-3) past Louisville (1-8 in league).
MISSION VALLEY LEAGUE
Arroyo 11, South El Monte 0 (5 innings)
Lauren Ballesteros went four for four with a double and three RBIs and Monique Wuence (15-2) pitched a two-hitter with seven strikeouts for Arroyo (17-2, 9-0), which clinched its third consecutive league championship. South El Monte is 8-9-1, 4-5.
Righetti 6, Paso Robles 0
Jenna Maiden (13-2) threw a three-hitter with 13 strikeouts, Jessica Rogers went two for two with two runs scored and two RBIs and Tabatha Taylor went two for three with two RBIs to lead visiting Righetti (23-7, 9-2) past Paso Robles ( 13-13, 5-9).
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE
Northwood 3, Tesoro 2
Tori Catalano hit a solo home run for Tesoro (19-8, 9-1). Northwood is 9-1 in league. Tesoro and Northwood are league co-champions
Tuesday, May 11
Schurr 1, Montebello 0
Casey Tanabe pitched a three-hitter and struck out seven to lead visiting Schurr (14-8, 7-2). Stephanie Hernandez threw a five-hitter, allowing one unearned run and striking out two, for Montebello (10-11, 8-1).
Cerritos Valley Christian 8, Crossroads 0
Melissa Dykema (8-3) pitched a no-hitter with 12 strikeouts, Stacey Lyon went three for three with a double, home run and had two runs scored and two RBIs and Kristel Eddington went three for three, including a triple, and had three runs scored and two RBIs to lead host Cerritos Valley Christian (19-4, 8-0).
Mira Costa 5, West Torrance 0
Janette Boyer went three for four with three doubles and all five RBIs to lead host Mira Costa (16-7, 11-1), which clinched at least a tie for first place in league. West Torrance is 8-15, 3-9.
CAMINO REAL LEAGUE
Cantwell Sacred Heart 18, St. Mary's Academy 2 (5 innings)
Samantha Morales, making her first varsity start, pitched a no-hitter and scored two runs for host Cantwell Sacred Heart (11-8, 4-3). Aileen Villareal led the Cardinals on offensive by hitting two home runs, including a grand slam in the third inning. Villareal also had six RBIs and three runs scored for Cantwell Sacred Heart.
St. Monica 11, Gardena Serra 4
Anne Mureau was three for four, including two doubles, with three RBIs and a run scored, Adriana Villa was two for four with an RBI and two runs scored, Amber Angel had a three-run double, Melissa Gutierrez was two for three with two RBIs and three runs scored, and Erin Grady had two doubles with an RBI and two runs scored for visiting St. Monica (20-6, 5-1). Serra is 5-2 in league.
Anaheim Canyon 5, El Modena 0
Heather Slettvet (8-5) struck out six and allowed one hit in four innings to pick up the win and Lisa Geer earned her second save with three strikeouts and one hit in relief for No. 5 Canyon (20-7, 8-1). Kristen Aufdenberg had a two-run triple and had a double for the host Comanches, who won the league title with the victory. No. 22 El Modena is 18-9, 6-3.
El Dorado 5, Villa Park 0
K.C. Craddick hit a two-run home run in the first and Julie Burney hit a solo home run in the seventh for No. 23 El Dorado. Amanda Watkins (4-1) pitched seven shut-out innings with seven strikeouts for the visiting Golden Hawks (16-6, 6-3). Villa Park is 4-20, 0-9 in league.
Dos Pueblos 16, Santa Barbara 0 (5 innings)
Kimi Wong (24-1) pitched her 15th shutout, striking out seven, and drove in six runs for visiting No. 17 Dos Pueblos (24-1-1, 11-0). Wong had a three-run home run, a two-run single and a run-scoring single. Megan Enyeart had a two-run single and two run-scoring singles.
CITRUS BELT LEAGUE
Fontana 14, Redlands 1 (4 1/2 innings)
Gabby Smith (20-2) pitched a two-hitter with eight strikeuts and one walk and went three for four with a solo home run, and Kim Waleszonia was hit a three-run homer and finished with four RBIs to lead host Fontana (22-4, 14-0). Redlands is 2-12 in league.
Pasadena Marshall 11, Grace Brethren 7
Lizzi Orona drove in five runs for visiting Marshall (11-9, 6-1). Orona had a two-run home run, a two-run triple and a run-scoring double.
Brea Olinda 3, Tustin 1
Brea Olinda improves to 10-12, 4-5.
Loara 5, Orange Lutheran 1
Loara improves to 21-7, 8-1. Orange is 11-6, 4-5
Hart 13, Burbank 0 (5 innings)
Right-hander Robyn Kontra (15-9) struck out five in a one-hitter, Erin Lewis had a three-run triple, and Karina Slauenwhite had a two-run triple in her second varsity at-bat for visiting Hart (15-11-1, 7-2). Lewis also tripled in her first varsity at-bat.
Valencia 6, Burbank Burroughs 0
Danielle Maricle hit a grand slam in the top of the sixth inning, Courtney Baughman (8-1) pitched a four-hitter with two walks and nine strikeouts and Breanne Javier went five for five with two runs scored for visiting No. 13 Valencia (21-6, 8-1), which clinched at least a tie in the Foothill League. Burbank Burroughs is 11-12, 2-7.
Sunny Hills 1, Sonora 0 (10 innings)
Jennifer Silva had the game-winning RBI single in the 10th inning, scoring Allision Bruton, who had been hit by a pitch, for visiting Sunny Hills (16-8, 7-2). Winning pitcher Amanda Gabriel (10-5) pitched all 10 innings, striking out 13 and allowing five hits. Sonora is 8-1 in league.
Troy 1, Fullerton 0 (9 innings)
Lisa Hoertz reached on an error and was driven in on a single by Caitlin McLure in the top of the ninth and Brooke Davis (9-13) pitched nine scoreless innings, allowing five hits, for visiting Troy (10-15, 5-4). Fullerton is 8-14, 1-8 in league.
Oaks Christian 8, Santa Paula 0
Tiffany Day was two for two with a three-run home run in the first inning and finished with four RBIs, and Taylor Schlopy went three for four with a triple, two runs scored, one RBI and pitched four no-hit innings to improve to 14-1 for host Oaks Christian (28-1, 11-0). Santa Paula is 11-8, 5-5.
GARDEN GROVE LEAGUE
Garden Grove Pacifica 10, Bolsa Grande 0
Senior Brittany Sodal went two for two to lead top-ranked Pacifica (26-2, 12-0). Visiting Bolsa Grande falls to 1-14, 1-10.
Garden Grove Santiago 10, Westminster La Quinta 0 (6 innings)
Jessica King had one double and two RBIs, Laura Salcido had a two-run triple and Ashley Howard struck out eight and allowed one hit to lead host Santiago (13-8, 5-6). La Quinta is 0-11 in league.
Canyon Springs 3, Valley View 0
Senior right-hander Jessica Adolf (18-4) scattered seven hits and worked out of bases-loaded jams in the sixth and seventh innings to preserve the shutout for host Canyon Springs (21-4, 13-1), ranked No. 20 by The Times. Teammate Amanda Carver was two for three with two stolen bases. Andrea Smith and Brandy Reyes were each two for four for Valley View (17-8, 9-5).
Riverside Poly 7, Arlington 0
Amanda Myers hit a grand slam in the sixth inning and Cheslea Arellano (4-1) struck out seven over seven innings to lead host No. 8 Riverside Poly (20-5, 12-2) over Arlington (5-19, 1-13).
Viewpoint 12, Providence 2 (5 innings)
Michael Howard had a run-scoring triple and a two-run single, and Matt Westerman had a two-run double and a run-scoring single for visiting Viewpoint (15-5, 9-2).
Agoura 1, Westlake 0
Christina DePippo had an infield single to score Casey Kaufman in the top of the fourth inning for visiting Agoura. Michelle Rehm (11-8) pitched a two-hitter with five strikeouts for Westlake (13-11, 6-7).
Moorpark 2, Newbury Park 1
Rachel Nash doubled in Courtney Harrington in the fifth ininng to snap a 1-1 tie for host Moorpark (15-10, 5-7).
Thousand Oaks 5, Calabasas 0
Chelsea Berthiaume had a two-run home run for visiting No. 14 Thousand Oaks (22-4, 12-1).
Charter Oak 5, Bonita 4
Stacy Enderle went three for four with a home run and three RBIs for Bonita (9-2 in league). The two teams will play again for the league title on Thursday at 3:15 p.m. at Las Flores Park in La Verne. Charter Oak is 8-3 in league.
Hacienda Heights Wilson 4, Los Altos 3 (8 innings)
Alyssa Romero doubled in Jessica Bracamonte, who lead off the inning with a double, for the winning run in the bottom of the eighth inning to lead Wilson (13-10, 5-6). Vanessa Valdez (8-9) pitched a complete game for Wilson and struck out six. Shannon McKain tripled and scored the tying run in the seventh inning for Los Altos (13-10, 6-5) .
MOUNTAIN VIEW LEAGUE
Corona 1, Corona Santiago 0
Brooke LeSage led off the bottom of the second with a single and scored the game's only run on a fielder's choice to the first baseman and Brittney Bargar (17-8) pitched a two-hitter with four strikeouts for host Corona (18-8, 10-4) ranked No. 6 by The Times. Taryne Mowatt (18-3) threw a three-hitter and had three strikeouts for No. 2-ranked Corona Santiago (22-3, 12-2).
Norco 7, La Sierra 1
Right-hander Daniela Urincho (19-4) struck out 11 in a one-hitter with no earned runs, and Nicki Lowe was four for four, including a double, with two RBIs for visiting No. 4 Norco (21-4, 11-3).
MT. BALDY LEAGUE
Don Lugo 3, Diamond Ranch 2 (8 innings)
Pinch runner Sam Collaso scored on a wild pitch in the bottom of the eighth inning to get the win for host No. 10 Don Lugo (21-3, 13-1) over No.15 Diamond Ranch. Teammate Christina Guillen hit a two-run homer in the first inning and had a single and a sacrifice bunt.
Torrance 8, El Segundo 7
Josh Catron and James Cadena each hit three-run home runs to lead visiting Torrance. Auggie Meick hit two home runs for El Segundo (20-7, 10-2).
Montclair Prep 8, Cerritos Valley Christian 6
Grant Boman had two solo home runs and a run-scoring single for visiting Montclair Prep (14-9, 4-3).
Village Christian 3, Paraclete 0
Savanna 14, Anaheim 0 (5 innings)
Nicole Loken (1-0) pitched a two-hitter with seven strikeouts and Vicky Lozada went two for three with a double and four RBIs for Savanna (20-5, 8-1). The Rebels can win at least a share of the league title with a victory in their final game Thursday. Anaheim is 2-17, 0-9.
Western 15, Santa Ana Valley 0
Jennifer McElroy (14-8) pitched a one-hitter with 10 strikeouts, hit a two-run home run and scored twice for Western (14-8, 8-1), which is tied for first place with Savanna. Kira Cullen went two for three with three runs scored for the Pioneers. Santa Ana Valley is 9-13, 4-5.
Crescenta Valley 10, Pasadena 0 (5 innings)
Jeanine Deno hit a three-run home run and Emily Hanson added a two-run home run for visiting Crescenta Valley (21-5, 9-0).
PACIFIC VIEW LEAGUE
Camarillo 18, Hueneme 3 (5 innings)
Junior DeAnn Young went three for four with three runs scored, four RBIs and two doubles for visiting Camarillo (19-7, 9-0).
Beverly Hills 14, Lawndale 2 (5 innings)
Erin Thorpe was three for four, including a home run and a double, with two RBIs and three runs scored for visiting Beverly Hills (15-8, 9-4).
Culver City 7, Palos Verdes 4
Porsche Boddicker (16-5) struck out eight and allowed two earned runs on three hits, catcher Blair Brooks hit a home run, and Beanna Carr had a two-run triple and a single for host Culver City (18-6, 12-1). Palos Verdes is 12-1 in league.
Flintridge Prep 4, Westridge 3
Right-hander Jenna Schachtner (12-6) struck out 12 and Katie Loomis was two for three, including a triple, with two runs scored for visiting Flintridge Prep (12-6, 8-3). Charlotte King had two RBIs, three stolen bases and a run scored for Westridge (12-5-1, 8-3).
Mayfield 2, Chadwick 1
Colleen Anderson (7-9) pitched a four-hitter and hit a two-run home run in the sixth inning for for host Mayfield (10-12, 5-7).
SAN ANDREAS LEAGUE
Cajon 2, San Gorgonio 1
Sophomore shortstop Nicole Kajitani was three for three, including a triple, with an RBI and a run scored for host Cajon (21-6, 10-1). Cajon won its third straight league championship. San Gorgonio is 17-8, 8-3.
SEA VIEW LEAGUE
Aliso Niguel 5, Irvine 0
Christine Kulick had two RBIs and Ashley Krueger and Sara Thurston combined on a five-hitter with six strikeouts to lead Aliso Niguel (16-9, 5-4). Irvine is 1-8 in league.
Laguna Hills 10, Newport Harbor 0
Sam Hamner (20-4) pitched a four-hitter and had two hits and two runs scored for visiting No. 19 Laguna Hills (22-6, 7-2). Newport Harbor falls to 8-14, 1-8.
Woodbridge 3, Foothill 1
Krista Seeman had two singles and a run scored, Kelly Cabana had an RBI single and a run scored, and Brittany Ash had an RBI double for visiting No. 21 Woodbridge (20-9, 8-1). Foothill is 5-4 in league.
Bishop Amat 3, Santa Margarita 1
Senior right-hander Katie Rojano (10-4) threw a one-hitter with five strikeouts for visiting Bishop Amat (19-7, 5-3). Santa Margarita is 2-6 in league.
Mater Dei 7, Lakewood St. Joseph 0
Ashley Weber went three for three with an RBI, Lauren Greer went two for four with two runs scored and an RBI and Briana Santos (10-1) and Britni Rodriguez combined for 12 strikeouts to lead visiting No. 3 Mater Dei (23-3-2, 6-1). The Monarchs face Rosary at 3:15 p.m. on Thursday in the final league game, which will determine first place in the league standings. Lakewood St. Joseph is 10-17, 1-7.
Ayala 9, St. Lucy's 1
Lesley Rogers went two for four with two runs scored and two RBIs, Amanda Kamekona went one for two with one run scored and three RBIs and Brittany Birnbaum went two for four with one run scored and one RBI for host Ayala (14-10, 9-5).
Diamond Bar 1, Chino 0
Marissa Nichols went two for four and drove in Christine Navarro in the bottom of the seventh with two outs to win the game for No. 7 Diamond Bar (21-4, 12-2). Navarro also had two hits for the Brahmas, who clinched the league title on May 7.
Glendora 1, Chino Hills 0 (9 innings)
Senior Kristin Nicholas had a triple to right field to score senior Gabby Arellano for host Glendora (15-9, 7-7), which clinched a playoff berth with this win. Chino Hills is 15-9, 6-8.
La Mirada 6, Cerritos 1
Lacy Tyler went two for four with two RBIs and Simone Holland had a triple to lead and a run scored for La Mirada (24-4, 12-0), which clinched its fourth consecutive league championship and has not lost a league game in two seasons. Cerritos is 13-14, 7-4.
Hemet 3, Paloma Valley 1
Right-hander Jessica Beaver (15-5) struck out seven in a three-hitter, and Lacey Schneider had two doubles and an RBI for host Hemet (20-6, 9-2), which clinched the league championship and tied its school record for wins. Paloma Valley is 4-7 in league.
King 13, Rubidoux 1
Holly Gutterud was four for four, including a double, with two RBIs, Hollee Haines was three for five, including a double, with three RBIs, Nicole Whaley was two for four with two RBIs, and right-hander Lindsey Horta (16-5) struck out 11 in a three-hitter with no earned runs for visiting King (19-5, 12-1). Rubidoux is 5-9.
Esperanza 7, Los Alamitos 1
Esperanza is 13-9-1, 7-2. Los Alamitos 18-7-2, 8-1.
La Salle 4, Marymount 0
Kathleen Salvo (16-4) threw a one-hitter with a season-high 17 strikeouts, and Danielle Encinas had a two-run single in the fourth inning for visiting La Salle (22-5, 11-0). Marymount is 6-5 in league.
Notre Dame Academy 8, Marlborough 7
Kimmie Degnan went one for two with two runs scored, including the go-ahead run in the bottom of the seventh inning and Taylor Tieman (10-10) had 11 strikeouts and allowed one walk over seven innings for host Notre Dame Academy (12-11, 7-4). Marlborough is 5-11-1, 2-7.
Ramona Convent 14, Bell-Jeff 0 (5 innings)
Freshman Veronica Velasquez (4-0) allowed one hit over five shutout innings and hit a three-run home run to lead visiting Ramona Convent (14-7, 6-5) over Bell-Jeff (0-11 league).
La Reina 3, Oak Park 0
Vicky Brown (13-3) retired the first 18 batters in a one-hitter for host La Reina (16-5-2, 9-0). Brianna Jorgensborg drove in a run on a groundout during a three-run fifth inning.
VALLE VISTA LEAGUE
San Dimas 7, Baldwin Park 0
Nicole Bouchereau went three for three, including a home run, and had four RBIs to lead host San Dimas (21-3, 14-0).
Pasadena Poly 3, Maranatha 2
MacKenzie Smith singled in Alessandra Giampaolo for the winning run in the seventh inning to lift host Pasadena Poly (16-4). Teammate Katy Steinbrecher had a two-run single in the bottom of the sixth to tie the game. Maranatha is 13-9.
Monday, May 10
GOLDEN WEST LEAGUE
Costa Mesa 9, Westminster 3
Uyen Mai went three for four with three RBIs and Jane-E Yamamoto went three for five with three RBIs for Costa Mesa (9-15, 5-6). Linda Kohan hit two home runs for Westminster (8-3 in league).
Santa Ana 19, Saddleback 4
Santa Ana is 17-3-1, 9-2. Saddleback is 5-14, 0-11
Alemany 3, Flintridge Sacred Heart 2
Freshman S.J. Webster hit a one-out RBI double in the bottom of the seventh inning to tie the game and scored the winning run on a fielder's choice to lift host Alemany (12-10, 5-3).
Harvard-Westlake 3, Chaminade 1
Shelly Madick was three for three, including two doubles, with a run scored, Cathy Pitoun had a first-inning RBI single and right-hander Kristin Gallant (10-2) struck out seven and pitched a three-hitter for visiting Harvard-Westlake (17-9, 6-3). Lauren Christie had a seventh-inning home run and all three hits for Chaminade (8-1 league).
Sherman Oaks Notre Dame 10, Louisville 0 (5 innings)
Renae Beauchman was three for three, including a triple, with two RBIs and two runs scored, Megan Hayes was three for four with two RBIs and a run scored and Kristen Anderson was two for four with an RBI and a run scored for host Sherman Oaks Notre Dame (10-14, 4-5).
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE
Tesoro 19, Irvine University 0 (5 innings)
Brittany Holt picked up her fourth win for Tesoro (20-7, 9-0).
Saddleback Valley Christian 13, Downey Calvary Chapel 0 (5 innings)
Katie Finley had 12 strikeouts and two for two at the plate with three RBIs and a triple for Saddleback Valley Christian (17-5-1). Downey Calvary Chapel is 3-10.