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Palm Desert leads the teams entered in Thursday’s SCGA regional at Brookside Golf Course.

Palm Desert shot 344 as a team last week, led by freshman Chris Wardrup, who shot 67. Charlie Reiter also shot 67 and Raymond Navis shot 68.

Oaks Christian and Servite also will be team contenders. Jake Marek shot 68 for Oaks Christian with Tristan Gretzky, the son of Wayne Gretzky, getting a 71.

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BOYS' VOLLEYBALL

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP

DIVISION I

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SOUTHERN SECTION
CHAMPIONSHIPS
Saturday
Div. 1: Corona del Mar d. Newport Harbor 23-25, 25-15, 25-23, 23-25, 15-13
Div. 2: Orange Lutheran d. Saddleback Valley Christian 25-20, 25-14, 27-25
Div. 3: Downey d. Tustin 25-23, 22-25, 25-17, 25-23
Div. 4: San Gabriel Academy d. Murrieta Valley 25-23, 25-22, 25-18
Div. 5: Diamond Ranch d. Garden Grove 27-25, 27-25, 25-20

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There was no stopping Chatsworth and standout pitcher Ava Justman on Saturday at the City Section Open Division championship.

Justman struck out 10 and Ruby Salzman hit a home run as the Chancellors defeated San Pedro 4-1 to claim the first Open Division title at Cal State Dominguez Hills.

It was Chatsworth’s 18th consecutive victory.

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CITY

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SOFTBALL

CITY CHAMPIONSHIPS

Saturday

BOYS' VOLLEYBALL

CITY

CHAMPIONSHIPS

SOUTHERN SECTION

DIVISION 1

First round, Friday

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Three games ended by walk-off home runs, including two grand slams. And the No. 1 seed goes down. Yes, it was quite an opening day in the Southern Section Division 1 baseball playoffs on Friday.

The shocker was No. 1-seeded Harvard-Westlake losing to Valencia 8-4. Valencia came in with a 15-16 record. Harvard-Westlake had a 16-game win streak and unbeaten right-hander Sam Hliboki (9-0) on the mound.

The Vikings went to bed on Wednesday night not even knowing they’d still be in the playoffs after a 4-3 wild-card victory because Oaks Christian filed a protest Thursday morning alleging an illegal practice. But the Southern Section ruled Oaks Christian had failed to make an official protest to the umpire before the game, keeping the Vikings alive.

SOFTBALL CITY CHAMPIONSHIPS

Friday

Div. IV: Bright Star 6, Rivera 2