Track: Alemany's Dominic Davis wins 100 in 10.47 at Mt. SAC

 Junior Dominic Davis of Mission Hills Alemany is following the legacy established by former Sherman Oaks Notre Dame sprinter Khalfani Muhammad by showing there's still lots of speed from Mission League athletes.

On Saturday, Davis ran the 100 meters in 10.47 seconds to win the invitational race at the Mt. San Antonio College High School Invitational.

Like Muhammad, who won the state championship in the 100 and 200, Davis is also a running back in football.

Loyola's 400-meter relay team won its race in 41.58. The team was Aaron Gomez, Kyle Oden, Nico Evans and Mekai Sheffie.

Misana Viltz of Long Beach Millikan ran a scorching time of 13.71 to win the 110 highs.

Amber Gore of Redondo won the girls' 800 in 2:12.19.

In the invitational pole vault, Jake David of Ventura soared to victory at 16-4. Finishing second at the same height was Luigi Colella of Thousand Oaks. Matt Schwartz of Burbank Burroughs cleared 15-6 to win his event. pole vault to win his event.

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Birmingham gets clearance to host City track and field finals

 Birmingham High's football stadium and track facility has been reopened for outside use after being temporarily closed while the school investigated concerns whether it was in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, Athletic Director Rick Prizant said.

Principal Bill Parks gave clearance that will allow the largest stadium in the San Fernando Valley to host the City Section track and field finals on May 29, along with three league finals and lacrosse finals.

The school will take some interim steps to help comply with ADA standards.

Eric.sondheimer@latimes.com

 

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Baseball: Hamilton wins tournament championship

 Hamilton won the Dennis Gilbert Classic on Saturday at the Urban Youth Academy, defeating Verdugo Hills, 5-4, in nine innings in the championship game.

Hector Velazquez had two hits, including the game-winning RBI in the ninth. Ethan Lazar contributed three hits. All-City catcher Dalton Blumenfeld showed he also has a good arm, throwing 2 2/3 innings of scoreless relief. Benji Kaiserman and Dakota Kravetz added two hits apiece.

Augie Lozano led Verdugo Hills with two hits and two RBIs.

Harvard-Westlake defeated Saugus, 4-3, in nine innings. Brian Ginsberg had the game-winning hit. Loyola defeated La Mirada, 5-4. Quinn Brodey had a home run. Julian Gonzalez threw a scoreless seventh for the save. Jeff Murray had three hits for La Mirada.

Cypress defeated Bishop Amat, 4-2. Garret Brockel went three for three. Moorpark defeated Marshall, 10-1. Troy Conway had three hits.

Los Alamitos defeated Los Osos, 4-1. Glenn defeated Peninsula, 7-5.

Eric.sondheimer@latimes.com

 

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The Cleveland High School team clubhouse was ransacked by vandals at some point Friday or early Saturday morning, the school's baseball coach said.

Baseball: Cleveland baseball facility is damaged by vandals

Reseda Cleveland baseball Coach Scott Drootin said Saturday that vandals struck the team's baseball facility overnight, causing thousands of dollars in damage. School police were called Saturday afternoon to investigate.

According to Drootin, a golf cart was smashed. The team's clubhouse was ransacked. Equipment was stolen and the field was damage

Drootin said he is hoping for donations to help replace stolen equipment, such as hats, baseballs and gloves.

Eric.sondheimer@latimes.com

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Basketball: Collision all-star game is Saturday night

 Redondo High is the site for Saturday's 7 p.m. boys' all-star game matching the City Section against the Southern Section. The girls' game is at 5:30 p.m.

Etiwanda Coach Dave Kleckner will be receiving the Jim Harrik Lifetime Achievement Award.

Among the players scheduled to participate are Elijah Stewart of Westchester, the City Section player of the year who has become the subject of a recruiting competition between USC and UCLA after being released from his letter of intent with Loyola Marymount.

Thomas Welsh of Loyola will play one final time for his coach, Jamal Adams, who is coaching the Southern Section.

 

Eric.sondheimer@latimes.com

 

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Football; St. Francis is in the mix to move up in re-vote

 La Canada St. Francis had better do lots of lobbying if it wants to avoid being moved up to a Pac-5 Division league in football.

The Catholic Athletic Association is scheduled to meet on Tuesday to take another vote on new leagues after Salesian won its appeal from the Southern Section Executive Committee this past week.

The deadline to submit proposals is Saturday afternoon, and three of the four proposals already submitted have St. Francis moving from the Mission League to one of the two four-team Pac-5 leagues.

If St. Francis is moved up, then expect the Golden Knights to appeal to the full Southern Section Council on April 30.

Eric.sondheimer@latimes.com

 

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Baseball & softball: Friday scores

BASEBALL

BIG VIII LEAGUE

Corona 4, King 1

Corona Santiago 4, Eastvale Roosevelt 3

Norco 5, Corona Centennial 0

 

CITRUS BELT LEAGUE

Redlands East Valley 12, Cajon 2

Yucaipa 6, Miller 0

 

GOLDEN WEST LEAGUE

Orange 11, Santa Ana 1

Segerstrom 14, Westminster 1

 

MOUNTAIN VALLEY LEAGUE

Jurupa Hills 5, Citrus Valley 4

 

ORANGE LEAGUE

Century 7, Magnolia 0

Savanna 7, Anaheim 2

 

ORANGE COAST LEAGUE

Laguna Beach 6, Saddleback 1

 

SUNBELT LEAGUE

Heritage 12, Perris 4

 

SUNKIST LEAGUE

Kaiser 8, Fontana 0

 

NONLEAGUE

Paloma Valley 11, Murrieta Mesa 3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SOFTBALL

BIG VIII LEAGUE

Corona Santiago 9, Corona 7

Eastvale Roosevelt 4, Norco 1

King 1, Corona Centennial 0

 

CITRUS BELT LEAGUE

Grand Terrace 3, Colton 2

Redlands 14, Eisenhower 3

Yucaipa 11, Miller 0

 

GOLDEN WEST LEAGUE

Loara 4, Segerstrom 1

 

SUNBELT LEAGUE

Paloma Valley 12, Elsinore 0

 

 

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Baseball: Keston Hiura leads Valencia victory

 Valencia (11-7, 5-2) has moved into a tie for second place in the Foothill League with Saugus after completing a sweep of West Ranch on Friday with a 4-2 victory. Keston Hiura had three hits, including a home run. Andrew Hodges threw 4 1/3 innings of scoreless relief.

Saugus (11-5, 5-2) defeated Golden Valley, 6-2. Eric Little (5-1) allowed five hits in five innings. Hart (15-2-1, 6-1) remained one game ahead of Saugus and Valencia after a 7-2 win over Canyon. Dayton Provost hit a home run. Pearson Good, Wes Fitzpatrick and Nick Valaika all hit doubles.

In the Baseline League, Glendora (13-5, 6-1) defeated Etiwanda, 7-4. Eric Flores threw four innings. Justin Cage had two hits and two RBIs

In the Pacific League, Crescenta Valley defeated Hoover, 6-0. Three pitchers combined on the shutout. Michael Russo had two hits. Pasadena defeated Burroughs, 1-0, in eight innings. Frankie Garriola threw the complete game, striking out nine and walking none. Cole Meyer of Burroughs allowed no hits...

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Boys' basketball: King Coach Tim Sweeney Jr. resigns under pressure

Riverside King boys' basketball Coach Tim Sweeney Jr., one of the most successful in the Inland Empire, announced in a news release Friday he has been asked to step down by his school administration, and he cited issues involving the booster club as a key reason.

Sweeney, the head coach for 14 years, won three Southern Section titles and a state title in 2002. His team won a Southern Section 1A title this last season, and he gave hints of issues at the winning news conference, saying he had been close to resigning.

"The past two years have been the most difficult years of my career," Sweeney wrote in an email. "A small segment of parents from the booster club succeeded to erode the fabric of our program with accusations of verbal abuse, bullying, lack of playing time, and much more.

"In the Maxpreps National Holiday Classic this past December, I was physically confronted by one of the members of this group at Xavier Preparatory school. With all this said, the main complaint is...

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Football: Tevita Halalilo of Rancho Verde commits to UCLA

 Tevita Halalilo, a 6-foot-4, 340-pound offensive tackle at Moreno Valley Rancho Verde, has committed to UCLA, according to Scout.com.

Eric.sondheimer@latimes.com

 

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Boys' basketball: Max Hazzard picks up offer from UC Santa Barbara

 Junior point guard Max Hazzard of Los Angeles Loyola has picked up a scholarship offer from UC Santa Barbara.

He is playing this spring and summer with the Oakland Soldiers, which is loaded with top players.

 

Eric.sondheimer@latimes.com

 

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