Korrie Allen's squeeze bunt drove in Wendy Melville in the bottom of the seventh to give El Toro a 1-0 victory over Capistrano Valley and the South Coast League softball championship Friday at El Toro.
Melville, who had three hits, led off the inning with a single. She stole second and went to third on a ground out. She then scored on Allen's bunt.
Misty Lauby pitched a four-hitter, striking out six, for the Chargers (19-8-1, 8-0). Capistrano Valley is 10-9-2 and 5-3.
In Sea View League softball:
Woodbridge 10, Corona del Mar 0 (5, mercy)--Courtney Spelber and Alison Johnsen each had two hits and drove in two runs for the Warriors (24-3, 8-0) at Creek Park in Corona del Mar.
In Sunset League softball:
Fountain Valley 1, Huntington Beach 0--Jennifer Allchin's seventh-inning single drove in Carla Jacobs, as the Barons (16-4, 10-0) assured themselves of at least a tie for the league title.
Ocean View 2, Westminster 1--Alison Murphy singled in the winning run in the bottom of the seventh inning for the Seahawks (12-10, 6-3).
Santa Ana 4, Edison 1--Stacy Lumley drove in two runs with a triple as Santa Ana (6-14, 1-10) scored three runs in the third inning.
In the Sunset League boys' tennis finals:
Weiss wins--Eddie Weiss of Fountain Valley won the Sunset League singles title for the second consecutive year, defeating Jakub Pietrowski of Ocean View, 6-4, 6-3, at Los Cabellaros. Weiss also beat Pietrowski in last year's final.
In the doubles final, Danny Marks and Noel Zosa of Marina defeated teammates Curtis Chan and John Tran, 6-2, 2-6, 7-6.
In the Century League boys' swimming finals:
Foothill wins--A.J. Palluck won the 200 individual medley in 2:03.93 leading the Knights to the title at Orange High. Palluck's victory was the only individual victory for Foothill, which scored 445 points, ahead of second place Villa Park (406).
In the Sea View League boys' swimming finals:
Corona del Mar Wins--Sophomore Crosby Grant broke a league record in the 100 backstroke swimming a 54.26 and his brother Travis won the 50 freestyle for the Sea Kings.
Runner-up Woodbridge got victories from Sean Moore in the 200 individual medley and Tunch Doker in the 100 breaststroke.
In the Century League girls' swimming finals:
Villa Park ends Foothill streak--Catherine Pharris and Jennifer Blasi led Villa Park to the team title, ending Foothill's 15-year streak of championships that begin in 1977, the first year of girls' swimming competition in the league. Villa Park scored 408 points and Foothill finished second with 351.
Pharris, voted the swimmer of the meet, won the 50 freestyle (25.93) and the 100 backstroke (1:00.56) and swam on the winning 200 medley and 400 freestyle relay teams. Blasi won the 100 breaststroke (1:11.37), was second in the 200 individual medley and also swam on the 200 medley and 400 freestyle relay teams.
In South Coast League volleyball:
Capistrano Valley 3, Dana Hills 0--Aaron Garica had 16 kills and Eric McKelvie had 38 assists for the Cougars (14-2, 9-1), who assured themselves of at least a share of their second consecutive league championship with a 15-7, 16-14, 15-9 victory.
Irvine 3, San Clemente 0--Chris Swanner had 15 kills and Jason Mickartz 44 assists for the visiting Vaqueros (15-1, 9-1).
In the Empire League boys' swimming finals:
Los Alamitos wins--The Griffins' 200 freestyle relay team of Dan Lupash, Geoff Olson, Eric Roberts and Paul Caouette set a league record with a mark of 1:33.22, helping Los Alamitos win its first boys' championship in 12 years. Los Alamitos had 317 points to 213 for second-place Cypress.
In the Freeway League boys' swimming finals:
Sunny Hills wins--Omar Amr won the 200 individual medley (1:59.53) and the 100 breaststroke (1:02.37) to lead Sunny Hills to the team title. The Lancers scored 334 points, with Buena Park second at 273. Carlo Franzia won the 200 freestyle (1:51.07) and was second in the 500 freestyle for Sunny Hills.
In the Freeway League girls' swimming finals:
Sunny Hills wins--The Lancers got victories by Tassanee Payakapan in the 200 freestyle (2:03.92) and 500 freestyle (5:34.82) and cruised to the team title. Sunny Hills scored 412 points, with Sonora second at 293.