PREP ROUNDUP : Troy's Schmidt Beats Magnolia With No-Hitter

Heidi Schmidt pitched a no-hitter, striking out 10, to lead host Troy to a 3-0 victory over Magnolia in a nonleague softball game Tuesday.

Troy scored three runs in the second inning and improved to 7-3. Schmidt is 4-1.


In other nonleague games:

Bolsa Grande 5, Santa Ana Valley 2--Jill Tantardini pitched a two-hitter for Bolsa Grande (3-1).

Costa Mesa 6, Brethren Christian 5--Jenny Pryer had two hits, two runs scored, and one RBI for host Costa Mesa (5-0).

El Dorado 13, Valencia 0--Jennifer Terrell had three hits, four runs scored and two stolen bases for visiting El Dorado (5-2).

El Modena 2, Dana Hills 0--Alexis Beckman pitched a four-hitter with eight strikeouts for El Modena (4-1).

Fullerton 4, Esperanza 1--Amy Freilich scored twice and stole three bases for Fullerton (4-3).

Kennedy 7-1, Cypress 0-0--Lana Jimenez had two hits, three runs scored, one RBI, and three stolen bases in the first game for host Kennedy (5-1). Nicole Paloney and Lisa Pitt each pitched two-hitters in the doubleheader sweep for Kennedy.

Liberty Christian 18, Orange Lutheran 3--Becky Rendon had three hits and scored four runs for Liberty Christian (3-1), which scored 13 times in the fourth inning.

Orange 4, Savanna 0--Chris Puccio had three hits and two runs scored and Sheryl Anderson pitched a one-hitter for host Orange (3-2).

Pacifica 2, Los Alamitos 0--Kristen Varagne pitched a two-hitter to lead Pacifica (3-3).

Sonora 5, Whittier Christian 2--Holly Kent hit a bases-loaded triple in the bottom of the sixth and finished with four RBIs for host Sonora (4-3).


In the Laguna Hills softball tournament:

Rancho Alamitos 2, Foothill 1 (10)--Destiny Mollison scattered seven hits, striking out 17, for the Vaqueros (3-2), who advance to the semifinals to play Marina, a 2-0 winner over Tustin.

Laguna Hills 2, Ocean View 0--Amber Journell had two RBIs and Therese Lee earned the victory for Laguna Hills (5-1), which will play Irvine, a 4-3 winner over Fountain Valley, in the semifinals.

El Toro 4, Santa Margarita 0--Misty Lauby threw a one-hitter and struck out seven for El Toro (6-3) in a consolation game.


In Sunset league golf:

Marina 185, Westminster 229--Brian Rea shot a one-over par 36 at Meadowlark for host Marina (1-1, 1-0).


In nonleague golf:

Orange 171, Loara 200--Junior Brady Richards shot a three-under par 28 to lead host Orange (3-3) at Riverview.

Sunny Hills 200, Laguna Hills 207--Terry Noe shot an even-par 36 for Sunny Hills (6-1).


In nonleague boys' swimming:

Esperanza 91, Sunny Hills 79--Dru Wasson won the 100 backstroke and 50 freestyle for host Esperanza (3-0).

Capistrano Valley 108, Trabuco Hills 62--Jake Yokota won the 200 meter individual medley and the 100 meter breaststroke to lead Capistrano Valley (2-0).


In nonleague girls' swimming:

Canyon 98, Savanna 72--Junior Alice Kim swam personal bests in her victories in the 50 freestyle (25.7 seconds) and the 100 freestyle (59.2).

Capistrano Valley 107, Trabuco Hills 55--Cathy Carone won the 100 butterfly and the 100 backstroke and Tracey McCalley won the 200 individual medley and the 100 freestyle for Capistrano Valley (1-1).

San Clemente 90, Villa Park 80--Catherine Pharris won the 50 and 100 freestyles and qualified for the Division I Southern Section meet for Villa Park.


In Sunset League boys' tennis:

Fountain Valley 9, Servite 9 (Fountain Valley wins on games, 79-70)--Eddie Weiss swept at No. 1 singles, 6-0, 6-0 and 6-0, for Fountain Valley (2-3, 2-1).

Ocean View 11, Edison 7--Jacob Pietowski swept at No. 1 singles for Ocean View (5-3, 3-0), 6-0, 6-3, 6-0.


In nonleague boys' tennis:

Canyon 12, Fullerton 6--Heath Kula and Jerry Liao swept their doubles sets, 6-4, 6-0, 6-3 to improve to 12-3 for host Canyon (3-3).

Sunny Hills 12, Esperanza 6--David Robbins won three singles matches for Sunny Hills (5-0). Eric Chang and Frank Hsu teamed up for three doubles victories for Esperanza (6-1).

Trabuco Hills 16, El Dorado 2--Bryan Johnson swept in singles, 6-0, 6-0, 6-0, for Trabuco Hills (5-1). El Dorado is 2-4.

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