COLLEGE ROUNDUP : Penberthy Ramrods Master’s


Mike Penberthy scored 24 points and James Mosley added 21 to lead The Master’s College to a 121-49 basketball victory over Dominican Wednesday night at Newhall.

Penberthy, a freshman from Fresno Hoover High, hit eight of 11 shots, including four of five from three-point range, as the Mustangs concluded the regular season with a 26-4 record and victories in 15 of their last 16.

Emeka Okenwa and Doug Leaman each added 17 points for The Master’s, which opens play in the NAIA Far West Region Independents tournament at Irvine next Thursday.


In a women’s basketball game:

Riverside 89, Canyons 61--Audrey McMurry scored 22 points and grabbed 13 rebounds to lead the Tigers (26-9) in the first round of the Southern California regional. Rebekah Cunnan had 18 points for Canyons (18-13).


Mission 15, Compton 0--Dereck Ornelas went three for six with his fourth home run, a triple and three runs batted in. Francisco Flores also drove in a pair of runs, hit his third home run of the season and doubled. Rob Walley worked the first five innings for the victory. Mission improved to 8-3, 3-0 in Southern California Athletic Conference play.

Ventura 13, Glendale 3--The Cougars scored 10 runs with the help of three errors and five walks in the fourth inning at Ventura. Second baseman David Frazier led Ventura (4-2) with three hits and two RBIs. Outfielders Jamal Nichols and Victor Moreno each had two hits.

Mt. San Antonio 7, Moorpark 4--Aaron Fischer was five for five with two RBIs and a run scored for Moorpark, but Mt. SAC scored three runs in both the seventh and eighth innings to post a come-from-behind victory in the nonconference game.


Pierce d. Santa Monica, 15-2, 15-9, 15-12--Gabe Higa had 14 kills and Dan Nash had 36 assists to lead the Brahmas in a WSC match at Valley College. Jason Ring added 13 kills for Pierce (2-0, 1-0).


Antelope Valley 2, Riverside 0--Donna Villa walked with the bases loaded in the top of the 15th inning to force in Jody Snelling with the game’s first run and Sherri Rogers followed with a sacrifice fly to score Christy Smith in the nonconference game at Riverside.