No. 1 Camarillo Wraps Up Title, 16-3
Jessica Mendoza had three hits, and Jill Borchard and Shannon Zigner each had two for Camarillo High in a 16-3 victory over Newbury Park on Friday that clinched the Marmonte League softball title at Newbury Park.
Mendoza, Borchard and Zigner each had two runs batted in in the game, which was shortened to six innings because of the 10-run rule.
Camarillo (18-5, 11-3 in league play) is ranked No. 1 in The Times’ regional poll.
Oli Keohohou hit a solo home run for Newbury Park (19-9, 8-6).
Highland 4, Palmdale 2--Ashley D’Errico hit a two-run single and a double for the Bulldogs (22-5, 8-2) in a Golden League victory at Highland.
Crescenta Valley 17, Muir 1--Heidi Hucthausen had two hits and three RBIs for the Falcons (23-5, 10-0) in a Pacific League game at Muir.
Harvard-Westlake 4, Flintridge Sacred Heart 3--Veronica Brooks singled home the winning run with one out in the 10th inning for the Wolverines (14-12, 6-4) in a Mission League game at Valley College.
Alemany 5, Louisville 0--Annette Ramirez had two hits and drove in a run for the Indians (17-10, 5-5) in a Mission League game at the Sylmar Independent Baseball League complex.
Hart 3, Valencia 1--Amanda Fortune pitched a six-hitter, striking out five, for the Indians (20-6, 9-1) in a Foothill League victory at Hart. Lindsey Kontra had two hits for Hart.
Calabasas 6-6, Santa Paula 0-2--Sara Hall had five hits, including two doubles, and five RBIs to help the Coyotes (16-5, 14-1) clinch their first Frontier League title with a doubleheader sweep at Santa Paula.
Heather Bell had three hits and two RBIs and Jessica Armacost added three hits and an RBI for Calabasas.
Amy Rosson (12-1) pitched both games, earning her ninth shutout.
Paraclete 12, Kern Valley 0--Lauren McDonald (9-2) pitched a no-hitter, striking out six, and the Spirits (18-5-2, 10-0) clinched their 20th consecutive league title in a High Desert League that went five innings because of the 10-run rule at Paraclete.
Huntington Park 6, North Hollywood 3--Tashean Thomas had three hits and scored three runs but the eighth-seeded Huskies (7-9) fell to ninth-seeded Huntington Park in nine innings in a City Section 3-A Division first-round game at North Hollywood.
Thomas hit a solo home run in the fourth inning.
Claudia Villa had three hits for North Hollywood.