Saturday, March 6
Gardena 12, L.A. University 6
Santa Ana Valley 5, Long Beach Cabrillo 0
Santa Ana Valley 10, Los Angeles 1
Gardena 15, Los Angeles 2
Birmingham 8, Canoga Park 0
Brecken Bronner had a home run, triple and a walk, scored three times and drove in a run for Birmingham (3-1). Valerie Montenegro had two hits with a double and three RBIs. Sophomore Courtney Hodgins threw a two-hitter with nine strikeouts in her first start.
Birmingham 4, L.A. Baptist 0
Pauline Morquecho threw a three-hitter with eight strikeouts for her second shutout in a row and Candace Williams had a three-run triple for Birmingham.
Narbonne 4, Taft 2
Shayna Meikle had two hits and two RBIs to lead Narbonne (3-1).
Van Nuys 14, Roosevelt 5
Van Nuys is 4-0.
Nordhoff 7, San Fernando 2
Canoga Park 5, Monroe 4
Sun Valley Poly 3, Nordhoff 2
Taft 12, Monroe 2
L.A. Baptist 4, San Fernando 1
Venice 13, Bell 2
Cleveland 15, Long Beach Jordan 8
Lincoln 11, Long Beach Jordan 1
Long Beach Poly 2, Narbonne 1
Cleveland 13, Fremont 0
Fairfax 3, Washington 2
Van Nuys 3, Fairfax 1
Garfield 17, Palisades 2
Marshall 7, Roosevelt 1
Marshall 5, Dorsey 3
Huntington Park 14, Dorsey 6
L.A. University 10, Long Beach Cabrillo 8
Friday, March 5
Garfield 12, Sacred Heart of Jesus 1
Debbie Lopez went three for three with a three run home run and Cathleen Fuentes pitched a complete game with six strikeouts to lead Garfield (3-0).
Lincoln 11, Bell 3
Alverno 5, Belmont 0
Sylmar 16, Chatsworth 2
Angelina Gonzalez had a solo home run for Sylmar (2-0).
Thursday, March 4
Bell 11, L.A. Wilson 3
Visiting Bell improves to 2-0.
Birmingham 3, Eagle Rock 0
Pauline Morquecho (1-0) threw a two-hitter and struck out two to lead host Birmingham (1-1) past Eagle Rock (1-1).
Gardena 19, Manual Arts 0 (4 1/2 innings)
Dovie Tuli went four for four with a pair of three-run homers, eight RBIs and four runs scored to lead Gardena (2-0). Manual Arts is 0-1.
Granada Hills Kennedy 9, Sun Valley Poly 0
Vanessa Gonzalez had a solo home run and a triple for visiting Kennedy (1-1).
Lincoln 5, Bravo 2
Mayra Oliden had two hits and four stolen bases and Virginia Saucedo hit a two-run home run for host Lincoln (2-0). Bravo (0-2) scored on an unearned run and a fielder's choice in the second inning.
San Fernando 9, Cleveland 0
Selena Salazar (2-0) threw a perfect game and struck out 15 for host San Fernando (2-0). Salazar also went three for four with two RBIs. Cleveland is 0-1.
Garfield 21, Avalon 6
Erika Alvarez (1-0) allowed three hits and struck out four for visiting Garfield (2-0). Avalon is 0-1.
Wednesday, March 3
Eagle Rock 2, Verdugo Hills 1 (8 innings)
Desiree Cunan scored the winning run on a fielding error with the bases loaded in the eighth inning and Melissa O'Connor pitched a five-hitter with five strikeouts for host Eagle Rock (0-1).
Garfield 5, Franklin 3
Yvette Acuna hit a two-run home run in the first inning and Cathleen Fuentes pitched a complete game with six strikeouts, allowing no earned runs, for host Garfield (1-0). Franklin is 0-1.
Grant 14, Belmont 7
Noney Riddle pitched a complete game with 10 strikeouts to lead host Grant (1-0-1).
Narbonne 4, Venice 1
Sarah Maciel pitched a three-hitter, allowing one unearned run, and struck out six and Monique Ogata went two for three, including a two run triple and one run scored, to lead visiting Narbonne (2-0). Brittany Garland went one for three with a run and Erika Honda batted two for four with one RBI for the Gauchos. Venice is 2-3-1.
Sun Valley Poly 7, Reseda 1
Melissa Tachias hit a solo home run in the third and Vanesssa Peres went two for two with an RBI triple to lead host Sun Valley Poly (1-0). Sasha Snyder pitched a three-hitter and struck out seven for the Parrots.
Sylmar 4, Lake Balboa Birmingham 1
Freshman Stephanie Boshae pitched 15 innings, allowing 12 hits with seven strikeouts, and had a two-run double and freshman Amanda Rivera scored the go-ahead run off a bunt in the 15th inning to lead visiting Sylmar (1-0).
Van Nuys 8, L.A. CES 6
Rhonda Bulware went three for three with a triple and two RBIs to lead host Van Nuys (2-0) over L.A. CES (0-2).
L.A. University 18, USC-MaST 3
Tuesday, March 2
Los Angeles 14, L.A. Jordan 6
Crystal Romero hit a solo home run in the fifth and was the winning pitcher, throwing six innings and striking out four, to lead host Los Angeles (1-0). Kathia Garcia went three for three with a three-run homer and and RBI double and Lissette Cardenas hit a grand slam in the fourth for Los Angeles.
Monday, March 1
Bell 7, Bravo 4
Bell is 1-0. Bravo is 0-1.
Carson 7, South Gate 0
Senior Danira Iolamo had a no-hitter with 11 strikeouts and three walks and senior Veronica Ramos had a double, a home run and three RBIs to lead host Carson (1-0). South Gate is 0-1.
Dorsey 28, Middle College 0 (5 innings)
Andrea Small threw a one-hitter with 10 strikeouts, Spechelle Vickers had a home run and five RBIs and Sammy Cunningham had two hits and scored four runs for Dorsey in the season opener for both teams.
Gardena 21, Belmont 3
Dovie Tuli had a double, triple and five RBIs, Tenelle Luafalemana had a double, triple and three RBIs, Juliana Kronberger had a home run and five RBIs and Diana Lopez had a home run and four RBIs to lift host Gardena (1-0). Pitcher Kristin Gorman had five strikeouts for Gardena. Belmont is 0-1.
L.A. Hamilton 14, LACES 13
Vanessa De Paz was three for four with a solo home run and Katie O'Connor went two for four with a double and three runs batted in to lead host L.A. Hamilton (1-0) over LACES (0-1).
Lincoln 10, Roosevelt 3
Myra Oliden had two hits and three stolen bases and Ariana Rebollar had two hits to lift visiting Lincoln (1-0). Roosevelt is 0-1.
Locke 12, King-Drew 4
Viveca Ycoy threw a complete game with 11 strikeouts to lead host Locke (1-0) past King-Drew (0-1).
Narbonne 7, L.A. Wilson 1
Senior Sarah Maciel had 13 strikeouts, three walks and gave up no hits in five innings and sophomore Jessica Maciel had five strikeouts, one unearned run and one walk in two innings to lift host Narbonne (1-0). Sarah Maciel had one double and one RBI and Monique Ogata had one single and one RBI for Narbonne. Wilson is 0-1.
San Pedro 5, Westchester 0
Senior Ashley Esparza pitched a one-hitter with 15 strikeouts and hit a two-run home run to lead San Pedro (1-0) past host Westchester (0-1).
Van Nuys 21, North Hollywood 1
Denise Rios was four for four with two doubles and Cynthia Cortez was four for five with a double to lead Van Nuys (1-0) past host North Hollywood (0-1).