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Saturday, April 3
Garfield 2, L.A. Marshall 1 (5 1/2 innings, time limit)
Allison Marin had the game-winning RBI triple in the fifth inning to lead Garfield (13-2).
Crenshaw 8, Fairfax 1
Gardena Serra 5, Long Beach Jordan 1
South Gate 19, Long Beach Jordan 0
Wilmington Banning 12, L.A. Hamilton 3
Thursday, April 1
Crenshaw 9, Fremont 5
Kenora Posey stole three bases and pitched a four-hitter with five strikeouts for visiting Crenshaw (4-3, 3-0). Altanea Mannor hit a three-run home run in the sixth inning and Raeshanda Levingston hit a solo home run in the fourth for the Cougars.
Locke 8, Dorsey 7
Viveca Ycoy pitched a four-hitter with seven strikeouts and two walks and went two for three with a solo home run and the game-tying two-run single in the seventh and finished with four RBIs to lead visiting Locke (4-4, 2-1). Sky Blue had the game-winning RBI in the seventh for Locke. Dorsey is 2-1 in league
Carson 9, Gardena 0
Lotlita Valdez (2-0) struck out eight and allowed four hits for her second shut out, Christina Schallig went two for three with two runs and and one RBI, and Liz Vasquez added two hits and a run scored to lead visiting No. 13 Carson (12-2, 3-0). Gardena is 10-5, 1-2.
San Pedro 3, Narbonne 0
Senior Ashley Esparza threw a no-hitter, striking out 10 and walking only three, for the host Pirates (13-2, 3-1), ranked No. 14 by The Times. It was the sixth shutout of the season for Esparza (7-0), who has signed with Penn State. She also had two hits and one run batted in. Stephanie Tam and Courtney Lyons each had two hits and Tam had an RBI. Narbonne falls to 9-5, 0-3.
WEST VALLEY LEAGUE
El Camino Real 22, Chatsworth 1
Shasta Lionetti-Balzer went two for three with a home run, four runs scored and five RBIs to lead host El Camino Real (11-2, 3-0) past Chatsworth (0-3 league).
Fairfax 19, L.A. University 8 (5 innings)
Winning pitcher Sandy Wilson struck out six and allowed one hit in three innings of relief and Tiffany Garcia went three for three with four RBIs to lead host Fairfax (2-1 in league). Diana Zavala went two for four with three RBIs, Celina Jimenez was two for three with three RBIs and Tiffany Reeves had one hit, four runs and five stolen bases for the Lions.
Palisades 8, L.A. Hamilton 3
Rachel Abraham (2-4) pitched a complete game with five strikeouts and Jocelyn Mechem went two for three with two RBIs to lead host Palisades (9-6, 2-1).
Westchester 4, Venice 0
Shannon Jennings went two for four with an RBI, Allison Jackson had a two-run single and Jennifer Hodrick (9-4) struck out six in a four-hitter for visiting Westchester (10-4, 3-0). Venice is 9-8-1, 2-1.
Wednesday, March 31
Bravo 25, Downtown Business Magnet 1 (5 innings)
Erica Nava had four hits and five RBIs for host Bravo (6-3, 3-0).
USC-MaST 18, Sherman Oaks 4 (4 innings)
Cindy Vasquez had three hits, including a double, six RBIs and pitched a one-hitter with two earned runs for host USC-MaST (5-2, 3-0).
Lincoln 3, L.A. Marshall 1
Mayra Oliden of Lincoln (13-1, 6-0) went two for three with a triple, two runs scored and two stolen bases at Marshall (3-2 in league).
SUNSET SIX LEAGUE
Canoga Park 3, Sun Valley Poly 0
Stacy Milne (8-5) pitched a five-hitter with 11 strikeouts and one walk and Pamela Josefat hit a home run for Canoga Park (8-5, 3-0). Sasha Snyder allowed 10 hits for host Poly (10-7, 1-2).
Verdugo Hills 12, Grant 0
Mindy Lockhart (2-5) struck out nine in a one-hitter and Tarrin Martin was four for five with a two-run home run, three RBIs and three runs scored for host Verdugo Hills (4-7, 3-0). Grant is 2-6-1, 1-2.
Monday, March 29
Crenshaw 19, Jefferson 2 (6 innings)
Chanel Brantley (3-3) threw a two-hitter with 13 strikeouts, Kanora Posey went five for five with eight stolen bases and four runs scored and Sherill Johnson went two for three with five stolen bases to lead visiting Crenshaw (3-3, 2-0).
Dorsey 13, Manual Arts 1 (5 innings)
Andrea Small had six strikeouts in a complete game victory, Sammy Cunningham scored four runs and Spechelle Vickers had three RBIs to lead visiting Dorsey (5-4, 2-0).
Locke 18, Fremont 8
Junior Viveca Ycoy, who was all-league last year, picthed a complete game with seven strikeouts, giving up three earned runs and three walks and went three for four with a double and three RBIs to lead visiting Locke (3-4, 1-1). Fremont is 1-1 in league.
King-Drew 15, Elizabeth 3 (5 innings)
Traci Robinson (3-1) threw a four-hitter with five strikeouts, Danielle Williams went two for four with a two-run home run, Andrea Cole went four for four with a double, a triple and two RBIs, Ashley Hall went three for three with a RBI and Shayna Hawkins went three for five a triple to lead host King-Drew (3-2, 1-1).
Garfield 18, Roosevelt 2 (5 innings)
Senior Erika Alvarez went six for six with two doubles, five RBIs and six stolen bases and pitched a one-hitter in five innings and freshman Jennifer Blanco went three for three with three runs scored and five stolen bases to lead visiting Garfield (12-2, 2-0). Roosevelt is 0-2 in league.
Bravo 13, Valley Alternative 1
Bravo improved to 5-3, 1-0. Host Valley Alternative fell to 0-5, 0-2.
USC-MaST 13, Downtown Magnets 5
Cindy Vacquez threw a one-hitter with 10 strikeouts and five walks for USC-MaST (5-2, 2-0).
Carson 13, Washington 0
Sophomore Christina Schallig (3-0) pitched a no-hitter, her second of the season, with 11 strikeouts and three walks and went two for four with a solo home run in the sixth inning to lead host Carson (11-2, 2-0). Washington is 4-5, 0-2.
San Pedro 6, Gardena 0
Senior Ashley Esparza (6-0) threw a two-hitter and struck out a career high 16, Stephanie Tam went two for four with two RBIs and Angela Godoy went one for three with a double and two RBIs to lead host San Pedro ( 12-2, 2-0) past Gardena (9-4, 1-1).
Wilmington Banning 8, Narbonne 0
Wilmington Banning improves to 10-3, 1-1. Narbonne drops to 9-4, 0-2.
Eagle Rock 12, Belmont 1 (5 innings)
Diana Garcia (2-2) threw a three-hitter with six strikeouts and went two for four with a triple and two RBIs and junior Vanessa Escobar went two for three to lead host Eagle Rock (7-6, 4-1) past Belmont (2-3 in league).
Lincoln 15, Los Angeles 2
Jocelyn Pedraza, Ariana Revollar and Myra Oliden each went three for three and Oliden had five stolen bases to lead host Lincoln (12-1, 5-0) past Los Angeles (0-5 in league).
SUNSET SIX LEAGUE
Canoga Park 3, Grant 1
Riane Johnson went three for four with an RBI and Stacy Milne and Sarah Hasenfus each went two for four to lead Canoga Park (7-5, 7-5).
Sun Valley Poly 26, Hollywood 0 (5 innings)
Sophomore Sasha Snyder (8-3) pitched a no-hitter with six strikeouts in five innings and Leslie Herrera hit a grand slam in the first inning and Rachel Ortiz had two home runs for five RBIs to lead host Sun Valley Poly (10-6, 1-1).
VALLEY MISSION LEAGUE
Monroe 10, Van Nuys 7
Veronica Guzman went three for four with two runs scored and two RBIs to lead host Monroe (3-8, 1-1) past Van Nuys (7-4, 0-2).
San Fernando 1, Granada Hills Kennedy 0
Selena Salazar pitched a two-hitter with 16 strikeouts and Adriana Harrington singled in the only run in the bottom of the fourth to lead host San Fernando (7-6, 2-0) past Granada Hills Kennedy (6-7, 1-1).
Verdugo Hills 6, North Hollywood 1
Pitcher Mindy Lockhart (1-3) had 15 strikeouts and pitched a no-hitter for Verdugo Hills (3-7, 2-0). Host North Hollywood fell to 0-2 in league.
WEST VALLEY LEAGUE
El Camino Real 7, Birmingham 1
Sophomore Sarah Bass went two for four with one RBI, one double and two runs scored and sophomore Megan Miller (8-2) pitched a four-hitter with one walk and 10 strikeouts to lead visiting El Camino Real (10-2, 2-0). Birmingham is 10-3, 1-1.
Venice 22, L.A. University 3
Belinda Leos went three for five with two doubles and five runs scored, Utibe Ate went three for three with four runs scored, Michelle Sierra went five for six with a home run and four RBIs and Sarina Dominguez went two for five with a home run and three RBIs for visiting Venice (9-7, 2-0). Andrea Huerta (3-4) pitched the last five innings in relief and gave up no hits and no runs for the Gondoliers.
Westchester 14, Palisades 0
Jennifer Hodrick (8-4) threw a no-hitter with 14 strikeouts and no walks, senior Jennifer Reed went three for five with two runs scored and two RBIs and freshman Amanda Steele went three for five with two runs scored, three RBIs and six stolen bases to lead visiting Westchester (9-4, 2-0).
Fairfax 14, Hamilton 2