City Section

Thursday, April 22


Crenshaw 20, Jefferson 0 (6 innings)
Chachera Brantley (2-1) pitched a perfect game and struck out 16 for host Crenshaw (10-5, 7-0). Brantley also stole five bases, and her sister Chanel Brantley went three for four and scored four runs for the Cougars.

Dorsey 30, Manual Arts 3 (5 innings)
Shameka Smith hit two home runs, including a grand slam, and had a single, seven RBIs and five runs scored, Stechelle Vickers and Tiesha Thomas each scored four runs, and Andrea Small struck out eight for host Dorsey (8-6, 5-2).

Locke 7, Fremont 6 (8 innings)
Freida Auelua scored the winning run on a single by Precious Reynolds in the bottom of the eighth inning and junior left-hander Viveca Ycoy (5-4) had three hits to increase her batting average to .667 and pitched a four-hitter with eight strikeouts for second-place Locke (8-5, 5-2). Fremont (5-7, 3-4) tied the game with three runs in the top of the seventh inning.


Bravo 16, Valley Alternative 0 (5 innings)
Sophomore shortstop Zandra Topete hit for the cycle, getting a single, double, triple and home run in four at-bats, scored three runs and drove in another for the Knights (10-3, 6-0) at Reseda High. Sophomore left-hander Jessica Villegas (10-3) threw a one-hitter with eight strikeouts.


Carson 19, Washington 3 (6 innings)
Christina Schallig (6-0) struck out seven and allowed no hits in three innings and had two hits, including her fifth home run of the season, to lead visiting Carson (22-5, 6-1), ranked No. 15 by The Times. Washington is 4-10, 0-7

San Pedro 11, Gardena 0 (5 innings)
Ashley Esparza (10-1) allowed two hits and struck out nine in four innings to get the win for visiting San Pedro (17-3, 6-1), ranked No. 16 by The Times. Jackie Conlin went three for four with two RBIs for the Pirates. Gardena is 10-8, 2-5.

Wilmington Banning 13, Narbonne 0
Host Banning improves to 5-2 in league. Narbonne is 11-7, 2-5.


Lincoln 14, L.A. Wilson 0
Mayra Oliden went three for three with two RBIs and four stolen bases to lead host Lincoln (16-3, 8-2). Cindy Trejo (15-3) allowed three hits in five innings and struck out six with no walks to get the win for the Tigers. L.A. Wilson is 5-10, 3-7.


El Camino Real 6, Birmingham 0
Megan Miller (11-3) allowed three hits to record her seventh shutout and Kelley Oswald had a three-run triple for host El Camino Real (16-3, 7-0).


Venice 13, L.A. University 3
Andrea Huerta went three for four with three RBIs and hit a solo home run to lead off the third inning for host Venice (13-8, 6-1). Utibe Ate went three for four and Michele Sierra went two for three with two RBIs for the Gondoliers. Sierra also allowed four hits in six innings to improve to 6-0 as a pitcher.

Westchester 12, Palisades 0
Jennifer Hodrick went two for four with a grand slam, her fourth home run of the year, DeNean Woods went two for three with three runs scored and Amanda Steele went three for three with a home run, three runs scored and three RBIs to lead host Westchester (14-4, 7-0).

Wednesday, April 21


L.A. CES 4, King-Drew 2
Maggie Hoyt had nine strikeouts in seven innings to lead L.A. CES. Treyci Robinson (6-2) pitched a complete game with six strikeouts and had two stolen bases and a run scored, and Sierra Jewell stole three bases and scored the other run for host King-Drew (6-4, 4-3).


Garfield 31, Roosevelt 8
Yvette Acuna was four for four, including a triple, a double and a three-run home run, with seven RBIs, Jennifer Blanco was four for five with a double, five RBIs, and Alejandra Parra was four for four, including a two-run home run, with four RBIs to lead host Garfield (17-4, 4-1). Eliana Murillo was three for four with two doubles and an RBI for the Bulldogs. Roosevelt is 1-5 in league.


Bravo 25, Downtown Magnets 0 (5 innings)
Jessica Villegas (9-3) pitched a one-hitter with 10 strikeouts and Jessica Falas had four hits and three RBIs for Bravo (9-3, 5-0) at Downtown Magnets (0-8, 0-5).

Sherman Oaks CES 19, USC-MaST 1 (5 innings)
Victoria Ransom went three for four with a triple, a home run and five RBIs and Brooke Koenig (4-1) threw a one-hitter with 10 strikeouts to lead host Sherman Oaks CES (4-2, 4-2).


Canoga Park 9, Grant 0
Catcher Riane Johnson had a single, a home run and five RBIs and Stacy Milne (10-6) pitched a no-hitter with nine strikeouts for host Canoga Park (11-6, 6-1). Grant is 4-8-1, 3-4.

Sun Valley Poly 42, Hollywood 0
Maira Castaneda (5-3) pitched a three-hitter with 12 strikeouts and Melissa Tachias went six for nine with 12 RBIs and hit for the cycle for visiting Sun Valley Poly (14-7, 5-2).

Verdugo Hills 23, North Hollywood 0
Mindy Lockhart (3-4) threw a perfect game with 14 strikeouts, Heather Kelley went three for four with a two-run double, two grand slams, four runs scored and 11 RBIs, and Caitlin Hackett went three for five with a grand slam for host Verdugo Hills (7-8, 6-1). Whitney Stanley went three for three with four runs scored and four RBIs for the Dons. North Hollywood drops to 1-6 in league.

Tuesday, April 20


Canoga Park 14, Hollywood 0
Stacy Milne (10-6) struck out 14 over seven innings and Savanah Webb went two for two, including a home run and five RBIs, to lead visiting Canoga Park (10-6, 5-0).

Monday, April 19


Crenshaw 7, Locke 0
Kenora Posey was three for four with seven steals and three runs and pitcher Chachera Brantley (1-1) had 19 strikeouts to lead host Crenshaw (9-5, 6-0).


King-Drew 35, Middle College 2 (5 innings)
Treyci Robinson (6-1) pitched four innings allowing no hits with five strikeouts and went six for six including two doubles, a home run, six RBIs, six runs scored and had seven stolen bases, Danielle Williams went three for six including a home run, four RBIs, four stolen bases and four runs scored and Saudia Sutton went two for two with two RBIs, two runs scored and four stolen bases to lead host King-Drew (6-3, 4-2).

L.A. CES 10, Elizabeth 0 (5 innings)
Maggie Hoyt (7-1) pitched five innings with seven strikeouts and went two for three including two doubles for host L.A. CES (7-4, 7-0).


Sherman Oaks CES 19, Downtown Magnets 0 (6 innings)
Brooke Koenig pitched a shutout with 17 strikeouts for visiting Sherman Oaks CES (3-2).

USC-MaST 20, Valley Alternative 8
Pitcher Cindy Vasquez had 12 strikeouts and Michelle Toleto had four RBIs to lead visiting USC-MaST (6-3, 5-1).


Carson 10, Narbonne 0
Starting pitcher Lolita Valdez (5-0) had three strikeouts and a walk in five innings and Krissy Sefe threw the final two innings to combine for the no-hitter and Christina Schallig was two for four with a triple, three RBIs and three runs to lead No. 8 Carson (21-5, 5-1) past Narbonne (11-6, 2-4).

Gardena 14, Washington 1
Sophomore Tenelle Luafalemana was three for three with two doubles, five RBIs and two runs to lead host Gardena (19-7, 2-4) past Washington (0-6 in league).

San Pedro 10, Wilmington Banning 0
Ashley Esparza (9-1) allowed two infeild hits with six striekouts over seven innings for her eighth shutout of the season, Stephanie Tam went three for four including a double and a triple with two RBIs and Nicole Castagnola went three for four including two doubles and two RBIs for host San Pedro (16-3, 5-1), ranked No. 16 by The Times. Jen Murillo had both hits for Wilmington Banning (16-3-1, 4-2).


Eagle Rock 1, L.A. Marshall 0
Melissa O'Connor (8-4) threw a four-hitter with 11 strikeouts and two walks for Eagle Rock (10-6, 8-1), which scored an unearned run in the third inning. Christina Salazar (10-8) threw a two-hitter with seven strikeouts and two walks for Marshall (13-9, 6-3).

Lincoln 14, Belmont 5
Francine Perez went three for four, including a double, with one run scored and two RBIs and Jocelyn Pedraza had two hits and pitched one scoreless inning in relief to lead visiting Lincoln (14-3, 7-2) over Belmont (5-11, 3-6)


Sun Valley Poly 4, Verdugo Hills 3
Poly scored four runs in the bottom of the seventh to win the game, with Francis Earl singling in Vanessa Perez to finish the rally for the Parrots (13-7, 4-2). Tarrin Martin had three hits, including a run-scoring triple, for Verdugo Hills (6-8, 5-1).


Granada Hills Kennedy 8, Reseda 0
Junior Christina Garcia went one for three with three RBIs for visiting Granada Hills Kennedy (9-8, 4-2). Reseda is 1-5 in league.


El Camino Real 24, Cleveland 2
Sophomore catcher Francesca Enea had four hits, including two doubles and a home run, and drove in eight runs for El Camino Real (15-3, 6-0). Shasta Lionetti-Balser went three for three with two RBIs and three runs and Sarah Bunetto had two hits with four RBIs and three runs.


Venice 19, Hamilton 0 (5 innings)
Michelle Sierra struck out six over five innings, allowing one hit and went four for four including two doubles, two runs scored and two RBIs, Belinda Leos went one for two with five runs scored, three stolen bases and three RBIs and Talia Gallina had a double, triple and two runs scored for Venice (12-8, 5-1) at Hamilton (0-6 league).

Westchester 18, L.A. University 0 (5 innings)
Brittany Franklin went four for five with three runs scored and six RBIs, including two doubles and a two-run home run in the third inning, and Amanda Steele went three for three with four runs scored and five RBIs, including a grand slam in the second inning, to lead visiting Westchester (13-4, 6-0). L.A. Universtiy is 9-7, 1-5.