Saturday, April 3
Diamond Ranch 5, Pomona Catholic 1
Tournament MVP Amanda Klimczak (12-1) struck out 13 in a two-hitter with one unearned run for Diamond Rach (13-1, 5-0), ranked No. 15 by The Times. Teammate and All-Tournament Team selection Jenna Toothman was one for three with an RBI and a run scored. Ashley Munoz was also selected for the All-Tournament Team.
Glendora 3, El Dorado 0
Junior Jessica Alvarez pitched a three-hitter with three walks and junior Christie Crowell went two for three with two doubles and one run scored to lead host Glendora (10-5) over No. 16 El Dorado (11-4) at Charter Oak High School.
Los Altos 5, Temple City 2
Host Temple City is 2-11-1.
Garden Grove Pacifica 1, Anaheim Canyon 0
On the strength of a run-scoring triple by Ashlyn Watson, Garden Grove Pacifica defeated Anaheim Canyon, 1-0, to win the Santa Ana Foothill Roundtable Invitational Saturday at Hillview School.
Pacifica (13-2), today ranked second in the Southland, emerged from eight teams, six of whom were ranked by The Times. The Mariners had been ranked third, and fourth-ranked Canyon (13-5) had been ranked No. 11.
Junior Brittany Weil (10-2) outdueled Canyon's Lisa Geer (8-1), allowing two hits to Geer's three. Weil struck out five, and got the run she needed in the sixth inning when Crystal Vieyra got aboard on one of Canyon's four errors. Watson hit a long fly off the center field fence, Canyon outfielders collided, and Vieyra scored easily.
"I wasn't watching," said Watson,a junior designated hitter who was batting cleanup. "I was just hoping it would get past the outfielders."
It did. It wasn't the longest ball she's ever hit - but it was close.
"She hit one against [No. 22] Garden Grove on Thursday about 245 feet, a flippin' missile," Weil said. "We knew this game would come down to execution or a big hit."
Pacifica held the advantage on both ends, and ended the tournament with four victories over teams ranked in The Times' top 25, including No. 20 Sun Valley Village Christian, No. 13 Carson and No. 21 Foothill. Those teams are today ranked Nos. 12, 8 and 18.
"That's what we're about," Weil said. "We want to play the tough games. We're happy to play Carson, face [Village Christian pitcher Lauren] Nydam, Foothill. That's what makes you better, win or lose.
"At the Mohave tournament, we came out of there better by losing those two games."
Even more impressive, Pacifica has four freshmen in the starting lineup.
"They have definitely proven themselves," Weil said. "They got the opportunity and they wanted to make the most of it."
Norco 1, Village Christian 0
Senior Daniela Urincho scored off an error by the third baseman in the fouth and came in the final inning to get the save, and junior Keri Davison pitched a three-hitter in her first game of the year and had two hits to help lift visiting No. 2 Norco (12-2). Village Christian (7-3) is ranked No. 20 by The Times.
Carson 3, Esperanza 1
Senior Danira Iolamo pitched a five-hitter with 13 strikeouts and one unearned run, senior Liz Vasquez went four for four with one RBI and Christina Schallig went two for two with a double, one RBI and one run scored for visiting No. 13 Carson (13-3). Esperanza is 6-7-1.
Foothill 4, California 0
Foothill, ranked No. 21, improves to 9-7-1.
Anaheim Canyon 1, Norco 0
Senior Katie Varchetto hit a two-out triple in the fourth inning to drive in the game-winning run for host No. 11 Anaheim Canyon in an upset over No. 2 Norco.
Pacifica 5, Foothill 0
Freshman Stephanie Ochoa had three hits, including two doubles, and drove in three runs for the No. 3 Mariners. Camille Hundley (3-0) picked up the victory, allowing only two hits and striking out five against No. 21 Foothill.
Village Christian 1, Carson 0 (8 innings)
Amy Servillo's single broke up a perfect game by Danira Iolamo of No. 13 after 6 1/3 innings, and was the only offense the Crusaders could mount until the teams went to the international tiebreaker in the eighth inning. Laura Stone began the inning at second base, stole third, and scored when Jackie Ruiz hit a bouncer back to Iolamo, but in trying to nab Stone off third base threw the ball away allowing the winning run to score. Iolamo allowed only one hit and struck out 15 in seven innings. The Colts got three hits off Village Christian pitcher Lauren Nydam, two by Liz Vasquez. Village Christian is 7-2.
Esperanza 4, California 2
Laguna Hills 4, Rosary 2
Mandi Eliades drove in two runs for the No. 20 Hawks (15-4) and pitcher Sam Hamner (13-2) was named the tournament MVP after winning five games. No. 21 Rosary dropped to 11-5.
Oxford Academy 6, Cerritos 2
Ashley Materon hit a grand slam in the first and finished with five RBIs to lead Oxford Academy (13-4).
Rosary 18, St. Paul 5
Nicole Churnock went three for five with four RBIs, including a three-run home run in the third inning, Katie Chifcian went two for four with two runs scored and a three-run home run in the sixth inning and Morgan Eiler went two for four with a two-run home run in the fourth inning to lead visiting No. 19 Rosary (11-4). St. Paul is 7-2-1.
Laguna Hills 11, Tesoro 0
Fifth Place Semifinals
Sonora 2, Oxford Academy 0
Consolation Pool Play
Savanna 14, Long Beach Poly 4
Senior catcher Vivian Garcia went three for four with a triple and Heather Mills went three for five with three runs scored for visiting Savannah (11-4). Long Beach Poly is 2-9-1.
Savanna 10, St. Monica 0
Vivian Garcia went two for three with three RBIs, including a two-run home run in the second inning, and Kelly Lopez, Ashley Dozier and Corianne Felix each hit a home run for visiting Savannah (12-4). St. Monica is 11-5.
Gardena Serra 5, Long Beach Jordan 1
South Gate 19, Long Beach Jordan 0
Mayfield 11, Webb 2
Colleen Anderson pitched a four-hitter with four strikeouts and Nikki Virdone and Sydney Tanigawa each tripled for Mayfield (6-6, 1-2) at Webb.
Hemet 3-4 Fontana 1-1
Jessica Beaver (10-3) was three for seven on the day with two doubles and an RBI, and she threw a three-hitter with one earned run in the second game for Hemet (14-3). Hemet's Bekah Camacho was four for seven with two RBIs, and Lacy Schneider was three for four in the first game. Fontana is 10-4.
Los Alamitos 12-3, Hart 1-1
On the day, sophomore Janelle Zuniga went six for six with a double, a triple, two runs scored and three RBIs and junior Jessica DeMatteo went five for six with a double, a triple, two RBIs and three runs scored to lead host Los Alamitos (8-4).
Mater Dei 1, Camarillo 0
Brianna Santos (7-0) threw a three-hitter with seven strikeouts and Tonye McCorkle singled, stole second and scored on a single by Kristen Pocock in the fourth inning for visiting No. 4 Mater Dei (13-2) over No. 24 Camarillo (9-5).
Friday, April 2
Oxford Academy 12, St. Margaret's 1
Visiting Oxford improves to 12-3, 2-0. St. Margaret's drops to 1-7, 0-2.
BAY/OCEAN LEAGUE CROSSOVER
Mira Costa 7, Redondo 1
Host Mira Costa is 10-4, 5-0. Redondo is 5-4, 2-2.
Dos Pueblos 2, Ventura 0
Sophomore Kimi Wong (11-0) pitched a two-hitter and hit a solo homerunin the second inning to lift host No. 12 Dos Pubelos (11-0-1, 4-0).Eileen Kolegraff hit a single, then stole second base with two outs andscored the team's second run off a RBI single by Megan Enyeart in thefifth inning for Dos Pueblos. Ventura is 10-3, 2-2.
CITRUS BELT LEAGUE
Fontana 10, Miller 0 (5 innings)
Sophomore right-hander Gabby Smith (8-1) pitched a one-hitter with four strikeouts and went three-for-three with a double and two RBIs for Fontana (10-2). Kim Waleszonia went three-for-three and Laura Guerrero added two hits and two RBIs for the Steelers, who won by way of the 10-run mercy rule. Erin Garcia broke up Smith's perfect game with a two-out, two-strike single in the bottom of the fifth inning for Miller (1-11).
Oaks Christian 16, Santa Clara 0
Freshman Taylor Schlopy (8-0) threw a no-hitter with a career-high 17 strikeouts and went one for two with a walk, Amber Peterson went three for four with a home run and three RBIs and Kaslin Tucker went two for four with a home run and two RBIs to lead host Oaks Christian (13-0, 6-0) over Santa Clara (3-7, 2-4).
GOLDEN WEST LEAGUE
Costa Mesa 6, Orange 2
Uyen Mai was three for four for Costa Mesa (6-9, 2-1), while Jane-E Yamamoto went two for two. Orange is also 2-1 in league.
Santa Ana 4, Estancia 0
Mallory Marquez threw a one-hitter and Diana Quezada went two for three with a home run and two runs scored for Santa Ana (10-2-1, 2-1). Eatncia is 4-9, 1-3.
Canyon Springs 2, Riverside Poly 0
Jessica Adolph of Canyon Springs (13-3, 5-0) got by with 16 ground balls to shut out No. 7 Riverside Poly (9-3, 4-1) with a two-hitter, outdueling Mindy Cowles, who allowed three hits.
Providence 8, Avalon 3
Sophomore Danielle Austin was four for four with a triple and two RBIs for host Providence (4-8, 2-2). Junior Sarah Anderson was two for four with a triple and and RBI. Sophomore Chloe Contreras was two for three with an RBI. Avalon is 7-4, 2-1.
Alemany 6, Louisville 2
Jen Day had eight strikeouts and Miranda Ponce stole home during a four-run third inning for visiting Alemany (4-8, 1-1).
Chaminade 5, Flintridge Sacred Heart 1
Kim Milkovech had a solo home run for visiting Chaminade (4-4-1, 1-0).
MOUNTAIN VIEW LEAGUE
Corona 7, La Sierra 0
Brittany Barger (7-4) struck out nine and allowed three hits over seven innings and Brooke LeSage and Elise Arrietta each had two RBIs to lead visiting No. 5 Corona (8-4, 3-2) over La Sierra (5-7, 0-5).
Corona Santiago 5, Jurupa Valley 1
Crystal Gutierrez went two for three with a double and a run scored and Taryne Mowatt (10-1) struck out 10 while allowing three hits over seven innings and went one for two with an RBI and two walks and Jessica Meca went one for one with a run scored to lead host No. 1 Corona Santiago (14-1, 5-0). Jurupa Valley is 2-3 in league.
Norco 5, Corona Centennial 0
Daniela Urincho (11-1) pitched a one-hitter with 10 strikeouts and Nikki Lowe had two hits, including a triple and two RBIs, for host Norco (11-1), ranked No. 2 by The Times. A two-out single in the fifth inning by Desiree Harris was the only hit for Centennial (1-4 in league).
MT. BALDY LEAGUE
Don Lugo 16, Ontario 1
Brittany Martinez went seven innings with 10 strikeouts and allowed one hit, Crystal Carwile went four for five with four RBIs, three runs scored and triple, Vanessa Briones went three for five with two RBIs, two runs scored and triple and Renee Ramos went three for five with two RBIs, one run scored and a double to lead visiting Don Lugo (12-3, 4-1).
PACIFIC VIEW LEAGUE
Camarillo 7, Channel Islands 0
Diamond Bar 3, Chino 0
Brittany LaRosa (5-1) pitched a two-hitter with three strikeouts and singed to score Crystal Gonzalez in the first inning for Diamond Bar (8-3, 3-2). Marissa Nichols hit a two RBI single in the seventh inning for the Brahmas. Amber Bennett and Janet Rojo each singled for host Chino (8-5, 1-4).
Glendora 4, Chino Hills 3
Senior shortstop Molly Vitelli went two for four with a run scored for visiting Glendora (9-5, 2-3). Senior pitcher Nicole Berry (6-3) threw a complete-game six-hitter for Glendora. Chino is 2-3 in league.
Rosary 14, Santa Margarita 0
Senior Nicole Churnock went three for three with a single, a double and a triple and three runs scored and two RBIs, and senior Morgan Eyler also went three for three with a single, a double and a triple and two runs scored and three RBIs to lead host Rosary (10-4, 1-0). Santa Margarita is 2-8, 0-1.
Temescal Canyon 11, Rancho Verde 0 (5 innings)
Sophomore Rachel Holmes (1-0) pitched a no-hitter for host Temescal Canyon (8-2-1, 2-0-1).
La Mirada 6, Glenn 0
Lacy Tyler went seven innings with nine strikeouts and allowed one hit, Alexi Trujillo went two for three with a double, two stolen bases and a run scored, Alyssa Gutierrez went three for three with two runs scored and Amanda Fernandez went two for three with three RBIs to lead host La Mirada (9-3, 4-0) over Glenn (9-4-1, 2-2).
San Pedro 1, Lakewood 0
Stephanie Tam went two for three with a double and scored the game-winning run on the RBI sacrifice fly by Nicole Castagnola in the bottom of the seventh inning and Ashley Esparza (8-0) allowed one hit and struck out nine over seven innings for host No. 14 San Pedro (14-2, 3-0). Ashley Mitchell went seven innings with seven strikeouts and allowed three hits for Lakewood (5-5-1).
Pasadena Poly 7, Arcadia 0
MacKenzie Smith went seven innings, struck out 11 and allowed three hits, Alessandra Giampaolo had two hits, a triple, two runs scored and three RBIs and Larkin Brogan had two hits and a run scored to lead host Pasadena Poly (5-4, 3-0) over Arcadia (0-13).
Thursday, April 1
Cerritos Valley Christian 3, Whittier Christian 1
Stacey Lyon went three for three with one RBI for host Cerritos Valley Christian (9-3, 1-0). Whittier Christian is 3-5-1, 0-1.
Anaheim Canyon 1, El Dorado 0
Lisa Geer (8-0) struck out 10 in a two-hitter and Heather Slettvet had two triples and drove in Katie Varchetto to lift No. 11 Anaheim Canyon (12-4, 2-0). Alyssa Freight (7-1) pitched a four-hitter with one earned run for No. 15 El Dorado (11-3, 1-1).
Brea Olinda 2, El Modena 1
Amanda Vanover drove in the winning run in the bottom of the fourth inning to lead Brea Olinda (7-7, 1-0) over No. 23 El Modena (0-2 in league).
Canyon Country Canyon 7, Burbank Burroughs 3
Jenny French went three for four with two doubles, one RBI and one run scored for host Canyon (6-10, 1-0). Burroughs is 7-2, 0-1 in league.
Hart 1, Valencia 0
Robyn Kontra threw a three-hitter with nine strikeouts and no walks and Jen Whitcomb scored the game-winning run on a throwing error in the bottom of the seventh to lead Hart (4-4-1, 1-0), which snapped a seven-game losing streak against Valencia. Christina Ross pitched a one-hitter with seven strikeouts for visiting No. 10 Valencia (9-2, 0-1).
GARDEN GROVE LEAGUE
Garden Grove Pacifica 12, Garden Grove 0 (5 innings)
Brittany Weil struck out 14 in a two-hit shutout for visiting Garden Grove Pacifica (11-2, 4-0), ranked No. 3 by The Times. Teammates Monica Harrison and Ashlyn Watson each had three-run home runs. No. 22-ranked Garden Grove is 10-1, 2-1.
Garden Grove Santiago 5, Bolsa Grande 0 (6 innings, rain)
Ashley Howard (8-4) pitched a no-hitter and struck out 12 for Santiago in a six-inning game called due to rain. Howard also scored a run after stealing second, third and home. Santiago (9-4, 1-2) recorded 10 stolen bases. Sophia Moreno struck out six for Bolsa Grande (0-4 in league).
Agoura 4, Calabasas 0
Michelle Smith went two for four with an RBI, Brittney DaSilva also went two for four and Alyssa Nielson (5-5) threw a two-hitter with six strikeouts and only allowed one walk to lead visiting Agoura (6-6-1, 2-3).
Thousand Oaks 1, Simi Valley 0
Suzanne Cominski (2-1) threw a two-hitter with nine strikeouts and Kelly Cordeiro went three for three and doubled in the only run in the top of the third inning to lead visiting No. 18 Thousand Oaks (8-1, 4-1) past Simi Valley (5-5-1, 1-4).
Westlake 7, Newbury Park 1
Monica Gonzalez went three for four with two runs scored and Stephanie Savre went two for three with two runs scored for No. 17 Westlake (6-3, 4-1). Tiffany Curtis went two for four for host Newbury Park (5-4, 2-3).
Bonita 4, Charter Oak 0 (5 innings, rain)
Corinne Milligan (6-4) struck out six in a two-hitter, Kelli Ruebsaman had a triple and two RBIs, Gina Gonzalez added a triple and one RBI and Kaitlin Tolan had a double and an RBI for host Bonita (9-5-1, 4-0). Charter Oak is 3-1 in league.
Beverly Hills 14, Morningside 2 (5 innings)
Beverly Hills improves 7-6, 3-2 in league. Morningside is 0-4 in league.
Culver City 6, Leuzinger 0
Porsche Boddicker (8-2) struck out 10 in a two-hit shut out and Blair Brooks had two home runs and three RBIs for host Culver City (9-2, 4-0). Leuzinger is 3-1 in league.
SAN ANDREAS LEAGUE
Colton 6, Yucaipa 5
Amanda Vasquez singled in Jennifer Lawrence in the bottom of the sixth for the winning run to lead host Colton (14-3, 3-0). Yucaipa is 11-6, 1-1.
SOUTH COAST LEAGUE
El Toro 5, Dana Hills 0
El Toro got back-to-back triples from Danielle Quimby and Amanda Ford-Feitz in the fourth inning and Stephanie Churchwell and Sarah Ziegler in the sixth, to lead No. 9 El Toro (12-4, 1-0). Tanza Lewis (8-2) pitched a two-hitter for the Chargers.
King 8, Ramona 0
Sophomore Lindsey Horta (9-4) threw a three-hitter, striking out 13, for host King (11-4, 4-0). Junior Angela Turrey added two hits and four runs batted in. Ramona falls to 1-2 in league.
Marymount 1, Notre Dame Academy 0
Freshman Megan Tryon (4-3) pitched a three-hitter with seven strikeouts and also scored the winning run in the bottom of the seventh, on a hit by Claire Morris for host Marymount (6-3, 2-1). Freshman Taylor Terman also pitched a three hitter, with six strikeouts for Notre Dame Academy (3-1 in league).
La Reina 7, Carpinteria 0
Vicky Brown (3-2) threw a two-hitter with 10 strikeouts and Brianna Jorgensborg went two for three with a double, a run scored and an RBI to lead host La Reina (5-3, 1-0) past Carpinteria (2-8, 0-2).
Downey 1, Newport Harbor 1 (8 innings, rain)
Ashley Gleason (5-4-1) pitched a complete game and struck out five for Newport Harbor (7-6-1). Downey is 5-6-1.
Western Christian 0, Saddleback Valley Christian 0 (8 innings)
Katie Finley (9-1-1) pitched a one-hitter and struck out 14 for Saddleback Valley Christian (9-1-1). Western Christian (4-4-1) recorded 14 strikeouts.
Wednesday, March 31
BAY/OCEAN LEAGUE CROSSOVER
Mira Costa 1, Torrance 0
Senior Kylene Kennedy (8-2) singled twice, scored the winning run on a single by Jenna Demarco in the bottom of the sixth inning and pitched a no-hitter with one walk and 12 strikeouts for host Mira Costa (8-4). Kennedy has four shutouts and 102 strikeouts in 54 innings this season. Torrance is 6-3, 1-2.
Peninsula 6, Redondo 2
Elise Deering went two for four with one run scored, one RBI and one stolen base to lead visiting Peninsula (6-4, 3-1). Redondo is 5-3, 2-1.
GOLDEN WEST LEAGUE
Ocean View 5, Orange 4
Nicole Schultz had a double, two walks and two runs scored for Ocean View (3-4, 3-0).
Santa Ana 7, Westminster 6
Allison Hauser went three for three and Raina Gautier had a two-run triple for host Santa Ana (9-2-1, 1-1). Westminster is 1-1 in league.
Canyon Springs 3, Valley View 2
Shaunice Harris went two for four and drove in Amanda Carver in the bottom of the seventh inning for the winning run to lead host Canyon Springs (12-3, 4-0). Teammate Holly Bussey had a double and an RBI, Danielle Estrada added three hits and Jessica Adolth (10-3) threw a four-hitter with two earned runs and had a double.
Riverside Poly 11, Arlington 0
Mindy Cowles struck out 10 and Sammi Parks had two doubles and three RBIs for No. 7 Riverside Poly (9-2, 4-0).
Flintridge Sacred Heart 4, Louisville 3 (8 innings)
Meghann Muirhead scored the game-winning run on a bases-loaded walk by Kathryn Poet and Analiese DiConti went three for four with a three-run home run for host Flintridge Sacred Heart (7-6-1, 1-0).
MOUNTAIN VIEW LEAGUE
Corona Santiago 3, Corona 2 (9 innings)
After the first two batters walked in the ninth inning, Britany Moore drove in the game-winning run on a fielder's choice, Arizona-bound Taryne Mowatt (9-1) allowed three hits over nine innings and Crystal Gutierrez hit a two-run home run with two outs in the fourth inning to lead visiting No. 1 Corona Santiago (13-1, 4-0). Brook Frydendall hit a two-run triple in the bottom of the fourth inning and Brittany Barger (6-4) allowed four hits over nine innings for No. 5 Corona (7-4, 2-2).
Norco 2, La Sierra 0
Daniela Urincho (10-1) pitched a one-hitter with 10 strikeouts, hit a home run and scored both runs for No. 2 Norco (10-1, 3-1) at La Sierra (0-4 in league).
MT. BALDY LEAGUE
Don Lugo 12, Colony 0
Vanessa Briones went two for three with three runs scored, two RBIs and a home run, Renee Ramos went three for three with five RBIs and two homers and Christina Guillen added two hits, including a homer, with a run scored and two RBIs for host No. 8 Don Lugo (11-3, 3-1). Andria Padilla (6-1) threw a one-hitter and struck out seven for the Conquistadores.
Righetti 3, Paso Robles 1
Carissa Segura (5-0) threw a one-hitter with seven strikeouts and Tabitha Taylor went three for four with a run scored to lead visiting Righetti (11-2, 3-1) past Paso Robles (5-7, 0-3).
Cerritos 11, Glenn 4
Denise Batonio had three hits with two RBIs and two runs scored and Ruthanne DeLao added three hits and two RBIs for Cerritos (5-5, 2-1). Vanessa Mendoza had a single and scored two runs for host Glenn (8-3, 1-2).
La Mirada 3, Mayfair 0
Alyssa Gutierrez (5-2) pitched a two-hitter with nine strikeouts and had two hits and Lacy Tyler added two doubles and scored a run for La Mirada (8-3, 3-0) at Mayfair (5-8, 1-1).
Hemet 14, Perris 0
Lacy Schneider went two for four with two solo home runs to lead host Hemet (12-3, 4-0). Perris is 9-6, 1-2.
Buena 3, Oxnard 1
Alana Bentz pitched a four-hitter and struck out six and Codi Tate added a hit and an RBI to lead visiting Buena (4-6-1, 2-1).
Camarillo 6, San Marcos 0
Annissa Lagos went two for three with two doubles, a run scored and an RBI to lead host Camarillo (8-4).
Grace Brethren 16, Providence 8
Breanna Palacio went four for four with seven RBIs, a triple and one run scored and LaDawn Montgomery (6-4) went seven innings with four stirkeouts and went two for five with two RBIs and a run scored to lead visiting Grace Brethren (6-7) over Providence (3-7, 1-2).
Malibu 5, Villanova Prep 2
K.C. Tolentino had two hits and scored a run to lead host Malibu (5-8). Jaclyn Orgel went two for three with two RBIs for visiting Villanova Prep (3-5).
Saddleback Valley Christian 4, Laguna Beach 0
Katie Finley (9-1) pitched a one-hitter with 15 strikeouts and Tiffany Panter had a two-run triple for visiting Saddleback Valley Christian (9-1).
Trabuco Hills 4, Irvine 2
Tawni Hirano had a triple and an RBI for visiting Trabuco Hills (9-7). Angela Pisano had triple and run scored for Irvine.
Woodbridge 7, Lakewood 1
Kelly Cabana pitched a four-hitter with seven strikeouts for Woodbridge (8-7).
Tuesday, March 30
Capistrano Valley Christian 13, St. Margaret's 3
Capistrano Valley Christian is 5-2, 1-0. St. Margaret's 2-7, 0-1.
Oxford Academy 7, Sage Hill 0
Melissa Porche (9-3) pitched a no-hitter with 13 strikeouts and extended her streak of scoreless innings to 41 for Oxford Academy. Ashley Materon had three RBIs for the Patriots (11-3, 1-0). Sage Hill is 3-7-1, 0-1.
Anaheim Canyon 8, Villa Park 1
Kristen Aufdemberg had a single, a double, a triple and one RBI for No. 11 Anaheim Canyon (11-4, 1-0), which has won seven consecutive games. Heather Slettvet (4-4) pitched a one-hitter with one unearned run and nine strikeouts. Villa Park is 2-6, 0-1.
El Dorado 8, El Modena 5
Emily Troup went two for four with a double and three RBIs to lead visiting No. 16 El Dorado (11-2, 1-0) over No. 23 El Modena (6-4, 0-1).
CITRUS BELT LEAGUE
Fontana 3, Eisenhower 0
Sophomore Gabby Smith had seven strikeouts and allowed only three hits in her fourth consecutive shutout and had an RBI single in Fontana's (9-2, 1-0) three-run third inning. Eisenhower falls to 7-6, 2-2. Junior shortstop Kim Waleszonia added a double and a triple to raise her batting average to .500 for Fontana.
Nordhoff 1, Malibu 0
Shanice Garcia hit a solo home run in the sixth inning to lead host Nordhoff (4-1 in league). Tracy Young threw a five-hitter and struck out two for Malibu (4-8, 1-4).
Oaks Christian 17, Santa Clara 0
Ashlee Veilleux (5-0) pitched a no-hitter with 15 strikeouts and went four for five with a triple, three runs scored and five RBIs, Bryanne Fitzgerald went three for four with a triple and an RBI and Julia Humphries went two for four with a double, three runs scored and four RBIs for visiting Oaks Christian (12-0, 5-0), which won its 38th straight game, 3rd best all-time in CIF-SS. Santa Clara is 3-6, 1-4.
GARDEN GROVE LEAGUE
Garden Grove Pacifica 4, Rancho Alamitos 0
Brittany Weil (8-2) pitched a four-hitter with nine strikeouts and had a two-run triple to lead No. 3 Pacifica (10-2, 3-0) over Rancho Alamitos (8-3, 2-1).
Riverside Poly 3, Valley View 0
Pitcher Mindy Cowles struck out six and had an RBI triple as No. 7 Riverside Poly (8-2, 3-0) defeated No. 25 Valley View (10-4, 2-1).
Agoura 1, Simi Valley 0
Alyssa Nielson (4-5-1) threw a one-hitter with nine strikeouts and no walks and Beth Snow doubled in the game's only run in the first inning to lead host Agoura (5-6-1, 1-3). Simi Valley is 5-4-1, 1-3.
Moorpark 6, Westlake 1
Host Westlake, ranked No. 17, drops to 5-3, 3-1.
Thousand Oaks 3, Newbury Park 1
Catlin Bailey went one for three with a solo home run to lead host Newbury Park (5-3, 2-2) over No. 18 Thousand Oaks (8-1, 3-1).
Hacienda Heights Wilson 13, Garey 2
Vanessa Valdez (5-5) struck out eight and Kristina Benavidez went four for four to lead Wilson (7-5, 1-2).
La Puente 4, Azusa 0
Desiree Biolley threw a two-hitter with eight strikeouts and Erlyne Rios went two for three with an RBI, stolen base and a run scored to lead host La Puente (9-2, 3-0) over Azusa (4-8, 1-2).
Workman 11, Bassett 0
Pitcher Regina Farfan (8-3) pitched a one-hitter with 13 strikeouts and had a double and a triple to finish with three RBIs for Workman (9-3, 2-0). Bassett is 0-10, 0-3 in league
MT. BALDY LEAGUE
Diamond Ranch 1, Don Lugo 0
Amanda Klimczak (10-1) threw a two-hitter with 10 strikeouts and had a solo home run in the top of the fourth to lead visiting No. 15 Diamond Ranch (11-1, 4-0) past No. 8 Don Lugo.
Chaffey 2, Ontario 0
Carolina Betancourt hit a single, a double, a triple and two RBIs for Chaffey (9-6, 2-2).
Culver City 13, Beverly Hills 1 (6 innings)
Gaba Chavez went two for five with three RBIs, Porsche Boddicker (8-2) had six strikeouts and allowed four hits in six innings and Blair Brooks went two for two with four runs scored and an RBI to lead visiting Culver City (8-2, 4-0).
Pasadena Poly 5, Mayfield 0
Alessandra Giampaolo went four for four with a double, a run scored and an RBI, Melissa Tanner went two for two with a triple, a run scored and an RBI and MacKenzie Smith pitched a three-hitter for host Pasadena Poly (4-4, 3-0). Mayfield is 5-5, 0-2.
RIO HONDO LEAGUE
La Canada 7, San Marino 6 (10 innings)
Senior Courtney Turner (3-1) pitched two scoreless innings of relief and tripled in the winning run in the top of the tenth to lead visiting La Canada (7-2, 3-0). San Marino (11-4, 1-2) rallied back after trailing, 6-0 in the second inning with the help of Christian Handayan's seven scoreless innings of relief. Handayan's record now is 8-3.
Temple City 3, South Pasadena 3 (14 innings, darkness)
Janice Trevino went three for seven and Julie Franklin went three for five for host Temple City (2-10-1, 0-3-1). South Pasadena is 0-3-1 in league.
Ayala 2, Diamond Bar 1
Crystal Gonzalez went two for three for No. 6 Diamond Bar (7-3, 2-2).
Chino Hills 5, Chino 4
Jennifer Klinkert went two for three with two home runs and four RBIs and Jennifer Parker went three for three with a solo home run to lead visiting Chino Hills (10-3, 2-2) past Chino (7-5 1-3).
St. Lucy's 2, Glendora 0
Lindsey Guzman (7-1) threw a four-hitter, Melissa Vargas went one for three with a double and an RBI and Megan Jimenez went two for four with a double, triple and one RBI to lead St. Lucy's (8-4, 4-0), which scored twice in the fifth inning.
King 8, Rubidoux 0
Mia Sarah Cesena went two for four with a home run and Hollee Haines went two for four with a double and an RBI to lead visiting King (10-4, 3-0) over Rubidoux (1-2 league).
La Salle 1, Immaculate Heart 0
Kathleen Salvo (6-3) pitched a no-hitter and struck out 12 for visiting La Salle (9-4, 3-0). Jenny Belak singled in Megan Herek in the top of the eighth for the game's only run for the Lancers. Immaculate Heart falls to 7-2, 1-2.
Notre Dame Academy 17, Bell-Jeff 0 (5 innings)
Fran Noyes (1-1) had six strikeouts and gave up only one hit in five innings, Kimmie Degnan went three for five with a triple and Sarah Holdridge went three for three with a double to lead visiting Notre Dame Academy (6-5, 3-0).
Ramona Convent 1, Marymount 0
VALLE VISTA LEAGUE
San Dimas 8, Baldwin Park 1
Nicole Bouchereau went two for three with a home run and four RBIs and Melinda Campbell (8-0) pitched a complete game with 11 strikeouts for San Dimas (12-2, 5-0). Baldwin Park is 3-6, 1-3 in league.
Arroyo 3, Cantwell Sacred Heart 2
Trissha Perez had a game-winning RBI single with the bases loaded in the bottom of the seventh and Francesca Gonzales (1-0) went seven innings with nine strikeouts and hit a game-tying two-run homer in the bottom of the third for host Arroyo (8-1).
Downey 3, Cerritos Valley Christian 0
Visiting Cerritos Valley Christian falls to 8-3.
El Toro 7-1, Woodbridge 0-0
Stephanie Churchwell and Sarah Ziegler each went three for four in the first game and Lindsay Correa (4-2) pitched a three-hit shutout for No. 9 El Toro (12-4). Tanza Lewis (7-2) pitched a one-hit shutout in game two and Jasmine Joyce hit a double and scored the only run for the Chargers.
Foothill 4, Rosary 2
Kelsey Ferguson (5-2) pitched four innings for the victory, Sara LaRue earned her first save with three scoreless innings of relief and Chelsea Cantillo had three hits, including a double, and one RBI to lead visiting Foothill (8-6-1), ranked No. 21 by The Times, over No. 19 Rosary (9-4).
Garden Grove Santiago 8, Irvine University 0
Ashley Howard (7-4) pitched a no-hitter and struck out 14 to lead Santiago (8-4). Kirsten Howard, Gabby Crozon and Vanessa Luna all had two hits and one RBI for Santiago, which stole six bases and earned seven of its eight runs. Irvine University is 4-5.
Hart 2, Chaminade 0
Robin Kontra pitched a four-hitter with four strikeouts to lead host Hart (3-4-1).
La Serna 6, Brea Olinda 2
Brea Olinda is 6-7.
Laguna Hills 2-7, Santa Margarita 0-4
Laguna Hills' Baxter Norcross went three for four with two RBIs and Rosey Neil went three for three in the second game of the doubleheader. Brittany Lastrapes went three for three in game one for the Hawks. Laguna Hills (13-4). Santa Margarita is 2-6.
Moreno Valley Calvary Chapel 18, Upland 0 (5 innings)
Kirsten Jist went two for four with a home run and Alanna Nelson went two for three with a triple for Calvary Chapel. Upland is 6-5.
Savanna 6, Troy 2
Karina Rivera (9-4) pitched a two-hitter and Heather Mills and Vivian Garcia each hit a home run for host Savanna (10-4). Troy is 4-9.
Village Christian 10, Fillmore 0 (5 innings)
Stanford-bound Lauren Nydam (6-2) threw her second perfect game of the season with 12 strikeouts and went two for three with two doubles and an RBI and Laura Stone went two for three with two doubles and three RBIs to lead host No. 20 Village Christian (6-2) over Fillmore (6-3).
Villanova Prep 10, Santa Clarita Christian 9
Mary Wiggins was three for three with two RBIs, Katie Parziale went three for four with two runs and Sidney Malkin added two hits and two runs scored to lead host Villanova Prep (3-4).
Corona del Mar 6, Saddleback 2
Monday, March 29
Saugus 4, Highland 2
Victoria Kemp tripled to open the game and scored in the first inning and later began a two-run rally in the top of the seventh inning with a single to lead Saugus (11-3) to the victory. Mary Beth Promisel of Highland (8-3) had a two-run single in the bottom of the sixth to tie the score, 2-2.
Crescenta Valley 5, Quartz Hill 4
Megan Luna was two for three with two runs, Jeanine Deno was two for four and Heather Burke was two for three with an RBI to help Crescenta Valley (11-2) coach Dan Berry to his 400th win with the school. Quartz Hill fell to 7-7.
Harvard-Westlake 3, Lancaster 2
Shelly Madick (4-3) threw a nine-hitter and struck out 11 and Deena Margolin went two for four with a run scored to lead Harvard-Westlake (8-4). Katie Cornelison went three for three with a triple and a run scored for Lancaster (6-7).
Burbank 4, Palmdale 3
Junior Jillian Schafer (5-8) pitched a seven-hitter with eight strikeouts and three walks and junior Kara Brownlee hit the only double of the game in the second inning for Burbank (5-8). Burbank scored four runs in the fifth inning before Palmdale answered with three runs in the top of the seventh.
La Salle 8, Sultana 0 (5 innings)
Jenny Belak (3-1) pitched a no-hitter, struck out 10 and went four for four and Natalie Perez, Kelly Nunez and Megan Herekeach added two hits for the Lancers (8-4). Sultana dropped to 3-7.
VALLE VISTA LEAGUE
San Dimas 12, Ganesha 2 (5 innings)
Jessica Ramos had two doubles and three RBIs to lead host San Dimas (11-1, 4-0) past Ganesha (6-4, 1-3).
L.A. Baptist 8, Louisville 2
Desi Ellis went three for four with a double, a home run and three RBIs and Allyson Salas (4-1) threw a six-hitter with 11 strikeouts and went two for four with two doubles to lead host L.A. Baptist (6-3-1). Annie Kinsey went two for three with a home run for Louisville.
Santa Ana 2, Laguna Beach 0
Diana Quezada went two for two with a walk, a double, two stolen bases and two runs scored for Santa Ana (8-2-1, 0-1).