Vasquez 15, Bellarmine-Jefferson 0: The Guards had a tough time in suffering a CIF Southern Section Division VI first-round loss Friday afternoon on the road.
Bell-Jeff, which placed third in the Santa Fe League, finishes the season with an 11-7 record.
Against the Mustangs (17-2) â€” a freelance team and the No. 4 seed â€” the Guards got hits from Mitch Kellogg, Patrick Haney Matt Landini and Martin Pinedo.
â€œWe played against a very good team and a very good pitcher,â€ Bell-Jeff Coach Hector Perez said. â€œBut I was very impressed with the way our kids battled.
â€œWe only lose one kid to graduation. We wanted to use this as a learning experience.â€
Bell-Jeff trailed just, 4-0, in the third inning.
â€œI think our youth really showed in the later innings,â€ Perez said.
Woodbridge 8, Burroughs 3: The Indians' season came to an end Tuesday in a CIF Southern Section Division II wild-card game on the road.
Burroughs, which placed third in the Pacific League, ends with a 12-15 record.
Woodbridge (18-9) finished third in the Sea View League.
The Indians took an early 1-0 lead in the first inning and increased the advantage to 2-0 in the second.
Village Christian 2, Duarte 0 (nine innings): The Crusaders won their first-round CIF Southern Section Division IV playoff game Thursday on the road.
Burbank resident and starting pitcher Emily Seidel struck out 17 for the Crusaders (23-5).
Fellow resident Tori Valdivia started a two-run Village Christian rally in the ninth with a double.
Village Christian will host Beaumont in a second-round game at 3:15 p.m. Tuesday.
Village Christian 9, Godinez 0: Emily Seidel retired 19 batters in a row â€” 18 on strikeouts â€” Tuesday to help her team to a CIF Southern Section Division IV wild-card win at home.
Seidel was also two for four with two doubles and two runs batted in. Tori Valdivia had a triple.