Orange Lutheran 3, Crescenta Valley 0: Kyle Murray went five innings in Tuesday night's Bonita Tournament loss at Stengel Field. He allowed three runs (two earned), while the Falcons were held to three hits — coming from Ted Boeke, Troy Prasertsit and Bryan Wang. CV is now 2-2.
Crescenta Valley 7, Rancho Cucamonga 0: Reigning All-Area Baseball Player of the Year Troy Mulcahey was at his best on Saturday night at Stengel Field, throwing a no-hitter with eight strikeouts.
Mulcahey also went two for four with a two-run home run in the Bonita Tournament victory.
Viewpoint 9, Flintridge Prep 4: The Rebels are still searching for their first win, having dropped to 0-5 with Tuesday's nonleague home loss.
Drew Montgomery had three hits for Prep and Maya Okamoto added two hits, two runs and a stolen base.
Marshall 14, Holy Family 2: The Gaels (1-4) committed six errors and trailed by nine runs after two innings in losing in nonleague play on the road on Tuesday afternoon.
"When there is the easy play, when a ball is hit right to you, we've got to make that play and we weren't doing that," Holy Family Coach Greg Ziomek said. "We were extending innings, giving them four, five and six outs in an inning and we just let them keep going."
Gaels freshman Amy Brennan was a bright spot, finishing two for two and scoring her team's first run in the third inning on a sacrifice fly from pitcher Elena Lomeli (1-1).
Holy Family's second run came in bizarre nature when sophomore Jenna Rodriguez tripled to center field in the fourth and then scored when the relay throw from shortstop to the plate hit second base umpire Lancer Chandler in the face.
The ball ricocheted off the diamond and Rodriguez scored.
Chandler left the game after receiving some medical attention at second base.
Brennan entered the circle in the fourth and struck out two batters.
Glendale 11, Burbank 7: Glendale's doubles team of Alex Yoon and Danny Shafrazian swept its three sets, 6-4, 6-2, 6-3, to propel the visiting Nitros on Tuesday in a Pacific League match. Glendale (3-0 overall and in league) got two singles wins from Mike Unanian (7-5, 6-0).
Rene Glandian and Sam Sarian of Glendale won two doubles sets, 6-2, 6-4. Andrew Lingat worked with two separate players to help win two sets for the Nitros. He teamed with Alex Choi to net a 6-4 win before working with Edgar Hakobyan to register a 6-1 victory.
St. Francis 3, Alemany 0: Charles McCarthy contributed 11 kills and Michael Bacall added 10 on Tuesday to lead the visiting Golden Knights to a 25-9, 25-21, 25-23 Mission League win. Wesley Coffey registered nine kills for St. Francis (5-1, 2-1 in league) and Collin Peterson had 10 digs.
Crescenta Valley 3, Burbank 0: The visiting Falcons began Pacific League action Tuesday with a 25-8, 25-2, 25-15 win. Crescenta Valley improved to 5-3.
Temple City 3, Flintridge Prep 1: The Rebels lost on the road in nonleague play, 25-16, 24-26, 25-11, 25-11, on Tuesday. Kory Hamane had 10 kills and Karim Ismail added six blocks for the Rebels (2-3).
Milken Community 226, Flintridge Prep 228: The host Rebels fell Tuesday in their season and Prep League opener at Altadena Golf Course. Jack Bouchard of Flintridge Prep carded a two-over-par 37 to earn medalist honors
Glendale 6, Westridge 3: The Nitros (4-0) captured the Rose Bowl Jamboree Tournament on Saturday. Glendale opened the event with an 8-1 win against Culver City before earning a 5-3 semifinal victory against Tustin.
Vaqueros take second at event: Glendale college finished second Monday at the two-day Point Concepcion Tournament in Lompoc. The Vaqueros finished with a 780, 12 strokes behind Ventura. Mathias Dahl carded a four-over-par 76 on Monday to finish with a 151, Michael Timpson carded a 74 and finished at 151 for the Vaqueros, who got an 80 (154) from Clayton Ojeda and a 77 (155) from Richie Maloof.
Glendale Community College 4, L.A. Valley College 3: The Vaqueros improved to 11-4 and 2-0 in the Western State Conference South Division with a home win Tuesday.
Glendale Community College 3, Citrus College 2: The visiting Vaqueros began defense of their Western State Conference Southern Division championship Saturday, getting a two-run home run from Adam Ochart to earn the victory. Cam Gardner added a run-scoring single for Glendale. Glendale starting pitcher Cory Popham went six innings, striking out four, to get the win.