Sports Roundup: Hoover baseball opens Pacific League with victory


Hoover 9, Muir 0: The visiting Tornadoes started off Pacific League play Tuesday with a convincing victory. Hoover starting pitcher Jonathan Ramos (3-1) went the distance, striking out six without yielding a walk. The Tornadoes (9-3) got two hits and one run batted in each from Scott Yzamotegui and JP Gallegos.


Alemany 3, St. Francis 1: The visiting Golden Knights saw the Warriors pick up a 25-19, 25-11, 26-28, 25-19 Mission League win on Tuesday.

David Thompson finished with 34 assists for St. Francis (4-5, 2-4 in league), which got 14 kills from Markar Agakanian and seven kills and eight blocks from Thomas Lund.


Flintridge Prep 21, Ramona Convent 2 (five innings): The Rebels took advantage of seven errors to win in mercy fashion Tuesday in nonleague play at home.

Leading the way, Drew Montgomery had four hits, three runs and two runs batted in and Alex Tutwiler had four RBI and a run scored for Prep (3-7), while Therese Oshiro had three runs and two RBI and Maya Vasquez had a pair of hits, including a triple, two runs and two RBI.

Alemany 12, Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy 0 (five innings): The Tologs surrendered 12 runs through the first three innings and fell in a Mission League road contest on Tuesday afternoon.

Flintridge Sacred Heart (7-3, 0-2) finished with five hits, two from Natalie Majich.


St. Francis 15, Chaminade 3: Host St. Francis earned a Mission League win Tuesday at Fremont Tennis Center. The Golden Knights improved to 9-2, 3-2 in league.


Flintridge Prep in Pasadena Games: The Rebels recorded some impressive times, including setting a pair of school records, in Saturday’s meet.

Pole vaulter Barrett Weiss had a school-record mark of 14 feet 1 1/2 inches and Alan Yoho had a mark of 1 minute 57.04 seconds in the 800-meter race. Weiss and Yoho finished first and second, respectively, in their events.

Picking up a first-place finish for Flintridge Prep was Jack Van Scoter in the 3,200 in 9:45.80. Flintridge Prep athletes earning second-place efforts were Natalie O'Brien in the 3,200 (12:14.32), Sarah Yoho in the 1,600 (5:11.71) and Gareth Weiss in the pole vault (13-8).


Glendale Community College 8, Santa Barbara City College 1: Visiting Glendale notched a Western State Conference win Tuesday.

Glendale received singles wins from Meghedi Mooradian (6-2, 6-0), Alexandra Amor (6-1, 6-2), Amy Shigenaga (6-0, 6-1), Ashley Sumudio (6-2, 6-0) and Ayaka Takeuchi (6-0, 6-0).

In doubles, Glendale got victories from Amor and Viktoriya Shumakova (8-2), Mooradian and Simudio (8-4) and Takeuchi and Wendy Vasuthasawat (8-0). Glendale improved to 12-3, 8-2 in conference.

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