Monrovia’s Kevin Shue went the distance and allowed just four hits and no earned runs to lead the Wildcats to a 2-1 win over South Pasadena on Wednesday afternoon. The win helped the Wildcats (9-12-1, 5-4) snap a seven-game losing streak and puts them above .500 in the Rio Hondo League for the first time since opening with four consecutive victories. Monrovia scored one in the first inning to grab the early lead, but errors still seem to hamper the Wildcats as they committed a staggering four errors. Monrovia’s Adrian Velasco and Joe Mata each had a double with an RBI apiece from Jairo Jiorge and Kevin Pestanas. Monrovia is off today and visits La Canada on Friday. League leader Temple City (14-6, 8-1) sits comfortably atop the league standings with three league games remaining. First of the three is a trip to San Marino today. The big game for the Rams will come next Tuesday when it visits Monrovia. That series is always a treat, evident by the last two games with each team making making heroic plays in the bottom of the seventh inning to squeeze out a victory.