Alhambra 6, Montebello 5 — Jake Sanchez drove in Joe Ramirez with a double to help Alhambra upset Montebello in walkoff fashion in an extra-inning game in the Almont League. It was just Montebello’s second loss of the season in league play as the Oilers drop to 11-10 overall and 9-2 in league. Alhambra moves to within two games of first place with a 15-7 overall record and 7-4 in the Almont League. James Giabalvo earned the win in relief for the Moors. He entered the game with runners on first and second base and no outs in the bottom of the seventh inning, but picked off a runner and struck out two to get out of the jam. Then after Sanchez drove in Ramirez to take the lead, Giambalvo completed the victory with a shutout frame in the bottom of the eighth striking out two more batters. Giambalvo finished the game 3 for 5 at the plate with an RBI, run, and a double.
Pasadena Poly 26, Mayfield 4 — The Panthers ran their overall record to 9-2 and their league record to 7-0. Sophomore Kayley McCord went 2 for 4 with a grand slam. Senior Alex Clark went 4 for 5 with a home run, and senior Becca Hanel went 4 for 4 with a home run. DeeDee Logan and Alex Clark combined for six strikeouts. Gabrielino 11, Marshall 1 — Amanda Morales threw a comlpete game with nine strikeouts to lead the Eagles to victory. She also had three hits, including a triple and scored three times, boosting Gabrielino’s record to 7-5-1 overall and 5-2 in the Mission Valley League. Baseball
Gabrielino 9, Marshall 1 — Armando Ortega threw a one-run complete game with just four hits allowed and two strikeouts for the Eagles in a Mission League victory over Marshall. James Clapp went 3 for 4 with a double and four RBIs to advance Gabrielino’s record to 6-9 overall and 5-2 in league.
Santa Fe 3, El Rancho 1 College Baseball
Providence Christian college, La Sierra — In its final double-header of its inagural season, Providence Christian College swept La Sierra with 3-2 and 4-2 victories to end the season 26-19. Jason Broussard threw a complete game with 12 strikeouts to win the first game in seven innings. In game two, Sam Eichler threw a complete game with 14 strikeouts, and Richard Green hit a two-run home run.
Flintridge Prep 7, Chadwick 3 — The Rebels got five runs in the fourth inning, and Therese Oshiro got the win after holding Chadwick scoreless through the first five innings. Nicole Shearin drilled a three-run home run for Chadwick. Boys Golf
Buckley 225, Flintridge Prep 225 — Buckley defeated Flintridge Prep in a Prep League battle based on sixth man scores, winning 49-52 at the Altadena Golf Course, which is a par 36. Mark Raggio had the top score overall finishing the course in 37 shots for Buckley. Jonah Sacks led the Rebels with a 40-stroke performance. Justin Yu finished third overall with a score of 43 for Flintridge Prep. Baseball
San Dimas 7, Maranatha 0 — The Minutemen couldn’t slow down San Dimas’ perfect season as the Saints improve to 16-0.
San Dimas Tournament
Charter oak 11, Monrovia 1 — The Chargers advanced to the final of the San Dimas Tournament, beating the Wildcats 11-1 in the semifinals. Charter Oak will play against West Covina in the championship at 4 p.m. in San Dimas. Kaile Chavez got the win with 3.0 innings pitched with just one hit allowed and two strikeouts. Sereena Ortiz threw the remaining two innings of the game that was called after a time limit. Ortiz had one strikeout and just one run allowed. Marissa Chavez has now reached base in six consecutive plate appearances after going 3 for 3 with two doubles in the victory. Brielle Fraijo went 2 for 2 with two RBIs for the Chargers, and Chloe Evans had a bases-loaded triple. West Covina 10, Montclaire 0 — The Bulldogs used a crucial 4th inning to blow open the lead against Monrovia (2-1). Nine runs were scored when West Covina (3-0) got ten hits in the inning. Freshman Nadya Orozco (1-0) started her first game in her high school career and struck out seven batters in four innings of work, while only allowing two hits. Orozco led the offense by going 2 for 3 with a 3-run home run, four RBIs, and a stolen base. Junior Valarie Almaraz and freshman Trinity Garcia each went 2 for 3 for the Bulldogs. Baseball
Arcadia Elks Tournament Pool Play
Alhambra 2, South Gate 1 — The Moors put two runs on the board in the bottom of the seventh inning for a come-from-behind walk-off victory over South Gate in their season-opener. With two innings of relief pitched, Diego Sanchez picked up the win after Christian Maciel scored on a dropped fly ball to end the game. Maciel also drove in the game-tying run after Gibert Romero reached third base with a single and two past balls. Romero finished the game 3 for 4 and also threw five shutout innings with eight strikeouts for Alhambra. La Salle 8, Rosemead 0 — Brandon Jenkins tossed a complete game two-hit shutout the Lancers to their second win in as many games this season. Johnny Leanos got both his for Rosemead, but Jenkins shut down the rest of the lineup with 11 strikeouts. Kyle Cuellar hit a solo home run for La Salle, and Ruben Martinez went 2 for 4 with a double and RBI. Monrovia 5, Salesian 0 — Patrick Godel was on the mound for all but two outs of a combined no-hitter as the Wildcats defeated Salesian for their third consecutive win to start the season. Justin Rosedale came into the game in the seventh inning to get the final two outs, striking out one batter. Eric Herrera hit a solo shot in the fifth inning for Monrovia, and Godel went 3 for 3 with a double and two RBIs.
Pasadena Poly 44, Westridge 29 >> Kiki Yang tallied 20 points, eight steals, and seven rebounds to lead the Panthers (9-9, 7-2) to a Prep League victory over Westridge (7-8, 6-4). Halston Harper had nine points and 11 rebounds for Pasadena Poly, and Bella Wilkinson had seven poitns and five rebounds. Girls Soccer
Flintridge Prep 2, Mayfield 1 >> Katherine Pinney and Julia Gonzalez-Quijano each scored for the Rebels (10-9-2, 3-3-1) to lead them to a Prep League victory over Mayfield. Jillian Brady assisted the goal by Pinney. Lauren Stiles split time as the goalkeeper for the Rebels and had nine saves. Overall, Mayfield outshot Flintridge Prep 25-15. Boys Basketball
Chadwick 60, Flintridge Prep 48 >> The Dolphins got 22 poitns from Kyle Civale to defeat the Rebels in a Prep League contest. Zavier Proctor added 17 points for Chadwich (15-5, 6-0). Flintridge Prep (8-13, 2-4) was led by Jake Althouse with 17 points and Kendall Kikkawa added 12.