Rio Hondo Prep’s Alexis Parker and Pasadena Poly’s DeeDee Logan were selected the Prep League most valuable players.
Parker, a senior catcher, was chosen MVP and Logan, a junior, was selected as most valuable pitcher. The teams shared the league title.
Reyna Alvarado, Senior Rio Hondo Prep
Alex Clark, Junior Pasadena Poly
Becca Hanel, Junior Pasadena Poly
DeeDee Logan, Junior Pasadena Poly
Madison Loomis, Senior Rio Hondo Prep
Therese Oshiro, Freshman Flintridge Prep
Jacqueline Pai, Senior Westridge
Alexis Parker, Senior Rio Hondo Prep
Kylie Snyder, Senior Mayfield
Maple Chew, Junior Mayfield
Miranda Diaz, Sophomore Westridge
Natalie Edwards, Senior Pasadena Poly
Stephanie Esquivel, Junior Rio Hondo Prep
Samantha Martin, Senior Rio Hondo Prep
Imani Mitchell, Senior Mayfield
Drew Montgomery, Senior Flintridge Prep
Nicole Probert, Senior Westridge
Natalie Treister, Senior Pasadena Poly
La Salle High School senior Renaissance Forster will take her volleyball skills to the U.S. Military Academy at West Point.
She was offered an athletic scholarship at the Naval Academy in Annapolis, Md., but chose the academic scholarship a Army. The middle blocker plans on trying to compete for a spot on the team as a walk-on.
Forster, an honor student, said she will study medicine.
Fellow La Salle student Elizabeth Lynch will also attend Army. She was on the cheerleading squad.
Thursday’s first-round games
Division 2 La Mirada 4, Pasadena 2 Division 4 San Marino 10, Keppel 0
Alhambra 3, Fontana 2
Century 2, Monrovia 0 Division 6 Flintridge Prep 4, New Community Jewish 0
Pasadena Poly 3, Fillmore 1
Sierra Canyon 8, Rio Hondo Prep 4 Friday’s first-round games
Division 3 Redondo 1, La Salle 0 Division 5 Citrus Hill 6, Rosemead 0
Paraclete 2, Maranatha 1 Division 7 St. Monica Academy 6, Desert Chapel 1
Tuesday’s second-round games
Games at 3:15 p.m. unless noted Division 4 Oaks Christian at San Marino
Alhambra at Laguna Beach Division 6 Flintridge Prep at Malibu
Pasadena Poly vs. Providence at Foy Park, 3 p.m. Division 7 St. Monica Academy at Coast Union Quarterfinals: Friday
Division 2 Valencia 19, Arcadia 1
Pasadena 4, Murrieta Valley 3 Division 4 Ridgecrest Burroughs 8, Temple City 2
La Serna 7, San Gabriel 0 Division 6 Redlands Adventist 2, Marshall 1
Rio Hondo Prep 13, Boys Republic 1 Wednesday’s wild-card game
Division 5 Maranatha 5, Aquinas 1
Thursday’s first-round games
Games at 3:15 p.m.
Division 2 Pasadena at La Mirada Division 4 Keppel at San Marino
Fontana at Alhambra
Monrovia at Century Division 6 New Community Jewish vs. Flintridge Prep at Glendale Sports Complex
Fillmore at Pasadena Poly
Rio Hondo Prep at Sierra Canyon Friday’s first-round games
Games at 3:15 p.m. unless noted
Division 3 La Salle at Redondo Division 5 Rosemead at Citrus Hill
Maranatha at Paraclete Division 7 Desert Chapel vs. St. Monica Academy at Glendale Sports Complex, 6 p.m.
Tuesday’s first round games
Division 3 Burbank 1, La Salle 0
Redondo 11, Arcadia 1, 5 innings Division 4 Apple Valley 18, Maranatha 3
La Canada 7, Hawthorne 4
Monrovia 4, La Sierra 0 Division 5 Sierra Vista 8, Alhambra 3
Anaheim 2, Duarte 1 Division 6 Alverno 13, Cal Lutheran 3, 5 innings
St. Monica Catholic 7, Rio Hondo Prep 3
Mary Star of the Sea 10, San Gabriel Mission 0
Pasadena Poly 16, Downey Calvary Chapel 0 Division 7 Mesa Grande 16, St. Monica Academy 2 Thursday’s second round Division 4 Loara at La Canada
Dos Pueblos at Monrovia Division 6 Bell-Jeff vs. Alverno
Pasadena Poly at Grace Brethren Quarterfinals: Saturday Semifinals: Tuesday Finals: May 30-31, Deanna Manning Stadium, Irvine
The bump up in class that many local fans felt was needed for Monrovia is now almost a reality. The Wildcats are headed to the Central Division, along with the rest of the Rio Hondo League, unless they decide to appeal (and win).
Monday’s second round
Division 2 No. 1 seed San Marino 16, Sunny Hills 2 Monday’s quarterfinals
Division 5 Rim of the World 9, No. 1 seed Rosemead 9 (82-74 in games won)
No. 2 seed Maranatha 12, Citrus Valley 6 Tuesday’s quarterfinal
Division 2 No. 1 seed San Marino at Santa Monica, 3 p.m. Wednesday’s semifinals
Matches at 3 p.m.
Division 2 No. 4 seed Crean Lutheran at No. 1 seed San Marino
No. 2 seed Maranatha at No. 3 seed Beaumont Friday’s Finals:
At Claremont Club Division 2: San Marino-Santa Monica/Crean Lutheran-Rowland winner vs. Palm Desert/Diamond Bar winner, 11:30 a.m. Division 5: Jurupa Valley/Rim of the World winner vs. Maranatha/Beaumont winner, 2:30 p.m.
Monday’s wild-card scores
Division 3 La Salle 5, Quartz Hill 2
Arcadia 7, Lakewood St. Joseph 1 Division 4 Culver City 11, Gabrielino 0
Maranatha 4, Segerstom 3
Ramona 11, Temple City 2 Division 5 Alhambra 9, Victor Valley 7 Tuesday’s first round games
Division 3 La Salle at Burbank
Arcadia at Redondo Division 4 Maranatha at Apple Valley
Hawthorne at La Canada
La Sierra at Monrovia Division 5 Alhambra at Sierra Vista
Duarte at Anaheim Division 6 Cal Lutheran vs. Alverno at Glendale Sports Complex
St. Monica Catholic at Rio Hondo Prep
San Gabriel Mission at Mary Star of the Sea
Downey Calvary Chapel at Pasadena Poly Division 7 St. Monica Academy at Mesa Grande Second round: Thursday Quarterfinals: Saturday Semifinals: May 27 Finals: May 30-31, Deanna Manning Stadium, Irvine