Softball league showdowns

A look at where SGVN softball races are headed, with key matchups:

Almont
Montebello 7-0
Alhambra   6-1
Monday: Montebello at Alhambra

Baseline
Upland       6-2
Chino Hills 5-3
St.Lucy      5-3
Two games remaining for all

Camino Real
St. Anthony has clinched

Del Rey
Bishop Amat 7-2
St Joeseph   7-2
St. Paul         6-3
Monday: St. Joseph at St. Paul
Thursday May 11: St. Joseph at Bishop Amat

Del Rio
La Serna 7-0
Whittier 5-2
Today: La Serna at Whittier

Freeway
Sunny Hills 6-0
La Habra    5-1
Wednesday La Habra at Sunny Hills

Hacienda
Los Altos     7-0
Charter Oak 6-1
Chino           5-2
Thursday: Charter Oak at Chino
Monday: Chino at Los Altos
Wednesday: Los Altos at Charter Oak

Horizon
Alverno 8-0
Ramona 7-1
Today: Ramona Convent at Alverno

Miramonte
Edgewood clinches

Mission
Alemany clinches

Mission Valley
South El Monte has clinched share

Montview
Azusa         7-1
Sierra Vista 7-1
Nogales       5-3
Today: Azusa at Sierra Vista

Olympic
Heritage Chr. 5-2
Village Chr     4-2
Whittier Chr    4-3
Heritage clinches with one win

Pacific
Crescenta Valley 9-2
Arcadia                9-2
Burroughs            9-2
Tuesday: Arcadia at Burroughs
Thursday May 11: Arcadia at Crescenta Valley

Palomares
Glendora 10-3
South Hills 9-4
Glendora clinches share with one win

Prep
Chadwick 8-1
Pasadena Poly 8-1
Mayfield 7-3
Friday: Mayfield at Chadwick
Monday: Chadwick at Pasadena Poly

Rio Hondo
La Canada has won

Suburban
La Mirada 9-0
Cerritos    7-1
Mayfair     6-2
Monday: La Mirada at Cerritos
Wednesday: Mayfair at La Mirada

Valle Vista
San Dimas 7-0
Northview   5-1
Friday: San Dimas at Northview

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Baseball league title showdowns

Curious of how league championship races are shaping up? A quick look with a week and a half to go…. Key league matchups noted.

Almont
Alhambra   8-4
Montebello 8-4
Schurr        8-4
Friday: Alhambra at Montebello
All have three games to play

Baseline
Etiwanda has clinched

Camino Real
Cantwell-Sacred Heart 8-1
Bishop Montgomery     6-3
Monday: Bishop Montgomery at Cantwell-Sacred Heart
Wednesday: Cantwell-Sacred Heart at Bishop Montgomery
Cantwell can clinch with win vs. Mary Star Friday

Del Rey
Bishop Amat 9-0
Serra             6-3
Monday: Bishop Amat at Serra
Thursday May 11: Serra at Bishop Amat
Bishop Amat can clinch with with vs. La Salle Friday

Del Rio
Santa Fe 10-2
California 8-4
Santa Fe can clinch share of title Friday
Both have two games next week

Freeway
Troy      10-2
Fullerton 9-3
Sonora   7-5
Friday: Sonora at Troy

Hacienda
Walnut         10-1
Charter Oak 10-1
Wednesday: Walnut at Charter Oak
Friday May 12: Charter Oak at Walnut

Miramonte
Pomona 11-1
Garey     10-2
Friday: Garey at Pomona

Mission
Notre Dame clinches with one win

Mission Valley
El Monte           8-2
South El Monte 6-3
Arroyo               6-3
El Monte clinches share with win at Mountain Viewq Friday

Montview
Nogales       11-1
Sierra Vista 10-2
Tuesday: Sierra Vista at Nogales
Thursday May 11: Nogales at Sierra Vista

Olympic
Village Chr 8-1
Maranatha 7-2
Tuesday: Maranatha at Village Christian
Thursday May 11: Village at Maranatha

Pacific
Crescenta Valley 11-0
Arcadia                10-1
Tuesday: Arcadia at Crescenta Valley
Friday May 12: Crescenta Valley at Arcadia

Palomares
Glendora   9-3
South Hills 8-4
Ayala         8-4
Friday: Glendora at Ayala

Prep
Pasadena Poly  8-1
Rio Hondo Prep 6-3
Flintridge Prep   6-4
Poly clinches with win at Chadwick today

Rio Hondo
La Canada clinched

Suburban
La Mirada 6-1
Mayfair     6-1
Friday: Mayfair at La Mirada

Valle Vista
San Dimas    6-1
Baldwin Park 4-3
Northview      4-3
Covina           4-3
Today: Baldwin Park at San Dimas
Tuesday: Covina at San Dimas, Northview at Baldwin Park
Thursday May 11: San Dimas at Covina; Baldwin Park at Northview

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Thursday Recap: Alhambra’s Alex Hernandez had a game-winning catch for league win

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Baseball
Alhambra 4, Montebello 1 — Second baseman Alex Hernandez had a game-winning catch and Benny Olguin struck out eight for the Moors (6-4, 3-1) in an Almont League victory.
La Salle 5, Serra 1 — Jeffrey Daley was the winning pitcher and Ethan Patrick went 3 for 4 with a triple, double and three RBIs for the Lancers (4-4), who won their Del Rey League opener. Daley also had a double and an RBI.

Softball
Pasadena Poly 10, Westridge 3 — The Panthers (4-3, 2-0) scored five runs in the sixth inning to defeat the Tigers in a Prep League game. Brennah Bronk pitched a one-hitter, struck out nine and went 3 for 4 with two doubles and three runs. Also for Pasadena Poly, Catalina Alonso had three RBIs and Megan Kelleher had two RBIs.

Boys tennis
Maranatha 15, Valley Christian 3 — The Minutemen (5-1, 2-0) won 11 of the first 12 matches in the Olympic League showdown. Matt Alleman and Bryan Lin scored singles sweeps and the doubles team of Drew Sierra and Billy Tan and Matt Leiva and Michael Mathews both swept.

Boys volleyball
La Salle 3, Mary Star 0 — Will Dalgarn had 11 kills and nine digs, Tyrese Lee had eight kills and CJ Retting had 12 digs for the Lancers (2-8) in a 25-9, 25-14, 25-9 Camino Real League victory.

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Wednesday Recap: Ben Sacks leads Flintridge Prep boys golf to victory

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Boys golf
Flintridge Prep 213, Azusa 285 — Ben Sacks shot 2-under-par 34 for the Rebels (2-2) in a nonleague victory at Altadena Golf Course. Also for Flintridge Prep, Justin Yu shot 42, Matthew Choi shot 44 and Preston Ho shot 46, Derek Guerra shot 45 for Azusa.

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Tuesday Recap: Julien Garcia hit a game-winning RBI double for Alhambra baseball

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Baseball
Alhambra 1, South Pasadena 0 — Junior Julien Garcia hit a game-winning RBI double and freshman Diego Moran was the winning pitcher, striking out six for the Moors, who won their first game of the season.

Softball
Alverno 13, Flintridge Prep 3 — Therese Oshiro had seven strikeouts, Maya Vasquez had two RBIs and Olivia Stevens had a homer for the Rebels (1-1) in a nonleague loss.
Mayfield 5, Ramona Convent 4 — Madeline Biscaichipy went 2 for 3 with two doubles and two RBIs and Taylin Yankovich had a double and two runs scored for the Cubs (2-0), who won their home opener.
Paraclete 6, Pasadena Poly 3 — Tara Adarkar went 2 for 3 with a run scored and Brennah Bronk had three RBIs for the Panthers in a nonleague loss.

Boys tennis
Arcadia 18, Burroughs 0 — The Apaches (6-0, 2-0) swept the Indians for the Pacific League win. Charles Deny, Jun Nakamine and Matt Feng swept in singles and the teams of Herman Sham-Jonathan Figueira and Gary Zhu-Jeffery Lee swept in doubles.
Maranatha 16, Azusa 2 — The teams of Billy Tan-Michael Matthews and Drew Sierra and Matthew Leiva swept in doubles for the Minutemen, who won their first match of the season.

Boys golf
MARANATHA 222, FLINTRIDGE PREP 230 — Ben Sacks shot 1-over 37 for Flintridge Prep (1-2) at Altadena Golf Course in a nonleague loss.
Kaili Chiu shot 38 to lead Maranatha (1-1).
Pasadena Poly 199, Mullen 239 — Nick Foker shot 38, Michael Hatch shot 39, Charlie Foy shot 40 and Christian Henderson and Harry Foy shot 41 for the Panthers (3-0) in a nonleague win.
La Salle 221, Salesian 317 — The Lancers (3-0) had the top five finishers at the par-35 Whittier Narrows Golf Course to defeat the Mustangs. David Chen led the way with 38, Jeremy Law shot 39, Michael Sweeney shot 46, Ryan Zhao shot 48 and Ryan Judson shot 49.

Boys volleyball
Ontario Christian 3, Pasadena Poly 2 — Richard Berry had nine kills, Johnathan Thein had 20 assists and Graham Olson had three blocks for the Panthers (0-2) in a 25-12, 16-25, 25-11, 18-25, 15-12 nonleague loss.
Damien 3, La Salle 0 — CJ Retting had four kills and 10 digs for the Lancers in a 25-16, 25-21, 25-23 nonleague loss.

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