Thursday Recap: Glendora softball defeats Bonita

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Softball
Glendora 1, Bonita 0 — Cambria Keefer was the winning pitcher, striking out eight and Noemi Flores had the game-winning RBI to lead the Tartans (15-4, 4-4) to the Palomares League win.

Baseball
Baldwin Park 14, Workman 0 — Francisco Ruiz, Christian Cruz and Josue Escamilla each had two RBIs for the Braves (11-5, 9-4) in a Montview League game.

Girls swimming
Valle Vista League — Rowland’s Katelyn Nguyen won the 100-yard butterfly (57.89 seconds) and the 100 freestyle (52.20) at the Valle Vista League Championship. Nguyen set new league records. Rowland’s Alexis Aguirre won the 200 freestyle (2:07.86) and the 500 freestyle (5:46.95) and Allison Nguyen won the 200 IM (2:14.72) and the 100 breaststroke (1:09.54).

Boys swimming
Valle Vista League — San Dimas’s Robbie Simpson won the 200 freestyle (1:51.78) to set a new league record at the Valle Vista League Championship. Rowland’s Jason Ku won the 200 IM (2:05.57) and the 100 breaststroke (1:04.22), and San Dimas’s James Hull won the 50 freestyle (22.16) and the 100 freestyle (49.04).

Boys golf
Hacienda League Finals — The top six finishers of the day advanced to the Hacienda League CIF Individuals tournament. Walnut’s Alrik Pan led the way at 211, earning league MVP honors. Walnut’s Rani Abdou shot 221, Diamond Ranch’s Raynard Belmonte shot 227, and Walnut’s Brandon Yates shot 235, Adrain Edarlin shot 236 and Nathan Wu shot 242.

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Workman expected to name Bill Malavasi, son of former Rams coach Ray Malavasi, to take over football program

Workman High school intends to make a splashy hire soon.
Bill Malavasi, the son or former Los Angeles Rams head coach Ray Malavasi (1978-82), has been named the rayWorkman head football coach, pending board approval, which is expected.
Bill Malavasi was the defensive coordinator at Brethren Christian since 2013 and played high school football at Edison High and for the University of Kansas.
Ray Malavasi is famously known for leading the Los Angeles Rams to its first Super Bowl in 1979, losing to the Pittsburgh Steelers 31-19 in Super Bowl XIV. Ray Malavasi died of heart attaack in 1987 at the age of 57.

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Wednesday Recap: Edgewood softball still remains perfect in league

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Softball
Edgewood 21, Garey 0 — Haylee Reinert drove in seven runs with a grand slam and three-run homer and Kennedy Cuevas pitched a complete game for the Lions (16-1, 12-0) in a Miramonte League win.
South Hills 10, Diamond Bar 0 — Natalie Lugo was the winning pitcher and Clarissa Perez, Christie Aguilar and Mariah Tovar each had a home run for the Huskies (17-7, 7-0) in a Palomares League victory.

Baseball
West Covina 13, Los Altos 8 — Rory Scalf hit a grand slam and Justin Torres went 4 for 4 for the Bulldogs (14-14, 5-7) in a Hacienda League game.
Baldwin Park 8, Workman 1 — Andrew Barboza went 4 for 5 with a double, triple and four RBIs and Freddy Quintana went 2 for 4 with a double and an RBI to lead the Braves (10-5, 8-4) to the Montview League win. Matthew Wells and Ismael Cueva both had an RBI for Baldwin Park.

Boys tennis
Miramonte League Finals — Garey’s Elias Trujillo swept in singles, earning league MVP honors, and advanced to the CIF sectionals. Edgewood’s Xavier Chico placed second and will also advance to the CIF sectionals. Edgewood’s Gabriel Kabigting swept in singles and took third place. Garey’s doubles team of Jesse Covarrubias and Daniel Bedolla defeated the Garey duo of Rogelio Castaneda and Chris Victor to earn league MVP accolades. Both double teams advance to the CIF sectionals.

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Baseball: San Dimas keeps Valle Vista title hopes alive, rallies from four down to beat Covina, 6-4

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By Fred Robledo
COVINA
You remember the San Dimas High School baseball team don’t you?
Following one of the best seasons in school history in which the Saints were 31-0 and ranked No. 1 in the country by USA Today before a shocking 4-1 loss to Walnut in the CIF-Southern Section Division 3 semifinals, the Saints struggled to a 2-11 start going from a senior-laden team to one of the youngest in co-head coach Mike Regan’s long tenure.

But following San Dimas’ come-from-behind 6-4 victory over Covina on Wednesday, the Saints (11-12, 9-3) will have a chance to sweep the league-leading Colts (15-7, 10-2) in the series finale on Friday at San Dimas, which would tie the Saints for the league lead with two to play.
Kind of remarkable considering the Saints won starting with freshman pitcher Zach Jacobs along with help on the colts1hill from freshman Joseph Oliveras and sophomore Benny Torres, who shut the Colts down with back-to-back no-hit innings in the sixth and seventh to close it out.
“It’s been a long year and our kids have learned to slow the game down a little bit,” Regan said. “The kids have grown up, that’s the biggest thing. It’s fun to coach a team like this that works hard and has gotten a lot better as the year progressed.”
Covina, whose seniors have never beaten San Dimas and are looking for its first league title since 2005, couldn’t have asked for a better opportunity to clinch at least a share of the league title, jumping out to a 4-0 lead.
After taking a 2-0 lead in the first, Ryan Hurtado kept the inning going with a double to score Kaeland Nelson, giving the Colts a 3-0 lead.
Ryan White’s sacrifice fly scored Alec Alvarez in the second inning to make it 4-0.
But San Dimas wouldn’t go away and took advantage of Covina errors.
With runners on second and third and two outs in the fourth, San Dimas’ Jack Strickland’s fly to right was dropped, allowing Lorenzo Llorens and Victor Zepeda to score to trim the Colts’ lead to 4-2.
In the fifth inning, San Dimas got the first two runners aboard on infield errors. That allowed Jesse Garcia to score Joseph Bahna on a flyout, then Llorens’ single scored Dante Palacio to tie the score, 4-4.
“We got a little complacent in those two innings,” Covina coach Charles Herrera-Green said. “They were key errors but hats off to San Dimas, they took advantage of it and they made us pay and kept that momentum going. We just couldn’t stop them.”
Saints freshman Art Ruiz delivered the game-winning blow in the sixth, singling home Elijah Jackson and Bahna for a 6-4 lead and eventual win.
Herrera-Green told his team afterward not to dwell on it.
“We got to flush this one, move on and try to get them on Friday,” Herrera-Green said. “If we take care of our business and split with Northview next week the thing (league title) is ours. We’re still alright.”
And Regan knows what the Saints will get.
“I don’t expect anything except a dogfight on Friday,” Regan said. “Our team is young and we’ve been going through a lot of growing pains, but the kids are working hard and starting to believe. It’s been fun the last eight or nine games coaching them.

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Baseball: South Hills stays hot, beats Ayala 5-4 in 8 innings to strengthen grip on Palomares

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John Honell
WEST COVINA
– South Hills moved a step closer to its first league title since 2013 with a come-from-behind, 5-4, eight inning victory over Ayala on Wednesday to stretch its lead in the Palomares.
The win gives the Huskies (18-7, 11-1) a two-game lead over Ayala and Bonita with three to play.
All three teams will make the playoffs and the Huskies own the tie-breaker against both teams. They will play Ayala again on Friday.
A win will clinch the title outright for the Huskies.
Sophomore Brandon Dieter singled home J.T. Stoops with the winning run in the bottom of the eighth for the walk-off.
Winning pitcher Johnny Dearth beat out an infield hit to start the inning. Stoops ran for him and went to second on a passed ball. He moved to third on a ground out and the Bulldogs issued two intentional walks to load the bases for Dieter.
“They walked the two guys in front of me,” Dieter said. “I took that kind of personally. It was like they were saying, ‘we can get this guy.’”
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Tuesday Recap: Chino softball takes possession of first place

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Softball
Chino 7, Los Altos 6 — Senior Emily Ballesteros was the winning pitcher and scored the winning run to lead the Cowgirls (13-7, 6-1) to first place in the Hacienda League. Chino compiled 15 hits. Ballesteros went 3 for 4 with an RBI, Alyssa Gonzalez went 3 for 4 with a double and Hayley Wishner went 2 for 4 with two RBIs.
Nogales 6, Rowland 4 — Peiu Tafisi was the winning pitcher and hit a home run and Savanah Bonillas earned the save for the Nobles (13-8, 6-2) in a Valle Vista League victory.

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Walnut takes advantage of Charter Oak errors, rallies for 6-4 victory; St. Lucy’s softball fall in rematch with Etiwanda, 11-1

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Why Not Us Walnut strikes again: Reigning Hacienda League baseball champion Walnut High School scored three unearned runs without a hit in the bottom of the sixth inning to come from behind and knock off Charter Oak, 6-4, in a battle for first place on Tuesday afternoon.
The Mustangs only managed three hits in the game, but took advantage of five Charger errors.The win gives the Mustangs a one-game lead over the Chargers with three games to play. The teams will play again on Thursday. The Mustangs own the tiebreaker by winning the first two games of the series.

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St. Lucy’s falls in rematch at Etiwanda: The first time Etiwanda High School faced St. Lucy’s, the Eagles got caught napping and the Regents prevailed. They followed that up with a win over Chino Hills proving the win over Etiwanda was no fluke.
But there would be no upset this time as Etiwanda powered past St. Lucy’s, 11-1, on Tuesday in a rematch, with the win keeping Etiwanda atop the Baseline League standings all alone.
There were three home runs on the day with Vanessa Taukeiaho and Megan Stevens hitting back-to-back blasts in the second inning and freshman Julia Jimenez hitting a three-run shot to center over the scoreboard in the sixth.

By the way, you gotta love the Charter Oak Dab …
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