Area Softball Rankings and Leaders: Charter Oak takes over top spot


1. Charter Oak (16-6) — The Chargers have crept past South Hills and into a tie for second with Ayala in the Sierra, but it still has games left against Chino Hills, Ayala and South Hills.
2. South Hills (17-6) — Losing to Chino Hills is one thing, but following with a loss to Ayala has dropped the Huskies to fourth and in danger of missing the playoffs.
3. Bishop Amat (14-8) — Coming on strong and a game back of St. Paul with a chance to tie for a league title when it plays at St. Paul Monday.
4. Los Altos (12-5) — Has continued to improve throughout the season and after a big win over Bonita it finds itself leading the Hacienda with two weeks to go.
5. Bonita (13-6) — Had the Swag knocked out of it with back-to-back losses to West Covina and Los Altos. What once looked like a sure league title is anything but now.
6. San Dimas (17-7) — The Saints are still undefeated in the Valle Vista and have one more big test against Covina next week to close it out.
7. West Covina (13-10) — The Bulldogs beat Bonita and are now tied for second with the Bearcats in the Hacienda and both are only a game back of Los Altos.
8. Glendora (10-11) – The way the Tartans handled area teams before starting the Baseline is all the proof I need to leave it in the top ten.
9. Covina (14-6-1) — The Colts continue to do their part in the Valle Vista with only one loss and can avenge it Monday against San Dimas.
10. Sierra Vista (12-4-2) — The Dons are 10-0 in the Montview but only a game back of Duarte, who is 9-1.


1. Janell Wheaton, San Dimas, 45-for-77, .584
2. Ciara Granadao, Edgewood, 33-for-57, .579
3. Ashley Diaz, South El Monte, 30-for-54, .556
4. Alex Rodriguez, West Covina, 35-for-64, .547
5. Jocelyn Marquez, Northview, 32-for-59, .542
6. Celeste Wood, Los Altos, 21-for-39, .538
7. Jackie Negrete, Workman, 22-for-41, .537
8. Evelyn Sandoval, Arroyo, 35-for-47, .532
9. Evelyn Ronquillo, Baldwin Park, 23-for-44, .533
10. Jenna Rodelo, Rowland, 26-for-50, 520

9 – Jenna Rodelo, Rowland
8 – Chloe Melanson, Bonita; Ciara Granado, Edgewood
7 – Alicia Brown, Glendora; Adriana Fernandez, Workman
6 – Ashley Huber, Walnut; Alicia Brown, Glendora; Ashley Diaz, South El Monte
35 – Janell Wheaton, San Dimas
34 – Ciara Granado, Edgewood
33 – Idalis Jimenez, Edgewood
32 – Isabella Sierra, Covina
29 – Princess Nava, Covina
1. Natalie Lugo, South Hills, 1.08
2. Princess Nava, Covina, 1.14
3. Brooke Clemetson, Charter Oak, 1.17
4. Kaelyn McFadden, Bonita, 1.39
5. Lindsey Hughes, San Dimas, 1.62
1T. Princess Nava, Covina, 12-4
1T. Natalie Lugo, South Hills, 12-4
3. Brooke Clemetson, Charter Oak, 10-2
4. Mia Luques, South El Monte, 10-3
5. Lindsey Hughes, San Dimas, 10-5

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  • sports authority

    A four year old Charter Oak picture??

  • Ray_Morehart

    This season is really odd. There’s not one CLEAR #1 team. In years past, we could look at a team and say, “Even if they lose a game or two, they are still number one.” This year, it seems like it’s on a rotational basis. One team loses, one team moves in front of them, that team loses, another team takes it’s turn.

    • sports authority

      No clear #1 because softball in the SGV is the weakest it has been in years. Not too many survivors after a couple rounds in CIF.