WEDNESDAY CONSOLATION GAMES IN DICKS TOURNEY
Los Osos @ Crescenta Valley at Stengel Field, 6 p.m.
Pasadena @ South Hills, 3:15 p.m.
Rancho Cucamonga @ Valencia, 3:15 p.m.
Carter at Northview, 3:15 p.m.
Claremont @ Fullerton, 3:15 p.m.
Chino Hills @ Warren, 3:15 p.m.
La Canada @ Apple Valley, 3:15 p.m.
Arcadia @ Walnut, 3:15 p.m.
Temecula Valley @ Victor Valley, 3:15 p.m.
Los Altos @ Tahquitz, 3:15 p.m.
Adelanto @ San Gabriel, 3:15 p.m.
Paloma Valley @ Montebello, 3:15 p.m.
Charter Oak @ Yucaipa, 3:15 p.m.
Covina @ Long Beach Cabrillo, 3:15 p.m.
By John Honell, correspondent
Glendora scored early but left 11 runners stranded on base and couldn’t hang on as Santiago (Corona) rallied for five runs in the final two innings to knock off the Tartans 5-4 for the championship of the Don Lugo Baseball Tournament on Monday afternoon.
It was the first loss of the season for the Tartans (4-1), who were the defending tournament champion, and ruined a good pitching performance by senior Ryan Beyer.
Beyer started the game and allowed only one hit and no runs in four and two-thirds innings but had to leave after 82 pitches. He hit one batter and gave up six walks to the Sharks.
“Ryan has quality stuff,” Tartans coach Dan Henley said. “When he throws strikes he’s really good. He’s been able to work out of those jams and keep his composure. He’s been great this year and has become a fine pitcher.” Continue reading →
WEDNESDAY’S FIRST ROUND GAMES BASKETBALL
10 Gardena (21-9) at 7 La Mirada (26-5) DIVISION III
12 El Cajon Valhalla (22-9) at 5 Sonora (28-4)
14 L.A. Franklin (13-16) at 3 Cantwell (15-13)
15 Selma (22-7) at 2 Damien (24-5) DIVISION IV
15 Carlsbad Pacific Ridge (22-6) at 2 Maranatha (22-6) GIRLS
16 Hart (23-7) at 1 Mark Keppel (22-7) DIVISION III
9 South Hills (23-7) at 8 Tulare Mission Oak (28-5)
10 Legacy (South Gate) at 7 South Pasadena DIVISION IV
13 St. Paul (19-14) at 4 Los Angeles View Park (26-4) DIVISION V
12 Douglas (17-17) at 5 Flintridge Prep (24-2)
Here is the CIF Southern California Regional soccer pairings, just released by CIF. The first round is scheduled for Tuesday, with the semifinals on Thursday and finals on Saturday. All games begin at 4 p.m. and are at home sites. TUESDAY’S FIRST-ROUND GAMES BOYS
8 La Canada at 1 Cathedral
5 San Dieguito Academy at 4 Monrovia
6 South Pasadena at 3 Cathedral Catholic GIRLS
7 La Serna at 2 Carlsbad DIVISION II
5 West Torrance at 4 La Mirada DIVISION III
5 Bishop Amat at 4 Santa Margarita DIVISION IV
7 Chula Vista at 2 Maranatha
Follow Bonita’s website for Dick’s sporting Goods brackets and info throughout the tournament. The 32-team knockout will work just like a CIF playoff tourney with a consolation bracket as well. Home games are listed with an asterisk, and coin flips will determine subsequent home games just as CIF does. I’ll post updated brackets as we get them. The second round is Wednesday.
Just confirmed that not only is No. 1 San Dimas taking on No. 2 South Hills at Mt. SAC on Friday at 5 p.m.. Even better is that Saints ace Peter Lambert and Huskies ace Gavin Velasquez will take the hill. It’s on.
Thanks San Dimas and South Hills for giving the Valley what it wants. 1 vs. 2 with best pitchers Peter Lambert and Gavin Velasquez throwing.
Dick Sporting Goods tournament Wednesday’s second sound championship bracket
Etiwanda 6, Temecula Valley 5
Pasadena 5, Walnut 1
San Dimas 2, Paloma Valley 0
South Hills 2, Yucaipa 1 Bottom Half
Crescenta Valley 5, Victor Valley 2
Bonita 12, Warren 7
Los Osos 4, Arcadia 3
Alta Loma 2, Chino Hills 1
San Dimas vs. South Hills at Mt. SAC, 5 p.m. Saturday’s quarterfinals
Etiwanda vs. Pasadena at Bonita, 11 a.m.
Crescenta Valley vs. Bonita at Bonita, 2 p.m.
Los Osos vs. Alta Loma at Bonita, 5 p.m.
La Canada 6, Wilson 1
West Covina 12, Whittier Christian 0
Montclair 10, Crescenta Valley 1
Temple City 6, Northview 2 Bottom Bracket
Charter Oak 12, Ontario Christian 2
El Rancho 9, South El Monte 0
Monrovia 4, Alta Loma 2
San Dimas 4, Bonita 2 Thursday’s quarterfinals Top Bracket
West Covina 9, La Canada 5
Montclair 1, Temple City 0 Bottom Bracket
Charter Oak 4, El Rancho 3
Monrovia 4, San Dimas 1 Friday’s semifinals
Charter Oak 11, Monrovia 1
West Covina 10, Montclair 0 Saturday’s championship
Charter Oak vs. West Covina at San Dimas, 4 p.m.
Glendora QB Matt Fink has received offers from Utah, Washington St., Nevada and Kansas in the last week. On Tuesday that list grew to include one of the most prestigious football schools in the country, Notre Dame.
CIF-SS Soccer Playoffs
Chaffey 2, Pasadena 1, sudden death ot Division 5
Garden Grove Santiago 2, Arroyo 0 Division 6
Monrovia 1, La Canada 1, Monrovia wins in PKs 4-2
South Pasadena 2, Sage Hill 0 Division 4
La Mirada 2, Santa Monica 0 Division 5
La Serna 1, La Quinta 0 Girls Division 6
Temescal Canyon 2, Sierra Vista 1
Paloma Valley 1, Maranatha 0