Glendora baseball falls to Santiago in championship of Don Lugo tournament, 5-4

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.”
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Damien gets No. 2 seed in CIF-State Division 3 boys basketball playoffs; South Hills hoops and Bishop Amat girls soccer also in.

Damien, which went 1-2 in the CIF-Southern Section Open Division playoffs, earned a CIF-State Division 3 playoff berth and the No. 2 seed when the pairings were announced Sunday. Damien will host something named Selma in the first round at home Wednesday at 7 p.m. The South Hills girls basketball team, which reached the divisional semifinals, earned the ninth seed in the Division 2 state playoffs and will be on the road at Mission Oak, Wednesday at 7.
Bishop Amat girls soccer, despite losing in the CIF-SS Division 2 quarterfinals, earned a Division 3 state playoff berth and a fifth seed. The Lancers will travel to face fourth seed Santa Margarita in the first round on Tuesday.

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WEDNESDAY’S FIRST ROUND GAMES
BASKETBALL
BOYS
DIVISION II

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
DIVISION II

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
DIVISION III

8 La Canada at 1 Cathedral
5 San Dieguito Academy at 4 Monrovia
6 South Pasadena at 3 Cathedral Catholic
GIRLS
DIVISION I

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

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CIF State Wrestling Finals: San Marino’s Julian Flores wins state title


By Stephen Ramirez
steve.ramirez@langnews.com
@SteveRRamirez on Twitter
BAKERSFIELD >>
Julian Flores, along with brothers Zander and Evan Wick, were the core of San Marino High School’s rise from afterthought to one of the top wrestling programs in the state.
Saturday, Flores climbed the highest mountain, scoring the 132-pound title at the CIF State wrestling championships at Rabobank Arena.
He’s San Marino’s first state champion.

“It’s unbelievable,” Flores said. “I really didn’t have a good postseason, but it all matters here in March. I just let it go. It was amazing.”
Flores title capped a stellar day for San Marino, which also had Zander Wick place second at 145, with Zander Silva (113), Luke Troy (152) and Evan Wick (138) all earning top-eight medals.
But Saturday was all about Flores, who opened the day with a 5-2 win over Pitman’s Angel Velasquez in the semifinals before scoring a 3-1 win over Mission Oak’s Jaden Enriquez in the final.
He used an escape with 1:25 left in regulation to force overtime before taking down Enriquez early in the extra period for the win.
“I wasn’t really panicking,” Flores said. “I knew I would get a takedown some how. I didn’t know what I was going to do exactly, but I just hit on something.”
Zander Wick, after beating Palm Desert’s Anthony Mantanona in the semifinals, was hoping to join his teammate atop the podium. But was denied by Poway’s Ralphy Tovar, 5-0.
“He definitely knew what I was going to do,” Wick said. He slowed me down and I couldn’t get any of my offense. I tried my all, but it just wasn’t good enough.
“As far as the season, I did really well this year. I didn’t place here last year. To make it to the finals is a huge accomplishment, but it’s always a bummer when you lose in the finals.”
It was also a strong weekend for area competitors, who scored 10 medals. The others were San Dimas’ David Gonzalez (113, third), San Marino’s Silva (113, fifth), Wick (138, fourth) and Troy (152, third); Northview’s Richie Casillas (120, seventh) and Ricky Padilla (160, sixth); Sonora’s Russell Rohlfing (126, sixth) and Bishop Amat’s Nigel Ruiz (145, seventh).
Gonzalez fought back from 6-3 loss to Clovis’ Justin Meija in Friday’s quarterfinals to win four consecutive bouts on Saturday. He beat De La Salle’s Donovin Guerrero, 4-2, to take third.
“(Third is) the closest thing you can get in the consolation bracket,” Gonzalez said. “I came here to take first. Lost a tough one in the quarterfinals yesterday, and came back strong today.
“Once you lose, you can’t do any better. I wrestled my heart out. I can believe how fast these past four years have flown by. Everything worked out the way it did.”
Northview’s Joe Dominguez (145) and Damien’s Patrick Sanchez (285) lost in the consolation fifth round and will not medal.

2015 AREA STATE MEDALISTS
113

David Gonzalez, San Dimas, 3rd
Zander Silva, San Marino, 5th
120
Richie Casillas, Northview, 7th
126
Russell Rohlfing, Sonora, 6th
132
Julian Flores, San Marino, Champion
138
Evan Wick, San Marino 4th
145
Zander Wick, San Marino, 2nd
Nigel Ruiz, Bishop Amat, 7th
152
Luke Troy, San Marino, 3rd
160
Ricky Padilla, Northview, 6th

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West Covina beats Charter Oak 5-3 to win the San Dimas softball tournament

FRIDAY’S SAN DIMAS TOURNAMENT SEMIFINALS
Softball
San Dimas Tournament
Charter Oak 11, Monrovia 1
— The Chargers advanced to the final of the San Dimas Tournament, beating the Wildcats 11-1 in the semifinals. Charter Oak will play against West Covina in the championship at 4 p.m. in San Dimas. Kaile Chavez got the win with 3.0 innings pitched with just one hit allowed and two strikeouts. Sereena Ortiz threw the remaining two innings of the game that was called after a time limit. Ortiz had one strikeout and just one run allowed. Marissa Chavez has now reached base in six consecutive plate appearances after going 3 for 3 with two doubles in the victory. Brielle Fraijo went 2 for 2 with two RBIs for the Chargers, and Chloe Evans had a bases-loaded triple.
West Covina 10, Montclair 0 — The Bulldogs used a crucial 4th inning to blow open the lead against Monrovia (2-1). Nine runs were scored when West Covina (3-0) got ten hits in the inning. Freshman Nadya Orozco (1-0) started her first game in her high school career and struck out seven batters in four innings of work, while only allowing two hits. Orozco led the offense by going 2 for 3 with a 3-run home run, four RBIs, and a stolen base. Junior Valarie Almaraz and freshman Trinity Garcia each went 2 for 3 for the Bulldogs.
SAN DIMAS TOURNAMENT AT A GLANCE
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
Story: West Covina 5, Charter Oak 3

Baseball
Arcadia Elks Tournament Pool Play
Alhambra 2, South Gate 1
— The Moors put two runs on the board in the bottom of the seventh inning for a come-from-behind walk-off victory over South Gate in their season-opener. With two innings of relief pitched, Diego Sanchez picked up the win after Christian Maciel scored on a dropped fly ball to end the game. Maciel also drove in the game-tying run after Gibert Romero reached third base with a single and two past balls. Romero finished the game 3 for 4 and also threw five shutout innings with eight strikeouts for Alhambra.
La Salle 8, Rosemead 0 — Brandon Jenkins tossed a complete game two-hit shutout the Lancers to their second win in as many games this season. Johnny Leanos got both his for Rosemead, but Jenkins shut down the rest of the lineup with 11 strikeouts. Kyle Cuellar hit a solo home run for La Salle, and Ruben Martinez went 2 for 4 with a double and RBI.
Monrovia 5, Salesian 0 — Patrick Godel was on the mound for all but two outs of a combined no-hitter as the Wildcats defeated Salesian for their third consecutive win to start the season. Justin Rosedale came into the game in the seventh inning to get the final two outs, striking out one batter. Eric Herrera hit a solo shot in the fifth inning for Monrovia, and Godel went 3 for 3 with a double and two RBIs.
Don Lugo Tournament
Glendora 10, Don Lugo 4
— The Tartans lit up Don Lugo’s pitching for 16 hits to reach the tournament’s championship game. Nick Kaye led the way with four hits and an RBI. Raymond Romo went 2 for 4 with an RBI, while Griffen Herrera and Caleb Watkins also had multiple hits for Glendora. Nolan Collet went 1 for 3 with three RBIs, and Alex Briggs was 1 for 3 with two RBIs.

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CIF State Wrestling Championships: Area bites back with six semifinalists


By Stephen Ramirez
steve.ramirez@langnews.com
@SteveRRamirez on Twitter
BAKERSFIELD >>
Area wrestlers, after not producing a state finalists the previous two seasons, had their day of redemption on Friday
Six locals advanced to the semifinals, with six others in line to earn top-eight medals highlighted the first day of the CIF State championships at Rabobank Arena.
San Marino, which won its first CIF-Southern Section Masters title last week, continued its upward trend, getting four to this morning’s semifinals. Julian Flores (132 pounds), who had advanced to the semifinals the past two seasons, led the contingent that also includes Zander Silva (113), Zander Wick (145) and Luke Troy (152).
Northview’s Ricky Padilla (160) and Sonora’s Russell Rohlfing (126) round out the area semifinalists.
The six will face morning matches beginning at 9:30 a.m. for a chance to advance to the finals, scheduled for 7:15 p.m.

“It’s great,” said Flores, of San Marino’s effort. “As a team, we want to be on top. Hopefully, we can continue to do well in this tournament.”
Still alive for a top-eight finish are San Dimas’ David Gonzalez (113); Northview’s Richie Casillas (120) and Joe Dominguez (145); San Marino’s Evan Wick (138); Bishop Amat’s Nigel Ruiz (145) and Damien’s Patrick Sanchez (285).
All but Dominguez advanced to the quarterfinals before losing. All will also need to win in the consolation fifth round, scheduled to begin at 9 a.m., to earn a top-eight medal.
Dominguez lost in the third round, but came back to win two consolation rounds to advance to today.
Flores was steady all day, scoring two close decisions before dominating Kenny Jones (Lassen), 10-1, in the quarterfinals.
“It’s nice to be back in the semis,” Flores said. “The last two years I made it to the semis and failed to do what I set out to do. This year, I have so much more confidence, and I feel a lot more confident for tomorrow.”
Silva was dominant at 113, earning a technical fall and a win by fall before beating Javier Alaniz (Clovis West), 10-2, in the quarterfinals.
Troy and Padilla advance after earning Master titles last week.

“It’s not my goal (to just get to the semis),” Padilla said. “I want to be at the top of the podium at the end of the day.”
Rohlfing advanced after losing in the quarterfinals last season.

“Last year, I lost in the quarters, so this is really big for me,” Rohlfing said. “I’m really excited. I’m just going to take it to him.”
Failing to qualify for today were Montebello’s Nico Gomez (106); Bishop Amat’s Sidney Flores (106); Northview’s Andres Hooper (126) , Andres Estrada (132) and Roger Arce (170); Sonora’s Josh Kawaguchi (132); California’s Richard Pocock (132); Charter Oak’s Antonio Zavala (152) and San Marino’s Aaron Padilla (160)

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Arcadia Elks baseball tournament schedule

The 16th annual Arcadia Elks baseball tournament has been expanded to 16 teams. Here is the tournament schedule:
Pool A
Alhambra
Rosemead
La Salle
South Gate
Pool B
Sierra Vista
Keppel
Temple City
Beverly Hills
Pool C
Pasadena Poly
Hamilton
Marshall
South Pasadena
Pool D
Monrovia
Salesian
St. Francis
Bell Gardens

Friday’s games
South Gate vs. Alhambra at Moor Field, 3:15 p.m.
Salesian at Monrovia, 3:15 p.m.
St. Francis vs. Bell Gardens at Veterans Park, 3:15 p.m.
Keppel at Sierra Vista, 3:15 p.m.
Temple City vs. Beverly Hills at La Cienega Park, 3:15 p.m.
Pasadena Poly at Hamilton, 3:15 p.m.
Marshall at South Pasadena, 3:15 p.m.
Saturday’s games
Rosemead vs. Alhambra at Moor Field, 11 a.m.
South Gate vs. La Salle at Arcadia County Park, 11 a.m.
St. Francis at Monrovia, 11 a.m.
Bell Gardens vs. Salesian at East L.A. College, 11 a.m.
Sierra Vista at Temple City, 11 a.m.
Marshall at Pasadena Poly, 11 a.m.
Hamilton at South Pasadena, 11 a.m.
Beverly Hills at Keppel, 11 a.m.
Tuesday’s games
Alhambra vs. La Salle at Arcadia County Park, 3:15 p.m.
Rosemead at South Gate, 3:15 p.m.
Salesian vs. St. Francis at Robinson Stadium, 6 p.m.
Monrovia vs. Bell Gardens at Veterans Park. 5:45 p.m.
Keppel at vs. Temple City, 3:15 p.m.
Beverly Hills at Sierra Vista, 3:15 p.m.
Pasadena Poly at South Pasadena, 3:15 p.m.
Hamilton at Marshall, 3:15 p.m.
Thursday’s games
Game 1 (championship semifinals): Pool A #1 vs Pool B # 1 at Moor Field
Game 2: Pool A #2 vs Pool B # 2 at Arcadia County Park
Game 3: Pool A #3 vs Pool B # 3 at Temple City
Game 4: Pool A #4 vs. Pool B # 4 at Monrovia
Game 5 (championship semifinals): Pool C #1 vs. Pool D #1 at Keppel
Game 6: Pool C #2 vs. Pool D # 2 at Pasadena Poly
Game 7: Pool C #3 vs. Pool D # 3 at South Pasadena
Game 8: Pool C #4 vs. Pool D #4 at Marshall
Saturday, March 14
Championship:
Winner of Game 1 vs. winner of Game 5 at Arcadia County Park
Third place: Loser of Game 1 vs. loser of Game 5 at Alhambra
Fifth place: Winner of Game 2 vs. winner of game 6 at Temple City
Seventh place: Loser of Game 2 vs. loser of game 6 at Monrovia
Ninth place: Winner of Game 3 vs. winner of Game 7 at South Pasadena
11th place: Loser of Game 3 vs. loser of Game 7 at Pasadena Poly
13th place: Winner of Game 4 vs. winner of Game 8 at Rosemead
15th place: Loser of Game 4 vs. loser of Game 8 at Marshall

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Dick’s Sporting Goods Baseball Tourney: No. 1 San Dimas, No. 2 South Hills to square off in Friday’s quarters at Mt. SAC, 5 p.m.

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.

Walnut, Pasadena photo gallery
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Pasadena beats Walnut: In his first career varsity start, senior Luke Bolger carried a no-hitter into the final inning on his way to earning the victory for the Pasadena High School baseball team, which beat Walnut 5-1 on Wednesday afternoon in the second round of the Fifth Annual Dick’s Sporting Goods Invitational.
“I was just zoned into what I needed to do and my job,” Bolger said. “I really just focused on my mechanics to do what I needed to do to help the team.”
Going into the seventh inning, Bolger had a 5-0 cushion against the Mustangs, who had just put 16 runs on the board in their season opener. Walnut’s Andre Alvarez got a leadoff single with a ground ball through the right side to break up the no-hitter.

Dick Sporting Goods tournament
Wednesday’s second sound championship bracket
Top Half

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

Friday’s quarterfinals
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.

This is what you get on Friday …

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San Dimas Softball Tournament: Charter Oak, West Covina, Monrovia, Montclair reach semifinals

Charter Oak-El Rancho photo gallery
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Chavez helps Charter Oak reach semifinals: The Charter Oak High softball team reached the semifinals of the San Dimas Tournament with a 4-3 win over El Rancho in five innings on Thursday in a game that was called based on a time limit.
Marissa Chavez provided the Chargers with the offensive boost they needed in the bottom of the first inning with a two-run home run, and Charter Oak (2-0) led the rest of the way.

Top Bracket
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.

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Thursday Recap: West Covina softball advances to the Semifinals of the San Dimas Tournament

If you have any scores or stats from any local high school sporting events call them into the desk at 626-544-0992 or 0991 or scores@SGVN

Softball
West Covina 9, La Canada 5 — Senior Maddy Tickey struck out four in three innings and Freshman Nadya Orozco pitched a scoreless last inning and went 2 for 3 and scored twice to lead the Bulldogs (2-0) to advance to the semifinals of the San Dimas Tournament. Nicole Gutierrez went 1 for 2 with two RBIs and Bella Montoya went 2 for 2 with two RBIs and a stolen base for West Covina.
Chino 27, Hillcrest 1 : Chino 2, Murrieta Mesa 0 — Emily Ballesteros had a grandslam and Justine Briones went 3 for 3 with four RBIs, a single, a double, and a triple to lead the Cowboys (4-0) to their third victory at the Upland Varsity Tournament. Tiffany Kennedy Cummings threw a complete game with eight strikeouts and went 2 for 3 with two RBIs for Chino in the second game win.
Workman 15, La Puente 5 — Amanda Guillen went 2 for 3 with three RBIs, a triple and a home run and Driana Ruedas went 1 for 2 with a double and scored twice for the Warriors (0-2) but it was not enough in the nonleague loss.
Baseball
Bonita 12, Warren 7 — Noah Williams went 2 for 2 with two runs scored and an RBI and AJ Woodall went 5.1 innings and struck out five to lead Bonita to advance to the semifinals of the Dicks Sporting Good Classic.
Wilson 14, La Puente 2 — The Wildcats improve to 3-0 overall with a nonleague victory against the Warriors.
Gladstone 11, El Monte 7 — The Gladiators (1-1) got their first win of the season after defeating the Lions (0-2).
Esperanza 4, Damien 3 — The Spartans (0-1) lost at the Newport Elks Tournament.

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Wednesday Recap: Kaile Chavez pitched five innings and had seven strikeouts to lead Charter Oak softball to 12-2 victory

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Softball
Charter Oak 12, Ontario Christian 2 — Kaile Chavez pitched five innings and had seven strikeouts and allowed two hits to lead the Chargers (1-0) to the San Dimas Tournament victory. Cloe Ochoa and Christine Pinela each had two hits for Charter Oak.
Baldwin Park 5, La Puente 3 — Darlene Guerrero went 2-for-4 with an RBI and a double and Driana Ruedas went 2-for-4 with an RBI for the Warriors (0-1) but it was not enough in the nonleague loss. Gina Reyes had an RBI, a double and scored a run for La Puente.
West Covina 12, Whittier Christian 0 — Maddy Tickey completed the game with four innings, three strikeouts and allowed two hits and Valarie Almaraz had a three-run homer to lead the Bulldogs (1-0) to the San Dimas Tournament victory. Ashley Mayorga went 3-4 with a triple, Nadya Orozco went 2-3 with a double and scored three times for West Covina.
Boys golf
St. Monica 239, Bishop Amat 244 — Donovan Delgado and Brandon Morales each shot a 46 at the Santa Anita Golf Course but it was not enough in the nonleague loss.

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Tribune Top Ten Softball Preview: South Hills leads the pack

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SOUTH HILLS NO. 1, click top ten preview: It will be an interesting year for softball pitchers with the possibility of some of the best in the San Gabriel Valley not throwing a complete game.
That’s because, coaches say, they have a wide variety of pitchers with different styles to choose from. Teams can throw a fastball, rise-style pitcher the first three-plus innings and when opponents finally get adjusted to that speed, coaches can turn around and offer a pitcher that has more movement on the ball.

“We’re looking forward to pitchers in different roles, starting and relieving, and all different kinds of styles,” Charter Oak coach Scott Higuera said of his plan to platoon his three pitchers. “We’ll use them all. That keeps them all in shape and we hope keeps on giving us a competitive edge.”

TRIBUNE TOP TEN
1. South Hills
2. Bishop Amat
3. Charter Oak
4. Los Altos
5. San Dimas
6. Glendora
7. Bonita
8. Covina
9. Northview
10. South El Monte

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Glendora quarterback Matt Fink adds Notre Dame to list of offers

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.

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Tuesday Recap: Frankie Villanueva with nine strikeouts to lead Bassett baseball to 4-1 win

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Boys baseball
Bassett 4, South El Monte 1 — Frankie Villanueva pitched five innings and had nine strikeouts to lead the Olympians (1-0) to the nonleague victory. Jonathan Torres went 2-for-4 with 2 RBIs, Matthew Robles went 2-for-4 and scored a run and Christian Trujillo went 2-for-3 with an RBI and scored a run for Bassett.
Wilson 11, Ganesha 0 — Frank Sanchez went 2-for-2 and had four RBIs, a triple and scored twice and Jose Felix went 2-for-4 and had 3 RBIs for the Wildcats (1-0) in their season opener.
Girls softball
Chino 8, Claremont 0 : Chino 14, Kaiser 1 — Tiffany Cummings pitched a two-hitter as she threw a complete game and also went 3-for-3 with an RBI to lead the Cowboys (2-0) to their first game victory at the Upland Varsity Tournament. Emily Ballesteros had a double and 2 RBIs for Chino. Alisa Gonzalez went 2-for-3 and had 3 RBIs and a homerun to lead the Cowboys to the second Upland Varsity tournament win. Corina Gamboa had two doubles and scored a run, Amanda Brashear went 2-for-2 and had 2 RBIs and Ballesteros went 2-for-3 and had 2 RBIs for Chino.
Boys golf
Damien 200, South Hills 236 — Nathan Clark shot a 39 for the Spartans (1-0) in a nonleague win.

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It’s all over for Sierra Vista girls and Arroyo boys in soccer semifinals

SIERRA VISTA, ARROYO LOSE: Sierra Vista and Maranatha were a game away from meeting in the CIF-Southern Section Division 6 girls soccer finals, but both couldn’t get it done in Tuesday’s semifinals.
Temescal Canyon knocked off host Sierra Vista 2-1 while Maranatha lost on the road to second-seed Paloma Valley 1-0.
Temescal Canyon and Paloma Valley will meet in the championship on Friday or Saturday at a site to be determined.
“Give a lot of credit to Temescal Canyon, they’re a great team and they’re coached well,” Sierra Vista coach Steve Jimenez said. “I think we had our opportunities. We couldn’t finish and they had a few opportunities and took advantage of their chances better than we did ours.”

CIF-SS Soccer Playoffs
Today’s Semifinals
Division 3

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

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