Tuesday Recap: Whittier Christian’s Brett Greene, Logan Veloff and Willy Ramirez all contributed to shutout Heritage Christian 6-0

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Baseball
Whittier Christian 6, Heritage Christian 0 — Brett Greene threw a complete game, striking out 14, Logan Veloff went 2 for 3 with three RBIs and a double and Willy Ramirez had a two RBI double to lead the Heralds (13-6, 3-2) to the Olympic League win.
Softball
El Rancho 9, Santa Fe 7 — Destiny Cervantes went 2 for 4 with two RBIs and a double and Dominique Jimenez went 1 for 3 with a double to lead the Dons (9-9) to their first Del Rio League win of the season.

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Monday Recap: Jason Gras shot a 42 and Adrian Peralta shot a 46 for St. Paul boys golf victory

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Boys golf
St. Paul 235, Don Bosco 293 — Jason Gras shot a 42, Adrian Peralta shot a 46 and Jesse Saragosa shot a 48 for the Swordsmen at Whittier Narrows in a Del Rey League win.

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Daily News Rankings: La Mirada, La Serna lead the way

La Mirada, which went 4-0 last week, moves into the top spot in the Daily News Top Ten. (Photo by Keith Birmingham/ Pasadena Star-News)

La Mirada, which went 4-0 last week, moves into the top spot in the Daily News Top Ten. (Photo by Keith Birmingham/ Pasadena Star-News)

WHITTIER DAILY NEWS RANKINGS
BASEBALL

1. La Mirada (10-9) – Mats are rolling after slow start
2. California (15-3) – Big series vs. Whittier this week
3. Whittier (12-7) – Del Rio League frontrunner
4. La Serna (13-7) – Don’t count out the Lancers just yet
5. Sonora (11-5-1) – Taking control of Freeway race
6. St. Paul (9-9-1) – Consistent woes continued last week
7. Whittier Christian (12-6) – Staying in the hunt in Olympic
8. La Habra (10-7) – Tough week last week
9. Santa Fe (6-9) – Making points in Del Rio
10. Schurr (11-3-1) – In the hunt in Almont

SOFTBALL
1. La Serna (12-4) –
Scored wins over South Hills, Mater Dei
2. St. Paul (13-6) – Returns after brief respite
3. Sonora (7-9-1) – Favorites in Freeway?
4. La Habra (10-6) – Scored big wins at Woodbridge
5. Whittier Christian (10-7) – Heralds are rolling
6. Cantwell (10-7) – Faces Bishop Amat, La Salle this week
7. Whittier (10-5) – Are the Cards for real?
8. Pioneer (8-4) – Big tests this week
9. California (7-10-1) – Slipping and a sliding
10. Schurr (7-6) – Still looks like Almont favorite

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Friday Recap: Whittier Christian softball advances to Whittier Christian Tournament Semifinals after defeating Buena Park 11-0

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Softball
Whittier Christian 11, Buena Park 0 — Kailyn Hansen had a triple and Hannah Gabriel and Taylor Escobar each had a double to lead the Heralds (8-8) to advance to the Whittier Christian Tournament semifinals.

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Baseball: Whittier takes over Del Rio League lead with win at La Serna


By Stephen Ramirez
WHITTIER >>
Worst to first?
Whittier High School took another step toward achieving that goal on Friday.
Matt Sosa had three hits and a RBI and Nick Viramontes was solid on the mound as the Cardinals took over first in the Del Rio League baseball title chase with a 3-1 victory over host La Serna.
Viramontes allowed six hits and struck out five for Whittier, which improved to 12-5 overall and 4-1 in league play. The Cardinals, who tied for last last season, moved a game ahead of La Serna (13-7, 3-2) and California (15-3, 3-2), which lost 2-1 to Santa Fe.
Curtis Ashton had two hits and a RBI for La Serna.
Whittier coach Eric Ramirez was ejected in the sixth inning. By rule, he must sit out the Cardinals next game, which should be today when Whittier travels to Cantwell Sacred Heart of Mary for a nonleague doubleheader.
The Cardinals have a home-and-home against California next week.

Whittier’s Matt Sosa: “It means a lot. We had a terrible season last year and we’re trying to turn it around this year. We’re trying to get as many wins as we can, trying to take league.”

La Serna coach Anthony Gonzales Jr.: “Those guys compete. They took advantage of our mistakes. We lost because we had opportunities, had the right guys up and didn’t come through. We had been playing well for nine games, had a lot of timely hits and today we didn’t.”

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