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April 19, 2012|From Staff Reports


Pasadena 12, Muir 0: The first round of the Crown City rivalry went to the Bulldogs, who scored six runs in the third inning in running away with their first Pacific League victory this season Thursday afternoon on the road.

I was really concerned with playing small ball and getting the fundamentals down today,” Bulldogs first-year Coach Ed McCarthy said. “But the girls were the ones who said, 'we've got to kill our rivals.'”

Freshman Kiersten Yamamoto went the distance for Pasadena (4-14 overall, 1-5 in league), while allowing only three hits.

Senior Jordan Harris homered in a two-run first for Pasadena and catcher Tailin Dekermendjian collected three hits.

Muir dropped to 0-6.

Marshall 16, Campbell Hall 0 (five innings): Two days after dropping only their second game this season, the host Eagles scored a season-high 16 runs in an Alpha League victory Thursday afternoon.

Senior Amy Zeronian was the Eagles' star, as she finished three for four with a homer and four runs scored.

She also picked up the win in the circle, in tossing a one-hit shutout for Marshall (14-2, 2-1).

Maranatha 11, Los Angeles Baptist 6: Anjelica Amezquita tripled, scored two runs and drove in two more runs for the Minutemen in an Olympic League road victory Thursday afternoon.

Annie Diehl also contributed two runs and two RBIs and Kelly Nathan also knocked in two runs for the Minutemen (6-12, 2-2), who scored five runs in the top of the seventh for the win.

Amezquita allowed four earned runs on nine hits over seven innings in picking up the victory.

La Salle 6, Bishop Montgomery 2: Infielder Beverlee Valerio collected three hits and starting pitcher Victoria Baltazar allowed only two runs in the Lancers' Del Rey League road victory on Thursday afternoon.

Baltazar improved to 6-3, while La Salle's record now stands at 10-7 overall and 3-4 in league.

Mayfield 14, Webb 6: The Cubs scored 13 runs after the second inning and rolled in a Prep League road game Wednesday afternoon.

Jessica Parada tripled and had three hits, while scoring four runs and driving in two RBIs. Mireya Hernandez doubled twice and had three RBIs and Juliana Zovak also doubled twice and scored a run.

Mayfield improved to 8-9 overall and 3-2 in league.


Providence 17, Southwestern Academy 7 (five innings): The Sun dropped to 3-6 this season after a nonleague road loss Thursday afternoon.

Catcher Charlie Mathias scored two runs, Masato Ito also scored two runs and added three stolen bases and both Taiki Maeda and Fumi Hyogo finished two for three.


Windward 231, Marshall 243: The Eagles concluded the regular season with an Alpha League loss Thursday afternoon at Eaton Canyon Golf Course.

Eagles freshman Zach Schradermeier was the low medalist with an even-par 35. He was followed by senior Kristin Seto, with an one-over-par 36.

Sophomore James Seto finished with the third-lowest score on the team with a 43 as Marshall concluded with a 3-7 record, the best ever for a Marshall program in its fourth year.


Crescenta Valley 125, Pasadena 45: Billy Hepner won the 200 IM (2 minutes 06.25 seconds) and the 100 breaststroke (1:02.10), but only Will Klein registered Pasadena's other individual win in the 50 freestyle (24.05) as the Bulldogs fell on the road in Pacific League action Thursday afternoon.

Pasadena's 400 freestyle relay team (3:28.88) picked up the only other win for the Bulldogs (5-6, 2-4).


Crescenta Valley 95.5, Pasadena 74.5: Pasadena dropped its first meet of the season Thursday afternoon at Crescenta Valley.

Caroline Lepesant claimed both the 200 freestyle (2:00.42) and 500 freestyle (5:11.68) and Victoria Lepesant captured both the 200 IM (2:16.30) and 100 freestyle (55.34). Madeline Lepesant claimed Pasadena's other individual win in the 100 butterfly (1:04.40) as the 400-meter relay squad (3:48.46) notched the last victory for Pasadena (10-1, 5-1).


Maranatha 11, Whittier Christian 7: Maranatha continues to make headway in the Olympic League, this time winning its fourth straight league match at Muir Thursday afternoon.

Singles' ace Randall Hsieh finished 3-0, while teammates Daniel Hsieh and Evan Chee both finished 2-1 for Maranatha (8-8, 4-2).

The Minutemen top doubles' duo of Derek Lee and Leo Liang finished 2-1 as did the second twosome of Noah Schlenker and Wesley Oliver.

Crescenta Valley 16, Pasadena 2: The Bulldogs' doubles team of George Duran and Jeron Norsworthy picked up Pasadena's lone doubles win, while Charbel El Khouri notched the Bulldogs' singles win.

Pasadena's record is now 2-11, 0-10.

Pasadena Poly 14, Marshall Fundamental 4: Despite only playing with eight players, the Panthers still were in control in a nonleague victory Wednesday afternoon at Pasadena City College.

Freshman Henry La Soya swept his three matches, all 6-0, while the doubles team of Matt Rossi and Matt Johnson also won, 6-0, 6-0, 6-1.


La Salle 63, Bishop Amat 63: La Salle picked up the victory on criteria Wednesday afternoon at home and improved to 3-2 in in the Del Rey League.


La Salle 96, Bishop Amat 30: La Salle improved to 3-2 in Del Rey League action with a home win Wednesday afternoon.


La Salle 3, Pasadena Poly 1: With senior outside hitter Michael Saeta sick, the Panthers fell for a third straight match, 25-17, 27-25, 22-25, 33-31 at home in nonleague play.

Senior Colin Woolway led the Lancers with 25 kills and five aces as setter Curtis Toyota finished with 31 assists.

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