THE DAY IN PREPS: LA REINA SWEEPS IN TOURNAMENT.Byline: Daily News
MacKenzie Vandergeest totaled four hits and three RBI RBI
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run batted in as No. 4-ranked La Reina La Reina (Spanish: "The queen") is a commune of Chile located in Santiago Province, Santiago Metropolitan Region. It consistently ranks in the top five communes with the best quality of life in the Metropolitan Region. won two shutouts in the Desert Diamond softball tournament at Lancaster City Park on Saturday.
La Reina (16-2) defeated Antelope Valley This article is about the Los Angeles County region. For the census-designated place in Wyoming, see Antelope Valley-Crestview, Wyoming.
The Antelope Valley 8-0 and L.A. Baptist 7-0.
Pitcher Danielle Field struck out eight with no walks to take the win against Antelope Valley; Kristen Ward struck out six and retired the first 13 batters against L.A. Baptist.
Antelope Valley (3-12) later defeated Nordhoff 5-1 as Kelly Blyle struck out 12 with no walks and gave up six hits.
In other tournament play, Karen Tobin had two hits and scored three times to lead Notre Dame Notre Dame IPA: [nɔtʁ dam] is French for Our Lady, referring to the Virgin Mary. In the United States of America, Notre Dame past San Fernando San Fernando, city, Argentina
San Fernando (săn fərnăn`dō), city (1991 pop. 144,761), Buenos Aires prov., E Argentina. It is a district administrative center in the Greater Buenos Aires area. 12-0. The Knights (9-8-1) advanced to the championship bracket.
Also, Santa Paula Santa Paula (săn`tə pôl`ə), city (1990 pop. 25,062), Ventura co., S Calif., on the Santa Clara River in a fertile valley that yields citrus fruits, avocados, vegetables, flowers, nursery products, and walnuts; laid out 1875, inc. broke a 4-4 tie with a run in the bottom of the sixth inning to edge Oak Park 5-4 and deny the Eagles (7-2) a two-game sweep.
Vivian Doal had two hits and Dana Porter Dana Harris Porter (January 14 1901 - May 13 1967) was a Canadian politician and jurist.
After graduating from the University of Toronto in 1921, Porter went to England to continue his studies at Balliol College, Oxford from which he graduated with a Master's degree in 1923. struck out seven against Montclair Prep, while Rachel Colsen had three hits and Courtney Croft two hits against Santa Paula.
Vikings split: Valencia's Melanie Williams Melanie Williams is a United Kingdom based singer. She is best known for singing on the hit record "Ain't No Love (Ain't No Use)" alongside the Manchester dance outfit Sub Sub (who later became Doves). and Lauren Watson had two hits each to lead the Vikings past Glendale 3-1 in the Thousand Oaks softball tournament. Valencia (11-7) later lost to Righetti 1-0.
In other tournament action, Tracie Hall had three hits and Lori Tande struck out 11 as Simi Valley defeated Lakewood 9-2 after beating Santa Barbara 9-0 earlier in the day. The Pioneers (17-2) used three hits from Tande, two apiece from Cindy Gray and Jenny Shields and 11 strikeouts from Brittany Green in a two-hitter to win the first game.
Also, Marueen LeCocq struck out 12 and walked none while yielding just an infield single in her ninth shutout of the season as Chaminade defeated San Marcos 8-0.
Amanda Pearlman and Lindsey Weinstein added two hits and two RBI apiece for the Eagles (9-7-1).
Monroe loses: Rafael Arroyo had three hits for Monroe in a 9-7 loss to Palisades Palisades, cliffs along the west bank of the Hudson River, NE N.J. and SE N.Y., extending from N of Jersey City, N.J., to the vicinity of Piermont, N.Y., with a general altitude of from 350 ft to 550 ft (107–168 m). at the Redondo baseball tournament. The Vikings were outhit 16-12 while dropping to 9-11-1.
Gondoliers win tournament: Venice High went 9-1 in pool play, finishing with victories over Chatsworth 15-8, Poly 15-8 and Sylmar 15-8 in the title game to win the Sylmar boys volleyball tournament. Sylmar defeated Marshall 15-3 in the quarterfinals and Eagle Rock 15-12 in the semifinals to advance to the title game.
Feirfeil keeps sprinting: Tim Feirfeil, who set a Southern Section record for single-season receiving yardage yard·age 1
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Noun 1. in football last fall and is undefeated as a sprinter for the L.A. Baptist track team this spring, is also sprinting to success in another sport.
He hit his fourth consecutive triple as L.A. Baptist defeated Cantwell/Sacred Heart 12-3 in a nonleague baseball game. John Hubbard and Chad Vojtech added doubles and shortstop Peter Dirksen - Feirfeil's all-section batterymate as quarterback in football - contributed two hits and four RBI as the the Knights improved to 14-3.
Jesse Daggett (Canyons) 13th home run, 4 hits, 4 RBI
Seth Barkley (Pierce) 2 home runs, including game-winner
Tim Feirfeil (L.A. Baptist) fourth straight triple
Brittany Green (Simi Valley) 11 strikeouts, two hitter
Daniel Field (La Reina) 8 strikeouts in shutout
Kristen Ward (La Reina) 6 strikeouts in shutout
Tracie Hall (Simi Valley) three hits
Lori Tande (Simi Valley) 11 strikeouts
Box: PRIME-TIME PLAYERS (See Text)