BOYS' TRACK AND FIELD
Bellarmine-Jefferson 76, Salesian 48: Despite having three of their top scoring players off attending a religious retreat, the Guards notched a Santa Fe League victory against Salesian at St. Matthias High.
Jorge Chaidez paced Bell-Jeff by placing first in the 200 meters in 24.8 seconds and the long jump in 15 feet 2. Teammate Kevin Herrera won the 100 in 21.1, Ray Amurao won the triple jump in 33-8 and Martin Rosas won the 400 in 59.6.
Burroughs d. La Cañada, 26-24, 25-20, 25-20: The Indians notched the first win in program history Tuesday by defeating the Spartans in a nonleague match.
Josh Marbach, Chris Smith and Robert Reyes played well for Burroughs.
"The win was a great confidence boost for us," Indians Coach Joel Brinton said.
Providence 37, L.A. Lutheran 4: Cassie Lohman went five for five with a three-run home run, a triple and eight runs batted in Tuesday to lead the Pioneers to a Liberty League win on the road.
The game was called after five innings because of the 10-run mercy rule.
Teammate Sarah Lohman went three for four with a home run and three RBI and Shannon McShane went four for four with two doubles, a triple and two RBI for Providence (2-5, 2-1 in league).
In the circle, starting pitcher Natalie Kasbarian allowed just one run in three innings and Veronica Maya pitched two innings of relief, giving up three runs.
Calvary Chapel Moreno Valley 7, Providence 6: The Pioneers came up a little short Monday in dropping the nonleague game on the road.
Karina Ford-Moss was two for three, Natalie Kasbarian was one for three with a double and two runs batted in, Kelly Rosales was two for four with a run batted in and Lauren Upshaw was one for three with two runs batted in.
Providence 15, LA Lutheran 10: The Pioneers earned the Liberty League win Tuesday on the road.
Sophomore Trevor Johnson pitched 4 2/3 innings in relief, allowing only one earned run, while striking out five to earn the win. Jake Johnson pitched a scoreless seventh.
Anthony Lopez, Tommy Shiba, and Jake Fuller had two hits each for Providence (2-6).
— Jeff Tully