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March 10, 2010


Providence 2, Brethren Christian 1: Estelle Glorioso scored on a walk-off base hit by Bronwyn Stewart in the seventh inning Tuesday to power the Pioneers to a nonleague win at Olive Park.

Stewart pitched a complete game, striking out seven for Providence (2-0).

Providence 10, Brentwood 5: The Pioneers opened their season Friday with a nonleague win at Olive Park.

Providence starter Bronwyn Stewart pitched seven innings, striking out nine and yielding one earned run.

At the plate, Stewart had a single and drove in two runs. Also driving in runs were Andy Rubalcava, Amber Bartmus, Jackie Brewer, Estelle Glorioso, Michelle Longtain and Kiya Villareal.


In the field, Brewer had an unassisted double play at second base.

Charter Oak 9, Burbank 1: Kassy Uchida was two for two and Nalani Hernandez had a home run Monday for the Bulldogs (0-1) in a San Dimas Tournament game.

Village Christian 9, Pasadena Poly 0: Burbank resident Emily Sidel struck out 16 in a complete-game shutout Friday to lead the Crusaders to a nonleague win at home.

Seidel also had a hit and drove in a run.

Burroughs junior varsity in Lincoln Classic Tournament: The Indians played well in the event at Banning High, earning two victories.

Burroughs defeated San Pedro, 11-0, behind the second dominating performance of the day from pitcher Haley Schulman. Schulman threw her second no-hitter of the day and hit her second home run to lead the Indians (2-0) to a sweep.

In the first game, Burroughs downed Banning, 17-0.


Granada Hills 7, Burbank 6: McCauley Taylor was four for four with three runs batted in and a home run for Burbank in the loss.

Brandon Zepeda was two for four with a run batted in and Lonnie Kauppila doubled and was walked intentionally three times, scoring four runs, for the Bulldogs (0-2).

Arleta 3, Burbank 0: Lonnie Kauppila doubled and Chase Mersola, McCauley Taylor, Dylan Mersola and Greg Koll singled for the Bulldogs in a loss in the Southern California Invitational Tournament.

Bellarmine-Jefferson 19, Muir 0: The visiting Guards breezed to a nonleague win Friday in a game that was called after 3 1/2 innings.

Phillip Diaz was two for four with four runs batted in, Matt Landini was two for three with three RBI and Patrick Haney was two for two with a triple, two walks and an RBI for Bell-Jeff.

On the mound, Haney had eight strikeouts and allowed just two hits.


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