San Marino 195, South Pasadena 215: San Marino’s Jack Shelton carded a one-under-par 36 and teammate Alan Hong shot a 36 on Thursday afternoon to lead the Titans to a Rio Hondo League victory at Santa Anita Golf Course.
Ben Allen carded a 37 for San Marino (5-3, 1-0 in league). South Pasadena (1-1 in league) received a 36 from Harry Yadav.
Pasadena Poly 199, Flintridge Prep 218, Webb 226: Freshman Manny Medrano shot a par-35 as the Panthers (7-1, 4-0) won Thursday’s Prep League tri-meet at Altadena Golf Course.
David Hong shot a 37, while Willie Moffly carded a 39 and girls’ standout Victoria Morgan shot a 40.
The Rebels went 1-1 in Thursday’s Prep League tri-meet at the par-35 Altadena Golf Course.
Jack Bouchard led the Rebels with a 36, while Josh Kim had a 42, Richard Lo a 45 and Chris Wirthlin a 47.
Marshall 238, Crossroads 251: The Eagles (1-4) picked up their first victory in the program’s four-year history on Wednesday afternoon in Delphic League play at Rancho Park.
Senior Kristin Seto, daughter of head coach Ron Seto and an original member of the first team, led the Eagles with a 40, which was the second lowest score.
“She was the most happiest. She’s been here four years and never felt that feeling of winning until today,” Ron Seto said. “It was a special moment for her.”
Zack Schradermier and James Seto tied for third and fourth overall.
The win snaps the Eagles’ 43-match losing streak that started with the program’s inception.
Bishop Montgomery 198, La Salle 233: Johnny Guinto shot a 42 for fifth place overall in finishing as La Salle’s top golfer in Del Rey League play Wednesday afternoon at Brookside Course No. 2, a par-35 course.
Graydon Manzke was La Salle’s second-best golfer, finishing with a 45.
The loss stubbed momentum for La Salle (4-3, 1-1), which defeated Serra, 204-299, in league play Monday afternoon in which Guinto shot a match-best 37 and Manzke followed with a 38 at Chester Washington Golf Course.
Valley Christian 220, Maranatha 251: Jack Chen led the Minutemen (2-4, 0-2) in defeat in an Olympic League contest at Rio Hondo Golf Course on Thursday afternoon.
Chan shot a 43, while McKay Weiler carded a 44 and Aaron Change wasn’t too far off in shooting a 50.
Chen carded an eight-over-par 43 on Wednesday for Maranatha in a nonleague match win over Flintridge Prep, 223-223, at Altadena Golf Course.
The Minutemen won the match by virtue of their sixth scorer shooting two strokes lower than Flintridge Prep’s.
South Pasadena 209, Monrovia 252: The Tigers opened the Rio Hondo League season with a victory at Eaton Canyon Golf Course on Monday afternoon.
Henry Sue finished with the best score, a 36, while teammates Harry Yadav (39), Cole Teague (39) and Kai Matsukurma (56) finished right behind in second, third and fourth place.
Southwestern Academy 16, Harvest Christian 9: The Sun (1-3) picked up its first of the year in nonleague play Wednesday afternoon thanks to in part to reliever Masato Ito (1-0), who surrendered two runs (both unearned), while fanning nine in four innings.
Ito collected two hits, stole four bases, scored four runs and drove in two RBIs. Masamichi Makino also scored four runs, while doubling and hitting his first homer of the season.
La Salle 14, St. Monica 0 (6): Bowdien Derby went four for five, hit for the cycle, and drove in five RBIs in the Lancers’ impressive Del Rey League opening win over visiting St. Monica on Tuesday afternoon.
Antonio Ruiz also doubled three times, scored three runs and drove home three runs and starting pitcher Austin Wallis (2-1) tossed three scoreless innings to pick up the win.
La Salle improved to 5-2-1 overall and 1-0 in league.
Valley Christian 7, Maranatha 6: Daniel Rasmussen picked up two hits and scored a run as the Minutemen (6-4, 1-1) lost a tough Olympic League home contest on Tuesday evening.
Peter Haggstrom doubled, scored a run and drove in a run in the defeat.
Westridge 8, Flintridge Prep 7: Erin Golden delivered for Westridge Wednesday when she doubled in the game’s winning run in the top of the seventh inning.
Sydney Estrada also had a good day for the Tigers (3-3, 3-0 in Prep League), going two for four at the plate with a double and two runs batted in. Brenda Soto also went two for four with a RBI for Westridge, which got the win from Jackie Pai.
Pasadena Poly 6, Webb 1: Natalie Treister, Natalie Edwards and Kelly Berg all doubled for the Panthers (4-2, 1-0) in Prep League play Wednesday versus visiting Webb.
Senior pitcher Heather Choi was the winner after hurling four innings of one-hit ball that included one unearned run, four strikeouts and no walks. Dee Dee Logan followed with three innings of no-hit ball, while fanning six.
Pasadena 5, Holy Family 4: Venice Santos collected two hits, scored two runs and stole four bases in leading the Bulldogs (2-7) to a nonleague home win Tuesday afternoon.
Schurr 9, Mayfield 0: Jessica Parada, Mireya Hernandez, Imani Mitchell and Maureen McConnell all collected hits for the visiting Cubs (5-4, 1-1) in nonleague play Tuesday afternoon.
Flintridge Sacred Heart 6, Maranatha 2: Anjelica Amezquita doubled and drove in a run for the Minutemen (3-5), who fell in a nonleague road defeat Tuesday afternoon.
Pasadena 103, Glendale 67: Will Klein led the Bulldogs (4-2, 1-0) to a Pacific League opening victory Wednesday afternoon versus visiting Glendale (0-1, 0-1) with victories in the 100 freestyle (52.32) and 200 freestyle (1:58.67). Billy Hepner also contributed multiple wins in the 200 IM (2:07.12) and 100 breaststroke (1:03.90) and Alec Briety was also two-for-two in the 100 butterfly (58.30) and 500 freestyle (5:06.24).
Tanner White also registered a victory in the 50 freestyle (25.56) and Marcus Gonzalez notched a victory in the 100 backstroke (1:08.92). The Pasadena relay teams won two of three events, claiming the 200 free relay (1:37.90) and 400 free relay (3:33.14).
The victory marked a bounce-back effort for the Bulldogs, who were defeated in a nonleague meet Wednesday afternoon by visiting Gabrielino, 98-72.
Hepner won two events – the 200 freestyle (1:58.34) and the 100 breaststroke (1:04.85) – while Klein won both the 50 freestyle (24.13) and 100 freestyle (51.93) and Briety took both the 500 freestyle (5:14.44) and 100 backstroke (1:02.03).
Pasadena 121, Glendale 46: Two Bulldogs won two events each as Pasadena (6-0, 1-0) rolled through Glendale in the Pacific League home opener Wednesday afternoon.
Victoria Lepesant won the 200 freestyle (1:56.70) and 500 freestyle (5:09.96) and Mia Hepner clinched both the 200 IM (2:19.66) and 100 freestyle (57.63). Madeline Pirrone captured the 50 freestyle (27.79), Madeline Lepesant won the 100 butterfly (1:05.40) and Caroline Lepesant was victorious in the 100 breaststroke (1:16.32).
The Bulldogs also swept the relays, winning the 200 medley relay (2:05.70), 200 free relay (1:49.80) and 400 free relay (3:59.36).
The victory came on the heels of the Bulldogs’ 97-73 nonleague home triumph over Gabrielino on Wednesday afternoon.
The Lepesant trio each claimed two wins, with Caroline winning the 100 freestyle (56.75) and 200 freestyle (2:01.60), Madeline claiming the 100 butterfly (1:06.14) and 200 IM (2:28.16) and Victoria clinching the 100 backstroke (1:04.22) and 500 freestyle (5:10.72).
Whitney 11, Pasadena Poly 7: The Panthers’ record fell to an even 3-3 Wednesday when they dropped a nonleague match at home.
Poly (3-3) was solid in doubles with all three teams going 2-1 on the day, highlighted by 7-6, 6-3 victories from Andrew Trojan and Sahil Shah, the Panthers No. 2 team.
Crescenta Valley 15, South Pasadena 3: The Tigers (3-4) fell in a nonleague contest Wednesday afternoon.
South Pasadena’s top doubles team of Krishna Mocherla and Scott Richards swept their action in picking up all the Tigers’ points.
Pasadena Poly 3, Flintridge Prep 0: The Panthers (6-0, 1-0) defeated the visiting Rebels in Prep League play Tuesday afternoon behind 15 kills from Michael Saeta, 13 digs from Dennis Grover and nine kills and six aces from Colin Woolway.
Whittier Christian 3, Maranatha 0: The visiting Minutemen (3-3, 0-1) opened Olympic League play with a 25-18, 25-14, 31-29 defeat on Thursday afternoon.
Senior Robert Flewelling led Maranatha with 17 kills and setter Kevyn Lee finished with 30 assists.