JC Softball: Video – SMC’s Christine Padilla talks about her two-run single in their loss to Antelope Valley

Santa Monica College’s Christine Padilla had a two-run single in the fifth inning that gave the Corsairs a brief 4-2 lead against Antelope Valley College.

She would have a key error in the sixth inning that help AVC rally to win 7-5 in SMC’s final home contest of the year.

Padilla talks about the game and why she returned to play softball after giving up on the sport as a freshman in high school.

JC Softball: Video – SMC’s Jasmine Martinez talks about her two-run double in their loss to Antelope Valley

Santa Monica College’s Jasmine Martinez had a two-run double in the fifth inning that tied the game at 2-2 against Antelope Valley College.

The Corsairs would eventually lose the game 7-5 in their final home contest of the year.

Martinez talks about the game and reflects on SMC’s season.

Girls Basketball: Randy Kiehm is the new coach at El Segundo

El Segundo has hired Randy Kiehm as the school’s new girls’ basketball coach, athlete director Steve Shevlin confirmed today.

The longtime coach led Bell High’s boys’ basketball team to the LA City Section 3-A title in 1997.

His most recent head coaching position was a two-year stint in charge of the San Pedro girls basketball squad from 2009-11.

Kiehm replaces Jason Ito, who left after a single season to take over the boys’ basketball program.

Baseball: Hamilton’s Rolon and Lazar have four RBI’s in mercy-rule win

Hamilton’s Peter Rolon and Ethan Lazar each drove in four runs in the Yankees 10-0 victory over Huntington Park in the Dennis Gilbert Tournament.

Lazar had a two-RBI double in the first and second innings, while Rolon had a double to right field in the third with the bases loaded scoring Samuel Thompson, Amani Lawrence and Dakota Kravetz.

Rolon also had a sacrifice fly in the second inning bring in another run.

Dylan Israel, Lawrence and Kravetz all scored two runs for the Yankees.

Pitchers Max Johnson and Benji Kaiserman allowed only two Huntington Park hits in five innings as the gamed ended to the the 10-run mercy rule.

Baseball: Martin-Resnick’s strong pitching keeps Windward undefeated in league with victory over Pasadena Marshall

Luke Martin-Resnick proved once again why Windward depends on him as he had a dominating pitching performance in a 5-1 victory over Pasadena Marshall to claim sole possession of first place in the Delphic League.

The junior was perfect after three innings of work and allowed only four hits in six innings.

Martin-Resnick had the feeling early that the game could go his way.

Boys Volleyball: Windward finally drops a set, but still gets past Crossroads

Windward’s boys’ volleyball team did something it had not done in an entire month on Tuesday.

The Wildcats lost a set.

It did not seem to affect Windward as they won their fifth straight game in a 25-17, 17-25, 25-17, 25-20 victory over Crossroads in an important Alpha League matchup.

Windward (13-2, 6-0 Alpha League) has lost only four sets all season prior to Tuesday when they suffered back-to-back losses to Saddleback Valley Christian at the Laguna Blanca Tournament on March 15th.

Yet the Wildcats not only dropped the second set to even the match but were tied at nine in the third as neither team could put together a run.

Baseball: Venice freshman Jackie Lopez superb in first varsity appearance in win over SOCES

There was a sense of surprise by fans at Ralph Soto Field when Venice coach Kevin Brockway brought in freshman Jackie Lopez to replace the struggling Donovan Garza in the second inning.

The lefty had only made a single appearance for the Gondoliers when he started a JV game three weeks prior and even admitted he was a little shocked to be taking the mound.

However, Lopez rose to the challenge by not allowing a single hit in 5 2/3 innings as the Gondoliers defeated Sherman Oaks CES 7-2 on Tuesday in the Dennis Gilbert Tournament.

Baseball: Strong pitching from Merced gets Animo Venice past Gardena in the Dennis Gilbert Tourney

Animo Venice has been scaring larger public schools with tough contests all week long, but finally picked up a victory when they knocked off Gardena 2-1 at the Dennis Gilbert Tournament.

The Pirates led from the start by scoring a run in each of the first two innings.

Miguel Martinez singled to left-center to start the game. He advanced to third on Arturo Diaz’s double and came home when on a Ricky Moore single to right.

Starting pitcher Alex Merced helped himself in the second by scoring on a Daniel Sandoval single to left.

Baseball: Hamilton’s Hector Velazquez throws a no-hitter vs South East

Hector Velazquez nearly threw a perfect game in Hamilton’s 6-0 victory South East in the Dennis Gilbert Tournament.

The junior did not allow a single hit in seven innings and the only South East batter to reach base was on a walk.

It is the second no-hitter that the Yankees have thrown this season. Benji Kaiserman had a five-inning no-hitter in a mercy rule win over LACES last month.

Baseball: Video – Hamilton’s Dalton Blumenfeld talks about nearly hitting a home run with a wood bat vs Animo Venice

Hamilton junior Dalton Blumenfeld talks about narrowly missed hitting a home run with a wood bat and driving in two runs in the Yankees 10-5 victory over Animo Venice.

The junior also talks about the tough road Hamilton has in trying to repeat as Western League champions.

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