Chino Hills High softball players

Chino Hills High softball players celebrate Brooke Johnson’s (#8) walk-off home run Wednesday afternoon as the Huskies defeated Roosevelt, 2-1, at the Chino Hills High field. With the win, Chino Hills improved to 12-2. 

Baseball

Palomares League

Ayala 14, Claremont 4

Ayala snapped its four-game league losing streak Tuesday with a 10-run win over the Wolfpack. Cole Koniarsky finished with a home run, two doubles and four RBIs, Ethan Rivera had two hits and two RBIs and Sean McLeod and Kyle Velazquez each had two hits and an RBI for Ayala. 

Diamond Bar 7, Ayala 3

Ayala fell to 0-4 in league Monday with a loss to first-place Diamond Bar (4-0 in league). Zach Marin had a hit, three RBIs and scored two runs for Diamond Bar, which scored three runs in the sixth inning and four runs in the seventh inning after trailing the Bulldogs 3-0.

Ambassador League

Ontario Christian 11, Aquinas 0 

(5 innings, mercy rule)

Ontario Christian pitcher Moses Serrano tossed a one-hitter and struck out nine for a five-inning complete game victory Tuesday. Serrano also finished 2 for 3 from the plate, recording two doubles, two RBIs and two runs scored. Eli Stool, Jacob Premschufer and Maximus Hernandez had two RBIs apiece for Ontario Christian (12-1 overall, 3-0 in league).

Ontario Christian 12, Notre Dame 1 

(5 innings, mercy rule)

Ontario Christian’s Jacob Premschufer had a triple and three RBIs last Saturday as the Knights defeated Notre Dame High School of Riverside. The Knights struck early, scoring seven runs in the top of the first inning and scored its final five runs in the fourth and fifth innings to force the mercy rule. Alexander Terriquez had two hits and two RBIs and Aaron Zubiate finished two doubles and two RBIs for Ontario Christian.

Hacienda League

Los Altos 3, Chino 2

Joshua Cate had two hits and an RBI for Chino Wednesday, but the Cowboys fell to Los Altos. 

Charter Oak 4, Chino 1

Chino’s Robert Moreno had a single, double and an RBI, but the Cowboys fell to Charter Oak Tuesday.

Anaheim Lions Tournament

Chino Hills 4, Murrieta Valley 3 

The Huskies rallied for three runs in the bottom of the seventh inning, capped by a walk-off single by Connor Brady, Wedneday to pull out a one-run win against Murrieta Valley. Michael Rosales had two hits and an RBI for Chino Hills.

Aliso Niguel 6, Chino Hills 1

Aliso Niguel led 4-0 after two innings in its defeat of Chino Hills Tuesday.

Chino Hills 13, Anaheim 5

Gavin Woodward knocked in three runs on two hits and Michael Rosales had two hits and two RBIs Monday in the Huskies’ win over Anaheim. Chino Hills scored seven runs in the fourth inning and had a three-run sixth inning in the victory.

Chino Hills 15, Lincoln 3

Chino Hills High’s Dakota Fine recorded a triple and three RBIs last Saturday in the Huskies win against Lincoln. Connor Brady had two hits, two RBIs and scored three runs and five other Chino Hills players recorded an RBI.

Chino Hills 8, Rocky Mountain 2

Chino Hills’ Gavin Woodward finished with two doubles, a single and two RBIs for the Huskies in their win last Saturday over Rocky Mountain High School of Colorado. Michael Rosales had two RBIs for Chino Hills. 

Softball

Palomares League

South Hills 6, Ayala 5 

Ayala fell to 1-3 in league play Wednesday after a one-run loss to the Huskies (2-1 in league).

Ayala 10, Claremont 0

(5 innings, mercy rule)

Ayala picked up its first league win of the season, shutting out the Wolfpack Tuesday.

Ambassador League

Aquinas 12, Ontario Christian 2

Aquinas scored eight of its 12 runs Tuesday during the fifth, sixth and seventh innings to earn a league win against Ontario Christian. Bridgette Trujillo finished with a single, double and two RBIs for Ontario Christian.

Chino Hills 2, Roosevelt 1 

Chino Hills High’s Brooke Johnson, a DePaul University commit, had a walk-off solo home run Wednesday afternoon in the Huskies’ win over Roosevelt. 

Kayla Chavez tied the game at 1-1 with an infield RBI single in the fifth inning for Chino HIlls, which improved to 12-2 this season. 

Nonleague

Don Lugo 3, Villa Park 1

Don Lugo broke a scoreless tie with three runs in the bottom of the fifth inning Tuesday in its win over Villa Park at the Don Lugo High field.

Redlands Tournament

Chino Hills 6, Upland 3

Chino Hills won the Redlands Tournament championship title last Saturday, beating Upland in the final game. 

Kayla Chavez homered, singled and had two RBIs, Reese Vargas recorded  a two-run home run, and Makena Brocki tripled and brought home a run for Chino Hills. 

Other Chino Hills tournament scores: Chino Hills 9, Valley View 8 (9 innings); Chino Hills 5, Santiago 4 (8 innings); Chino Hills 10, Grand Terrace 2; Chino Hills 9, Beaumont 5.  

Boys volleyball

Miramonte League

Ganesha defeats Don Lugo 25-14, 25-23, 25-17

Don Lugo (1-4) opened league play March 23 with a straight-sets loss to Ganesha. 

Nonleague

Ontario Christian defeats Upland 28-26, 25-20, 22-25, 25-20

Ontario Christian improved its overall record to 7-10 with Tuesday night’s four-set win at Upland High School.  

Valley Christian Tournament

Ontario Christian High scores from last weekend’s tournament in Cerritos: El Rancho defeats Ontario Christian 25-17, 25-23; Ontario Christian defeats Montebello 25-18, 25-22; Ontario Christian defeats Mayfair 25-17, 19-25, 17-15; Peninsula defeats Ontario Christian 25-9, 25-20.

Boys tennis

Baseline League

Damien 14, Chino Hills 4

Chino Hills singles winners from Tuesday’s league match: Matthew Chio (6-2).

Doubles: Hubert Li and Joshua Costa (6-3, 7-6); Jimmy Troung and Nathaniel Marquez (6-0).

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