Track and field

Walnut Invitational

Chino Hills High top three event finishers from last Saturday’s Jim Polite Invitational in Walnut: Giovanni Isles (first, boys’ 100m, 11:49); Noah Rehfeldt (second, boys’ 1,600m, 4:38.64); Jake Bergmann (second, boys’ 3,200m, 10:07.28); Chino Hills (first, boys’ 4x100m, 44.67); Chino Hills (second, boys’ 4x200m, 1:36.23); Chino Hills (second, boys’ 4x800m, 8:47.42); 

Garrett Fawcett (first, boys’ shot put, 42-02); Giovanni Isles (first, boys’ long jump, 19-10); Zani Meaders (first, girls’ 100m, 12.50); Toni Ayala (second, girls’ 100m, 12.83); Zani Meaders (first, girls’ 200m, 25.26); Brooke Savage (first, girls’ 400m, 59.83); Jacqueline Duarte (first, girls’ 800m, 2:17.06); Jacqueline Duarte (first, girls’ 3,200m, 11:46.14); 

Miranda McGarry (third, girls’ 3,200m, 12:33.18); Kalli Lascurain (third, girls’ 100m hurdles, 16.92); Kalli Lascurain (second, girls’ 300m hurdles, 52.16); Chino Hills (third, girls’ 4x200m, 1:51.89); Chino Hills (third, girls’ 4x400m, 4:21.16); Gabrielle Wallace (second, girls’ shot put, 28-11); Jocelyn Dubois (tied first, girls’ pole vault, 10-06); 

Zoi Meaders (third, girls’ pole vault, 9-06); Maraian Raymundo-Link (first, girls’ long jump, 17-03.75); Maraian Raymundo-Link (third, girls’ triple jump, 33-07).

Don Lugo High top three event finishers: Anthony Figeroa (third, boys’ 300m hurdles, 43.62); Alex Navarro (third, boys’ shot put, 38-10); Alex Navarro (first, boys’ discus, 126-10.50); Justin Beltran (tied first, boys’ pole vault, 12-06); Giovanni Isles (third, boys’ triple jump, 38-11); 

Chloe Flores (first, girls’ 1,600m, 4:51.29); Elizabeth Cazares (third, girls’ 300m hurdles, 52.31); Brianna Cabrera (tied first, girls’ pole vault, 10-06).

Swimming

Cowbell Meet

Girls

Ayala 410, Chino Hills 306, Don Lugo 135, Chino 111

Event winners from the March 16 meet at Chino Hills High School: Anna Cohee, Dallas Cargile, Cadence Chang, Isabelle Rivera (Ayala, 200 medley relay, 1:57.22); Mikki Thompson (Ayala, 200 free, 1:54.51); Cadence Chang (Ayala, 200 IM, 2:19.06); Dallas Cargile (Ayala, 50 free, 25.59); Madison Enda (Chino Hills, 100 fly, 59.32); Mikki Thompson (Ayala, 100 free, 54.02); Madison Enda (Chino Hills, 500 free, 5:23.41); Jessica Fajardo, Janelle Viste, Shelby Wu, Mikki Thompson (Ayala, 200 free relay, 1:47.20); Elisabella Forest (Chino Hills, 100 back, 1:00.58); Dallas Cargile (Ayala, 100 breast, 1:07.23); Anna Cohee, Cadence Chang, Isabelle Rivera, Mikki Thompson (Ayala, 400 free relay, 3:50.92).

Boys

Chino Hills 383, Ayala 373, Don Lugo 72, Chino 62

Kyler Linton, Noah Benson, Frank Li, Christopher Kirby (Ayala, 200 medley relay, 1:43.83); Noah Benson (Ayala, 200 free, 1:49.57); Justin Chu (Ayala, 200 IM, 2:06.83); Frank Li (Ayala, 50 free, 23.07); Garrett Cargile (Ayala, 100 fly, 54.74); Carson Brenner (Chino Hills, 100 free, 50.10); Noah Benson (Ayala, 500 free, 4:59.92); Garrett Cargile, Kyler Linton, Ryan Mercado, Christopher Kirby (Ayala, 200 free relay, 1:34.32); Garrett Cargile (Ayala, 100 back, 58.79); Joseph Edera (Chino Hills, 100 breast, 1:05.49); Garrett Cargile, Kyle Surian, Noah Benson, Frank Li (Ayala, 400 free relay, 3:25.32).

Nonleague

Girls 

Ayala 250, Upland 73

Ayala event winners from its March 14 meet: Anna Cohee, Dallas Cargile, Shelby Wu, Isabelle Rivera (200 medley relay, 1:56.71); Cadence Chang (200 free, 2:02.81); Chailyn Zhang (200 IM, 2:25.31); Ariel Wooden (50 free, 25.53); Mikki Thompson (100 free, 54.31); Chailyn Zhang (500 free, 5:47.04); Cadence Chang, Isabelle Rivera, Dallas Cargile, Chailyn Zhang (200 free relay, 1:49.26); Ariel Wooden (100 back, 1:03.11); Mikki Thompson (100 breast, 1:08.03); Janelle Viste, Jessica Fajardo, Melissa Delgado, Shelby Wu (400 free relay, 4:05.49).

Boys

Ayala 172, Upland 167

Ayala event winners from its March 14 meet: Garrett Cargile, Noah Benson, Justin Chu, Christopher Kirby (200 medley relay, 1:44.79); Garrett Cargile (100 fly, 54.51); Garrett Cargile (100 back, 59.42).

Baseball

Palomares League

Bonita 3, Ayala 1

Bonita scored three runs in the bottom of the fifth inning Tuesday in its win over Ayala. The Bulldogs fell to 0-3 in league with the loss.

South Hills 7, Ayala 4

Ethan Rivera homered and Joe Naranjo and Sean McLeod had two hits apiece for Ayala Monday afternoon, but the Bulldogs fell to 0-2 in league with a loss to the Huskies. 

St. Paul Easter Tournament

Ontario Christian 6, Workman 1

Ontario Christian improved to 9-1 this season with last Saturday’s win to kick off the St. Paul Easter Tournament. Adrian Parada had a double and two RBIs, Dylan Schwartz had a double and RBI and Maximus Hernandez brought home a run for Ontario Christian.

Nonleague

Chino Hills 2, Woodcrest Christian 0

Chino Hills High’s Dakota Fine homered and Henry Martinez recorded an RBI single March 16 in the Huskies’ shut out win over Woodcrest Christian. Pitcher Preston Kelley tossed a 78-pitch, complete-game shut out, striking out five and allowing three hits for Chino Hills.

Softball

Mt. Baldy League

Montclair 4, Don Lugo 3

Don Lugo’s Savannah Magadan and Anjaly Cruz each hit a home run, but the Conquistadores fell short March 16 to Montclair. Ciara Rizo had two hits for Don Lugo.

Ontario Christian Tournament

Ontario Christian High scores from last week’s tournament: Ontario Christian 15, Maranatha 1; Ontario Christian 4, Calvary Chapel 1; Rialto 4, Ontario Christian 1; Ontario Christian 15, Whittier Christian 6. 

(1) comment

TMC

You need to do a big story on Ontario Christian baseball. After losing 11 seniors last year nobody could have seen the success of this season so far. With a tremendous amount of freshman and sophomore talent, some versatile juniors and a senior ace pitcher who transferred in from from Damien (plus another senior pitcher transfer from Ayala still waiting to be eligible) this team is ranked #1 in CIF-SS Div 5 and in the top 50 in the state. Coach John Love has built a strong team that is beating higher division teams with strong pitching, solid defense and timely hitting. While many tough games lie ahead this Knights team will only improve as the season progresses.

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