Track and field
Palomares League Finals
Ayala High results from Wednesday’s meet at Claremont High School:
Girls 4x100: Ayala (first, 50.45).
Boys 4x100: Ayala (first, 46.35).
Girls 1,600m: Mikaela Ramirez (first, 4:56.40); Erin Facenda (fifth, 5:22.57); Shaina Berk (sixth, 5:22.85); Makena Morris (10th, 5:44.05).
Boys 1,600m: Zach Arias (first, 4:18.92); Andrew Martinez (fourth, 4:19.38); Jared Amancio (12th, 4:45.80).
Girls 100m hurdles: Ysabella Mallo (seventh, 17.90).
Boys 110m hurdles: Sebastian Acosta (fourth, 15.82).
Girls 400m: Samyra Smith (fourth, 58.67); Shanice Smith (sixth, 1:03.50).
Boys 400m: Nick Leon (first, 51.30); Justin Magana (eighth, 55.45).
Girls 100m: Kelsey Ehinlaiye (second, 12.74); Miranda Lee (sixth, 13.01); Anyssa Romo (eighth, 13.21); Phylicia Valdez (ninth, 13.23).
Boys 100m: David Diaz (first, 11.35); Patrick Su (seventh, 11.75).
Girls 800m: Sophia Byers (fifth, 2:27.24); Erin Facenda (sixth, 2:28.88).
Boys 800m: Jared Amancio (seventh, 2:07.00); Ryley Welch (eighth, 2:08.75).
Girls 300m hurdles: Ariana Gonzalez (second, 47.85); Madison Ing (eighth, 52.11).
Boys 300m hurdles: Sebasitan Acosta (fifth, 43.19).
Girls 200m: Kelsey Ehinlaiye (fourth, 26.18); Samyra Smith (seventh, 27.32); Phylicia Valdez (eighth, 27.90).
Boys 200m: David Diaz (third, 23.07); Nick Leon (fourth, 23.32).
Girls 3,200m: Mikaela Ramirez (first, 10:27.75); Shaina Burk (seventh, 11:44.16); Sophia Byers (10th, 12:05.93); Jeanie Cox (13th, 12:23.41); Makena Morris (14th, 12:23.47); Brett Brown (15th, 12:28.91).
Boys 3,200m: Zach Arias (first, 9:24.75); Micah Harrison (sixth, 10:01.70); Ko Akabori (ninth, 10:03.75); Nathan Chase (10th, 10:03.90); Austin Lemus (15th, 10:18.99); Yael Grimaldi (16th, 10:19.02).
Girls 4x400m: Ayala (second, 4:04.32).
Boys 4x400: Ayala (first, 3:28.64).
Girls long jump: Anyssa Romo (second, 17-07); Ayanna Sadipe (third, 17-06); Simone Torregano (fourth, 17-03.50); Miranda Lee (eighth, 16-03); Sydney Torregano (ninth, 15-07.50).
Boys long jump: Zachary Haro (second, 20-07); Shane Nguyen (third, 20-04.50); Derrick McMillan (seventh, 18-10).
Girls triple jump: Madison Moneymaker (first, 36-04.50); Simone Torregano (fourth, 33-08); Sydney Torregano (fifth, 33-03); Madison Ing (seventh, 31-02).
Boys triple jump: Shane Nguyen (first, 41-05).
Girls high jump: Madison Moneymaker (first, 5-02).
Boys high jump: Michael Stine (third, 5-06).
Girls pole vault: Laila Quezada (second, 9-06); Dora Zhu (third, 9-00).
Boys pole vault: Justin Scarcelli (fourth, 12-00); Bryan Jung (sixth, 11-06); Ryan McClung (seventh, 11-00).
Girls shot put: Alejandra Contreras (fourth, 31-07); Summer McNeal (fifth, 31-00); Naomi Nwishi (seventh, 28-05).
Boys shot put: Brian McMillan (second, 46-08.50); Nick Hale (fourth, 43-09); Grayson Sowers (fifth, 43-03.50).
Girls discus: Summer McNeal (second, 96-07); Alejandra Contreras (seventh, 81-09); Alexa Hoover (eighth, 80-06).
Boys discus: Grayson Sowers (second, 140-06); Cole Padilla (third, 133-05); Michael Stine (fifth, 130-07); Nick Hale (sixth, 127-09); Matt Vargas (eighth, 123-08).
Ayala 6, Claremont 0
Bulldogs’ freshman Cole Koniarsky had a bases loaded triple in the fourth inning Tuesday, leading Ayala past Claremont in league play. Pitcher Curtis Nagel tossed six innings, struck out seven and allowed four hits to earn the win. Ethan Rivera, Joe Naranjo and John Pappas recorded an RBI apiece for the Bulldogs.
Charter Oak 9, Chino 3
Chino’s Cameron White homered and knocked in two runs Tuesday in the Cowboys’ loss to Charter Oak. Jacob Moreno finished with three hits, including a home run, and recorded five RBIs for Charter Oak.
Los Osos 3, Chino Hills 0
Chino Hills High was shut out for the second straight game with Monday’s loss to Los Osos. Los Osos’ Tommy Kolling had two hits and two RBIs to lead the Grizzlies.
Upland 2, Chino Hills 0
Upland scored a run in the fourth inning and added a run in the fifth inning last Saturday to defeat the Huskies in a Battle of the Baseline League game played at Loanmart Field in Rancho Cucamonga. The win snapped Upland’s eight-game losing streak to start the league season.
Mt. Baldy League
Chaffey 16, Don Lugo 3
Don Lugo fell to 12-7 overall, 7-3 in league with Tuesday’s loss to Chaffey.
Chino Hills 1, Upland 0 (8 innings)
Chino Hills High won the 2018 Baseline League championship Wednesday afternoon after an extra-inning win over Upland to improve to 8-0 in league.
The Huskies have two regular season games remaining, playing at Los Osos Monday and host Rancho Cucamonga Wednesday. Both games are scheduled for 3:15 p.m.
Against Upland, Kayleen Schneider had a walk-off RBI single to score Payton Kelly in the bottom of the eighth inning.
Chino Hills 8, Etiwanda 5
Baseline League leader Chino Hills improved to 7-0 in league play Monday with its victory over Etiwanda. Alyssa Martinez led the way for Chino Hills with three hits, including a home run, and three RBIs. Makena Brocki, Kayla Chavez, Reese Vargas, Brooke Johnson and Mykenzie Hanna recorded an RBI apiece for Chino Hills.
Bonita 6, Ayala 3
Ayala’s Kobie Hura finished 3 for 3 with a double and run scored and Kyleigh Sand and Hannah Hughbanks had two hits apiece Tuesday in the Bulldogs’ loss to Bonita. Bonita scored five of its six runs in the fifth inning.
Chino 13, West Covina 1
Chino improved to 5-2 in league play Tuesday with a 12-run victory over the Bulldogs. Cowgirls’ pitcher Emily Leavitt picked up the win and hit a three-run home run, Karagan Varela went 2 for 2 with four RBIs and Samantha Badios and Milaysia Ochoa each knocked in a pair of runs for Chino.
Mt. Baldy League
Chaffey 4, Don Lugo 1
Chaffey scored four first-inning runs Tuesday in its win over Don Lugo. Savannah Magadan had two of Don Lugo’s three hits in the game.
Don Lugo 5, Ontario 0
Don Lugo pitcher Crystal Amaral recorded 12 strikeouts and allowed three hits to earn a complete-game shut out victory Monday against the Jaguars. Ellie Garcia finished 2 for 3 for Don Lugo.
Ontario Christian 22, Western Christian 1
(5 innings, mercy rule)
Ontario Christian led 3-1 after two innings, 12-1 after four innings and scored 10 runs in the fifth inning Tuesday for a five-run mercy rule win. Reese Montgomery went 4 for 4 with six RBIs and Bridgette Trujillo finished 3 for 3 with four RBIs for Ontario Christian. Jordyn Mason, Kellie Hough and Autumn Moya recorded two RBIs apiece for the Knights, who improved to 16-4 overall, 10-1 in league.
Ontario Christian 7, Notre Dame 0
Ontario Christian’s Autumn Moya tossed a complete-game no hitter Monday, finishing with 13 strikeouts in the Knights’ win over Notre Dame.
Ayala 6, Diamond Ranch 4
Ayala head coach John Ameluxen won his 500th career game last Saturday with the Bulldogs’ two-run victory over the Panthers. Tatiana Garcia had a home run, single and three RBIs to lead the Bulldogs. Marissa Zorrilla and Hannah Hughbanks recorded an RBI apiece for Ayala.
Diamond Ranch 6, Ayala 3
Diamond Ranch scored six unanswered runs after Ayala took a 3-0 lead in the top of the first inning last Saturday to earn a win over the Bulldogs. Kayla Rodgers, Tatiana Garcia and Hannah Hughbanks each recorded an RBI for Ayala.
Ambassador League Finals
Ontario Christian’s William Mouw shot a 68 and 67 to capture the Ambassador League individual championship Wednesday to earn the league’s Player of the Year and league finals champion. Hannah Zeman and Kevin Jack finished in a tie for fifth place with a two-day score of 159 and Thomas Yang took ninth with a score of 167. Mouw, Zeman and Jack qualified for the CIF-Southern Section Individual match
Ontario Christian 211, Linfield Christian 225
Ontario Christian won the regular season league championship April 27 afternoon with a 14-shot victory over Linfield Christian at Cross Creek Golf Course in Temecula.
The Knights finished with an undefeated record of 12-0 in league.
Pomona defeats Don Lugo 25-13, 25-11, 25-22
Pomona improved to 20-4 overall, 10-0 in league