Track and field
Chino High School girls placed first in the team standings at last Saturday’s Covina Invitational at Covina High School. The Cowgirls scored 53 points, defeating second-place St. Lucy’s by a half point. Gabrielino placed third with 49 points. On the boys’ side, Chino placed seventh in the team standings with 28.5 points.
Chino results (first through fifth place finishers)
Valeia Payne (second, long jump, 16.11.50); Valeia Payne (first, 400m, 59.50); Brita Liggins (fifth, 100m, 12.86); Sarah Cuevas-Molina (third, 3,200m, 12:53.33); Pamela Booker (first, 200m, 25.35); Brita Liggins (third, 200m, 26.23); Chino (second, 4x400m, 4:07.56).
Andrew Aguilar (third, long jump, 20-03.50); Ronald Payne (second, discus, 124-08.50); Elijah House (second, 100m, 11.01); Elijah House (fifth, 200m, 22.59).
Ayala High top five event finishers from last Saturday’s meet at Roosevelt High School in Eastvale:
Shaina Burk (fourth, 3,200m, 11:39.39); Alyssa Williams, Anyssa Romo, Ariana Gonzalez, Kelsey Ehinlaiye (first, 4x100m, 49.21); Ariana Gonzalez (second, 100m hurdles, 15.57); Samyra Smith (second, 400m, 59.34); Shanice Smith (fifth, 400m, 1:01.99); Kelsey Ehinlaiye (fifth, 100m, 12.77); Ariana Gonzalez (third, 300m hurdles, 47.78); Samyra Smirth, Ariana Gonzalez, Alyssa Williams, Kelsey Ehinlaiye (second, 4x400m, 4:10.29); Madison Moneymaker (first, high jump, 5-02); Ciera Ajiere (third, high jump, 4-04); Simone Torregano (tied first, long jump, 16-06.50); Miranda Lee (fifth, long jump, 15-10); Sydney Torregano (first, triple jump, 35-10); Simone Torregano (second, 34-04.50); Ciera Ajiere (fourth, triple jump, 31-04); Summer McNeal (third, discus, 99-06.50); Alexa Hoover (fourth, discus, 83-01); Summer McNeal (third, shot put, 32-08.50).
Nick Leon (third, 400m, 50.86); Quinn Campos (third, 200m, 23.23); Sebastian Acosta, Nick Leon, Nick Cruz, Nicholas Hernandez (first, 4x400, 3:36.32); Michael Stine (second, high jump, 5-08); Justin Kim (third, high jump, 5-04); Matthew Elash (fifth, pole vault, 10-02); Grayson Sowers (first, discus, 140-02); Cole Padilla (second, discus, 138-06); Aiden Verdugo (fifth, discus, 127-05); Brian McMillan (first, shot put, 46-11); Grayson Sowers (second, shot put, 44-10); Michael Stine (third, shot put, 42-09); Matt Vargas (fifth, shot put, 40-07.50).
Chino Hills top five finisher: Brooke Savage (first, girls’ 400m, 57.25).
Trabuco Hills Invitational and Distance Carnival
Chino Hills and Ontario Christian high school top five event finishers at last Saturday’s meet at Trabuco Hills High School
Jocelyn Dubois (Chino Hills, third, pole vault, 10-03); Zoi Meaders (Chino Hills, fifth, pole vault, 9-03);
Nolan Crespo (Ontario Christian, fourth, 100m, 10.86).
Don Lugo Spring Break Tournament
Tuesday’s scores: Temescal Canyon 8, Don Lugo 2; Glendora 9, La Salle 5; Bonita 5, West Covina 0; Cantwell Sacred-Heart 12, Grace Brethren 7;
Monday’s scores: Don Lugo 3, San Gorgonio 2; Moorpark 9, La Salle 8; Glendora 14, Wilson 1; Grace Brethren 3, West Covina 2.
Walnut 6, Chino 5 (8 innings)
Chino’s Jesse Cueva finished 4 for 7 with two RBIs March 29 in the Cowboys’ extra-inning loss to the Mustangs.
St. Paul Easter Tournament
Ontario Christian 5, South El Monte 0
Eli Stool had a hit and two RBIs and Jacob Premschufer finished with two hits and an RBI in the Knights’ shut out victory Tuesday.
Culver City 7, Ontario Christian 6 (9 innings)
Ontario Christian’s Aaron Zubiate knocked in three runs on three hits, but the Knights fell to Culver City Tuesday.
Ontario Christian 9, Norwalk 0
Ontario Christian improved its record to 14-1 last Saturday with a shut out win over Norwalk to open the St. Paul Easter Tournament. Moses Serrano had a single, double and drove in three runs for Ontario Christian. Aaron McCraven had a hit and two RBIs and Dylan Schwartz and Jacob Premschufer each knocked in a run for Ontario Christian.
Ryan Lemmon Tournament
Los Alamitos 5, Ayala 4
Ayala’s Kyle Velazquez had three hits and an RBI, John Pappas finished with two hits and an RBI and Joe Naranjo hit a solo home run Tuesday in the Bulldogs’ loss to Los Alamitos.
Woodbridge 5, Ayala 3
Woodbridge scored four of their five runs Monday in the third inning and held on for a win over Ayala. Joe Naranjo homered, singled and had two RBIs for Ayala.
Millikan 5, Ayala 3
Ayala’s Joe Naranjo triple, had two singles and drove in two runs last Saturday, but the Bulldogs couldn’t catch Millikan in the opening game of the Ryan Lemmon Tournament. Sean McLeod had an RBI single for Ayala.
Chino Hills 8, Esperanza 5
Chino Hills High’s Henry Martinez, Gavin Woodward, Michael Rosales and Jared Medina drove in two runs apiece last Saturday in the Huskies’ win over Esperanza.
Mt. Baldy League
Chaffey 4, Don Lugo 3
Chaffey rallied for three runs in the top of the seventh inning Tuesday to pull out a one-run win over the Conquistadores (6-6 overall, 1-2 in league).
Chino Hills 15, Don Lugo 1
Chino Hills 12, Don Lugo 0
Chino Hills outscored Don Lugo, 27-1, to sweep a nonleague doubleheader last Saturday. Both games ended after five innings because of the 10-run mercy rule. Kayleen Schneider had seven RBIs and hit one home run on the day for Chino Hills.
Junior varsity scores: Chino Hills 15, Don Lugo 2; Chino Hills 12, Don Lugo 3.
Ayala 5, Don Lugo 1
The Bulldogs scored three runs in the third inning and added two runs in the fifth for a four-run win March 29 against Don Lugo.
Junior varsity score: Ayala 4, Don Lugo 0.