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Southern Section Softball Roundup

May 12, 2000|From Staff Reports

Canyon 3, Burroughs 2--Nicole Lepine scored the winning run in the eighth on Erika Owen's two-out single in a Foothill League game at Canyon.

Owen, Sonia Zapata and Briana Trudeau each had two hits for Canyon (15-10, 5-5).

Vanessa Menlaca had two hits for Burroughs.

Simi Valley 1, Westlake 0--Jamie Astorino scored from second on Cindy Gray's seventh-inning single in a Marmonte League finale to give the host Pioneers (18-8, 8-4) a third-place finish and an automatic playoff berth.

Westlake (16-11, 7-5), ranked No. 7 by The Times, may receive an at-large playoff berth in Division III.

Mandy Kilionski (8-2) threw a three-hitter, struck out seven and walked one for No. 6 Simi Valley.

Erin Voeltz (16-10) allowed six hits and struck out 11.

Thousand Oaks 4, Royal 1--Nicole Angelo threw a one-hitter and struck out six for the Lancers (21-5-1, 12-0) in a Marmonte League victory at Thousand Oaks Community Park.

Angelo lost her no-hit bid when Michelle Newbold homered with two out in the seventh.

Sheridan Fowler and Shannon Teverbaugh each had two hits.

Crescenta Valley 2, Glendale 0--Meredith Cervenka (25-1) pitched a two-hitter, striking out 12 and walking none for Crescenta Valley (26-1, 10-0) in a Pacific League game at Glendale.

Cervenka singled to drive in Ashley Powell in the second inning and tripled in the fifth inning, scoring on a sacrifice fly by Annemarie Blodgett.

Highland 10, Antelope Valley 0--Ashlie D'Errico doubled, tripled, homered and scored three times for the Bulldogs (18-7, 9-1), who clinched their first Golden League title in the program's eight-year history.

Nichole Rawson threw a one-hitter and faced just one over the minimum in a game called after six innings because of the 10-run rule.

Paraclete 2, L.A. Baptist 1--Visiting Paraclete (15-10, 5-1) earned a share of the Alpha League championship behind Sara Gonzales (6-5), who allowed five hits and struck out seven.

Lauren McDonald drove in two runs with a single in the first inning.

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