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May 06, 2003|MARTIN HENDERSON

MARTIN HENDERSON'S SOFTBALL RANKINGS AND COMMENTS

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*--* Rk School (Record) Comment (Last Week) 1 MATER DEI (18-3, SS-Div. I) Heather Johnson had three hits, three RBIs in 13-3 victory over Santa Margarita. (1) 2 COR. SANTIAGO (19-3, SS-Div. II) Taryne Mowatt continued to mow down opponents with her 17th shutout. (2) 3 G.G. PACIFICA (23-2, SS-Div. III) Mariners get a battle from Garden Grove but win, 3-0. (3) 4 VALENCIA (22-3, SS-Div. I) Ashley Herrera homered, Krystan Reed had winning RBI to defeat Hart in 12. (4) 5 ROYAL (15-4, SS-Div. I) Pulled even with Simi Valley in the vicious Marmonte League race. (5) 6 CORONA (20-3, SS-Div. II) RBI singles by Brooke Phipps and Sabrina Hernandez beat Centennial in 11. (6) 7 EL MODENA (18-4, SS-Div. II) Lindsay Klein pitched two-hitter, had two-run single in win over Brea Olinda. (8) 8 SIMI VALLEY (15-6, SS-Div. I) Does loss to Westlake really mean Pioneers should take significant dive? (7) 9 CALIFORNIA (15-5, SS-Div. II) Jennifer Davis has three no-hitters in a row, including perfect game vs. El Rancho. (9) 10 RIVERSIDE POLY (18-4, SS-Div. I) Liz Caputo homered in victories over Canyon Springs, Valley View. (10) 11 HART (15-6, SS-Div. I) Can't get timely hit in 12-inning loss to Valencia or against Royal. (11) 12 ROSARY (18-3, SS-Div. I) Royals, 15-1 with Darcie McClelland pitching, are ready to move up. (12) 13 H.H. WILSON (18-3, SS-Div. III) Jamee Juarez tossed a three-hitter against Charter Oak. (13) 14 ANA. CANYON (18-7, SS-Div. II) Double steal against El Dorado provided 12th consecutive victory. (14) 15 WESTLAKE (14-5, SS-Div. I) Talk about big weeks, Ava Amini's bat beat Simi Valley and Thousand Oaks. (15) 16 SAN PEDRO (22-1, City) Ashley Esparza checks in with a 0.13 earned-run average. (16) 17 NEWBURY PARK (13-8-1, SS-Div. I) Best fourth-place team in Southern California? Probably. (18) 18 ETIWANDA (18-5, SS-Div. I) Amber Spaulding had RBIs in two victories over Alta Loma. (19) 19 CAMARILLO (15-5, SS-Div. I) Cambria Miranda has eight RBIs in last two games. (21) 20 DON LUGO (20-1, SS-Div. II) Megan Dubois' one-hitter, Rene Ramos' RBI beat Chaffey, 1-0. (22) 21 WOODBRIDGE (18-8, SS-Div. I) Streaking Warriors try to avenge last loss when they play Foothill on Thursday. (24) 22 CAJON (21-4, SS-Div. II) Kelli MacKenzie fans 17 in eight-inning no-hitter vs. San Bernardino. (23) 23 THOUSAND OAKS (11-7-1, SS-Div. I) Lancers won't win fifth consecutive Marmonte title. (17) 24 MORENO VALLEY (20-4, SS-Div. I) Ivy League title hopes dealt a blow by Canyon Springs. (21) 25 GLENDORA (14-5-1, (SS-Div. I) Alanna Snedigar's RBI single in ninth held off upset-minded Chino. (25)

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EXTRA BASES

HIGHLIGHTS

* Fullerton Rosary Coach Tom Tice got his 200th victory in memorable fashion. Senior shortstop Lizzie Hagen hit for the cycle, in order -- single, double, triple, home run -- and had four runs batted in for the Royals in their 10-0 Serra League victory over Santa Margarita. In addition, senior first baseman Caitlin Carroll had five RBIs on two doubles. Tice is 201-88 in 10 seasons.

* Crescenta Valley's 55-game Pacific League winning steak was ended when Glendale scored a 2-1 victory on Thursday. The Falcons' last loss was the final game of the 1997 season.

HEROICS

* Anaheim Canyon extended its winning streak to 12 games when Stephanie Anderson scored on the front end of a double steal in the top of the seventh, giving the Comanches a 1-0 victory over Placentia El Dorado.

* Anaheim Esperanza got a two-run homer from Kristen Dedmon in the bottom of the 14th to tie the score and a solo homer from Leslie Pedersen in the bottom of the 15th for a 4-3 victory over Huntington Beach Edison.

ON DECK

* The Ivy League title should be decided today at Moreno Valley, where the No. 24 Vikings play No. 10 Riverside Poly.

* Though No. 23 Thousand Oaks (4-5-1 in league) may be out of the Marmonte League title chase, it can still help determine the champion. The Lancers play at No. 8 Simi Valley (9-2) on Thursday, and No. 15 Westlake Village Westlake (8-3) plays at No. 17 Newbury Park (5-5-1).

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