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March 16, 2004|MARTIN HENDERSON'S

MARTIN HENDERSON'S SOFTBALL

RANKINGS AND COMMENTS:

(Through Saturday's games)

Rk; School (Rec.-Div.); Comment and previous rank

1 NORCO

(5-0 SS-Div. II) Brianna Goad's homer tops Taryne Mowatt and Santiago. (3)

2 MATER DEI

(7-1 SS-Div. I) Lost to No. 1 team in the nation despite Britni Rodriguez three-hitter. (4)

3 COR. SANTIAGO

(4-1 SS-Div. II) Norco's Ursula Lopez sent Taryne Mowatt to the hospital. (2)

4 G.G. PACIFICA

(5-2 SS-Div. III) Like Mater Dei, lost to Missouri City (Texas) Elkins. (1)

5 DIAMOND BAR

(2-0 SS-Div. II) Two games down and still hasn't allowed a hit. (6)

6 RIV. POLY

(4-1 SS-Div. I) Nikki Packwood's RBI single beat hosts for third place in Corona tournament. (7)

7 CORONA

(5-2 SS-Div. II) No disgrace in losing to Norco and Riverside Poly in extra innings. (9)

8 FOOTHILL

(7-2 SS-Div. I) Knights needing more than one run to win. (10)

9 CARSON

(6-0 City) Off to a strong start behind Danira Iolamo, Christina Schallig. (14)

10 ROSARY

(3-1 SS-Div. I) Question mark pitchers have delivered three shutouts. (16)

11 EL TORO

(4-3 SS-Div. I) Two of Chargers' losses are to Mater Dei, one in extra innings. (17)

12 THOU. OAKS

(4-0 SS-Div. I) Scored 23 runs in four games to win Hart title, Melissa Smith MVP. (18)

13 VILLAGE CHR.

(2-0 SS-Div. V) Lauren Nydam tosses perfect game vs. Arcadia. (20)

14 DIAMOND RANCH

(4-0 SS-Div. II) Amanda Klimczak has 59 strikeouts in four games. (22)

15 SAN PEDRO

(5-2 City) Pirates are undefeated with Ashley Esparza pitching. (15)

16 VALENCIA

(5-1 SS-Div. I) In fairly easy doubleheader sweep, outscored Camarillo, 12-4. (19)

17 ANA. CANYON

(4-3 SS-Div. II) Has a doubleheader showdown Wednesday at Riverside Poly. (11)

18 HIGHLAND

(3-1 SS-Div. I) Out of nowhere, Bulldogs defeated Chaminade, Westlake. (NR)

19 DOS PUEBLOS

(6-0-1 SS-Div. IV) Won Simi Valley tournament with 7-0 upset of Camarillo. (NR)

20 WESTLAKE

(2-2 SS-Div. I) A slow death, pitchers allowed 21 walks in four games. (8)

21 CAMARILLO

(3-3 SS-Div. I) With three losses, Scorpions haven't lived up to expectations. (5)

22 LOS ALAMITOS

(3-2 SS-Div. I) Brittany Murphy's four hits complete the cycle. (24)

23 R. CUCAMONGA

(6-0 SS-Div. I) Won San Dimas championship with win over Glendora. (NR)

24 DON LUGO

(5-1 SS-Div. Div. II) Came away with the Brea tournament title. (NR)

25 EL DORADO

(5-1 SS-Div. II) Golden Hawks won Cypress tournament championship. (NR)

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