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By Joe Torosian “And, as his strength failed him at length, he wondered upon a sportswriters shadow… “Shadow,” said he, “where it can be this land called Montebello?”—Jack McTaggart Kick it! Right off the Top: Road team…Top of the ninth…three-run homer…It was like living through Jack Clark all over again.
By Cory Kwok (Sierra Madre)- Pasadena scored on its first three possessions, but needed to hold on for a 21-14 win over La Salle on Friday night in non-league play.
(Sierra Madre)- Maranatha took advantage of La Salle’s inability to capitalize on five Minutemen turnovers by taking advantage of just two Lancer turnovers that led to 14 points in the third quarter. Maranatha’s second half flurry was enough to defeat La Salle 20-3 to take “The Battle for the Crown”.
Good Afternoon! Oh, I have always been a Bonita Bearcat fan!
(South Pasadena) – On a hot Saturday afternoon, La Salle and South Pasadena met in a double-header that the Lancers swept 11-2, 11-0. Strong pitching performances by Rachel Albright and Beverly Valerio helped La Salle hold the struggling Tigers to just two runs in 12 innings of play between the two games.
Wish Spring Break could hit all teams at the same time. The next two weeks will see an abbreviated schedule with more than half of the schools heading into the Spring Break. The remainder will have already taken the vacation this week or the following week.
By Josh Lowden (Arcadia) – La Salle broke out of its scoring slump with a 5-0 victory over Arcadia as Rachel Albright tossed a no-hitter in a rare night game for both ball clubs. Albright also had two RBI’s and three strikeouts.
(West Covina) – In the midst of losing six of seven games, La Salle came in looking for a break to start a different streak. Instead, the Lancers dropped their second straight Del Rey League contest to St. Paul 5-2.
By Josh Lowden (West Covina) – President Theodore Roosevelt once said, “Do what you can, with what you have, where you are.” Those words could describe the Monrovia play as they scored five runs on only six hits in a 5-2 victory over La Salle Friday Afternoon in the Charter Oak Tournament.
(Pasadena) – The magical run by La Salle came to an end on Wednesday night with a tough loss against defending State Champion runner-up St. Anthony’s, 49-35.