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Local High Schools in League Competition

First published in the March 10 print issue of the Pasadena Outlook.

The Flintridge Prep varsity softball team opened Prep League action by falling to visiting Providence of Burbank, 18-4, last Friday. Junior Sarah Bougdanos finished 2-for-4 with two doubles and three runs scored, while senior Luna Tobar went 2-for-4 with three RBIs.
The Wolves recently dropped a nonleague game to visiting Ramona Convent of Alhambra, 13-1, last Tuesday. Freshman starting pitcher Elise Fong took the loss but did damage at the plate, finishing 1-for-2 with a double and an RBI.
Flintridge Prep previously won its first game of the season against visiting Claremont Webb, 14-4, on Feb. 25. Senior Jaime Notley finished 3-for-5 with four RBIs, while Bougdanos went 1-for-2 with four runs scored and three stolen bases. Meanwhile, Fong earned her first career victory in the circle.
The Wolves (1-3-1 overall record, 0-1 in league) are scheduled to host Mayfield Senior in a league game on Friday, March 11, at 3:30 p.m.

The Tologs lost a second consecutive nonleague game at West Hills Chaminade, 10-3, last Friday. Junior outfielder Charlotte Taylor finished 1-for-2 with a double and an RBI, sophomore infielder Megan Milton and freshman infielder Ava Nawrocki each registered a double and a run scored, and senior captain Jessie Mysza tallied a base hit and a run scored. Senior catcher Olivia Ocon finished 1-for-2 with a double, while junior infielder Marie Milton collected a base hit.
FSHA lost a nonleague game to visiting Sherman Oaks Notre Dame, 8-4, last Wednesday despite sophomore infielder Isabela Guerrero blasting a solo home run. Senior captain Victoria Ramirez collected a double and two RBIs, while senior outfielder Lola Low and Marie Milton tallied a hit and a run scored. Senior outfielder Faith Blea, Mysza and Ocon each registered a base hit, while Nawrocki scored once.
The Tologs defeated visiting Mayfield Senior, 9-5, in a nonleague game on Feb. 28. FSHA took the lead in the second inning and never looked back, although Mayfield did make it interesting by scoring four runs in the last two innings. Ramirez went 4-for-4 with two RBIs, while Marie Milton finished 3-for-4 with three runs scored. Ramirez allowed no earned runs (there were five unearned) over seven innings with nine strikeouts in the circle. Low drove in two on a base hit and scored a run, senior infielder Caitlin Cruz recorded a hit and a run scored, and Mysza knocked in an RBI on a base hit. Guerrero roped an RBI triple and scored a run, Blea stole a base and drove in two RBIs, and Taylor and Ocon scored two and one runs, respectively.
The Tologs previously crushed visiting La Salle College Preparatory, 20-0, as Ramirez finished 2-for-4 with two doubles, three RBI and two runs scored. Guerrero, who finished 2-for-3 at the plate with two RBI and two runs scored, pitched five shutout innings with seven strikeouts.
FSHA (2-3 overall) is scheduled to host Granada Hills Charter of Granada Hills in a nonleague game on Friday, March 11, at 2:30 p.m.

After being shut out in their season opener, the Panthers bounced back and crushed visiting Marshall High, 15-5, in a nonleague game last Wednesday. Poly previously dropped its season opener at South Pasadena, 17-0, as junior infielder Amy Sessions tallied a base hit.
The Panthers (1-1 overall) are scheduled to continue Prep League action by visiting Providence High of Burbank on Friday, March 11, at 3:15 p.m.

The Lancers dropped their fourth consecutive game by falling at San Marino, 16-6, in a nonleague game last Tuesday. Pitcher Bella Ferrari and utility player Holly Rettig each registered two RBIs on base hits, while outfielder Talia Ettinger and infielder Tati Pisa each collected base hits.
In a nonleague game, La Salle lost at Flintridge Sacred Heart, 20-0, on Feb. 24 as Pisa’s hard ground ball through the left side of the infield accounted for the only Lancer hit.
La Salle lost its second straight road game at La Cañada, 17-1, as Pisa blasted a solo home run on a two-strike count. Outfielder Matea Cepielik finished 2-for-2, while Ferrari, Ettinger and catcher Zoe Thomas each collected a base hit.

The Minutemen lost a high-scoring nonleague game at John Muir High School, 20-15, last Friday. Maranatha previously opened its season by defeating host Muir, 19-3, on Feb. 22. No individual statistics were reported to the Pasadena Outlook.
The Minutemen (1-1 overall) are scheduled to open Olympic League action at La Habra Whittier Christian on Tuesday, March 15, at 3:15 p.m.


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