Ventura shot 67 percent while building a 19-point halftime lead on Saturday night en route to a 64-42 women’s basketball win over visiting SBCC. The Pirates, ranked No. 13 in the state and No. 4 in Southern Cal, clinched their 28th straight WSC North title. Ventura is 23-7 and 9-1. Meagan Moore scored 18 points on 7-14 shooting, including 4-7 from long range, for the Vaqueros, who finish the year 12-14 overall and 4-6 in conference.
SBCC erupted for 20 runs on 15 hits in the first three innings on Saturday and went on to rout West Los Angeles 25-6 in a nonconference baseball game at Pershing Park. Joshua Perlmutter, a freshman infielder from Notre Dame High, made a big bang in his first college start, going 5-for-6 with seven RBIs. Leadoff hitter Reinhard Lautz was 3-5 with five RBIs and four runs. Jake Holton went 3-4 with three RBIs and Nicholas Prainito was 3-6 with two RBIs.
Maddie Foster had three hits, with a triple and four RBIs on Friday, and SBCC rallied for a pair of victories on the first day of the Mt. San Jacinto President’s Day Softball Tournament at Wheatfield Park in Menifee. The Vaqueros (6-5) erased a 3-1 deficit with three runs in the fifth to beat Mt. San Jacinto 4-3 in the morning game. They survived a six-run fourth inning by L.A. Mission and overcame an 8-3 deficit with six runs of their own in the fifth on the way to a 10-8 victory.
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Selecting a term
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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