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The Master’s College Women’s Basketball Team Upset In Quarterfinals Of GSAC Tournament

The Master’s College women’s basketball team lost to Biola, 56-51, in the quarterfinals of the Golden State Athletic Conference Tournament.

The Lady Mustangs are ranked No. 11 in the NAIA and were the third-seeded team in the conference tournament.

Lena Rivera and Jacquelyn Marshall each scored 14 points for The Master’s College women, but they were the only players in double figures. The team shot 29 percent from the field.

In high school baseball, Saugus and Valencia are still alive in the championship bracket of the Easton Tournament.

Saugus plays Quartz Hill and Valencia plays Crespi today in the quarterfinals. There are eight teams remaining in the championship division.

Saugus beat Camarillo, 8-1, in the Easton Tournament. Chris Devery hit a home run and drove in four runs for Saugus. The Centurions improved to 2-0.

The West Ranch baseball team shut out Moorpark, 11-0. Jagger Rusconi had three hits and drove in two runs for the Wildcats. Tony Slauson had two hits and three RBIs.

West Ranch and Hart are in the consolation bracket. The Wildcats play Newbury Park. Hart plays St. Bonaventure.

In high school softball, Valencia reached the quarterfinals of the Stu Penner Tournament and lost to Quartz Hill, 5-1.

The Vikings bounced back and beat Corona, 7-2, in the tournament. Wendy Cardinali hit a three-run home run and Emma Stanley was 2-for-3 with a single and a triple for Valencia.

The Golden Valley softball team won its second game of the season, 4-2, against Glendale. Sydney Herrera pitched a complete game and struck out three.

Gabby Thomas hit a three-run home run and drove in all four runs for Golden Valley, which improved to 2-0.

In college softball, the College of the Canyons swept a doubleheader against Reedley. The Lady Cougars won the first game, 14-0, and the second game, 6-1.

Ashley Sandoval-Colon and Jenny Wunderlich each had three hits and drove in two runs in the first game.

In the NHL, the Kings beat the visiting Detroit Red Wings, 2-1, at Staples Center. Anze Kopitar scored the game winner in the third period. The Kings won their fifth game in a row.

Next up for the Kings are the Vancouver Canucks on Saturday.

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