Golden Valley, Canyon post nonleague wins.
The Valencia softball team is back to its winning ways. Valencia beat Oxnard, 2-0, Wednesday after losing to Norco in the championship game of the Tournament of Champions over the weekend.
Lauren Boser and Maddi Shipman each drove in a run and had a double against Oxnard. Valencia is 7-1 on the young season, the only loss coming against Norco, 4-2, in Bullhead City, Arizona, on Saturday.
The Golden Valley softball team posted a win against L.A. Baptist, 5-3. Karlie Habitz was 3-for-3 and drove in three runs for Golden Valley. Canyon shut out San Marino, 12-0.
In high school baseball, Hart split a doubleheader with West Torrance. Hart lost the first game, 5-4, but won the nightcap, 3-2, turning a triple play in the third inning.
In high school volleyball, Golden Valley swept Eastside in three games and Canyon won in three games against Village Christian.
In high school tennis, Valencia beat Crescenta Valley, 10-8.
The Foothill League boys soccer coaches chose Canyon’s Andrew Wilson as Player of the year.
In college baseball, the College of the Canyons knocked off Glendale College, 6-4.
In college softball, College of the Canyons edged Antelope Valley College, 2-1.
In pro golf, Joseph Grenier, who played at College of the Canyons, has a share of the lead in the Canadian Professional Golf Tour’s Florida Winter Qualifying School. Grenier, who is from Saugus, and Matt Johnston from Winnipeg have a two-shot lead after two rounds at Silverthorn Country Club in Brooksville, Florida. There are two rounds left in the tournament. The top nine finishers will earn golf cards to participate on the Canadian Tour.