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Valencia's Sydney Mundell Leads East All Stars In San Fernando Valley Softball Classic

Valencia’s Sydney Mundell Leads East All Stars In San Fernando Valley Softball Classic

Valencia’s Sydney Mundell was selected as the top defensive player for her team in the eighth annual San Fernando Valley all-star classic softball game.

The East All Stars won the game, 5-3, over the West All Stars. Mundell started for the East team and pitched four innings, allowing one run on six hits.

Hart’s Sierra Quiala and Janae Coleman knocked in a pair of runs in the second inning to give the East All Stars a 2-0 lead.

Valencia’s Kristina Brackpool had two hits for the East All Stars.

Rachel Shotzbarger from Saugus won the home run derby at the all-star classic. She is the fourth player in a row from the Foothill League to win the home run derby.


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In hockey, the Kings and defenseman Slava Voynov agreed to a six-year contract. Voynov led the Kings in scoring in the playoffs with six goals and 13 points.

He set career highs for points and assists during the shortened regular season. He had 25 points and 19 assists.

In the NBA Finals, the Miami Heat beat the San Antonio Spurs, 103-100 in overtime, in Game 6. Ray Allen hit a 3-pointer at the end of regulation to send the game into overtime. He made two free throws at the end of the overtime period to give the Heat a three-point lead.

LeBron James recorded a triple double for the Heat with 32 points, 11 assists and 10 rebounds.

Game 7 is Thursday in Miami.

In baseball, the Dodgers and Yankees were rained out yesterday in New York. The two teams will play a doubleheader today.

The first game is at 10 this morning. Hyun-Jin Ryu starts for the Dodgers against former Dodger Hiroki Kuroda for the Yankees.

The second game is set to start at 4. It will be Chris Capuano starting for the Dodgers against Phil Hughes for the Yankees.

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