BASEBALL

Sultana beats Serrano 13-2

Visiting team Sultana blew out Serrano in a league game 13-2 on Thursday, April 9. Kenneth McMurray went 4-for-5.

Hesperia crushes Apple Valley 10-3

Led by Steven Beltran's 3-for-4 production -- including a solo home run -- and Cameron Heckman's pitching, the Hesperia Scorpions crushed Apple Valley 10-3 on Thursday, April 9.

Hesperia beats Silverado 5-3

Juan Manibusan went 2-for-3 and pitched for the winner, 5-3, against Silverado on Monday, April 6.

Teammate Kyle Bussey also went 2-for-3.

Sultana beats AV, 11-9

At home, Sultana edged the Sun Devils, 11-9, on Tuesday, April 7.

Hesperia Christian production forces game's end

Hesperia Christian pounded Bethel Christian 18-7, prompting the game to be halted due to the Mercury Rule on Thursday, April 9.

BOYS TENNIS

Hesperia defeats Sultana 10-8

Led by Sagar Patel, the Hesperia High boys tennis team defeated Sultana on Tuesday, April 7 with a score of 10-8.

Serrano defeats Hesperia 10-8

Serrano edged Hesperia 10-8 on Thursday, April 9.

GOLF

Patriots win at Apple Valley

Hesperia Christian won its fifth Agape League match over four opponents at Apple Valley Country Club on Thursday, April 9.

Bobby Sole and Tanner Helm tied for first with a Victor Valley Christian player.

Sultana takes third, Hesperia fourth

Sultana took third and Hesperia fourth in a five-way match at Hesperia Golf Course on Thursday, April 9.

Top scorers for the locals were Cuevas of Hesperia (83), Barbatoe of Sultana (84) and Gentry of Sultana (85).

Alec Hutchason of Apple Valley shot a 73.

Shaw shoots a 75

Sultana's No. 3 man Brett Shaw finished with a 75 at Apple Valley, but the Sultans fell short to Rim of the World. Hesperia's golf team took fourth in the five-way meet.

Leading individual scorers from Hesperia:

Brett Shaw (75), Gentry (83), Kealoha (83), Mitchell (85) all of Sultana.

Hesperia Christian beats field of five

Hesperia Christian topped the field at the Cimarron Golf Resort on Monday, April 6.

Top Patriot scorers were Giles (38), Sole (39), Pederson (39), Fehlman (39) and Arreola (40).

SOFTBALL

Hesperia blanks AV, 12-0

Hesperia pitcher Kelsey Byrd threw a shutout and went 3-for-5 with three RBI's to lead Hesperia in a rout over Apple Valley on Thursday, April 9, 12-0.

Sultana can't get past Serrano, 2-0

Sultana girls couldn't get their offense in gear as Serrano handed Sultana a 2-0 defeat on Thursday, April 9.

Hesperia Christian versus Bethel Christian 22-0

Led by Sierra Rick, Hesperia Christian completely overwhelmed Bethel Christian 22-0 on Thursday, April 9.

Sultana girls slip past AV

The Sultana girls softball team narrowly defeated Apple Valley 11-10 on Tuesday, April 7.

Vanessa Coleman went 3-for-5 with two runs and two RBI's for Sultana.

WRESTLING

Fillingame is All-American

Sultana senior 125-pounder Ryan Fillingame took sixth place at the NHSCA High School Senior Nationals Wrestling Championship in Virginia Beach, VA. In the process, Fillingame became and All-American.

Sultana teammate Cody Bollinger (145 pounds) went 2-2 at the tournament.

TRACK AND FIELD

Sultana defeats Rim

At Lake Arrowhead on Wednesday, the Sultana boys and girls defeated Rim of the World.

Scott Major won two individual events and a relay, Rahee Johnson won two events and Jose Farias won an individual event and a relay.

On the girls' side, Chelsey Jones won three events, while teammate Jade Pugh won both throwing events. LaTaneisha Wilkes, Auzsane Carter and Aubrey Harris each won an individual event and a relay for Sultana.

BOYS
SULTANA 77, RIM OF THE WORLD 54
4x100 relay: Sultana (Farias, Santos, Lapp, Major), 45.81
1600: Fay (R), 4:38.3
110 hurdles: Burguan (R), 15.56
400: Farias (S), 54.2
100: Major (S), 11.59
800: Fay (R), 2:07
300 hurdles: Burguan (R), 43.7
200: Major (S), 23.85
3200: Lopez (S), 11:16
4x400 relay: N/A
Pole vault: Glassey (R), 12-6
High jump: Glassey (R), 5-6
Long jump: Johnson (S), 18-1/2
Triple jump: Johnson (S), 36-9
Shot put: Hill (S), 45-11
Discus: Strachan (S), 107-3

GIRLS
SULTANA 111, RIM OF THE WORLD 20
4x100 relay: Sultana (Carter, Wilkes, Harris, Santos), 56.53
1600: L. Bird (S), 6:06
100 hurdles: C. Jones (S), 17.19
400: Carter (S), 1:03.8
100: Harris (S), 14.06
800: Robinson (S), 2:37
300 hurdles: Prescott (S), 55.8
200: Wilkes (S), 28.2
3200: Munyan (S), 12.29
4x400 relay: N/A
Pole vault: N/A
High jump: Giocoletti (R), 4-10
Long jump: C. Jones (S), 15-0
Triple jump: C. Jones (S), 30-1
Shot put: Pugh (S), 28-10
Discus: Pugh (S), 106-1

SCORPS, 'RABBITS SPLIT

At Hesperia on Wednesday, Victor Valley's girls beat Hesperia, but the Jackrabbits' boys dominated the Scorpions.

Hesperia's boys (3-0) won 12 of 16 events, including victories in the long jump and triple jump by KaDel Robinson. Victor Valley's DiVance Walker won the 100 and 200 meters.

On the girls side, Victor Valley's Treasurie Hatten took first in the 100 and 200. MaryLynn Thomann swept the hurdles events, and Nicole Chambers won the long jump and triple jump. Hesperia's (0-3) Johana Flores won the 1,600 and 800.

BOYS
HESPERIA 105, VICTOR VALLEY 26
4x100 relay: Hesperia, 44.66
1600: Flores (H), 5:01
110 hurdles: Walker (V), 15:12
400: Waddell (H), 53.41
100: Gus (H), 11.72
800: Martinez (H), 2:19
300 hurdles: Jovan (V), 47.0
200: Walker (V), 23.07
3200: Otto (H), 11:08.54
4x400 relay: Victor Valley, 3:58.40
Pole vault: Peters (H), 9-0
High jump: Hall (H), 5-10
Long jump: Robinson (H), 20-2
Triple jump: Robinson (H), 44-7
Shot put: West (H), 46-71/2
Discus: Oldenkamp (H), 109

GIRLS
VICTOR VALLEY 85, HESPERIA 40
4x100 relay: Victor Valley, 53.07
1600: Flores (H), 6:11.86
100 hurdles: Thomann (V), 17:82
400: Harris (V), 1:06
100: Hatten (V), 13:03
800: Flores (H), 2:44
300 hurdles: Thomann (V), 55.73
200: Hatten (V), 27:50
3200: Arguelles (H), 14:52
4x400 relay: Victor Valley, 4:43.97
Pole vault: N/A
High jump: Lowe (V), 4-2
Long jump: Chambers (V), 15-3
Triple jump: Chambers (V), 30-5
Shot put: McCloney (V), 32-51/2
Discus: Greene (V), 117-2

The Star Sports Roundup is compiled from news articles including sports items and statistics from the Daily Press.