(By Tim Haddock) West Ranch’s Lauren Lindvall led her team in hits, home runs and RBIs. Cal-Hi Sports made her an All-State selection. Lindvall had 50 hits, 10 home runs and 50 RBIs. She had a .500 batting average and scored a team-high 38 runs in 28 games.

The senior infielder had a .957 fielding percentage. She made four errors in 94 chances.

She was also a perfect 7-for-7 in stolen bases.

Lindvall was one of 30 players selected to Cal-Hi Sports All-State first team. She was the only player from the Foothill League selected to the team and one of 13 infielders on the first team.


Hart High graduate Trevor Bauer started for the Cleveland Indians against the Dodgers on Wednesday.

He gave up three runs on six hits in 5 2/3 innings. He did not factor in the decision. The Indians won the game, 5-4, and reliever Bryan Shaw earned the win won in relief.

Bauer is 2-4 with a 4.42 ERA in 10 starts with the Indians. He has 54 strikeouts and a 1.46 WHIP in 59 innings.


The Santa Clarita Blue Heat women’s soccer team lost its final two games of the USL W-League regular season.

The Blue Heat lost to the Colorado Rush, 6-1, in their home finale at The Master’s College.

The score was tied 1-1 at halftime, but the Rush scored five goals in the second half.

The Blue Heat lost to the LA Blues, 4-1, in their regular season finale.

The Blue Heat finished with a 4-8-0 record and in sixth place in the Western Conference USL W-League.

The Master’s College

Three players from The Master’s College were selected as the school’s athletes of the year.

Jacquelyn Marshall and Samantha Dougherty shared the female athlete of the year award. Steve Karkenny was selected as the male athlete of the year.

Marshall was a first team NAIA All America in women’s basketball. She was also selected to the All Golden State Athletic team and led the Lady Mustangs to the NAIA national women’s basketball tournament.

The Master’s College women’s basketball team was ranked as high as No. 7 in the NAIA national poll.

Dougherty led The Master’s College in to the NAIA national women’s volleyball tournament. She was selected to the NAIA national championship all-tournament team and the NAIA All America team.

Karkenny led The Master’s College baseball team in eight offensive categories, including batting average, home runs and RBIs.

He was selected to the NAIA All America team and the All Golden State Athletic Conference team.

Tim Haddock is the sports director at KHTS AM 1220. He writes for the SCV Beacon, the Ventura County Star, the Team USA website and covers auto racing for the K&N website. He can be contacted at tim@hometownstation.com. Follow him on Twitter @thaddock.