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Westside Teams End Seasons in Playoffs:

Mitch Chortkoff

Mirror Sports Writer

Most Westside baseball and softball teams have ended their seasons with some failing to qualify for the playoffs and others being eliminated in the first round.

But many did gain a playoff berth, which is the goal of most high school teams.


In softball, St. Monica lost a first round game to Cabrillo, 10-0, ending its season with a 12-11 record, including 3-5 in the Del Rey League.

New Roads eliminated Viewpoint of Calabasas in a first round game, 14-3, improving its overall record to 19-3.

Brentwood lost in the first round to Marymount, 7-3 to finish its season with a 10-10 record.


Crossroads earned a playoff berth but lost in the first round to Capistrano Valley Christian, 9-1. The Roadrunners finished with an 11-6 record.

St. Monica lost in the first round to Cantwell-Sacred Heart in Division 5, 8-0. The Mariners finished with a 13-11 record.

Malibu defeated Salesian in a wild card game, 11-5, then lost to St. Bonaventure, 11-0 to finish with an 11-14 record.

New Roads was scheduled against Cate, but the result wasn’t available at press time.

In the LA City Section, Venice defeated South Gate, 10-2 but was eliminated by Franklin, 8-3.

Palisades defeated Sylmar, 9-1 but lost to El Camino Real, 15-12. The Western League champions finished with an overall record of 18-12.

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