LA North: Five things from the weekend

1. Golden Valley pitcher Riley Sherwood recorded the first no-hitter in school history in a 16-0 nonleague win over Littlerock. The game was called after five innings. Sherwood struck out 11, walked two and hit two batters. It was only his second start of the season. The sophomore beat Central, 11-1, giving up four hits in six innings on April 4. Chris Galvez was 3-for-3, with a double, drove in a run and scored two runs against Littlerock. Anthony San Miguel was 2-for-2, scored two runs and drove in two runs. Billy Fredrick was 2-for-3 with a double and scored two runs.

2. Oaks Christian won its final game in the Redondo Tournament, 11-1, over Woodland Hills Taft. Oaks Christian starter Travis Radke struck out 16 in the complete-game win. The senior gave up five hits and walked one to improve to 6-1. Cole Taylor drove in four runs. Brandon Evans and Evan Ocello each had three hits. The Harvard-Westlake baseball team also won its final game in the Redondo Tournament, 12-4, over Santa Monica.

3. In a bit of a stunner, the Reseda Cleveland baseball team handed El Camino Real its first West Valley League loss of the season. Cleveland won, 5-3, behind a complete-game effort from Jack Hartman. Max Spiegel had three hits for Cleveland. Chatsworth ended up the big winner taking over first place in the West Valley League standings with a 14-1 win over Granada Hills. Steve Karkenny homered and Chatsworth starter Aaron Brown struck out eight.

4. The La Canada softball team won its ninth game in a row, 3-0, over Oxnard in the Thousand Oaks tournament. La Canada starter Lauren O’Leary scattered seven hits and struck out nine against Oxnard. O’Leary, a senior who’s headed to Georgetown, shut out La Reina, 2-0, earlier in the tournament. She struck out nine and gave up only one hit. La Canada will play tourament host Thousand Oaks, 4-1 winners over Dos Pueblos, in the quarterfinals of the tournament on Saturday.

5. The Harvard-Westlake girls 1,600 sprint medley relay team set the fastest time in the nation in a winning effort at the Mt. San Antonio College Relays in Walnut. The team of K.C. Cord, Lauren Hansson, Amy Weissenbach and Cami Chapus won the 1,600 medley relay race in 3:57.23, the fifth-fastest time in state history. Harvard-Westlake also won the 400 relay in a season-best 49.18 seconds.