The La Quinta Blackhawks scored three pin wins and two by technical decision in winning a 59-15 the Desert Valley League matchup against Palm Springs High School.
Winning by pin for La Quinta were Joe Garcia in the 132-pound division, Joseph Valdez at 152 and Joseph Ferrara at 195. The technical decisions came from Marcus McAvoy at 113 pounds at Luis Espinoza at 120.
Jacob Arellano scored a major decision at 145 pounds while Alec Olsen scored a decision at 182 pounds. The Blackhawks also won four divisions with byes.
La Quinta is now 3-0 in the DVL and will compete at the 5 Counties tournament Friday and Saturday in Fountain Valley.
Rancho Mirage 80, Desert Hot Springs 36: Charles Neal and Daryn Evans each scored 20 points to pace the Rattlers to the De Anza League victory over the Golden Eagles.
Tyrell Robinson added 12 points, including a 10-for-10 effort from the free throw line. Zack Krocker also scored 10 points.
Rancho Mirage is 3-0 in league, 16-0 overall and will host Twentynine Palms Friday.
Desert Mirage 61, Big Bear 53: Alan Ramos scored 17 points and added four steals and five assists as the Rams took the De Anza League victory over the Bears.
Melvin Harmon had 15 points and three steals for Desert Mirage, while Froilan Rodriguez pulled down 12 rebounds to go with 10 points.
Twentynine Palms 47, Shadow Hills 38: The Knights lost their first De Anza League game of the year despite a career-high 17 points from Alissa Munyaco.
Dominque Urbina added 13 points and 10 assists for Shadow Hills (3-1, 9-5). The Knights will face Desert Mirage Friday.
Shadow Hills 11, Twentynine Palms 1: Mason Stansberry scored three goals and Bella Olivas, Jackie Rodriguez and Isabel Alvarez each had two scores as the Knights won the De Anza League matchup.
Jasim Castillo Castillo and Aylssa Felix round out the Shadow Hills scoring with one goal each. The Knights scored the 11 goals on 23 shots, while Twentynine Palms managed just five shots.
Rancho Mirage 3, Desert Hot Springs 1: The Rattlers opened up a 2-0 halftime lead and held on for the De Anza League win over the Golden Eagles.
Rancho Mirage opened the scoring with a goal from Jaidah Martin at the 10-minute mark, then extended the lead to 2-0 on a goal at the 29th minute from Cindy Martinez. Martinez added a second goal in the second half before Shaden Arceo scored late in the game for Desert Hot Springs.
Assists for Rancho Mirage came from Kenya Cordero, Katalina Valenzuela and Martin.
Rancho Mirage is now 2-1 in the De Anza League, 7-5-1 overall. The Golden Eagles drop to 4-5-2 overall and 1-1 in the league.
Girls’ water polo
Palm Desert 8, Indio 1: The Aztecs had single goals from eight different players in the Desert Valley League victory over the Rajahs.
Scoring for Palm Desert (14-1) were Elise Stein, Sarah Nichols, Shanna Heller, Alissa Clyde, Cassie Bija, Samantha Stein, Andrea Uribe and Judy Morrow.
The Aztecs travel to face Xavier Prep Monday.
Xavier 13, Cathedral City 7: The Saints saw five goals from Jillian Barbato in earning the Desert Valley League win over the Lions.
Blair Burlingame added four goals and Camille Dervieux had three scores for Xavier. Goalie Savannah Jessup helped the Saints defense with 10 blocks.
Desert Mirage 10, Big Bear 0: Manny Perez scored three times and Fred Zaragoz and Alejandro Pimentel scored twice each as the Rams rolled to the De Anza League win.
Ramses Mora, Julio Rivera and Jesus Beltran each scored one goal for Desert Mirage, while Pimentel led the team with two assists.
Desert Mirage is now 9-0 overall and will face Shadow Hills Tuesday.
La Quinta 5, Palm Springs 0: Daniel Alexander continued his amazing season with a hat-trick on Tuesday as the Blackhawks stayed unbeaten in league play. He scored all three of his goals in the first half. Carlos Ortega also scored before halftime to give La Quinta a 4-0 lead at the break. Adam Lopez had a goal and three assists while Sebastian Ascencio had five saves.
La Quinta (7-4-3, 3-0-0) hosts Xavier Prep on Thursday.
Women’s college basketball
San Bernardino Valley 78, College of the Desert 63: The Roadrunners fell to 0-2 in the Foothill Conference and 10-11 overall with the loss to San Bernardino Valley. Ashley Preist scored 14 to lead COD, while Kelcey Beckham scored 13 points.
The Roadrunners will next face Rio Hondo Saturday.
Men’s college basketball
San Bernardino Valley 82, COD 44: The Roadrunners’ loss dropped them to 0-2 in league and 5-14 overall. The Roadrunners were led by Greg Hodgdon’s 11 points.
The COD men will face Rio Hondo Saturday.