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Prep playoffs: Baseball and softball top seeds in Division I ousted in Central Section

The first week of Central Section baseball and softball playoffs ended with shocking upsets.Both Division I top seeds lost quarterfinal games in the eight-team, single-elimination brackets.Thursday, the Buchanan baseball team fell 17-11 to Frontier. The Bears had allowed 1.9 runs per game in a 24-5 regular season that included a 4-2 win over Frontier.Buchanan’s loss was one of four in D-I baseball by Fresno-area teams.Friday in softball, it was Clovis North losing 4-2 to Stockdale.The other three Fres...

The first week of Central Section baseball and softball playoffs ended with shocking upsets.

Both Division I top seeds lost quarterfinal games in the eight-team, single-elimination brackets.

Thursday, the Buchanan baseball team fell 17-11 to Frontier. The Bears had allowed 1.9 runs per game in a 24-5 regular season that included a 4-2 win over Frontier.

Buchanan’s loss was one of four in D-I baseball by Fresno-area teams.

Friday in softball, it was Clovis North losing 4-2 to Stockdale.

The other three Fresno-area D-I softball teams advanced.

All semifinal games this week are hosted by the higher seed and scheduled to start at 4:30 p.m. unless a change is agreed upon by both teams.

Championship games are planned for May 27-28; all six softball finals are planned for Margie Wright Diamond at Fresno State.

Here are the latest scores on the road to the section championships.

Division I

Thursday quarterfinals

No. 8 Frontier 17, No. 1 Buchanan 11

No. 5 Righetti 4, No. 4 Clovis West 3

No. 6 Liberty-Bakersfield 9, No. 3 Bullard 2

No. 2 Stockdale 7, No. 7 San Joaquin Memorial 3

Semifinals

No. 8 Frontier at No. 5 Righetti

No. 6 Liberty-Bakersfield at No. 2 Stockdale

Division II

Tuesday first round

No. 16 St. Joseph 3, No. 1 Kerman 2

No. 9 Central 5, No. 8 Reedley 3

No. 5 Ridgeview 4, No. 12 Centennial 2

No. 4 Bakersfield Christian 3, No. 13 Redwood 1

No. 14 Clovis North 2, No. 3 San Luis Obispo 0

No. 6 Clovis East 8, No. 11 Templeton 3

No. 7 Clovis 2, No. 10 Fresno 1

No. 2 Arroyo Grande 12, No. 15 Nipomo 1

Thursday quarterfinals

No. 9 Central 3, No. 16 St. Joseph 2

No. 5 Ridgeview 13, No. 4 Bakersfield Christian 12

No. 6 Clovis East 6, No. 14 Clovis North 5

No. 2 Arroyo Grande 6, No. 7 Clovis 1

May 24 semifinals

No. 9 Central at No. 5 Ridgeview

No. 6 Clovis East at No. 2 Arroyo Grande

Division III

Tuesday first round

No. 1 Kingsburg 5, No. 16 Edison 4

No. 8 Porterville 8, No. 9 Highland 2

No. 5 Monache 17, No. 12 Sierra Pacific 5

No. 13 Bakersfield 4, No. 4 Taft 3

No. 3 Morro Bay 5, No. 14 El Diamante 7

No. 6 Hanford 8, No. 11 Sanger 6

No. 7 Tulare Western 4, No. 10 Paso Robles 0

No. 15 Mt. Whitney 6, No. 2 Pioneer Valley 1

Thursday quarterfinals

No. 1 Kingsburg 8, No. 8 Porterville 3

No. 13 Bakersfield 11, No. 5 Monache 5

No. 6 Hanford 7, No. 3 Morro Bay 3

No. 7 Tulare Western 11, No. 15 Mt. Whitney 2

May 24 semifinals

No. 13 Bakersfield at No. 1 Kingsburg

No. 7 Tulare Western at No. 6 Hanford

Division IV

Tuesday first round

No. 1 Liberty-Madera Ranchos 12, No. 16 Dinuba 10

No. 9 Atascadero 6, No. 8 Arvin 4

No. 5 Madera South 12, No. 12 Golden West 1

No. 13 Mission Prep 7, No. 4 Hanford West 5

No. 14 Lemoore 13, No. 3 Dos Palos 12

No. 6 Washington Union 3, No. 11 Central Valley Christian 1

No. 10 Wasco 9, No. 7 Independence 4

No. 15 Garces 8, No. 2 Bishop Union 2

Thursday quarterfinals

No. 1 Liberty-Madera Ranchos 8, No. 9 Atascadero 7

No. 5 Madera South 11, No. 13 Mission Prep 1

No. 14 Lemoore 7, No. 6 Washington Union 3, 8 innings

No. 15 Garces 6, No. 10 Wasco 5

May 24 semifinals

No. 5 Madera South at No. 1 Liberty-Madera Ranchos

No. 15 Garces at No. 14 Lemoore

Division V

Tuesday first round

No. 1 Kennedy 16, No. 16 Hoover 0

No. 9 Mammoth 10, No. 8 East Bakersfield 2

No. 5 Mission Oak 3, No. 12 McLane 2

No. 4 Fowler 10, No. 13 Stathmore 1

No. 3 Immanuel 4, No. 14 Tehachapi 2

No. 6 Exeter 7, No. 11 North 0

No. 10 Firebaugh 17, No. 7 Chowchilla 6

No. 2 Minarets 11, No. 15 Yosemite 5

Thursday quarterfinals

No. 1 Kennedy 12, No. 9 Mammoth 0

No. 4 Fowler 1, No. 5 Mission Oak 0

No. 3 Immanuel 6, No. 6 Exeter 4

No. 10 Firebaugh 3, No. 2 Minarets 2

May 24 semifinals

No. 4 Fowler at No. 1 Kennedy

No. 10 Firebaugh at No. 3 Immanuel

Division VI

Tuesday first round

No. 1 Sierra 11, No. 16 Laton 1

No. 8 Farmersville 18, No. 9 South 10

No. 5 Rosamond 26, No. 12 Lone Pine 0

No. 4 Boron 12, No 13 Trona 0

No. 3 Mendota 18, No. 14 Kings Christian 4

No. 6 Lindsay 6, No. 11 Caruthers 2

No. 7 Chavez 3, No. 10 Orange Cove 1

No. 2 Fresno Christian 23, No. 15 Granite Hills 2

Thursday quarterfinals

No. 1 Sierra 9, No. 8 Farmersville 8

No. 4 Boron 7, No. 5 Rosamond 6

No. 3 Mendota 22, No. 6 Lindsay 3

No. 2 Fresno Christian 9, No. 7 Chavez 8

May 24 semifinals

No. 4 Boron at No. 1 Sierra

No. 3 Mendota at No. 2 Fresno Christian

Division I

Friday quarterfinals

No. 8 Stockdale 4, No. 1 Clovis North 2

No. 4 Central 6, No. 5 Liberty-Bakersfield 0

No. 3 Clovis 2, No. 6 Paso Robles 0

No. 2 Buchanan 14, No. 7 Centennial 0

May 25 semifinals

No. 8 Stockdale at No. 4 Central

No. 3 Clovis at No. 2 Buchanan, Tuesday

Division II

Wednesday first round

No. 1 Hanford 2, No. 16 Sanger 0

No. 8 Selma 3, No. 9 Redwood 2

No. 5 Madera 4, No. 12 Independence 1

No. 4 St. Joseph 4, No. 13 El Diamante 0

No. 3 Arroyo Grande 7, No. 14 Tulare Western 2

No. 11 Kingsburg 7, No. 6 Clovis East 0

No. 7 Bullard 3, No. 10 Clovis West 2

No. 2 Liberty-Madera Ranchos 3, No. 15 Mission Oak 2

Friday’s quarterfinals

No. 1 Hanford 5, No. 8 Selma 4

No. 5 Madera 4, No. 4 St. Joseph 2

No. 11 Kingsburg 4, No. 3 Arroyo Grande 2

No. 7 Bullard 7, No. 2 Liberty-Madera Ranchos 5

May 25 semifinals

No. 5 Madera at No. 1 Hanford

No. 11 Kingsburg at No. 7 Bullard

Division III

Wednesday first round

No. 1 Fowler 7, No. 16 Edison 4

No. 9 Coalinga 5, No. 8 Taft 2

No. 5 Monache 3, No. 12 Chowchilla 1 (Tuesday)

No. 4 Frontier 3, No. 13 Bakersfield Christian 2

No. 3 Highland 8, No. 14 Templeton 7

No. 6 Garces 10, No. 11 Dinuba 5

No. 7 Tulare Union 4, No. 10 Reedley 2

No. 2 Wasco 5, No. 15 Kerman 4

Friday’s quarterfinals

No. 1 Fowler 3, No. 9 Coalinga 1

No. 5 Monache 6, No. 4 Frontier 1

No. 6 Garces 4, No. 3 Highland 3

No. 2 Wasco 5, No. 7 Tulare Union 4

May 25 semifinals

No. 5 Monache at No. 1 Fowler

No. 6 Garces at No. 2 Wasco

Division IV

Wednesday first round

No. 1 Orange Cove 11, No. 16 Sunnyside 1

No. 8 Foothill 5, No. 9 Golden West 4

No. 5 Dos Palos 2, No. 12 San Joaquin Memorial 1

No. 4 Morro Bay 12, No. 13 Bakersfield 2

No. 3 Shafter 10, No. 14 Tehachapi 0

No. 11 Pioneer Valley 9, No. 6 Chavez 8

No. 7 Sierra Pacific 6, No. 10 San Luis Obispo 4

No. 3 Mission Prep 12, No. 15 Hanford West 3

Friday’s quarterfinals

No. 1 Orange Cove 6, No. 8 Foothill 3

No. 4 Morro Bay 6, No. 5 Dos Palos 1

No. 11 Pioneer Valley 9, No. 3 Shafter 8

No. 3 Mission Prep 5, No. 7 Sierra Pacific 2

May 25 semifinals

No. 4 Morro Bay at No. 1 Orange Cove

No. 11 Pioneer Valley at No. 3 Mission Prep

Division V

Wednesday first round

No. 1 Boron 13, No. 16 North 2

No. 8 Bishop Union 5, No. 9 Golden Valley 4

No. 5 Woodlake 6, No. 12 Porterville 2

No 13 Fresno Christian 3, No. 4 Immanuel 2, 8 innings (Tuesday)

No. 3 California City 12, No. 14 Mira Monte 9

No. 11 Washington Union 5, No. 6 Riverdale 2

No. 10 Mt. Whitney 13, No. 7 McLane 12

No. 2 Caruthers 18, No. 15 Fresno 4

Friday’s quarterfinals

No. 8 Bishop Union at No. 1 Boron, Monday

No. 13 Fresno Christian 3, No. 5 Woodlake 2

No. 11 Washington Union 5, No. 3 California City 4, 9 innings

No. 2 Caruthers 11, No. 10 Mt. Whitney 8

May 25 semifinals

No. 13 Fresno Christian vs. No. 1 Boron/No. 8 Bishop Union winner

No. 11 Washington Union at No. 2 Caruthers

Division VI

Wednesday first round

No. 16 Farmersville 17, No. 1 Lone Pine 8

No. 9 Lindsay 4, No. 8 Immanuel Christian 0

No. 12 Summit Charter 11, No. 5 Kern Valley 10

No. 4 Arvin 17, No. 13 Mojave 0

No. 3 Parlier 7, No. 14 Mendota 3 (Tuesday)

No. 6 Nipomo 15, No. 11 Firebaugh 2

No. 10 Orcutt 8, No. 7 Laton 5

No. 15 Corcoran 6, No. 2 Central Valley Christian 5

Friday’s quarterfinals

No. 9 Lindsay 12, No. 16 Farmersville 6

No. 4 Arvin 19, No. 12 Summit Charter 1

No. 6 Nipomo 10, No. 3 Parlier 1

No. 10 Orcutt 7, No. 15 Corcoran 1

May 25 semifinals

No. 9 Lindsay at No. 4 Arvin

No. 10 Orcutt at No. 6 Nipomo

This story was originally published May 17, 2022 10:20 PM.

Merced one of top growing counties in California for 2021

Despite Merced County being among the top five counties that saw population growth over the past year, fewer people now call Gustine home according to new population estimates released earlier this month by the California Department of Finance.While Merced joined Yolo, San Benito, Modoc and Tuolumne counties in seeing population growth year-over-year in January, Stanislaus County as a whole saw a loss of over 2,000 residents in 2021.Merced County gained a total of 2,464 residents in 2021, for a 0.9% overall increase. However, G...

Despite Merced County being among the top five counties that saw population growth over the past year, fewer people now call Gustine home according to new population estimates released earlier this month by the California Department of Finance.

While Merced joined Yolo, San Benito, Modoc and Tuolumne counties in seeing population growth year-over-year in January, Stanislaus County as a whole saw a loss of over 2,000 residents in 2021.

Merced County gained a total of 2,464 residents in 2021, for a 0.9% overall increase. However, Gustine lost 137 residents in 2021.

All Stanislaus County cities recorded population losses, except for Patterson, which saw a 2.2% increase (531 residents) and Hughson which neither added or lost during the year.

Newman lost 82 residents in 2021 for a 0.7% overall population decrease.

Two of the fastest growing cities in the state are located in San Joaquin County — Lathrop (13th largest numerical gain in the state) and Manteca (14th largest gain).

In raw population gain, Lathrop added 1,947 residents and 1,864 additional residents now call Manteca home. But given Manteca is roughly three times larger in population, Lathrop’s additional residents translated into a 6.63 percent growth rate as opposed to Manteca’s 2.19 percent growth rate that made it California’s 25th fastest growing city in 2021.

Manteca has consistently been adding between 1,600 and 2,200 residents during the past seven years. Both Lathrop and Manteca are on pace to build more new housing units this year than they did in 2021.

In 2021, only 123 of the state’s 482 cities gained population. California’s population as a whole dipped slightly by 117,552 residents last year, bringing the state’s total to 39,185,605 people as of Jan. 1, 2022. The 0.3-percent decline represents a slowing compared to the 0.59-percent decline over the nine-month period between the April 2020 Census date and the year’s end.

The Northern San Joaquin Valley for the first time in at least two decades, if not longer, saw cities that dropped population as well.

Cities in the three-county Northern San Joaquin Valley region that gained residents and their estimated population as of Jan. 1, 2022 are as follows:

• Tracy added 914 residents to increase to 94,538.

• Merced added 858 residents to increase to 89,058

• Patterson added 531 residents to increase to 24,370.

• Los Banos added 471 residents to increase to 46,339.

• Lodi added 425 residents to increase to 66,570.

• Livingston added 70 residents to increase to 14,410.

• Hughson added no residents to stay at 7,495.

Cities in the three-county Northern San Joaquin Valley region that lost residents and their estimated population as of Jan. 1, 2022 are as follows:

• Oakdale lost 39 residents to drop to 23,071.

• Waterford lost 72 residents to drop to 8,872.

• Escalon lost 77 residents to drop to 7,362.

• Newman lost 82 residents to drop to 12,244.

• Gustine lost 117 residents to drop to 5,981.

• Dos Palos lost 120 residents to drop to 5,715.

• Riverbank lost 152 residents to drop to 8,340.

• Ripon lost 183 residents to drop to 15,979.

• Turlock lost 203 residents to drop to 71,531.

• Atwater lost 367 residents to drop to 31,652.

• Ceres lost 376 residents to drop to 48,386.

• Modesto lost 865 residents to drop to 217,880.

• Stockton lost 1,395 residents to drop 322,489.

— Dennis Wyatt contributed to this report.

See How South Bay Hospital Ranks In CA Hospital Safety Grades: Report

The Leapfrog Group graded all of the state's hospitals based on more than 30 measures of patient safety. See how your local hospital fared.TORRANCE, CA — Several hospitals in California received top marks, but others didn't quite measure up in the Spring 2022 Hospital Safety Grades report released Tuesday by The Leapfrog Group, an independent nonprofit health care watchdog group.The latest ratings reflect care during the COVID-19 pandemic...

The Leapfrog Group graded all of the state's hospitals based on more than 30 measures of patient safety. See how your local hospital fared.

TORRANCE, CA — Several hospitals in California received top marks, but others didn't quite measure up in the Spring 2022 Hospital Safety Grades report released Tuesday by The Leapfrog Group, an independent nonprofit health care watchdog group.

The latest ratings reflect care during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Leapfrog Group said its and other groups' research showed the pandemic reversed years of progress in patient safety.

The pandemic has had a negative effect on "health care delivery at every level and setting, from staffing shortages to increased infections to the very care patients receive," according to the Patient Experience During the Pandemic: Adult Inpatient Care report, also released Tuesday by The Leapfrog Group.

"The health care workforce has faced unprecedented levels of pressure during the pandemic, and as a result, patients' experience with their care appears to have suffered," Leapfrog Group president and CEO Leah Binder said in a news release. "We commend the workforce for their heroic efforts these past few years and now strongly urge hospital leadership to recommit to improved care — from communication to responsiveness — and get back on track with patient safety outcomes."

In California, 91 hospitals received an "A" grade, 58 hospitals received a "B" grade, 107 hospitals received a "C" grade and 19 hospitals received a "D" grade. Five hospitals received an "F" grade.

In Torrance, Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Center Torrance - Torrance received a "B" grade.

Here are the rankings, according to Leapfrog.

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The letter grades assigned to nearly 3,000 U.S general hospitals were based on more than 30 measures of patient safety. Leapfrog says its hospital rating system is the only one in the country focusing solely on a hospital's ability to protect patients from preventable errors, accidents, injuries and infections.

Included in the 30 are five that research has shown to directly affect patient outcomes, but can be improved with greater communication between caregivers and patients — the number of central line-associated bloodstream infections, catheter-associated urinary tract infections, infections from colon surgery, MRSA (Staphylococcus) blood laboratory-identified events, and facility-wide inpatient diarrhea events.

When there's communication about medications, for example, that can lead to fewer hospitalizations for conditions such as sepsis and blood clots, fewer complications, and decreases in the incidence of respiratory failure, Leapfrog said.

Among the findings:

To determine each hospital's grade, a panel of medical experts selected 30 evidence-based measures of patient safety such as postoperative sepsis, blood leakage and kidney injury. They then determined the weight of each measure based on evidence, the opportunity for improvement and patient impact.

Data on each measure was collected through the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. Information from the Leapfrog Hospital Survey, available to all hospitals to complete, also affects grades.

Currently, Leapfrog does not assign grades to military or Veterans Administration hospitals, critical access hospitals, specialty hospitals, children's hospitals or outpatient surgery centers.

The Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grade methodology has been peer-reviewed and published in the Journal of Patient Safety.

View the full methodology for the 2022 Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grade.

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High school boys’ volleyball: Thursday’s Southern Section playoff results and updated pairings

SOUTHERN SECTION BOYS’ VOLLEYBALLDIVISION 1First round, ThursdayRedondo d. Santa Barbara, 25-21, 25-22, 17-25, 24-26, 15-10Mira Costa d. Corona del Mar, scores not reportedQuarterfinals, Tuesday, 6 p.m.Redondo at #1 LoyolaHuntington Beach at #4 BeckmanLos Alamitos at #3 Newport HarborMira Costa at #2 Mater DeiDIVISION 2First round, ThursdayServite d. Paloma Valley, 25-14, 25-18, 25-18Westlake d. Torrance, 21-25, 25-17, 25-17, 25-17Anaheim ...

SOUTHERN SECTION BOYS’ VOLLEYBALL

DIVISION 1

First round, Thursday

Redondo d. Santa Barbara, 25-21, 25-22, 17-25, 24-26, 15-10

Mira Costa d. Corona del Mar, scores not reported

Quarterfinals, Tuesday, 6 p.m.

Redondo at #1 Loyola

Huntington Beach at #4 Beckman

Los Alamitos at #3 Newport Harbor

Mira Costa at #2 Mater Dei

DIVISION 2

First round, Thursday

Servite d. Paloma Valley, 25-14, 25-18, 25-18

Westlake d. Torrance, 21-25, 25-17, 25-17, 25-17

Anaheim Canyon d. Long Beach Poly, scores not reported

West Ranch d. Alemany, 22-25, 25-23, 25-16, 25-22

San Clemente d. Marina, 25-21, 22-25, 25-20, 25-17

St. Francis d. Warren, 25-14, 25-13, 25-19

Crescenta Valley d. Windward, 25-21, 25-23, 25-17

Thousand Oaks d. Orange Lutheran, 25-23, 19-25, 25-22, 25-16

Foothill d. Cypress, 25-16, 25-22, 25-20

Sherman Oaks Notre Dame d. San Juan Hills, 25-19, 25-15, 20-25, 20-25, 15-8

San Marcos d. Valencia, 25-14, 25-15, 25-21

Tesoro d. Cerritos, 25-10, 25-19, 25-15

Santa Margarita d. King, 21-25, 25-19, 25-14, 25-10

Cerritos Valley Christian d. South Torrance, 25-20, 25-16, 27-25

Second round, Saturday, 6 p.m.

#1 Servite at Westlake

West Ranch at Anaheim Canyon

San Clemente at St. Francis

#4 Thousand Oaks at Crescenta Valley

Foothill at #3 Long Beach Wilson

San Marcos at Sherman Oaks Notre Dame

Tesoro at Santa Margarita

Cerritos Valley Christian at #2 Burbank Burroughs

DIVISION 3

First round, Thursday

Upland d. El Segundo, 25-17, 25-12, 25-17

Quartz Hill d. Santa Monica Pacifica Christian, 25-20, 25-15, 25-18

Palos Verdes d. Bishop Montgomery, scores not reported

Dos Pueblos d. California, 25-19, 25-10, 25-11

Edison d. Murrieta Valley, 25-13, 22-25, 25-19, 25-12

South Pasadena d. Elsinore, scores not reported

Westminster La Quinta d. La Palma Kennedy, 25-15, 18-25, 25-15, 25-20

Aliso Niguel d. El Modena, 25-11, 25-19, 25-19

Villa Park d. Mission Viejo, 25-17, 25-23, 25-19

Laguna Blanca d. Oxnard, 25-13, 26-24, 25-19

Hillcrest d. Vista Murrieta, 23-25, 26-24, 25-22, 29-27

Downey d. Arcadia, 21-25, 25-14, 19-25, 25-21, 15-12

La Canada d. Highland, 25-16, 26-24, 25-23

Corona Santiago d. Redlands, 25-14, 25-14, 25-21

Garden Grove d. La Serna, 19-25, 25-21, 25-23, 20-25, 15-13

Royal d. Hart, 25-15, 25-15, 24-26, 25-15

Second round, Saturday, 6 p.m.

#1 Upland at Quartz Hill

Palos Verdes at Dos Pueblos

Edison at South Pasadena

Westminster La Quinta at #4 Aliso Niguel

Laguna Blanca at Villa Park

Hillcrest at Downey

La Canada at Corona Santiago

#2 Royal at Garden Grove

DIVISION 4

First round, Thursday

Capistrano Valley Christian d. Katella, 25-13, 25-17, 25-12

Santa Ana Calvary Chapel d. Lancaster, 25-18, 25-20, 25-17

Eastvale Roosevelt d. Village Christian, 25-13, 19-25, 22-25, 25-22, 15-7

Bolsa Grande d. Chino Hills, 25-18, 25-12, 25-15

Newport Beach Pacifica Christian d. Flintridge Prep, 26-24, 28-26, 25-21

Xavier Prep d. Claremont, 28-26, 20-25, 25-22, 29-27

Bishop Diego d. Segerstrom, 26-24, 25-23, 25-22

Portola d. Oxford Academy, 25-16, 25-18, 25-17

St. Margaret’s d. Hemet, 25-14, 25-15, 25-5

Irvine University d. Diamond Ranch, scores not reported

Calabasas d. Malibu, 25-12, 25-21, 25-20

Oak Park d. Foothill Tech, 25-14, 25-9, 25-19

Millikan d. Cathedral, 25-13, 25-17, 25-19

Tustin d. Beaumont, 26-24, 17-25, 20-25, 25-20, 15-12

Canyon Country Canyon d. Arrowhead Christian, scores not reported

Northwood d. Brentwood, scores not reported

Second round, Saturday, 6 p.m.

Santa Ana Calvary Chapel at #1 Capistrano Valley Christian

Bolsa Grande at Eastvale Roosevelt

Xavier Prep at Newport Beach Pacifica Christian

Bishop Diego at #4 Portola

#3 St. Margaret’s at Irvine University

Oak Park at Calabasas

Millikan at Tustin

#2 Northwood at Canyon Country Canyon

DIVISION 5

First round, Thursday

Carpinteria d. Crossroads, scores not reported

Fontana d. Rancho Verde, scores not reported

Bellflower d. Ambassador Christian, 25-9, 25-20, 25-20

Yucaipa d. Nuview Bridge, scores not reported

Anaheim Fairmont Prep d. Pasadena Poly, 25-14, 25-17, 23-25, 25-21

Bell Gardens d. St. Pius X-St. Matthias, scores not reported

Western Christian d. St. Monica, 26-24, 25-22, 25-17

Troy d. Hawthorne Math/Science, scores not reported

Lancaster Desert Christian d. Oakwood, 25-13, 25-13, 25-12

San Gabriel Academy d. Anaheim, 25-22, 25-23, 25-20

Miller d. Riverside North, 25-4, 24-26, 25-17, 25-17

San Gabriel d. Whittier, 25-23, 25-23, 21-25, 25-16

Oxnard Pacifica d. Keppel, scores not reported

Murrieta Mesa d. Perris, 21-25, 25-22, 25-19, 25-17

Norwalk d. Hawthorne, 25-27, 25-18, 2-520, 23-25, 15-13

Sunny Hills d. La Sierra, scores not reported

Second round, Saturday, 6 p.m.

#1 Carpinteria at Fontana

Bellflower at Yucaipa

Anaheim Fairmont Prep at Bell Gardens

Western Christian at #4 Troy

#3 Lancaster Desert Christian at San Gabriel Academy

San Gabriel at Miller

Oxnard Pacifica at Murrieta Mesa

#2 Sunny Hills at Norwalk

DIVISION 6

First round, Thursday unless noted

Saddleback d. Orange County Christian, 25-5, 25-8, 25-5

Newbury Park Adventist d. Shalhevet, 23-25, 25-15, 21-25, 25-19, 15-10

Samueli d. Rialto, 25-17, 25-21, 25-15

Ganesha d. Vasquez, 25–12, 25-18, 25-18

Mayfair d. CAMS, scores not reported

Sonora d. Southlands Christian, scores not reported (Wednesday)

Moreno Valley d. Summit, scores not reported

Le Lycee d. Glendale Adventist, 25-20, 25-19, 25-18

Da Vinci d. Beverly Hills, 25-8, 25-12, 25-14

Magnolia d. Downey Calvary Chapel, 25-16, 25-8, 25-10

Santa Rosa Academy d. Waverly, 25-20, 25-9, 25-20

Garey d. Ojai Valley, 25-9, 25-11, 25-17

Milken d. Palmdale Aerospace, 25-20, 20-25, 25-18, 22-25, 15-12

Vista del Lago d. Cornerstone Christian, 25-6, 25-13, 25-21

Leuzinger d. Cantwell-Sacred Heart, scores not reported

Monrovia d. Southwestern Academy, 25-6, 25-10, 25-23

Second round, Saturday, 6 p.m.

Newbury Park Adventist at #1 Saddleback

Ganesha at Samueli

Mayfair at Sonora

Moreno Valley at #4 Le Lycee

#3 Da Vinci at Magnolia

Garey at Santa Rosa Academy

Vista del Lago at Milken

#2 Monrovia at Leuzinger

NOTES: Quarterfinals (Div. 1 only), Tuesday, 6 p.m.; quarterfinals (Div. 2-6), Wednesday, 6 p.m.; semifinals, May 7, 6 p.m. Championships, May 14, 6 p.m.

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Dos Palos water emergency: donations from Anheuser-Busch, others help city during crisis

While the City of Dos Palos is still in the midst of a water emergency, local improvements and outside assistance are helping to alleviate the crisis.The city said Thursday that efforts by the Utilities Department have allowed the water plant to begin operating and treating water again after it became...

While the City of Dos Palos is still in the midst of a water emergency, local improvements and outside assistance are helping to alleviate the crisis.

The city said Thursday that efforts by the Utilities Department have allowed the water plant to begin operating and treating water again after it became clogged with algae and was shut down earlier this week.

Dos Palos is still under a state mandated boil water notice, however. Lab results from tests are expected in a few days, which may allow the boil water notice to be lifted, according to the city.

Aid to the city in crisis has flowed in from nearby communities, like Merced, in the form of water and monetary donations. As of Thursday, Dos Palos has distributed more than 200,000 bottles of drinking water and over 8,000 gallons of bulk utility water at three locations.

Help is also coming in from St. Louis, Miss. based brewing giant Anheuser-Busch with the donation of more than 50,000 cans of emergency drinking water, according to a company news release.

Merced County Supervisor Daron McDaniel reached out to the company, which he used to work for, right after he heard from Dos Palos Mayor April Hogue that the city was in need.

“I knew that Anheuser-Busch was always ready to step up,” he said, noting that the company would be able to supply significantly more water than any one individual could.

The clean, safe drinking water was produced at Anheuser-Busch’s Fort Collins, Colo. brewery. The brewery periodically pauses beer production to can emergency drinking water to assist communities experiencing disaster.

“We are incredibly thankful for our neighbors at Anheuser-Busch for using their resources to lend a hand when we need it most,” said Assemblyman Adam Gray, D-Merced, in the release. “This donation of emergency drinking water will help us ensure we are able to continue to provide these critical resources to the people of Dos Palos.”

Other companies like Pepsi-Cola Corporation and the Home Depot have donated, too.

Anheuser-Busch’s water relief is provided in partnership with the American Red Cross.

Canned water donations will be delivered from the brewery in Fort Collins to the company’s wholesaler partner Donaghy Sales in Modesto; who will work with the City of Dos Palos and the Dos Palos Lions Club to distribute it. Some has already been delivered, but more is on the way.

Anheuser-Busch has a long past of providing support for disaster relief in partnership with the American Red Cross, according to the release. Since the creation of its emergency drinking water program in 1988, Anheuser-Busch and its wholesaler partners have provided at least 83 million cans of water to communities in crisis.

This story was originally published June 25, 2020 6:10 PM.

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