“It’s been a struggle of late, but our season isn’t over,” St. Francis Coach Jeff Durfee said. “I’m disappointed that we are not moving on.”
Loyola won the league title with a 373, followed by Chaminade (374), Harvard-Westlake (383) and Sherman Oaks Notre Dame (384).
The top four teams in the Mission League advance to the CIF divisionals.
Glendale 12, Muir 2 (six innings): Glendale (3-9, 2-8 in Pacific League) got its second league win of the season on Wednesday at home.
Juan Tiznado went the distance on the mound for the win, while Zach Fields had two hits and drove in two runs.
Arcadia 4, Hoover 3 (eight innings): The visiting Tornadoes scored three runs in the first inning, but couldn’t hold on in a Pacific League contest Wednesday.
Tyler Delzell delivered a run-scoring double to give the Tornadoes (7-11 and 3-7 in league) a 2-0 advantage.
Michael Zalin then came through with an RBI single to extend the lead to 3-0.
Glendale High wins by forfeit: The Nitros won their Pacific League road contest by forfeit Wednesday.
Glendale Coach Christine Paknik, whose team improved to 3-7 in league, said Muir couldn’t field enough players to compete.
Arcadia 3, Hoover 0: The Tornadoes fell to 8-13 overall and 3-8 in the Pacific League with Wednesday’s loss in which the squad mustered just three hits.
Hoover’s Christina Iezza went the distance, striking out six and allowing eight hits.
Briana Manzanero had two hits and a stolen base and Karissah Garcia also had a hit.