In the Bay League … Mira Costa 221, South Torrance 256; Mira Costa’s Lori Harper shot a 4-over-par 40 at Los Verdes Golf Course. Taylor Shepherd recorded a 43 and Lauren Heavrin shot 44 for Mira Costa (9-2, 7-2). Shani Yokotake shot 48 to lead South (6-7, 5-4). Peninsula 197, Redondo 295: Kristin Coleman shot a 2-over-par 37 for Peninsula (15-0, 9-0) at the Palos Verdes Golf Club. Jenny Coleman shot 38 and Iyane Itamura added a 39. Michi Nitahara led Redondo (1-8 in league) with a 52. Yuli Suzuki and Jessica Castile won two of their doubles sets, including a two-point victory that clinched South Torrance’s 10-8 Pioneer League win over host North Torrance. South (9-7, 5-0) got a pair of wins from all three of its singles players, Esther Kim, Jessica Ly and Lauren Gutierrez, to put it in the driver’s seat on the road to its second straight league title. Bea Palileo swept her singles sets for North (9-5, 3-2). South’s No. 1 doubles player Maggi Chiodo missed the match with a pinched nerve in her neck. Also in the Pioneer League … El Segundo 10, Torrance 8: Hazuki Onaga swept in singles for visiting El Segundo (2-5 in league), which took seven of nine singles sets. Substitutes Hoa Tran and Sophia Manouchehry won a key doubles set for El Segundo. Torrance (1-7, 0-5) won six of nine doubles sets. In the Bay League … Peninsula 12, Redondo 6: The doubles teams of Jenna Glimp-Hana Chang and Anna Tatsuno-Lindsey Gerber each swept their three sets for Peninsula (10-5, 3-3), which took eight of nine doubles sets. Della Taylor swept in singles for Redondo (10-4, 1-4) to improve to 37-0 on the season. Mira Costa 17, West Torrance 1: Laura Derian swept in singles for Mira Costa (13-3, 4-1). The doubles team of Taylor Mahr-Kristina Cleland also swept for Mira Costa. In the Del Rey League … Bishop Montgomery 18, St. Monica 0: Danielle Butler and Melanie Scott swept their singles sets at love for host Bishop Montgomery (8-3, 7-0). The doubles team of Christine Daniels-Genevieve Bever also swept at love for the Knights. Jeff Giery scored four times as Mira Costa scored all of its goals in the first half of its 11-6 Bay League win over visiting Redondo. Matt Burton and Scott Comley each added a pair of goals. David Olson had 10 saves for Mira Costa (9-8, 4-0). Ryan Vint scored three goals and Robby Horn chipped in two for Redondo (9-9, 1-3). In a nonleague match … Cerritos 17, El Segundo 6: Danny Rajaniemi’s four goals was not enough for visiting El Segundo (10-7) to contend with Cerritos (13-6), which is ranked No. 3 in CIF Southern Section Division VI. Matt Pittluck added two goals. Matt Kubeck had 13 saves for El Segundo, which trailed, 11-2, at halftime. It was the first matchup between the two teams since Cerritos beat El Segundo in overtime of last year’s CIF Division VI final. Girls tennis Boys water polo JC men’s soccer Mario Martinez scored twice as El Camino scored the match’s first three goals in its 3-2 South Coast Conference victory over visiting Pasadena. Ryohei Amaga scored and had an assist for El Camino (6-5-5, 1-3-3). Also in the South Coast Conference … Harbor 1, East L.A. 1: Edgar Flores scored in the 27th minute for Harbor (6-5-6, 1-3-3). JC women’s soccer Cynthia Lozano scored the only goal for host El Camino in its 3-1 South Coast Conference loss to Pasadena. Lauren Humphrey had four saves for El Camino (11-5-1, 3-3).160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! From staff reports For the first time in the program’s eight-year history, all five scorers for the Torrance High girls golf team shot even-par or better in a 176-227 Pioneer League win over host North Torrance on Tuesday at Victoria Golf Course in Carson. Jane Rah shot a 2-under par 34 to pace Torrance (5-0 in league). Jenny Shin and Jennel Alexander each shot 35. Demi Frances Runas and Chaewon Park both shot 36. The team’s previous record of 184 was set on Oct. 4, 2005, in a match against Santa Monica at Los Verdes Golf Course. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGame Center: Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs, Sunday, 10 a.m.“This is the first time I’ve ever seen it happen in CIF on a par-36,” Torrance coach John Wurzer said. “It was a pretty special day.” The impressive performance came on the eve of the 18-hole, four-person team Knabe Cup at Lakewood Golf Course. Rah, Shin, Runas and Rochelle Chan will represent Torrance, which has won the tournament each of the last three seasons. Chan finished sixth for Torrance on Tuesday with a 37, a score Wurzer had to omit from the team’s overall score. “I told him if he was going to throw them out that we’d take his next three (scores),” North coach Steve Schmitz said jokingly. Erica Matsushima was the top finisher for North (10-5, 1-4) with a 40.