Yet, the 2006 Pacific League champions (2-0) showed some early resilience, scoring two runs in the seventh inning to tie the game and one in the eighth to win, defeating Glendora, 3-2. “Wow, you couldn’t have asked for a better finish,” Arcadia coach Ed Andersen said. “Our offense came to life right at the end.” Even though Glendora right fielder Shawn Miller made a spectacular diving catch, she was in no position to throw out a hustling Barchan. “I just wanted to get a hit and win this game,” Dipane said. “I know some of the girls over there from travel ball. This game was about bragging rights.” Dipane’s delivery also validated another great performance from Rodriguez, who struck out 11. Arcadia’s improbable comeback started in the seventh, partly because of poor fielding by Glendora (1-4). Waldusky (0-2) committed two fielding errors in the inning, the second of which allowed Arcadia to score its first run. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! A combination of timely hitting and clutch pitching was the difference. Both teams started extra innings under the international tie-breaker rule, which puts the last out of the previous inning at second base at the start of the new inning. While Arcadia starter Jenna Rodriguez (2-0) fanned two batters and induced a flyout to escape a no-out, runners-on-the-corners jam in the top of the eighth, Glendora starter Dana Waldusky (0-2) was not as fortunate. The Apaches led off the bottom half of the eighth with a Shelby Gibbs bunt, which moved base runner Morgan Barchan to third. Melissa Dipane then drove Waldusky’s first pitch into the right-center field gap. • Photo Gallery: 03/07: Glendora vs. Arcadia girls softball SAN DIMAS- Dominated through six innings, the Arcadia High softball team appeared headed toward defeat in Wednesday afternoon’s second round of the San Dimas Tournament.