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Saturday, April 17

TOURNAMENTS

CHATSWORTH

Round-Robin

Cleveland 10, L.A. Marshall 1
Mickey Brodsky went two for four with one RBI and Drew Caldwell and Chris Honeycutt each had two hits and two RBIs for host Cleveland (13-7).

Chatsworth 10, Highland 0 (6 innings)
Junior Tom Cassidy (3-0) threw a three-hitter with five strikeouts and junior J.C. Barker went two for two with one walk, three runs scored and a solo home run in the fifth inning for host No. 4 Chatsworth (21-0). Highland is 7-8.

El Camino Real 15, Chaminade 1 (5 innings)
Chad Boyd went four for four with three home runs, six RBIs and three runs scored, and pitched a one-hitter with five strikeouts to lead El Camino Real (13-7) over No. 23 Chaminade. Boyd went seven for 11 with five home runs, scored six runs and had nine RBIs on the week, playing in two West Valley League games and today's tournament contest.

San Fernando 2, Granada Hills 0
Matt Navarez pitched four innings with six strikeouts and went three for four to lead San Fernando (8-11-1). Granada Hills drops to 12-9.

REDONDO

Third Round

Downey 7, Garfield 0
Freshman Michael Gil (1-0) threw a one-hitter with eight strikeouts to lead Downey (10-7).

Oxnard Pacifica 9, Westchester 5
Larry Lopez went two for four with a solo home run in the first, Simon Ayala was three for three with one RBI and two runs scored and Ryan Hotchkiss added two hits, three RBIs and two runs scored to lead Oxnard Pacifica (4-13). David Escobar went three for four with three RBIs for the Tritons. Senior center fielder Reggie Foy went two for two with three stolen bases and has 23 stolen bases on the season for Westchester (5-10).

Santa Monica 8, Narbonne 4
Santa Monica improves to 6-11-1. Narbonne is 9-11.

Granada Hills Kennedy 4, Bell 1
Rio Mesa 6, Carson 2
San Pedro 3, Mira Costa 0

Thursday, April 15

CROSSTOWN LEAGUE

L.A. CES 6, Elizabeth 4
Vincent Marquez hit a two-run home run in the third inning for visiting Elizabeth (1-2 in league). L.A. CES improved to 4-0 in league.

EASTERN LEAGUE

Bell 4, L.A. Jordan 3
Armando Hernandez struck out five in six innings to get the win for visiting Bell (17-2-1, 6-0). Jairo Mena hit a solo home run in the third inning for the Eagles. L.A. Jordan is 5-7.

Roosevelt 9, Huntington Park 2
Cesar Martinez (2-0) pitched five innings with nine strikeouts, Andres Verdugo went two for four with a triple and Luis Badillo went two for three with a double and two RBIs for host Roosevelt (15-3, 5-1). Jose Calvillo went two for four with a double and a RBI and Luis Rodriguez went two for four with a double for the Roughriders. Huntington Park drops to 4-11-1, 1-5.

South Gate 18, Garfield 1 (5 innings)
Randy Molina went three for four with five RBIs and Isaac Morales pitched four innings, allowing four hits and striking out nine, and went three for four with three RBIs to lead host South Gate (11-8, 5-1) past Garfield (0-6 in league).

MARINE LEAGUE

Carson 8, Narbonne 2
Andrew Rodriguez went two for four with three RBIs and one runs scored to lead visiting Carson (10-9, 3-3). Narbonne is 4-2 in league.

San Pedro 15, Gardena 1 (5 innings)
Steve Taylor hit a grand slam, his only hit of the day, and Eric Thacker (6-1) struck out four in four innings to lead host San Pedro (16-3, 6-0) over Gardena (1-5 in league).

Wilmington Banning 14, Washington 4

SUNSET SIX LEAGUE

Poly 7, Hollywood 1
Ricky Garcia had a two-run double, Robert Parra had two run-scoring singles and Rigoberto Vargas (3-2) had 10 strikeouts for visiting Poly (12-6, 5-0).

Grant 12, Canoga Park 2

WEST VALLEY LEAGUE

Granada Hills 12, Taft 2
Derrek Perren hit a two-run home run and had a run-scoring single, and Jordan Gold added another two-run home run to lift host Granada Hills (12-8, 3-3). James Sharp had a two-run triple for Taft (0-13, 0-6).

Chatsworth 6, Cleveland 2
El Camino Real 5, Birmingham 1

WESTERN LEAGUE

Palisades 13, Venice 11
Alex Thompson went two for three with three RBIs and David Bromberg (3-0) pitched 2 1/3 innings of relief and had a grand slam in the top of the sixth to cap an eight-run inning for visiting Palisades (11-3, 6-0). Kevin Seto went four for five for the Dolphins. Venice drops to 3-3 in league.

Westchester 12, Fairfax 11
Reggie Foy went four for four and hit a leadoff solo home run to lead visiting Westchester (5-9, 4-2). Chris Palencia went four for four with three RBIs for the Comets. Fairfax drops to 1-5 in league.

Wednesday, April 14

COLISEUM LEAGUE

Fremont 8, Crenshaw 6
Curtis Johnson and Jesse Perez each had an RBI double for visiting Fremont (8-4, 5-1). Marcus Pittman had two hits and three RBIs and Jarren Willard added two hits and two RBIs for Crenshaw (4-9, 1-4).

Jefferson 7, Manual Arts 3
Santiago Medina hit a three-run home run in the third inning and Israel Perez (2-2) allowed four hits and struck out six for host Jefferson (7-4, 5-1). Manual Arts is 0-5 in league.

Locke 15, Dorsey 5 (6 innings)
Jamel Wells had three hits with a triple, double and five RBIs and Alex Padilla added two hits and two RBIs for host Locke (9-5, 4-2). Dorsey is 2-4 in league.

NORTHERN LEAGUE

Franklin 5, Belmont 4
Vince Fraga stole home with two out in the seventh to give Franklin the victory. Fraga was two for four with two runs scored and two steals.

L.A. Wilson 8, L.A. Marshall 3
L.A. Wilson improved to 4-4 in league.

VALLEY MISSION LEAGUE

Granada Hills Kennedy 11, Monroe 1 (6 innings)
Fabian Williamson (2-0) pitched a three-hitter with 10 strikeouts and allowed two walks and Rafael Duenas went two for three with two runs scored and two RBIs to lead host Granada Hills Kennedy (10-9, 6-0) past Monroe (8-10, 2-4).

San Fernando 12, Reseda 1 (5 innings)
Reseda drops to 2-14, 0-6.

Sylmar 14, Van Nuys 2

Tuesday, April 13

EASTERN LEAGUE

Bell 3, L.A. Jordan 2
Miguel Valdovinos scored the game-winning run on a Javier Hernandez' RBI fielder's choice, winning pitcher Sam Torres went three innings and allowed one run and Jaime Munoz went two for four with an RBI to lead host Bell (16-2-1, 5-0) over L.A. Jordan (4-6).

Roosevelt 4, Huntington Park 1
Carlos Alvarez (6-0) went five innings with four stirkeouts, Luis Badillo went two for four including two doubles, two runs scored and an RBI and Jose Calzillo went two for three with an RBI to lead Roosevelt (14-3, 4-1) over Huntington Park (4-10-1, 1-4).

South Gate 10, Garfield 0
Randy Molina went three for four, including a triple, with three RBIs and Angel Gonzalez went two for three with a triple and three RBIs for South Gate (10-8, 4-1).

FREEWAY/CROSSTOWN LEAGUE

Sherman Oaks CES 4, L.A. CES 3
Andrew Serber (1-0) pitched a five-hitter with two strikeouts and Andrew D'Anna singled in the game-winning run to lead host Sherman Oaks CES (2-0, 2-0) past L.A. CES (2-1 in league).

MARINE LEAGUE

Narbonne 7, Carson 3
Ivan Lopez (4-1) pitched a six-hitter with four strikeouts and Brian Walker went two for three with a double and an RBI for Narbonne (9-9, 4-1). Host Carson is 9-9, 2-3.

San Pedro 1, Gardena 0
Matt Kretzschmar (5-0) went seven innings with 12 strikeouts and allowed one walk and thee hits and Cris Rodriguez scored the winning run on a throwing error in the top of the sixth inning for visiting San Pedro (15-3, 5-0).

Wilmington Banning 21, Washington 7

NORTHERN LEAGUE

Los Angeles 17, Belmont 2
Senior Jonathan Lopez was three for four with an RBI and Jermaine Williams had a three-run home run in the second inning for Los Angeles (11-5, 7-1). Belmont is 0-7 in league.

SUNSET SIX LEAGUE

Verdugo Hills 9, North Hollywood 2
L. Herdliska threw a four-hitter with 10 strikeouts for Verdugo Hills (1-3 in league). John Cacreas went one for three with a triple for host North Hollywood (6-6, 3-2).

Grant 9, Canoga Park 7
Sun Valley Poly 10, Hollywood 0

WEST VALLEY LEAGUE

El Camino Real 7, Birmingham 3
Chad Boyd went two for four with two solo home runs and J.P. Hollywood went one for two with two RBIs and hit his third home run of the year for host El Camino Real (11-7, 3-2). Henry Morquecho went two for two with two home runs and three RBIs for Birmingham (9-8, 1-4).

Granada Hills 10, Taft 2
Granada Hills is 11-8, 2-3. Taft is 0-12, 0-5 in league.

Chatsworth 12, Cleveland 2

WESTERN LEAGUE

L.A. Hamilton 5, L.A. University 4
Hamilton improves to 5-8, 2-3.

Palisades 1, Venice 0
Jeff Schwartz (3-1) went seven innings, allowing three hits and Alex Thompson scored the winning run on an RBI single from Adam Franks in the sixth inning to lead Palisades (10-3, 5-0) over Venice (3-2 league).

Westchester 8, Fairfax 2
Flavio Ramos pitched a five-hitter, striking out two, and had two hits and three RBIs and Reggie Foy stole four bases to lead host Westchester (4-9, 3-2).

Monday, April 12

COLISEUM LEAGUE

Dorsey 4, Locke 3
Donovan Hudson pitched a complete game with seven strikeouts and Lawndon Grant hit a three-run home run in the first inning to lift host Dorsey (3-3, 3-2). Locke is 3-2 in league.

Fremont 2, Crenshaw 1
Fidel Medina (1-0) pitched a complete game with two hits and 12 strikeouts and Curtis Johnson went three for three, including a tripel and a double and two runs scored for host Fremont (9-4, 4-1). Crenshaw is 3-3 in league.

NORTHERN LEAGUE

Eagle Rock 6, L.A. Wilson 4
Junior Alex Delgadillo hit a two-run home run in the seventh inning to clinch the win for host Eagle Rock (6-6, 5-2). L.A. Wilson is 3-4 in league

Lincoln 4, Franklin 3
Sophomore Francisco Cervantes pitched his third win in a row for visiting Lincoln (4-2 in league).

Los Angeles 10, L.A. Marshall 4
Terrion Ware went two for four with three RBIs and Joshua Barba went four for four for visiting Los Angeles (12-6, 6-1). L.A. Marshall is 5-2 in league.

VALLEY MISSION LEAGUE

Granada Hills Kennedy 13, Monroe 0 (6 innings)
Visiting Granada Hills Kennedy improves to 5-0 in league. Monroe is 8-9, 2-3.

San Fernando 11, Reseda 1 (5 innings)
Junior Matt Nevarez went three for three with a home run, two base hits and four RBIs and pitched four innings with 13 strikeouts and two walks to lead host San Fernando (6-11-1, 3-2).

Sylmar 8, Van Nuys 0
Steve Luna (5-2) pitched a complete game with 12 strikeouts and allowedthree hits, David Madrigal had a double and a triple with four RBIs, andIvan Gonzalez went two for three with a double and an RBI for hostSylmar (11-7, 5-0), which won its seventh consecutive game. Van Nuy is 3-9, 0-5 in league.

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