Southern Section

Saturday, April 10

TOURNAMENTS

IRVINE

First Round

Huntington Beach 4, Capistrano Valley 2
Sophomore Hank Conger drove in all four runs for No. 17 Huntington Beach (11-5), including a three-run homer off Jason Corder in the third inning. Steve Rodriguez hit a two-run homer for No. 20 Capistrano Valley (9-5-1), losers of four of its last six.

Irvine University 8, Oak Park 2
Kazuki Saito went three for three with a double, two runs scored and one RBI to lead host Irvine University (10-5).

Marina 16, Brea Olinda 3
Brian Ward went two for four with a two-run homer and finished with five RBIs and two runs scored to lead No. 6 Marina (13-2). Donald Bodewig hit a three-run home run for Brea Olinda (4-11).

Woodbridge 3, Millikan 0
Woodbridge improves to 7-7-1. Millikan is 8-7-1.

Riverside Poly 3, El Toro 2
Vista 8, Trabuco Hills 3

LA PALMA KENNEDY

First Round

Diamond Bar 7, Western 2
Marcus Saenz went three for four with two runs scored to lead Diamond Bar (9-6) over Western (6-9).

Long Beach Poly 9, Magnolia 6
Long Beach Poly improves to 6-8. Magnolia drops to 8-5.

Long Beach Wilson 4, Katella 3
Freshman Ryan Dent had a three-run double in the bottom of the sixth and scored the winning run on a sacrifice fly by junior Ryan Kaut for Long Beach Wilson (11-4-1). Sean Kalmen pitched a seven-hitter and went three for three with a double, triple, two RBIs and a run scored for Katella (8-7).

Lakewood 5, Agoura 4
Aljay Davis singled in the top of the seventh inning and scored on a single from Mike Carp to give the lead to Lakewood (14-3), ranked No. 5 by The Times. Reliever Danny Johnson struck out two Agoura batters in one inning to earn his first save for Lakewood. Justin Wheeler (5-0) pitched six innings for the win. Drew Norton had a two-run triple and a double for Agoura (10-5), ranked No. 19 by The Times.

Orange 3, La Palma Kennedy 2
Jameson Bottomley scored the game-winning run on a single by Dennis Gerbasi in the bottom of the fifth inning for Orange (4-8) at Glover Stadium. Tony Welsh (2-2) pitched a three-hitter with six strikeouts and one walk for the Panthers. Chris Rodriguez singled to score two runs in the top of the fifth inning for Kennedy (6-9).

Orange Lutheran 9, Chaminade 1
Matt Miller hit a pinch-hit home run in the sixth inning to give Orange Lutheran a 7-1 lead, Josh Neslund allowed one earned run in an eight-hitter, striking out six and walking one, and Casey Morrison went two for three with two runs batted in and one run scored for the Lancers.

Westminster 8, Placentia Valencia 4
Robert Carey (3-3) struck out eight, allowing three hits and three earned runs, Brian Gum had two singles, a triple and four RBIs and Tony Gutierrez was three for three with three runs scored and one RBI for Westminster (8-7).

Anaheim 5, Cerritos 2
Cypress 7, Los Alamitos 6
Loara 5, Murrieta Valley 2

LAS VEGAS BISHOP GORMAN

Round-Robin

Ayala 7, Bonita 3
Gilbert Palacias struck out six and allowed two earned runs on six hits to earn the win for Ayala. Bonita is 8-8.

Bonita 10, Salt Lake City Brighton JV 9
Mark Reed had a game-winning double in the bottom of the seventh, bringing in Mark Torrez for Bonita (8-7).

Littlerock 10, Sandy (Utah) Jordan 6
Rodney Kunkel hit a two-run home run to break a 6-6 tie in the sixth inning to lift the Lobos (7-5). Littlerock went 4-0 in tournament play to win their pool.

Saugus at Las Vegas Bishop Gorman, no contest (game called in top of third inning with score tied, 5-5, after benches cleared)
Sylmar 10, Staten Island (N.Y.) Tottenville 0

LAS VEGAS SNBA

Fourth Round

La Salle 13, North Las Vegas Rancho 0
Mike Miller went three for four, and Peter Hoherd and Ray Torres each drove in three runs as La Salle (9-5) won their final game of the tournament.

Monroe 12, Orem (Utah) 5
Isaac Diaz had a three-run home run, Joey Perez had a two-run double, and winning pitcher Cameron Hernandez struck out seven in seven innings, allowing three earned runs, for Monroe (8-8).

Santa Monica 12, San Fernando 2 (6 innings)
Garrett Griffin (2-1) pitched a two-hitter with four strikeouts and Todd Baynes tripled to score three runs for Santa Monica (5-9-1).

Omaha Skutt Catholic 9, Montebello 0
West Jordan (Utah) 10, Los Angeles 0

NORCO

Championship

Corona Santiago 10, Norco 7
With Corona Santiago trailing, 7-6, Eric Krzysiac hit a three-run home run in the seventh inning to give the Sharks (11-4) a 9-7 lead. Ian Hollick followed with a solo home run for the final margin of victory.

Fifth Place

King 10, West Valley 6
Stephen Tomsen was two for three with two RBIs and pitched two innings, allowing one hit and striking out two, to earn the save for King (12-3). Teammate Ryan Knox had a two-run double and a single.

Seventh Place

Valley View 11, Norte Vista 4

Ninth Place

Claremont 4, Jurupa Valley 2

15th Place

Rubidoux 10, Vista del Lago 4

SANTA ANA VALLEY

Pool Play

Century 11, Santa Ana 10 (10 innings)
Eddie Pena had the game-winning RBI single that scored James Rodriguez for visiting Century (4-10). Santa Ana is 9-6.

Garden Grove 12, Garden Grove Santiago 6
Ryan Stoops had an RBI triple, a double, a single and scored once, Dana Schaeffer went three for four with his fourth home run this season and three RBIs, and Chris Bennett added two hits, an RBI and three runs scored and walked three times for Garden Grove (13-1).

Santa Ana Calvary Chapel 6, Los Amigos 2
Santa Ana Valley 11, Saddleback 1

ST. PAUL

First Round

Foothill 14, Riverside Notre Dame 3 (6 innings)
Phil Hughes went three for three with a double, three RBIs and a run scored and Justin Uribe was two for three with a double, three RBIs and three runs scored to lead No. 8 Foothill (13-2). Thomas Jenkins went two for three with an RBI for Riverside Notre Dame (5-9).

La Mirada 2, Rancho Alamitos 0
Sean Moreno (3-0) allowed four hits with three strikeouts in six innings and Joe Emerling, Phillip Van Doren and Sean Dovel hit three consecutive doubles in the fifth inning to score both runs for host No. 25 La Mirada (13-2). Rancho Alamitos is 11-5.

Loyola 6, Mayfair 4
Evan Alexander (4-0) struck out seven, scattered six hits and allowed three earned runs, Sam Wiley was four for four with a triple, two RBIs and a run scored and Terry Walsh was three for four with a triple and two runs scored for visiting Loyola (8-4).

Mission Viejo 5, Sparks (Nev.) Spanish Springs 2
Tim Matz had two hits and two RBIs and Alex Meschi (3-1) allowed four hits and struck out seven in five innings for No. 13 Mission Viejo (10-4).

South Hills 7, South Torrance 1
Steve Nuckolls picked up the win in his first varsity start, throwing five hitless innings before a three-hit, one-run sixth, for South Hills (11-2). Teammate Richie Roselli hit a two-run home run and Frank Corpus added another home run. South Torrance is 7-7.

St. Francis 13, Burbank 0
Matt Abbey had four doubles, four runs scored and one RBI, and Luke Collis (2-0) allowed three hits in four innings to earn the win for St. Francis (10-3). Burbank is 4-12.

Westminster La Quinta 10, Bishop Montgomery 0
Ryan Zastera (1-0) pitched six innings with four strikeouts and allowed three hits and Kevin Wasson went three for three with two RBIs for No. 12 Westminster La Quinta (15-0-1), which has a 30-game unbeaten streak.

St. Paul 16, Gardena Serra 1

LIBERTY LEAGUE

Avalon 16, Oakwood 1 (5 innings)
Justin Hernandez had two hits and scored three runs and Tanner Engel added two hits and three RBIs for Avalon (7-4 6-0) at Oakwood.

NONLEAGUE

Culver City 11, Lawndale 1 (5 innings)
Darby Myers had three hits, four RBIs and a run scored and Percy Perez added two hits, a run scored and one RBI for host Culver City (10-3-1). Lawndale's run came on a homer in the third inning.

Mira Costa 10-10, North Torrance 9-0, (first game, 8 innings)
Jared Draskovich hit a two-run home run to bring host Mira Costa (7-6-1) within one run in the eighth inning of the first game, and Wayne Larkin followed with a two-run single to give the Mustangs the victory. Larkin also had a two-run single in the seventh. In the second game, winning pitcher Ryan Olivarez (2-2) and Matt Sugarman combined for a one-hitter with nine strikeouts. Sugarman had two hits and two RBIs, Nick Giovati had three hits and three RBIs, Michael Phillips had two hits and two RBIs, and Steve Rombro had two hits, three runs scored and and RBI for Mira Costa.

Newbury Park 10-14, San Marcos 0-2
In the first game, senior pitcher Chuckie Fick pitched a two-hitter and struck out 11 batters for host Newbury Park (4-10, 0-7). Fick also went two for three from the plate and first baseman Cody Fierro was three for four, including a pair of two-run home runs, and finished with five RBIs. In the second game, Catcher Kyle Sommer went two for four and drove in four runs for San Marcos. Right fielder Clay Chiapuzio had one RBI, and center fielder Jon Alia went two for two with a pair of runs batted in.

Buena 8-8, Oxnard Pacifica 5-4
Dos Pueblos 6-6, San Luis Obispo 3-2
Ridgecrest Burroughs 7-4, Palmdale 4-6

INTERSECTIONAL

Cajon 9-13, Chula Vista Bonita Vista 8-4
In the second game, James Scott went two for two with a solo home run, a triple, three RBIs and three runs scored and pitched a five-hitter with nine strikeouts to lead host Cajon (10-6). Bonita Vista is 5-7.

Bishop 3-3, Pahrump Valley (Nev.) 2-4

Friday, April 9

TOURNAMENTS

IRVINE
First round

Irvine 4, Laguna Beach 3
Josh Campbell (1-3) pitched a complete game for the win. Eric Oliver singled in the winning run in the bottom of the seventh for Irvine (4-10).

Northwood 11, Bolsa Grande 9

LAS VEGAS BISHOP GORMAN

Round-robin

Bonita 17, Tuscon (Ariz.) Cholla 7 (5 innings)
Tim Dewhurst had two home runs, a double and four RBIs and Matt Tucker had a triple and two RBIs for Bonita (7-7).

Colton 11, Staten Island (N.Y.) Tottenville 3
Noel Forst went three for four with three RBIs to lead visiting Colton (7-5). Tottenville is ranked 23rd in the nation by Baseball America.

Riverton Utah 14, San Fernando 4 (5 1/2 innings)
Littlerock 11, Zephyr Cove (Nev.) Whittell 5
Sylmar 12, Salt Lake City East 4

LAS VEGAS SNBA

Third Round

Hayward Mt. Eden 3, Montebello 1
Omaha Skutt Catholic 8, Monroe 2
Montebello 4, Orem (Utah) 1
Los Angeles 10, La Salle 5

Second Round

Las Vegas Eldorado 5, Monroe 1
Osvaldo Zambrano had a double and an RBI for Monroe.

NORCO

Championship semifinals

Corona Santiago 11, Corona 5
Bobby Kelly went five for five including a triple, three RBIs and three runs scored and Taylor King (4-2) went seven innings with five strikeouts to lead Corona Santiago (10-4), plays Mountain View League rival Norco Saturday at 7 p.m. at Norco High School. No. 23-ranked Corona is 12-3.

Norco 4, Hemet 1

Fifth-place semifinals

King 14, Norte Vista 1 (5 innings)
Andy Fallon pitched five innings with four strikeouts and allowed two hits, Ryan Knox went two for three including two doubles and three RBIs and Taylor Loop went two for three with an RBI for King (11-3).

West Valley 9, Valley View 4

Ninth-place semifinals

Claremont 7, Riverside North 2
Jurupa Valley 6, Ramona 2

13th-place semifinals

Fullerton 2, Vista del Lago 1 (8 innings)
Elsinore v Rubidoux

ALMONT LEAGUE

Alhambra 23, Keppel 0
Alex Maciel was five for six with three RBIs and three runs scored, Gabriel Illingworth was three for four with three RBIs and four runs scored and Robert Vargas (4-2) struck out seven and allowed one hit in three innings for visiting Alhambra (11-5, 3-2). Keppel is 1-9, 0-5.

CHANNEL LEAGUE

Santa Barbara 1, Dos Pueblos 0
Tom Alexander hit a two-out, full-count RBI single in the bottom of the seventh inning to score Brennan Smith with the winning run for host Santa Barbara (10-2, 3-1). Fred Vazquez (5-0) pitched a four-hitter for the Dons. Dos Pueblos is 8-4, 2-2.

DE ANZA LEAGUE

Banning 2, San Jacinto 1

DESERT-MOUNTAIN LEAGUE

Mammoth 7, Lucerne Valley 4

FOOTHILL LEAGUE

Burbank Burroughs 10, Burbank 0
Brent Sekety (3-3) threw a no-hitter with 16 strikeouts, no walks and one hit by pitch and Pat Schulthies had a two-run home run to lead visiting Burbank Burroughs (5-8-1, 3-4) over Burbank (4-11, 0-7).

LIBERTY LEAGUE

Avalon 12, Oakwood 2 (6 innings)
Tanner Engel hit a three-run home run in the fifth inning to lead host Avalon (6-4, 5-0). Mark Hooikaika hit a two-run home run in the third inning and Adam Nelson went three for four with two RBIs for the Lancers.

MISSION VALLEY LEAGUE

Rosemead 3, Gabrielino 0
Henry Barrera (4-0) pitched a one-hitter and struck out 14 to get the win for visiting Rosemead (6-4-2, 4-2-1). Carlos Villanueva went two for four with one run scored for the Panthers. Gabrielino drops to 1-6 in league.

Arroyo 2, El Monte 1
Mountain View 9, South El Monte 3

MOJAVE RIVER LEAGUE

Apple Valley 7, Serrano 4
Jared DuMont hit a game-winning three-run home run in the bottom of the seventh inning for host Apple Valley (2-2 league). Serrano is 8-6, 2-2.

MONTVIEW LEAGUE

Azusa 6, La Puente 5
Bassett 3, Workman 2
Sierra Vista 10, Duarte 3

OCEAN LEAGUE

El Segundo 13, South Torrance 1
Patrick Shrum hit a three-run home run in the fifth and Dane Braunecker went three for four with one RBI to lead host El Segundo (11-3, 5-0). South Torrance is 2-3-1 in league.

Torrance 5, Hawthorne 0

PAC-5 LEAGUE

Paso Robles 11, Arroyo Grande 1

SAN ANTONIO LEAGUE

South Hills 10, Nogales 5
Frank Corpus hit a two-run triple in the first inning and had three RBIs to lead visiting South Hills (10-2, 5-1). Brandon Newton went two for three with two RBIs and three stolen bases for the Huskies, who avenged a 12-1 loss to Nogales in the league opener on March 19. Nogales is 11-4-1, 3-2-1.

West Covina 16, Walnut 5

VALLE VISTA LEAGUE

Northview 13, Baldwin Park 1 (5 innings)
Jonathan Carbajao hit a solo home run in the second inning to get the lone run for Baldwin Park (4-8-1, 3-3-1). Northview improves to 8-4, 5-2.

San Dimas 7, Covina 2

NONLEAGUE

Bloomington Christian 5, Hesperia Christian 3
Corey Sandoval had two hits and one RBI and Adrian Mendoza (4-1) struck out six in four innings for host Bloomington Christian (7-4-1). Matt Durosa (1-4) pitched a seven-hitter with six strikeouts for Hesperia Christian (1-10).

Wildomar Cornerstone Christian 8, Van Horn 0
Kilpatrick 6, Rio Hondo Prep 5

Thursday, April 8

TOURNAMENTS

LAS VEGAS BISHOP GORMAN

Pool play

Bonita 16, Las Vegas Clark 1 (5 innings)
Matt Venegas was three for five with two RBIs, including an RBI double, and scored two runs, Tim Dewhurst had an RBI double,and winning pitcher Matt Cawley (2-1) allowed one hit and one earned run in three innings for Bonita (6-7).

Colton 10, Salt Lake City East 0 (6 innings)
Robert Ewing (2-1) struck out 11, including seven in a row, and pitched a no-hitter, Anthony Carrillo was two for four with three RBIs, Saul Rios was three for four with two RBIs and Ruben Leyba was four for four with an RBI for Colton (6-5).

Sylmar 10, Colton 0 (6 innings)
Saugus 7, Cooper City (Fla.) 2
Ayala 3, Salt Lake City Brighton JV 2
Ayala 9, Tucson (Ariz.) Cholla 8
Littlerock 6, Clearfield (Utah) 0
Littlerock 1, Hailey (Idaho) Wood River 0

LAS VEGAS SNBA

First Round

Monroe 10, Los Angeles 2
Jesus Alvarado had three hits and Camryn Hernandez hit a two-run home run for Monroe (7-6). Tony Garcia (4-2) allowed three hits and struck out seven in six innings for the Vikings.

Montebello 5, West Jordan (Utah) 3
Reliever Alex Gonzalez struck out five in two innings, including three consecutive strikeouts with the bases loaded in the top of the seventh, to earn the save. Gonzalez also had two hits, a walk, was hit by a pitch and scored a run for Montebello (9-2). Winning pitcher David Garcia (6-0) allowed three hits and three earned runs in five innings.

Atherton Menlo 9, San Fernando 4
Henderson (Nev.) Basic 6, San Fernando 4
West Jordan (Utah) Copper Hills 11, Los Angeles 8
Sandy (Utah) Alta 14, Santa Monica 2
West Jordan (Utah) Copper Hills 11, Los Angeles 8
Tucson (Ariz.) Catalina Foothills 12, Sun Valley Poly 1
Tucson (Ariz.) Catalina Foothills 14, Dana Hills 7
Highland (Utah) Lone Peak 11, Tustin 1

NORCO

Championship Quarterfinals

Corona 3, Valley View 1
Freshman Kolby Moore (1-0) struck out five and allowed four hits and one run in five innings and had an RBI for Corona (12-2), ranked No. 23 by The Times. Reliever Derrick Blanchett pitched two innings and allowed one hit for his first save. Teammate Marcus Mottesheard had an RBI double. Valley View is 6-8.

Corona Santiago 7, West Valley 1
Jacob Medina and Eric Krzysiak each went two for four with two RBIs for visiting Corona Santiago (9-4). West Valley is 7-8.

Hemet 6, King 2
Levi Garrett hit a solo home run to tie the game 1-1 and had an RBI groundout in the third inning for King (10-3) at Norco High.

Norco 11, Norte Vista 1

Consolation Quarterfinals

Jurupa Valley 6, Fullerton 3
Adam Riefer tossed a complete-game for Jurupa Valley. Fullerton falls to 7-6.

Ramona 5, Vista del Lago 2
Claremont 12, Rubidoux 8

POMONA

Championship

Santa Fe 5, Corona Centennial 3
Anthony Encinas went two for three with two home runs and five RBIs and Jose Ramirez (5-1) pitched six innings and allowed three hits and struck out six to lead Santa Fe (11-2-1).

Third Place

Whittier 6, Garey 3
Jesse Martinez went two for two and hit a two-run home run in the third to lead host Whittier (12-2). Kirk Richardson (1-0) allowed five hits in five innings to get the win and Eric Retana struck out five in two innings to get the save.

Other games

La Serna 6, Pomona 0
Michael Balderman (3-1) threw a no-hitter with six strikeouts and Matt Petropulos went two for two with three RBIs to lead La Serna (6-7-2).

San Bernardino 4, Perris 2
Mario Rivera (3-2) pitched a five-hitter for visiting San Bernardino (8-8). Rivera went two for three and hit a solo home run in the second inning. Perris is 7-7.

Kaiser 3, Riverside Notre Dame 0

RBI

Semifinals

Granada Hills 8, Grant 2
Senior catcher Jordan Gold had three hits, including a triple, and scored twice for Granada Hills (10-7) at Long Beach State.

Roosevelt 11, Verdugo Hills 0 (6 innings)
Ramon Marquez (3-3) had a two-run home run, his fifth home run this season, and pitched a one-hitter with five strikeouts for Roosevelt (12-3). Teammate Jesus Campos had a two-run single and a double and Eddie Martinez had a double, a single and scored two runs. Roosevelt will face Granada Hills in the championship game at the Dodger Field of Dreams at Sutton Recreation Center, Saturday at 11 a.m.

SAN DIEGO LIONS

Final round

Rancho Bernardo 7, El Camino Real 4

AGAPE LEAGUE

Apple Valley Christian 10, Bethel Christian 3
Johnny Mortimore went four for four and scored three runs and Chad Gross went two for four with three RBIs for host Apple Valley Christian (4-7, 1-0). Daniel Vakay went two for four for Bethel Christian (6-3, 0-1).

CENTURY LEAGUE

Villa Park 5, El Dorado 1
Mark Trumbo notched his sixth victory of the season and Mitch Bialosky cleared the bases with a double in the fifth inning for No. 1 Villa Park (11-1, 7-0). El Dorado is 7-7, 3-4.

CITRUS BELT LEAGUE

Redlands 16, Fontana 4
David Quinowski (5-1) pitched a three-hitter with 10 strikeouts and had four hits with two RBIs and scored two runs for host Redlands (12-3, 3-2). Brian Ramirez had two hits, four RBIs and scored three runs for Redlands. Fontana is 2-4 in league.

Miller 3, Redlands East Valley 2

COAST VALLEY LEAGUE

North County Christian 9, Santa Maria Valley Christian 4
Brad Holdgrafer went one for four with two RBIs to lead visiting North County Christian (4-5, 3-2). Nick Buckley (2-1) pitched a five-hitter and struck out eight to get the win for the Crusaders. Santa Maria Valley Christian is 3-2 in league.

DE ANZA LEAGUE

Beaumont 4, Twentynine Palms 2
Pinch-hitter Jared Cashmer had an RBI single in the sixth inning to increase Beaumont's lead to 3-1. Winning pitcher Robert Oliver (2-1) allowed six hits and two earned runs and Jeff Fox had a double for Beaumont (6-5, 2-2). Twentynine Palms is 0-4 in league.

DESERT MOUNTAIN LEAGUE

Boron 16, Silver Valley 1

DESERT VALLEY LEAGUE

La Quinta 9, Palm Springs 8
Wes Shulby went two for four with four RBIs and Weston Held went two for five with three RBIs for visiting La Quinta (10-3, 4-1).

EMPIRE LEAGUE

La Palma Kennedy 1, Cypress 0
Chuck Ridell's two-out single scored Bryan Pepperdine in the bottom of the 10th inning for host Kennedy (3-4, 6-8). Junior Richard McLaughlin allowed five hits with nine strikeouts and sophomore reliever John Salazar (2-0) did not allow a hit and struck out three for the Fighting Irish. Zack Wesley allowed five hits and struck out 11 for Cypress (4-3, 8-6).

FREEDOM LEAGUE

Twin Pines 34, Zinsmeyer Academy 5

GARDEN GROVE LEAGUE

Garden Grove 17, Bolsa Grande 1
Mike Geiger had a three-run home run and four runs batted in for Garden Grove (12-1, 4-0). Bolsa Grande is 2-4 in league.

Westminster La Quinta 17, Los Amigos 1
Adam Jorgenson (7-0) had 11 strikeouts over five innings for No. 12 La Quinta (14-0-1, 4-0). Los Amigos is 0-6 in league.

GOLDEN WEST LEAGUE

Santa Ana 2, Saddleback 1 (8 innings)
Santiago Contreras went the distance and drove in the game-winning run for Santa Ana (9-5, 4-1). Saddleback is 4-8, 2-3.

LIBERTY LEAGUE

Providence 11, Yeshiva 1

LOS PADRES LEAGUE

Nipomo 5, Santa Maria St. Joseph 3

METRO LEAGUE

La Verne Lutheran 7, Desert Chapel 0 (forfeit)
La Verne Lutheran improves to 7-2, 2-0.

MOORE LEAGUE

Lakewood 7, Long Beach Poly 2
Josh Williams (5-0) pitched six innings with two strikeouts, Mike Carp went two for four with a triple, a run scored and two RBIs and Danny Luyben went three for four with three runs scored and a RBI to lead visiting No. 5 Lakewood (13-4, 5-0).

Long Beach Wilson 9, Long Beach Jordan 3
Preston Suttie went two for three with two RBIs and Johnny Jimenez went two for four with two RBIs for host Long Beach Wilson (10-4-1, 4-1). Jose Gonzalez went two for three with one run scored for Long Beach Jordan (3-8, 1-4).

Millikan 14, Compton 0
Andy Beard went three for five with two doubles and four RBIs to lead host Millikan (8-6-1, 4-2) past Compton (0-5 in league).

PAC-5 LEAGUE

Righetti 14, Atascadero 4
Atascadero is 11-4, 5-2.

Arroyo Grande 8, Paso Robles 4

PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE

Irvine University 9, Laguna Beach 5
Kevin Tachibana was two for two with two runs batted in for University (9-5, 5-2). Grant Harrell hit two home runs and Alex Wilson and Conley Sampson each hit a home run for Laguna Beach.

Northwood 6, Santa Ana Calvary Chapel 2
Tim Carrier hit a three-run homer and Mike Bonder hit a two-run home run in the second inning to lead host Northwood (9-5, 4-3) over Calvary Chapel (2-11, 1-6). Bonder also allowed two runs on four hits and struck out seven in five innnings for the win.

PIONEER LEAGUE

Leuzinger 13, Lawndale 1
Sean Scales had a three-run triple, Fernando Cabral had a two-run triple and a single and Steven Paez had two doubles, a single and two RBIs for host Leuzinger (9-4, 6-0). Lawndale is 0-4 in league.

Morningside 10, Inglewood 0
Ernie Hernandez (3-3) pitched a six-hitter and struck out 13 for host Morningside (5-8, 2-2). Hernandez went three for three and scored two runs. George McDonald hit a three-run home run in the fifth inning for the Monarchs. Inglewood is 0-4 in league.

North Torrance 19, Compton Centennial 0
Kenny Campos (2-0) pitched a one-hitter for host North Torrance (6-6, 4-0). Kyle Pond hit a three-run home run in the first inning and a two-run home run in the second inning and had five RBIs for the Saxons. Compton Centennial is 1-6, 0-4.

RIO HONDO LEAGUE

Monrovia 3, San Marino 2
Michael Oefer hit the game-winning RBI single to score Raul Palacios and cap a three-run sixth inning for visiting Monrovia (8-5, 5-2). San Marino is 3-9, 1-5.

SAN GABRIEL VALLEY LEAGUE

Gahr 17, Dominguez 0 (5 innings)
Adam Reis (3-1) pitched a no-hitter and struck out eight in five innings to lead visiting Gahr (13-1-1, 6-0-1). Dominguez is 0-8, 0-5.

SEA VIEW LEAGUE

Foothill 9, Laguna Hills 0
Phil Hughes (5-0) pitched a perfect game with 13 strikeouts for No. 8 Foothill (12-2, 6-1). Tim Hicks was three for four with a home run and Chris Moe went two for three with two runs batted in for the Knights. Laguna Hills is 4-10, 0-6.

Woodbridge 5, Irvine 1
Jack Rye and Mike Anderson each went three for four for Woodbridge (6-7-1, 4-3). Irvine is 3-9, 2-4.

SIERRA LEAGUE

Diamond Bar 1, Damien 0
Brandon Malatacca singled in the bottom of the fifth inning, scoring Aaron Bishop, and Paul Canedo (3-0) struck out five and scattered six hits for host Diamond Bar (8-6, 4-3). Daniel Moskos (3-2) struck out 10 and allowed four hits and one earned run for Damien (9-4, 5-2).

Glendora 1, Chino 0
Wes Roemer (4-2) pitched a no-hitter and struck out 10 and D.J. Sims had a run-scoring single in the top of the fourth to lead visiting Glendora (8-4, 4-3). Johnny Bravo threw a three-hitter, striking out 11 for Chino (8-6, 3-4).

SUBURBAN LEAGUE

Artesia 3, Norwalk 0
Steven Agatep drove in two runs on a single, Gregorio Estrella doubled, walked twice and scored twice and Sergio Corona (5-0) struck out six and allowed six hits for host Artesia (8-7, 4-1). Norwalk is 2-3 in league.

La Mirada 6, Cerritos 2
Matt Fantz four for four with three runs batted in and Phillip Van Doren struck out nine and allowed four hits over six innings for No. 25 La Mirada (12-2, 6-0). Cerritos is 2-10, 1-4.

SUNSET LEAGUE

Edison 1, Los Alamitos 0
Wes Kinkopf hit an RBI double in the second inning to score John Timoti for host Edison (8-5, 4-3). Sophomores Thomas Marcin and Chad Blauer combined to get the shutout for the Chargers. Los Alamitos is 6-8, 2-5.

Fountain Valley 4, Huntington Beach 2
Nick Rotkowitz scored two runs and hit a two-run homer and Peyton Williams pitched a three-hitter with five strikeouts for Fountain Valley (5-9, 1-6). Huntington Beach is 9-5, 6-1.

Marina 7, Esperanza 2
Robby McIntee had a double, triple and four runs batted in for No. 6 Marina (12-2, 5-2). Esperanza is 7-7, 3-4.

NONLEAGUE

Bishop Amat 6, Loyola 1
Winning pitcher Steve Martlaro (2-1) had a three-run home run and allowed four hits and one earned run in four innings for host Bishop Amat (10-3). Teammate Randy Serrato had an RBI double. Loyola is 7-5.

Buena 1, Oxnard 0
Brian Stevens (5-0) struck out seven while recording his fifth complete game and had a run-scoring double in the second inning for visiting Buena (11-2). Oxnard is 10-3.

Loma Linda Academy 19, Whitney 1
Chris Pope (3-1) pitched four innings with five strikeouts and went four for five with two doubles, a triple, five RBIs and five runs scored and Kevin DeLeon went four for four with a double, a triple, three RBIs and four runs scored to lead host Loma Linda Academy (6-6).

Rowland 5, Hacienda Heights Wilson 1
Sophomore Justin Rosales (1-0 ) threw three scoreless innings, allowing just one hit and Irvin Ramos went two for three with a RBI to lead host Rowland (6-6-1) past Hacienda Heights Wilson (3-8).

Santa Margarita 15, St. Bernard 1
Matt Cusick and Doug Rhinehart each drove in three runs for visiting No. 9 Santa Margarita (9-5). St. Bernard is 4-8.

Vasquez 4, Granada Hills Hillcrest Christian 2
Eric Mendoza hit an RBI single in the fifth inning and Curtis Leavitt hit a two-run home run in the fifth to lead host Vasquez (12-2). Hillcrest Christian is 3-8.

Whittier Christian 8, Pacific Hills 6
Joseph Randolph went three for three with two runs scored for host Whittier Christian (6-6). Pacific Hills is 7-4.

Diamond Ranch 4-3, Moreno Valley 3-11
Palmdale 7, Paraclete 5

Wednesday, April 7

TOURNAMENTS

ANAHEIM CANYON/EL MODENA

Third Place

Anaheim Canyon 13, Hart 6
Matt Morris went two for four including a double, two runs scored, four RBIs, Ryan Thompson went three for four with two runs scored and an RBI, Nick Casanova went six innings with eight strikeouts and Garett Green went two for two with three runs scored and an RBI for No. 3 Anaheim Canyon (12-3), which had 14 hits and seven walks. Cole Valancius went three for five with two RBIs for Hart (8-8).

Consolation

Canyon Springs 6, Rocklin 1
Chase Allard (3-1) went the distance and Joe Spiers went three for three with a double, two runs scored and four stolen bases for Canyon Springs (12-4).

Arlington 6, Temecula Valley 2

ARCADIA

Fifth Place

Montclair Prep 6, Etiwanda 3
Grant Bowman was two for three with two RBIs and a stolen base and Daren Kagasoff (1-0) threw a four-hitter with one earned run for Montclair Prep (8-6).

CRESCENTA VALLEY

Championship

Peninsula 3, Sonora 0 Andy Beal threw his second complete game in five days to lead Peninsula to it first championship in the tournament after playing for the title the last three years. Tyler Waddle of Peninsula was named tournament MVP.

Consolation

Carmichael Jesuit 6, Los Osos 2
Donny Lopicollo had two doubles and two RBIs and TravisKelly (3-3) struck out seven in six innings for Los Osos (10-5).

Harvard-Westlake 6, La Canada 0
Senior left-hander Greg Young (5-2) pitched a two-hitter with 11 strikeouts, his third complete game of the season, and Ben Soley went two for two with an RBI to lead Harvard-Westlake (8-7-1) over La Canada (8-7).

Quartz Hill 7, Crescenta Valley 6
Justin Stofik scored two runs for Quartz Hill (9-5). Trevor Bell was three for four with a home run, three RBIs and two runs for Crescenta Valley (8-7).

Glendale 3, Rialto 2
Hoover 8, Pacific 2
Lynwood 5, Vista Murrieta 4

LAS VEGAS DURANGO

Purple 1 Division

Championship

Chatsworth 12, Henderson (Nev.) Coronado 0
Freshman right-hander Mike Moustakas (1-0) struck out five in five innings in his first start of the season for the Chancellors (18-0), who have extended their school-record winning streak to 32 games.

Semifinals

Chatsworth 6, North Las Vegas Cheyenne 5
Facing a 5-4 deficit in the bottom of the seventh, senior Jason Dominguez drove in Willie Cabrera, who had doubled to open the inning, on a sacrifice fly and freshman Matt Dominguez hit a solo home run, his second homer of the game, to clinch the victory for Chatsworth. Left-hander Jake Norton pitched a complete game to pick up the win for the No. 3 Chancellors, who blew an early 4-2 lead.

Silver Division

Chula Vista 10, Narbonne 3 (semifinal)

Consolation games

Las Vegas Shadow Ridge 10, Canoga Park 2
Las Vegas Palo Verde 2, Canyon Country Canyon 1

NEWPORT HARBOR

Championship

San Pedro 13, La Sierra 4
Steve Taylor (3-1) allowed two hits over four innings with 10 strikeouts and went three for three including a double and three runs scored, Chris Rodriguez went three for four with three RBIs and Ray Mandac went two for two with three RBIs for San Perdo (14-3), which led, 13-0, going into the seventh inning.

Third Place

Colony 3, La Habra 0
Jeff Newman (4-1) threw a three-hitter, Jonathan Brady was two for two with an RBI double and Adrian Ramirez had an RBI double for Colony (8-6-1). La Habra is 10-3-1.

Consolation

Corona del Mar 9, Warren 0
Eric Eadington pitched the shutout and Danny Whittaker (three for four) and Andy Frenkiel (two for four) each drove in three runs for Corona del Mar (10-5).

Paramount 6, Garden Grove Santiago 3
Winning pitcher Herman Espejo (3-2) was three for four, including a solo home run, scored two runs, drove in three runs and pitched five innings, allowing four hits and one earned run and struck out four for Paramount (6-9). Garden Grove Santiago is 2-12.

Tesoro 10, Aliso Niguel 9
Tesoro (9-7) came from behind to score four times in the bottom of the seventh inning. Brian Evans had two hits and drive in the game-winning run for Tesoro. Aliso Niguel is 9-7.

Paloma Valley 6, Costa Mesa 5
Sacramento Johnson West Campus 10, Grace Brethren 0

NORCO

First Round

Corona 5, Claremont 4 (8 innings)
Sean Kelley, who went two for four, had the game-winning RBI single that scored Brian Wright in the top of the eighth inning, Eric Zendejas pitched 2 1/3 innings in relief for the win and Andrew Steinmeyer had two RBIs to lead No. 22 Corona (11-2, 4-1) over Claremont (10-2, 4-1).

Corona Santiago 10, Elsinore 0 (5 innings)
Jacob Medina (2-0) pitched a one-hitter and went three for four, including two doubles, five RBIs and two runs scored and Eric Krzysiak went two for three including a double and two RBIs to lead Corona Santiago (8-4) over Elsinore (4-7).

Hemet 8, Fullerton 4
Bryant Veiga connected on a solo home run to lead Hemet. Steven Huff had a two-run home run for Fullerton (7-5).

King 4, Jurupa Valley 1
Stephen Thomson had a home run and Shane Poole had an RBI single in the second inning to give King (10-2) a 2-0 lead. Bryant Hollingsworth (4-0) allowed one unearned run and reliever Andy Fallon struck out three in 2 1/3 innings for his second save. Jurupa Valley is 4-8.

West Valley 10, Riverside North 0
Valley View 4, Rubidoux 0 (8 innings)

NORTH SANTA BARBARA COUNTY

Round-Robin

Carpinteria 1, Santa Ynez 0
Senior right-hander Mike Underwood threw a perfect game, striking out six in 76 pitches for Carpinteria (8-6) at Santa Ynez (8-8).Patrick Crooks singled in Jack Damron with two out in the seventh inning for the Warriors (8-6).

Lompoc Cabrillo 4, Nordhoff 3
Matt Hansen scored the game-winning run on a bases loaded balk in the bottom of the seventh inning, Lydell Sargeant hit a solo home run and Derek McLeod had the game-tying RBI triple for Lompoc Cabrillo (10-8, 1-3). Josh Catlett hit a solo home run in the fourth for Nordhoff (2-11).

POMONA

Semifinals

Corona Centennial 7, Whittier 1
Senior Justin Long went three for four with four RBIs, two stolen bases and a run scored, Mike Hernandez went three for five including two doubles and a run scored and Sean Pinder (2-1) went seven innings with three strikeouts and allowed five hits for Corona Centennial (11-3, 3-2), which will play in the championship game against Santa Fe at Pomona Thursday at 3:15 p.m. Whittier is 11-2, 5-0.

Santa Fe 21, Garey 5
Anthony Encinas had two hits, including a double, and three RBIs and Ryan Bateman had three hits and three RBIs for Santa Fe (10-2-1). Ten different Santa Fe hitters had doubles.

Consolation

La Serna 5, Kaiser 1
Michael Ponce de Leon hit his second pinch-hit home run of the year and Michael Balderman had a two-run single for La Serna (5-7-2). Winning pitcher David Klistoff (2-1) threw five innings and allowed one earned run.

San Bernardino 8, San Jacinto 7
Justin Jasso pitched a nine-hitter, striking out two, and went two for two with one RBI, Greg Torres went two for four with an inside-the-park home run, two runs scored and two RBIs and Ricardo Montoya added two hits and two runs scored for San Bernardino (8-8).

Riverside Notre Dame 1, Pomona 0
Perris 8, Arroyo Valley 1
Chaffey 14, Ganesha 0

SAN DIEGO LIONS

Pool play

El Camino Real 9, Poway 1
Charter Oak 6, San Diego Madison 2
Escondido 9, Lompoc 1
Calexico 2, Rancho Verde 0
Vista Tri-City Christian 4, Linfield Christian 1

UPLAND

Third Place

Rancho Cucamonga 8, Cajon 7
Julian Ramirez led off the bottom of the seventh inning with a single, advanced to second on a wild pitch and then to third on a ground ball before being knocked in on a single by Mike Nash to get the win for Rancho Cucamonga (11-5). Teammate Kevin Duke had tied the game for Rancho Cucamonga in the sixth inning with a home run. Brett Blumenthal was two for three, including a double, and scored two runs, and James Kono was two for four, including a double, for Cajon (8-6).

Seventh Place

San Gorgonio 14, El Rancho 5
Winning pitcher Adam Gonzales went four for five with a pair of doubles and five runs batted in for San Gorgonio (9-7). Josh Tejeda was three for three with a double and four RBIs for San Gorgonio.

Montclair 9, Upland 3 (championship)
Chaparral 3, Ontario 1 (fifth)

WOODLAND

Pool play

Napa Vintage 12, Antelope Valley 0

BAY/OCEAN LEAGUE CROSSOVER

Culver City 5, West Torrance 2
Alex Coons went two for four with two RBIs and two runs scored, Brad Matheson went two for three with a run scored and Mario Nevarez (4-2) went four innings allowing two earned runs and four hits to lead visiting Culver City (9-3-1, 3-2) over West Torrance (4-1 league).

CAMINO REAL LEAGUE

Cantwell Sacred Heart 3, Gardena Serra 1
Chris Barton went two for three including a double and two RBIs and Brian Carmona allowed five hits and one earned run over seven innings and had seven strikeouts for host Cantwell Sacred Heart (11-4-1, 5-1), which takes over first place in the league. Gardena Serra is 8-6, 4-2.

CENTURY LEAGUE

Tustin 7, Brea Olinda 1
Matt Cook had two doubles and drove in four runs for Tustin (6-7, 3-4). Scott Riley had a home run for Brea Olinda (4-10, 1-6).

CONDOR LEAGUE

Thacher 6, Laguna Blanca 4
Cal Jensen (1-1) struck out nine in a three-hitter and allowed no earned runs for host Thacher (3-2, 3-1).

DEL REY LEAGUE

Bishop Montgomery 13, Mary Star 5
D'Andre Clayton was two for three with three RBIs and two stolen bases, Ryan Skelley was two for three with two RBIs and Kelly Malone was two for three with two RBIs for Bishop Montgomery (8-7, 4-2). Bishop Montgomery had 10 stolen bases. Mary Star is 4-9, 1-5.

St. Paul 2, Bosco Tech 0

DESERT VALLEY LEAGUE

Palm Desert 2, Cathedral City 0 (8 innings)
With two outs in the top of the eighth inning, Josh Ruwet singled, Kevin Macdonald followed with a single and Jordan Lowe knocked both in on a double for visiting Palm Desert (11-3, 4-0). Zach Moore (6-0) struck out 15 with no walks in a six-hitter. Cory Millbrant went all eight innings, allowing six hits and two earned runs, and striking out three for Cathedral City (4-8, 2-2).

MARMONTE LEAGUE

Agoura 5, Moorpark 3
Grant Hirneise went two for three with a grand slam to lead host Agoura (10-4, 5-2) past Moorpark (9-5, 4-3).

Simi Valley 7, Newbury Park 1
Dylan Gaughen went two for two with a two-run triple, Bryan Anderson had a three-run home run, his fourth this season, and Mike Rowe (5-1) threw a two-hitter with eight strikeouts for host Simi Valley (11-3, 4-3). Laydell Shelton went two for three with two runs scored for the Pioneers. Newbury Park drops to 0-7 in league.

Thousand Oaks 5, Royal 1
Brian Bird (5-0) threw a four-hitter and struck out 12 and David Fonseca went two for three with a double and three RBIs to lead host Thousand Oaks (11-3, 6-1) past Royal (8-6, 4-3).

Westlake 8, Calabasas 7
Jordan Ott struck out the last two Calabasas batters with the bases loaded in the top of the seventh inning to earn his second save for Westlake (7-7, 4-3). Teammate Andrew Doupe was three for three, including a home run and a double, and had three RBIs. Calabasas is 1-6 in league.

METRO LEAGUE

Upland Christian 14, California Lutheran 5
J.T. Stephens had a three-run home run, his first of the season, a double and six RBIs and went four for four and Jake Garcia had a two-run home run, his 10th, and three RBIs to lead host Upland Christian (12-1, 1-0). Winning pitcher Tony Trabbie (6-0) was two for three, including a double, Andrew Carpenter was three for five and Kirk Smith was two for four. California Lutheran is 3-6, 0-1.

MIRAMONTE LEAGUE

Los Altos 4, Bonita 3
Daniel Sandello went seven innings with 11 strikeouts and had an RBI double for visiting Los Altos (8-4, 3-2). Mark Reed had two doubles and an RBI and Brett Heslop had two RBIs for Bonita (5-7, 3-2).

MISSION VALLEY LEAGUE

El Monte 9, South El Monte 4
Danny Mesa went four for four with a run scored and an RBI and Steve Urena (1-0)allowed six hits over seven innings and went two for two with two runs, one RBI and a stolen base to lead visiting El Monte (5-3-1, 4-1-1). South El Monte is 0-10, 0-6.

Mountain View 3, Rosemead 2
Erik Carranza pitched 6 2/3 innings with 10 strikeouts and had a double and an RBI for host Mountain View (5-1 in league). Matt Yates had two hits including a double and a run scored and Lazaro Fonta had two singles and an RBI for Rosemead (5-4-2, 3-2-1).

Arroyo 10, Gabrielino 0

MOJAVE RIVER LEAGUE

Hesperia 14, Sultana 3

MONTVIEW LEAGUE

Duarte 6, Sierra Vista 1

MOORE LEAGUE

Lakewood 11, Long Beach Cabrillo 0 (6 innings)
Senior Danny Johnson struck out nine in five innings and Danny Luyben went four for four with four RBIs and one run scored to lead host No. 5 Lakewood (12-3, 4-0).

Millikan 4, Long Beach Wilson 2
Justin Sincock of Millikan (7-6-1, 4-2) threw a two-hitter for his first win of the year. Long Beach Wilson is 9-4, 4-1.

Long Beach Poly 5, Long Beach Jordan 3

OCEAN LEAGUE

El Segundo 5, South Torrance 3
El Segundo improves to 4-1 in league. South Torrance is 6-5-1, 2-2-1.

Torrance 10, Hawthorne 3

PAC-5 LEAGUE

Atascadero 8, Righetti 7
Paul Smyth pitched a five-hitter with five strikeouts and three walks and Bob Donely went two for three with a double to lead host Atascadero (5-1 in league). Matt Anderson went two for four with a triple, Ryan Overland went two for four with a double and home run and Robert De Leon added two hits witha double for Greyhounds. Righetti is 3-3 in league.

RIO HONDO LEAGUE

Temple City 1, Monrovia 0

SERRA LEAGUE

Bishop Amat 4, St. John Bosco 3
Vincent Vasquez had two doubles and an RBI and Matt Lawhorn (4-2) had a double and two RBIs and went seven innings with seven strikeouts to lead Bishop Amat (8-3, 4-2) over St. John Bosco (1-5 league).

Servite 9, Mater Dei 0
Brad Meyers pitched a two-hitter with 11 strikeouts for No. 14 Servite (10-5, 2-4), which rebounded from a 6-0 loss to No. 10 Mater Dei (9-5, 4-2) on Monday. Alex Maldonado was two for three with a pair of runs driven in and Scott Schauer had two doubles, two RBIs and scored three times. Servite has won five of its last six games.

TRI-VALLEY LEAGUE

Fillmore 2, Oak Park 1

VALLE VISTA LEAGUE

Northview 8, Baldwin Park 2
Luis Reyes had a two-run home run for visiting Northview (4-1 in league). Antonio Casillas had a double, an RBI and a run scored for Baldwin Park (4-7-1, 3-2-1).

NONLEAGUE

Ontario Christian 1, Woodcrest Christian 0
Phil Belko scored on a wild pitch in the top of the sixth inning to score the winning run for Ontario Christian (11-3). Winning pitcher Chris Liebhart (3-0) struck out three and walked three in a six-hitter.

Santa Clarita Christian 7, First Lutheran 4
Trevor McCaslin went three for three with two runs and a RBI and pitched three innings of relief with three strikeouts and Stephen Mercier went two for three with a double, triple, two runs scored and two RBIs for host Santa Clarita Christian (4-4). Augie Detres (2-1) pitched four innings and struck out three and went one for three with a RBI and a run scored for the Cardinals. First Lutheran drops to 5-1.

Sherman Oaks Notre Dame 8, L.A. Baptist 7
Marc Funga knocked in Andrew Tapia with a single in the bottom of the seventh to give Sherman Oaks Notre Dame (6-8) the win. Funga went four for five and had three RBIs. L.A. Baptist is 8-4.

INTERSECTIONAL

Morro Bay 24, San Luis Obispo Mission Prep 10

Tuesday, April 6

TOURNAMENTS

ANAHEIM CANYON/EL MODENA
Pool Play

El Modena 11, Hart 4
Jason Mitchell (1-2) pitched a complete game, Cole Hathcock went two for three with four RBIs and Bubba Ruddy went two for three with two runs scored, two RBIs and one double for host El Modena (6-9). Cole Valancius went three for four with one RBI for Hart (8-7).

Temecula Valley 5, Canyon Springs 1
The longest hitting streak in state high school baseball history came to an end Tuesday, but it took a near-perfect performance to put it to rest.

Temecula Valley sophomore Tyler Engler-Gaston (1-1) earned his first varsity win by throwing a no-hitter to beat Moreno Valley Canyon Springs, 5-1, in a pool-play game at El Modena.

Engler-Gaston walked one and did not strike out a batter, conceding only an unearned run. The Golden Bears (6-9-1) committed two errors.

Joe Spiers, who had a double and single on Monday against Newhall Hart to extend his hitting streak to 46 consecutive games, went hitless in three at-bats on Tuesday for Canyon Springs (11-4), ranked No. 15 in the Southland by The Times.

He reached base in his second plate appearance when third baseman Danny Morrow threw the ball away after fielding a hard-hit grounder. Morrow atoned by snagging a line drive off Spiers' bat to retire the Hawaii-bound senior in his final at-bat.

The last time Spiers was held hitless was in his sophomore season in 2002, when he was playing for Temecula Valley.

Brandon Butcher had two hits, including a home run, for the Golden Bears.
--Eric Maddy

Arlington 7, San Diego Serra 4
Anaheim Canyon 16, Rocklin 15

ARCADIA
Pool Play

Lancaster 20, Bell Gardens 1
Santa Cruz 5, Montclair Prep 2
Troy 6, Etiwanda 4
Arcadia 3, Alta Loma 1

BIRMINGHAM
Round-robin

Sun Valley Poly 14, L.A Marshall 4

CRESCENTA VALLEY
Pool Play

Los Osos 11, Vista Murrieta 3
Travis Tartamella went two for four with four RBIs and Brent King went one for one with a double, three walks and four runs scored for host Los Osos (10-4).

Peninsula 11, Glendale 1
Tyler Waddel was three for four with three RBIs and hit his fifth home run, Brett Mendoza was three for four with a solo home run and Maurice Wilhelm (2-0) had six strikeouts in four innings to lead Peninsula (9-5) past Glendale (8-7).

Sonora 5, Crescenta Valley 1
Blake Luitweiler (3-0) pitched a five-hitter with 12 strikeouts for Sonora (12-3), which will play Peninsula in the championship game Wednesday (4/7) at 7 p.m. at Stengel Field. Crescenta Valley is 8-6.

Rialto 3, Carmichael Jesuit 2
Quartz Hill 11, Lynwood 3
La Canada 6, Pacific 5
Hoover 11, Harvard-Westlake 2

LAS VEGAS DURANGO
Pool Play

Chatsworth 20, Sacramento Christian Brothers 4 (5 innings)
Willie Cabrera's three-run home run highlighted a 13-run fourth inning for No. 4-ranked Chatsworth (16-0) at Durango High. Cabrera was five for five. Matt Dominguez was four for four, including a two-run double and two run-scoring singles. Thomas Cassidy had a solo home run for Chatsworth, which improved to 3-0 in the tournament.

San Clemente 11, Fairborn (Ohio) 1 (5 innings)
Senior Jeff Parnes went two for two with two RBIs and two runs scored and junior Amon Luckey (1-0), recently called up from junior varsity, got his first win for No. 16 San Clemente (13-4).

North Las Vegas Mojave 19, Canoga Park 5
Narbonne 3, Las Vegas Shadow Ridge 1
North Las Vegas Cheyenne 11, Carson 1
Canyon Country Canyon 6, Carson 0
Henderson (Nev.) Coronado 7, Birmingham 5
Birmingham 12, Rim of the World 9
Las Vegas 9, Wilmington Banning 3
San Diego Mount Carmel 15, Granada Hills Kennedy 11
Cleveland 11, San Diego Mira Mesa 0
Las Vegas Bonanza 3, California 0
San Clemente 8, Wilmington Banning 1

NEWPORT HARBOR
Semifinals

San Pedro 8, Colony 0
Eric Thacker (5-1) pitched five scoreless with five strikeouts and Ray Mandac went one for two with a two-run home run to lead San Pedro (13-3, 4-0), which plays La Sierra for the championship Wednesday at 3 p.m. at Newport Harbor.

Consolation

Corona del Mar 7, Aliso Niguel 6
Nick Palchikoff went two for three with a solo home run in the fourth inning, setting off a 7-0 run for host Corona del Mar in the fourth and fifth innings, and three RBIs and Todd Macklin (5-1) gave up three hits in five innings with seven strikeouts and three walks for Corona del Mar (9-5).

Costa Mesa 2, Sacramento Johnson West Campus 1
Justin Peterson (5-1) pitched a three-hitter with eight strikeouts and scored a run for host Costa Mesa (7-6), which scored both its runs in the first inning.

Estancia 8, Garden Grove Santiago 3
Cullen Crom had a two-RBI double, scored one run and had one stolen base as part of a six-run rally in the fifth inning for Estancia (2-10). Jeremy Hauser (1-0) pitched a complete game, allowing one earned run on 70 pitches for Estancia.

Tesoro 8, Warren 6
Curtis Hill went two for three with two RBIs and Brian Evans (4-2) picked up the victory for Tesoro (8-7). Warren is 11-4.

NORTHERN SANTA BARBARA COUNTY
Round-Robin

San Luis Obispo Mission Prep 9, Nordhoff 5
SLO Mission Prep is 3-9.

Lompoc Cabrillo 10, Carpinteria 5
Lompoc Cabrillo 22, Santa Paula 5

POMONA
Quarterfinals

Corona Centennial 3, Kaiser 1
Senior shortstop Joe Scott pitched a four-hitter in five innings and had two RBIs and one double for visiting Corona Centennial (10-3).

Garey 3, La Serna 0
Daniel Cortez had 12 strikeouts to lead Garey (3-8) past La Serna (4-7-2).

Santa Fe 11, Riverside Notre Dame 0
Kevin Camacho (2-0) pitched a three-hitter with six strikeouts in four innings for host Santa Fe (9-2-1).

Whittier 3, Pomona 0
Jake Rodriguez (5-0) went four innings with seven strikeouts and Mike Garcia pitched the final three innings and allowed two hits for his first save to lead Whittier (11-1, 5-0), which faces Corona Centennial in the semifinal Wednesday.

Consolation

San Bernardino 18, Ganesha 0
Freshman Marcos Rivera (2-0) pitched a five-hitter with no walks, senior Mario Rivera went four for four with two doubles, two runs scored and one RBI and junior Jeff Bowden went three for four with four RBIs for host San Bernadino (7-8).

San Jacinto 4, Arroyo Valley 2
Perris 5, Chaffey 4

RBI
Pool Play

Roosevelt 17, Jefferson 0 (5 innings)
Freddy Castellanos had two hits and five RBI for Roosevelt (11-3). Jesus Campos, Jose Calvillo and Eddie Martinez each had two hits for the Roughriders.

Venice 2, Granada Hills 1
Dorian Simon (4-2) pitched a five-hitter with four strikeouts, freshman Eric Alcantar broke a scoreless tie with an RBI single and Jamie Perez knocked in the second run on a squeeze play in the fourth inning for Venice (11-7). Granada Hills (9-8).

L.A. Hamilton 9, Los Angeles CES 2
Verdugo Hills 4, Locke 1
Grant 2, Muir 1
L.A. University 4, Garfield 2
Ventura 16, Huntington Park 0
South Gate 22, Washington 5

UPLAND
Pool Play

El Rancho 5, Cajon 0
El Rancho is 6-6-1. Cajon is 8-5.

Rancho Cucamonga 5, San Gorgonio 3
Upland 6, Ontario 4

WOODLAND
Pool play

Winters 6, Antelope Valley 5

ALMONT LEAGUE

Alhambra 5, San Gabriel 0
Jeremy DeVore (3-2) threw a three-hitter with 11 strikeouts and also had an RBI single to lead host Alhambra (10-5, 2-2) past San Gabriel (5-5, 2-3).

CENTURY LEAGUE

Tustin 4, Brea Olinda 2
Brandon Dixon struck out six to earn the victory for Tustin (5-7, 2-4). Mario Ramirez hit a two-run home run for host Brea Olinda (4-9, 1-5).

Villa Park 3, El Dorado 2 (8 innings)
Junior first baseman A.J. Smith hit an RBI single with two outs in the bottom of eighth to drive in Mike Vass and give No. 1 Villa Park (10-1, 6-0) the victory. Senior Dane Ferguson (2-0) pitched three innings of relief for the Spartans and gave up one hit, no runs and struck out two to earn the win. El Dorado is 7-6, 3-3.

CHANNEL LEAGUE

Santa Barbara 11, San Marcos 1
Freshman pitcher Michael Manning (3-1) struck out four and gave up six hits in five innings, Morgan Foil was four for five with three RBIs and Marcus Morales was three for five to lead Santa Barbara (9-2, 2-1) past host San Marcos (0-4 in league).

COAST VALLEY LEAGUE

Cuyama Valley 18, Shandon 7 (5 innings)
Anthony Rodriguez had two home runs with four RBIs and three runs scored and Tyler Duncan (3-3) went five innings and had three hits with two RBIs to lead host Cuyama (3-7, 2-3) over Shandon (0-5 league).

DESERT SKY LEAGUE

Barstow 6, Ridgecrest Burroughs 3
Silverado 7, Victor Valley 5

DESERT VALLEY LEAGUE

La Quinta 9, Desert Hot Springs 2
La Quinta is 9-3, 3-1. Desert Hot Springs is 1-3 in league.

EXPRESS LEAGUE

Southlands Christian 11, Fairmont Prep 8
Southlands Christian is 6-1 in league. Fairmont Prep is 6-3, 5-2.

FOOTHILL LEAGUE

Burbank Burroughs 3, Burbank 2
Pat Schulities had the game-winning RBI in the bottom of the seventh and Ryan Matheson (1-0) allowed no hits and had two strikeouts in relief to earn the victory for host Burroughs (2-4 in league). Burbank is 0-6 in league.

GARDEN GROVE LEAGUE

Garden Grove 7, Bolsa Grande 0
Dana Schaeffer (5-1) pitched a four-hitter with 10 strikeouts and had an RBI double and Chris Smith went two for two with a walk and hit a two-run home run in the bottom of the sixth inning for Garden Grove (11-1, 3-0). Bolsa Grande is 3-9, 2-3.

Westminster La Quinta 10, Los Amigos 0
Brandon Laird (3-0) struck out eight in five innings and went two for three with four RBIs to lead No. 12 La Quinta (13-0-1, 3-0). Los Amigos is 0-5 in league.

GOLDEN WEST LEAGUE

Ocean View 4, Santa Ana 1
Derek Walsh hit a two-run home run in the sixth inning to give host Ocean View (7-4, 3-2) a 4-1 lead. Bear Wurts had an RBI-double for the Seahawks. Santa Ana is 8-5, 3-1.

Westminster 9, Saddleback 1
Blake Torgerson (4-1) gave up four hits and no walks in six innings for Westminster (7-7, 2-2). Saddleback is 4-7, 2-2.

METRO LEAGUE

La Verne Lutheran 12, Riverside Christian 3
Senior Tyler Ceniseroz was two for three with three RBIs, freshman Mike Medina was two for three with three RBIs and freshman Donnel Lopez was three for three with an RBI to lead visiting La Verne Lutheran (6-2, 1-0).

PAC-5 LEAGUE

Arroyo Grande 6, Righetti 5
Brandon King hit a grand slam with a full count and two outs in the bottom of the seventh inning to win the game for Arroyo Grande (9-4, 3-2). Josh Gutierrez (5-0) struck out five and walked three and Chris McCall hit a home run for Arroyo Grande.

PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE

Northwood 10, Santa Ana Calvary Chapel 0
Jameson Kuykendall (5-1) went seven innings with six strikeouts and allowed three hits and went two for four with a double and a run scored, Tim Radack went two for four with two doubles and two RBIs and Tim Carrier went four for four with a double to lead visiting Northwood (8-5, 3-3). Santa Ana Calvary Chapel is 2-10, 1-5.

University 16, Laguna Beach 4
Mohan Martin was three for four with four RBIs to lead host University (8-5, 3-3) past Laguna Beach (4-7, 1-5).

PACIFIC VIEW LEAGUE

Oxnard 3, Rio Mesa 2
Cody Nash's run-scoring double capped a three-run rally in the seventh inning for visiting Oxnard (10-2, 7-0). Martin Merricks had a two-run double for Oxnard. James Segovia had three-hits, including a double, and scored a run for Rio Mesa (9-3-1, 5-2).

Hueneme 6, Camarillo 5

PIONEER LEAGUE

Leuzinger 10, Lawndale 0
Collearen Randolph went three for five with two singles, a double and two RBIs and Steven Paez went two for four with two singles and three RBIs to lead visiting Leuzinger (8-4, 5-0) over Lawndale (0-3 in league).

Morningside 6, Inglewood 2
Danny Morales (2-2) pitched five innings and Erik Morales pitched the final two innings for his first save to lead visiting Morningside (4-8, 1-2) over Inglewood (0-3, 0-3).

PREP LEAGUE

Rio Hondo Prep 5, Flintridge Prep 0
Dan Baumgartner had a double, two RBIs and three stolen bases, including a steal of home and Dan Pastor (2-1) went seven innings, allowing four hits to lead visiting Rio Hondo Prep (6-2, 4-1) over Flintridge Prep (5-3, 3-3).

RIO HONDO LEAGUE

Temple City 11, San Marino 8
Tommy Bullock went two for two with a two-run home run in the sixth inning and Mike Gonzalez went three for three with three doubles to lead host Temple City (7-2-1, 4-1). San Marino is 3-8, 1-4.

SAN ANTONIO LEAGUE

South Hills 2, Nogales 0
Steven Chavez (3-1) pitched a complete-game shutout, scattering 10 hits and Frank Corpus and Chris Mayhood each had an RBI for host South Hills (9-2, 4-1). Nogales is 11-3-1, 3-1-1.

Walnut 3, West Covina 1
Greg Burns was four for four, drove in one run and scored another for host Walnut (8-3, 3-2). Matt Cole (2-1) allowed two hits and walked four batters in six innings.

SAN GABRIEL VALLEY LEAGUE

Gahr 10, Dominguez 0 (5 innings)
Lemuel Johnson went two for three with one stolen base and Eddie Murray went two for two with two stolen bases for host Gahr (12-1-1, 5-0-1). Dominguez is 0-7, 0-5.

SANTA FE LEAGUE

La Salle 13, Verbum Dei 1 (5 innings)
George Colton went two for two with two RBIs, Mike Miller went two for two with two runs scored and Greg Paules and Scott Hogan combined for a two-hitter with 10 strikeouts for visiting La Salle (8-2, 2-0). Verbum Dei is 0-5, 0-1.

Murphy 3, Salesian 2 (8 innings)
Senior Chris Warters (1-3) had 16 strikeouts in eight innings and went two for four with the game-winning triple to lead visiting Murphy (1-3, 1-0). Juan Carlos Grijalba (1-2) had 10 strikeouts in seven innings for Salesian (2-5, 0-2).

SEA VIEW LEAGUE

Foothill 13, Laguna Hills 0
Sean Hansen had a double, triple, two runs scored and two RBIs, Trevor Tibbetts went two for two with two doubles and two RBIs and Cole St. Clair (6-0) went five innings with five strikeouts and three hits allowed for host Foothill (11-2, 5-1), ranked No. 8 by The Times. Laguna Hills is 4-9, 0-6.

Woodbridge 18, Irvine 3

SIERRA LEAGUE

Chino 6, Glendora 3
Matt Jaimes had three hits with an RBI and a run scored and Johnny Bravo pitched the final two innings for his second save for visting Chino (7-6, 2-4). A.J. Gasperino had a double, triple and an RBI for Glendora (7-4, 3-3).

Chino Hills 7, Ayala 5
Junior shortstop Jason Loya went two for three with two RBIs for host Chino Hills (5-9, 1-6). Sophomore pitcher Chris Parmalee (3-3) threw his third complete game of the season, striking out nine hitters and allowing only one earned run.

Damien 6, Diamond Bar 3
Travis Ward (4-0) went 6 2/3 innings with six strikeouts and Anthony Cusimano went one for three with two RBIs and two runs scored to lead host Damien (9-3, 5-1). Trevor Barkley was three for four for Diamond Bar (3-3 in league).

SUBURBAN LEAGUE

La Mirada 4, Artesia 0
Sheldon McGregor (4-1) went seven innings allowing two hits and Matt Fauntz went two for three with a double and two RBIs to lead host No. 25 La Mirada (11-2, 5-0) over Artesia (7-7, 4-1).

Mayfair 9, Glenn 0
Junior left-hander Adam McNaught (3-1) went the distance with four strikeouts and one walk and senior designated hitter Mark Reza went two for two with three RBIs for host Mayfair (9-6, 2-2). Glenn is 1-4 in league.

SUNSET LEAGUE

Edison 3, Los Alamitos 2
Nate Matani hit his third home run of the season, a two-run shot in the top of fifth to put Edison (7-5, 3-3) up, 3-0. Los Alamitos (2-4 in league) scored two runs in the sixth inning.

Marina 1, Esperanza 0
Marina scored the winning run on a bases-loaded hit batter. Brooks Walling (4-1) pitched a four-hitter with five strikeouts for the No. 6 Vikings (11-2, 4-2). Sean Rooney allowed five hits for visiting Esperanza (7-6, 3-3).

Huntington Beach 4, Fountain Valley 2

NONLEAGUE

Bloomington Christian 7, Apple Valley Christian 6
Jordan Newton hit a two-run home run for visiting Bloomington Christian (6-4). Chad Gross went two for three with a double and an RBI for Apple Valley Christian (3-7).

Loma Linda Academy 15, La Sierra Academy 3 (5 innings)
Loma Linda Academy (5-6) scored 15 runs off three hits. La Sierra Academy is 1-10.

Ontario Christian 8, Whittier Christian 5
Phil Belko went three for four with one double, a solo home run in the fifth inning, his third of the season, one RBI and three runs scored for visiting Ontario Christian (10-3).

Paraclete 11, Serrano 9
Nick Gaudi went four for five with three RBIs and two runs scored for visiting Paraclete. Kevin Bunch went three for four with two doubles, a home run, five RBIs and three runs scored for Serrano (8-5, 2-1).

Rowland 11, Hacienda Heights Wilson 7 (10 innings)
Senior J.D. Hogan went four for six with two RBIs and got the win by pitching the ninth and 10th innings and junior Travis Quon went two for five with three RBIs for visiting Rowland (5-6-1). Hacienda Heights Wilson is 3-7.

Santa Margarita 17, St. Bernard 2
Doug Reinhardt went two for three with a home run and a double and Tim May went two for three with a home run for Santa Margarita (8-5). St. Bernard is 4-7.

Vasquez 11, Desert 1
China McCarney (6-0) struck out eight and hit a two-run home run to lead host Vasquez (11-2) past Desert (5-5).

Monday, April 5

TOURNAMENTS

ANAHEIM CANYON
Pool Play

Hart 4, Canyon Springs 0
Pitcher Steve Sanchez (1-2) had ten strikeouts on his way to a complete game and Shane Carlson was two for four with an RBI to lead Hart (8-6), which only managed three hits but walked seven times. Joe Spiers was two for three with a double and a single to extend his hitting streak to 46 games for No. 15 Canyon Springs (11-3).

Anaheim Canyon 6, Arlington 2
El Modena 7, Temecula Valley 5
San Diego Serra 6, Sacramento Rocklin 5

ARCADIA
Second Round

Arcadia 5, Montclair Prep 1
Pitcher Charlie Mendel had six strikeouts in five innings for the victory and Zev Bernard was two for two with a double to lead Arcadia (11-3). Montclair Prep fell to 7-5.

Troy 10, Bell Gardens 0

Pool Play

Arcadia 14, Santa Cruz 4
Ryan Ruyle (3-0) pitched a complete game with two strikeouts. Chris Koutfakos had three hits and Billy Pinkerton hit two doubles to lead Arcadia (10-3)

Alta Loma 4, Santa Cruz 3
Lancaster 4, Etiwanda 3

BAKERSFIELD STOCKDALE
Round-robin

Bakersfield Garces 17, Frazier Mountain 2

BIRMINGHAM
Pool Play

L.A. Marshall 9, Palisades 3
Danny De Santiago (4-0) pitched a complete game with seven strikeouts and had a double and two RBIs, Danny Cabrera went four for five with a double and two runs scored and Sergio Aleman went two for four with two RBIs for visiting L.A. Marshall (6-7-1).

Sun Valley Poly 3, Franklin 1
Danny Mercurio pitched a seven-hitter with nine strikeouts and Ricardo Garcia hit a two-run single to make the score 3-0 for visiting Sun Valley Poly (7-4).

CABRILLO LOMPOC
Pool Play

Carpenteria 9, Nordhoff 8
Patrick Crooks had three doubles with two RBIs and two runs scored and Tim Vallejo (4-1) pitched a complete game, scattering six hits and survived five Warrior errors, and had seven strikeouts and allowed two earned runs for host Carpenteria (7-5). Nordhoff is 2-8.

CRESCENTA VALLEY
Pool Play

Crescenta Valley 13, Pacific 5
Chris Stroh went three for four with three RBIs and two runs scored and David Jarboe (1-1) pitched a complete game and struck out four for visiting Crescenta Valley (8-5).

Los Osos 14, La Canada 9
Freshman Addison Reed hit a two-run home run in the second inning for Los Osos (9-4), which scored 12 runs off eight hits in the first inning.

Sonora 7, Harvard-Westlake 5
Charles Acker went three for four with one RBI and Nick Sanders went three for four with three RBIs for Sonora (11-3, 5-0). Host Harvard-Westlake drops to 7-6-1.

Glendale 5, Vista Murrieta 4
Rialto 11, Lynwood 1
Hoover 3, Quartz Hill 1
Peninsula 4, Carmichael Jesuit 1

LAS VEGAS DURANGO
Pool Play

Birmingham 11, Las Vegas Durango 1 (six innings)
Luis Perez was three for four with four RBIs and pitcher Danny Gomez struck out five and walked none in six innings to lead Birmingham (7-6).

Chatsworth 6, Bakersfield Centennial 4
Jason Dominguez (4-0) went 5 1/3 innings, Bryan Petersen pitched the final 1 2/3 innings for the save, J.C. Barker hit a run-scoring double and Jake Norton hit a home run to lead No. 4 Chatsworth (14-0).

Granada Hills Kennedy 11, Las Vegas Palo Verde 9
Granada Hills Kennedy 9, Visalia Golden West 6
Tucson (Ariz.) Ironwood Ridge 14, Canoga Park 0
Canoga Park 14, Pahrump (Nev.) Pahrump Valley 0
Sunny Hills 14, Las Vegas Shadow Ridge 2
Narbonne 6, Sunny Hills 3
Narbonne 15, Susanville Lassen 5
North Hollywood v Kingman (Ariz.) (at Boulder City, noon)
Chatsworth at Las Vegas Durango (8 pm)
North Las Vegas Cheyenne 8, Canyon Country Canyon 7
Canyon Country Canyon 3 Santee West Hills 1
Carson 4, Santee West Hills 1
Henderson (Nev.) Coronado 6, Rim of the World 5
Rim of the World 8, Las Vegas Durango JV 4
Las Vegas 2, San Clemente 1
San Clemente 7, Fairborn (Ohio) 1
Wilmington Banning 3, Fairborn (Ohio) 2
Granada Hills Kennedy 9, Visalia Golden West 6
Las Vegas Centennial 4, Cleveland 3
Cleveland 6, Tucson (Ariz.) Flowing Wells 1
California 6, El Cajon Valhalla 4
Tucson (Ariz.) Rincon 3, California 1

NEWPORT HARBOR
Championship quarterfinals

San Pedro 4, Warren 1
Matt Kretzschmar threw a complete game two-hitter with six strike outs to lead San Pedro (12-3).

Colony 8, Tesoro 3
La Habra 4, Corona del Mar 1
La Sierra 6, Aliso Niguel 2
Colony 8, Tesoro 3

Consolation quarterfinals

Paloma Valley 12, Garden Grove Santiago 1
Grace Brethren 8, Estancia 1
Costa Mesa 2, Paramount 0
Sacramento Johnson West Campus 8, Newport Harbor 3

Consolation quarterfinals

Costa Mesa 2, Paramount 0
Gary Gonzalez (1-1), Daniel Cooper and Justin Peterson combined on a one-hitter, with Peterson notching his second save this season, and Alex Pisarski led off the game with a home run for host Costa Mesa (6-6). Paramount's only hit was a leadoff single in the third inning.

Grace Brethren 8, Estancia 1
Jeff Hudler pitched five innings and had nine strikeouts to earn the victory, Shaun Stephans was four for four with a double and three RBIs and Ryan Gallagher and Ryan Avena each had two hits to lead Grace Brethren (9-4).

Paloma Valley def. Garden Grove Santiago
Sacramento Johnson West Campus 8, Newport Harbor 3

NORTH SANTA BARBARA COUNTY
Round Robin

Santa Paula 8, San Luis Obispo Mission Prep 1
San Luis Obispo Mission Prep dropped to 2-9.

Santa Paula 9, Santa Ynez 1

POMONA
First Round

Corona Centennial 13, Arroyo Valley 5
Senior Matt Dunne went two for five with four RBIs, including a solo home run in the second inning, and senior Joe Scott hit a three-run home run in the second inning to lift host Corona Centennial (9-3).

Santa Fe 6, Ganesha 0
Anthony Encinas was two for three with a double and two RBIs for host Santa Fe (8-2-1).

Whittier 8, Perris 7
Eric Retana went three for three with two doubles and three RBIs and Marcos Aldrete pitched three innings for the win and Jake Rodriguez got the save for visiting Whittier (10-1). Perris is 5-6.

Kaiser 7, San Jacinto 4
La Serna 5, Chaffey 4
Riverside Notre Dame 4, San Bernardino 2

RBI
Pool Play

Granada Hills 14, Huntington Park 5 (6 innings, time limit)
Mike Ford went five for five with three doubles and Jared Rodriguez went two for three with two home runs and five RBIs for visiting Granada Hills (9-6). Huntington Park is 4-8-1.

Roosevelt 7, South Gate 4
Pitcher Carlos Alavarez improved to 5-0, Jesus Campos was three for three, Freddy Castellanos was two for three with a grand slam and five RBIs and Ramon Marquez hit his fourth home run of the season to lead Roosevelt (10-3) past South Gate (7-8).

Jefferson 10, Washington 5
Lock 6, Hamilon 4
Muir 2, Garfield 0
Grant 11, University 9
Ventura 4, Venice 0

SAN DIEGO LIONS
Pool play

Spring Valley Mount Miguel 2, Charter Oak 0
La Mesa Helix 8, Lompoc 0
San Diego St. Augustine 14, Rancho Verde 3
Kearny 17, Linfield Christian 4

TEMPLETON
First round

Cambria Coast Union 14, Kern Valley 12

UPLAND
Pool Play

Upland 4, El Rancho 1
Host Upland is 7-6.

Montclair 3, Rancho Cucamonga 1
Chaparral 4, San Gorgonio 0

Second Round

Ontario 7, Cajon 4
Senior third baseman Brett Blumenthal had three hits, one run batted in and one run scored for visiting Cajon (8-4).

WOODLAND TOURNAMENT

Palo Cedro Foothill 8, Antelope Valley 0
Soquel 11, Antelope Valley 0

CAMINO REAL LEAGUE

Gardena Serra 2, Cantwell Sacred Heart 1
David Leyva (3-1) pitched a complete, allowing one hit, and had 16 strikeouts and one walk and scored the winning run of a double by Devonte Odums in the seventh for host Serra (8-6, 4-1). Cantwell Sacred Heart is 10-4, 4-1 in league.

DEL REY LEAGUE

Bishop Montgomery 13, Mary Star 6
Abraham Enriquez went four for five with two RBIs and two runs scored to lead visiting Bishop Montgomery (7-7, 3-2). Mary Star is 4-8, 1-4.St. Paul 11, Bosco Tech 0

HERITAGE LEAGUE

L.A. Lutheran 5, Granada Hills Hillcrest Christian 0
Tom Myhrvold (1-1) threw a three-hitter and Grant Chapman and Alex Rizkowsky were both two for three to lead host L.A. Lutheran (4-4, 3-2). Jake Tardis stuck out 11 batters for visiting Granada Hills Hillcrest Christian (3-8, 2-5).

SERRA LEAGUE

Bishop Amat 4, St. John Bosco 0
Randy Serrato (2-0) threw a four-hitter and Steve Martlaro hit a double to lead host Bishop Amat (8-3, 3-2) past St. John Bosco (9-6, 1-4).

Mater Dei 6, Servite 0
Scott Thomson threw a three-hit shutout and Andrew Navarette went two for three with two RBIs for No. 10 Mater Dei (10-4, 4-1). No. 14 Servite is 9-5, 1-4.

SIERRA LEAGUE

Ayala 18, Chino Hills 4

TRI-VALLEY LEAGUE

St. Bonaventure 7, Bishop Diego 0

NONLEAGUE

Camarillo 9, Thousand Oaks 6
Donald Brown went two for three, including a double, home run and four RBIs with two runs scored to lead Camarillo (9-5). Eric Guillen hit a two-run home run and Matt Lorenz was two three with a three-run home run for host and No. 11 Thousand Oaks (10-3).

Chaminade 2, Calabasas 1
Kyle Thompson (2-0), struck out six in six innings and allowed five hits, Matt Milkovich went two for three and scored a run and Trevor Arroyo had an RBI double in the third for Chaminade (9-4-1).

Dunn 11, Ojai Valley 5
Freshman Brett KIine struck out seven players and had two walks in six innings and went two for three with a double, two runs scored and two walks and his older brother, senior Kevin Kline, went three for three with two doubles, one run scored and five RBIs for host Dunn (6-4).

Loma Linda Academy 9, Twentynine Palms 5
Kevin DeLeon was two for three with three RBIs and a double and Chris Pope was two for four with an RBI to lead host Loma Linda Academy (4-6).

Cate 7, Santa Maria Valley Christian 1

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