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Friday, May 14
Alhambra 13, Keppel 5
Robert Vargas (6-2) threw four innings with four strikeouts and went three for four with a home run, two runs scored and four RBIs to lead visiting Alhambra (17-8, 10-5) past Keppel (3-18, 1-14).
Montebello 11, Bell Gardens 3
Robert Lopez went three for four with a run scored and an RBI, Isahi Garcia went one for two with a solo home run and two RBIs and Joe Gonzalez (7-2) threw a seven-hitter with five strikeouts to lead host Montebello (18-6, 12-3), which clinched the Almont League title with the win over Bell Gardens (11-4 in league).
COAST VALLEY LEAGUE
North County Christian 30, Shandon 0 (5 innings)
Freshman Garry Holdgrafer (3-2) threw a two-hitter with 11 strikeouts and three walks, Nick Buckley went three for three with a home run, four runs scored and two RBIs and senior Brad Holdgrafer went four for six with a double, a triple and an RBI to lead host North County Christian (9-9, 7-5).
DEL RIO LEAGUE
Whittier 9, El Rancho 1
Sophomore Kirk Richardson went three for four with a double and three RBIs, senior Eric Retana went two for three with a double, a triple and two RBIs and Jessie Martinez (7-1) pitched six innings with seven strikeouts to lead visiting Whittier (22-2, 15-0) past El Rancho (11-12, 8-7).
Hart 10, Burbank 1
Tyler Fick (5-2) pitched a three-hitter and went three for four including a double, home run and had two runs scored and three RBIs, Nate Maddox went two for two including a triple and had a run scored and three RBIs and Matt Valaika went two for four with a run scored and two RBIs to lead visiting Hart (14-11-1, 9-5-1). Robert Nichols went one for four inlcuding a double and had a run scored for Burbank (1-22, 0-15).
Saugus 2, Canyon Country Canyon 0
Jason Pfau scattered six hits and struck out 10 and the Centurions (19-6-1, 11-3-1) closed out the regular season with their seventh win in eight games. Casey Stevenson singled and scored on a Ryan Erickson ground ball in the third inning to give Saugus the lead. Thomas Milone was three for three with a sixth-inning home run that provided an insurance run. Canyon is 11-13, 6-9.
Valencia 12, Burbank Burroughs 0
Matt Aidem (8-1) pitched six innings, allowed two hits and struck out four and Danny Worth went three for four with a three-run home run to lead host No. 4 Valencia (19-7, 14-1) past Burbank Burroughs (9-16-1, 4-11).
Lancaster 12, Highland 5
Lancaster is 10-5 in league. Highland is 11-13, 8-7.
Viewpoint 13, Buckley 12
Taylor Kwitney drove in five runs and Booth Ramsay set a school single-season record with his 35th stolen base for host Viewpoint (16-5, 10-2). Kwitney had a two-run triple, a two-run single and a run-scoring double. Ramsay had two stolen bases and scored a run.
MISSION VALLEY LEAGUE
Arroyo 13, Rosemead 1
Rosemead drops to 10-12-2, 8-6-1.
Duarte 9, Workman 0
Crescenta Valley 9, Arcadia 3
Trevor Bell (5-3) threw a three-hitter with nine strikeouts and Grant Hardyment went two for three with a triple, two runs scored and two RBIs to lead host Crescenta Valley (17-8, 13-2). Arcadia drops to 17-9, 10-5.
St. Bonaventure 6, Carpinteria 2
Baptist Christian 17, Bloomington Christian 4
Vasquez 1, Villanova Prep 0 Junior right-hander Curtis Leavitt (3-1) pitched a one-hitter with 16 strikeouts and Kyle Jensen had a run-scoring single in the fourth inning for visiting Vasquez (21-3). Villanova Prep is 7-11.
Thursday, May 13
San Luis Obispo Mission Prep 7, Nipomo 2
Oxford Academy 22, Whitney 2
Christian Florio went five for six with two triples and three RBIs, senior Ryan Bedard had two hits two RBIs and senior Robert Thompson went four for five with four RBIs for league champion Oxford Academy (17-2, 14-1). Bedard improved to 8-0 with the victory. Whitney finished 2-17, 0-15.
Sage Hill 15, Capistrano Valley Christian 11
Victor Valley Christian 10, Apple Valley Christian 2
Nickey Gunther threw a seven-hitter with 19 strikeouts and Jared Cady went two for four with a double, a home run and two RBIs for Victor Valley Christian (15-4, 7-2). Josh Jenkins went three for four with two runs scored for host Apple Valley Christian (7-12, 4-6).
Hesperia Christian 8, Bethel Christian 3
Brentwood 16, Downey Calvary Chapel 5
Max Mann went three for four with three RBIs and hit a two-run home run in the first inning and Jimmy Rotstein hit a three-run home run in the third inning for visiting Brentwood (9-11, 4-4). Downey Calvary Chapel finishes at 2-6 in league.
Los Osos 3, Etiwanda 2
Travis Kelly (6-6) pitched a six-hitter and struck out five to get the win for host Los Osos (14-11, 7-8). Brent King went one for two and scored two runs, including the game-winner in the bottom of the sixth inning. Etiwanda is 12-13, 7-8.
Rancho Cucamonga 4, Upland 2
Pitcher Corey Woodring (5-0) had seven strikeouts and hit a home run for Rancho Cucamonga (20-6, 13-2).
Mira Costa 6, Redondo 2
Mira Costa improved to 17-9-1, 8-4-1. Redondo is 14-13, 6-7.
West Torrance 9, Santa Monica 0
Senior right-hander John Dunn (10-2) threw a one-hitter with nine strikeouts and no walks and junior Aaron Bensoua went three for three with a double and two RBIs to lead host No. 25 West Torrance (20-8, 10-3).
El Dorado 11, Brea Olinda 5
Shaun Lane went three for three, including a double and triple, and had four RBIs, Mike Sandoval went three for three with a home run and two stolen bases and Kurt Mertins went three for three with two doubles and an RBI for host El Dorado (17-9, 10-5), which finished third in league. Chauncy Fonner hit two home runs for Brea Olinda (5-22, 1-14).
Villa Park 13, Anaheim Canyon 8 (8 innings)
James Ferguson (5-0) pitched two scoreless innings to get the victory and No. 2 Villa Park (24-2, 14-1) scored seven runs in the top of the eighth inning, highlighted by Chris Berrey's bases-loaded triple and consecutive home runs by Mike Vass and Nathan Bridges. Mark Trumbo hit a solo home run and Mitch Bialosky hit a three-run home run for the Spartans, who swept three games this season from No. 5 Canyon (18-8, 10-5), including a 7-6 decision Tuesday that clinched the outright league title. Ryan Thompson went four for five, including two doubles, and scored two runs and Grant Green had three hits and two RBIs for the Comanches, who will be the league's No. 2 seed in the playoffs.
Santa Barbara 3, Dos Pueblos 2
Freshman Michael Manning (8-1) pitched 6 1/3 innings and allowed six hits, struck out five and walked one, Vinnie Agapito pitched the final two outs to record his third save of the year and Morgan Foil had a two-run double in the bottom of the third to lead host No. 24 Santa Barbara (20-4, 9-3), which finished in second place in the Channel League with the win over Dos Pueblos (16-6, 8-4).
Ontario Christian 6, Western Christian 0
John Totten (6-1) allowed two hits and struck out four in five innings for host Ontario Christian (18-4, 7-1), which won its first league title in school history.
CITRUS BELT LEAGUE
Redlands East Valley 8, Miller 3
Tommy Hansen pitched a three-hitter and struck out 10 to lead host Redlands East Valley (15-9, 9-6). Miller is 11-3 in league.
COAST VALLEY LEAGUE
Santa Maria Valley Christian 16, Cuyama Valley 3
DE ANZA LEAGUE
Beaumont 18, Yucca Valley 0
Robert Oliver (6-3) struck out seven and allowed four hits in six innings and went three for four with two RBIs for host Beaumont (14-8, 10-4). Yucca Valley dropped to 3-11 in league.
San Jacinto 9, Twentynine Palms 5
Campbell Hall 11, Crossroads 1 (5 innings)
Andrew Lawson had two two-run singles for host Campbell Hall (13-6, 8-0).
Kilpatrick 1, Pacific Hills 0
Raymond Guimary (8-4) pitched a three-hitter and struck out four for visiting Kilpatrick (12-6, 6-2). Pacific Hills dropped to 11-9, 4-4.
DESERT VALLEY LEAGUE
Indio 11, Coachella Valley 8
Chris Ramirez went three for four with two RBIs, Marco Ramirez went two for two with three RBI and Miguel Gonzalez and Roy Fierro each hit a home run for Indio (9-12, 7-5), which finished in third place in league.
Palm Desert 9, La Quinta 5
Matt Lopez had a single, double, home run and three RBIs, Joe Garcia hit a solo home run and Zack Morris (9-2) pitched a four-hitter with 13 strikeouts for host Palm Desert (11-15, 10-2), which gained a share of the league title with La Quinta (18-5, 10-2).
Cypress 10, Orange Lutheran 2
Nick Tanos went four for four with a double, a home run and two RBIs, Matt Swims (8-3) threw a four-hitter with nine strikeouts and no walks and went two for three for host Cypress (18-8, 11-4), which clinched the league title with the win over Orange Lutheran (17-9, 9-6).
Fullerton 8, Buena Park 5
Steven Huff hit a solo home run and pitched a 12-hitter with five strikeouts for host Fullerton (14-11, 8-7). Buena Park is 4-11 in league.
Sunny Hills 1, Troy 0 (9 innings)
Sunny Hills (12-13-1, 7-8) scored the winning run on a walk and three hit batters in the ninth inning. Derek Sutherland gave up two hits and struck out seven in seven innings and Matt Deemer got the victory in relief for the Lancers. Lance Abbott pitched all nine innings for Troy (2-13 in league) and gave up two hits with nine strikeouts.
Santa Paula 16, Oaks Christian 8
Jake Phillips had two home runs and Randy Aguilera and Tony Monzano each had a home run for visiting Santa Paula (12-11, 5-7). Phillips had a two-run home run and a solo shot. Aguilera had a three-run home run and Monzano had a solo home run. Sean Travis had a solo home run for Oaks Christian (17-6, 11-1).
Nordhoff 11, Santa Clara 1
GARDEN GROVE LEAGUE
Garden Grove 3, Rancho Alamitos 2
Tommy Rios (7-1) pitched a four-hitter with nine strikeouts for host Garden Grove (21-4, 9-3), the league's No. 2 seed. Rancho Alamitos is 16-10, 6-6.
Garden Grove Santiago 11, Los Amigos 3
Mariano Silva (2-6) pitched a two-hitter with seven strikeouts and had three hits, including two doubles, and four RBIs and Luis Bernal had three hits, three runs scored and three stolen bases for host Santiago (5-22, 3-9). Los Amigos is 1-24, 0-12.
Westminster La Quinta 14, Bolsa Grande 0
Brandon Laird (9-0) pitched four innings and struck out nine and Adam Jorgenson pitched three innings with no hits and five strikeouts for No. 8 La Quinta (25-1-1, 12-0), which won its 12th consecutive league title and 43rd consecutive league game. Laird went three for four with two home runs and Jorgenson went four for five. Bolsa Grande finished 4-8 in league.
New Roads 12, Shalhevet 0 (5 innings)
David Vibiano (7-3) struck out nine and gave up one hit to lead host New Roads (15-5, 8-0), which completed its third consecutive undefeated league season. Shalhevet is 4-5-1 in league.
Rolling Hills Prep 16, Ribet Academy 3 (5 innings)
Erik Muller struck out seven to get the win and Scott Rasak went three for five with three RBIs to lead visiting Rolling Hills Prep (12-5, 6-2).
L.A. Lutheran 11, Faith Baptist 0 (6 innings)
Sal Nuno pitched a one-hitter with 10 strikeouts and Tom Myhrvold went four for four with four runs scored and two RBIs to lead visiting L.A. Lutheran (11-7, 10-5). Ryan Stabile was three for three with a double, a home run and four RBIs and Chris Thompson was three for four with three RBIs for the Lions.
Immanuel Christian 18-14, Owens Valley 0-4
Moreno Valley 9, Arlington 7
Senior Jeremy Bamsey (6-2) pitched 5 1/3 innings with seven strikeouts, Dominick Trajano went four for four with two doubles, a stolen base and four RBIs and Steven McLeod went one for one with a RBI double and recorded his first save of the year to lead host Moreno Valley (14-11, 8-7) past Arlington (16-10, 10-5).
Canyon Springs 13, Riverside Poly 0
Avalon 13, Yeshiva 1
Mark Hooikaika went three for five with two RBIs and Adam Nelson went two for four with three RBIs for visiting Avalon (11-8, 9-3), which scored nine runs in the seventh inning.
Desert Chapel 9, California Lutheran 5
Landon Hernandez went two for four with a home run and three RBIs and Frank Marshall went three for three with a double and an RBI to lead visiting Desert Chapel (6-8, 3-5) past California Lutheran (2-6 in league).
Riverside Christian 13, Upland Christian 10
Hacienda Heights Wilson 5, Los Altos 0
Bryan Banes (4-5) pitched a two-hitter and Jason Nakano had a two-run double for host Wilson (8-13, 6-6).
Charter Oak 7, Bonita 2
Chaminade 8, Loyola 2
Tim Poyer had a three-run home run and a run-scoring single and Casey Haerther had a run-scoring single for host Chaminade (17-8-1, 9-3).
Crespi 7, Alemany 4 (8 innings)
Michael Gilmartin (8-1) pitched a seven-hitter and went three for four with two RBIs, Ricky Nicola singled in Sean Camacho for the go-ahead run in the eighth inning and Ollie Linton went two for five with an RBI for No. 3 Crespi (23-4, 11-1). Camacho also recorded his fifth save of the year. Angleo Songco went two for four for host Alemany (14-13, 6-6).
Harvard-Westlake 3, St. Francis 0
Gabe Cohen had a two-run home run and Charles Lansbury (2-5) pitched a five-hitter for host Harvard-Westlake (12-13-1, 4-8).
MOJAVE RIVER LEAGUE
Apple Valley 8, Serrano 7
Trevor Rourke hit a game-winning two-RBI double in the bottom of the seventh inning for Apple Valley (8-4 in league), which clinched the league title. Carl Uhl had a single, a triple and scored three runs for Serrano (13-10, 6-6).
Lakewood 10, Long Beach Wilson 3
Aljay Davis went two for four with two runs scored, an RBI and tied the school record with 52 hits in a single season, Mike Carp went two for four with a run scored, three RBIs and broke the school record with 51 RBIs in a single season and Justin Wheeler (8-1) pitched five innings and struck out three to lead visiting No. 6 Lakewood (24-6, 11-1) past Long Beach Wilson (19-9-1, 8-4).
Colony 17, Diamond Ranch 2
Jeff Newman (8-2) pitched six innings, allowed three hits and struck out 12 and went two for two with two stolen bases, three runs scored and two RBIs, Jeff Abernathy went three for four with a double and three RBIs and Johnathen Brady went three for four with a double and five RBIs to lead host Colony (15-8-1, 10-5) past Diamond Ranch (6-15, 2-13).
El Segundo 3, Torrance 1
Auggie Meick (9-0) threw a two-hitter with three strikeouts and Brad Franks had a solo home run, his eighth on the season, to lead visiting El Segundo (21-7, 11-2).
Montclair Prep 5, Cerritos Valley Christian 4
Zev Bernard went two for four and hit a two-run home run in the third inning to lead host Montclair Prep (15-9, 5-3). Cerritos Valley Christian is 15-10, 3-5.
Atascadero 13, Righetti 12
Paul Smyth went three for four with two RBIs and one run scored and Travis Jones pitched five innings of relief to get the win and had a three-run home run and finished with four RBIs to lead visiting Atascadero (19-9, 10-6), which overcame a 12-5 deficit in the top of the seventh to clinch the outright league title. Righetti is 8-8 in league.
PACIFIC VIEW LEAGUE
Oxnard 12, Oxnard Pacifica 3
RJ Rodriguez went three for three with a double, three runs scored and an RBI, Jose Morales went two for three with a run scored and four RBIs and Max Gutierrez (2-0) threw a six-hitter with four strikeouts and two walks to lead host Oxnard (20-5, 13-2) past Oxnard Pacifica (8-19, 5-10).
Channel Islands 5, Hueneme 1
Morningside 1, North Torrance 0
Ernie Hernadez (5-4) threw a two-hitter with six strikeouts and Erik Morales knocked in the game-winning run in the bottom of the third to lead host Morningside (10-14, 7-7) past North Torrance (13-1 in league).
Pasadena Poly 11, Flintridge Prep 1 (5 innings)
Freshman pitcher Rob Rasmussen (12-0) had seven strikeouts and junior Christian Strong had a three-run triple for Pasadena Poly (18-2, 11-1). Flintridge Prep is 9-13.
RIO HONDO LEAGUE
Temple City 12, San Marino 1
Tommy Bullock went two for four with a double, a home run and four RBIs to lead visiting Temple City (23-1, 14-1) past San Marino (4-16, 2-12).
SAN ANDREAS LEAGUE
Cajon 5, Yucaipa 3
Senior lenft-hander James Scott (8-3) pitched a six-hitter with seven strikeouts and one walk and went one for four with two RBIs and Joe Estrada went two for three to lead visiting Cajon (18-6, 10-2), which won the league championship. Yucaipa is 20-8, 9-3.
Pacific 14, San Bernardino 9
Mario Espinoza went two for three with a three-run home run, Reuben Caldera and Ray Escarzaga each had two hits and sophomore Ben Taylor went three for four for Pacific (7-5 in league). Junior Jeff Bowden went five for five with two doubles, three runs scored, three stolen bases and three RBIs for host San Bernardino (10-18, 0-12).
SAN ANTONIO LEAGUE
South Hills 7, West Covina 0
Frank Corpus had two hits and four RBI and Steve Chavez (7-2) pitched a two-hitter for host South Hills (19-5, 10-2).
Walnut 6, Rowland 5
Greg Burns went two for four and hit a two-run home run in the second inning to lead host Walnut (14-10, 7-5).
SAN GABRIEL VALLEY LEAGUE
Gahr 8, Downey 5
Eddie Murray went three for four with two RBIs and pitched two innings in relief to get the win for host Gahr (20-5-1, 12-2-1). Downey is 14-11, 7-7.
Paramount 12, Dominguez 1 (5 innings)
Jeremy Lara (2-0) pitched a two-hitter and struck out seven to get the win for visiting Paramount (11-14, 6-9). Luis Celis went two for three with three RBIs and German Espejo hit a three-run home run in the fourth inning for the Pirates. Dominguez finished 0-15 in league.
Warren 8, Lynwood 0
Senior Mynor Marroquin went one for three with three runs scored and Senior Ryan Sheek went two for four with two RBIs for visiting No. 23 Warren (19-7, 13-2), which clinched the league title with the win over Lynwood (5-9-1 in league).
SEA VIEW LEAGUE
Foothill 8, Irvine 1
Trevor Tibbetts went two for three with a double, two runs scored and a RBI, Dan Kirkpatrick went two for two with a run scored, a stolen base and an RBI and Phil Hughes (8-1) pitched five innings and allowed no runs, three hits and struck out seven for host No. 10 Foothill (22-4, 12-3). Eric Oliver had solo home run in the top of the sixth inning for Irvine (6-21, 3-12).
Woodbridge 7, Newport Harbor 1
Woodbridge improved to 13-12-1, 9-6 and clinched the third and final playoff spot from the Sea View League.
Damien 6, Ayala 2
Daniel Moskos (7-2) struck out five and allowed four hits in five innings to get the win for host Damien (16-8, 10-5), which clinched the Sierra League championship. Chris Wilson went three for four and Anthony Cusimano went two for four with three runs scored for the Spartans. Ayala is 7-8 in league.
Diamond Bar 6, Chino 5
Jon Amaya had run-scoring double in the seventh inning for a 6-3 lead for Diamond Bar (17-9, 9-6), which clinched second place in the league. Brett Siegmund had home run in the fifth inning for Diamond Bar. Justin Jacobs had three hits, including two doubles, and drove in a run for Chino, which tied for third in league at 8-7 but lost the tiebreaker and was eliminated from playoff consideration.
Glendora 7, Chino Hills 2
Kevin Hansen went two for three with a solo home run and George Snyder went three for four with an RBI to lead visiting Glendora (17-7, 9-6) past Chino Hills (8-18, 2-13). Hansen has five hits, two doubles, two home runs and six RBIs in the past two games
SOUTH COAST LEAGUE
Dana Hills 18, San Clemente 9
Nolan Borden went five for five with two doubles, two RBIs and two runs scored for Dana Hills (11-15, 6-9). Borden's five hits set a Dolphin school record for hits in a game. No. 17 San Clemente finished in third place in league at 17-9, 9-6.
El Toro 3, Capistrano Valley 0
Joel Garcia (4-3) pitched a three-hitter with 10 strikeouts and Riley Ward hit a two-run double in the first inning in the upset for host El Toro (9-17, 4-11). The loss dropped No. 7 Capistrano Valley (19-6-1, 11-4) into a co-championship with Mission Viejo.
Mission Viejo 6, Trabuco Hills 5
T.J. Mittlestadet hit a one-out bases-loaded double in the bottom of seventh inning to give No. 14 Mission Viejo (18-8, 11-4) the victory and a share of the league title with No. 7 Capistrano Valley. Mark Wilkerson (3-0) got the victory in relief.
Artesia 4, Mayfair 2
Chris Mink (2-3) pitched a three-hitter and Sergio Corona drove in the tying and go-ahead run in the third inning for Artesia (14-12, 7-5). The Pioneers finished second in league. Mayfair (7-5 in league) will enter the playoffs as the third seed.
Ramona 13, King 7
Marina 10, Los Alamitos 1
Brooks Walling hit a three-run home run in the first inning and another three-run shot in the sixth for No. 12 Marina (20-6, 9-6), which finished second in league.
South Torrance 8, Peninsula 1
Matt Hopps (6-3) gave up one run on five hits and struck out six in six innings, Ryan Jones was one for three with a double and three RBIs and Casey Moir added one hit and two RBIs to lead host South Torrance (18-9-1).
Vasquez 15, Windward 0 (5 innings)
China McCarney went three for four with seven RBIs and hit two three-run home runs to lead host Vasquez (20-3). J.C. Urso (3-1) allowed one hit and struck out 10 to get the win for the Mustangs, who finished the season with the most wins in school history. Windward is 9-9.
L.A. Baptist 7, Whittier Christian 4
Wednesday, May 12
Boys Republic 6, CSDR 0
Jeremy Outlaw threw a one-hitter, Mario Badena went two for two with one RBI and teammate Chris Crook hit an inside-the-park home run for Boys Republic (11-7, 8-0). CSDR is 0-6-1 in league.
Dunn 17, Laguna Blanca 1 (6 innings)
Senior right-hander Kevin Kline (5-3) pitched a seven-hitter with seven strikeouts and went three for three with two RBIs and scored four runs and sophomore Brett Kline added three hits with three RBIs for Dunn (11-7, 6-2) at Laguna Blanca (3-8, 1-7).
Thacher 4, Cate 1
Graham Douds pitched a two-hitter and struck out five to lead visiting Thacher (8-5, 7-1). Cate is 11-5, 5-3.
DEL RIO LEAGUE
La Serna 3, Santa Fe 2
Sophomore Matt Petropulos scored the winning run on a single by his brother, senior Nick Petropulos, in the fifth inning, and Brandon Skinas (3-2) pitched a five-hitter with five strikeouts for La Serna (11-12-2, 6-7-1) at Santa Fe (5-8-1 in league). Catcher Matt Balzano had a two-run double to give La Serna a 2-1 league in the fourth inning.
Whittier 6, El Rancho 5 (8 innings)
Mike Garcia scored the tying run and Marcos Aldretti scored the winning run on a single by Jessie Martinez in the bottom of the eighth inning for Whittier (21-2, 14-0), which won its 25th consecutive league game. Jeremy Rueda went three for three with one RBI for the Cardinals. Joe Carbajal led off the game with a home run for El Rancho (8-6 in league).
Littlerock 5, Antelope Valley 0
Rodney Kunkel struck out 11 and pitched a four-hitter for the host Lobos (12-10, 5-9).
Palmdale 6, Quartz Hill 5
Chris Bloom had a three-run home run in the top of the fourth-inning to lead Palmdale (9-6 in league) past host Quartz Hill (16-9, 11-4).
GOLDEN WEST LEAGUE
Costa Mesa 4, Santa Ana 3
Kyle Benson hit a two-run double and Dylan Hunter added a two-run single in the second inning to make the score 4-1 for Costa Mesa (13-11, 7-5). Santa Ana is 14-12, 6-6.
Ocean View 16, Saddleback 0
Joe Jameson went two for three with a grand slam and five RBIs, Josh Roth went one for two with three RBIs and Jason Walker went two for three with a home run and two RBIs for Ocean View (16-7, 9-3), the co-champions of the Golden West League with Westminster. Saddleback is 3-9 in league.
Orange 8, Westminster 3
Matt Allen was three for four with five RBIs and Matt Johnson (5-3) went the distance to earn the victory to lead host Orange (11-12, 8-4) over league-leader Westminster (16-9-1, 9-3). The Panthers earned the third and final playoff spot from the league.
L.A. Lutheran 18, Pilgrim 8 (5 innings)
Earl Washington (2-0) threw a seven-hitter with nine strikeouts and went one for three with two RBIs and Tom Myhrvold and Chris Thompson each had three RBIs to lead host L.A. Lutheran (10-7, 9-5).
Santa Clarita Christian 6, Milken 3
Nick Dashnaw (5-3) pitched a eight-hitter with four strikeouts and went two for four with a triple and two RBIs for host Santa Clarita Christian (12-6, 11-4), which clinched the Heritage League title with the win over Milken (5-9 in league).
Avalon 6, Yeshiva 3
Adam Nelson had a double and two singles with one RBI and Eric Gonzalez had two hits and two RBIs for Avalon (10-8, 8-3) at Yeshiva.
Calabasas 14, Westlake 4
Daniel Hirsch had three hits and one RBI and Carter Whitman (2-4) allowed five hits and struck out five in six innings for host Calabasas (12-11-1, 7-7), which won its last seven games to finish fourth in league. It was the final game for Calabasas Coach Rick Nathanson, who compiled a 217-105-5 in 13 seasons. Nathanson will be replaced by former major leaguer Bret Saberhagen, the Coyotes pitching coach for the last three seasons.
Moorpark 4, Agoura 1
Jason Breckley (5-3) threw a three-hitter with 12 strikeouts and Nick Dingman and Ryne Intlekofer each went one for three with a double and an RBI to lead host No. 16 Moorpark (18-9, 10-4), which clinched at least a share of the Marmonte League title with the win over Agoura.
Simi Valley 7, Newbury Park 0
Mario Colletto went three for four with a run scored and an RBI, Steve Schultz had an RBI triple in the top of the fourth inning and Laydell Shelton went two for four with a double and an RBI to lead visiting Simi Valley (21-7, 9-5). Mike Roe (8-2) threw a four-hitter with eight strikeouts for the Pioneers. Newbury Park drops to 11-16, 4-10.
Thousand Oaks 4, Royal 3
Brian Bird (8-2) threw a seven-hitter, allowed one earned run and struck out seven, including the last batter with the bases loaded, and Ian Brown had a triple and an RBI for visiting No. 19 Thousand Oaks (16-9, 10-4). Clanton Edwards (7-2) threw a five-hitter with eight strikeouts and went two for three with a run scored for Royal (13-13, 6-8).
MISSION VALLEY LEAGUE
Rosemead 8, El Monte 0
Henry Barrera (6-2) threw a three-hitter with 11 strikeouts, giving 103 on the season, and Jorge Campos went three for four with a double and two RBIs to lead visiting Rosemead (10-11-2, 8-5-1), which clinched a postseason berth for the fourth consecutive year. El Monte is 9-10-1, 7-6-1.
MOUNTAIN VIEW LEAGUE
Corona Santiago 12, Jurupa Valley 6
Dan Contreras went three for four, including a bases-loaded triple in the sixth inning, and had seven RBIs for host No. 21 Santiago (20-5, 12-3), which clinched its second consecutive league crown. Jurupa Valley is 9-16-1, 4-11.
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE
Corona Del Mar 5, Northwood 4
Jake Lemmerman hit a two-run single in the sixth to give Corona Del Mar (20-5, 15-0) a 5-3 lead. Blake Contant pitched a complete game for his eighth win of the year for the Sea Kings. Northwood is 17-10, 9-7.
Irvine University 11, Santa Ana Calvary Chapel 3
Kazuki Saito had three hits with two runs scored and an RBI and pitched three hitless innings to get the save for visiting University (6-9 in league). Calvary Chapel is 5-19, 2-13.
Tesoro 5, Laguna Beach 0
Ryan Landry went three for three with a double, a triple and two RBIs and Steve Tinoco went three for three with two doubles and two runs scored for Tesoro (16-10, 11-4). Laguna Beach is 3-12 in league.
Bishop Amat 8, Santa Margarita 4
Steve Martlaro (5-2) pitched a seven-hitter with 12 strikeouts and Matt Lawhorn had two triples and two RBIs for host Bishop Amat (16-8, 7-5), which clinched third place with the victory. Doug Reinhardt doubled and tripled for No. 9 Santa Margarita (16-10, 8-4), which will enter the playoffs as the No. 1 seed from the Serra League.
Mater Dei 7, St. John Bosco 4
Garret Smith singled in a run in the top of the seventh to break a 3-3 tie and T.J. Bernardy followed with an RBI double to make it 5-3 for No. 13 Mater Dei (18-9, 8-4), which scored four runs in the inning. Christian Gagne pitched three innings of relief to get the win. St. John Bosco is 1-11 in league.
Carpinteria 2, St. Bonaventure 1
Mike Underwood (5-5) threw a five-hitter with 12 strikeouts and no walks and Tim Vallejo led off the bottom of the fifth inning with a single and Tony Meyer singled him in with two outs to give host Carpinteria (13-10, 6-5) a 2-1 lead. Daniel Abeloe threw a three-hitter with seven strikeouts for St. Bonaventure (17-5, 7-4).
Oak Park 11, Fillmore 2
VALLE VISTA LEAGUE
Pomona 3, Baldwin Park 1
Edgar Munoz pitched a four-hitter, striking out eight, Fernando Maroon went three for four with two RBIs and one run scored and senior Aldo Esquivel made two defensive plays at third base to preserve the win for visiting Pomona (3-11 in league). Baldwin Park is 5-8-1 in league.
La Sierra Academy 6, Fairmont Prep 5
Braden Rademacher went three for three with three RBIs, a run and two triples for Fairmont Prep (13-5).
New Roads 13, Wildwood 10
David Vibiano had a single, two home runs and three RBIs for New Roads (14-5). Matt Kinzelberg had two singles, a double and two RBIs for host Wildwood (9-4).
Nogales 23, Garey 9
Mark Rubio went four for five with a double, five runs scored and two RBIs and Danny Garcia went three for four with four runs scored and three RBIs to lead visiting Nogales (20-6-1).
Tuesday, May 11
Oxford Academy 11, Whitney 2
Ryan Bedard went two for four with two RBIs and two stolen bases, Christian Florido went three for four, and Jason Delos Reyes went three for three with two doubles for visiting Oxford (16-2, 13-1), which won back-to-back league titles. Whitney is 2-16, 0-14.
Joshua Springs 9, Apple Valley Christian 2
Chris Bridenstein was three for four, including a double, with three RBIs and two runs scored for visiting Joshua Springs (15-3, 8-1). Johnny Mortimore hit his eighth home run, a new school record, for Apple Valley Christian (7-12, 4-5). Joshua Springs won the league championship.
Alhambra 9, Keppel 2
Robert Vargas hit a home run and was three for four with four RBIs for host Alhambra (16-8, 9-5). Keppel is 3-17, 1-13.
Schurr 3, San Gabriel 0
Schurr improves to 6-14, 6-8 in league. San Gabriel is 5-9 in league.
Bell Gardens 5, Montebello 1
San Jacinto 2, Beaumont 1
Rene Aguilar pitched a two-hitter and went one for three for host San Jacinto (14-9, 10-3). Bobby Pepper (7-3) had six strikeouts over six innings for Beaumont (13-8, 9-4).
Boys Republic 9, La Sierra Academy 5
Left-hander Chris Crook (6-2) struck out 15, Daniel Otis was three for three with an RBI and two runs scored, Mario Badena was three for five with two RBIs and two runs scored, and Josh Bryant was two for three with two RBIs for visiting Boys Republic (10-7, 7-0). La Sierra Academy is 7-13, 4-3.
Etiwanda 9, Los Osos 3
Chris Lombardo was four for four with three runs scored to lead host Etiwanda (7-7 league). John Stein and Travis Kelly each had two hits for Los Osos (13-11, 6-8). The teams meet again on Thursday and the winner will advance to the playoffs.
Rancho Cucamonga 6, Upland 5 (8 innings)
Justin Fellhauer had a one-out single to score Corey Woodring in the bottom of the eighth inning to lift host Rancho Cucamonga (19-6, 12-2). Woodring went two for four with two RBIs, including a two-run home run in the fifth inning. Upland is 2-12 in league.
Mira Costa 4, Redondo 3
Wayne Larcom had two hits and drove in the go-ahead run in the fourth inning, and Jared Draskovich had two doubles with an RBI and two runs scored for host Mira Costa (17-9-1, 7-4-1). Redondo is 14-12, 6-6.
Santa Monica 7, West Torrance 6
Anthony Arreola had a three-run double in the bottom of the seventh inning to tie the game and scored the winning run on a single by winning pitcher Kyle Johnson (3-3), who also had an RBI single in the fourth for host Santa Monica (9-16-1, 2-9-1). Arreola was three for four, Miles Simcox had a triple, and Cody Decker had a double. Matt Roquemore had two doubles and John Nakamura and Eric Tafoya each had two RBIs for No. 25 West Torrance (19-9, 9-3).
BAY/OCEAN LEAGUE CROSSOVER
Peninsula 11, South Torrance 5
Tyler Waddell hit two home runs and had three RBIs, Brett Mendoza hit a three-run home run, and Andy Beal (9-1) picked up the win for host Peninsula (15-12, 7-6). Marcus Jacobs had a double and a single, Corey Stahl had two doubles and a single, John Tierney had two doubles and a single for the Panthers. Mike Moretti had a triple, a single and two runs scored for South Torrance (17-9-1, 8-4).
El Dorado 10, Brea Olinda 6
Senior Kurt Mertins went two for two with four RBIs to lead El Dorado (16-9, 9-5). Seniors Chauncey Fonner and Scott Riley hit back-to-back home runs in the sixth inning for host Brea Olinda (5-20, 1-13).
Villa Park 7, Anaheim Canyon 6
Villa Park senior catcher Casen Burwell drove in four runs and Mark Trumbo retired the final two Anaheim Canyon batters with the bases loaded to give the Spartans a 7-6 victory Tuesday and the outright Century League title.
Villa Park, ranked No. 2 in the Southland by The Times, had hoped to limit Trumbo's duties against the No. 5 Comanches (18-7, 10-4). Trumbo, a USC-bound right-hander, injured his right ankle two weeks ago and started his second straight game as the designated hitter. But after Canyon sophomore Grant Green cut the lead to one with two-run single in the seventh, Villa Park Coach Scott Luke called on Trumbo to close the game. After walking Lance Aponte on four pitches to load the bases, Trumbo got Jeff Branson to foul out to first and then struck out Mark Imanuel to end the game.
The Spartans (23-2, 13-1) rallied from a 4-2 deficit after two were out in the fifth inning. Kyle Cruikshank singled to left and Mitch Bialosky scored when the throw skipped through the legs of Canyon catcher Chris Morinello. Burwell, who gave Villa Park a 2-0 lead with a two-run double in the second, then blasted a two-run homer to left for a 5-4 lead. Villa Park sophomore shortstop Nathan Bridges added a two-run homer in the sixth to put the Spartans ahead, 7-4.
Matt Morris drove in Canyon's first four runs with a three-run homer in the third and a RBI double in the fifth.
Ontario Christian 5, Arrowhead Christian 0
Phil Belko was four for four, hitting his fifth home run of the season, with an RBI and two runs scored, Adam Johnston had a single and a double, and senior right-hander Chris Liebhart (5-0) struck out eight and allowed six hits for visiting Ontario Christian (17-4, 6-1). Arrowhead Christian is 7-1 in league.
CITRUS BELT LEAGUE
Redlands 3, Fontana 0
Senior right-hander Dan Ulmer (5-1) went two for three with one run scored, one double and one RBI and pitched a one-hitter with nine strikeouts for host Redlands (16-7, 7-6).
COAST VALLEY LEAGUE
North County Christian 21, Cuyama Valley 4 (5 innings)
Derek Trinidade was three for three, including a triple, with four RBIs and three runs scored, and Spencer Greenaway had three hits with two RBIs and four runs scored for host North County Christian (8-9, 6-5).
Campbell Hall 12, Crossroads 2
Andrew Lawson had two two-run doubles and Ryan Jody had a two-run single for visiting Campbell Hall (12-6, 7-0).
Kilpatrick 14, Pacific Hills 4
Visiting Kilpatrick is 10-10, 5-2 in league. Pacific Hills is 11-8, 4-3.
DESERT VALLEY LEAGUE
La Quinta 3, Palm Springs 2 (8 innings)
Senior Barrett Chamberlin (6-1) had the game-winning RBI in the bottom of the eighth inning, scoring senior Tommy Fofchi, to clinch a playoff berth for host La Quinta (18-4, 10-1). Fofchi started the inning with a base hit, then stole second base, and after the next batter was intentionally walked, Chamberlin singled him home.
Palm Desert 16, Desert Hot Springs 2
Matt Lopez went three for five, including two home runs, and had four RBIs, Jordan Lowe went three for four, including a home run, and had five RBIs and five runs scored and Cody Wise went two for three with a home run and two RBIs for visiting Palm Desert (10-15, 9-2). Desert Hot Springs is 3-22, 1-11.
Orange Lutheran 2, Cypress 1
Ryan Shopshire (6-2) picked up the victory, throwing a complete game with seven strikeouts, for the visiting Lancers (17-8, 9-5). Brandon Rohr had an RBI double in the first inning for Orange Lutheran, which will play at Cypress (17-8, 10-4) on Thursday with a share of the league title at stake.
Fairmont Prep 17, Tarbut V'Torah 1 (5 innings)
Dane Sorenson went three for three with four runs scored and three RBIs, Branden Rademacher went three for three including a double, triple and home run and had seven RBIs two runs scored, Neel Bhakta went two for three including a home run, double and had three RBIs for host Fairmont Prep (13-4,12-2). Tarbut V'Torah (4-10, 4-9).
Hart 11, Burbank 4
Tyler Lyon pitched a two-hitter with nine strikeouts in five innings, leaving the game with Hart leading, 10-0, Steve Susdorf went two for three with three runs scored, two RBIs and two doubles, Matt Valaika went three for four with two runs scored and two RBIs and Nate Maddox went two for three with one triple, one run scored and one RBI for host Hart (13-11-1, 8-5-1). Nick Vonsonn went two for four with a double for Burbank (1-21, 0-14).
Valencia 5, Burbank Burroughs 0
Jared Clark (7-1) struck out 11 in a three-hitter for visiting No. 4 Valencia (18-7, 13-1). Burbank Burroughs is 9-14-1, 5-9.
Canyon Country Canyon 9, Saugus 5
Buena Park 10, Fullerton 7
Nathan Lara was two for three, including a double, with three RBIs and two runs scored, and Cory Arbiso was two for three with two RBIs, including the go-ahead run in the bottom of the sixth inning, and three runs scored for host Buena Park (10-11, 4-10). Fullerton is 13-10, 8-6).
Oaks Christian 19, Santa Paula 7
Zak Landrum was four for five, including two home runs, Sean Travis was three for four, including a home run, with three RBIs, Scott Feskins and Greg Cole each homered, and Chris Auten was three for five, including a home run, with four RBIs for visiting Oaks Christian (17-5, 11-0). Mark Salazar had a two-run home run for Santa Paula (11-11, 4-7).
GARDEN GROVE LEAGUE
Garden Grove 5, Rancho Alamitos 4
Senior Dana Schaeffer (9-3) pitched a seven-hitter, allowing one earned run, with five strikeouts and scored the winning run in the top of the seventh off a one-out RBI double by catcher sophomore Mike Geiger for visiting Garden Grove (20-4, 8-3). Rancho Alamitos is 16-9, 6-5.
Garden Grove Santiago 6, Los Amigos 3
Samuel Guereca pitched a complete game with eight strikeouts and went three for four with one RBI to lead Santiago (4-22, 2-9). Los Amigos is 1-23, 0-11.
Westminster La Quinta 8, Bolsa Grande 0
Guillermo Brambila (6-0) and Ryan Zastera combined on a one-hitter with 14 strikeouts for host No. 8 Westminster La Quinta (24-1-1, 11-0), which has won 42 straight league games. Bolsa Grande is 4-7 in league.
Rolling HIlls Prep 16, Shalhevet 2 (5 innings)
Tom Horn went three for four, including two home runs and six RBIs, and Tim Dickins went two for two with a home run for host Rolling Hills Prep (11-5, 5-2).
Granada Hills Hillcrest Christian 24, Pilgrim 0 (5 innings)
Hillcrest Christian is 8-5 in league. Pilgrim is 0-16, 0-14.
Faith Baptist 10, L.A. Lutheran 8
Moreno Valley 10, Riverside North 5 (9 innings)
Dominick Trajano was four for five with three RBIs, Jameal Jempson was four for five, and senior Jeremy Bamsey (6-2) threw two innings in relief to pick up the win for visiting Moreno Valley (13-11, 7-7), which tallied 19 hits. Riverside North is 2-10, 1-13.
Riverside Poly 2, Arlington 1
Buckley 6, Oakwood 0
Jon Lebe pitched a three-hitter with 10 strikeouts, Sterling Proffer hit a solo home run and Riley Scannel had a two-run double for host Buckley (10-8, 6-5).
LOS PADRES LEAGUE
Lompoc Cabrillo 9, Santa Ynez 3
John Jennings's two-run home run tied the game, 3-3, in the sixth and Chris Smith had the go-ahead two-run single for visiting Cabrillo. Jason Hanson (7-1) pitched 2 2/3 innings in relief to earn the victory for Cabrillo (16-9, 7-4). Zack Steele gave Santa Ynez (11-13, 4-7) a 3-1 lead with a two-run home run in the fifth.
La Verne Lutheran 7, California Lutheran 3
Sophomore left-hander Dylan Ceniseroz (5-4) pitched a complete game, giving up eight hits and three earned runs with 16 strikeouts for La Verne Lutheran (9-8, 4-4). California Lutheran is 2-5 in league.
Riverside Christian 7, Desert Chapel 6
Landon Hernandez had a two-run home run and Frank Marshall was two for three, including a double, with two runs scored for visiting Desert Chapel (5-8, 2-5). Riverside Christian is 4-3 in league.
Bonita 11, Charter Oak 4
Matt Tucker went three for four with one RBI and Mark Reed had a bases-loaded triple in the third inning to lift host Bonita (15-9, 9-2), which won the league championship. Charter Oak is 11-10, 8-3.
Hacienda Heights Wilson 12, Los Altos 9
Barrientos hit a home run and had a double for visiting Hacienda Heights Wilson (7-13, 5-6). Adrian Cota was two for five with an RBI, two stolen bases and three runs scored for Los Altos (12-10, 5-6).
Crespi 4, Alemany 2
Senior right-hander Trevor Plouffe (8-1) pitched a no-hitter with 13 strikeouts for host Crespi (22-4, 10-1). Alemany (6-5 in league) scored two unearned runs in the second inning. Plouffe had one walk. Michael Gilmartin snapped a 2-2 tie with a solo home run in the third inning. Nick Santoro had a two-run home in the first inning.
Loyola 6, Chaminade 0
Senior Evan Alexander pitched a three-hitter with 11strikeouts, senior Jim Abbott went four for four with one run scored and senior Terry Walsh went two for three with with two RBIs for host Loyola (3-8 in league). Chaminade is 8-3 in league.
St. Francis 8, Harvard-Westlake 3
Freshman Luke Collis (3-3) threw six innings for the win, senior Andrew Jarrous was two for four, including a triple, with an RBI and a run scored, and junior Andy Marquardt added two hits for host St. Francis (12-11, 4-7). Harvard-Westlake is 11-13-1, 3-8.
MOJAVE RIVER LEAGUE
Apple Valley 12, Serrano 5
Kevin Bunch went two for two with a two-run home run and a double for host Serrano (13-9, 6-5). Apple Valley improves to 7-4 in league.
Long Beach Wilson 4, Long Beach Jordan 1
Senior Ryan Schlack (9-4) struck out six and allowed five hits over seven innings, freshman Ryan Dent went two for three with a run scored and Ryan Kout went one for two with two RBIs for visiting Long Beach Wilson (19-8-1, 8-3), which clinched the a playoff out. Long Beach Jordan is 3-19, 3-8.
MOUNTAIN VIEW LEAGUE
Corona Centennial 10, Norco 5
Senior Mike Hernandez went four for four with four doubles and four runs scored and Steven Valdez (6-3) pitched a complete game and hit a grand slam in the first inning to finish with four RBIs for Centennial (14-10, 6-8). Norco is 19-6, 9-4 in league.
Corona Santiago 14, Jurupa Valley 0
Junior Eric Krzysiak went three for five with four RBIs and junior Taylor King (8-2) pitched a complete-game shutout for visiting No. 21 Corona Santiago (19-5, 11-3), which clinched at least a share of the league title. Jurupa Valley is 8-14-1, 4-10.
Montclair Prep 8, Cerritos Valley Christian 6
Grant Boman had two solo home runs and a run-scoring single for visiting Montclair Prep (14-9, 4-3).
Atascadero 7, Paso Robles 0
Paul Smyth (7-3) threw a four-hitter, Bob Donley was two for four, including a double, with two RBIs, and Tim O'Neill was two for three, including a double, with an RBI for host Atascadero (18-9, 9-6). Paso Robles is 5-10 in league.
Arcadia 11, Muir 0 (6 innings)
Dion Rizzo threw five shutout innings with four strikeouts and Matt Smoley hit a two-run home run in the first inning for visiting Arcadia (17-8, 10-4).
Crescenta Valley 2, Glendale 0
P.J. Rousey (6-2) struck out six and allowed four hits in six innings, and Trevor Bell was two for three with a run scored for host Crescenta Valley (16-8, 12-2).
Hoover 6, Pasadena 1
PACIFIC VIEW LEAGUE
Oxnard 3, Rio Mesa 0
Junior Solis had a leadoff home run in the first inning as visiting Oxnard (19-5, 12-2) clinched its first league title since 1971. Sergio Acuna (8-1) struck out seven while recording his seventh complete game and second shutout. Acuna had a solo home run in the seventh. Rio Mesa is 10-4 in league.
Camarillo 7, Hueneme 2
Webb 3, Flintridge Prep 1
Jamie MacArthur (7-2) pitched a one-hitter with 12 strikeouts to lead Webb (10-6, 6-5), which clinched its first playoff appearance in 12 years. Flintridge Prep falls to 9-12, 5-6.
RIO HONDO LEAGUE
La Canada 4, Monrovia 3
Senior Alex Perez went one for two with a two-run double in the bottom of the seventh inning to lead host La Canada (14-10, 9-5), which clinched second place in the Rio Hondo League and a playoff berth. Monrovia is 9-5 in league.
SAN ANDREAS LEAGUE
Cajon 5, San Gorgonio 1
Keith Pezant (7-0) pitched a six-hitter, Matt Jackson went two for two with two runs scored and two stolen bases and Brian Jarman added two hits for visiting Cajon (17-6, 9-2), which had five players with a double and turned a double play in each of the first three innings. San Gorgonio is 17-10, 5-6.
SAN ANTONIO LEAGUE
South Hills 13, West Covina 3
Brandon Newton had two doubles, a triple and five RBIs, Frank Corpus had four hits and four RBIs and Steven Nuckolls had seven strikeouts over 3 1/3 innings for his first save to lead visiting South Hills (18-5, 9-2), which clinched the league title for the second straight season.
Walnut 9, Rowland 4
Matt Cole pitched five innings to earn the victory and Tyler Waite went one for two with two walks and three stolen bases and Brandon Mickleson hit a double to lead Walnut. Juan Garcia hit a triple for Rowland.
SAN GABRIEL VALLEY LEAGUE
Gahr 4, Downey 2 (11 innings)
Freshman Lemuel Johnson hit a one-out triple and scored on a sacrifice fly by senior Randle Schwecke and freshman Joe Park hit a two-out single, stole second base and then scored on a double by junior Eddie Murray in the top of the eleventh inning to lift visiting Gahr (19-6-1, 10-2-1).
SANTA FE LEAGUE
La Salle 6, Murphy 5 (8 innings)
Andrew Saldana had a sacrifice fly to score Ray Torres for the go-ahead run in the top of the eighth inning and Alec Edwards (2-0) had seven strikeouts over 3 2/3 innings to lead visiting La Salle (17-6, 8-0) over Murphy (3-11, 2-5).
SEA VIEW LEAGUE
Foothill 6, Irvine 1
Cole St. Clair (11-0) pitched a three-hitter, striking out nine, and Trevor Tibbetts went three for four with one RBI, one runs scored and one stolen base to lead visiting No. 10 Foothill (21-4, 11-3). Irvine is 6-20, 3-11.
Woodbridge 6, Newport Harbor 0
Mike Anderson (3-1) pitched a three-hitter with nine strikeouts and went two for three with two RBIs for host Woodbridge (12-12-1, 8-6). Newport Harbor is 7-7 in league.
Chino 18, Diamond Bar 8
Vince Vadney went three for three with four runs scored, two RBIs and two triples and Justin Jacobs had two hits, including a bases-loaded double to finish with four RBIs to lead Chino (16-9, 8-6). Crispin Tarango went two for four and Brett Siegmund went two for three with one RBI for host Diamond Bar (8-6 in league).
Damien 13, Ayala 10
Senior right-hander Andrew Liebel (4-2) pitched a two-hitter with six strikeouts in four innings of relief and senior Kris Casteneda went two for four, hitting the first home runs of his career with one solo home run in the fifth inning and a three-run home run in the sixth inning to lift visiting Damien (15-8, 9-5), which was down, 10-5, going into the sixth inning. Chris Wilson went four for five with a solo home run and a double, Anthony Cusinano hit a solo home run in the first inning and Anthony Delgado hit a two-run home run to complete the scoring in the top of the seventh inning for Damien. Ayala is 7-7 in league.
Glendora 14, Chino Hills 8
Seniors A.J. Gasperino and Kevin Hansen each hit a grand slam during an 11-run fifth inning to erase a 6-3 deficit and lead host Glendora (16-7, 8-6) to the victory. Hansen finished three for five with two doubles, five RBIs and two runs scored. Chino Hills is 8-17, 2-12.
SOUTH COAST LEAGUE
Mission Viejo 10, Trabuco Hills 7
Michael Miller went two for three, including a home run, with three runs scored and two RBIs to lead visiting Mission Viejo (17-8, 10-4), ranked No. 14 by The Times. Trabuco Hills is 12-13, 4-10.
SOUTH COAST LEAGUE
Capistrano Valley 12, El Toro 1
Corey Barthel went two for three with a two-run home run and four RBIs and Kevin Stedman (8-1) struck out seven for No. 7 Capistrano Valley (19-5-1, 11-3), which clinched at least a share of the league title with the victory. El Toro is 3-11 in league.
San Clemente 8, Dana Hills 7
Jeff Parnes went three for four with two RBIs and Keegan Cardin went two for two with a run scored and an RBI to lead host No. 17 San Clemente (17-8, 9-5) over Dana Hills (10-15, 5-9).
La Mirada 2, Cerritos 1
Sean Moreno (6-1) pitched a four-hitter with four strikeouts and Matt Fantz went three for three with a home run for host La Mirada (20-8, 11-1). Cerritos is 3-8 in league.
Mayfair 2, Bellflower 1
Junior right-hander Scott Watson (5-0) struck out nine in a two-hitter with no earned runs, and Eddie Colwell drove in Justin Hamel in the fifth inning for the go-ahead run to lead host Mayfair (16-10, 7-4), wich clinched a playoff spot. Bellflower is 11-11, 5-6.
King 16, Rubidoux 10
Senior outfielder Stephen Tomsen went three for four with a three-run home run in the first inning and three runs scored to lift host King (20-4, 13-1). Rubidoux is 14-11, 9-5.
Esperanza 7, Fountain Valley 2
Joe Dickerson went four for four with an RBI and Sean Rooney had a three-run double to lead host Esperanza (14-11, 9-5) over Fountain Valley (4-10).
Los Alamitos 7, Marina 6
Chase D'Arnaud went two for two, including a home run, and had three RBIs and Brandon Rocha went two for three, including a home run, a double, and had three RBIs and Jason Schnitzer (4-5) had eight strikeouts over 6 1/3 innings to lead host Los Alamitos (12-13, 5-9) over Marina (8-6 league).
VALLE VISTA LEAGUE
Northview 11, San Dimas 10
Senior Jason DeLoach went two for four and had the game-winning RBI in the bottom of the seventh to lift host Northview (16-6, 11-3). San Dimas is 11-2 in league.
Vasquez 3, Lucerne Valley 0
China McCarney (8-1) had 12 strikeouts and Travis Reed had a run-scoring double for visiting Vasquez (19-3).
Whittier Christian 4, L.A. Baptist 1 (8 innings)
James Goldsmith had a two-run single to snap a 1-1 tie in the eighth inning for visiting Whittier Christian (12-9). JHeremy McGee and Chad Pace each added an RBI single for Whittier Christian.
Monday, May 10
CAMINO REAL LEAGUE
St. Monica 7, Cathedral 6
Manny Urresti (4-6) gave up four hits and two earned runs in six innings for the win and added two hits and a stolen base to lead St. Monica (11-11, 8-3) over visiting Cathedral (3-8 in league). Eight different players had at least one hit for St. Monica.
DESERT SKY LEAGUE
Ridgecrest Burroughs 2, Granite Hills 1
Silverado 5, Barstow 2
Saddleback Valley Christian 13, Southlands Christian 2
GOLDEN WEST LEAGUE
Orange 12, Estancia 0
Tony Welsh (5-3) pitched a two-hitter with five strikeouts and had two hits, two steals and two RBIs for visiting Orange (10-11, 7-4). Estancia is 3-19, 0-12.
Westminster 11, Costa Mesa 0
Blake Torgerson pitched a four-hitter and struck out six and Jason Bueker had two RBIs and a triple for Westminster (16-8-1, 9-2). Costa Mesa is 6-5 in league.
Santa Ana 11, Saddleback 3
Granada Hills Hillcrest Christian 14, Pilgrim 3
Jake Tardif hit a home run to lead the Eagles (9-9, 8-5) to their sixth straight win.
Santa Clarita Christian 11, Milken 1 (5 innings)
Stephen Mercier went three for four with three runs scored and one RBI and Mick Dashnaw went two for four with three runs scored and one RBI for visiting Santa Clarita Christian (11-6, 10-4). Milken is 5-8 in league.
Highland Hall 16, Southwestern Academy 6
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE
Corona Del Mar 7, Northwood 4
Nik Palchikoff had a bases-loaded, two-out double in the fifth to drive in three runs and scored on an error to give Corona Del Mar (19-5, 14-0) a 7-4 lead. Northwood is 17-9, 8-6.
Tesoro 14, Laguna Beach 3
Bryan Evans went four for five with a grand slam and Nik Nelson went three for four with two home runs for Tesoro (15-10, 10-4). Laguna Beach is 3-11 in league.
SANTA FE LEAGUE
La Salle 10, Salesian 7
Chris Knowles was three for four, including a triple and a double, with two runs scored and right-hander Matt Jones (5-3) was four for five and earned the win for visiting La Salle (16-6, 7-0). The win was La Salle's 30th consecutive league victory. Salesian is 6-14, 3-5.
Mater Dei 8, St. John Bosco 4
Jason Schaniel broke up a 4-4 tie in the fourth inning with a two run double to give No. 13 Mater Dei (17-9, 7-4) a 6-4 lead. Danny Espinosa went two for four with two RBIs and Ryan Eccles picked up his seventh win of the season for the Monarchs, who clinched a playoff spot. St. John Bosco is 1-10 in league.
Santa Margarita 3, Bishop Amat 2
Santa Margarita (16-9, 8-3) clinched at least a share of the title and the league's No. 1 playoff berth with the victory at home. Matt Cusick had one of six hits for Santa Margarita and drew a two-out bases-loaded walk in the fourth to give the No. 9 Eagles a 3-2 lead. Bishop Amat third-baseman Steve Martlaro was three for three, including a solo home run in the third that tied the score, 2-2. The Lancers fall to 15-8, 6-5.
Perris 9, West Valley 4
VALLE VISTA LEAGUE
Baldwin Park 11, Ganesha 0
Redlands Adventist 6, Bermuda Dunes Desert Christian 4
Garden Grove Pacifica 5, Ocean View 3