Freshman Brice Turang of Corona Santiago is on his way to becoming the biggest name athlete for the Sharks since . . .Alabama quarterback Blake Barnett.
He had a double, triple and home run in his second high school game on Tuesday in Santiago's 14-6 win over Palmdale. Jesse Rivera added three hits, including a home run.
Turang came off a summer in which he batted .553 for the USA 15U national team. And so far, he's living up to expectations.
Sherman Oaks Notre Dame 6, San Fernando 3: Tristan Klier and Colin Brophy each had two hits and Hunter Greene closed with a scoreless seventh for the Knights (2-0). Kai Gomez had two doubles for San Fernando.
Agoura 4, Quartz Hill 2: Bryce Fehmel threw three shutout innings of relief, striking out five, to lead the Chargers (2-0). Jonas Wyatt struck out nine in five innings for Quartz Hill.
Burroughs 5, Rio Mesa 0: Thomas Wilson threw a two-hitter for six innings. Anthony Bocanegra had two hits and two RBI.
Simi Valley 2, Taft 1: Shea Barry struck out eight in six innings for the Pioneers (2-0). Lorenzo Perez went two for two.
Sierra Canyon 17, St. Bernard 3: Wesley Wright had three hits and Brock Bell and Jake Fried added two apiece.
Cleveland 20, Highland 0: Alex Zepeda threw a one-hitter for five innings and Ben Kaser went three for three.
Campbell Hall 10, Garfield 8: Lincoln Pantell went three for fur and Charles Goldring added three hits and two RBi.
Lancaster 8, Oaks Christian 1: Gabe Curtier limited the Lions to one run in six innings.
Santa Barbara 11, Lompoc 0: Bryce Morison and Joe Arroyo each had two hits. Trevor Moropoulos threw five shutout innings.
Buena 11, Palisades 0: Buena evened its record at 1-1.
Royal 6, Santa Monica 1: Matt Sciumbato had a double and single for the Highlanders. Andrew Nardi threw five innings.
Warren 13, Rancho Cucamonga 0: Steven Nuno went three for five and Bryan Duenas added two hits and two RBI. Warren is 3-0.
Cathedral 3, St. Monica 0: Emilio Artica threw the shutout for the Phantoms.