Baseball: Freshman Brice Turang gets double, triple and home run for Santiago

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.