Baseball: Daniel Caruso throws no-hitter to lift Loyola in Mission League opener

Eric Sondheimer
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Daniel Caruso of Loyola saved his best pitching performance of the early baseball season for the opening of Mission League play on Tuesday.

The Baylor-bound senior struck out 12, walked one and threw a no-hitter in Loyola's 3-0 victory over Alemany. Joe Fortin had a two-run double. Nik Trapani added an RBI double.

Chaminade 7, Harvard-Westlake 3: Washington-bound Tommy Costello came through with a complete game to lift the Eagles to an important opening win in the Mission League.

Crespi 7, St. Francis 4: Danny Silva had three hits for Crespi. Chris Dehn added three RBIs.

Gahr 9, Corona 2: Chris Corral pitched Gahr to its fifth consecutive victory. Jesus Salazar  and Michael Perez each had two hits. Perez hit a home run.

Mission Viejo 3-11, Edison 0-5: Tanner Bibee threw a three-hitter, striking out six and walking none, in a complete game in the first game.

Upland 2, Damien 0: Adrian Mardueno threw a complete game to outduel Nick Lodolo, who struck out 12 for Damien.

North 9, Valley View 1: Shane Martinez had two hits and four RBIs to lead North.

Chatsworth 5, Montebello 0: Josh Garcia hit a two-run home run and Ryan Roche threw a complete-game shutout for the Chancellors.

Orange Lutheran 6, Capistrano Valley 0: Four pitchers combined for the shutout in game one. Aaron Kim had a home run, double and three RBIs.

St. Paul 6, Cathedral 3: St. Paul got the win in a league opener.

Bishop Montgomery 2, South Torrance 1: The Knights got the Del Rey League win.

La Salle 4, Gardena Serra 3: Two hits each for Ethan Patrick and Sammy Martinez. Ryan Garcia got the save.

Great Oak 11, Sage Creek 0: Chris Begg had three hits and three RBIs.

Glendora 4, Redlands East Valley 3: Jacob Nemeth had a game-winning double to rally Glendora. Jake Bryant had two RBIs and Emiliano Gonzalez finished with two hits.

Quartz Hill 11, Rosamond 1: Ethan Avant contributed four hits and five RBIs.

Walnut 6, Charter Oak 0: Christian Longorio threw the shutout.

Narbonne 5, El Camino Real 4: The Gauchos upset the defending City Section champions. Isaiah Flowers had two hits and Jimmy Perez contributed two RBIs. Junior Bladimir Becelinof threw a complete game.

San Fernando 3, Sylmar 2: Steven Villagran improved to 3-0 with a two-hitter. Kevin Gallo had two hits.

Culver City 14, North Torrance 1: Max Sterner threw five innings for the victory.

Birmingham 3, Burbank 2: Birmingham rallied for three runs in the bottom of the seventh. Jorge Navarrette had a two-run walk-off single.

South Hills 8, Covina 0: Aaron Fong had three hits and four RBIs.

St. John Bosco 3-5, Crescenta Valley 0-1: The Braves got the doubleheader sweep.

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