Baseball: Chatsworth relies on power of Josh Garcia, Tommy Palomera

Eric Sondheimer
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Pitchers Josh Garcia and Tommy Palomera of Chatsworth High also can hit. They had home runs on Saturday to support the pitching of Ryan Roche in an 11-0 win over Oak Hills in the St. Paul tournament.

Max Mehlbaum added three RBIs.

La Mirada 7, Alhambra 0: Dante Mancia threw a four-hit shutout.

Hart 19, South Torrance 3: Matt Elser and Robert Reeves had two doubles apiece.

Crescenta Valley 5-2, Chula Vista Mater Dei 0-1: Max Meyer threw a two-hit shutout in the first game for the Falcons. He had a no-hitter for six innings.

Capistrano Valley 7, King 5: Connor Martin and Austin Moreira had two hits apiece.

Aliso Niguel 4, Torrance 3: Aliso Niguel got the winning run on a throwing error.

Valencia 5, Buena 0: Damien Balboa threw six shutout innings.

Bonita 13, Pacific Grove 0: Nick Johnson threw a no-hitter in his first start of the season. Bonita (10-1) also defeated St. John Bosco, 4-1, behind Jordan Dreschler, who threw a six-hitter.

Dana Hills 4, Murrieta Valley 0: Brad Gartlan threw a one-hitter.

Woodbridge 4, Brea 2: Woodbridge opened tournament action with a victory.

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