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Baseball: Huntington Beach is 6-0 after after sweeping JSerra

Eric Sondheimer
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When it comes to schedule and impressive starts, Huntington Beach has demonstrated that it might be the No. 1 team in Southern California baseball.

The Oilers (6-0) knocked off their second Trinity League team of the season, beating JSerra, 6-4 and 4-3, in a doubleheader sweep on Saturday. Last week, they beat Orange Lutheran.

Josh Hahn hit a home run and finished with three RBI in the first game. Justin Brodt also homered. The Oilers used five pitchers. Nick Pratto threw two shutout innings of relief, striking out three. Christian Rodrigues had two hits and two RBI for JSerra.

In the second game, Hagen Danner had two hits and two RBI. Hahn picked up the win in relief.

Cathdral (6-0) won the Dave Moore tournament title with a 13-3 win over Pasadena. Johnny Virgen threw a complete game, striking out eight with zero walks. Omar Veloz had three hits and Gabe Gonzalez was four for four.

San Clemente defeated Cypress, 9-2. Zach Skov had four RBI.

El Toro hung on for a 4-3 win over Woodbridge. Nathan Church came on in the seventh inning and escaped a bases loaded situation to gain the save.

Newbury Park defeated Oxnard, 15-5. Jake Miller and Shay Whitcomb each contributed three RBI.

Danny Zimmerman hit two home runs and finished with six RBI in Redondo's 12-6 win over Peninsula.

Temecula Valley defeated Yucaipa, 8-4, in eight innings. Gabe Alvarez went two for two.

Corona Santiago defeated Long Beach Millikan, 10-1. Ryan Williams went four for five with four RBI.

Christian Muro went three for three but St. Francis was beaten by West Covina, 7-6.

Glendora defeated Chino, 9-2. Christian Heflin hit a two-run home run.

Crescenta Valley defeated Chino Hills, 7-3. Kevin Ledesma, Anthony Russo and Will Grimm each had two hits.

Cole Roederer, Josh Cerpa and Danny Cervantes each had two hits in Hart's 8-1 win over Bakersfield Frontier.

Great Oak knocked off Sage Creek, 4-2. Trent Topping (3-0) struck out five in six innings. Worth Planer and Alex Stufft each had two hits.

Aliso Niguel scored five runs in the bottom of the seventh to defeat La Mirada, 5-4. Michael Davinni had the walk-off two-run single.

Valencia defeated Agoura, 13-10. Ben Fariss had two doubles, a single and three RBI. Cody Minnis and Tyler Erne added three hits each. Jonny DeLuca hit a home run for Agoura. Valencia also beat the Chargers, 8-5.

Santa Margarita defeated Downey, 9-5. Chandler Champlain threw four shutout innings for Santa Margarita.

Greg Conklin went four for four in Cleveland's 16-4 win over Crespi. Ben Schecter had five RBI.

Norco handed Ayala its first defeat, 2-0. Five pitchers combined on the shutout.

It took nine innings before Bishop Amat defeated El Dorado, 3-2. Ben Hurst had three hits and two RBI.

Vista Murrieta defeated Servite, 5-4. Mathew Doan went four for four to lead Servite. Jake Moberg struck out six in four innings for Vista Murrieta.

Ben Martz had home runs in each game of Thousand Oaks' 3-2 and 11-2 wins over Saugus, giving him home runs in four consecutive games  he's headed to Cal State Northridge.

Sierra Canyon defeated Poly, 7-6. Joey Rodriguez picked up the win.

South Hills (5-0) won the Bonita tournament championship with a 13-3 win over Charter Oak. Brandon Dieter and Karlos Morales were co-MVPs.

Los Alamitos defeated Edison, 11-8, to win the Loara tournament.

Jacob Sharp had the RBI in California's 1-0 win over Mira Costa.

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