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Baseball: No. 1 JSerra wins tournament title over Tesoro, 8-1

Eric Sondheimer
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Sidearmer Collin Quinn continues to be tough to hit for No. 1-ranked JSerra.

He threw four shutout innings, allowing one hit, to help the Lions defeat Tesoro, 8-1, on Saturday morning in the championship game of the Newport Elks tournament. JSerra (5-0) received two hits and three RBIs from Davis Wendzel, two hits from Royce Lewis and two RBIs from Chase Strumpf.

Next up for JSerra is a doubleheader on Monday against Huntington Beach.

El Toro 3, Aliso Niguel 1: Nathan Church finished with two hits and two RBIs in the eight-inning Loara tournament championship win. Sam Glick allowed one hit in five innings.

Chatsworth 4, Chaminade 2: Trailing, 2-0, Chatsworth rallied for four runs in the seventh to win at USC. Josh Medina had a two-run double and Max Mehlbaum added another two-run double. Tommy Costello threw three shutout innings for Chaminade, which was playing its first game in preparation for starting Mission League next week in a three-game series against Harvard-Westlake. Josh Garcia threw a complete game for the Chancellors.

Bonita 1, Etiwanda 0: AJ Woodall threw a one-hitter to lift Bonita to the tournament championship. Omar Larranaga allowed only three hits with seven strikeouts for Etiwanda.

Cypress 8, Lakewood 0: James Acuna struck out seven in five shutout innings. Aaron Lizarraga had two hits and two RBIs.

Gahr 7, Foothill 2: Jeremy Sifuentes had three hits for Gahr (4-1). Jesus Salazar and Vic Salazar added two hits apiece.

Mira Costa 4, Bellflower 1: Reese Alexiades and Ty Conrad were MVPs in helping Mira Costa win its division of the El Segundo tournament.

Redondo 6, Royal 0: The Sea Hawks won their division of the El Segundo tournament behind pitcher Jason Dicochea, who threw five shutout innings. Sean Reynolds went three for four with a home run and double. Danny Zimmerman added two hits. Redondo is 5-0.

Saugus 2-8, Thousand Oaks 0-7: The Centurions got a sweep. Brandyn Cruz and Caden Salkeld combined for a three-hit shutout in game one. Freshman Tony Jacob had a walk-off single in the bottom of the seventh in the second game.

Hart 3-1, Corona Santiago 1-6: Cody Turner allowed one run in four innings and Cody Jefferis and Jake Lewis added two hits apiece in the first game for the Indians. Brendan Henry threw three innings of shutout relief. In the second game, Brice Turang had two hits and Ryon Knowles had two RBIs for Santiago.

Great Oak 4, Scripps Ranch 0: Brandon Stewart and Alex Stufft had two hits apiece and Austin Burke threw five shutout innings for Great Oak.

Valencia 3-12, Agoura 2-3: A.J. Medina finished with three hits and Scott Ogrin added two hits and two three RBIs to lead Valencia in the first game of a sweep. Ben Farris threw six shutout innings. In the second game, Farris went four for four and Ogrin added three hits.

Santa Margarita 8, Anaheim Canyon 3: Joey Myers and Derek Park had two hits apiece for Santa Margarita.

La Salle 3, South Hills 2: Sophomore Zane Lindeman threw a complete game and Ryan Garcia and Ethan Patrick had two hits apiece for La Salle.

Woodbridge 6, Bishop Amat 3: Aharon Modlin with four for four to lead Woodbridge.

Culver City 9, Garfield 0: Nolan Martinez struck out 10 in four shutout innings.

San Clemente 6, Servite 0: Andre Pallante threw six shutout innings.

El Dorado 3, Edison 1: The Hawks picked up the win.

Vista Murrieta 3, Villa Park 2: Brandon Luna and Harrison Clyde had two hits apiece. Jack Moberg struck out three in four innings.

Santa Barbara 8-6, San Luis Obispo 5-6: John Jensen was three for three in the first game for Santa Barbara. Jensen got his fourth hit of the day in the second game.

Corona 13, King 2: Corona opened Big VIII League play with impressive win.

Upland 11-2, Glendora 7-4: Upland scored eight runs in the sixth inning to win the first game. Jake Gaudet tossed a complete game with seven strikeouts in the second game.

Crescenta Valley 4, Rancho Cucamonga 0: Jamie Blank allowed two hits in five innings. Max Meyer had two RBIs.

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