Ventura 4, L.A. University 0
Sophomore Nick Patterson (1-0) threw a two-hitter, striking out four, for visiting Ventura (2-0).
Beverly Hills 6, Brentwood 2
Alhambra 8-0, Paraclete 3-5
In the first game, pitcher Jeremy Devore struck out six batters and had a double with two RBIs for host Alhambra (2-1).
Bloomington 4-17, Arroyo Valley 0-2
In the first game, senior Joel Barragan pitched a no-hitter for host Bloomington, which is 2-1 after the doubleheader.
Cajon 10-15, Montclair 8-8
James Scott, on the day, went five for seven with two home runs and a double Brett Blumenthal went six for 10 with six RBIs, two home runs and a double on the day for visiting Cajon (2-0). Scott also picked up the win in the first game, striking out 13. Montclair is 0-2.
Chino 2-5, Hesperia 0-4
Jon Bravo threw a no-hitter with 13 strikeouts and one walk for Chino (3-0) in the first game of a doubleheader sweep. Vince Vadney singled in Steve Oviedo in the bottom of the seventh inning two win the second game.
Chino Hills 6-0, Los Osos 0-5
Brandon Cunniff and Brent King combined on a two-hit shutout for Los Osos (2-1) in the second game of the doubleheader. Michael Anderson had three hits and scored a run for Los Osos in the victory. In the first game, sophomore Chris Parnelee had a shut out with six strike outs for Chino Hills (2-1).
Corona Santiago 12-5, Alta Loma 8-4 (2nd game, 8 innings)
In the first game of the doubleheader, winning pitcher Jacob Medina hit a two-out single in the bottom of the eighth to drive in the winning run for host Corona Santiago (2-1). Alta Loma is 1-2. Ian Hollick and Dan Contreras each hit a three-run homerun to overcome a 8-0 deficit for host Corona Santiago in the second game.
La Salle 4-5, Cathedral 3-3
Dan Sulzinger went two for two with two RBIs and two stolen bases in the first game of the doubleheader for La Salle (2-0). Matt Merril went three for four with two RBIs in the second game for Cathedral (0-2).
Oxford Academy 17-14, Avalon 5-0
In the first game, returing all-CIF first team player senior Ryan Bedard had two homeruns and two stolen bases and senior Robert Thompson went five for six with four stolen bases to lift visiting Oxford Academy (1-0). In the second game, junior Christian Florido pitched a no-hitter with seven strikeouts in four innings for visiting Oxford Academy (2-0).
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