Laguna Hills 4, Irvine 0
Travis Easton of Laguna Hills (7-12, 1-7) pitched a three-hitter and had two hits and two runs scored. Irvine is 4-12, 2-6.
Woodbridge 6, Aliso Niguel 4
Mike Anderson pitched 5 2/3 innings, struck out seven and allowed three earned runs for Woodbridge (9-9-1, 5-3). Aliso Niguel is 6-2 in league.
Mater Dei 12, Bishop Amat 4
Keith Castillo had a three-run double in the third inning and Mike Torres had a solo home run for No. 10 Mater Dei (14-6, 5-2). Vince Vasquez and John Michael-Hattabaugh each hit a two-run home run for Bishop Amat (12-6, 4-3).
Servite 4, Santa Margarita 0
Brad Meyers (6-1) pitched an eight-hitter with four strikeouts and Rob Irwin hit the game-winning RBI in the top of the seventh inning for Servite (14-6, 3-4) at Santa Margarita (11-8, 3-2). Tim May had a double, Doug Reinhardt and Brien Flanagan were each two for three, and Matt Cusick was two for four for Santa Margarita.
Chino 8, Damien 7 (10 innings)
Justin Jacobs scored on an error to win the game for host Chino (10-8, 3-5). Jacobs was two for five, including an RBI triple, ans scored three runs. Damien is 5-3 in league.
Chino Hills 6, Diamond Bar 4
Chris Parmalee (4-3) struck out seven and allowed nine hits and four runs in six innings and was two for three with three RBIs and two runs scored for visiting Chino Hills (2-6 in league). Keith Gonzalez was two for two and Robert Pachuca earned his first save for the Huskies. Brandon Malatacca was four for five with one RBI for host Diamond Bar (12-7, 4-4).
Glendora 13, Ayala 2
Sean Meredith went four for four with two runs scored and one RBI and Wes Roemer (4-0) allowed three hits and no earned runs in five innings for Glendora (12-4, 5-3). Ayala is 11-6-1, 5-3 in league.
SOUTH COAST LEAGUE
Capistrano Valley 4, Trabuco Hills 3
Kevin Stedman went two for three and pitched a eight-hitter, striking out three, for No. 17 Capistrano Valley (13-5-1, 5-3). Trabuco Hills is 8-9, 2-6.
El Toro 2, Dana Hills 0
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