Andrew Ortega had a triple, a double, a single and three RBIs, Brandon Orona was two for three, including a home run, with three RBIs and Nick Garza (4-2-1) struck out eight for host Cantwell Sacred Heart (18-6-1, 8-2). St. Monica is 10-8, 3-3.
Gardena Serra 6, Cathedral 2 (14 innings)
Mike Baker (4-2) scored the winning run on a single by David Leyva in the top of the 14th inning and allowed five hits with eight strikeouts in 12 innings for Serra (11-11, 6-2). Devontea Odoms, Bryan Rogers and Hector Campos also scored on singles in the 14th inning for the Cavaliers, who took a 2-1 lead in the top of the 10th inning on Baker's bases-loaded walk.
Anaheim Canyon 20, Tustin 2
Ryan Thompson went three for four with two RBIs to lead visiting No. 8 Anaheim Canyon (16-6, 8-3) past Tustin (7-14, 4-7).
El Dorado 4, El Modena 3
Freshman Matt Flaig had a bases-clearing double in the fourth inning and senior Eric McCory (3-2) pitched four innings of releif, giving up no earned runs, for visiting El Dorado (13-9, 6-5). El Modena is 10-12, 4-7.
Santa Barbara 11, Buena 1
Junior Chance McCullough had a double, a triple and two RBIs in a 10-run second inning, senior Cord Phelps had a two-run double in the second inning and freshman Michael Manning (6-1) pitched a four-hitter with five strikeouts and two walks for host No. 24 Santa Barbara (17-3, 6-2). No. 22 Buena is 19-4, 8-2.
COAST VALLEY LEAGUE
Cuyama Valley 30, Shandon 30
Carlos Vasquez had a double, two home runs and nine runs batted in for Cuyama Valley in a 30-30 tie Friday as the teams combined to set a state record for the most runs scored in a single game during the Coast Valley League contest at Shandon that was called after seven innings because of darkness.
The 60-run total surpasses the previous standard of 55 runs, scored in Van Nuys Montclair Prep's 54-1 victory over Los Angeles Pilgrim in 1998.
Cuyama Valley trailed, 15-5, after the first inning, but Vasquez's efforts and a grand slam by Eddie Venegas helped the Bears (3-10-1, 2-6-1) rebound to take a 30-24 lead going into the bottom of the seventh inning.
Shandon (0-11-1, 0-7-1) tried to score the winning run on a wild pitch, but the baserunner was thrown out at home plate to end the game.
Cuyama Valley gave up 29 bases on balls.
"Their mound up there is like quicksand," Cuyama Valley assistant coach David Wilson said. "It's a tough place to pitch, and the umpire's strike zone was pencil-thin. You knew early it was going to be an offensive game."