Avalon 6, Yeshiva 3
Adam Nelson had a double and two singles with one RBI and Eric Gonzalez had two hits and two RBIs for Avalon (10-8, 8-3) at Yeshiva.
Calabasas 14, Westlake 4
Daniel Hirsch had three hits and one RBI and Carter Whitman (2-4) allowed five hits and struck out five in six innings for host Calabasas (12-11-1, 7-7), which won its last seven games to finish fourth in league. It was the final game for Calabasas Coach Rick Nathanson, who compiled a 217-105-5 in 13 seasons. Nathanson will be replaced by former major leaguer Bret Saberhagen, the Coyotes pitching coach for the last three seasons.
Moorpark 4, Agoura 1
Jason Breckley (5-3) threw a three-hitter with 12 strikeouts and Nick Dingman and Ryne Intlekofer each went one for three with a double and an RBI to lead host No. 16 Moorpark (18-9, 10-4), which clinched at least a share of the Marmonte League title with the win over Agoura.
Simi Valley 7, Newbury Park 0
Mario Colletto went three for four with a run scored and an RBI, Steve Schultz had an RBI triple in the top of the fourth inning and Laydell Shelton went two for four with a double and an RBI to lead visiting Simi Valley (21-7, 9-5). Mike Roe (8-2) threw a four-hitter with eight strikeouts for the Pioneers. Newbury Park drops to 11-16, 4-10.
Thousand Oaks 4, Royal 3
Brian Bird (8-2) threw a seven-hitter, allowed one earned run and struck out seven, including the last batter with the bases loaded, and Ian Brown had a triple and an RBI for visiting No. 19 Thousand Oaks (16-9, 10-4). Clanton Edwards (7-2) threw a five-hitter with eight strikeouts and went two for three with a run scored for Royal (13-13, 6-8).
MISSION VALLEY LEAGUE
Rosemead 8, El Monte 0
Henry Barrera (6-2) threw a three-hitter with 11 strikeouts, giving 103 on the season, and Jorge Campos went three for four with a double and two RBIs to lead visiting Rosemead (10-11-2, 8-5-1), which clinched a postseason berth for the fourth consecutive year. El Monte is 9-10-1, 7-6-1.
MOUNTAIN VIEW LEAGUE
Corona Santiago 12, Jurupa Valley 6
Dan Contreras went three for four, including a bases-loaded triple in the sixth inning, and had seven RBIs for host No. 21 Santiago (20-5, 12-3), which clinched its second consecutive league crown. Jurupa Valley is 9-16-1, 4-11.
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE
Corona Del Mar 5, Northwood 4