Senior Evan Alexander pitched a three-hitter with 11strikeouts, senior Jim Abbott went four for four with one run scored and senior Terry Walsh went two for three with with two RBIs for host Loyola (3-8 in league). Chaminade is 8-3 in league.
St. Francis 8, Harvard-Westlake 3
Freshman Luke Collis (3-3) threw six innings for the win, senior Andrew Jarrous was two for four, including a triple, with an RBI and a run scored, and junior Andy Marquardt added two hits for host St. Francis (12-11, 4-7). Harvard-Westlake is 11-13-1, 3-8.
MOJAVE RIVER LEAGUE
Apple Valley 12, Serrano 5
Kevin Bunch went two for two with a two-run home run and a double for host Serrano (13-9, 6-5). Apple Valley improves to 7-4 in league.
Long Beach Wilson 4, Long Beach Jordan 1
Senior Ryan Schlack (9-4) struck out six and allowed five hits over seven innings, freshman Ryan Dent went two for three with a run scored and Ryan Kout went one for two with two RBIs for visiting Long Beach Wilson (19-8-1, 8-3), which clinched the a playoff out. Long Beach Jordan is 3-19, 3-8.
MOUNTAIN VIEW LEAGUE
Corona Centennial 10, Norco 5
Senior Mike Hernandez went four for four with four doubles and four runs scored and Steven Valdez (6-3) pitched a complete game and hit a grand slam in the first inning to finish with four RBIs for Centennial (14-10, 6-8). Norco is 19-6, 9-4 in league.
Corona Santiago 14, Jurupa Valley 0
Junior Eric Krzysiak went three for five with four RBIs and junior Taylor King (8-2) pitched a complete-game shutout for visiting No. 21 Corona Santiago (19-5, 11-3), which clinched at least a share of the league title. Jurupa Valley is 8-14-1, 4-10.
Montclair Prep 8, Cerritos Valley Christian 6
Grant Boman had two solo home runs and a run-scoring single for visiting Montclair Prep (14-9, 4-3).
Atascadero 7, Paso Robles 0
Paul Smyth (7-3) threw a four-hitter, Bob Donley was two for four, including a double, with two RBIs, and Tim O'Neill was two for three, including a double, with an RBI for host Atascadero (18-9, 9-6). Paso Robles is 5-10 in league.
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