In other games:
Kennedy 11, Cleveland 1--Senior shortstop Gino Tagliaferri hit two home runs, including a grand slam in the fourth inning, and had five runs batted in to lead host Kennedy in a North Valley League game.
Senior right-hander Mitch Cizek threw a three-hitter, struck out six and walked six. He allowed two infield singles and a home run by center fielder Pat Bryant of Cleveland (2-2-1).
Garret Anderson was two for four, James Campbell was three for three and Mike Murray had a two-run triple for Kennedy (8-2, 4-1), which remained in first place.
San Fernando 2, Granada Hills 0--Right-hander Frank Serna, who walked 11 in his last start, threw a three-hit shutout and walked none in a North Valley League game at San Fernando on Tuesday.
Bobby Corrales was three for four and raised his average to .588 for San Fernando (6-1-1, 3-1-1). Bill Biers was two for three for Granada Hills (0-5).
Sylmar 6, North Hollywood 2--Senior right-hander Nino Romo (1-2) pitched a five-hitter and allowed no earned runs in an East Valley League game at Sylmar.
Romo walked two and struck out none. Eric Hinojosa, Joe Contreraz and Bruce Gomez each were two for three for Sylmar (3-2). North Hollywood is 0-5.
Canoga Park 10, El Camino Real 6--Jason Mitchell allowed one earned run, struck out six and walked two in a West Valley League game at Lanark Park.
Mike Moses had a three-run triple to key a five-run rally in the third inning for Canoga Park (1-4). Terry Smith was two for two with three RBIs.
Saugus 12, Antelope Valley 10--Senior right-hander Roger Salkeld surrendered 10 singles and 10 runs--two earned--in a Golden League game at Antelope Valley.
Salkeld (4-0) walked four and struck out 10, and also doubled and tripled. Matt Tull, Trevor Rice and Darryll Davis each had three hits for Saugus (7-2-2, 2-0).
Hart 8, Burroughs 0--Andy Lorraine’s shutout included nine strikeouts and Darrin Tsukashima doubled home two runs in a six-run sixth inning for Hart in the Foothill League game at Burroughs.
Bosco Tech 9, Crespi 4--Bosco Tech senior right-hander Eddie Marquez set a Southern Section record by recording his 13th career save in a St. Paul tournament championship quarterfinal. John Dempsey doubled for Crespi (4-6-2).
Alemany 8, Queen of Angels 1--Ray Cano, Kirk Fellows, Tom Daniels and Leo Tejada each had two hits for Alemany (6-6) in a St. Paul tournament consolation quarterfinal game. Alemany junior Joey Rosselli made his first appearance of the year, pitching two innings in relief.
Rio Mesa 6, Dos Pueblos 4--Steve Soliz hit a three-run home run in the third inning for the Spartans in the Channel League game at Dos Pueblos.
Burbank 5, San Gabriel 3--Steve Trainor had two hits and threw a six-hitter in a Foothill League game at Burbank.
Bishop Amat 6, Chaminade 1--Pete Miller had a single to extend his hitting streak to nine games, but the Eagle offense sputtered in the second round of the St. Paul tournament.
Calabasas 14, L.A. Baptist 6--Dan Glassman hit a three-run home run in the fourth and was the winner in relief for the host Coyotes in a nonleague game.
Oak Park 10, Carpinteria 6--Scott Ziegler pitched four innings to earn the Tri-Valley League win. Erikk Cass hit a three-run double in the fifth to give Oak Park a 9-6 lead.
Moorpark 7, Santa Paula 4--The Musketeers scored four runs in the first inning and breezed in the nonleague game at Santa Paula. Tom Uphoff and Mike Granderson each doubled for Moorpark (6-1).
Pasadena 7, Hoover 3--The Tornadoes committed three consecutive errors in Pasadena’s six-run sixth inning in the Pacific League game at Hoover.
Jose Robles hit a three-run home run in the fifth for Hoover (7-2, 2-1).