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High School Baseball Roundup

In other Reyman Pirate tournament games:

El Camino 9, Temecula Valley 4--Ricky Spears, Jerry Almada and Bobby Womble had multiple hits as the Wildcats improved to 4-7 at Oceanside. Spears was two for four with a triple and drove in two runs, Almada singled three times, and Womble went three for four with a triple and two RBIs.

City Central League

Christian 6, San Diego 5--Christian’s Jamie Anglin, a senior transfer from Point Loma, went one for three with a triple, an RBI, a stolen base and two runs, including the game-winner on a ground ball in the bottom of the eighth. Anglin (1-1) also pitched the final two innings, yielding just one hit. San Diego (5-4-1, 0-1) led, 5-1, after 5 1/2 innings. Christian (3-5, 1-0) scored four in the bottom of the sixth on one hit, three walks, a hit batter and an error.

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St. Augustine 5, Hoover 0--Brad Gennaro pitched a one-hitter, striking out eight, for St. Augustine in the league opener. Juan Lopez had a two-run double in the third for St. Augustine (6-6, 1-0). Hoover is 5-6-1, 0-1.

Crawford 18, Lincoln 3--Crawford scored 11 runs in the fourth, led by Danny Murphy, who went two for two with three RBIs, and Manny Gagliano, who went three for three with three RBIs and two runs scored. Chris Townsend picked up the victory. Crawford is 9-3, 1-0. Lincoln is 3-8, 0-1.

City Western League

Clairemont 17, University City 6--Visiting Clairemont, which scored seven unearned runs in the first two innings, was led by center fielder Antoine Henry, who was four for five with three RBIs and three stolen bases. Jose Marcial was three for five with four RBIs.

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USDHS 15, La Jolla 7--Shad Davidson went four for five, and Jeff Desjardins went three for three with two walks to lead USDHS (9-2, 1-0). Tony Moeder was three for five with two doubles for USDHS. La Jolla is 3-8 and 0-1.

Mission Bay 5, Kearny 1--Tony Lennan (5-0) went the distance for Mission Bay, allowing four hits. Pat Betancourt had a double, a single, two RBIs and two stolen bases for Mission Bay (10-2, 1-0).

City Eastern League

Patrick Henry 10, Serra 7--The Patriots scored four runs in the forced extra inning for the victory in the league opener at Serra. Henry’s Damon Shaffer and Serra’s Rob Night both went three for four. Henry improved to 7-6, 1-0.

Madison 8, Point Loma 7--For the Warhawks, Albert Mendiola was three for three, drove in a run and had a sacrifice, and teammate Frank Fontonet was three for four with a double and three RBIs. Madison improved to 9-3, 1-0.

Nonleague

Mt. Carmel 7, Sweetwater 0--John Tejcek hit a two-run homer in the sixth, and Doug Hill (4-0) picked up the victory for visiting Mt. Carmel (10-2). Ed Cornblum had two doubles for Mt. Carmel. Sweetwater is 5-6.

Granite Hills 10, El Cajon 7--Brian Giles went 3 for 4 with a home run to lead visiting Granite Hills. Danny Mattiace was two for four with five RBIs. Shaun Spencer picked up the victory.

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Grossmont 26, Mt. Miguel 2--Grossmont (6-3-1) scored 16 runs in the third. Grossmont sent 21 batters to the plate in the third, collecting 13 hits. Grossmont was led by Kent Smith, who went three for six with two doubles, three RBIs and four runs scored, and Joe Donlon, who was four for five with three runs scored and three RBIs.

Monte Vista 9, Valhalla 4--Vern Mullis went two for four with three RBIs, including a two-run home run in the sixth, for visiting Monte Vista (8-2-2, 1-0). Steve Dietz, son of SDSU Coach Jim Dietz, went three for three with two RBIs for Monte Vista. Valhalla is 6-6-1, 0-1.

Torrey Pines 7, Rancho Buena Vista 2--Sophomore pitcher Brian Hochleutner was two for three and went the distance to pick up his fourth victory at Vista. Torrey improved to 5-5-1; Rancho Buena Vista fell to 7-5.

El Capitan 18, Santana 4--El Capitan scored six in both the third and the fourth innings to win easily at home. Robert Guerrero hit two home runs for El Capitan, two runs in the third and a three runs in the fifth. Jeremy McGarity went two for three with three RBIs and a home run for El Capitan (7-4). Santana is 7-3-1.


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