John Bushart and Tony Siegel combined for a one-hitter as Thousand Oaks High beat Crespi, 2-0, Saturday in the consolation championship of the Redondo-Palos Verdes tournament at Thousand Oaks.
Bushart, a senior left-hander, retired all nine batters he faced and Siegel (2-0), a sophomore right-hander, allowed one hit, walked one and struck out four in the last four innings.
Only two Crespi runners reached base. Pat Bennett singled in the sixth, but the next batter grounded into a double play. John Dempsey walked in the fifth but was thrown out attempting to steal second by Thousand Oaks catcher Jud Schlimgen.
Thousand Oaks (13-7) scored the only run it would need in the second when Schlimgen drove in Scott Haffner with a one-out single. Todd Lang, who had three doubles, scored the Lancers’ other run in the third when he walked, went to second on a hit batter and came home on a fielding error.
Thousand Oaks has won four in a row and allowed no earned runs and 10 hits in the past three games.
In other Redondo-Palos Verdes tournament games:
Royal 6, Culver City 4--Royal scored two runs in the fifth inning on an RBI double by Steve Bernstein and an RBI single by Dennis Gildehaus singled to break a 4-4 tie in the consolation-bracket game.
James Jones hit a two-run home run in the third to open the scoring for Royal (11-15). Sean Sweringer singled home a run and Rob Campos walked with the bases loaded to give Royal a 4-3 lead.
Tim DelMonte (2-1) surrendered 15 hits and did not record a strikeout in 6 1/3 innings, but he allowed only one walk. Gilbert Renteria came on in the seventh with runners on first and second and got two fly outs to earn his first save.
Culver City (17-4) stranded 12 runners.
Alemany 6, Westchester 3--John Lite (3-2) pitched a complete game in his first start since injuring his shoulder last month and gave up three runs on eight hits in a consolation-bracket game.
Leo Tejada hit a two-run home run in the second inning for Alemany (14-11), Jon Beauchemin was two for four with an RBI and Lite was three for four with an RBI.
Faith Baptist 2, Dominguez 0--Darren Wyre scattered four hits, struck out eight and walked three for the host Contenders (4-8) in a consolation-bracket game.
James Kim and Peter Rasmussen executed consecutive squeeze bunts for Faith Baptist’s runs.