In other Loara tournament games:

Fountain Valley 9, Marina 6--Brian Ponchak pitched three innings of no hit ball and Derek Fahs got the victory with two innings of relief for Fountain Valley in the third-place game.

Santiago 5, Los Alamitos 4--Santiago's Jose Guzman tripled to drive in Enele Scanlan with the tying run and then scored the winning run on Joe Huelskamp's sacrifice fly in the game for seventh place.

El Dorado 9, San Clemente 4--Brian Loyd and Tyson Dowdell hit bases-empty home runs to pace El Dorado (3-2) in a consolation game.

Riverside North 10, Cypress 5--Randy Hernandez had three hits and scored twice for North (2-3).

Villa Park 16, Magnolia 3--Danny Strapp was three for four with two triples and three RBIs in a consolation game for Villa Park (2-3).

El Toro 10, Ocean View 1--El Toro (3-2) broke open a 2-1 game with eight runs in the sixth inning.

Katella 4, Pacifica 3--Cory Doll (2-0) had six strikeouts in six innings for visiting Katella (3-2).

Huntington Beach 2, Sunny Hills 0--Byron Smith (1-0) pitched six innings and struck out seven, allowed two walks and four hits for visiting Huntington Beach (2-2-1).

In the El Segundo tournament:

Edison 8, Hart 7--Edison (2-2) scored two runs in the bottom of the seventh on a lead off homer by Brandon Surdock and an RBI single by Ryan Belitz.

Westminster 9, Muir 8 (eight innings)--Greg Cantin scored for host Westminster (2-2) when Keith Cowley hit a ball to third and the throw went into right field.

In the Glendora tournament:

Canyon 10, West Covina 5--Steve Myers drove in five runs, four of them on a third-inning grand slam, to lead Canyon (3-0-1) in the game for fifth place.

Fullerton 11, Crescenta Valley 6--Keith Ginter hit a three-run home run for Fullerton (3-1) in a third-place game.

In nonleague:

Rancho Alamitos 11-4, Buena Park 6-3--Brian Jordan had three hits, including a two-run homer, and scored three runs to lead host Rancho Alamitos (2-1) in the opener.

Bolsa Grande 5-1, Woodbridge 3-3 (First game eight innings)--Bolsa Grande scored twice in the eighth to win: Bill Kercher hit a sacrifice fly to score Mike Mancini and Paul Gill stole third and the throw went into left field to allow Gill to score. Woodbridge (1-1) scored three unearned runs on four errors and Trent Zappen, who hit a two-run home run in the first game, pitched a five-hitter and struck out eight.

Serra 11-8, Orange Lutheran 10-12 (Second game six innings, darkness)--David Rossi had three hits, including a double and had three RBIs in the first game for visiting Orange Lutheran (2-1).

La Habra 8-5, Valencia 2-4--Jason Johnson had three hits, including two triples, scored three runs and had three RBIs.

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