In other Hilltop Moose Tournament games:
Poway 6, Chula Vista 2--Junior right-hander Brandon Marks (1-0) went the distance, walking one and striking out four, for No. 6 Poway (4-0). For the Titans, John Grosely was one for three with two RBIs, John Koustmar was two for three and drove in two runs, and Mike Sharp picked up two hits, including a double, and had one RBI. For Chula Vista (2-2), David McVey had three hits.
Mission Bay 11, St. Augustine 1--The 1991 section 2-A finalist Buccaneers (2-2) busted lose with two runs each in the first and second innings and added five in the sixth. Jesus Munoz had three hits, Danny Gil two for No. 9 Mission Bay, while Jason Martin had six strike outs in six innings. The Saints are 2-2.
El Capitan 9, Escondido 0--For tenth-ranked El Capitan (2-2), Mike Lennon got three hits, scored three runs and drove in two. Teammate Jason Phillips was two for four, and scored and drove in two runs. Escondido fell to 0-4.
Helix 6, San Marcos 2--Two Helix players, Gregg Wilbur and Mario Sanchez, hit solo home runs in the fourth inning, and another, Bobby Miller, added a two-run homer in the fifth. Ryan Smith (1-0) went the distance, and struck out 10. The Highlanders improved to 3-1; San Marcos dropped to 0-4.
Grossmont 11, RBV 2--Second-ranked Grossmont won its 21st consecutive game, stretching out a winning streak that goes back to April 4, when the Foothillers lost to Granite Hills in six innings.
Against RBV (2-1-1), Grossmont (3-0) opened the game with four-run and five-run innings. Matt Jones snared two hits and drove in three runs, Benny Craig got two hits and four RBIs, and Shannon Monroe scored three runs for Grossmont. Jones and Craig each had three-run homers. Jason Eskridge struck out six in four innings, in his first start of the year. For the Longhorns, Travis Wilson went two for three and scored two runs. The game was called on account of darkness after six innings.
Fallbrook 2, Oceanside 2--This game was called after eight innings because of darkness but pitchers Steve Pack and John Portugal perhaps could have gone longer. Fallbrook's Pack went the distance, striking out 15 and holding the Pirates (2-1-2) to two hits. Portugal struck out 13 and allowed three hits in seven innings. Fallbrook is 2-1-1.
La Jolla 9, Crawford 5--Chris Duncan's two-run homer in the first inning set the tone for La Jolla (3-1), and the Vikings scored in all but two innings. Duncan also tripled in the second, and teammate Jason Green, who singled, doubled and tripled, also drove in three runs. Crawford is 1-3.
Clairemont 8, University City 7--University City (1-3) has fallen into an early pattern of jumping to a lead only to lose it, and usually the game. The Centurions blew a 7-1 lead when they gave up five runs in the fifth inning. Clairemont is 1-3.
Morse 7, West Hills 5--Dwayne Bostic homered and tripled while going three for four to lead Morse (4-0), which broke a 4-2 West Hills lead with five runs in the fourth inning. Steve Gotowala was two for four with two runs batted in for West Hills (2-2).
Sweetwater 5, Kearny 4--Dan Bringas and Bob Molina picked up two hits apiece for Sweetwater (3-3). Kearny's Albert Jones was two for four.