Bell 2, Fremont 1--Left fielder Vern Bernard’s solo home run in the top of the eighth lifted Bell to a victory over host Fremont in an Eastern League game Thursday.

Eagle pitcher Johnny Moreno scattered three hits and struck out six, but couldn’t get the shutout as he walked in Joe Marquez in the eighth.

Fremont’s Ernie Sandoval had a strong outing, striking out five, but received little offensive support.


Centerfielder Temo Lopez scored the game-winning run on a single by catcher Jose Lopez.

Dorsey 7, Narbonne 5--Che Johnson had two hits, one RBI and two runs scored to lead Dorsey to a Southern Pacific Conference game Thursday at Rancho Cienega Park.

Dorsey used five hits and one error to score four runs in the first inning. Pitcher Reggie Douglas threw a five-hitter, striking out five to earn his second win.

Garfield 7, Huntington Park 6--Gilbert Ramirez had two singles and three runs batted in to lead Garfield to a Southeastern Conference win Thursday at Huntington Park.

Garfield right-hander Fernando Gonzalez pitched four innings, giving up five hits to earn the victory.

Wilson 3, Eagle Rock 2--Catcher Bruce Beltran’s two-out two-run single in the top of the fifth gave the Mules a Northern Conference win Wednesday at Eagle Rock.

Bell Gardens 6, Montebello 1--Outfielder Peter Loza was a home run shy of hitting the cycle with a single, double and triple as the Lancers clinched the Almont League championship Tuesday at Veterans Stadium. Manuel Arana was two for three with two RBIs.

Bell 5, Garfield 0--Larry Gaytan threw a one-hitter and struck out eight as Bell won a Southeastern Conference game Tuesday at Bell.

Wilson 10, Eagle Rock 2--Second baseman Marco Meza went two for two, with one walk and two RBIs in a Northern Conference game Monday at Wilson.

Bell Gardens 8, Keppel 7--Pinch runner Jose Mata scored the game-winning RBI on a fielding error by first basemen Ken Stevens as Bell Gardens won an Almont League game Monday at Veterans Stadium.

Manuel Arana went two for four with two RBIs and Alex Castillo hit a two-run double in the Lancers’ four-run fifth.