City Section

Wednesday, May 19


Los Angeles 7, Eagle Rock 4
Jonathan Lopez had a home run, a double and two RBIs, Jermaine Williams had a double, single and one RBI and Francisco Canela hit a two-run home run to lead host Los Angeles (21-7, 15-3), which captured the league crown. Eagle Rock is 14-4 league.

Franklin 7, L.A. Marshall 2

Tuesday, May 18


Garfield 5, Huntington Park 3
Sophomore Edgar Alcala went two for three with three RBIs and senior Javier Perez went two for three with one RBI for host Garfield (9-21, 4-11). Huntington Park is 1-14 in league

L.A. Jordan 6, Roosevelt 5
Senior right-hander Hector Fernandez pitched two innings in relief and junior Ray White went three for three with a two-run home run in the seventh inning to lift visiting L.A. Jordan (11-11, 6-9). Roosevelt is 12-3 in league.

South Gate 6, Bell 4
Junior left-hander Isaac Morales went two for two and pitched six innings with five strikeouts to lead host South Gate (19-11, 12-3) past Bell (11-4 in league) for the league co-championship.


Los Angeles CES 24, Middle College 10
Elizabeth d. Sherman Oaks CES (forfeit; SOCES could not field enough players)


Narbonne 7, Gardena 0
Ivan Lopez pitched a complete-game shutout with four strikeouts and Armando Lopez went three for four with two doubles and one RBI for host Narbonne (14-17, 9-6), which finished third in league. Gardena is 2-13 in league.

Wilmington Banning 3, Carson 1


L.A. Marshall 7, Lincoln 1


North Hollywood 4, Canoga Park 3
John Cacares scored the tying run on Chris Arvanites' single, and Jackson Walker, who doubled to get on base, scored the winning run on a groundout by Victor Aguayo in the bottom of the seventh for North Hollywood (11-11, 8-7). The win guaranteed a third-place finish for North Hollywood.

Sun Valley Poly 11, Grant 1
Verdugo Hills 12, Hollywood 1


Chatsworth 10, Taft 0 (5 innings)
Jason Dominguez (10-0) threw a two-hitter with six strikeouts and went two for three with a double, a home run and two RBIs and J.C. Barker went three for three with a two-run home run to lead host No. 1 Chatsworth (31-0, 15-0).

Cleveland 4, Birmingham 1
Host Cleveland improves to 18-12, 8-7.

El Camino Real 9, Granada Hills 1
El Camino Real improves to 22-8, 12-3. Host Granada Hills drops to 15-6, 6-9.


L.A. University 9, L.A. Hamilton 1
Senior Jose Vega went two for four with a solo home run and a two-run home run and senior Rahsfan Flemings pitched a three-hitter for host L.A. University (10-20, 5-10). L.A. Hamilton finishes 3-12 in league.

Venice 10, Palisades 9 (10 innings)
Juan Medina scored the winning run on a suicide squeeze by Matt Case in the bottom of the 10th inning for the Gondoliers. Case went three for five with four RBIs and Medina had a home run in the fourth inning to lead host Venice (18-12, 10-5). David Bromberg hit two home runs Dylan Cohen also hit a home run for Palisades (14-1 league).

Westchester 13, Fairfax 3 (6 innings)
Daryl Jones went three for four with four RBIs, including a three-run home run in the first inning, and two runs scored, Reggie Foy went three for four with three runs scored and two stolen bases, tallying 34 on the year, and Darren Starks went three for four with a double and two RBIs for visiting Westchester (10-17, 8-7), which took third place in league. Fairfax is 10-11 overall.

Monday, May 17


Fremont 6, Dorsey 1
Right-hander Antonio Reyes (5-0) struck out 10 and pitched a four-hitter, Haron Mata had a solo home run in the second inning, Juan Camacho had an RBI triple in the sixth and Miguel Munoz added a two-run triple in the seventh for visiting Fremont (13-7-1, 11-3-1).

Jefferson 9, Locke 6
The Democrats (10-10, 8-7) finished third in the Coliseum League with the victory. Locke (16-7-1, 11-4) finished a half-game behind league champion Fremont (12-7-1, 11-3-1).

Crenshaw d. Manual Arts (forfeit)


Sherman Oaks CES 6, Elizabeth 3
Junior Mike Soulema hit a solo home run in the fourth inning for host Sherman Oaks CES (7-1).


Eagle Rock 9, Belmont 2
Ernie Rafael pitched a one-hitter with 10 strikeouts in four innings and Jeremy Camacho hit a solo home run on the team's first at-bat for host Eagle Rock (15-7, 14-3).

Los Angeles 14, Lincoln 6
Jermaine Williams went three for four with two doubles and a triple, Hanzel Esparza went three for four with a triple and Dennis Bosque went three for five for visiting Los Angeles (18-7, 14-3), which will host Eagle Rock on Wednesday in a game that will decide the league title.

Franklin 7, L.A. Wilson 6


Monroe 6, Reseda 0
Tony Garcia (7-5) allowed one hit in six innings and Brian Silva had two hits and two runs scored for host Monroe (15-15, 8-7). Reseda is 4-22, 1-14.

Granada Hills Kennedy 12, Van Nuys 0
Sylmar 2, San Fernando 1