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High school roundup: Andrew Cook scores 47 points in Servite basketball victory

Andrew Cook of Servite scored 47 points against La Habra on Wednesday.
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Andrew Cook of Servite became the first basketball player of the young season to do something to really catch people’s attention.

He scored a career-high 47 points on Wednesday in the Friars’ 71-60 win over La Habra. Servite is 2-0. Cook made five threes and came within two points of the school record.

Baseball

Chaminade 7, El Camino Real 4: Oskar Stark had two hits and two RBIs for the Eagles.

Trabuco Hills 11, Garden Grove Pacifica 4: Garrett Strenger, Bobby Gray, Drew Barrett, Tyler Collins and Nic Tanaka each had two hits.

Fountain Valley 11, Edison 4: Leadoff hitter Austin Kolby contributed three hits and Ryan Sullivan had three RBIs.

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Thousand Oaks 12, Oxnard Pacifica 0: Roc Riggio hit his fourth home run and Max Muncy had three RBIs for the unbeaten Lancers (4-0). Riggio has hit a home run in each game this season.

Etiwanda 21, Alta Loma 9: Abraham Zapata, Geo Mejia and Luke Mariscal led a 23-hit attack with four hits each.

Loyola 7, Fullerton 1: David Case struck out eight in five innings for the Cubs. Luca DiPaolo and Nick Valdez each hit home runs.

Roosevelt 4, Rancho Cucamonga 3: Luke Deretich went three for three.

El Toro 6, Sonora 3: Zack DenDekker had two hits for El Toro.

Charter Oak 4, Colony 0: Zach Bauer and Evan Avitia combined for the shutout.

Mission Viejo 8, Esperanza 2: James Showalter struck out 10 in 5 1/3 innings.

Hart 4, Valencia 2: Massimo Vega threw five shutout innings with seven strikeouts for Hart (4-0) in an eight-inning victory. Matt Quintanar and Vic Pico each had two hits. Quintanar is 10 for 14 this season.

Moorpark 2, Rio Mesa 1: Jake Thrift struck out nine.

Tesoro 7, Tustin 1: Sophomore Jackson Freeman went five for five.

Warren 14, Chino 1: Tyler Oviedo had three hits with a double and triple.

Softball

Los Alamitos 8, La Palma Kennedy 0: Emma Sellers hit a grand slam for the Griffins.


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