Roundup: Santa Margarita receives strong pitching in 1-0 baseball win over Bishop Amat
Luke Lavin drove in the only run in the top of the seventh, and Tanner Warady finished with a two-hitter to lift Santa Margarita to a 1-0 baseball victory over Bishop Amat on Tuesday. The Eagles (8-2) have won six consecutive games.
Izeah Muniz pitched well in defeat for Bishop Amat, striking out eight while giving up one hit.
Three batters, three strikeouts for Gage Jump of JSerra. 94 mph. JSerra 3, Birmingham 0. pic.twitter.com/SKRyqucjau— eric sondheimer (@latsondheimer) April 13, 2021
JSerra 10-12, Birmingham 0-2: In the first game of a doubleheader, Gage Jump struck out 10 in 3 2/3 innings. Gabe D’Arcy had two hits and four RBIs. In the second game, Cody Schrier had three hits, including a home run.
The Gage Jump fastball slow motion. pic.twitter.com/E72gd5zfPY— eric sondheimer (@latsondheimer) April 13, 2021
Corona Santiago 2, JW North 1: An eighth-inning RBI triple by Austin Kiernan gave Santiago the victory. Kiernan finished three for three with two RBIs. Davis Knoll struck out seven in seven innings.
Chaminade 3, Loyola 0: Aric Berg struck out 10 in a complete game in a Mission League opener. David Case struck out nine for Loyola.
League Opener against Notre Dame...Been working on my approach for every at bat. Grand Slam. 6-2 win. @SMeusborn @TMeusborn @PlayaVOrioles @LesLukach @latsondheimer @DaveSerrano11 @Tarek_Fattal pic.twitter.com/FpEjlIQaXs— Jarrett D. Segura (@cavscoachjc) April 14, 2021
Alemany 6, Sherman Oaks Notre Dame 1: Michael Nunez struck out eight in 5 1/3 innings to lead the Warriors to an upset in a Mission League opener. Jarrett Segura hit a grand slam in the first inning.
Harvard-Westlake 7, St. Francis 1: Christian Becerra struck out 11 in five innings. Bennett Markinson and George Cooper each had two RBIs.
Elsinore 6, Riverside Notre Dame 2: Sophomore Chad Horton struck out 10 in six innings.
San Clemente 1, Wilson 0: It took 10 innings of shutout pitching by Kaden Giles and Matt McGreevy for San Clemente to win.
Dana Hills 5, Yorba Linda 1: The Dolphins (11-1) continue to rely on pitching by committee. Garrett Knuf, Kanoa Perman and CJ Zwahlen each had two hits.
Camarillo 5, Simi Valley 3: The Scorpions scored two runs in the eighth to hand Simi Valley its first defeat. The big blow was a two-run home run from Boston Bateman.
Lakewood’s Spud O’Neil (far right) just became the third California high school baseball coach to reach 900 wins! pic.twitter.com/ilew2ajJi9— The562.org (@562sports) April 14, 2021
San Pedro 3, Taft 2: Rhett Peterlin struck out eight for San Pedro.
It’s a walk-off winner! @SanPedro_BB wins 3-2 over Taft on this RBI-fielder’s choice hot shot to 3B by Dominic Porter. Jake Harper scores the winning run & the Pirates improve to 3-1. @breezepreps @latsondheimer @CIFLACS @SBLiveCA @DamianCalhoun @C_Morrissette @LanceSmithTPC pic.twitter.com/xYnvETp8Ia— Jamaal Street (@JamaalStreet) April 14, 2021
Pacifica 10, Downey 0: Logan Groff pitched a one-hitter.
Huntington Beach 3, Ocean View 0: Matt Lopez threw a no-hitter for the Oilers.
Cypress 5, Aliso Niguel 1: Neil Jansen and Christian Landeros each had two hits.
La Mirada 5, Servite 4: Joe Garcia and Andrew Pyle each had two hits.
West Torrance 4, Palos Verdes 2: Sophomore Jarren Sanderson delivered the go-ahead RBI to hand Palos Verdes (7-1) its first defeat. Jamie Robertson had a double and single for Palos Verdes.
Villa Park 3, El Toro 2: Gavin Grahovac led the 11-inning win with a home run, double, single and two RBIs.
Los Alamitos 18, South Torrance 12: Alvarez Giselle had a three-run home run and two-run single in a wild game between two of the Southern Section’s top hitting teams. Los Alamitos is 7-0. South Torrance dropped to 7-1. Los Alamitos scored 11 runs in the sixth after trailing 12-7.
“In my 30 years of coach, it’s one of the best hitting teams I’ve seen,” Los Alamitos coach Rob Weil said of South Torrance. Reagan Walsh had a home run and four RBIs. Jaden Moore and Aylssa Yee also homered for South Torrance.
Big day for son-daughter of Alhambra coach Steve Gewecke. Kellen was the winning pitcher vs Bell Gardens going 5 innings, struck out 13 and got two hits. Kassandra is a freshmen at Temple City, went 7 innings zero runs and struck out 8 in a 1-0 win over La Canada.— eric sondheimer (@latsondheimer) April 14, 2021
Mission Viejo 15, JSerra 2: Maddison Vollenhals had two hits and three RBIs.
Villa Park 6, El Dorado 0: Sydney Somerndike struck out 11 and had three hits.
Birmingham 1, Granada Hills 0: Ricky Nino scored on a penalty kick with four minutes left for the unbeaten Patriots.
Servite 3, Orange Lutheran 1: Daniel Gutierrez, Jahir Gonzalez-Sandoval and Jesus Melgoza scored goals for the Friars (8-1), who knocked off the team guided by their former coach, Jon Spencer.
Cathedral 2, Santa Ana Valley 1: The Phantoms stayed unbeaten.
Granada Hills 1, Birmingham 0: A late goal broke the deadlock in a West Valley League match.
Goooaalll!!! Freshman Ava Tibor with the hat trick!! ECR-5, Taft-0 pic.twitter.com/pWQdjd9jxD— The M.E.S.S. (@TheMESS2013) April 14, 2021
Dominguez 71, Bishop Montgomery 62: Elijah Evans scored 25 points, Colby Evans 21 and Josiah Finnie 18 for Dominguez.
Servite 63, Sonora 57: Andrew Cook scored 39 points.
St. John Bosco 68, Gardena Serra 57: Scotty Washington led the unbeaten Braves with 18 points. Jeremy Dent-Smith had 22 points for Serra.
Colony 80, Walnut 62: Jaidyn Simpson led Colony with 28 points.
Damien 77, Claremont 47: The Spartans are 12-0. Malik Thomas had 21 points.
Heritage Christian 84, Santa Clarita Christian 78: Freshman Isaiah Elohim finished with 27 points.
Calabasas 63, Newbury Park 54: Gavin Murphy had 25 points for Calabasas. Quincy Bentley led Newbury Park with 24 points.
West Torrance 64, Harvard-Westlake 62: The Warriors (2-0) pulled off the road upset behind Anaya James. Harvard-Westlake had the chance to tie with 4.7 seconds left and Jamie Yue at the free-throw line for a one-and-one. But a violation was called, giving West Torrance the ball.
Birmingham 58, South Torrance 48: The Patriots are 3-0.
Flintridge Sacred Heart 41, San Marino 30: Emily Ting finished with 10 points.
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