High school baseball roundup: Aaron Suval leads Agoura to 4-0 start in league play

Agoura’s Aaron Suval will play Cal State Northridge next season.
(Courtesy of Agoura)

One of the best college recruits during the early high school baseball season has been Cal State Northridge-bound Aaron Suval of Agoura.

His pitching and hitting helped the Chargers improve to 4-0 in the Coastal Canyon League with an 8-5 win over Camarillo on Friday.

Suval went three for three at the plate and struck out four in five innings.

Moorpark 3, Simi Valley 2: Noah Mattera threw the complete game. R. Troy Anderson had the go-ahead RBI single.


Cypress 8, Mission Viejo 6: Cameron Repetti had two hits and two RBIs.

Huntington Beach 1, Marina 0: Josh Hahn struck out six in six innings and Brett Barrera had an RBI single in the seventh to lead Huntington Beach.

Capistrano Valley 4, Tesoro 2: Rhys Stevens threw five innings for Capistrano Valley.

El Modena 3, Esperanza 2: Justin Wood and Nick Mascaro each had two hits for El Modena.


Servite 8, Corona Santiago 1: Trevor Schmidt went four for four, including two home runs, to lead Servite.

Arcadia 7, Pasadena 2: The Apaches (8-0, 2-0) won the Pacific League game behind Chris Wilson, who struck out eight and walked none in five inning. Brandon Nguygen hit a home run.

Trabuco Hills 10, Pacifica 6: Marcus Weinzimer finished with three doubles for Trabuco Hills.

Sherman Oaks Notre Dame 8, Chaminade 2: The Knights completed a three-game Mission League sweep. RJ Gordon and Ben Griffin each hit home runs.


Harvard-Westlake 7, Crespi 0: Four pitchers combined for the shutout and Tyler Cox had three hits.

Loyola 6, St. Francis 1: Joey Phelps allowed three hits in six innings.

Quartz Hill 4, Knight 0: Ryan Sanders struck out 14 and walked two in a no-hitter.

Westlake 4, Newbury Park 1: Colby Downard threw the complete game for Westlake.


Oaks Christian 4, Calabasas 0: The Lions stayed unbeaten in the Marmonte League.

Burroughs 10, Hoover 0: Julian Jaramillo struck out 10 in a six-inning no-hitter.

Great Oak 4, Murrieta Valley 0: Zach Arnold went three for three and Cam Mabee struck out 10 in 5 2/3 innings.

Aliso Niguel 1, Laguna Hills 0: Ethan Hoopingarner struck out 11 in six shutout innings while allowing two hits. Quinn Mathews got the save.


Edison 6, Newport Harbor 3: Caden Aoki pitched the Chargers to victory.

Ayala 7, Bonita 6: Cole Koniarsky had the walk-off single in the eighth inning.

Maranatha 13, Heritage Christian 0: Max Blessinger threw a five-inning no-hitter.

Bishop Amat 5, Cathedral 2: The Lancers scored three runs in the eighth. Blake Archuleta struck out 13.


Crescenta Valley 14, Glendale 1: Chase Smith and Noah Maddox each had three RBIs.

Redondo 11, Banning 0: Jake Thau struck out seven in 3 2/3 innings. Conner Corlette had three hits and four RBIs, including two doubles.

Vista Murrieta 5, Temecula Valley 2: Damian Campbell and Cayden Castellanos each had two hits for Vista Murrieta.

Palisades 7, Granada Hills 1: Lucas Braun struck out 10 and allowed two hits.


Warren 7, Sun Valley Poly 0: Warren pitchers recorded their eighth consecutive shutout.

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