Alex Schrier pitches and hits for family bragging rights
Big bro is off to a fast start in the competition for family supremacy in high school baseball.
Senior Alex Schrier, who attends Santa Margarita, is trying to match brother Cody, a sophomore at JSerra. Alex began his season on Tuesday by hitting a two-run double, a two-run home run and striking out six in four innings in Santa Margarita’s 13-3 win over Woodbridge, which had nine wild pitches.
Harvard-Westlake 3, Oaks Christian 1: Sam Hliboki struck out 11 in five innings with no walks for the Wolverines (2-0). Pete Crow-Armstrong had two hits.
Beckman 1, Summit 0: Trevor Ernt struck out six and walked none in a complete-game victory.
Huntington Beach 8, El Dorado 0: Jake Vogel and Josh Hahn hit home runs and Edward Pelc struck out six in four shutout innings.
Sherman Oaks Notre Dame 1, Newbury Park 0: Tyler Stromsborg allowed one hit in six innings. Chris Aldrich drove in the winning run in the bottom of the seventh.
Birmingham 3, Valencia 1: Albert Garcia allowed four hits in six innings and Gavino Rosales got the save to keep Birmingham unbeaten in the Easton tournament. Freshman Domenik Cervantes continues to impress, contributing an RBI. Cade Erickson threw a complete game for Valencia.
Hart 5, El Camino Real 1: Isaac Kim and Kendall Thomas each hit home runs to lead the Indians.
Servite 4, El Toro 3: The Friars (3-0) rallied for three runs in the bottom of the seventh, using a couple of bunt singles and two walks to ignite their rally. Mike Santos had the walk-off hit with the bases loaded.
Etiwanda 3, South Hills 1: Matt Bardowell contributed two hits and also struck out five in six innings to lead the Eagles.
Loyola 12, Sylmar 0: Joey Phelps struck out 11 in five innings and Derek Yoo contributed three RBIs for the Cubs (2-0).
Corona Santiago 4, JW North 0: Jacob Blawn threw a no-hitter for 62/3 innings with 10 strikeouts to lead Corona Santiago.
Calabasas 5, Ventura 1: The Coyotes improved to 1-1. Lucas Giumarra had two hits and four RBIs.
Agoura 6, Dos Pueblos 2: Aedan Cunningham struck out three in two innings of shutout relief. Ben Fairly had two hits and three RBIs.
Sierra Canyon 2, Burroughs 1: Ryan Mittelman had a game-winning walk-off double in the eighth inning for Sierra Canyon. Sophomore Bryce Bond struck out six in seven innings.
Trabuco Hills 6, Edison 3: Dylan Tanner contributed two hits and three RBIs for Trabuco Hills.
Camarillo 6, Alemany 3: Nick Schnopp had a double and a triple, and Peter Dufau finished with three hits for Camarillo. The game was called with one out in the seventh because of darkness. Jesse Parraz had three hits for Alemany.
West Ranch 7, Cleveland 6: West Ranch scored four runs in the bottom of the seventh. Sam Callan had two hits and two RBIs.
Simi Valley 20, La Canada 1: The Pioneers had 18 hits. Brant Voth went four for four. Justin Campbell struck out five in four innings.
Chaminade 8, Pacifica 2: Tommy Borowski had a two-run double for the Eagles.
Thousand Oaks 2, Saugus 1: The Lancers pulled out the win in nine innings. Jacob Wilson and Vince Reilly each had two hits. Scott Ellis struck out six in five shutout innings.
St. Francis 3, Chatsworth 2: Brendan Durfee went three for three and Ethan Sanders allowed four hits in 6 1/3 innings on the mound.
Paraclete 1, Canyon 0: Joey Estes threw six shutout innings.
St. John Bosco 1, Bishop Amat 0: David Hays allowed three hits in five innings and Jon Jon Vaughns got the save with three strikeouts. Trinity League teams are 5-0 on the season.
Temescal Canyon 12, Cajon 0: Jack McClellan went three for three and Caden Szuba had two doubles.
Los Alamitos 8, Palos Verdes 3: Dallas Burke had four RBIs for Los Alamitos. Jake Dunbar had three hits for Palos Verdes.
Moorpark 2, Westlake 1: Yahir Garcia had a walk-off single in the eighth. Kieren Sweeney struck out five in five innings.
San Juan Hills 3, Mission Viejo 1: Sophomore Jake Curtis had three hits.
Quartz Hill 2, St. Bonaventure 1: Jake Saum struck out 10 in 5 1/3 innings for St. Bonaventure. Daniel Quintero got the game-tying hit and Nate Hernandez had the game-winning hit.
Roosevelt 1, San Fernando 0: Edgar Topete struck out five in five innings.
Redondo 1, Lakewood 0: Jake Thau and Drew Dalquist combined on a no-hitter with 13 strikeouts. Liam Critchett hit a home run for the game’s only run.
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