High school baseball: Aliso Niguel is 11-2 after walk-off win over Dana Hills
Aliso Niguel is on a roll. The Wolverines improved to 11-2 overall and 5-0 in the Sea View League on Friday with a 3-2 win over Dana Hills on a walk-off single in the seventh by David LeBoida.Michael Davinni hit a home run and Ethan Hoopingarner struck out seven while allowing one run in five innings. Quinn Mathews struck out five in two innings of relief.
Foothill 3, Anaheim Canyon 2: Hudson Lehnetz led a two-run bottom of the seventh rally with the game-winning hit, his second of the game.
Huntington Beach 7, Edison 2: Josh Hahn hit a grand slam to ignite the Oilers.
Servite 6, JSerra 5: Jake Lappin contributed two hits and two RBIs in the Trinity League win.
Newport Harbor 5, Marina 4: Chase Greer had three RBIs.
Chaminade 8, Crespi 4: The Eagles received two hits apiece from Jack Costello, Tyler Olivas, Carter Graham and Jack Wong in the Mission League win.
Harvard-Westlake 11, Alemany 7: Tyler Cox went three for three and JP Corrigan, Drew Bowser, Sean Biller and Jacob Galloway each had two hits for the Wolverines.
Sherman Oaks Notre Dame 5, Loyola 2: Daylen Reyes had three RBIs and Devan Ornelas and Lucas Gordon had two hits apiece to lead the Knights.
Mira Costa 5, Palos Verdes 1: Jared Karros struck out six in six innings and Chase Meidroth had two hits.
Ayala 11, Glendora 1: Dylan Cook threw six innings and John Pappas had three hits, including a home run.
Bishop Amat 4, Cantwell-Sacred Heart 2: Jacob Vargas contributed two hits for the Lancers.
Etiwanda 3, Los Osos 1: Gio Del Negro and Geo Mejia each finished with two hits for Etiwanda. Kyle Anderson struck out nine in 6 2/3 innings.
Beckman 11, Portola 5: Connor McGuire had two hits and Nick McLain contributed two RBIs.
El Toro 2, Capistrano Valley 2: The game was called after 10 innings because of darkness. Adam Arroyo had three hits for Capistrano Valley.
Corona del Mar 3, Laguna Beach 2: Nolan Dunn put down a bunt in the bottom of the ninth that led to the winning run coming home. Cutter Clawson struck out seven in four innings for Laguna Beach.
Esperanza 9, Arlington 3: Kyle Kirk finished with four RBIs to lead Esperanza.
North Hollywood 4, Verdugo Hills 1: Alex Meza struck out three in six innings in the East Valley League win.
Alhambra 17, San Gabriel 0: Daniel Catano threw a two-hitter and also had three hits.
La Mirada 15, Norwalk 2: The Matadores rolled to the Suburban League winning, improving to 11-3 and 4-0.
South Hills 5, Walnut 1: South Hills improved to 10-2 and 7-0 in the Hacienda League.
Thousand Oaks 3, Westlake 2: The Lancers stayed unbeaten in the Marmonte League by breaking the 2-2 tie in the seventh.
Calabasas 3, Newbury Park 2: Michael Odman had two RBIs and Ben Kamins picked up his first save.
Vista Murrieta 10, Murrieta Mesa 0: Zach Rodriguez went three for three, including a home run, and Caiden Matheny hit a grand slam.
Simi Valley 12, Royal 1: Justin Campbell struck out 10 in a complete game.
Agoura 12, Oak Park 3: Aaron Suval struck out eight in five innings and also finished with two hits.
Moorpark 4, Camarillo 1: Noah Mattera threw a two-hit complete game. Chris Russell hit a two-run double.
Village Christian 2-3, Maranatha 0-6: The Crusaders won in 16 innings in a game that was resumed after being halted earlier this week after nine innings when the field became unavailable. In the second game, Max Blessinger had two hits and two RBIs for Maranatha.
Valencia 8, West Ranch 1: The Vikings improved to 7-1 in the Foothill League. Davis Cop had a home run, double and two RBIs.
Hart 8, Canyon Country Canyon 0: Pat Arman and Warner Rhodes combined on the shutout and Kendall Thomas hit a home run.
Mission Viejo 5, Tesoro 4: AJ Anzai hit a walk-off home run in the 11th inning of Mission Viejo’s win over Tesoro.
Viewpoint 2, Crossroads 0: Will Lashever threw a two-hitter and Asher Sabah and Ryan Armour each had two hits for the Patriots.
Temecula Valley 5, Great Oak 3: Zach Arnold had three hits for Great Oak.
Corona Santiago 6, Norco 5: The Sharks got the win in nine innings. Taylor Steig, Cole Jordan and Daryl Ruiz each had two hits.
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