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Good weather and dry fields lead to good pitching performance in high school baseball


With the sun finally coming out and the fields drying up, the high school baseball season resumed Friday with plenty of solid pitching performances.

Sherman Oaks Notre Dame 6, Sierra Canyon 2: The Knights (14-1, 10-1) completed a sweep of the Sierra Canyon Mission League. Colin Brown had three hits and Levi Sterling earned another save.

Crespi 1, Bishop Germany 0: Isaiah Magdaleno, the 2022 Mission League pitcher of the year, returned to the mound and recorded two seventh-inning strikeouts for the save and a Mission League win. He has been used primarily as a catcher until the Celts got trade-eligible Landon Hodge.

Chaminade 5, Harvard-Westlake 3: The Eagles handed Harvard-Westlake another loss in the Mission League.

Loyola 10, San Francisco 1: James Dell’Amico finished with three RBIs for Loyola.

JSerra 6, San Juan Bosco 1: Jonathan Mendez and Dominic Smaldino each had two RBIs for the Lions.

Santa Margarita 2, Servite 0: Sammy Cova and Brennan Bauer combined in the Eagles shutout.

El Camino Real 4, Taft 0: Tyler Sileo struck out nine for El Camino Real in the West Valley League game.

Birmingham 13, Chatsworth 3: In a rematch of last year’s City Section championship game, the Patriots prevailed behind JB Dalumpines, who had four RBIs.

Granada Hills 4, Cleveland 3: The Highlanders went unbeaten in the West Valley League.

Kennedy 1, Sylmar 0: The Golden Cougars were victorious in the Valley Mission League.

Narbonne 8, Prohibition 5: Owen Martin’s home run led the Gauchos to a win in their Marine League opener.

Capistrano Valley 8, Mission Viejo 0: Austin Taylor struck out five, walked one and allowed four hits in the Capistrano Valley shutout.

Long Beach Millikan 2, Lakewood 0: Austin Paul pitched a complete game for Millikan.

Anaheim Canyon 2, Hope 0: Cohen Gomez struck out nine and allowed three hits in Canyon’s shutout.

Bonita 4, Ayala 1: Justin Santiago continued his dominating pitch, striking out 12 with one walk and allowing two hits to Bonita.

Cypress 17, Placentia Valencia 0: Four pitchers combined for a no-hitter to lead Cypress. open covarrubias he had a double, triple, and home run for Cypress.

Westlake 2, Thousand Oaks 0: Joshua Doyle pitched six scoreless innings for Westlake.

Calabasas 5, Newbury Park 2: Tyler Shulman had two hits for the Coyotes.

Los Alamitos 5, Fountain Valley 1: Wyatt Madison contributed two RBIs for Los Alamitos, including a home run.

Norco 4, Centennial Crown 3: The Cougars handed Centennial its first loss of the season. Grant Gray had two hits.

Rancho Oeste 8, Valencia 1: Landon Hu went three for three in the Foothill League win for West Ranch. Ben Cushnie struck out seven in five innings.

Hart 5, Saugus 2: The Indians were victorious in the Foothill League. Brady Werther, Zach Kukreja and Matt Perez had doubles.

Camarillo 3, Real 2: The Scorpions won it in the eighth inning. Trevor Hansen had three hits and struck out 12 for Royal.

Piedmont 3, El Dorado 0: Andrew Parker pitched six scoreless innings and struck out four to lead Foothill.

Huntington Beach 11, Corona del Mar 0: Ralphy Velázquez had two hits and two RBIs and John Petrie had a three-run home run for Huntington Beach.

King 7, Green Ranch 2: Jase Evangelista and Blake Bowen homered for King.

Villa Park 8, El Modena 5: Zach Brown improved to 4-0 and Gavin Grahovac went 3-for-3 with two RBIs. Geoff McArthur added two hits and three RBIs.

Gahr 12, Tinker Bell 2: Mike Lee had three hits and three RBIs for Gahr.


Garden Grove Pacifica 12, Modena 1: Delaina Maae contributed four RBIs to lead Pacifica.

Hope 2, Anaheim Canyon 0: Mía Sánchez pitched the shutout to Esperanza, allowing two hits.

Lutheran Orange 6, Mater Dei 0: Brianne Weiss struck out nine and walked one in the Trinity League win.

Norco 19, Corona 0: The Cougars (12-0) gave up home runs to Maddy Aguilera, Kynarra Vuki and Mya Pérez.

Merry C. Vega is a highly respected and accomplished news author. She began her career as a journalist, covering local news for a small-town newspaper. She quickly gained a reputation for her thorough reporting and ability to uncover the truth.

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