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Baseball: Hart rallies for 2-1 victory over Saugus

April 20, 2011 |  6:02 pm

Down, 1-0, going into the top of the seventh inning, Newhall Hart got an RBI double from Kevin O'Brien and a bloop RBI single from Steve Rosso to pull out a 2-1 Foothill League victory over Saugus. Tyler Glasnow struck out 10 for the Indians (15-4, 6-2).

West Ranch got a complete game from JC Cloney to defeat Canyon Country Canyon, 3-2. Cloney struck out nine. Josh Heinz and Aaron Watkins had two hits apiece. Valencia defeated Golden Valley, 15-1. Nick Rivas threw a one-hitter. Brian Mundell hit two home runs. Shane Zeile had three doubles.

In the Golden League, Quartz Hill (17-3, 7-0) defeated Knight, 5-1. Jay Sheeley hit a two-run double in the seventh. Andrew Rabiej threw six innings.

Manhattan Beach Mira Costa defeated Encino Crespi, 5-4. Garrett Fedor and Ryan Erickson had two hits each. Scott Heineman homered for Crespi.

Tyler Brashears improved to 8-1 in leading El Toro past Mission Viejo Capistrano Valley, 7-2.  He struck out five and allowed six hits. Daniel Conmy hit a two-run home run.

L.A. Cathedral improved to 19-4 and 9-1 in the Camino Real League with a 1-0 win over Mary Star. Sergio Luna struck out seven and gave up three hits.

In San Diego, Huntington Beach Edison defeated (Nevada) Henderson, 5-4, in 10 innings on Eric Snyder's walk-off RBI single. Edison lost to Poway, 2-1, on Tuesday. Woodland Hills El Camino Real made five errors in a 7-2 loss to Rancho Buena Vista. Reseda Cleveland lost to San Marcos, 3-0.

In the South Bay Classic, Woodland Hills Taft advanced to the championship game with a 4-3 victory over San Pedro. Zach Friedman threw a complete game, striking out nine and also contributed two hits. Taft will play Narbonne in Thursday's final.

Van Nuys Montclair Prep defeated Crossroads, 9-1. Blake Steele and Nick Suniga had three hits apiece. Jayson Balades allowed one hit in Oxnard's 3-0 victory over Sherman Oaks Notre Dame.

-- Eric Sondheimer