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Baseball: Tuesday Southern Section playoff scores (updated)





Second round, Tuesday

Edison 4, Orange Lutheran 3

Lakewood 8, Tesoro 0

Dana Hills 8, Valencia 6

Riverside North 3, JSerra 0

Long Beach Wilson 6, Vista Murrieta 4

Simi Valley 4, El Toro 2

Esperanza 20, Newbury Park 9

Mater Dei 12, Hart 2



Second round, Tuesday

Mission Viejo 5, Dos Pueblos 1

Damien 7, Sherman Oaks Notre Dame 5

Harvard-Westlake 1, Arroyo Grande 0

Santa Barbara 7, Yucaipa 5

Redlands 5, Buena 3

Etiwanda 4, Chino Hills 2

Garden Grove Pacifica 4, Chaminade 3

Arcadia 5, Alemany 2



Second round, Tuesday

Bonita 5, Northwood 1

San Gorgonio 4, Gahr 1

Paloma Valley 9, Ocean View 5

Beckman 4, Montebello 1

Irvine University 7, Rancho Alamitos 1

Culver City 9, Paramount 5

Woodbridge 3, Quartz Hill 1



Second round, Tuesday

Palm Desert 5, La Salle 4

Sonora 6, Colony 3

Oaks Christian 3, Savanna 2

Laguna Beach 2, El Segundo 1

Torrance 7, Don Lugo 3

Chino 12, Granite Hills 3

Kaiser 1, Santa Ana Calvary Chapel 0

Bishop Amat 3, St. Bonaventure 0



Second round, Tuesday

Gardena Serra 10, Woodcrest Christian 5

Hemet 4, Lompoc Cabrillo 2

Oak Hills 11, La Puente 9

Maranatha 5, Campbell Hall 4

Lompoc 4, Whittier Christian 3

Montclair Prep 6, Sierra Vista 1

Tahquitz 3, Nipomo 2 (9)

Cathedral 9, Ontario Christian 1



Second round, Tuesday

Oxford Academy 4, Bishop Diego 0

Brentwood 9, Boron 4

Southlands Christian 16, Vasquez 8

Bishop 7, Academy for Academic Excellence 1

Lancaster Desert Christian 13, Rosamond 1

Viewpoint 4, Bermuda Dunes Desert Christian 1

Capistrano Valley Christian 9, Windward 0

Pasadena Poly 15, Crean Lutheran 0



Second round, Tuesday

New Roads 9, Milken 1

Animo Leadership 18, North County Christian 4

Dunn 10, St. Michael's Prep 5

Granada Hills Hillcrest Christian 9, Lee Vining 1

Firebaugh 15, Twin Pines 2

Nuview Bridge 12, New Community Jewish 2

Pacifica Christian 2, Cate 1

Riverside Prep 3, Rolling Hills Prep 0

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Slow it down

College Baseball Fan: Slow down a bit. Believe three teams went down to the National Classic and did just fine, let's not get too far over our ski's on this. Two of those teams came back and came in 2nd and 3rd place in their league, so the state of baseball in the greater LA area is still pretty good. The OC has always been good and depending on the year it is still a guess as to who the best is.


Bad coach + bad people= bad team. Everyone was way more concerned with themselves, including the coach, players, and parents. Lots of flash not much substance.

College Baseball Fan

Private or public, the Valley teams are over-rated. The last great baseball in the Valley was the Moustakas-Dominguez (Chatsworth) era. Since that time the talent level has continued to drop off. We are now seeing the rise of the Southern/Orange county teams and it will probably continue for some time to come.


"Obscure rule"...hilarious.

Yes, Chaminade seemed to think they we're much better than they actually were. It showed in the games. If you could score runs for talking smack, they'd have gone undefeated.

As for's a good group of kids who lacked a bit of executional discipline. At the least, they have Sondheimer's press clippings purporting them to be the best team on planet earth. That counts for somethin'


Frank Mutz always messes it up in the playoffs. Remember when he was coaching Thousand Oaks and they always choked in the playoffs. They lost to a inferior opponent in Norco........


ChamiNADE lost in the second round of the playoffs because of this obscure rule that states if one team scores more runs than the other team than the team with the most runs wins!


They forgot to check their collective egos at the dugout door....


They can't hit, thats why. They did have alot of swagger though. Chaminade and Alemany were big underachievers in Mission League this year. As much as ES pumped both teams up, they just couldn't produce. Look to Harvard-Westlake and Notre Dame next year.


Pacifica was ranked 25th in the state and 183 in the nation.
They were 10-2 in league.
They allowed 80 earned runs in 31 games played.
Their pitchers combined for 160 K's.
That may have something to do with Chaminade's loss.

.....I'm just sayin'

anyone can be beat on a given day.
and believe me, just because a player gets a scholarship, that doesn't mean squat!!

Bad Choice

How does Chaminade lose in the 2nd round. Didn't they have 7 or 8 players with scholarships. The coaching has to be question. Isn't this the same coach who lost the league championship on the last day of the season 2 years in a row.Players who left Simi to go the Chaminade you made a big mistake,


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