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Baseball: James Kaprielian throws no-hitter for Beckman

April 17, 2012 |  6:34 pm

UCLA-bound Jame Kaprielian struck out 10 and threw the first no-hitter in the eight-year school history of Irvine Beckman in an 8-0 victory over Irvine Woodbridge.

Kaprielian had a perfect game last season against Woodbridge for 6 2/3 innings before losing that and a no-hitter.

In the Trinity League, Ty Moore hit a home run and had three RBIs, and Ryan McMahon and Jeremy Martinez added two hits apiece to lead Mater Dei past St. John Bosco, 17-3. JSerra pulled out a 7-4, 10-inning victory over Servite. The Lions scored three runs in the top of the 10, keyed by a two-run single by Casey Worden. Darrell Miller Jr. had three hits for Servite.

In the Pacific League, Crescenta Valley defeated Glendale, 16-0. Cole Currie struck out 10 in five innings. Can Silva had a double and single. Burbank defeated Muir, 12-1. John White had three hits.

In a battle for first place in the Baseline League, Glendora defeated Alta Loma, 5-4, scoring a run in the bottom of the seventh on a hit by Martin Gallegos.

In the Valley Mission League, Canoga Park became the first team in seven league games to get a hit off Granada Hills Kennedy pitching, but Kennedy won, 26-0.

In the Western League, Hamilton defeated University, 3-2. Marcus Wilson pitched the Yankees (15-2, 6-1) to victory.

Bishop Amat defeated St. Paul, 12-1.  Cathedral defeated Canwell-Sacred Heart, 8-0. Freshman Bryan Duenas got the win. Willie Aguilar, Chris Flores and Alan Trejo had two hits apiece.

Sierra Canyon defeated Pasadena Marshall, 12-0, in five innings. Brian Tucker had three hits. Sean Adler struck out seven in four innings.

La Verne Bonita (18-1, 6-0) defeated Rowland, 15-0. Tyler Heslop had four hits and four RBIs. Justin Garza and Thomas Castro had two hits apiece.

Santa Barbara defeated San Marcos, 19-2. Kees t'Sas allowed four hits in six innings.

-- Eric Sondheimer