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Baseball: Harvard-Westlake pounds Chaminade, 19-0

April 23, 2013 |  9:12 pm

There's no getting around how dominant Studio City Harvard-Westlake was on Tuesday against Chaminade in what turned out to be a Mission League mismatch. The Wolverines prevailed, 19-0, with 18 hits. Arden Pabst hit a grand slam and had six RBIs. Ezra Steinberg went five for five. Jacob Pardo had three hits and three RBIs.

Matt Willmore got both of Chaminade's two hits against four Harvard-Westlake pitchers.And if the Eagles thought saving ace Kevin Lewallyn for a Friday rematch would be helpful, it should be noted that Harvard-Westlake only used its ace, Jack Flaherty, for three innings. He'll be available for relief.

Loyola stayed in first place with a 3-1 win over Alemany. Quinn Brodey threw a complete game and Corey Dempster hit a two-run home run. St. Francis defeated Crespi, 7-6.

In the Trinity League, sophomore Quentin Longrie threw a four-hitter to lift JSerra past Servite, 2-0. Top-ranked Mater Dei defeated St. John Bosco, 11-0. Jeremy Martinez went three for three with two RBIs. Brandon Perez added three hits and two RBIs.

Sierra Canyon defeated Marshall, 10-0, in five innings. Kyle Weber went four for four with five RBIs. Jackson Ramey improved to 9-0 on the mound.

In the Pacific League, Ted Boeke struck out 10 in Crescenta Valley's 8-0 win over Muir. Burbank defeated Hoover, 13-3. Dylan Mersola had two hits and three RBIs.

In the Channel League, Santa Barbara defeated Buena, 1-0. Gabe Grandcolas allowed two hits. Zach Torres scored the only run of the game in the seventh on a wild pitch.

In the Century League, Brandon Luper struck out six in Esperanza's 4-1 win over Villa Park. Austin McGeorge struck out six, walked none and threw a six-hitter in Anaheim Canyon's 3-1 win over Foothill.

In the Del Rey League, Gardena Serra defeated Bishop Montgomery, 10-0. Duncan McKinnon had a double and triple. Marcus Wilson drove in two runs. Dominic Smith had two hits and two RBIs. Solomon Bates threw a two-hitter.

Bishop Amat defeated La Salle, 7-3. Andrew Eppenbach allowed one run in five innings. Evan Claproth had three hits and three RBIs. Adam Alcantara had three hits, as did freshman Chris Moya. Cathedral defeated St. Paul, 4-0. Daniel Rosas threw five shutout innings. Diego Gutierrez got his fourth save. Henry Martinez hit a home run and finished with three RBIs.

Woodbridge defeated Beckman, 6-5. Northview defeated Baldwin Park, 8-2. Warren (18-3, 9-1) defeated Lynwood, 7-0, in the San Gabriel Valley League. Darryl Donnerson and Alan Trejo had three hits each. Trejo (5-0) threw four innings and struck out 10. Paramount defeated Downey, 5-1.

-- Eric Sondheimer