Prep baseball roundup: Chaminade wins two of three from Sherman Oaks Notre Dame

Seattle Mariners baseball equipment in the dugout before the start of a spring training baseball game against the Milwaukee Brewers Monday, March 8, 2010, in Phoenix. The Brewers defeated the Mariners 6-2. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)
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Chaminade has injected itself into the Mission League baseball race by taking two of three games from defending champion Sherman Oaks Notre Dame this week.

On Saturday, the Eagles (3-2) scored five runs in the sixth inning to come away with a 5-1 win. Vinny Van der Wel delivered the big blow with a two-run double. Notre Dame dropped to 2-2-1.

Sierra Canyon 3, Bishop Alemany 2: Julian Areliz delivered a walk-off single in the eighth inning for Sierra Canyon. He had two hits and two RBIs.

Loyola 2, Crespi 1: Caden Chavez threw a three-hitter for the Mission League win.

El Camino Real 4, L.A. Roosevelt 1: Brendan McClure went three for three and Dylan Adams gave up three hits in 6 1/3 innings. El Camino Real will begin West Valley League play this week against defending City champion Birmingham.

Banning 9, San Fernando 1: Robert Guerrero threw four innings to pick up the win and has given up one run in 17 innings this season. Angelo Duarte had three hits.

Granada Hills 7, Palisades 1: Easton Hawk and Alex Schmidt each had two hits.

Hart 10, Chatsworth 6: Ian Edwards had two hits for the Indians.

Oaks Christian 8, Moorpark 1: Joshua Brown had a three-run home run and Carson Sheffer contributed three hits to lead Oaks Christian.

Los Alamitos 4, El Dorado 3: CJ Berthon delivered the walk-off hit for 7-1 Los Alamitos. Cole Belfanti had two hits and two RBIs.

St. John Bosco 5, La Habra 1: The Braves (6-0) tuned up for Trinity League play with their sixth straight win. Trevor Heisman and Anthony Cosme combined for eight strikeouts.

Newbury Park 14, San Marcos 0: Cameron Fausset struck out 12 in five innings for the Panthers.


Granada Hills 12, North Torrance 2: The Highlanders (8-0) beat their eighth straight Southern Section opponent. Lainey Brown had a home run and triple.

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