Thursday, April 21, 2011
LA North: Wooldand Hills Taft baseball team wins South Bay Classic
The Woodland Hills Taft baseball team won the South Bay Classic, beating Narbonne of Harbor City, 6-5, in the championship game.
Taft starter Jerry Barrajas earned tournament MVP. He threw a complete game against Narbonne. Jeremy Feldman knocked in the winning run for Taft in the top of the seventh inning. Jordan Berger was selected as the top offensive player of the tournament.
Hard 9 National Classic: Alemany of Mission Hills beat Chatsworth, 11-8, in the consolation championship game of the National Classic tournament at Cal State Fullerton.
Corey Sims was 4-for-4 with two triples for Alemany. Alemany collected 12 hits in the game.
Chatsworth sophomore Raul Camas had three hits and Steve Karkenny had two doubles.
In the fifth-place game, Chaminade beat Bingham from Utah, 8-2. Kevin Lewallyn pitched three shutout innings and struck out four for Chaminade.
Bishop Gorman Tournament: Trevor Gretzky set a school record with nine RBIs in Oaks Christian’s 22-3 win over O’Gorman from South Dakota in the Bishop Gorman Tournament in Las Vegas.
Gretzky was 5-for-5 and hit for the cycle. Josh Davis had three hits for Oaks Christian.