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Tuesday's roundup: Garden Grove moves into tie for first
Garden Grove defeated visiting Rancho Alamitos, 7-1, on Tuesday to put Grove and Rancho into a tie for first place in the Garden Grove League.
Both teams are 6-2 in legue.
The Argonauts’ Caesar Valencia went 3 for 4 with three runs scored. Adrian Vazquez had three hits and drove in three runs. Nick Dodson pitched five innings to get the win and improve to 5-0.
The two-game series resumes Friday at Rancho Alamitos.
Also Tuesday in Orange County baseball:
In the Academy League:
Sage Hill 7, St. Margaret’s 0: The Lightning have won 16 in a row. That’s the longest active winning streak in county baseball. Sage Hill is 5-0 in league (Crean Lutheran was 4-0 in the Academy going into this week).
In the Orange Coast League:
Calvary Chapel 3, Estancia 1: Troy Lombardo pitched a complete game for the league-leading Eagles (14-3 overall, 7-0 league). Laguna Beach is in second place at 6-1.
Isaiah Lara, Michael Oca and Braden Wallace drove in the Calvary Chapel runs.
In the Pacific Coast League:
No. 7 Beckman 12, Northwood 10: Austin Schell homered and had four RBIs for the visiting Patriots (17-2 overall).
Woodbridge 10, University 1: Jake Larson pitched five innings to get the win and contributed two hits and an RBI for the visiting Warriors. Aharon Modlin, having a terrific year, drove in three runs.
Woodbridge is 6-2 in league, one game behind league-leading Beckman (7-1). The Warriors are 13-6 overall.
Corona del Mar 3, Irvine 2: Evan Larsen was sharp again for the third-place Sea Kings (14-3, 5-3). He pitched a complete game. Larsen is 6-1.
Preston Hartsell had a triple among his three hits for Corona del Mar.
In the Trinity League:
No. 2. Orange Lutheran 4, Servite 1: The league-leading Lancers are 4-0 in the league after the win at Hart Park.
Zach Busalacchi contributed three hits and two RBIs for Lutheran (15-2 overall, 4-0 in league).
The Lancers play host to Servite again today in a 7 p.m. game at Hart Park in Orange.
JSerra is one-half game behind Lutheran, at 4-1. JSerra plays Mater Dei (2-2 in league) today at 6 p.m. at JSerra.
Also today: Aliso Niguel at Tesoro; Mission Viejo at San Juan Hills; Capistrano Valley at El Toro; and Troy at Fullerton.