Crossroads began its Alpha League schedule with a 17-2 win over Sierra Canyon at Chatsworth High but lost to the same team three days later, 11-4 at Clover Park.In the win Max Robinson earned his fifth victory of the season and Jake Berg-Rosenblatt had three hits and three RBI. In the loss, the Roadrunners committed 11 errors.Crossroads was scheduled for two league games against Kilpatrick this week, including Friday night, May 1 at 7:30 at Clover Park.St. Monica split a pair of Camino Real League games, defeating Mary Star, 6-2 and losing to Serra, 7-4.Jose Munoz is hitting .537, Kyle Schwan .419 and Michael Redondo .317.Pacifica Christian improved its record to 7-2 with three victories, defeating Summit View West 15-1, Vistamar 6-5 and Pacific Lutheran 9-5.Kevin Hammer has a .548 batting average, followed by Keenan Pieradozzi-Howes at .500 and David Hammer at .455.New Roads lost to Rolling Hills Prep, 13-2 and has a 1-1 record in the Harbor League.Jake Flynn is hitting .643 and Quinn Barbini .500.Brentwood lost twice to Maranatha, 13-2 and 9-3, bringing its Alpha League record to 1-6.Mikey Wapnick has a .417 batting average and Billy Heller is hitting .340.Palisades defeated Fairfax (5-4), Hamilton (9-0 and 5-4) and Torrance (5-2). The Dolphins’ overall record is 15-9.After winning seven of its first eight games Venice has lost 10 in a row. The latest ones were to Westchester, 13-12 and twice to Fairfax, 3-0 and 13-2.Anthony Smith is hitting .448, Eric Salazar .444 and Daniel Hordo .423.
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