Bishop Amat Baseball Team it’s so hot right now that the Lancers may find ways to win in their last at-bat.

It happened on Monday in an opening match of the National Classic. The Lancers were facing San Jose Valley Christian, ranked No. 1 in the state by They scored three runs in the bottom of the seventh to pull out a 5-4 victory, the winning run coming home on an error.

It was Bishop Amat’s ninth straight victory and gave the Lancers a 12-2 record. The big hits in the inning were RBI singles by Cameron Casado and Isaiah Hernandez.

Bishop Amat will play San Dimas on Tuesday. San Dimas defeated Mira Costa 5-0. Kody King pitched a three-hitter with five strikeouts for San Dimas.

Villa Park 12, Sandy, Utah Jordan 1: Gavin Grahovac had a home run and four RBIs and Zach Brown also homered in the National Classic win.

Cypress 6, Peoria, Ariz. Liberty 2: Matthew Thomas contributed three hits and two RBIs, while Abrie Covarrubias had two hits and two RBIs to lead Cypress (14-4) to its 10th straight win in the National Classic opener.

Servite 4, South Hills 3: The Friars won on a bases-loaded single in the bottom of the tenth inning by Kyle Buchanan.

Trabuco Hills 6, Northview 3: Bobby Gray had two hits, Joey Gray had two RBIs and Ryan Luce homered to lead Trabuco Hills.

Arcadia 9, Walnut 2: Ben Cooper went 3 for 3 with two RBIs and Nando Palencia struck out eight for Arcadia.

Campbell Hall 9, Foothills Christian 0: Chase Landa pitched the shutout while Myles Prather and Tanner Mahon each had two hits for 10-1-1 Campbell Hall.

Sylmar 5, Ramona 2: Matthew Benzor pitched a complete game with eight strikeouts for Sylmar. Freshman Alex Martinez had two hits.

Beckman 3, The Second 0: Ashton Kanegae struck out 10 during a five-hit shutout for Beckman.

San Clemente 3, Corner Canyon 1: Rhyn Chambers struck out nine in the complete game for San Clemente.

Moorpark 4, Camarillo 2: Rylan Stillwagon pitched five innings and Matthew Ramirez earned the save with two shutout innings in relief.

Oaks Christian 3, Westlake 1: Tommy Farmer had two RBIs and Jaden Onaca pitched a complete game, limiting Westlake to five hits.

Newbury Park 3, Thousand Oaks 1: Cole Miller struck out eight in six innings and Evan Needham made the save at Newbury Park.

Harvard-Westlake 11, Desert Oasis 1: The Wolverines won their first game in Las Vegas. Kai Caranto had three RBIs, freshman James Tronstein had two RBIs, and Thomas Bridges struck out nine in four innings.

Birmingham 5, gazebo view 4: The Patriots held on for the win in Las Vegas.

Etiwanda 16, Rancho Cucamonga 8: Anthony Huezo homered, doubled and singled, and three RBIs for Etiwanda.

Long Beach Poly 4, Lakewood 0: Lucas Scott pitched five scoreless innings and Jacob Mason finished for the save in a Moore League game. Scott also had two hits.

West Ranch 7, Bishop Germany 6: Five runs in the bottom of the seventh gave West Ranch the win. Ty DePerno had three hits.

Edison 11, El Modena 8: Nathan Hunter and Noah Stockman each had three hits and three RBIs for Edison. Gavin Johnson also had three hits.

Crown 2, King 0: Ethan Schiefelbein struck out 10 in five innings and hit a home run. He was Corona’s seventh shutout of the season.

Corona Santiago 13, Eastvale Roosevelt 1: Barrett Ronson finished with four hits for Santiago.


Santa Margarita 1, JSerra 0: Liliana Escobar struck out nine, walked none and finished with four hits for Santa Margarita.

Lutheran Orange 3, Rosary 1: Peyton May struck out 11 in a Trinity League win for Orange Lutheran.

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