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ROUNDUP : Zamudio's Error Spoils His Strong Pitching Performance

March 10, 1994

Joel Zamudio had only himself to blame for a wasted outing in Monroe High's 2-1 San Fernando tournament loss to Thousand Oaks on Wednesday.

The senior right-hander struck out 13 and walked three while limiting the visiting Lancers (1-0) to two hits, and also went two for three at the plate, but his eighth-inning throwing error on Jason Earles' bunt allowed the winning run to score from second base.

Monroe (0-2) had tied the score in the bottom of the seventh to send the game into extra innings.

Littlerock 17, Paraclete 2--The Lobos pounded 18 hits in the nonleague game at Paraclete.

Jesse Silva went four for four with a three-run home run. Jorge Pacheco, who homered and tripled, was three for four.

Calabasas 9, Bell-Jeff 6--Designated hitter Sam Rutherford went two for three, driving in three runs and scoring twice for host Calabasas (2-0) in the nonleague game.

David Quintero doubled twice for winless Bell-Jeff (0-3), and Jesse Llamas added a three-run homer in the fourth. The contest was called after six innings because of darkness.


Newbury Park 1, Hoover 0--Carolina Bernal pitched a two-hit shutout, striking out eight and walking two, leading the Panthers in a nonleague game at Hoover. Newbury Park (3-0) scored its run on an error.

Moorpark 12, Carpinteria 0--Mindy Penrod threw a one-hitter to lead the visiting Musketeers (2-0), striking out 13 and walking two.

Freshman Tracy Milburn was five for five with four RBIs, including two doubles.

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