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In other Marmonte games:

May 08, 1999

Moorpark 9, Royal 6--Wes Rasmussen hit a three-run home run in the seventh inning and the Musketeers rallied for five runs to erase a 6-4 deficit at Royal.

Chris Stoddard had two hits, including a home run, and drove in three runs for Moorpark (13-12, 4-6).

Derek O'Keefe had a three-run home run for Royal (14-5-1, 7-3).

Newbury Park 15, Simi Valley 5--Anthony Foli hit two solo home runs and finished with three RBIs for the Panthers (13-10, 6-4) at Simi Valley.

Cameron Merrill, a junior, allowed six hits, struck out four and walked four.

Scott Roman and Tyler Johnson each had three hits in Newbury Park's 16-hit attack.

In other games:

Hart 12, Burroughs 2--Justin Wiley (9-1) threw a one-hitter, struck out eight and walked two for Hart (20-4, 9-1), which clinched the Foothill League title in a game that was called after five innings because of the 10-run rule.

Nolan LaMar went four for five with a solo home run.

Danny Mariscal's double was the only hit for Burroughs.

Notre Dame 8, Loyola 7--The Knights clinched at least a share of the Mission League title at Notre Dame by rallying for six runs in the seventh inning to tie, then winning in the eighth when John Puccinelli singled and came around to score on a fielding error.

John Horwitz's two-run double in the seventh tied the game for the Knights (21-4, 11-1). Puccinelli had four hits and scored two runs.

Alemany 6, Chaminade 4--Jesse Fernandez hit a two-run home run and the Indians (13-11, 5-5) won a Mission League game at Chaminade (16-6, 5-5).

Crespi 10, Agoura 9--Matt Wilson hit a three-run home run and Clint Kofmehl pitched five innings of shutout relief as Crespi (20-5) overcame a 9-0 deficit to pull out a nonleague game at Valley College.

The Celts won the game in the seventh when Agoura's right fielder overran a single by Max Flaum, who raced all the way around the bases to score the winning run. Craig Raimondi had two hits and four RBIs for Agoura (7-14-1).

Rio Mesa 16, Channel Islands 8--The Spartans (18-8, 6-5) parlayed seven hits and an error into a seven-run sixth inning in a Pacific View League game called because of the 10-run rule.

Nick Barroso went four for five, including two home runs. Greg Ramirez was three for three with three RBIs and a home run. Isaac Romero also homered.

Oxnard 6, Camarillo 1--Omari Parker had two hits and three RBIs and Matt Adams allowed six hits in 6 2/3 innings for the visiting Yellowjackets (10-10-1, 5-5), who upset first-place Camarillo (18-5, 8-2) in a Pacific View League game.

St. Bonaventure 5, Oak Park 4--Mark Neumeister's run-scoring triple in the bottom of the eighth was the difference for the Seraphs (10-9, 6-4) in a Tri-Valley League game at St. Bonaventure.

Palmdale 15, Littlerock 6--Robert Arellano's three-run homer highlighted a seven-run first inning for the Falcons (17-6, 11-2) in a Golden League game at Palmdale.

Matt Harrington had a two-run home run in the sixth for the Falcons, who had 17 hits.

Highland 18, Antelope Valley 3--John Santor hit two three-run home runs in Highland's 12-run first inning and finished with nine RBIs in a Golden League game at Antelope Valley.

Daniel Champieux had three hits and two RBIs and Jason Allec had three hits and scored four runs for Highland (17-6, 11-2).

Highland Hall 6, Delphi 5--Morgan Whirledge delivered a game-winning single with two out and a full count in the seventh inning in a Westside League game at Highland Hall. Nick Weiss had a two-run triple and RBI single for Highland Hall (4-5, 4-4).

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