Right-hander Luke Eubank of Newbury Park is 9-0 with a 1.08 earned-run average, six shutouts, three no-hitters and has given up only 10 walks in 65 innings.
"It's the best pitching performance in the last 30 years that I've seen," Newbury Park Coach Matt Goldfield said.
On Friday in his latest dominating performance, Eubank struck out six, walked none and finished with a two-hitter as the Panthers defeated Long Beach Wilson, 3-0, in a first-round Southern Section Division 1 playoff game.
Eubank, who signed last November with Cal State Los Angeles, outdueled USC signee Chase DeJong, a potential first-round draft choice who had one bad inning. In the fourth, a Daniel Barnett squeeze bunt and a two-run single by Nick Lovullo gave Eubank all the runs he would need.
Six scouts who stood behind home plate waved their radar guns when DeJong was throwing his 91-mph fastball. Then they put their guns away when Eubank was throwing.