Roundup: Josh Springer powers Corona baseball to another win – Los Angeles Times
There are several red-hot high school baseball teams around the Southland, and one of them is Corona High. The Panthers have won 11 consecutive games, with freshman catcher Josh Springer playing a starring role.
In its latest performance, Springer went three for three with three doubles to lead Corona past Norco 7-3. The Panthers improved to 4-0 in the Big VIII League and are 12-4 overall.
Corona Centennial 8, Corona Santiago 3: Jason Del Villar had three hits, and Ryder Dykstra added two hits and two RBIs.
Riverside King 7, Roosevelt 6: Austin Castillo finished with two hits and two RBIs for the Wolves.
Thousand Oaks 7, Westlake 1: The Lancers (16-0) received the eighth home run of the year from Roc Riggio, three RBIs from Easton Rulli and strong pitching from Miles Weiss, who struck out eight and walked none.
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San Clemente 6, Long Beach Wilson 5: Sammy Schwartz had two hits for the Tritons.
Cypress 5, Crean Lutheran 4: A three-run sixth led Cypress to the victory. Neil Jansen had a home run.
Los Osos 10, Etiwanda 9: Devean Alvarez, Evan Tiermann and Noe Romero each had three hits for Los Osos. Austin Roellig homered for Etiwanda.
San Pedro 5, Carson 3: Cain Lusic had two RBIs in the Marine League win.
Narbonne 11, Banning 8: The Gauchos handed a rare defeat to All-City pitcher Anthony Joya, who threw 4 1/3 innings. Marco Lopez had three hits, including a three-run double, for the Gauchos.