Jose Aguilar (San Jacinto): Had three hits including a home run and triple and knocked in six runs as the Tigers clawed Beaumont 18-6.
Casey Angel (Mountain Empire): Angel was hellish with the bat in his team's 28-0 romp (six innings) vs. Calvary Christian. He finished with three doubles and a triple.
Jaime Ballesteros (Malibu): Went 4x5 with a double, home run and six RBI in a 15-4 win over Santa Clara of Oxnard.
Harlan Barnett (Saddleback Valley Christian, SJ Capistrano): Blasted a grand slam, two triples and had seven RBI as Pioneer Baptist of Norwalk went down 18-0.
Eric Berger (Woodcreek, Roseville): Pitched the last nine innings of a 14-inning game against Placer of Auburn, striking out 18 while giving up three hits and a run, but the run was in the 14th inning as Placer edged Woodcreek 6-5. Berger is one of the most watched junior pitchers in the nation. He should be quite hyped next spring.
Taylor Cameron (Valley Christian, Cerritos): Hit for the cycle and had three RBI in leading his team over Village Christian of Sun Valley 5-3.
Cody Cipriano (Westlake, Westlake Village): Hoisted three home runs, including two for three runs each, and had seven RBI overall in a 4x4 batting performance that led to a 9-6 victory over Calabasas, a team that started out strong but is now struggling.
Blake Crosby (La Quinta, Westminster): Was a perfect 4x4 at the plate and doubled his pleasure with eight RBI in a 13-0 blanking of Bolsa Grande of Garden Grove.
Tim Dickins (Rolling Hills Prep, Palos Verdes Estates): Drove in six runs while batting 3x4 in leading his team to a 12-11 edging of Ribet Academy of Los Angeles.
Chris Errecart (Lincoln, Stockton): Hammered a two-run homer in the first inning of a showdown game against rival St. Mary's, which was his second round-tripper of the week. The all-state candidate outfielder will begin the playoffs with 11 season home runs and a batting average well above .500.
Matt Felkins (Rio Linda): Had two hits including a homer, drove in six runs and scored twice as Rio Linda downed Highland of North Highlands 18-2.
Alex Figueroa (Narbonne, Harbor City): Went 3x3 at the plate with a home run, seven RBI and two runs scored in a 15-0 whitewashing of Los Angeles Washington.
Ryan Fleckenstein (East Union, Manteca): Retired the last 15 batters in a row and finished with a no-hitter as the Lancers blanked Buhach Colony of Atwater, 3-0, in a Valley Oak League game.
Andy Flores (Roosevelt, Los Angeles): Fired a two-hit shutout and struck out 10 in gainnig his 12th season win in a 7-0 ringing of Bell.
Roosevelt remains on pace to earn the No. 2 seed in the L.A. City Section playoffs behind Chatsworth.
Eric Galvan (Baldwin Park): Batted 4x4 with a triple, two doubles and six RBI in a 16-3 triumph over Pomona.
Kris Haycock (Tehachapi): Had a week to remember with 10 RBI in one game and a 4x4 outing in another. Haycock hit three home runs, including a grand slam, to account for most of the 10 RBI he had in a 15-4 win over Shafter. He also homered as part of his 4x4 game that keyed a 13-8 victory vs. Wasco.
Andrew Horton (Pacific Christian, Los Angeles): Whacked three triples and a double in a 15-5 win over Calvary Baptist of La Verne. How close did he come to a fourth triple that would have tied the state and national record?
Ben Kester (Mendocino): Hurled a no-hitter and batted 3x4 with a home run, triple and four RBI as Mendocino defeated Point Arena 12-0.
Alden Klemm (Central, Fresno): In a 5-4 victory over Clovis, Alden came up big with five hits and five at-bats and had four RBI.
Jordan Lee (Clovis): Drove in all seven runs he had in the Cougars' 17-0 romp over Clovis East in the first two innings. That's what a grand slam in the first and a three-run shot in the second will do for you.
Michael Louie (Arcadia): Smashed a grand slam and a solo homer while batting 3x3 with five RBI in a 11-3 victory over Hoover of Glendale.
Chris Margaronis (St. Vincent, Petaluma): Pitched a complete game five-hitter and struck out 13 in a 12-3 win over Tomales. The senior also had a week in which was 6x8 offensively with eight RBI and raised his season batting average to .556.
Patrick Mason (Paloma Valley, Menifee): Fired a five-inning two-hitter with 11 Ks and blasted a grand slam in a 14-1 win over Perris. Patrick should be All-Riverside County once again.
Rick Patterson (Swett, Crockett): Blasted a grand slam, drove in six runs and scored three as Swett swung by St. Elizabeth of Oakland 24-1.
Trevor Plouffe (Crespi, Encino): Orbited three home runs while batting 4x4 but even that wasn't enough as Alemany of Mission Hills prevailed 10-4. Trevor's just a junior and should have a busy summer ahead with showcases, camps and U.S. junior baseball commitments.
Kyle Pond (North, Torrance): The junior pitched a two-hit shutout with nine Ks and batted 3x4 with a home run and four runs scored in a 12-0 triumph over Morningside of Inglewood.
Brett Prieto (Buchanan, Clovis): Set a school record with six RBI and also finished 5x5 as the state-ranked Bears rolled to a 13-7 win over Clovis West.
Mario Quezada (Mendota): Like Prieto, also set his school's record with six RBI and went 4x4 in a victory over Tranquillity.
Otoniel Ramirez (Crenshaw, Los Angeles): This diminutive 5-0, 110-pounder can pitch and hit for the Cougars. He had six RBI last week in a 25-1 romp vs. Manual Arts.
Eaton Renton (Arlington, Riverside): Slashed five hits including two homers and had three RBI, the difference in a 11-9 victory over Hart of Newhall.
Brad Rice (L.A. Baptist, North Hills): The sophomore smacked a grand slam and a two-run homer and collected eight RBI as Montclair Prep of Van Nuys succumbed 16-4.
Mike Rocco (Palm Desert): Won the game as a pitcher with eight strikeouts while aiding his cause at the plate with a 4x5, two home run, five RBI performance in leading his team past Cathedral City 20-4.
Brian Schroeder (Christian, El Cajon): The son of former NFL QB Jay Schroeder had another good week. In a 5-0 win vs. La Jolla, Schroeder pitched a two-hitter with 10 strikeouts and also smashed a home run.
James Scott (Cajon, San Bernardino): Scotty hurled a two-hit shutout with 14 strikeouts in a 7-0 triumph over Colton.
Omari Sealey (Skyline, Oakland): Omari had one of those "oh, my" kind of games with two doubles, a grand slam homer and six RBI as the Titans whipped Oakland, 15-3, and clinched first-place in the Oakland Athletic League.
Joe Spiers (Arrowhead Christian, Redlands): Smacked a home run for the third consecutive game and extended his hitting streak to 26 games as the Eagles edged Vasquez of Acton 4-3. Joe was regarded as one of the top sophomores in Southern California last year when he played at Temecula Valley.
John Sullivan (Marian Catholic, San Diego): This 6-2, 235-pound three-year starter ripped a walk-off homer -- also his second homer of the game -- in Marian's 4-3 victory over Hilltop of Chula Vista. Sullivan also is big in the classroom with a 4.0 GPA.
Henry Utumapu (Seaside): After hitting a homer in his last at-bat in the previous game, Utumapu went deep in his first two times up in a 7-6 win in eight innings over Alvarez of Salinas.
Lou Worth (Albany): Ace pitcher was worth a two-hitter with 14 strikeouts in a 11-0 triumph over St. Elizabeth of Oakland.
Yvette Acuna (Garfield, Los Angeles): Swatted two home runs, batted 3x3 and had five RBI as Garfield roughed up Roosevelt of Los Angeles 14-0.
Arryn Brand (Middletown): Batted 4x4 with a double, triple and six RBI in a 11-1 triumph over Upper Lake.
Chachera Brantley (Serra, Gardena): Her five hits including a home run and seven RBI were her contribution as Serra had a field day with St. Mary's of Inglewood 29-2.
Andrea Castillo (Pioneer, San Jose): Junior pitcher gave up just six hits in three complete-game shutouts against Westmont of Campbell, Leigh of San Jose and Mt. Pleasant of San Jose.
Mindy Cowles (Polytechnic, Riverside): Had 15 strikeouts in pitching a no-hitter against North of Riverside in a 19-0 win.
Janice Damo-Fishbough (Tulare): Just a freshman, Janice broke her school's single game RBI record with six and went 4x4 as the Redskins downed Granite Hills of Porterville, 10-0.
Jennifer Davis (California, Whittier): Pitched her third perfect game of the season with 14 Ks as the Condors soared past Santa Fe of Santa Fe Springs 1-0.
Dena DePompa (Verdugo Hills, Tujunga): Bashed two home runs out of three hits as Verdugo downed North Hollywood 12-0.
Staci Dratler (Santa Fe Christian, Solana Beach): Dratler was a battler at the plate and finished 5x5 with five RBI as SFC outslugged Tri-City Christian, 20-9.
Monica Dunn (Bakersfield Christian): Tied a Central Section record with four others with six hits in one game. She had her six hits in a 37-0 rout of Bakersfield Valley.
Emily Hively (Troy, Fullerton): Struck out 16 while pitching a three-hitter and batted for three hits and three RBI in a 4-0 win over Buena Park.
Camille Hundley (Pacifica, Garden Grove): A no-hitter with 16 strikeouts is what she hurled in a 6-0 triumph over Bolsa Grande of Garden Grove.
Whitney Jenks (Villanova Prep, Ojai): Fired a six-inning no-hitter with 17 Ks in a 10-0 blanking of Laguna Blanca of Santa Barbara.
Krista Johnson (Berean Christian, Walnut Creek): Hit for the cycle with four RBI and five runs scored as Berean subdued Contra Costa Christian of Walnut Creek 24-0. Krista's home run came with three on base.
Katie Kerr (Campbell Hall, North Hollywood): Fired a one-hit shutout, smacked three hits and drove in seven runs as the Hall downed Scotts Academy 17-0.
Kelli MacKenzie (Cajon, San Bernardino): Tossed her seventh no-hitter of the season with 14 Ks as Cajon downed Pacifica of San Bernardino 8-0.
Dominga Manueno (Anderson Valley, Boonville): Whacked five hits including two home runs as Geyserville went down 30-1.
Megan McAllister (Carlsbad): The daughter of Lancer head football coach Bob McAllister did some heavy hitting of her own with three home runs in a 16-2 triumph over El Camino of Oceanside. McAllister had another homer in a different game last week and began this week with seven on the year for a new school record. She also had six RBI against the Wildcats.
Becky McCullough (Campolindo, Moraga): Fired a perfect game with 14 Ks in a five-inning 10-0 win over Mt. Diablo of Concord.
Jennifer McElroy (Western, Anaheim): Gave up just one hit and struck out 18 in a 1-0 14-inning victory over Savanna of Anaheim.
Kayla Meeks (Hanford West, Hanford): Rang up 23 strikeouts in a 13-inning game vs. Mt. Whitney of Visalia that took two days to finish. Meeks' strikeout total is the third-highest in Central Section history. Hanford West won, 1-0.
Deanne Newberry (Delta Christian, SF Bay Area): Pitched a five-inning no-hitter while striking out all 15 outs and smashed two home runs in a 3x3, four-RBI, three-run batting performance in leading her team over Union City Christian 12-0.
Amanda Peek (Crescenta Valley, La Crescenta): Batted 3x4 with a grand slam amd had seven RBI as her team defeated Muir of Pasadena 21-0.
Cala Risse (Rio Linda): Tossed a one-hitter with 15 strikeouts in a 3-1 win over River City of West Sacramento. There's obviously more going on in Rio Linda than what Russ Limbaugh knows.
Selena Salazar (San Fernando): Was the winning pitcher with 10 Ks in four innings and hit for the cycle with seven RBI in leading Nando past Reseda 13-2.
Yvonne Townsend (San Diego): Slammed two home runs, her 11th and 12th of the season, and had six RBI in a 9-8 loss to San Pasqual of Escondido. Townsend moved past the 11 home run total by Emily Ogata of San Dieguito Academy (1999) that was the San Diego Section record when the season began. Townsend doesn't have the new record because Lisa Dodd of University City is still one home run ahead of her.
Kat Walsh (Granada Hills): A no-hitter with 14 Ks was her considerable contribution in a 4-0 victory over Cleveland of Reseda.
Lauren Weyman (Carlsbad): In the same game in which Megan McAllister homered three times, Weyman went 6x6 with one homer and was the winning pitcher. She also began this week on a 10x10 tear.
Jennifer Winford (Brethren Christian, Cypress): Struck out 18 batters in a one-hit pitching performance as Brethren edged Sage Hill of Newport Coast 4-3.
Chrystal Wise (Westchester, Los Angeles): Did it all for the Comets in a 20-0 win over Los Angeles, firing a perfect five-inning game with 13 Ks and swinging for three hits including a double and homer while driving in six runs.
DeAnn Young (Camarillo): Continues to make a name for herself despite her more publicized male siblings, this time with a grand slam and six RBI as Camarillo defeated Channel Islands of Oxnard 11-0.