High school baseball, softball: Wednesday’s Top 15 roundup

Baseball

No. 1 Valley Christian 11, Leigh 0

Valley Christian scored in every inning but one on its way to a season-opening rout. Jaxson Wall, Easton Kreshel and Jeff Heard led the Warriors offensively. Wall had four hits with two RBIs and Kreshel and Heard each had three hits. Heard also drove in two runs, and Kreshel scored three runs. Jake Miller, Ollie Obenour and Raisean Dorsey each had a hit for Leigh.

Pittsburg 4, No. 3 Heritage 3

Michael Weber and Trevor Munson each had two hits and two RBIs to lead the Pirates to an upset at home of previously unbeaten Heritage. Jo Jo Roman had three hits and two RBIs for Heritage.

No. 4 Archbishop Mitty 14, The King’s Academy 4

Zach Yorke had two hits, including a double, drove in three runs and scored twice to lead Mitty to the season-opening victory. Matthew Halbach, Antonio Cabrera and Harry Rodhouse also had two hits apiece and Mario Ricci knocked in three runs and scored three runs for Mitty.

No. 9 Serra 12, Hillsdale 0

Serra broke open the game with six runs in the fifth inning and added four more runs in the sixth.

No. 13 St. Francis 13, San Benito 1

Connor Prahm and Johnny Tarantino each hit home runs and pitchers Ritvik Sajja, Will Bonini and Ned Righellis held San Benito to one run in a season-opener.

Softball

No. 4 St. Francis 9, Pioneer 2

Brooke Deppiesse had three hits, including a double and a triple. and drove in three runs to lead the Lancers to victory. Chloe Cummings and Jessica Oakland also had two hits for St. Francis.

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Benicia 8, No. 6 College Park 4

Lorenzza Marcacci had three hits and, three runs and knocked in a run and Hailey Weddington had two hits and two RBIs in Benicia’s win.

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No. 10 Alhambra 4, Clayton Valley Charter 2

Malorie Hill, Kira Nilson, Hope Ferrara and Justine Delacruz-Carranza each had two hits as Alhambra rallied from a two-run deficit to win.

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Source:: The Mercury News – Sports

      

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