Calabasas 3, Saugus 2The Centurions offense struggled to come to life Tuesday, collecting just two hits, as they were dealt their first loss of the season in preleague action. “We just need to worry about swinging at our pitches,” said Saugus coach Carl Grissom over the phone. “I thought we were too aggressive too early in the count.” Calabasas did most of its damage off Tony Jacob, who allowed two runs on two hits while walking three in an inning of work. Andrew Sharp drove in Saugus’ only run, going 1-for-2 with an RBI single. Nolan Kutcher tripled to provide the Cents’ only other hit. Saugus (2-1) returns to action Thursday in the Easton Tournament.
Westlake 7, Hart 4Westlake scored seven runs in the seventh inning as Hart (1-1) lost for the first time this regular season in Easton Tournament action Ryan Carolan got the start for the Indians and struck out nine and allowed one hit in five scoreless innings of work. Cody Jefferis, Rocco Saldivar, Josh Cerpa and Kyle Smisko provided hits for Hart, which also resumes Easton Tournament play Thursday.
Camarillo 7, Valencia 4Jake Biscailuz hit a two-run homer but the Vikings (1-1) became the fourth Foothill League team to fall in the Easton Tournament on Tuesday. They’ll return to tournament play Thursday as well.
Trinity Classical Academy 4, Vasquez 4The Knights were forced to end in a tie in the eighth inning due to a lack of light. Tristen Rodriguez went 2-for-3 with an RBI and Judah Palmisano, Joey Andoluno and Jake Backes all drove in runs as well.