Hillsdale 4, Mills 0
The Knights made it a three-way tie atop the Peninsula Athletic League Ocean Division standings in emphatic fashion.
It was the Rohith Mahanty show Tuesday as he fired a no-hitter on the mound and was 2 for 3 with a home run and three RBIs at the plate.
Mahanty was a walk away from a perfect game.
Hillsdale, Sequoia and Capuchino go into Thursday’s regular-season finale all tied for first place with 9-4 record.
Hillsdale was held scoreless the first three innings before scoring once in the fourth and fifth, and adding a pair of runs in the sixth.
Sequoia 3, Woodside 1
The Cherokees kept pace with Capuchino and Hillsdale atop the PAL Ocean Division standings by beating the rival Wildcats Tuesday.
Sequoia’s Kyle Cambron threw yet another complete game, holding Woodside to just one run on three hits, improving his record to 10-1 on the year. His Woodside counterpart, Jamie Kreuger, was just as good, holding the Cherokees to three runs on three hits.
Antonio Arellano came off the bench to supply the big hit for Sequoia (9-4 PAL Ocean, 18-6-1 overall), drilling a two-out, two-run, pinch-hit single in the bottom of the fourth inning to turn a 1-0 Sequoia deficit into a 2-1 advantage. Liam Clifford added an RBI groundout in the fifth, scoring Tommy Lopiparo, who had doubled and went to third on a Jarrett Crowell sacrifice bunt.
South City 12, Pinewood 1
The Warriors completed a perfect run through PAL Lake Division with a big win over visiting Pinewood Tuesday.
South City (12-0 PAL Lake, 15-12 overall) scored all 12 run of its runs in the fifth, sending 16 batters to the plate in the process. Jesus Jimenez had a pair of hits, including a bases-loaded triple, and drove in four runs — all in the fifth — to lead the Warriors’ offense. Carlos Solis added a pair of doubles in the inning as well. James Felix had three hits and an RBI for the Warriors.
That was more than enough offensive support for starter pitcher Daniel Perez, who after giving up an unearned run in the first, cruised to a complete-game win, limiting the Panthers to just five hits while striking out 12.
Crystal Springs 15, Harker School 5
Junior Jack Davidson picked up his first win of the season, pitching a complete-game, six-hitter for the Gryphons.
Griffin Young and Bryce Huerta each drove in three runs for Crystal Springs, while Tim Stiles and David Young each had a pair of hits in the win.
Serra 2, Bellarmine 0
Sophomore right hander John Besse went seven innings, allowing just two hits to pick up the win in the Padres’ victory over the Bells Tuesday afternoon.
Angelo Bortolin drove in a first-inning run with a single, while Nolan Dempsey reached base three timers, doubling in the third and singling in the sixth.
Mercy-Burlingame 14, Harker School 7
Michela Hovland hit a first-inning grand slam to highlight a nine-run first inning for the Crusaders Tuesday afternoon.
After Harker score a run in the second and added two more in the third to close 9-3, Mercy (5-3 WBAL Foothill, 9-12 overall) extended its lead to 11-3 on a two-run blast by Alexis Luciano. Sabrina Miller then capped the scoring for the Crusaders by hitting a three-run bomb in the bottom of the sixth.
Erin Dougherty added four hits for Mercy in the win as well.
Notre Dame-Belmont 3, Gunn 0
Lindsey Mifsud pitched a shutout in a non-league win over the Titans, limiting Gunn to just five hits.
Notre Dame (11-7 overall) scored single runs in the first, third and fifth innings. The Tigers were led by Sofia Magnani, Sofia Reyes and Mifsud, who each drove in a run. Megan Cosgrove added a pair of hits for Notre Dame in the win.
The Central Coast Section team tournament kicks off Wednesday with no fewer than six San Mateo County teams making the draw.
All matches begin at 3 p.m.
Menlo School was, once again, selected the No. 1 seed and will have a first-round bye. The Knights (17-3) will host the winner of St. Francis-Leland in a second-round match Friday.
Menlo-Atherton (17-4) and Serra (13-5) will also have first-round byes as seeded teams. The Bears garnered the No. 3 seed and will face either Homestead (16-0) or Pioneer (6-6) Friday in Atherton. The Padres were awarded the No. 6 seed and will play either Los Gatos (13-6) or St. Ignatius (13-5) at College of San Mateo Friday.
In first-round action Wednesday, PAL tournament champion Aragon (13-6) will host Robert Louis Stevenson-Pebble Beach (6-6). Crystal Springs (12-5) will be on the road at Seascape Tennis Club in Aptos to take on 16-1 Santa Cruz, while Sacred Heart Prep (12-10) will host Mitty (15-5).