The Watsonville Wildcatz kept their perfect record intact in a three set sweep against the Carmel Padres.
The win was never in doubt in any set as they won the first 25-9, the second 25-10 and the third 25-14.
Armando Torres lead the Wildcatz with 17 kills and he also added eight digs and three blocks.
Ivan Mendez led the Catz in Assists with 25. Claudio Martinez had a game-high 16 digs.
The powerhouse Watsonville team will travel to Seaside today to face the Spartans. The last time they faced them Watsonville was tested, but ultimately took the win in four sets.
They’re just three games away from an undefeated record and the MBL title, which would be Watsonville’s first.
•Aptos 2, San Lorenzo Valley 0: All the Mariners needed were two runs in the first inning to come away with a 2-0 win over the San Lorenzo Valley Cougars on Tuesday evening.
Steve Eichhorn pitched a complete game and allowed just two hits to the Cougars. He struck out six batters in his outing.
Alex Joh went 1-3 with an RBI for the Mariners.
They play the Harbor High Pirates on Friday at Harbor High.
The win improved the Mariners record to 3-5 in SCCAL play.
•Cabrillo 10, Skyline 9: Cabrillo scored a late run in the eighth inning to take the lead and walked away with a 10-9 win against Skyline.
Julian Garcia got the win for the Seahawks and he allowed three hits and two runs in two and two thirds innings.
Mike Murano stepped to the mound in the ninth and finished the game off with a save for the Hawks.
Tyler Olivet finished 2-3 with three runs. Scott Mercer had three hits, two RBIs and two runs. Eric Vegas went 3-4 with two RBIs and two hits.
The Hawks will play Tuesday against Gavilan at home.
•Watsonville 6, North County 1: Watsonville High paid back North Monterey County on Wednesday afternoon with a 6-1 win.
David Ortiz was the winning pitcher for the Wildcatz and he went the distance striking out eight batters and giving up only three hits on his journey.
Ortiz also went 2-4 with a double and a run. Chris Rivera finished 2-4 as well and scored twice.
Jakob Lopez scored the Condors only run on the day and finished 1-3.
The Wildcatz are now 7-5 in MBL play and that puts them in a tie for second place with Seaside and Alvarez.
They play at Gilroy on Friday.
The Condors are 6-6 and will travel to Pajaro Valley on Friday.
•North County 9, Watsonville 6: It was a rocky day for both pitchers as NMC’s Danielle Blaylock and WHS’ Crystal Guzman gave up 32 combined hits on Wednesday afternoon.
Alicia Perez and Cori Key both had a home run for the Condors. Blaylock went 3-4 to go along with her six strikeouts. Kayla Dunlap and Allyson Hensley finished 2-3.
Aaliyah Ramirez had a home run for the Catz.
The Condors are still in the hunt for the MBL title at 5-1.
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