The Golden Bears are 8-0 and in First Place in the Southwestern League
Temecula Valley scored a run in each of the first three innings. The three runs was all the Golden Bears would need. The Wolfpack scored two runs in the second inning before the offense went silent.
Senior Peyton Maple drove in junior Alex Householder for the Wolfpack’s first run. He was driven in by junior Cameron Mabee.
Senior Max Rangle started and gave way to sophomore James Wambold earned the victory for Temecula. The Cal State Fullerton commit pitched three innings, striking out 4 and didn’t give up a run. Senior Carson Frazier pitched a scoreless inning for the Golden Bears and got the save.
In other Southwestern league action, Vista Murrieta crushed cross town rivals, Murrieta Mesa 11-4.
Great Oak 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2
Temecula Valley 1 1 1 0 0 0 – 3
Photos by Jennifer Rangel