The Inland Valley Bucs took an 11-0 lead after scoring four runs in the top of the fifth inning.
And they would hold on for an 11-10 victory over the So Cal Shepherds in Sunday’s Best of the West slugfest.
The game would feature 21 runs, 24 hits and six pitchers.
Thirteen of the 24 hits were of the extra-base variety, including three home runs and 10 doubles.
SCS pitcher Sam Mueller got roughed up for 10 runs on seven hits in 4 2/ innings of work.
He walked four and struck out three IV Bucs batters.
Nate Campos-Jaramillo doubled, homered, scored twice and drove in a game-high six runs.
Dante Catalino walked twice, homered, scored three runs and had two RBIs.
Chad Green walked, doubled and scored a pair of runs.
Hayden Winters doubled and scored twice.
Christian Killian singled, doubled and drove in one run.
Connor Tallakson was credited with the win, allowing three runs on fours hits in his two innings on Sunday.
Aaron Zubiate walked, hit a solo HR and doubled, scored and drove in a run.
Alex Laureano singled, doubled, had one RBI and scored twice.
Shane Poe walked, singled, doubled, scored and had one RBI.
Andrew White went 2-for-4, with a double, two runs and one RBI.
Raul Soto Romero singled, doubled and drove in a pair of runs.
Rhett Stein walked and scored twice.
Brenden Coffindaffer singled twice, doubled, scored and had two RBIs.
Drew Salyers doubled, scored and drove in one run.
Win: Connor Tallakson
Loss: Sam Mueller
HR: Nate Campos-Jaramillo (IVB), Dante Catalino (IVB); Aaron Zubiate (SCS)
2B: Nate Campos-Jaramillo (IVB), Hayden Winters (IVB), Chad Green (IVB), Christian Killian (IVB); Andrew White (SCS), Shane Poe (SCS), Brenden Coffindaffer (SCS), Drew Salyers (SCS), Raul Soto-Romero, Alex Laureano (SCS)
Records: IVB (5-13); SCS (9-8)
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