Alta Loma had one last tune-up before opening Palomares League play next week.
And the Braves claimed an 8-2 victory over Diamond Bar.
Adam Abboud got the loss.
He surrendered three runs on three hits in 1 2/3 innings.
Abboud walked two and fanned four.
The Braves got three runs on four hits against Carlos Cornejo, and scored twice off Ryan Lewis on five hits.
Andrew Galindo went 3-for-4 with two doubles and three RBIs.
Daniel Martinez tripled, walked three times and scored a pair of runs.
Evan Salcido singled twice and scored.
Benjamin Lauten went 2-for-4 with an RBI and run scored.
Salcido was credited with the win after going two scoreless innings and allowing three hits.
Dominic Paris surrendered two runs on five hits over his four innings.
Paris struck out a pair of Brahmas’ batters.
Connor Morlock provided a scoreless and hitless inning of work, and striking out one.
David Fiallo went 3-for-4 with a double, run and RBI.
Jakes Mestas singled, doubled and drove in a run.
Isaac Insuasti singled and scored.
Up next: The Braves open Palomares League play on Tuesday at Bonita.
Win: Evan Salcido
Loss: Adam Abboud
3B: Daniel Martinez (AL)
2B: Jake Mestas (DB), David Fiallo (DB); Andrew Galindo (AL)
Records: Diamond Bar (3-7); Alta Loma (5-1-1)
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