Panthers Beat Monrovia
March 20, 2014 • 980 views
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Rosemead pitcher Dominic Correa fired a complete game, allowing just two hits while striking out five, to carry the Panthers to a 4-2 win over Monrovia Monday in the Arcadia Elks Tournament.
Correa retired five of seven leadoff men, and dealt first-pitch strikes to 20 of the 29 batters he faced in a commanding effort.
Angel Lopez, Anthony Parra, Matthew Campos, Dillon Wehrung, and Marcus Gomez each slapped singles during the game for the Panthers. Armani Garcia hit one of his own for an RBI in the first inning, while Oscar Noriega delivered big with a two out, two run double in the fourth inning.
Rosemead travels to Temple City Wednesday to continue action in the Elks tourney.