GLENDALE — To get to the championship game, the Crescenta Valley and Burbank Junior All-Star Baseball teams featured potent lineups capable of scoring at the drop of a hat.
A closer look at the District 16 Tournament results shows that each team had little difficulty reaching double digits with lineups capable of grinding out at-bats and putting the ball in play regularly. Crescenta Valley proved to have more in the tank.
Crescenta Valley finished with 15 hits, including a game-high four from center fielder Bryan Wang, to pick up a convincing 15-1 victory against Burbank in the tournament's championship contest at Scholl Canyon Ball Fields. The game was called after the fifth inning because of the 10-run rule.
Crescenta Valley, which scored 40 runs in three tournament games, will next compete in the Section 2 Tournament. Crescenta Valley will compete at 10 a.m. Saturday at Scholl.
"We've got good depth all the way through the lineup," said Wang, who had two singles and one home run and a double. "It's like one hit can lead to another.