The Argos will play Serra High in Gardena.
Grove (23-3) only managed five hits in the 3-1 victory, but made good use of them. The Argonauts, champions of the Garden Grove League, scored twice in the bottom of the first inning of the game at their home field, then added an insurance run in the bottom of the fifth to counter the visitor’s sole tally.Eddie Carranza continued to pitch well for Grove, picking up his 13th win against one loss. He yielded eight hits and two walks, and struck out two.
Andrew Pactwa led the Argo offense with three hits in three at-bats, including a double. He scored one run. Chris Williams had a triple and scored one run.
The Argonauts advanced to the second round with a 3-1 win over Cathedral City last Thursday.
Westminster, however, lost its second round game, falling 4-2 to Peninsula on the road. The Lions led briefly with one run in the top of the second, and then fell behind 4-1. Another tally in the sixth wasn’t enough to close the gap.
Daniel Ramirez had one hit and scored a run; Chase Esquiviel had a hit and stole a base. The Lions finish the season 17-11 after taking second place in the Golden West League.
Westminster won its first round game defeating Paramount 3-0.