The Inland Valley Buccaneers defeated Southern Nevada 5-0 on Saturday afternoon at Cal Poly Pomona.
The Bucs pitching staff was sensational allowing just two hit and no runs.
Daniel Sandoval got things off to a right start with two strong innings.
Alex Bernstein notched the victory tossing a flawless third, while striking out two.
Chris Ghosn and Jacob Taylor hurled the fourth and fifth innings respectively and both earned a hold.
Logan Lannon slammed the door shut en route to a save for the final two innings.
The Bucs jumped out to a 1-0 lead in the third inning when DJ Daniels knocked in Tristan Chamberlain.
In the sixth inning, Inland Valley plated four more runs.
Blake Vandegrift, Anthony Seminaris and Connor Steer each contributed one RBI. Hershel Gardner, Shamon Moss, Kevin Riley and Vandegrift all scored.
The Bucs take on the Pirates next on Monday at Cal Poly Pomona in their first SCCBL contest of the season.