The Menlo Park Legends won their third game in as many days Thursday with a 7-2 win over the West Coast Kings at Canada College.
Patrick McColl had four hits in four at-bats to pace a 12-hit attack for the Legends (15-7-1). McColl raised his season average to .435. Sean Watkins had three hits, including a double and a triple. Phil Caulfield homered and had three RBIs.
The Legends overcame an early 2-0 deficit with two in the fourth and then blew the game open with eight in the fifth and four in the sixth.
The Legends rapped out 20 hits.
Turner Bishop had four hits and drove in seven runs. His grand slam capped the eight-run fifth. Chandler Bengtson also homered and had three hits.
On Tuesday, the Legends beat the South Bay Legacy 7-4. Bishop's RBI single in the third gave the team the lead for good. Elijah Saunders went the first six innings and got the win.
The Pacific Union Financial Capitalists won two of three in San Luis Obispo, taking the first two games 3-1 and 8-3 before losing the finale 6-3.
Kona Quiggle and Andrew Jacob Martinez had three hits apiece in the 8-3 win on Wednesday. Andrew Daschbach homered and drove in two runs.