Huntington Valley held a 3-2 lead heading into the bottom of the third inning but it was there that Ocean View took control.
Ocean View sent 17 batters to the plate to score 13 runs in the inning. One of the key hitters during the onslaught was Christian Catano. In his first of two at-bats in the inning, he singled with two out to drive in a couple of runs. In his second plate appearance, again coming with two out, his bases-loaded double brought in two more runs.
Starting pitcher Anthony Martinez went two innings and Trevor Windisch threw the top of the third for Ocean View.
"Our team is just real scrappy," Ocean View Manager Tony Cianca said. "Between some walks and hits, and Christian's two big hits, we were able to break the game open."
Ocean View went undefeated in district play. The road to the 10/11 division title included wins over Fountain Valley (18-3), Robinwood (12-0) and Huntington Valley (13-2 and 7-4).
Ocean View begins Section 10 All-Star play Saturday against District 68 champ South Mission Viejo. Game time is 1 p.m. and the double-elimination tournament is at Westminster Little League.
The Ocean View 10/11 All-Stars are Eric Anderson, Christian Catano, Justin Cianca, Jack Furry, Steven Kotkosky, Anthony Martinez, Dylan Palmer, Braydon Salzman, Ryo Takada, Noah Willis and Trevor Windisch. The team is managed by Tony Cianca and Coach Jose Martinez.
Saturday's game is a rematch between the two leagues, Tony Cianca said. Last year, at the 9/10 division level, Cianca coached the Ocean View All-Star team that defeated South Mission Viejo en route to the Section 10 championship. Cianca said that Anderson, Catano, Justin Cianca, Kotkosky and Anthony Martinez, were members of that 9/10 squad.