Quiala (5-0) threw seven innings of just one run and six hits with six fans, and now he has won his first five starts of the season. The defeat was for Aldo Montes (3-2), punished with six scores and six hits in two innings and a third of performance.
Leandro Castro connected 4-3 with two runs produced and one scored, while Lorenzo Quintana connected 3-2 with two towers to lead the Caneros offense, which defined the match with a five-score attack in the third inning.
In Mexicali, Justin Williams hit a double tug in the fifth episode to give the Aguilas de Mexicali a tight 1-0 victory over the Mazatlan Deer.
David Reyes (1-1) withdrew five innings and two thirds without allowing runs to score the victory, while the reverse went to the record of Édgar Torres (2-1), despite tolerating only one run and seven hits in six episodes.
In Navojoa, Francisco Peguero connected a simple two-run tug to break a tie in the top of the ninth inning and the Naranjeros de Hermosillo defeated the Mayos 3-1.
Alex Powers (3-0) withdrew a blank entry with two fans to win the match. He lost Jesus Pirela (2-1), punished with two scores and two hits in a performance ticket.
In Zapopan, Art Charles connected 4-2 with a home run and two runs, while Carlos Sepulveda stacked four hits with two towers to guide the Yaquis of Ciudad Obregon to a 7-4 victory over the Charros de Jalisco.
Alex Delgado (1-3) took the victory after throwing five innings and two thirds, in which he admitted two scores and four hits with six fans. The defeat went to the record of Elih Villanueva (1-2), punished with five scores and nine hits in four episodes.
In Monterrey, Marco Jaime connected a simple two-scoring tug in a four-run attack in the seventh episode, which gave the Guasave Cottons a 4-3 victory over the Sultans.
Jake Paulson (2-3) achieved his second victory of the season thanks to a work of six innings and a third, in which he admitted three races and seven undisputed. The reverse was for Mitch Atkins (2-3), after allowing three scores and four hits in six episodes.
Culiacan now leads the circuit with a 16-9 mark, followed by Hermosillo (15-9), Jalisco (15-10), Los Mochis (14-11), Obregon (14-11), Monterrey (11-14), Mazatlan (11-14), Guasave (11-14), Navojoa (9-15) and Mexicali (8-17).