Greg Saldate pitched four scoreless inning and had a key three-run double in the sixth to lift Alhambra to a 7-6 win over Montebello in an Almont League showdown Friday afternoon. Saldate (4-0) picked up his second victory of the week. He threw 42 pitches, bringing his week’s total to 112 in 10 innings. Alhambra’s (11-1, 5-0) rally in the sixth started when freshman Chuy Lopez hit a home run to left field. Montebello (8-2, 5-1) pitcher Alex Guerrero got the next two batters out on a pop up and a grounder, but the third out was hard to come by. Juan Morales singled to center as did Luis Solis, who connected on a 3-2 pitch, prompting Montebello coach Ralph Gutierrez to make a pitching change. Jose Matos, however, got off to a rough start, issuing a four-pitch walk to Beltran to load the bases. Enter Saldate. Frankie Wright’s two-run double in the first gave the Moors a 3-2 lead. Montebello came right back with three runs in the second on Robert Zamorano’s two-run double to make it 4-3. Michael Maldonado hit a single to left to score Zamorano and make it 5-3. Montebello loaded the bases in the seventh after Robert Zamorano singled. Guerrero then doubled, putting runners on the corners before Michael Maldonado drew a walk to load the bases. Alhambra’s Vailele Peko, who entered to close the seventh, got the next two batters to pop up. A wild pitch allowed Zamorano to score. Peko picked up the save after getting the next batter to pop up. Fittingly, Saldate made the catch for the final out.