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  • Softball: Camarena small but mighty for Eagles

    Softball: Camarena small but mighty for Eagles
    Estancia High senior Karina Camarena may have been born to be a leader. At the very least, responsibility was drilled into Camarena at a young age by her mother, Maria Heredia. "My mom always wanted to educate me in the way that I will be able to take...
  • College Baseball: Vanguard wins World Series opener

    LEWISTON, Idaho — Senior pitcher Sean Isaac threw a complete-game four-hitter to lead Vanguard University to a 3-1 baseball win over Lindsey Wilson of Kentucky in the opener of the NAIA World Series at Lewis-Clark State College on Friday. Junior...
  • High School Baseball: Super helps Sage Hill advance

    High School Baseball: Super helps Sage Hill advance
    On the white dry erase board in the Sage Hill School dugout, Coach Dominic Campeau wrote "4 more to go." Four more to go as in the number of games Sage Hill must win to claim its first CIF Southern Section baseball title. The Lightning got the first one...
  • High School Baseball: Sea Kings stunned at home

    High School Baseball: Sea Kings stunned at home
    Not often has Evan Larsen allowed three or more runs in an inning this year. It had only happened twice in 75 2/3 innings. On Thursday, in Larsen's CIF Southern Section playoff debut with Corona del Mar High, the right-hander gave up three runs in the...
  • High School Softball: Eagles bow out

    GARDEN GROVE — Coming into the season, Estancia High softball Coach Carrie Lester didn't quite know what to expect. The Eagles lost three of four infielders, as well as their pitcher and catcher, to graduation. Calling this year's team young would...
  • Baseball: OCC pitcher all about bottom line

    Baseball: OCC pitcher all about bottom line
    Dominic Purpura has become what he always wants to be: King of the hill. But the Orange Coast College pitcher wants the label to apply beyond the baseball diamond, where his heroics on the mound have helped lead the Pirates back to the four-team state...
  • College Baseball: Vanguard's Rojas in the comfort zone

    College Baseball: Vanguard's Rojas in the comfort zone
    Faith allows Jose Rojas to trust that things happen for a reason. But when it comes to individual and team success on the baseball diamond, he isn't willing to leave anything to chance. The Vanguard University shortstop has made things happen at both of...
  • College Baseball: Bruins handle 'Eaters

    The discouraging trends continue for the UC Irvine baseball team, which will enter its final Big West Conference series on Thursday looking for a foothold. After a 13-3 nonconference drubbing by No. 2-ranked UCLA in their final home game of the season...
  • Baseball: OCC bound for Fresno

    Baseball: OCC bound for Fresno
    SANTA BARBARA — The dugout roofs at Santa Barbara City College's baseball field are covered with curved clay tiles reminiscent of the Mission Revival architecture popular throughout California and the West. Orange Coast College might have borrowed...
  • College Roundup: OCC's Smythe third in 800

    MEN'S TRACK & FIELD State championships SAN MATEO — Orange Coast College freshman Eamon Smythe earned All-American honors by finishing third in the 800 meters at the meet that was completed Saturday at the College of San Mateo. Smythe's time of 1...
  • High School Softball: Estancia wins a wild one

    TEMPLETON — Maya Van Den Heever backhanded the low line drive at third base for the final out, then immediately let out a scream of joy. These were not the same emotions Van Den Heever was feeling earlier Tuesday, as she and the Estancia High...
  • Community College Baseball: Pirates pack punch

    SANTA BARBARA — In 23 seasons as the baseball coach at Orange Coast College, John Altobelli has distinguished himself as a master tactician with the ability to motivate and develop his players. But apparently, his exit strategy needs a little...