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  • High School Baseball: CdM misses against Beckman

    High School Baseball: CdM misses against Beckman
    The start and finish aren't normally an issue for Evan Larsen. In seven of his past nine starts, he's gone the distance for Corona del Mar High. The junior earned his 10th start of the season on Tuesday. And in a crucial baseball game with Pacific Coast...
  • High School Baseball: Sailors fall again

    High School Baseball: Sailors fall again
    No one could catch the rabbit on Newport Harbor High's baseball field on Wednesday. The home team also had a tough time catching a couple of balls hit in center field. The center fielder lost the ball in the sun in the fourth and fifth innings,...
  • Briefs: UCI's Smolinski named Big West Coach of the Year in men's golf

    UC Irvine's Paul Smolinski has been named 2015 Big West Conference Coach of the Year after leading the Anteaters to the league title. This is the eighth time Smolinski has earned the award, the most by any Big West coach in men's golf. He also received...
  • College Roundup: OCC baseball falls to Glendale, 13-0

    BASEBALL Glendale 13, Orange Coast 0 GLENDALE — The visiting Pirates managed just two hits and made four errors that led to seven unearned runs against starting pitcher Art Vidrio in the opener of the best-of-three Super Regional round of the...
  • Community College Baseball: Pirates remain alive

    GLENDALE — For more than a year, the Orange Coast College baseball team was impossible to beat in the playoffs. But after an 11-game postseason winning streak was snapped on Friday, the Pirates proved Saturday that they are equally difficult to...
  • College Baseball: 'Eaters even series

    It was a doozy of a hiccup, but the manner in which UC Irvine pitcher Matt Esparza caught his breath Saturday was impressive indeed. Esparza's ability to withstand a five-run third inning helped the Anteaters post a 9-6 victory over visiting Cal Poly...
  • College Roundup: Vanguard baseball wins twice in NAIA Opening Round

    BASEBALL NAIA Opening Round SANTA CLARITA — Vanguard University, the No. 5 seed in the five-team Santa Clarita Bracket, won twice on Tuesday to advance to Wednesday action at The Master's College. The Lions topped Cal State San Marcos, 4-2, in...
  • High School Roundup: CdM baseball clinches second in PCL

    BASEBALL Corona del Mar 4, Northwood 0 Evan Larsen pitched a complete-game, three-hit shutout, striking out seven and walking one to help the Sea Kings clinch second place in the Pacific Coast League on Tuesday. Larsen, who earned his ninth win of...
  • High School Softball: Mesa blasts Saddleback

    SANTA ANA — It has been a breakthrough season so far for the Costa Mesa High softball team. Last week the Mustangs beat cross-town rival Estancia, 7-6, breaking a 10-game losing streak against the Eagles. Costa Mesa, which managed just two...
  • College Baseball: Grand slam topples 'Eaters

    The UC Irvine baseball team would have done well to take inspiration from its bat boy on Tuesday night. Darius Turner, the 8-year-old son of Anteaters' men's basketball coach Russell Turner, was hit by a sharp foul grounder into the third-base dugout in...
  • High School Roundup: Sage boys' tennis opens playoffs with win

    BOYS' TENNIS Sage Hill 15, Servite 3 The Lightning swept in doubles in the first round of the CIF Southern Section Division 2 playoffs Wednesday at The Tennis Club. Shayan Emtiaz and Ash Etdali won all three of their sets by 6-0 scores for Sage Hill....
  • College Baseball: Lions continue historic run

    SANTA CLARITA — The murmurs in the stands are growing louder and more frequent about the Vanguard University baseball team. "Where did this team come from?" one spectator asked turning to another Wednesday at The Master's College, site of one of...