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High School Baseball

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  • CdM defense does trick

    CdM defense does trick
    CARSON — Corona del Mar High football defensive coordinator Dan O'Shea is not one to beat around the bush. The Sea Kings had a historic run this season, including their third straight CIF Southern Section Southern Division title. They didn't...
  • High School Roundup

    BOYS' VOLLEYBALL Corona del Mar def. Northwood IRVINE — Augie Miller led a balanced attack with 13 kills and two blocks as the Sea Kings completed an undefeated Pacific Coast League campaign Tuesday at Northwood. Ryan Moss had 10 kills for CdM...
  • Daily Pilot Male Athlete of the Year: Dependable Gentosi

    Daily Pilot Male Athlete of the Year: Dependable Gentosi
    Around this time four summers ago, Giovanni Gentosi mulled over what sports to try out for at Corona del Mar High. As a kid, he played many sports and his family supported him. Mom and dad were always there when he competed in the swimming pool, on...
  • High School Baseball Dream Team: Vetrovec buying in pays off for Sailors

     High School Baseball Dream Team: Vetrovec buying in pays off for Sailors
    When Evan Chalmers became the baseball coach at Newport Harbor High in December, the first player he reached out to was Shaun Vetrovec. This wasn't Chalmers' first go around with the Sailors, yet he needed Vetrovec on his side. The coach Chalmers...
  • Patriots control top spot after beating CdM.

    CORONA DEL MAR — As the carnage mounted Tuesday in his team's first-place Pacific Coast League baseball showdown with host Beckman High, Corona del Mar Coach John Emme had plenty of time to think what he could possibly say to his team afterward....
  • CdM shut out again

    CdM shut out again
    CORONA DEL MAR — In the same week, against the same team, the Corona del Mar High baseball put up the same number of zeros every inning. In all, 14 zeros. As the Sea Kings met near left field, trying to figure out how they failed to score in two...
  • High Schools: Title hopes alive

    High Schools: Title hopes alive
    Four of the five local high school baseball programs played their second game in the Beach Pit Classic on Monday. When the four-day tournament ends on Wednesday, Corona del Mar, Estancia, Newport Harbor and Costa Mesa will return to play in their...
  • Lemmon, Pyle help programs

    Guy Lemmon created the Ryan Lemmon Foundation 16 years ago to "enhance" high school baseball. Now, he's trying to save it. Lemmon, an Irvine resident, believes high school baseball and other high school sports face being eliminated because of a lack of...
  • Briefs: Tarbut V' Torah makes history

    The Tarbut V'Torah boys' soccer team defeated Saddleback Valley Christian, 4-0, on Tuesday, capping an undefeated San Joaquin League season and claiming the first outright league crown in program history. Dan Friedman and Zev Gollis each scored twice for...
  • Briefs: Jock to be honored

    UC Irvine two-time track All-American Charles Jock will be recognized at the San Diego Hall of Champions' 66th annual Salute to the Champions Dinner Wednesday night at the Town and Country Resort Hotel. Jock, a senior at UCI, is one of the honorees in...
  • Patriots start as No. 1

    The last time Beckman High's baseball team took the field, the game ended with a pile of bodies celebrating a CIF Southern Section Division 3 championship at Dodger Stadium. The Patriots open the new season on Thursday against Tesoro, but don't ask...
  • Mesa has rocky start

    COSTA MESA — It was chilly throughout the Costa Mesa High baseball team's season opener Thursday afternoon. But the Mustangs displayed a mix of temperatures on their diamond. They ran hot and cold. Some showed first-game jitters, but first-year...