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High School Baseball

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  • High School Baseball: Eagles sweep Costa Mesa

    COSTA MESA — The Estancia High baseball team rang up its opponent well before the actual bell on the Paul Troxel Trophy at home plate. In three games against rival Costa Mesa this season, the Eagles pounded out 38 hits and 36 runs. They produced...
  • High School Baseball: Sailors fall to Fountain Valley

    NEWPORT BEACH — Weird things happened on a windy Wednesday afternoon at the Newport Harbor High baseball field. A couple of well-hit balls carried all the way out of the park. A couple of balls appeared foul down the left-field line, only to be...
  • CdM alumni game coming

    Corona del Mar High will have its annual alumni baseball game Feb. 19. The program does not charge for playing, but it will be accepting donations and contributions. The game will feature a team made up of players who played in 1999 or before against...
  • School district adapts student-coach conflict resolutions

    COSTA MESA — Under a new set of conflict resolution guidelines approved by the Board of Education earlier this month, parents should take a back seat when it comes to solving issues between their student-athletes and coaches at Newport-Mesa schools....
  • Rough ending for Tars

    CAMARILLO — Jack Grace asked for the baseball for the second time in three days in the CIF Southern Section Division I playoffs. Newport Harbor High first-year coach Patrick Murphy gave it to him to start Thursday. Who else was Murphy's best...
  • CdM wins title

    CORONA DEL MAR — Andrew McCormack arrived at Corona del Mar High six hours before the Sea Kings' baseball game. He was about to take the SAT at eight in the morning Saturday. The junior tried to focus on the exam, but he was not going to lie. He...
  • Sailors salvage split

    Sailors salvage split
    CORONA DEL MAR — The deuces truly were wild on Newport Harbor High junior Brendan Mestrin. There were two balls, two strikes, two outs and a 2-and-2 count. Mestrin, the second baseman who wears jersey No. 2 and bats second in the order, was trying...
  • Estancia drops opener

    COSTA MESA — It's true losses hurt, especially the setbacks in high school league play. So while Estancia's baseball team somewhat dealt with the pain of losing, the Eagles couldn't help but shrug after dropping a 5-1 Orange Coast League opener to...
  • Mustangs hold on for win

    COSTA MESA — On the back of the jerseys of Costa Mesa High's opponent were huge numbers. Through five innings Tuesday, the Mustangs had the big number that mattered most, eleven runs. The Mustangs were on their way at home to shutting out...
  • Can high school athletes succeed after playing multiple sports?

    When Miami Marlins outfielder Giancarlo Stanton signed the richest contract in North American sports history last week, it was irrefutable evidence validating the idea that teenagers who play multiple sports in high school can still fulfill their sports...
  • A special coach

    A special coach
    Outside a bowling lane, in the background, snapping pictures with his camera stood Alan Webb, an elderly man. He didn't have any children or grandchildren bowling. But he's connected to this group of children who were having fun at Irvine Lanes on a...
  • Test could keep injured athletes from returning too soon

    Test could keep injured athletes from returning too soon
    Laguna Beach High School athletic officials have another tool to gauge whether an athlete is ready to return to the game after a hit to the head. For the first time, students in all sports, including dance team members, will take a computer test to...