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2015 Boys Baseball Archive Stories

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  • Beckman takes step forward with win over CdM BY JOHNNY NAVARRETTE
    At the beginning of the season, Beckman coach Kevin Lavalle said it would take some time for his young team to reach its potential. If the past two games are any indication, that time has come. The Patriots defeated visiting Corona del Mar, 11-5, in a Pacific Coast League matchup Tuesday afternoon. It was Beckman’s s
    Tue Mar 31, 2015
  • Mission Viejo hands No. 1 San Clemente its first loss BY NATHAN PERCY
    SAN CLEMENTE - San Clemente's baseball team had plenty of answers when facing deficits last week in the prestigious National High School Invitational in North Carolina, but Mission viejo left-hander Patrick Sandoval proved to be unsolvable Tuesday. The Vanderbilt commit threw a complete-game shutout, allowing only two hits while s
    Tue Mar 31, 2015
  • OCVarsity Dugout: A look at the O.C. tournaments
    OC Varsity's Steve Fryer and Jonathan Khamis travel to Glover Stadium to discuss the Anaheim Lions tournament and preview the upcoming Ryan Lemmon Invitational. Also, interviews with Dana Hills' Tom Faris and Luke Williams.
    Tue Mar 31, 2015
  • Hot Shots baseball: Orange vs. Katella (3-30-15)
    Check out the Register’s photos from the Orange vs. Katella baseball game played on Monday (March 30, 2015).
    Tue Mar 31, 2015
  • Boys scholar-athlete: Steven Cotton, Ocean View BY DAMIAN CALHOUN
    STEVEN COTTON OCEAN VIEW BASEBALL GPA: 5.04 The senior pitcher/designated hitter has a 2-1 record with a 1.73 ERA and 25 strikeouts. He is in the Full Diploma program for an International Baccalaureate degree at Ocean View. His schedule includes IB theory of knowledge, IB Spanish 4, IB
    Tue Mar 31, 2015
  • Fryer: Injury hurt, but San Clemente still strong BY STEVE FRYER
    If the reaction to Kolby Allard’s back injury was “there goes San Clemente’s season,” well, the season is going just fine. The Tritons won the National High School Invitational, probably the best high school baseball tournament in the nation, last week in Cary, N.C. They took home the 3-foot-tall trophy aft
    Mon Mar 30, 2015
  • O.C. baseball top 10 (3-30-15) BY STEVE FRYER
    REGISTER MEDIA POLL (Records through Sunday) 1. San Clemente, 12-0 (48 poll points) Tritons take over the top spot after winning the prestigious National High School Invitational. 2. JSerra, 9-1 (47) Lions, last week’s No. 1 team, lost its NHSI opener, 1-0, then won three
    Mon Mar 30, 2015
  • Baseball AOW: Chris Puckett, San Clemente BY STEVE FRYER
    Chris Puckett San Clemente The senior had six hits and drove in four runs in four games to help the Tritons win the National High School Invitational in Cary, N.C. The 5-foot-10, 195-pound second baseman/pitcher allowed one earned run over six innings as the Tritons beat Huntington Beach, 5-1, on Friday. He had two
    Mon Mar 30, 2015
  • CIF-SS baseball polls (3-23-15)
    The CIF-SS did not release new baseball polls on Monday (March 30). It says it won't release a new batch of polls until April 13. These are the polls from Monday (March 23, 2015). (The voting is done by the Baseball Advisory Committee.) BASEBALL DIVISION 11.
    Mon Mar 30, 2015
  • Hot Shots: Friday's baseball (3-27-15)
    Check out OCVarsity’s photos from two baseball games - Estancia-Laguna Beach and La Habra-Sunny Hills - played on Friday, March 27, 2015.
    Mon Mar 30, 2015
  • El Dorado finds way past El Modena in 8 innings BY NICK SELBE
    ORANGE – After allowing the tying run to score in the bottom of the seventh inning, El Dorado came to bat in the eighth looking to snap a two-inning hitless streak and get a rally going. That hit did not come, but thanks to four El Modena errors, the Golden Hawks scored four runs en route to a 6-2 Crestview League win Friday at El
    Fri Mar 27, 2015
  • Aliso Niguel's Nocon shuts out No. 3 Dana Hills BY NATHAN PERCY
    ALISO VIEJO – It wasn’t the pitching matchup that most anticipated, but Aliso Niguel starter Zak Nocon certainly played his part. The junior right-hander stymied No. 3 Dana Hills with his off-speed pitches and Blake Sabol provided all the offense No. 7 Aliso Niguel needed for a 1-0 South Coast League win Friday
    Fri Mar 27, 2015
  • Navarro's run in 7th lifts Fountain Valley BY ANDREW TURNER
    FOUNTAIN VALLEY – Fountain Valley has a rich baseball history. Major league pitchers C.J. Wilson, Chris Tillman and Casey Janssen are a testament to the talent that has come through the Barons’ program. This year, Fountain Valley’s roster is limited in its varsity experience, but that doesn&
    Fri Mar 27, 2015
  • Sunny Hills tops La Habra after shaky start BY ZACH CAVANAGH
    LA HABRA - – Sunny Hills starting pitcher Jeff James only threw one strike in his first 13 pitches to load the bases against La Habra on Friday. The game was on the edge of getting away from the Lancers before it barely started. James induced a 1-2-3 double play to get out of the jam and drove in three runs to lead S
    Fri Mar 27, 2015
  • Northwood rallies from three runs down BY TIM BURT
    IRVINE - – Northwood’s baseball team cashed in some breaks and rallied from a three-run deficit to defeat Woodbridge, 5-3, in a Pacific Coast League game Friday afternoon at Ryan Lemmon Stadium. “It was a game where two teams competed well and the ball went our way a few times,” Northwood coach Rob Stuart s
    Fri Mar 27, 2015
  • Fryer: Challenges continue for No. 1 Diablos BY STEVE FRYER
    It’s been a challenging and successful March for Mission Viejo’s softball team. How does April look? Also challenging. The Diablos, undefeated going into Thursday’s game against Santa Margarita and No. 1 in county, state and national rankings, play in the Michelle Carew Classic that begins Wednesday. The tournam
    Thu Mar 26, 2015
  • OCVarsity On the Record: volleyball, baseball and Wrestlemania By BRIAN WHITEHEAD and DAMIAN CALHOUN
    Welcome back to OCVarsity On the Record with Brian Whitehead and Damian Calhoun. This week, the guys are joined by OCVarsity's Jonathan Khamis, who chimes in on all things spring sports. Damian leads by talking boys volleyball. Which players earned first-team laurels at the recent O.C. Championships? Which Or
    Thu Mar 26, 2015
  • Hot Shots: Wednesday's baseball (3-25-15)
    Check out a slideshow of photos from the Mission Viejo vs. San Juan Hills baseball game played on Wednesday, March 25, 2015.
    Thu Mar 26, 2015
  • Hot Shots: Tuesday's baseball (3-24-15)
    Check out a slideshow of photos from two baseball games -- Beckman vs. University and Saddleback vs. Laguna Beach -- played on Tuesday, March 24, 2015.
    Thu Mar 26, 2015
  • Aliso Niguel's bats do number on Tesoro BY ANDREW TURNER
    LAS FLORES – Aliso Niguel’s Kyle Molnar knows that his job does not change each time he takes the mound. His coaches have told him to pitch to contact and not to worry about cranking up the velocity. That mentality is a little easier to accept when the Wolverines’ bats are as hot as they were in Wednesday
    Thu Mar 26, 2015
  • Fryer: Depth might be Dana Hills' biggest weapon BY STEVE FRYER
    Dana Hills coach Tom Faris had a problem nominating a Dolphin for player of the week. He had too many candidates. Faris went with pitcher/first baseman/outfielder Marrick Crouse, who had a fine week on the mound and in the batter’s box. He could have gone with catcher/first baseman Jay Schuyler,
    Mon Mar 23, 2015
  • Baseball AOW: Marrick Crouse, Dana Hills BY STEVE FRYER
    MARRICK CROUSE DANA HILLS He pitched a one-hit shutout in a South Coast League win over Tesoro and went 5 for 10 for the week with the bat for the Dolphins. In the win over Tesoro, Crouse struck out nine and walked two. He also had two hits in two at bats. Crouse had three hits, two RBIs and a stolen base in a doubl
    Mon Mar 23, 2015
  • Baseball O.C. Top 10 (3-23-15) BY STEVE FRYER
    REGISTER MEDIA POLL (Records through Sunday) 1. JSerra, 6-0 (50 poll points) Preseason No. 1 playing like it, swept doubleheaders against Cypress and Huntington Beach last week. 2. San Clemente, 6-1 (45) Loara Tournament champ beat Trabuco Hills and swept Pacifica in doubleheade
    Mon Mar 23, 2015
  • El Toro stuns No. 5 Aliso Niguel with rally in 7th BY DAN ALBANO
    ALISO VIEJO - El Toro baseball coach Mike Gonzales called it a character-revealing victory. In the seventh inning alone Friday, the Chargers showed a few qualities that fit that description as snug as the final out: resilient, gritty and selfless. All would have done justice to El Toro’s 7-5 victory over No. 5 Aliso Niguel
    Fri Mar 20, 2015
  • San Clemente loses Allard to injury, but beats Trabuco Hills BY NATHAN PERCY
    SAN CLEMENTE - Midway through its Sea View League opener Friday against Trabuco Hills, No. 2 San Clemente received word that its standout pitcher, Kolby Allard, would be out of action for a while. The Tritons’ senior left-hander, considered one of the top pro prospects in the nation, felt tightness in his back Tuesday and sen
    Fri Mar 20, 2015