And down the stretch they come.
The conclusion of the Hard 9 National Classic and Ryan Lemmon Invitational tournaments this week means that the baseball season is all about league games from now until the playoffs begin May 20.
Some teams are right where they were expected to be in their league standings. Sonora is on top in the
ANAHEIM – There are eight games remaining in the regular season for the Savanna baseball team.
Coach Rick Parmenter hopes Friday’s effort was a glimpse of what the rest of the season has in store for the Rebels.
Savanna, behind a complete game from sophomore Michael Kashou and a three-RBI game from Ra
HUNTINGTON BEACH – Some pitchers tend to pitch, others tend to throw.
In his first two seasons at Huntington Beach, you could have put Noah Davis’ name in the thrower category.
Davis split time between shortstop and pitcher on the freshmen team before being moved to the mound full time as a sophomore, his first
WESTMINSTER – Segerstrom wreaked havoc Friday with a simple but effective attack.
The Jaguars banged out 17 hits – 16 of them were singles – in a 14-1 pounding of Westminster in a Golden West League baseball game at Westminster.
Marco Tovias knocked in five runs, and Javier Rosales had a pair of hi
Huntington Beach defeated Valley Christian 3-2 to win the Hard 9 National Classic.
The Oilers' Jarrett Anton had 2 RBI.
Interviews with Anton and head coach Benji Medure.
Video by Jonathan Khamis, OCVars
Taking a look around Orange County high school sports:
• Another University tennis player will try to make Ojai Tournament history when the event starts Wednesday. Uni’s Drew Dawson attempts to become the first three-time boys doubles champion since Charles Rogers of Los Angeles High won three in a row from 1907-
Clutch hitting, solid fielding and superb pitching has been a calling card for the Huntington Beach baseball team all season long.
The Oilers were able to string together those three components Thursday night in the Hard 9 National Classic title game at Cal State Fullerton, and once again it produced a favorable result.
The Ryan Lemmon Invitational started off with a no-hitter from Trabuco Hills. Pitching continued to define the tournament as San Juan Hills had three pitchers combine to toss a no-hitter in the later rounds. But the championship game was defined by one big hit.
Robbie Espinosa drove in three runs with a double in the third inning,
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The Ryan Lemmon Invitational's championship game is Yorba Linda vs. Trabuco Hills at Windrow Park's Ryan Lemmon Stadium at 7 p.m. on Wednesday.
Trabuco Hills beat San Juan Hills in one semifinal Tuesday, Yorba Linda beat Empire League rival Valencia in the other.
The Lemmon consolation championship game Wednesday at 4 p.m.. has W
Carter Kimberly was, as John Fogerty sang it, a-roundin’ third and headed for home.
Then he stumbled.
Kimberly righted himself to sprint the final 85 feet and score the winning run for Yorba Linda on Brent Schuber’s two-out hit in the bottom of the seventh inning. The Mustangs beat Valencia, 4-3,
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Three pitchers combined for the first no-hitter in San Juan Hills history Monday night as the Stallions defeated Redondo, 1-0, in the Ryan Lemmon Invitational.
Michael Carr (1-0), in his second start back from an Achilles' injury, threw five strong innings for the Stallions (11-7). He struck out seven and walked five.
This week's CIF-SS baseball rankings.
The voting is done by the coaches.
DIVISION 11. Huntington Beach2. Loyola3. JSerra4. West Ranch5. Hart6. Harvard-Westlake7. Edison8. Alemany9. Trabuco Hills10. Norco
A look at Orange County baseball:
• Dana Hills coach Tom Faris knew his team would be good, but he was unsure how good, before the season began. The Dolphins are in an excellent league, the five-team Sea View League that also has Aliso Niguel and San Clemente in it. The Dolphins are ranked third in Orange County and take a 14
He went 8 for 11 with two home runs, three doubles, seven RBIs and four runs scored. Fletcher, a sophomore outfielder who bats and throws left-handed, is being recruited by Arkansas, Cal State Fullerton, Florida, Oregon and UCLA. He was a starer on Cypress’ 2013 team that won the CIF-S
Trabuco Hills' pitcher Matt Torretto threw a no-hitter in a 4-0 win over Tustin in the opening game of the Ryan Lemmon Invitational.
Interviews with Torretto and head coach Michael Burns.
Video by Jonathan Khami
ANAHEIM – When Esperanza’s Sammy Jones smacked a curling line drive toward Foothill shortstop Dylan Doherty, Knights coach Vince Brown didn’t think he could get up high enough to get it.
“Our middle infield is vertically challenged,” Brown said. “I was jumping hoping I could help h