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    Baseball: Borowski resigns at Ocean View

    June 15th, 2015, 9:14 am by By STEVE FRYER

    Shane Borowski has resigned as baseball coach at Ocean View.

    Borowski coached Ocean View for 10 seasons. During his tenure, the Seahawks won a CIF chamionship, in 2010, and five league championships. His record at Ocean View is 162-112-1.

    Borowski explained his decision in an email that included, "I feel that it's time for a little break away from the HS baseball scene.  Nothing is wrong, the parents are great, the (administration) is very supportive, it's actually a great situation to be in for the next coach, I just need to take some time off and re-charge my baseball batteries."

    Coaches work long, long hours with much of the time spent on duties that are outside of what goes on from the first through the last inning of a game.

    Borowski also has been an assistant coach at Anaheim and Valencia.

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    Baseball: Saturday games

    May 15th, 2015, 7:38 pm by By STEVE FRYER

    Four games are on the Orange County baseball schedule Saturday (May 16).

    Garden Grove at Santiago, and Rancho Alamitos at La Quinta.Both at 9 a.m.

    Those Garden Grove League games are make-up games from Thursday. Both games were underway Thursday when rains forced postponement. Both must start from the beginning (according to the league constitution), which is bad news for Grove, which was leading Santiago, 4-0, and La Quinta, which was leading Rancho, 3-2.

    There all kinds of playoff scenarios from those games, too many to recount here. It is complicated.

    Also Saturday: JSerra at Santa Margarita at 9 a.m.; Servite at Mater Dei, 9 a.m.

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    Baseball, softball: Saturday games OK'd

    May 14th, 2015, 2:41 pm by By STEVE FRYER

    The CIF-Southern Section announced this afternoon that Saturday games can be played if needed to break ties in standings, if those tiebreaking games are needed to determine leagues' playoff representation.

    According to the Blue Book, which is the CIF-SS Constitution, Friday (May 15) is the final day that baseball and softball games can be played. Leagues generally do not schedule games for Friday in the final week of the regular season, so that any tiebreaker games can be added to the schedule for Friday.

    With rain today and more expected Friday, the CIF-SS office allows Saturday games to be played but, as mom would have said, "just this one time."

    Here is how the CIF-SS office lays it out ...

    1.    Schools must request from this office (CIF-SS) on Friday permission to play on Saturday and only if the weather has created an unplayable situation.
    2.    Schools requesting permission must have a valid reason for playing that game, for example to decide league entry placement.
    3.    Schools granted permission must start their game no later than 9:00 a.m. and league entries are due by Noon for those leagues with teams granted permission to play on Saturday.
    4.    If on Saturday their field is unplayable they must have a back-up facility already in place or that game will not be allowed to be played.

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    Baseball: Some games with big implications

    May 14th, 2015, 12:32 pm by By STEVE FRYER

    There are a few playoff berths to be settled. A look at a couple of leagues ...

    Empire -- Cypress is the league champion and will go to the Division 1 playoffs as the league's No. 1 playoff representative. If today Pacifica (6-3 in league) beats Valencia (5-4), Pacifica is the league's No. 3 team -- the league's final playoff berth. If Valencia beats Pacifica, they both finish 6-4 in league. The first tiebreaker is how those teams did vs. the league champion. Valencia was 1-1 vs. Cypress, Pacifica was 0-2. So, a Valencia win today gives the Tigers the No. 3 spot. Tustin is going to the playoffs, but whether as a No. 2 or No. 3 is to be determined.

    Note: Valencia-Pacifica rained out; awaiting rescheduling information.

    Trinity League -- JSerra and Orange Lutheran are 1-2, respectively. Up for grabs between Mater Dei (7-7 in league) and Santa Margarita (6-8) is the No. 3 berth, the final playoff berth in the Trinity League. If Mater Dei beats Servite today, then Mater Dei is the league's No. 3 team. If Santa Margarita beats JSerra and Mater Dei loses, then Santa Margarita and Mater Dei finish at 7-8 each. As Santa Margarita won two of three against Mater Dei, Santa Margarita would go as the No. 3 team.

    Note: Servite at Mater Dei has been rescheduled for Friday, 6 p.m., at Mater Dei. JSerra at Santa Margarita was moved to a Saturday, 9 a.m. start.

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    Baseball: Fryer's top 10

    May 11th, 2015, 10:25 am by By STEVE FRYER

    The Register's Orange County Media Poll, the county top 10 we publish, is a poll of five media members. I am one of the five voters. Here is how I voted. It is not the final top 10, just one vote of five.

    How I voted today ...


    1. JSerra (22-4-1), 2. Huntington Beach (19-8), 3. San Clemente (21-6), 4. Orange Lutheran (19-8), 5. Aliso Niguel (17-11), 6. Dana Hills (23-6), 7. Fountain Valley (19-9), 8. Tesoro (19-8), 9. Mission Viejo (19-10), 10. El Dorado (18-8).

    Also considered (alphabetical order): Beckman (16-8); Capistrano Valley (11-16-1 – yeah, I see that record, but CV still in the hunt for championship of an excellent league, the South Coast); Cypress (19-7); Foothill (20-7); and Santa Margarita (16-11).

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    Baseball: The Rain Effect

    May 8th, 2015, 12:21 pm by By STEVE FRYER

    As of 12:25 p.m., we know that Misson Viejo at San Clemente, Capistrano Valley at Dana Hills and Fountain Valley at Huntington Beach will be played today as scheduled.

    Rain/wet grounds have postponed these games: Foothill at Yorba Linda; University at Northwood; SA Valley at Magnolia; Calvary Chapel at Laguna Beach; and El Modena at El Dorado.

    El Modena-El Dorado will be played Saturday at 2 p.m. at El Dorado HS.

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    Baseball: Capo, Mission players choose colleges

    May 7th, 2015, 2:13 pm by By STEVE FRYER

    Capistrano Valley outfielder Ryan Hinojosa will go to Cal Poly Pomona and Cougars first baseman Trevor Willits is headed to Champman University, Capo Valley coach Bob Zamora announced today.

    Mission Viejo outfielder Matt Rhylick also is headed to Chapman, Mission Viejo coach Chris Ashbach announced.

    Hinojosa leads the Cougars in hits with 27. Willits is team leader in runs scored with 18. Rhylick leads the Diablos in RBIs with 18.

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    Baseball: Fryer's top 10

    May 4th, 2015, 12:03 pm by By STEVE FRYER

    The top 10 is a poll of media members. This is how I voted. This is not the final top 10. This is only one of five ballots. It is my ballot. This is not the ocvarsity.com top 10, or the Regsiter media poll's final top 10 for this week. Just one vote.

    1. JSerra (20-4 overall, 7-2 league); 2. Huntington Beach (16-7, 8-1); 3. Dana Hills (22-5, 4-4); 4. San Clemente (18-6, 7-1); 5. Orange Lutheran (17-7, 5-4); 6. Aliso Niguel (16-10, 6-4); 7. Fountain Valley (18-8, 7-4); 8. Tesoro (18-7, 5-5); 9. El Dorado (17-7, 8-0); 10. Mission Viejo (19-8, 7-1).

    Considered: Cypress (17-9, 5-1); Foothill (19-7, 8-0); Los Alamitos (12-11, 5-5); Santa Margarita (15-9, 5-4)

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    CIF-SS Council Meeting

    April 28th, 2015, 4:00 pm by By STEVE FRYER

    The CIF-Southern Section Council, the section's rules-making body, meets Wednesday to take on a few interesting proposals.

    One would expand the number of teams in the CIF State girls volleyball playoffs in the regionals rounds. Instead of the current eight teams in divisions 1-5, the regionals would have 16-team brackets. An Open Division at the state level would be created, too (there is no Open Division in CIF-SS volleyball playoffs).

    Another volleyball proposal would disallow tryouts for club volleyball to not occur during the high school volleyball season.

    A volleyball proposal that was on the agenda and would have allowed sand volleyball to be played during the season of sport was pulled from the agenda Tuesday by the Trinity League which had created the proposal.

    A propsoal that would increase the number of maximum baseball contests from 20 a season to 30 will be voted upon. The way baseball tournament participation is talliled as part of the part of the maximum allowable contests would change.

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    Baseball: Fryer's top 10

    April 27th, 2015, 11:50 am by By STEVE FRYER

    The Register's Orange County top 10 is, like our football and boys basketball top 10s, a poll of media members. I have one of the five votes for the top 10 poll in baseball. How I voted today ...

    1. JSerra, 2. Huntington Beach, 3. Dana Hills, 4. Mission Viejo, 5. San Clemente, 6. Santa Margarita, 7. Orange Lutheran, 8. Fountain Valley, 9. Aliso Niguel, 10. Cypress

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