College Spring Sports : MacArthur KOs District Rival, Teammate in Master’s 12-7 Victory

Mark MacArthur will remember the two home runs he hit to lead The Master’s College over Southern California College, 12-7, Wednesday at home.

He also will remember the five runs he drove in.

And he also will remember the NAIA District III baseball game for another reason.

MacArthur’s throw from shortstop in the third inning bounced and hit first baseman Jeff Holen in the right eye. Holen, who leads Master’s in home runs with nine, left the game but was not seriously injured.

MacArthur hit a three-run home run in the first as the Mustangs scored eight runs on five hits and three walks.

MacArthur added a two-run home run in the fourth.

Master’s (20-20, 9-6 in district play) has won 10 of its past 15 games.



Moorpark 1, Ventura 0--Malia Ouzts scored the only run of the game on Heidi Leal’s ground ball to second base to lift Moorpark to an eight-inning, Western State Conference win at Ventura.

Janeen Duncan (7-4) went the distance for Moorpark (20-9-1, 7-0).

Cuesta 10, Pierce 0--The Brahmas were held to two hits in the Western State Conference game at Pierce. Kim Fellers got a one-out single in the fifth and Shelly Creao had one-out single in the seventh.


CSUN d. Occidental, 9-0--Suzi Izmirian and Kaliko Yandall each cruised to singles wins then teamed to win the No. 1 doubles match for host Northridge in the nonconference match. Allison Kincaid, who won her No. 1 singles match, and Nicole Gillis, who won No. 2 singles, also teamed to win a doubles match for the Matadors (11-11).


Pierce d. Golden West, 15-11, 15-13, 9-15, 10-15, 15-13--Matt Bellers had 36 kills to lead Pierce in the South Coast Conference match at Pierce (13-2, 10-2).