Coaches: Mark Rogers, Brethren Christian; Joe Walters, Calvary Chapel; Nelson Miederna, Ontario Christian; Jeff Pressman, Orange Lutheran; Mike de Master, Cerritos Valley Christian; Steve Randall, Whittier Christian.
Facts and Figures: Calvary Chapel is the favorite to win the league. Eagle third baseman Joe Jones (.519) was Orange County's second-leading hitter and was named second-team all-county. Jones also led the county with 40 runs batted in. Calvary Chapel returns three other solid players: Alex Okland (.470), Kenny Nash (.440) and Ryan Blood (.350). . . . Cerritos Valley Christian returns seven starters, including its top two pitchers. . . . Orange Lutheran returns six starters. The Lancers also have three transfers. . . . Whittier Christian's Lance Jordan (8-2) is the league's top pitcher.
1994 In Review
League Overall School W L W L Whittier Christian 11 1 16 10 Valley Christian 9 3 17 9 Calvary Chapel 8 4 20 9 Orange Lutheran 6 6 10 14 Brethren Christian 4 8 6 11 Ontario Christian 3 9 6 13 Cap. Valley Chr. 1 11 1 17
Highlights: Calvary Chapel reached the Division V championship game before losing to Sierra Madre Maranatha, 6-2. . . . The Eagles upset top-seeded L.A. Baptist, 4-0, in the second round. . . . Whittier Christian lost to Big Bear, 9-8, in the quarterfinals. . . . Valley Christian lost to Maranatha, 5-4, in the second round. . . . Valley Christian's Lance Williams was named the league's player of the year.