Mustangs top Bolsa

The Costa Mesa High baseball team broke open a scoreless tie with

four runs in the fourth, three in the fifth and two in the seventh to

overcome six errors and claim a 9-4 win at Bolsa Grande Wednesday in

a makeup consolation game from the Newport Elks Tournament.

Sophomore Jeff Waldron went 2 for 4 with four RBIs and fellow

sophomore Alex Pisarski went 2 for 3 with a pair of doubles and one

RBI to pace the Mustangs' 13-hit attack.

Meanwhile, senior starter George Vargas was holding the Matadors

in check, yielding just two hits and one unearned runs in five

innings, before being relieved. He struck out four and did not issue

a walk. The victory evened Vargas' record at 3-3 and allowed the

Mustangs to improve to 7-10.

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Newport Elks Tournament

Consolation game

Costa Mesa 9, Bolsa 4

Mesa 000 432 0 -- 9 13 6

Bolsa 000 013 0 -- 4 5 2

Vargas, Pisarski (6), Cooper (7) and N.

Hunter; Curran, Strobhan (5), Espinoza (6)

and Smith. W -- Vargas, 3-3. L -- Curran.

2B -- Pisarski (CM) 2, J. Waldren (CM), N.

Hunter (CM)

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Vaqueros edge Sailors

Host Newport Harbor rallied for three runs in the fifth to tie the

game at 7, but Irvine pushed across a run in the seventh to claim an

8-7 Sea View League baseball victory Wednesday.

Right fielder Ryan Rowe went 3 for 4 and scored a run for the

Sailors (7-12, 2-6 in league).

Shortstop Dave Erickson also sparkled offensively for the Sailors,

going 2 for 4 with an RBI and two runs.

"I was proud of the way we battled back," Newport Coach Joel

Desguin said.

Irvine is now 3-5 in league.

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Sea View League

Irvine 8, Newport 7

Score by Innings

Irvine 330 010 1 -- 8 7 3

Newport 021 130 0 -- 7 10 4

Fujiai, Haderlein (5) and S. Oliver;

Torrey, Cantarella (7) and Sanchez . W --

Haderlein. L -- Cantarella. 2B -- McQueen

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Seahawks best Eagles

The Estancia High baseball team lost, 13-3, in five innings to

visiting Ocean View in Golden West League action Wednesday.

The Eagles (3-14, 1-5 in league) were without Coach Jon Green, who

was ejected in Estancia's previous game April 16.

The Eagles return to Golden West League play Friday, when they

visit Westminster at 3:15 p.m.

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