The Newport Harbor High baseball team collected 12 hits and relied on
a strong pitching performance from Joey Cantarella to shut out
Magnolia, 7-0, in a consolation game of the Newport Elks tournament
Thursday at the Sailors' field.
Cantarella struck out five and allowed four hits and one walk in
his six scoreless innings, while Brandon Jasper preserved the shutout
with one no-hit inning. Jasper contributed at the plate as well,
going 2 for 3 with two runs and one RBI.
Newport Elks tournament Consolation game
Newport Harbor 7, Magnolia 0
Score by Innings
Magnolia 000 000 0 -- 0 4 0
Newport 004 210 x -- 7 12 1
Costa, Speykerman (6) and Bautista;
Cantarella, Jasper (7) and Sanchez. W --
Cantarella, 1-1. L -- Costa. 2B -- Jasper
(NH), McLean (NH).
Coast rallies for victory
* BASEBALL: Dan Sokarda sent a 3-2 pitch into center field to
bring in the game-winning run and cap a rally that gave the host
Orange Coast College baseball team a 5-4 Orange Empire Conference
victory over Fullerton Thursday.
The Pirates (6-8, 1-3 in the OEC) scored five runs in the eighth
inning to erase a 4-0 deficit, but the Hornets (3-10, 0-4) had the bases loaded with two outs in the ninth. Coast reliever Josh Gagne,
however, struck out the final batter to notch his first save this
season. Anthony Duarte, who went 3 for 4, doubled in two runs in the
eighth. Sokarda and catcher Dustin Hicks each had two hits.
Orange Empire Conference
Orange Coast 5, Fullerton 4
Score by Innings
Full 100 101 010 -- 4 9 2
OCC 000 000 05x -- 5 9 2
Nash, Voorhees (7) and Lonigro; Clear,
Lutgendorf (8), Gagne (9) and Hicks. W --
Lutgendorf, 1-0. L -- Voorhees. Sv -
Gagne (1). 2B -- Duarte (OCC). 3B -
Eagles continue roll
* TENNIS: Estancia High's boys tennis team swept all nine doubles
sets and improved to 2-0 in the Golden West League with a 14-4
victory over host Westminster Thursday.
Chase Raymond, Garrett Stephenson, David Do, Andrew Nelson and
Bryce McKendry all contributed to the doubles sweeps for the Eagles
(3-1, 2-0 in league).
Golden West League
Estancia 14, Westminster 4
Singles - Braunsdorf (E) lost 2-6 to J. Nguyen, 2-6, def. C. Nguyen, 6-2, def. J. Nguyen, 6-3; Aguirre (E) lost, 2-6, 2-6, won, 6-3; Edles (E) lost, 0-6, won, 6-2, 6-0.
Doubles -- Raymond-Stephenson (E) def. Mias-C. Nguyen, 6-4, def. Hua-Chun, 6-1, def. A.Nguyen-F. Nguyen, 6-1; Do-Nelson (E) won, 7-5, 6-1, 6-1; McKendry-Cox (E) won, 6-1, 6-2, 6-0.
Coast still clicking
* TENNIS: Leah Becker and Sabrina Tanamal each swept their singles
matches and teamed up to earn another point in doubles for the Orange
Coast College women's tennis team, which improved to 5-0 in Orange
Empire Conference play with a 7-2 victory over visiting El Camino
Orange Empire Conference
Orange Coast 7, El Camino 2
Singles -- Becker (OCC) def. Dalo, 6-0, 6-1; Tanamal (OCC) def. Marano, 6-0, 6-3; Tran (OCC) lost to Morse, 4-6, 6-3, 6-4; Moriyama (OCC) def. Kavanaugh, 6-0, 6-3; Ho (OCC) def. Nguyen, 6-1, 6-1; Yuh (OCC) def. Nettles, 6-1, 6-4.
Doubles -- Becker-Tanamal (OCC) def. Dalo-Morse, 8-3; Moriyama-Ho (OCC) lost to Morano-Kavanaugh, 8-5; Tran-Yuh (OCC) def. Nguyen-Nettles, 8-1.
CdM surges past Sage
* SOFTBALL: Heather Lohrman and Holly Van Hiel each went 4 for 4
as part of a 12-hit attack for the Corona del Mar High softball team,
which blanked host Sage Hill, 14-0, in a nonleague game Thursday.
The Sea Kings (3-0) scored seven times in the first inning and
limited the Lightning to two hits.
Freshman Michelle Tolfa (2 for 3) struck out three in three
innings while Van Hiel fanned four in two innings of relief.
Rebecca Hembarsky and Christina Mainero each singled for Sage Hill
Fleming, Farmer sharp
* TENNIS: Jake Fleming and Charlie Farmer swept their singles
matches and the doubles tandem of Robert Khoury and Cameron McLaren
took two of three sets to help the Newport Harbor High boys tennis
team to its first victory -- a 10-8 nonleague decision over host
Fountain Valley Thursday.
Tesoro trumps Lightning
* TENNIS: Host Tesoro High won eight of nine singles sets and
remained undefeated (5-0) with a 14-4 nonleague victory over the Sage
Hill School boys tennis team Thursday. Tristan Cordier won Sage's
(2-2) lone singles set while the doubles teams of Ian
Livingston-Michael Cassel, Michael Garrison-Tyler Ross and Conrad
Whitaker-Julian Tooma each claimed one set.
Lions denied upset
* BASKETBALL: The Vanguard University men's basketball team's
season came to an end with an 80-68 loss to host Azusa Pacific
University in the first round of the Golden State Athletic Conference
tournament. Leon Rosborough scored 19 points to lead the Lions
Vaqueros top Mustangs
* BASEBALL: Senior Daniel Cooper went 3 for 3 with two doubles and
an RBI, but host Rancho Alamitos earned an 11-3 baseball victory
Tuesday in a consolation game of the Newport Elks tournament. Dylan
Hunter was 2 for 3 and scored a run for the Mustangs (1-3).
Tillers edge Sailors
* SOFTBALL: Junior Ashley Gleason went 3 for 4 with a double and
RBI, but the host Newport Harbor High softball team lost to Tustin,
2-1, in a nonleague game Thursday.
Lions fall in 11 innings
* BASEBALL: The Vanguard University baseball team, which has lost
nine out of its last 10, was dealt a heartbreaking loss, falling,
2-1, in 11 innings to nonconference visitor Culver-Stockton of
The Wildcats' third baseman Dan Munoz hammered a home run to lead
off the top of the 11th and Culver-Stockton held on for the win,
using two pitchers in the bottom of the final frame.
Huskies down Eagles
* GOLF: Chino Hills High exacted revenge on the Estancia boys golf
team with a 192-224 nonleague victory on its home course -- the
par-36 Los Serranos Country Club -- Thursday.
Peter Tang carded a 1-under-35 for Chino Hills to earn medalist
honors. Marcus Sostak led Estancia with a 41 followed by Greg Les
(42), Jason Les (45), Austin Serr (47) and Garrett McMasters (49).
Newport out of sync
* GOLF: Newport Harbor High boys golf coach Scott Tarnow said the
Sailors did not perform as they should have and lost, 198-202, to El
Toro in a nonleague match at El Toro Marine Golf Course Thursday.
Michael Vackar shot 3-over on the par-36 course, while Davis
Pemstein came in at 40, and Michael Benvenuti, Brandon Sowers and
Rhett Palmer each finished with a 41 for the Sailors (3-2). El Toro
improved to 5-1.