High School Roundup: Newport Harbor baseball tops Huntington Beach
Four shutout innings from Jackson Gilles and Bryce Blaser proved crucial for the Newport Harbor High School baseball team in a 5-3 win over host Huntington Beach on Friday in a Sunset Conference crossover game.
Trent Liolios had a two-run double for Newport Harbor (7-2), which earned its first win over Huntington Beach since 2017. Gilles and Blaser each drove in one run.
Ralph Velazquez had a solo home run for Huntington Beach (4-4).
Edison 9, Marina 1: The Chargers scored seven runs in the second inning to roll to victory on Friday in a Sunset Conference crossover game.
Edison improved to 5-6 overall, while Marina dropped to 3-6.
Garden Grove Santiago 5, Los Amigos 1: The host Lobos took their first loss of the season, falling to 11-1 overall and 2-1 in the Garden Grove League following Friday’s defeat.
Calvary Chapel 2, Estancia 1: Andrew Mits tossed a complete game, allowing just two runs on four hits with five strikeouts, but it wasn’t enough to prevent visiting Estancia’s first loss of the season on Friday.
Andrew Coyotzi went two for three with a double and a stolen base for Estancia (11-1) in the Orange Coast League opener. Cole Lefebvre also had a double, and Jack Moyer had a hit and a run scored.
Santa Ana 2, Costa Mesa 1: J.J. Kibin had a triple and a run batted in for the Mustangs on Friday in an Orange Coast League game on the road.
Jordan Stucki went one for three with a run scored for Costa Mesa (6-4, 0-2). Michael Joyce threw a complete game, allowing two unearned runs on four hits while striking out seven for the Mustangs. Joyce also had two hits in his three plate appearances.
Corona del Mar 3, San Clemente 0: The Sea Kings got back in the win column with a 25-13, 25-13, 26-24 sweep of San Clemente at home Friday in a nonleague game.
Corona del Mar (6-4) plays host to Manhattan Beach Mira Costa on Monday.
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