High School Roundup: Davenport runner-up in league


Pacific Coast League finals

FOUNTAIN VALLEY — Corona del Mar High junior John Davenport shot one-under-par 71 Tuesday to earn a share of the lead, but lost on the second playoff hole to finish second to Beckman's Kevin Lee in the 36-hole tournament at Mile Square Golf Course.

Davenport's two-day total was 146.

CdM's Tanner Trauthen (148) finished fourth and will join Davenport at the CIF individual championships, May 16 at Skylinks Golf Course in Long Beach.

Two-time defending league individual champion Mike Moorhead and Karick Brown (both 152 to tie for eighth) and Brian Mull (153 for 11th) did not advance.


Academy League Finals

LAGUNA NIGUEL — Sage Hill's Ahmed Eltamami shot an 85 on the par-72 course at El Niguel Country Club to finish sixth Tuesday.

Eltamami (83-85—168) earned first-team all-league status.

Jared Hoffman (82-88—170), who was eighth, Kam Fujii (86-90—176), who was ninth, Tanner Tremaine (86-93—179), who was 10th, and Matt Marlin (86-100—186), who was 12th, each earned second-team all-league recognition for the Lightning.

Sage Hill will compete in the CIF Team Divisionals at Talega May 10. The CIF Southern Section will honor the Lightning golfers as Academic Team Champions in a pre-game ceremony at Angel Stadium before Monday's game against Toronto.


Newport Harbor 195, Huntington Beach 206

HUNTINGTON BEACH — Marcus Kiel shot two-under-par 34 to earn medalist honors for the visiting Sailors in the Sunset League finale at SeaCliff Country Club on Tuesday.

Zach Eddy (38), Carter Norris (40), Brad Tapfer (41) and Eli Gomez (42) also scored for the Tars (13-9, 7-3 in league) who finish third and advance to the CIF Central Regional, Coach Scott Tarnow said.



Newport Harbor def. Fountain Valley

NEWPORT BEACH – Seniors Cody Caldwell (17 kills and seven digs) and Rusty Sary (10 kills and three digs) led the Sailors to a 25-21, 25-19, 25-20 Sunset League win on senior night Tuesday.

Senior Ian Sequeira had 28 assists and five digs, while sophomore Kevin Rakestraw had four kills and junior Connor Leggett had three aces for Newport Harbor (21-7, 9-0 in league).



Laguna Beach 3, Costa Mesa 2

LAGUNA BEACH — Junior Marcus Hayes went two for two with runs batted in for the Mustangs on Tuesday, but the Breakers clinched the Orange Coast League title, their first league crown in 48 years.

PJ Maloney threw a complete game and struck out three for Costa Mesa (10-12, 5-7 in league). The Mustangs are tied for fourth place, one game behind rival Estancia.

Costa Mesa has three league games left, one at Laguna Beach (22-2, 12-0) Friday and the final two against the Eagles next week.


University 5, Corona del Mar 1

IRVINE — Junior second baseman Cort Hastings was two for two and junior first baseman Andrew McCormack was two for three with a double to pace the visiting Sea Kings in the Pacific Coast League game Tuesday.

CdM fell to 6-6 in league and is now tied for third place with Woodbridge with three league games remaining.


Calvary Chapel 5, Estancia 4

COSTA MESA — The visitors scored two in the seventh to take the lead, then closed out the game with a double play in Orange Coast League action Tuesday.

Steven Macias went one for two with a walk and two runs batted in, and Victor Trujillo went one for three with two RBIs for Estancia (12-11, 6-6 in league).

Estancia faces Calvary Chapel on Friday at TeWinkle Park.



Orange Coast League preliminaries

COSTA MESA — Costa Mesa High senior James Lewis qualified first in the 200-yard freestyle (1 minute, 53.23 seconds) and the 500 free (5:09.34) to highlight local competitors on Tuesday at Costa Mesa High.

Estancia senior Preston Schow qualified third in the 100 free (52.08).



Orange Coast League preliminaries

COSTA MESA — Costa Mesa High sophomore Kellie Thorsness qualified second in the 50-yard freestyle (26.01 seconds) and the 100 free (57.90), while Mustangs freshman Shay Hauck qualified second in the 100 breaststroke (1:20.87) to highlight local competitors Tuesday at Costa Mesa High.

Costa Mesa's Alicia Rederscheid (2:22.33 in the 200 free) and Monica Folkerts (6:18.60 in the 500 free) each qualified third.

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