right-center field to score Kristin Chisholm and Collett later scores on
Krissy Genet's bunt.
The Corona del Mar boys tennis team, which ranks No. 1 in Orange
County, wraps its first unbeaten Sea View League season in three years
with a 15-3 victory over visiting Irvine. Sea King freshman doubles
standout Shameer Chopra follows the unbeaten theme, completing his Sea
View League season with a 30-0 record, with various partners, including
junior Greg Coleman, who finishes 27-3 against league competition.
Corona's Taylor Dent and John Cappello sweep in singles, while the
doubles teams of Andy D'Angelo and Drew Fuller as well as Sam Sharmardi
and Kai Miller also handle their competition to contribute in the
Newport Harbor's Shane Reese adds his name to the long list of
celebrated Sailor throwers in boys track and field. He wins the boys
discus in the Sea View League finals when he hurls a 161-foot 6-inch
throw, a mark that in most years is good enough to qualify for the state
meet. Reese becomes the third Sailor to win the Sea View boys discus
title in the 90s, following Tony Mancuso (1992) and Steve Gonzales
(1994). Newport Harbor also has individual shot put winners in Mancuso
(1991 and 1992), Beau Ralphs (1993) and Wade Tift (1994). Reese throwsa
personal best 165-5 earlier in the season at the Orange County
Championships to finish in third place.
Costa Mesa's Mike Adelmund pounds a two-run homer in the fifth inning
to lift the Mustangs baseball team past visiting Laguna Beach, 6-5. Mesa
pitcher Jeremy Starns scatters eight hits and escapes the wrath of four
Mustang miscues. Matt Broesamle finishes with an RBI double while Ray
Ohrel smacks a double and scores a run.
Looking back, 10 years ago this week.
The Corona del Mar High baseball team answers a 7-0 deficit with nine
runs in the sixth and claims a 9-7 victory over University. Doing his
best Pete Rose imitation, George Chelius, a 5-10, 190-pound reliever who
enters the game in the fourth inning, belly flops at home plate, scoring