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Sea Kings score 10-8 victory over Panthers in Division I match of ranked teams.

March 15, 2011


Corona del Mar 10, Peninsula 8

CORONA DEL MAR — Freshman Carson Williams earned his biggest win of the season to help the No. 6-ranked Sea Kings upset the No. 4-ranked Panthers in a key nonleague match of CIF Southern Section Division I teams Tuesday.

Williams scored a 6-2 win over Shuhei Shibahara, ranked No. 9 in the 18s in the United States Tennis Assn. Southern California rankings.


The first round ended in a 3-3 tie, and the second round ended tied 6-6 in sets, and 49-49 in games.

But in the third round CdM (5-1) swept all three doubles and Shane Korber defeated Shibahara, 6-4, to seal the victory.

Korber improved to 15-0 in singles. Ismean Aboubakare and Alec Adamson led the Sea Kings doubles with a 6-4, 6-3, 6-1 sweep.

Peninsula is 3-2.


Estancia 14, Ocean View 4

HUNTINGTON BEACH — Robert Marrone swept at No. 1 singles for the Eagles in the nonleague match Tuesday.

Estancia's doubles teams swept, including No. 1 Matt Thomas and Dave Cornelius, No. 2 Erik Cerros and Joseph Kidane, and No. 3 John Rivera and Francisco Alvarez.

The Eagles (3-5) will face Orange Lutheran Thursday at 2:30 p.m. at Anaheim Tennis Center.



Sage Hill 17, Whitney 2

NEWPORT COAST — Junior Michael Yorita pitched three no-hit innings and also had a triple, a single and two runs batted in for the Lightning in the Academy League game Tuesday.

Junior Brandon Zelner pitched the first three innings, allowing three hits, while freshman Colby Boch had two singles and three RBIs for Sage Hill (2-4, 2-0 in league).

The Lightning play at Whitney Friday.


Costa Mesa 8, Los Amigos 0

FOUNTAIN VALLEY — Junior Kory Bennion pitched a complete-game shutout, striking out six and allowing five hits for the Mustangs in the nonleague game Tuesday.

Bennion also went one for three with a double and three runs batted in. Senior Tyler Sheffner was three for four with a double and a stolen base for Costa Mesa (4-2).

The Mustangs play at Godinez to open Orange Coast League play Friday at 3:15 p.m.


La Quinta 10, Estancia 9

(Eight innings)

COSTA MESA — Victor Trujillo went two for two, with a double, two runs batted in a run scored and a stolen base for the Eagles in the nonleague game Tuesday.

Trujillo singled in Alex Trancoso with two outs in the sixth inning to help Estancia catch La Quinta, 9-9. The Eagles (3-3) were up, 8-3, after three innings. But the Aztecs scored three runs in the fifth and another three in the sixth.

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