High School Roundup: Tars break streak

Newport Harbor softball team edges Fountain Valley, 6-5, to put an end to losing streak that spanned 52 games.

April 11, 2013

NEWPORT BEACH — The Newport Harbor High softball team broke the program's 52-game losing streak in the Sunset League dating to 2007 with a 6-5 victory over Fountain Valley Thursday.

Hattie Marshall, who pitched a complete game, went two for three and had three runs batted in.

Lauren Gandi went two for four with an RBI. Breanna Lopez, who did not have a hit, reached base three times.



Corona del Mar 113, Irvine 13

IRVINE — The Sea Kings dominated the Pacific Coast League meet with a first-place finish in every event Thursday at Irvine High.


Nick Willard was a double winner with victories in the 100 meters (10.9 seconds) and 200 (23.3).

Willard was also on the victorious 4x100 relay with Barrett Barbato, Lance Seger and Matt Hurst that finished in 43.6.

Matt Hurst (51.8 in 400), Tanner Love (2:06.8 in 800), Teddy Parks (4:26.7 in 1,600), Spencer Keith (10:06.7 in 3,200), Nick McGuinness (16.3 in 110 hurdles), Troy Hardy (40.5 in 300 hurdles), Troy Bolus (19-5 in long jump), Darian Vaden (38-1 in triple jump), Alex Wilde (5-0 in high jump), Michael Pierotti (42-9 3/4) in shot put and Nick Storm (148-7 in discus) also won for CdM.

Hardy, Love, McGuinness and Hurst finished first in the 4x400 relay in 3:36.0.


Los Alamitos 87, Newport Harbor 44

NEWPORT BEACH — Marcell DeBarros won the 110-meter high hurdles in 16.6 seconds in the Sailors' Sunset League dual meet at home on Thursday.

Newport Harbor dropped to 1-3 in league.

Riley Gaddis finished first in both the long jump (18 feet 10 inches) and triple jump (38-11).

Marty Taylor won the shotput (59-10) and discus throw (178-2).

Christian Abbey was first in the pole vault (14-2).

Newport Harbor travels to Fountain Valley Wednesday for a league dual meet at 2:45 p.m.



Los Alamitos 10, Newport Harbor 8

LOS ALAMITOS — Sophomore Reese Stalder won two of three sets in No. 1 singles play for the Sailors, but it wasn't enough for Newport Harbor to catch first-place Los Alamitos in Sunset League play on Thursday.

Newport Harbor went into the day trailing first-place Los Alamitos. The Sailors dropped to 4-2 in league and the Griffins improved to 6-0.

David Schaefer and Phillip Vu, playing No. 2 doubles, claimed two of three sets for the Sailors.

Newport Harbor plays host to Fountain Valley on Friday at 3 p.m.


Estancia 12, Godinez 6

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