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July 6, 2007
MESA PLAYS TODAY FULLERTON — The Costa Mesa 13-year-old All-Stars defeated Saddleback Valley, 13-4, and avoided elimination in the Pony District Tournament Wednesday at Amerige Park. Alex Trancoso went three for four with two doubles, a stolen base and three RBIs. Martin Myszynski was two for four with a double and Kannon Stone also went two for four with a double and added two RBIs. Forrest Baker contributed a triple and Andreas Hernandez a double, while Steven Hildenbrand provided one hit for the Costa Mesa All-Stars, who scored four runs in the first inning.
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July 14, 2000
FULLERTON - The Corona del Mar Pony All-Star (13 year-olds) baseball team is still alive in the 13 year-old Pony District Sectional Baseball Tournament, following Tuesday's 11-7 win over Garden Grove at Amerige Park. CdM used a five-run fifth inning to overcome a 2-1 deficit. Wes Presson knocked in two runs with a sharp single to center to cap the five-run frame. Presson later added a sacrifice fly, while Grant Almquist, despite playing with a broken hand, went 1 for 2 with two walks.
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July 13, 2001
Tony Altobelli FULLERTON - The Newport Harbor 13 Pony All-Star team, used a six-run rally to fight off elimination and defeated Corona del Mar 13, 12-11, Wednesday night at Amerige Park. "This was one of the most amazing comebacks I've seen as a coach," Manager Ron Salisbury said. "These kids never gave up." In the final-inning rally, Donnie Hunt and Chris Thompson each singled before Billy Munce drove in a run with a single. Dustin Schuler drove in Thompson with a single to center and Tyler Parker walked to load the bases.
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July 3, 2007
COURAGE PLAY IN ITALY The Costa Mesa Courage, a girls' soccer team in the 12-14 age division, is competing in San Marino, Italy today. The Costa Mesa girls were invited to play in the San Marino Cup tournament after going undefeated for the past two seasons. They left for Italy June 28, from Tewinkle Elementary School and will play in the qualifying games which start today. The tournament features 80 teams from more than 15 different nations. — From staff reports MUSTANG B DOMINATES The Newport Harbor Baseball Assn.
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July 9, 2001
Barry Faulkner FULLERTON - After a brusque postgame interview, one might theorize Newport Harbor Pony 13-year-old All-Stars Manager Bill Gallagher got up Sunday on the wrong side of the bed. But, after witnessing his team's 15-3 mercy rule-shortened loss to Placentia in the first round of the District/Section Tournament at Amerige Park, Gallagher took some solace in the belief that at least his overnight slumber ended...
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By Steve Virgen | July 2, 2007
FULLERTON — Three days before facing a team that had mercied them less than a month ago, the 13-year-old All-Stars of the Costa Mesa Pony Division had the best practice of the season. Costa Mesa Manager Kirk Stone watched as his players were aggressive with the bat and precise with the glove during that practice. But that wasn't totally stood out. The all-stars were also showing confidence. "They were playing like they wanted to be there," Stone said. "They were playing like they were saying, 'I dare you to hit the ball to me.' " Granted it was practice, but the attitude carried over to Sunday at Amerige Park in Fullerton.
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By David Carrillo Peñaloza | July 7, 2008
FULLERTON — The first two innings made some think this baseball game would be a walk in the park for the Costa Mesa All-Stars. Eight times batters walked before Tustin managed to record six outs. By then, Costa Mesa led by six runs in its opening round game of the Pony 13 District Southern California Central Region Sectional Tournament. But the game’s pace changed after the third inning Monday night. No more free passes for Costa Mesa. Tustin caught up by throwing strikes and running wild after hits to come back and win, 11-8, at Amerige Park.
NEWS
July 9, 2001
Barry Faulkner FULLERTON - Bloops, bleeders, duck snorts, flares, Texas leaguers and dying quail. There may be, in fact, as many euphemisms for the baseball equivalent of a cheap base hit, as glaring examples of same at the expense of the Corona del Mar Pony 13-year-old All-Stars Sunday. Regardless of what one called it, Garden Grove surely found the holes in the CdM defense, to help produce a 14-3 mercyrule-shortened victory in the first round of the District/Section Tournament at Amerige Park.
NEWS
July 14, 2001
Tony Altobelli FULLERTON - There was no more late-inning magic in the bats of the Newport Harbor Baseball Association Pony 13 All-Star team. Following Wednesday's dramatic 12-11 win over Corona del Mar in which Newport scored six runs with no outs in the final inning, one would have thought the locals had Saddleback right where they wanted them. But a 1-2-3 seventh inning was all Newport could generate and the locals were eliminated from the District/Sectional Tournament, 4-2, Friday night at Amerige Park.
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By Brian Smith | July 9, 2006
FULLERTON ? In a time when Major League managers like Ozzie Guillen and Frank Robinson are making news, it's kind of nice to see one give way to one of his players after a game. Such was the case of Costa Mesa Pony 13-year-old All-Stars Manager Jeff Hirsch, who said he had done enough talking through the season and politely declined comment Saturday after his squad's 7-1 loss to Whittier in a second-round district tournament game at Amerige Park. Instead, he told reporters to talk to his players.
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By David Carrillo Peñaloza | July 7, 2008
FULLERTON — The first two innings made some think this baseball game would be a walk in the park for the Costa Mesa All-Stars. Eight times batters walked before Tustin managed to record six outs. By then, Costa Mesa led by six runs in its opening round game of the Pony 13 District Southern California Central Region Sectional Tournament. But the game’s pace changed after the third inning Monday night. No more free passes for Costa Mesa. Tustin caught up by throwing strikes and running wild after hits to come back and win, 11-8, at Amerige Park.
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July 6, 2007
MESA PLAYS TODAY FULLERTON — The Costa Mesa 13-year-old All-Stars defeated Saddleback Valley, 13-4, and avoided elimination in the Pony District Tournament Wednesday at Amerige Park. Alex Trancoso went three for four with two doubles, a stolen base and three RBIs. Martin Myszynski was two for four with a double and Kannon Stone also went two for four with a double and added two RBIs. Forrest Baker contributed a triple and Andreas Hernandez a double, while Steven Hildenbrand provided one hit for the Costa Mesa All-Stars, who scored four runs in the first inning.
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July 3, 2007
COURAGE PLAY IN ITALY The Costa Mesa Courage, a girls' soccer team in the 12-14 age division, is competing in San Marino, Italy today. The Costa Mesa girls were invited to play in the San Marino Cup tournament after going undefeated for the past two seasons. They left for Italy June 28, from Tewinkle Elementary School and will play in the qualifying games which start today. The tournament features 80 teams from more than 15 different nations. — From staff reports MUSTANG B DOMINATES The Newport Harbor Baseball Assn.
SPORTS
By Steve Virgen | July 2, 2007
FULLERTON — Three days before facing a team that had mercied them less than a month ago, the 13-year-old All-Stars of the Costa Mesa Pony Division had the best practice of the season. Costa Mesa Manager Kirk Stone watched as his players were aggressive with the bat and precise with the glove during that practice. But that wasn't totally stood out. The all-stars were also showing confidence. "They were playing like they wanted to be there," Stone said. "They were playing like they were saying, 'I dare you to hit the ball to me.' " Granted it was practice, but the attitude carried over to Sunday at Amerige Park in Fullerton.
SPORTS
By Brian Smith | July 9, 2006
FULLERTON ? In a time when Major League managers like Ozzie Guillen and Frank Robinson are making news, it's kind of nice to see one give way to one of his players after a game. Such was the case of Costa Mesa Pony 13-year-old All-Stars Manager Jeff Hirsch, who said he had done enough talking through the season and politely declined comment Saturday after his squad's 7-1 loss to Whittier in a second-round district tournament game at Amerige Park. Instead, he told reporters to talk to his players.
NEWS
July 13, 2003
Bryce Alderton The Newport Harbor Baseball Association Pony 13-year-old All-Stars followed the formula Manager Joe Whitney spoke about before Saturday's elimination game in the district tournament against Whittier at Amerige Park. The recipe according to Whitney: "They never doubt themselves. If someone makes a mistake, they pick each other up." Newport picked itself up off the ground mightily in the bottom of the seventh inning, scoring three runs to pull out a 6-5 victory, advancing to a 10 a.m. game today against Cypress.
NEWS
July 14, 2001
Tony Altobelli FULLERTON - There was no more late-inning magic in the bats of the Newport Harbor Baseball Association Pony 13 All-Star team. Following Wednesday's dramatic 12-11 win over Corona del Mar in which Newport scored six runs with no outs in the final inning, one would have thought the locals had Saddleback right where they wanted them. But a 1-2-3 seventh inning was all Newport could generate and the locals were eliminated from the District/Sectional Tournament, 4-2, Friday night at Amerige Park.
NEWS
July 13, 2001
Tony Altobelli FULLERTON - The Newport Harbor 13 Pony All-Star team, used a six-run rally to fight off elimination and defeated Corona del Mar 13, 12-11, Wednesday night at Amerige Park. "This was one of the most amazing comebacks I've seen as a coach," Manager Ron Salisbury said. "These kids never gave up." In the final-inning rally, Donnie Hunt and Chris Thompson each singled before Billy Munce drove in a run with a single. Dustin Schuler drove in Thompson with a single to center and Tyler Parker walked to load the bases.
NEWS
July 9, 2001
Barry Faulkner FULLERTON - After a brusque postgame interview, one might theorize Newport Harbor Pony 13-year-old All-Stars Manager Bill Gallagher got up Sunday on the wrong side of the bed. But, after witnessing his team's 15-3 mercy rule-shortened loss to Placentia in the first round of the District/Section Tournament at Amerige Park, Gallagher took some solace in the belief that at least his overnight slumber ended...
NEWS
July 9, 2001
Barry Faulkner FULLERTON - Bloops, bleeders, duck snorts, flares, Texas leaguers and dying quail. There may be, in fact, as many euphemisms for the baseball equivalent of a cheap base hit, as glaring examples of same at the expense of the Corona del Mar Pony 13-year-old All-Stars Sunday. Regardless of what one called it, Garden Grove surely found the holes in the CdM defense, to help produce a 14-3 mercyrule-shortened victory in the first round of the District/Section Tournament at Amerige Park.
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