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By Bryce Alderton | July 21, 2012
NEWPORT BEACH - This week is becoming quite memorable for Stewart Hagestad. The 21-year-old Big Canyon Country Club member qualified for his fourth United States Amateur championship at the Old Works Golf Course in Anaconda, Mont., on Monday. Then Saturday at his home course he shot a three-under-par 69 to move into second place after 54 holes of the Southern California Golf Assn. Amateur championship. Hagestad, playing the SCGA Amateur for the first time, is four-under (70-73-69 - 212)
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May 18, 2012
IRVINE — UC Irvine pitcher Andrew Thurman dealt a one-hit complete-game shutout as the Anteaters handed Cal State Bakersfield a 7-0 nonconference loss Friday. The complete game was the fourth of the year for the right-hander, who struck out six and improved to 8-2 on the year. The no-hit bid was taken out of the equation in the second inning as Tyler Shryock hit a two-out triple. Dylan Christensen drew a walk to extend the inning but Thurman kept the Roadrunners off the board, inducing a fly-ball out to left.
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By Barry Faulkner | May 18, 2012
BAKERSFIELD — The Orange Coast College baseball team has dealt with adversity only in small doses this season. But in the opener of the California Community College Athletic Assn. State Championship on Friday, Sierra College sophomore pitcher Josh Eagle continued to deliver his lesson on how to overcome a sizable obstacle he battles every day. Eagle, who had five major surgeries after being born without a muscle on the inside of his left foot, including fusing the bones in his ankle that left him with a noticeable limp, blanked the Pirates, 4-0, on six hits.
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By Britney Barnes | December 19, 2011
COSTA MESA - After sweeping the competition statewide, Costa Mesa High School's Business Academy will compete in New York City in March for a national title. Mesa's two Virtual Enterprise companies, the Great Park Wildlife Center and Abeille, finished first and second, respectively, at the California State Business and Trade Fair earlier this month in Bakersfield - the first school to ever take both awards in the same year. "It was a very emotional moment. It was probably the first time I cried of happiness," said Cesar Chavez, 17, who served as the Great Park Wildlife Center chief executive in the competition.
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November 16, 2011
WOMEN'S BASKETBALL Cal State Bakersfield 104, UC Irvine 92 BAKERSFIELD - Jacquelyn Marshall scored a career-high 29 points to lead the Anteaters in the nonconference game Wednesday. Jazmyne White added a career-high 23 points to go with 10 rebounds, while Methlyn Onogomuho had nine points and 10 rebounds for UCI (0-3). The Anteaters, who shot 51.3% from the field, trailed at halftime, 52-51. Cal State Bakersfield is 2-1.
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April 30, 2011
BASEBALL UC Irvine 11, Cal State Bakersfield 6 BAKERSFIELD — Freshman Andrew Thurman and sophomore Kyle Hooper combined for 8 1/3 shutout innings to key the Anteaters in the nonconference road game Saturday. Thurman entered in the first inning in place of starter Crosby Slaught, who gave up six runs, five earned, on six hits while recording two outs. Thurman allowed six hits in six innings to improve to 2-3 and Hooper threw 2 1/3 hitless innings to record his first save.
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By Joe Haakenson, Daily Pilot | March 5, 2011
Two words, two little words. Mention those words to a high school wrestler and watch his eyes light up. State meet. It's the ultimate goal — other than winning it, of course — of every high school wrestler. But the road to the CIF State Championship Meet is long and bumpy, treacherous and winding. And for most, that road ends with a dead end before reaching that final destination. Irvine High's 103-pounder Nam Tran got there, wrestling Friday in Bakersfield at Rabobank Arena.
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By David Carrillo Peñaloza, david.carrillo@latimes.com | March 3, 2011
By Friday, Newport Harbor High's Dominic Bulone will have coached two Beaudette brothers at the CIF State wrestling finals. Four years after Brian Beaudette reached state, his younger brother, Bradley, is in Bakersfield. Bulone is hoping to stay in town for more than one day. Bradley is in the 189-pound division and Bulone believes the senior can place in the top eight at state. Bulone said both brothers hate to lose. There is one big difference between the two. "Bradley reacts differently to a loss compared to his brother," Bulone said after Bradley won the Sunset League title last month.
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February 25, 2011
TEMECULA — Newport Harbor High senior wrestler Bradley Beaudette is a win away from a spot in the CIF State Championship Meet, after the first day of action at the CIF Masters Meet at Temecula Valley High. Beaudette, wrestling in the 189-pound class, went 1-1 on Friday. Newport Harbor Coach Dominic Bulone said Beaudette can clinch a top-nine finish by defeating Temecula Valley senior Francisco Bernal in his first match today. If Beaudette loses to Bernal, he would have to come back to win two straight matches to make state, March 4-5 at Rabobank Arena in Bakersfield.
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