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NEWS
May 19, 2002
NEWPORT BEACH - All facets of the game seemed to come to the Braves as they handily defeated the Dodgers, 13-1, in a Bronco Division matchup of the Newport Harbor Baseball Association. The visiting Braves posted six runs in the first two innings behind hitting from Niko Hernandez, Justin Jones and Spencer Smith, who all drove in runs. Josh Ocampo also scored for the Braves. Hernandez and Smith performed well on the mound, giving up two hits while facing three batters over the minimum in six inningswhile combining for seven strikeouts.
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NEWS
May 16, 2002
20-13 NEWPORT BEACH - The Braves opened the game by scoring four runs, but that didn't seem to faze the Giants, who came back with 13 runs of their own in the bottom of the first en route to a 20-13 victory in the Majors Division of Newport Beach Little League. Tom Koss hit a three-run home run in the top of the first inning for the Braves, his second in two games to stake the Braves to an early lead, but the Giants countered with 13 runs in their half of the inning and would never look back.
NEWS
May 5, 2002
again The Mud Hens staged another come-from-behind victory when they defeated the Corona del Mar Athletics, 9-8, in Newport Harbor Baseball Association Pony Division action. In the bottom of the seventh inning, with the score tied, 8-8, Nathan Cramer slammed a double to plate his Mud Hen teammate Brice Stillman for the winning run in a close play at home base. Stillman got aboard on a single. The Mud Hens had tied the game with two runs in the bottom of the sixth, when Nick Frazier pounded out a triple that brought in Andrew Skjonsby and Brendon Salisbury.
NEWS
April 18, 2002
The Newport Harbor Baseball Association's Mud Hens dug down deep to pull out two one-run margins of victory in Pony Division action last week. The Mud Hens used their team play to defeat the Corona del Mar Reds, 10-9, and the Mud Hens also scored a 4-3 decision over NHBA Yankees. Mud Hen pitcher Brendon Salisbury struck out seven and walked just one in four innings of work, and Nathan Cramer struck out five in three innings when the Muds rallied to beat the Reds.
NEWS
March 14, 2002
CORONA DEL MAR - Chris Carpenter and Joe Barber each won two events for the Corona del Mar High boys track and field team, but visiting St. John Bosco captured a 96-31 nonleague win Wednesday. Carpenter swept the 110-meter high hurdles (16.0) and the 330 intermediate hurdles (43.8), while Barber was victorious in the shot put (49-5 3/4) and the discus (135-1 1/2). CdM Coach Bill Sumner also mentioned Chris Ringstrom's third-place finish in the 200 (22.8)
NEWS
March 14, 2002
In a bit of coincidence, Timmy Winning drove in the game-winning run to score Sean Tokuyama, giving the Reds a 5-4 victory over the Braves, in Newport Beach Little League Majors Division action. The Reds rallied in the sixth inning, after trailing 4-3. The Reds' Dylan Davis' single brought in Evan McNerny to tie the game, 4-4. Reds pitcher Andrew Silva and Braves' hurler Thomas Koss each held their opponents to four hits over five innings of work. The Braves received hits from Koss, Cambden Nicholson and Tom Dialynas, while the Reds were powered offensively by Blaine Nielson and Brett Bartlett.
NEWS
September 26, 2001
Deirdre Newman NEWPORT BEACH -- A group of students showed their support for the heroic efforts of New York City firefighters by raising nearly $7,000 in donations over the two weeks since the terrorist attacks. On Tuesday morning, Eileen Ryan, a co-principal at Our Lady Queen of Angels School, presented Newport Beach firefighters with a check for $6,877.06. The check will be delivered to the families of the Rescue 4 Fire Department in Queens. Not only did the Queens firefighters' courage and perseverance win over the students, but a personal connection also touched them.
NEWS
May 25, 2001
NEWPORT BEACH - The Dodgers used quality pitching and errorless defense to defeat the Braves, 9-4, in Newport Harbor Baseball Association Bronco Division (ages 11-12) action. Pitchers Eric Paine, Jarrett Daniel and R.J. D'Cruz combined for 10 strikeouts while the defense, led by Jerry Whitney, Chase Behr, Trey LaGrandeur, Jake Dayton, Alan Orozco and Robert Tumlin, was superb. D'Cruz, Daniel and Ian Goodwin sparked the Dodgers' offense with consecutive doubles, while Dan Winkle came through with a two-run single.
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