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May 30, 2005
It took just three pitches for Santa Rosa College to earn a 2-0 lead, en route to a 12-2 victory over Orange Coast in the elimination game of the baseball state championship tournament Sunday at Fresno City College. After a flyout, the Bear Cubs' Omar Padilla singled to left. Then sophomore first baseman Stephan Pearson belted OCC starter Ryan Clear's next pitch over the fence for a two-run homer and the rout was on. Santa Rosa (30-14 heading into Saturday night's lose's bracket final in the fourt-team, double elimination event)
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NEWS
May 4, 2005
BASEBALL Costa Mesa National Little League Minor A Cubs 7, Pirates 6: Josh Tierney drove in the winning run in the top of the eighth inning with a double to left center in the Costa Mesa National Minor-A Cubs' 7-6 victory over the Pirates Saturday. Tierney then struck out three in the bottom of the inning to preserve the victory in the game that was postponed because of darkness earlier in the week. After the completed extra-inning game, the teams played again, with the Cubs winning, 11-1.
NEWS
December 9, 2004
Dane Grace Some local Cub Scouts couldn't relish their cuddly creations, but by building their stuffed bears, they were reminded of the spirit of giving. A Newport Beach Cub Scout pack joined forces with Operation TeddyCare -- a nonprofit group that collects and distributes teddy bears to children in need -- and a Build-a-Bear Workshop at Fashion Island Tuesday. Scout Pack No. 10, Den No. 6, a troop of 7- and 8-year-old children, paid $10 apiece to build a teddy bear to give to Operation TeddyCare, which will give away the bears.
NEWS
May 27, 2004
A.J. Roth hit two home runs to lead the Costa Mesa National Little League Major Dodgers to a 13-1 mercy-rule victory over the first-place Padres Saturday. Roth drove in five runs with the homers. Benny Seliner gave an excellent pitching performance and Eric Mickelson drove in two runs with a double for the Dodgers (9-6). Josh Dominguez, Coleman Brown, Tony Campo, Nico Ruan, Johnny Valdez and Josh Hill each had one RBI. Michael Markovsky, McCanne Sanford and Robert Fernandez all contributed to the offensive onslaught.
NEWS
May 18, 2004
The Costa Mesa National Little League Padres collected a season-high 22 hits in a 14-4 win over the Phillies May 8 to remain in first place in the Majors division. Gian-Paul Stebbins, Kevin Thomas, Ryan Cherney, Marc DeFrenza, Colin Kincaid, Eusebio Castillo, Jesse Fox, Jesus Rodriguez, Ryan Burns, Daniel Derieg and Jesse Fox each had at least one hit. Cherney and Ryan Barnett provided quality pitching. In Minor A play: Cubs 3, Braves 2: Graham Clevidence scored twice, once a single by Derek Andrews in the first and again on a passed ball in the third inning, to help give the Cubs the victory on May 8. Chris Molina faced nine batters in his three innings of pitching, striking out four.
NEWS
May 13, 2004
Ryan Cherney pitched a complete-game shutout to lead the Padres to a 4-0 win over the Giants in Costa Mesa National Little League Majors division baseball action April 27. The Padres' offense was led by Ryan Burns, Ryan Barnett, Colin Kincaid, Justin Batangan and Kevin Thomas. Cherney received defensive help from Eusebio Castillo, Gian-Paul Stebbins and Jesus Rodriguez. In Minor A action: Cubs 7, Yankees 1: Chris Molina drove in four runs and Eddie Bisoso drove in two to lift the Cubs to victory May 1. Nick Schimer, Graham Clevidence and Derek Andrews contributed to the offensive output for the Cubs.
NEWS
April 11, 2004
The Costa Mesa National Little League Minor A Cubs scored five runs on wild pitches to post a 7-1 victory over the Braves Tuesday. Graham Clevidence caught hard line drives in the first and second innings to limit the Braves' offense. Clevidence went 2 for 2 with a walk and three runs scored. Pablo Galvan had two hits, including an RBI in the third inning after a line drive to left field, which scored Eddie Bisoso. Bisoso, Tommy Fisher and James Pond also had hits.
NEWS
April 6, 2004
The Yankees earned a 6-5 victory over the A's in Newport Harbor Baseball Association Mustang Division action. Tyler Kiehnle, Christopher Sheppard and Jake Stowell each delivered hits to break a 4-4 tie in the sixth inning. Kiehnle, Sheppard and Nicolas Seargent held the A's in check with strong pitching performances. The A's were lead by solid pitching from Blake Pender, Conner Sweeney and Sergio Valenzuela. In other Mustang action: Cubs 14, Dodgers 7: The Cubs smacked four triples, including two by Patrick Overstreet, to spark their offense.
NEWS
March 14, 2004
Benny Seliner, Mike Markovsky and A.J. Roth each pitched two strong innings to lead the Costa Mesa National Little League Major Dodgers to a 3-2 victory over the Padres to open the season March 6 at TeWinkle School. The Dodgers' offense, led by Josh Dominguez, Roth, Johnny Valdez and Robert Fernandez, put pressure on the Padres, moving runners into scoring position often. The Padres got strong pitching performances from Ryan Cherney, Ryan Burns and Eusebio Castillo.
NEWS
March 14, 2004
Jamie Heinecke struck out six in three innings and the Angels produced enough offense to prevail, 6-1, over the Cubs in Newport Beach Little League Majors Division play March 3. Nick Flamson allowed one run in two innings while Armani Ferrante pitched a no-hit inning. David Weiland, Heinecke and Flamson each singled while Blake Thomsen added a double for the Angels (2-0). J.D. Dawn made a diving catch in center field. Austin Jones allowed no hits and one run in three innings while Preston Risser and Emery Molnar added strong defense for the Cubs.
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