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By Kirsten Leiby | April 28, 2009
On a beautiful Saturday morning, April 25, the Dodgers bats were wide awake. The first inning started out with Keith Marshall's reaching base on a fielder's choice and was moved over to second by a single from Mickey Beliakoff. Trevor Cohen then singled to right field, driving Marshall in for an RBI. It was a close game until the fifth inning when Raymond Andrade placed his bunt perfectly down the first base line and beat out the throw to first base for a hit. Mikey Ischinger got on base with an infield hit and then up came Keith Marshall who hit a monster three run home run over the left center field fence!
NEWS
April 11, 2001
Barry Faulkner COSTA MESA - If it was true that neither team deserved to lose the first Pacific Coast League baseball meeting between University High and Costa Mesa, which ended in a 4-4 tie after eight innings, perhaps the opposite could be said of Tuesday night's rematch at TeWinkle Park. But, diamond purity aside, the Mustangs (9-4-1, 4-3-1 in league) should fully appreciate their 11-7 triumph, which pulled them into a tie for second place with the visiting Trojans (8-6-1, 4-3-1)
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May 17, 2001
Steve Virgen COSTA MESA - After 10 innings of exciting softball and after he spoke of a bumpy-road season, Costa Mesa High Coach Rick Buonarigo stressed the importance of the Mustangs' program with one statement. "I hope this group of young girls stays together," said Buonarigo, who noted he served as the school's interim coach for the season because former coach Sharon Uhl left for personal reasons. Mesa's names of tomorrow, Ann-Marie Topps, Cassie John, Alejandra Gallardo, Katy Renish and Tess Lindsay, fell just short of expanding on the program's hope for the future.
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April 11, 2003
Newport Harbor High's Sailors got a complete game effort from pitcher Ryan Torrey and a run-scoring double in the eighth inning to send Aliso Niguel away in Sea View League baseball Thursday, 2-1, The victory improves the Sailors to 4-10, 2-5 with the Pride of the Coast Tournament on tap Saturday morning at Corona del Mar High, starting at 11 a.m. Coach Joel Desguin was obviously pleased with the finish on ...
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April 5, 2003
Richard Dunn In the beginning, the stage was set for what appeared to be doomsday for the visitors Friday afternoon as it rained base hits for Corona del Mar High in the first inning, producing a four-run rally against a young team that eventually concluded with a 7-4 Pacific Coast League baseball win over Tesoro. The Sea Kings had two pop-ups fall untouched in no-man's land on both sides of the diamond as shallow left and right field played havoc on the Titans early on. "We jumped out on top, then [starter]
NEWS
April 3, 2000
Joseph Boo COSTA MESA - If there was a bright side for Costa Mesa High's baseball team after Saturday's nonleague doubleheader with visiting La Quinta, it was the difference in scores between the first and second game. After getting hammered, 16-0, by the Aztecs in the opener, the Mustangs played a more respectable second game in an 8-4 loss. "I'm glad we had a doubleheader," Costa Mesa Coach Kirk Bauermeister said, "because the kids didn't have to go home after the 16-0 loss."
NEWS
June 19, 2005
Bryce Alderton It was an accomplishment for the Costa Mesa American Little League Majors division A's just to reach Saturday's quarterfinals of the District 62 Tournament of Champions at Mile Square Park. Entering the season, the A's had only two players who had competed in Majors. The rest moved up from Minor A and B divisions. Manager Rick Luna and coaches Frank Galvez and Mike Moran stressed all season the importance of attitude and effort. Mesa wasn't about to back down Saturday against the Huntington Valley Dodgers, despite trailing, 9-1, heading into the top of the sixth inning.
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March 21, 2002
R.J. D'Cruz singled in the top of the fifth inning with the bases loaded to help the Dodgers defeat the Red Sox, 7-6, in Newport Harbor Baseball Association Bronco Division action. D'Cruz's hit gave the Dodgers a 7-4 advantage. The Red Sox threatened with the tying run at third and winning run on second, but catcher John Swift controlled a Dodger wild pitch and tossed the ball to D'Cruz, who tagged the runner out at the plate to end the inning. Swift started the game and pitched three strong innings, allowing no earned runs and striking out seven.
NEWS
June 16, 2004
Rick Devereux The Costa Mesa National Little League Minor B Padres exploded to a 19-1 victory over the Ocean View Astros Tuesday at LeBard Field in the opening game of the District 62 Tournament of Champions. The Padres will play Saturday at 9 a.m. against a team from either Seaview or Robinwood little leagues. "They came out swinging the bats today," Costa Mesa Coach Rob Stillman said. "It was nice to see because you never know who's going to show up when you're fielding 8- and 9-year-olds."
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By Kirsten Leiby | April 28, 2009
On a beautiful Saturday morning, April 25, the Dodgers bats were wide awake. The first inning started out with Keith Marshall's reaching base on a fielder's choice and was moved over to second by a single from Mickey Beliakoff. Trevor Cohen then singled to right field, driving Marshall in for an RBI. It was a close game until the fifth inning when Raymond Andrade placed his bunt perfectly down the first base line and beat out the throw to first base for a hit. Mikey Ischinger got on base with an infield hit and then up came Keith Marshall who hit a monster three run home run over the left center field fence!
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NEWS
June 19, 2005
Bryce Alderton It was an accomplishment for the Costa Mesa American Little League Majors division A's just to reach Saturday's quarterfinals of the District 62 Tournament of Champions at Mile Square Park. Entering the season, the A's had only two players who had competed in Majors. The rest moved up from Minor A and B divisions. Manager Rick Luna and coaches Frank Galvez and Mike Moran stressed all season the importance of attitude and effort. Mesa wasn't about to back down Saturday against the Huntington Valley Dodgers, despite trailing, 9-1, heading into the top of the sixth inning.
NEWS
June 16, 2004
Rick Devereux The Costa Mesa National Little League Minor B Padres exploded to a 19-1 victory over the Ocean View Astros Tuesday at LeBard Field in the opening game of the District 62 Tournament of Champions. The Padres will play Saturday at 9 a.m. against a team from either Seaview or Robinwood little leagues. "They came out swinging the bats today," Costa Mesa Coach Rob Stillman said. "It was nice to see because you never know who's going to show up when you're fielding 8- and 9-year-olds."
NEWS
April 11, 2003
Newport Harbor High's Sailors got a complete game effort from pitcher Ryan Torrey and a run-scoring double in the eighth inning to send Aliso Niguel away in Sea View League baseball Thursday, 2-1, The victory improves the Sailors to 4-10, 2-5 with the Pride of the Coast Tournament on tap Saturday morning at Corona del Mar High, starting at 11 a.m. Coach Joel Desguin was obviously pleased with the finish on ...
NEWS
April 5, 2003
Richard Dunn In the beginning, the stage was set for what appeared to be doomsday for the visitors Friday afternoon as it rained base hits for Corona del Mar High in the first inning, producing a four-run rally against a young team that eventually concluded with a 7-4 Pacific Coast League baseball win over Tesoro. The Sea Kings had two pop-ups fall untouched in no-man's land on both sides of the diamond as shallow left and right field played havoc on the Titans early on. "We jumped out on top, then [starter]
NEWS
March 21, 2002
R.J. D'Cruz singled in the top of the fifth inning with the bases loaded to help the Dodgers defeat the Red Sox, 7-6, in Newport Harbor Baseball Association Bronco Division action. D'Cruz's hit gave the Dodgers a 7-4 advantage. The Red Sox threatened with the tying run at third and winning run on second, but catcher John Swift controlled a Dodger wild pitch and tossed the ball to D'Cruz, who tagged the runner out at the plate to end the inning. Swift started the game and pitched three strong innings, allowing no earned runs and striking out seven.
NEWS
May 17, 2001
Steve Virgen COSTA MESA - After 10 innings of exciting softball and after he spoke of a bumpy-road season, Costa Mesa High Coach Rick Buonarigo stressed the importance of the Mustangs' program with one statement. "I hope this group of young girls stays together," said Buonarigo, who noted he served as the school's interim coach for the season because former coach Sharon Uhl left for personal reasons. Mesa's names of tomorrow, Ann-Marie Topps, Cassie John, Alejandra Gallardo, Katy Renish and Tess Lindsay, fell just short of expanding on the program's hope for the future.
NEWS
April 11, 2001
Barry Faulkner COSTA MESA - If it was true that neither team deserved to lose the first Pacific Coast League baseball meeting between University High and Costa Mesa, which ended in a 4-4 tie after eight innings, perhaps the opposite could be said of Tuesday night's rematch at TeWinkle Park. But, diamond purity aside, the Mustangs (9-4-1, 4-3-1 in league) should fully appreciate their 11-7 triumph, which pulled them into a tie for second place with the visiting Trojans (8-6-1, 4-3-1)
NEWS
April 3, 2000
Joseph Boo COSTA MESA - If there was a bright side for Costa Mesa High's baseball team after Saturday's nonleague doubleheader with visiting La Quinta, it was the difference in scores between the first and second game. After getting hammered, 16-0, by the Aztecs in the opener, the Mustangs played a more respectable second game in an 8-4 loss. "I'm glad we had a doubleheader," Costa Mesa Coach Kirk Bauermeister said, "because the kids didn't have to go home after the 16-0 loss."
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