June 26, 2002
CORONA DEL MAR - The Newport Harbor Baseball Association Pony 14-year-old All-Stars won four straight games to win the recent Corona del Mar Father's Day Tournament at Eastbluff Park. NHBA defeated CdM's 14 All-Stars, 8-0, behind the shutout pitching of Dustin Shuler. Shuler struck out 10, allowed only four hits and walked just two. He also helped his cause by going 3 for 4 with two doubles and one run. Chris Thompson added two hits and scored twice, while Nathan Cramer hit a line drive home run and scored twice.
June 17, 2001
Steve Virgen CORONA DEL MAR - One inning was enough for the Quakes, a traveling baseball team of 13- and 14-year-olds based out of Newport Beach, in the Newport-Mesa Pony Conference Father's Day Tournament Saturday. The Quakes scored six runs in the first inning en route to a 9-7 victory over Corona del Mar's All-Star team, earning a trip to today's title game against the Newport Harbor All-Stars at 4 p.m. at Eastbluff Park, where the six-team tournament in its third year is held.
June 2, 2008
Submitted by Catherine White written by MP Hastings A combined team from Newport Harbor and CdM Pony baseball advanced to the semi-finals Monday in the competitive Irvine Pony Baseball Memorial Day Tournament. Teams from L.A., Orange County, San Diego and Mexico competed in the four day tournament. This unique Newport team was formed from top players from both sides of the bay; players who competed against each other during the regular season. Newport was led throughout the weekend by Billy Macdonald’s phenomenal hitting.
May 11, 2002
An all-around effort from the Costa Mesa Pony Cubs propelled the team to an 8-6 victory over the Pelicans in Pony Baseball action. Evan Spencer pitched a complete game, striking out four, while walking three for the Cubs. Offensively for the Cubs, Tim Morley contributed three singles with Matt Pisarski, Evan Van Geem and Andrew Whitaker each had two singles. Trevor McDonald and John Roche each belted doubles and Nelson Leon singled. Defensively, Pisarski and Zack Oliver each had diving catches in the outfield.
November 26, 2005
WATER POLO GIRLS UNDER 12 The Newport Harbor Polo Club finished in second place at the Southern Pacific Assn. Water Polo tournament in Irvine. Members of the team include: Sam Archie, Catherine Carpenter, Ashley Erickson, Maddy Mclaren, Presley Pender, Zoe Sanglerat, Mary-Rose White, Sara Wilkey and Alys Williams. SOCCER COAST SOCCER LEAGUE BOYS UNDER 12 The Newport Beach Slammers won their division with a win over the Irvine Lasers. Members of the team include: Greg Allen, Kevin Caskey, Michael Chislock, Connor Cruise, Joe Cvrtelic, Connor Gaal, Grant Garrett, Alec Kotero, Jack McBean, Andrew McCormick, Ethan Morrow, Timmy Root, Jed Thayer, Alex Turney and Chip Zucker.
December 13, 2004
Newport Harbor High products Jeff Marshall and Alan Saenz helped the University of Montana earn a 34-13 win over Sam Houston State Saturday in the semifinals of the NCAA Division I-AA football playoffs at Montana. Saenz, a 6-foot-2, 295-pound junior defensive tackle, had two solo tackles and he also forced a fumble. Marshall, a 6-5, 275-pound sophomore center who earned second-team All-Big Sky Conference recognition this seasonl, helped the Grizzlies avenge a 41-29 road loss to the Bearkats Sept.
March 23, 2000
COSTA MESA - The Diamondbacks gave up only four hits in defeating the Mariners, 8-0, in Costa Mesa PONY League action. Pitchers Cullen Crom and Adam Jorgensen combined to allow only four hits, while a six-run first inning, led by RBIs from Ryan Gleason, Spencer Pulaski and Marcus Fernandez sparked the Diamondbacks. Daniel Cooper came in to pitch in the second inning to lead the Mariners. In other Costa Mesa PONY baseball action: Marlins 8, Indians 7 - Kris Hartwell had three hits to lead the Marlins over the Indians, 8-7. Sean Weikel earned the save after coming in for Brett Via, who pitched five strong innings.
July 21, 2005
Eric Neff The Newport Harbor Baseball Association Pony All-Star team bowed out of the District tournament Tuesday night, losing to Los Alamitos, 10-0, at the Los Alamitos Pony Baseball Field. Newport Harbor was held hitless through five innings before play was stopped by virtue of the mercy rule. "We actually played real well," Newport Harbor Manager Chris Hone said. "When you run into a kid who throws a no-hitter, it's hard to win a game." The two teams were playing for third place and Orange County's final berth in the section tournament.
June 24, 2003
Newport Harbor emerged victorious at the Corona del Mar Pony Baseball Father's Day baseball tournament for 14-year-olds with a 6-1 victory over the hosts on June 15 at Eastbluff Park. Harbor's pitching, including starter Drew Harris and relievers Jarrett Daniel and Nathan Todd, limited Corona del Mar to four hits and struck out 12. Offensively, Newport Harbor scored in five of the seven innings, collecting 10 hits and striking out just twice. Tom Southern got things started for Newport Harbor with a solo home run in the second inning.
June 22, 2003
Andy Dawson drove in the game-winning run and Justin Reyes pitched the seventh inning for the save to give the Costa Mesa 13-year-old Pony baseball team a 5-4 victory over host Cypress in the Cypress Pre All-Star tournament Friday. Andrew Niles started for Mesa and was relieved by Andrew Millian, who earned the win and was later named the game's Most Valuable Player by tournament officials. Juan Guzman, Bryan Bennett, Luke Boulger, Reyes, Millian and Niles each made strong defensive plays while Reyes led the way on offense with two hits, two runs scored and one RBI. Bennett, Millian, Phillip Weber and Nick DiPietro also contributed to the offensive attack.