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July 12, 2000
FOUNTAIN VALLEY - The Costa Mesa American Little League 9-10 All-Star team was eliminated from the District 62 Youth Baseball Tournament following Tuesday's 12-0 loss to Seaview at Huntington Valley Little League Park. Costa Mesa could only muster two hits in the four-inning game; singles by Andrew Millian and Scott Surdyka. Despite the loss, Manager Wes Stoner had nothing but positive things to say about his team. "This was a quality group, no doubt about it," Stoner said.
NEWS
July 10, 2002
Steve Virgen HUNTINGTON BEACH - The Costa Mesa American Little League All-Stars tickled one another, laughed and made funny noises while posing for a picture Tuesday at LeBard Park. The average spectator would have had no have idea this was a team that was just eliminated from the District 62 Majors Division All-Star Tournament, after dropping a 2-0 pitchers duel to Seaview from Huntington Beach. "Play hard! Have fun," the Costa Mesa All-Stars yelled in a huddle before their battle with Seaview.
SPORTS
By Matt Szabo | July 8, 2006
HUNTINGTON BEACH ? Seaview had the bats, but the Costa Mesa American Little League 9- and 10-year-old Division All-Stars didn't exactly make them work for it, either. Costa Mesa committed three errors in losing to Seaview, 14-0, on Friday at LeBard Park, ending the team's season at the District 62 All-Star Tournament. Seaview also had 10 hits in the game. The hosts scored five runs in the first inning and nine more in the third inning of a game that ended after Costa Mesa batted in the top of the fourth.
NEWS
July 15, 2001
Tony Altobelli HUNTINGTON BEACH - Apparently, someone on the side of the Costa Mesa National Little League Majors Division All-Star team forgot to wake the bats up for Saturday's 10 a.m. District 62, Area 2 title game with Seaview. With hibernating bats, Costa Mesa dropped a 4-2 decision to Seaview, forcing a deciding game today at 1 p.m. at Marina Park. "We didn't warm up well and we didn't hit well," Manager Bill Redding said. "I think in the back of their minds our kids know they can beat them and we came out a little flat.
SPORTS
By Dave Thorpe | July 12, 2006
WESTMINSTER ? The Costa Mesa National Little League 10- and 11-year old Division All-Stars will probably choose to recall the last three innings of their semifinal game against Seaview on Tuesday night rather than the first three. Costa Mesa dug itself a six-run hole in the first three innings, before battling back for five runs. Costa Mesa sent the tying run to the plate in the top of the sixth inning, but its comeback fell short in a 9-5 loss at Johnson Middle School in the District 62 All-Star Tournament.
NEWS
July 14, 2001
Tony Altobelli HUNTINGTON BEACH - The Costa Mesa National Little League Majors Division All-Star team is in the driver's seat for the District 62 playoffs. Today at 10 a.m. at Marina Park (Edinger and Graham, behind Marina High), the locals will take on Seaview for the Area 2 championship. Mesa won its previous matchup with Seaview, 9-3, on Wednesday. A win today or Sunday at 1 p.m., if necessary, would propel Costa Mesa into a best-of-three series with the Area 1 champion June 17-18-19.
NEWS
July 12, 2001
Tony Altobelli HUNTINGTON BEACH - Vinnie Valdez did everything except drag the infield, sell the popcorn and park the cars as the Costa Mesa National Little League Major Division All-Stars took care of Seaview, 9-3, in the second round of the District 62 All-Star Tournament Wednesday. Valdez went 3 for 3 with four RBIs and pitched a complete-game masterpiece for the locals, who will advance to Saturday's Area 2 championship game Saturday at 10 a.m. against the winner of today's Robinwood-Seaview matchup.
NEWS
July 10, 2000
years. JOSEPH BOO HUNTINGTON BEACH - With one swing of his bat, Brandon Hoffman helped wipe away four years of frustration for the Costa Mesa American Little League Majors baseball team. Hoffman crushed a two-out grand slam in the first inning to give his team a 4-0 lead, and CMALL held on for a 6-3 win over the Seaview Little League Saturday in the first round of the District 62 All-Star Tournament at Huntington Valley Little League field. With the win, it's first by a Costa Mesa Little League team since 1996, CMALL gets powerful Ocean View in the winner's bracket semifinals.
SPORTS
By Matt Szabo | July 3, 2006
HUNTINGTON BEACH ? Manager Greg Pearce sees hitting as one of the Costa Mesa National Little League Major All-Stars' strengths, and Little League games are prone to big rallies. Even so, it's tough to come back from a 7-0 first-inning deficit. Costa Mesa tried but fell short in an 11-3 loss to Seaview in a first-round District 62 All-Star Tournament game on Saturday at LeBard Park. Costa Mesa National is still alive in the double-elimination tournament, and will play Huntington Valley in a losers' bracket game on Wednesday at 5:30 p.m., also at LeBard Park.
SPORTS
By Matt Szabo | July 7, 2006
HUNTINGTON BEACH ? Up 3-0, the Costa Mesa American Little League Majors Division All-Stars had all the momentum early during their second-round game of the District 62 Tournament Thursday against Seaview at LeBard Park. Costa Mesa then spent the rest of the game giving the momentum back to Seaview, and the resulting 5-3 loss has the squad one game away from elimination. "Their pitcher [Aaron Rakhshani] didn't have a lot of movement or velocity; I don't know what it was," Costa Mesa Manager John McLuckey said.
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By David Carrillo PeƱaloza | June 30, 2008
HUNTINGTON BEACH — Before the final three outs, this baseball game was going down as Matt Jarmacz’s finest. His booming solo home run in the second inning tied the do-or-die game. His laser two-run home run in the fourth inning put Costa Mesa National Little League up by two runs. In the fifth inning, Jarmacz made a spectacular diving catch in center field to keep the pitching staff’s no-hit bid alive. What else could Jarmacz do against Seaview Little League in the District 62 All-Star Tournament for 11- and 12-year-olds?
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FEATURES
By Alicia Robinson | October 13, 2007
NEWPORT BEACH — Ruth Mang has been living in the same apartment for 25 years, and she couldn’t be happier. The apartment complex offers movie nights, barbecues and the occasional art class. Also, she’s close by the Oasis Senior Center — and when you’re 97, proximity can be important. Mang is one of five tenants who have been living at Seaview Lutheran Plaza since it opened in 1982. Residents of the 100-unit building, staff members and the board of directors will celebrate the plaza’s 25th anniversary with a luncheon today.
SPORTS
By Dave Thorpe | July 12, 2006
WESTMINSTER ? The Costa Mesa National Little League 10- and 11-year old Division All-Stars will probably choose to recall the last three innings of their semifinal game against Seaview on Tuesday night rather than the first three. Costa Mesa dug itself a six-run hole in the first three innings, before battling back for five runs. Costa Mesa sent the tying run to the plate in the top of the sixth inning, but its comeback fell short in a 9-5 loss at Johnson Middle School in the District 62 All-Star Tournament.
SPORTS
By Matt Szabo | July 8, 2006
HUNTINGTON BEACH ? Seaview had the bats, but the Costa Mesa American Little League 9- and 10-year-old Division All-Stars didn't exactly make them work for it, either. Costa Mesa committed three errors in losing to Seaview, 14-0, on Friday at LeBard Park, ending the team's season at the District 62 All-Star Tournament. Seaview also had 10 hits in the game. The hosts scored five runs in the first inning and nine more in the third inning of a game that ended after Costa Mesa batted in the top of the fourth.
SPORTS
By Matt Szabo | July 7, 2006
HUNTINGTON BEACH ? Up 3-0, the Costa Mesa American Little League Majors Division All-Stars had all the momentum early during their second-round game of the District 62 Tournament Thursday against Seaview at LeBard Park. Costa Mesa then spent the rest of the game giving the momentum back to Seaview, and the resulting 5-3 loss has the squad one game away from elimination. "Their pitcher [Aaron Rakhshani] didn't have a lot of movement or velocity; I don't know what it was," Costa Mesa Manager John McLuckey said.
SPORTS
By Matt Szabo | July 3, 2006
HUNTINGTON BEACH ? Manager Greg Pearce sees hitting as one of the Costa Mesa National Little League Major All-Stars' strengths, and Little League games are prone to big rallies. Even so, it's tough to come back from a 7-0 first-inning deficit. Costa Mesa tried but fell short in an 11-3 loss to Seaview in a first-round District 62 All-Star Tournament game on Saturday at LeBard Park. Costa Mesa National is still alive in the double-elimination tournament, and will play Huntington Valley in a losers' bracket game on Wednesday at 5:30 p.m., also at LeBard Park.
SPORTS
By Matt Szabo | June 19, 2006
HUNTINGTON BEACH ? The whole Costa Mesa National Little League Minor B Division Rockies team dog-piled on Manager Mark Roginson. After Roginson struggled to get up, a couple of grinning players dumped a bucket full of ice on him. Not the way teams usually celebrate losing, 17-7, to the Seaview A's on Saturday in the District 62 Tournament of Champions quarterfinals. But for the Rockies, it was the thrill of getting there that was being celebrated. The Rockies won three consecutive must-win games to capture the Costa Mesa National Little League Minor B crown, then took a 10-5 win over Fountain Valley in their first-round TOC game.
NEWS
July 10, 2002
Steve Virgen HUNTINGTON BEACH - The Costa Mesa American Little League All-Stars tickled one another, laughed and made funny noises while posing for a picture Tuesday at LeBard Park. The average spectator would have had no have idea this was a team that was just eliminated from the District 62 Majors Division All-Star Tournament, after dropping a 2-0 pitchers duel to Seaview from Huntington Beach. "Play hard! Have fun," the Costa Mesa All-Stars yelled in a huddle before their battle with Seaview.
NEWS
July 15, 2001
Tony Altobelli HUNTINGTON BEACH - Apparently, someone on the side of the Costa Mesa National Little League Majors Division All-Star team forgot to wake the bats up for Saturday's 10 a.m. District 62, Area 2 title game with Seaview. With hibernating bats, Costa Mesa dropped a 4-2 decision to Seaview, forcing a deciding game today at 1 p.m. at Marina Park. "We didn't warm up well and we didn't hit well," Manager Bill Redding said. "I think in the back of their minds our kids know they can beat them and we came out a little flat.
NEWS
July 14, 2001
Tony Altobelli HUNTINGTON BEACH - The Costa Mesa National Little League Majors Division All-Star team is in the driver's seat for the District 62 playoffs. Today at 10 a.m. at Marina Park (Edinger and Graham, behind Marina High), the locals will take on Seaview for the Area 2 championship. Mesa won its previous matchup with Seaview, 9-3, on Wednesday. A win today or Sunday at 1 p.m., if necessary, would propel Costa Mesa into a best-of-three series with the Area 1 champion June 17-18-19.
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