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Orange Coast Defeats Bakersfield in Baseball Tournament

April 12, 2001

Matt Clanton and Mark Courvoisier combined on a six-hitter and Orange Coast College defeated Bakersfield, 3-0, in pool play at the Sequoias baseball tournament Wednesday in Bakersfield.

. Clanton struck out eight over six innings, and Courvoisier earned his third save of the season.

Freshman Greg Trimble had three hits to pace the Pirates.

In the Hancock tournament:

Cypress 7, Cuesta 1--Steve Yaden hit a two-run home run in the fifth inning, wiping out a 1-0 deficit, and finished with three RBIs for Cypress (22-12)

Manny Diaz went 7 1/3 innings to pick up the victory for the Chargers, striking out 10. Cypress lost to Hancock, 4-1, in an earlier game.

In the Palomar tournament:

Golden West 5, Moorpark 4--Joe Burgett scored from third on a delayed double steal in the ninth inning to give Golden West (12-19) the lead.

In the Fullerton tournament:

Santa Ana 13, Oxnard 5--Tony Alcantar, Aaron Escobedo and Mikela Olsen hit home runs as Santa Ana (27-6) collected 19 hits and scored in every inning but the seventh.

In nonconference men's volleyball:

Golden West 3, Palomar 0--Setter Brian Costanzo had 36 assists for host Golden West, which won, 25-18, 25-19, 28-26.

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