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March 15, 2001
In another league game: Laguna Hills 13, Woodbridge 3 (5, mercy)--Justin Hallenbeck drove in seven runs with a grand slam and a three-run homer, and teammates Chris Johnson and Kevin Barnum also homered for the host Hawks (3-3, 1-0). Cole Edmondson hit a two-run homer for Woodbridge (4-2, 0-1). In nonleague baseball: Corona del Mar 8, Redondo Beach Redondo Union 5--Corona del Mar's Eric Snell led off the fifth inning with a home run, breaking a 5-5 tie.
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March 11, 2014 | By Eric Sondheimer
 It was a day for the pitchers on Tuesday in high school baseball. There was Jack Flaherty of Harvard-Westlake outdueling Josh Garcia of Chatsworth, 1-0. Flaherty struck out nine and gave up four hits. Garcia, a sophomore, struck out six and gave up two hits. Tyler Radcliffe allowed three hits and Chris Betts hit a home run in Long Beach Wilson's 1-0 win over El Dorado. Sophomore Zack Noll threw a three-hitter in Great Oak's 1-0 win over Santa Fe Christian. Matt Campbell of Simi Valley struck out nine and allowed four hits in a 1-0 win over Rio Mesa.
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May 25, 1986
Esperanza High School will play top-seeded Simi Valley at Cal State Fullerton, and El Dorado will face Fontana at Fullerton College in the Southern Section 4-A baseball semifinals Tuesday. In the 3-A division, second-seeded Western will play El Segundo at Glover Stadium. Mission Viejo will try for its second straight trip to the 2-A final when it meets Artesia at UC Irvine. All of the semifinal games are scheduled for Tuesday at 3:15 p.m.
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June 1, 2012 | Eric Sondheimer
On June 14, 1982, Bret Saberhagen threw the first and only no-hitter in the now 43-year history of the City Section championship game at Dodger Stadium. "Who knew I would ever get a chance to play again in a major league stadium?" Saberhagen said by phone this week. "That's the big thing we looked at as kids. It's a special moment. Everyone wants to go to Dodger Stadium to play in the championship. " Thirty years ago Saberhagen was 18, a senior at Reseda Cleveland and pitching against Palisades, a team that included a player named Steve Kerr, now known for his vocabulary and NBA knowledge.
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March 9, 1993
ST. MARGARET'S 1992 RECORDS OVERALL: 9-7 LEAGUE: 4-4 COACH: RECORD AT SCHOOL Mike Hays: 20-10 RETURNING STARTERS YR. POS. B-T Jay Cecil Sr. SS-P L-R Greg Danz Sr. 1B R-R Mitch Kelley Jr. 1B-P L-L Rick Miller Jr. 3B-P R-R Joey Powell Jr. LF R-R Lupe Rodriguez Jr. C R-R * OTHER TOP RETURNERS YR. POS. B-T James Heiner So. 1B-OF R-R Micchio Oberro So. 2B R-R * TOP NEWCOMERS YR. POS. B-T Dean Kim Jr. RF R-R Wade Mezey Sr. CF R-L OUTLOOK After a third-place Academy League finish last season, St.
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February 26, 1992
Villa Park 1991 RECORDS: OVERALL: 6-9 LEAGUE: 9-16 COACH: RECORD AT SCHOOL John German: 0-0 RETURNING STARTERS YR. POS. B-T Jeremey Bentley Jr. SS R-R Scott Henderson Jr. P R-R Steve LeBrecht Sr. 1B R-R TOP RETURNERS YR. POS. B-T Rob Fischer Sr. P R-R TOP NEWCOMERS YR. POS. B-T Donnie Bladow Sr. 3B R-R Donovan German Jr. DH R-R Jeff Halbert So. C R-R Jason Johnson Sr. OF-P L-L A.J. Strapp Jr.
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August 10, 2008 | Chris Hine, Times Staff Writer
Trailing, 2-0, with just one hit through eight innings, the East decided to wait until it was down to its final three outs to start scoring. That ninth-inning rally, spurred by a go-ahead two-run single from right fielder Brian Goodwin, was enough to lift the East to a 4-2 win in the Aflac All-American game Saturday at Dodger Stadium, a game that featured some of the top high school senior baseball prospects in the country.
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August 9, 2008 | Chris Hine
Some of the nation's top high school senior baseball prospects will play today in the Aflac All-American game beginning at noon at Dodger Stadium. The contest pits East vs. West and features several Southern California players on the West squad, including Matt Davidson, who hit .329 with 22 runs batted in for Yucaipa last spring; Capistrano Valley's Tyler Matzek; Cypress' David Nick, who hit .453 with 38 RBIs; and Millikan's Jonathan Singleton, who hit .385 with four home runs.
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February 12, 2005
I thoroughly enjoyed the "Remembering When" article by Bill Plaschke in Wednesday's paper. Phil Pote is truly an inspiration to us all. As a scout for the Mariners, he continually stresses the need for academic performance to all players he comes across. I overheard a classic quote several years ago from Mr. Pote at an MLB Scouting Bureau workout at L.A. Southwest College with inner-city high school players. After seeing several young men in a group after the workout, he approached them and asked them if they loved baseball.
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August 9, 2002 | BEN BOLCH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Steven Sapp remembers those evenings as a young boy when he would tag along with his dad to watch Eric Davis wow the Dodger Stadium crowd with his blistering speed and powerful bat. OK, so Davis played for the Cincinnati Reds at the time and never accomplished much in his two seasons with the Dodgers, but Sapp didn't mind.
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June 24, 2001
Bishop Amat, which finished 27-2 and won the Southern Section Division IV championship, was selected team of the year by Cal-Hi Sports. Tom Meusborn of Chatsworth, which finished 31-2 and won the City Section title, was selected coach of the year and pitcher J.P. Howell of Carmichael Jesuit was chosen player of the year. Pitcher Bobby Paschal of Chaminade was chosen junior of the year.
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June 5, 2001
Doug Euper has resigned as coach at Bolsa Grande High, Athletic Director Ron Inman said. Euper was 39-62 in four seasons. All-star teams from four leagues will play in the fifth high school baseball all-star doubleheader Saturday at Windrow Park in Irvine. The Sea View League will play the Pacific Coast League at 3:30 p.m., followed by the South Coast League against the Century League at 7:30. Tickets are $4 for adults and $1 for students 18 and under.
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May 26, 2001
In other Division II games: Edison 5, La Mirada 4--Host Edison (20-8-1), defeated second-seeded La Mirada (23-5-1) when Chris Brannan's sixth-inning single scored A.J. Martinez from third. Steve Webber's first home run of the season had tied the score for the Chargers, 4-4. Sophomore David Huff (8-2) gave up five hits and struck out 10 in six innings and Tim Robertson got the final out with Matador runners on first and third.
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