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May 16, 1998 | STEVE KRESAL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
With the bases loaded in the seventh inning, Saddleback Coach Jack Hodges was getting ready to make a move. He had a couple of relievers warming up but starter Ryan Poe got a strikeout and a fly out to end the threat. Poe then finished by retiring six of the last seven in host Saddleback's 6-0 victory over Cypress in the community college regional baseball playoffs Friday. "Just when you think he's getting tired," Hodges said, "Poe steps it up a lot.
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May 22, 1998 | STEVE KRESAL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Ryan Poe has been part of a championship team before this spring at Saddleback College, but then it was strictly from behind the scenes. Poe spent much of last summer throwing batting practice to the team from South Mission Viejo that reached the championship game of the Little League World Series. "Being in Williamsport [Pa.] was amazing," Poe said, "It was like living the Little League dream."
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SPORTS
May 22, 1998 | STEVE KRESAL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Ryan Poe has been part of a championship team before this spring at Saddleback College, but then it was strictly from behind the scenes. Poe spent much of last summer throwing batting practice to the team from South Mission Viejo that reached the championship game of the Little League World Series. "Being in Williamsport [Pa.] was amazing," Poe said, "It was like living the Little League dream."
SPORTS
May 16, 1998 | STEVE KRESAL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
With the bases loaded in the seventh inning, Saddleback Coach Jack Hodges was getting ready to make a move. He had a couple of relievers warming up but starter Ryan Poe got a strikeout and a fly out to end the threat. Poe then finished by retiring six of the last seven in host Saddleback's 6-0 victory over Cypress in the community college regional baseball playoffs Friday. "Just when you think he's getting tired," Hodges said, "Poe steps it up a lot.
SPORTS
April 12, 1995
In the other semifinal game: Marina 1, Trabuco Hills 0--Marina scored its only run when Trabuco Hills pitcher Ryan Poe balked in the fourth inning with the bases loaded.
SPORTS
May 25, 1998
Tara Kroener, Saddleback pitcher and shortstop, has been selected the Orange Empire Conference player of the year by coaches. Kroener, from Ontario Chaffey High, hit .439 and was 13-2 in conference. Reanna Mendoza of Cypress and Erica Pilkington of Santa Ana are the co-pitchers of the year and Brad Pickler of Cypress and and Suzy Brazney of Golden West are the co-coaches of the year.
SPORTS
April 21, 1998 | STEVE KRESAL
Santa Ana will be involved in three games this week that will affect the Orange Empire Conference baseball race. Santa Ana (28-9, 12-7) and Saddleback (26-9, 12-7) are tied for second a game behind Riverside. The teams play at 2 p.m. today at Santa Ana. The Dons' Heath Bell (3-4) and the Gauchos' Ryan Poe (10-1) are the likely starters. Saddleback has won two of the three games between the teams this season.
SPORTS
March 11, 1998
Bobby Calderon's two-out home run in the 10th inning gave visiting Orange Coast an 8-7 victory over Santa Ana Tuesday in Orange Empire Conference baseball. Orange Coast (9-8, 2-5) tied the score in the ninth on Chad Gonzalez's sacrifice fly. Santa Ana took a 7-6 lead in the bottom of the seventh on Cory Williams' three-run homer. In other conference games: Riverside 19, Golden West 14--Greg Dobbs had four hits, four RBIs and three runs scored for Riverside (15-4, 5-2).
SPORTS
March 27, 1998
Julie Steele, Fullerton, Freshman Track and Field Steele, from Troy High, accounted for 42 of Fullerton's 83 points Saturday at the Orange County Track and Field Classic. She set a meet record in the long jump (17 1/2 feet), tied another meet record in the 100 meters (12.66 seconds) and also won the triple jump (34-4) and high jump (4-10). She was selected athlete of the meet. Softball Michelle Bailon * Cypress, sophomore.
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March 7, 1995
Coach: Randy Brouwer (fourth year). 1994: 19-6, 14-1 in the Pacific Coast League. Lost to Saddleback, 6-3, in first round of the the Division III playoffs. Key returners: Jake Anderson, OF, Sr.; Chris Black, P, Jr.; Brian Costello, 2B, Sr.; Ryan Kelley, P, Sr.; Kevin Kitmitto, OF, Sr.; John Lukin, C, Sr.; Matt Maslowski, P, Sr.; Ryan Poe, P, Jr.; Nick Punto, SS, Jr.; De Sha Runnels, OF, Sr.; Brentt York, OF, Sr. Key newcomers: Josh Gause, 3B, Jr.; Tom Kilby, OF, Jr.; Matt Ruppe, P, Jr.
SPORTS
May 10, 1997 | STEVE KRESAL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Greg Jacobs is the first to admit he has a backward approach to hitting, but none of his Cypress teammates are about to complain. Jacobs hit two home runs Friday as host Cypress beat Hancock, 15-4, in the Southern California baseball playoffs. Jacobs' first home run came after Craig Kuzmic's 14th homer of the season, which tied the Cypress single-season record. It was his fourth home run in the last three games.
SPORTS
April 3, 1998 | STEVE KRESAL
Lars Birkeland had four hits and Brian Griffin drove in four runs as Saddleback beat visiting Golden West, 10-6, in an Orange Empire Conference baseball game Thursday. Griffin, a sophomore center fielder, had key hits in the seventh and eighth innings. His fly-ball single to right in the seventh put Saddleback ahead, 7-3. The lead shrunk to 7-5 when Mike Greenberg drilled a two-run homer well over the center-field fence for Golden West in the top of the eighth.
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