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June 2, 1989
El Toro High School shortstop Sean Drinkwater has signed a letter of intent to attend Texas A&M University on a baseball scholarship. As a senior, Drinkwater hit .345 with six home runs and 20 RBIs, and he helped lead El Toro into the Southern Section 3-A title game as a junior. He also played football and was among the top wide receivers in the county last fall. Drinkwater also visited Arizona, Arizona State and Wyoming before choosing Texas A&M. He plans to major in business.
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May 23, 1991 | STEVE KRESAL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
He was one of the main reasons Cypress College was there, but he wasn't around to see the Chargers' shining moment in the Southern California Regional baseball playoffs Sunday. Sean Drinkwater, a sophomore second baseman, was home in bed, sick with food poisoning, when Jason Bates hit a ninth-inning home run to give Cypress a 5-4 victory over Los Angeles Pierce in the regional championship game at Los Angeles Harbor College.
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May 23, 1991 | STEVE KRESAL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
He was one of the main reasons Cypress College was there, but he wasn't around to see the Chargers' shining moment in the Southern California Regional baseball playoffs Sunday. Sean Drinkwater, a sophomore second baseman, was home in bed, sick with food poisoning, when Jason Bates hit a ninth-inning home run to give Cypress a 5-4 victory over Los Angeles Pierce in the regional championship game at Los Angeles Harbor College.
SPORTS
June 2, 1989
El Toro High School shortstop Sean Drinkwater has signed a letter of intent to attend Texas A&M University on a baseball scholarship. As a senior, Drinkwater hit .345 with six home runs and 20 RBIs, and he helped lead El Toro into the Southern Section 3-A title game as a junior. He also played football and was among the top wide receivers in the county last fall. Drinkwater also visited Arizona, Arizona State and Wyoming before choosing Texas A&M. He plans to major in business.
SPORTS
May 13, 1989
Free safety Barry Gaskins of University High School and wide receiver Casey Mazzotta of Tustin have been added to the South roster for the Orange County All-Star football game June 30 at Orange Coast College's LeBard Stadium. Gaskins replaces Ty Price of Corona del Mar and Mazzotta replaces Sean Drinkwater of El Toro, who declined to play in the charity game. Practice for the South team begins June 17.
SPORTS
July 21, 1997 | STEVE KRESAL
Opponent--Reno Chukars Site--Moana Stadium Time--6:35 tonight, Tuesday, Wednesday Radio--KKSM-AM 1320 Records--Vigilantes 3-4, Chukars 5-2 Vigilante update--Shortstop Sean Drinkwater and left fielder Alan Burke each sat out a recent game with the flu. Reliever Josh Gingrich (Edison High, Orange Coast College) has been signed to replace catcher Eric Brooks, who was placed on the disabled list because of a broken thumb. Gingrich had already been released once by Mission Viejo this season.
SPORTS
September 10, 1988
Scott Toppo returned the opening kickoff 90 yards for a touchdown to lead El Toro High School to a 21-8 victory over host Long Beach Jordan Friday night. El Toro, which has nine consecutive victories over the past two seasons, managed only 107 yards in total offense. Quarterback Steve Stenstrom completed 5 of 16 passes for 51 yards and was sacked four times for minus 39 yards.
SPORTS
July 6, 1997
Todd Pridy hit a home run with one out in the top of the 10th for Sonoma County, which held on to defeat the Vigilantes, 10-9, in a Western League baseball game Saturday at Vigilantes Field. Corey Parker led off the bottom of the seventh with a home run for the Vigilantes to tie the score, 9-9. Kirt Kishita came on in relief with one out in the seventh and pitched 3 2/3 innings of scoreless relief before giving up the home run to Pridy. Kishita gave up four hits and a walk and struck out four.
SPORTS
August 15, 1997
The Vigilantes' Paul Anderson needed his glove, his speed and his arm for a complete-game, 3-2, victory over Reno in a Western Baseball League game Thursday at Saddleback College in front of an announced crowd of 1,476. Anderson took a 3-1 lead into the ninth but that was quickly in danger after he gave up a lead-off double Todd Takayoshi, the league's top hitter.
SPORTS
July 26, 1997
The Vigilantes pounded out 17 hits and beat Salinas, 15-2, in a Western Baseball League game Friday at Salinas Municipal Stadium. Right-hander Mike Smith (6-3) pitched seven strong innings, striking out six and giving up four hits and one earned run, on a fourth-inning homer by Bodie Shepherd. Mission Viejo scored four runs in each of the first, fifth and sixth innings. In the first, Willie Mosher opened with a double.
SPORTS
June 23, 1997
The Vigilantes' free fall continued Sunday with a 6-2 loss to Grays Harbor in a Western Baseball League game in front of an announced crowd of 939 in Hoquiam, Wash. It was the fourth consecutive loss for the Vigilantes (11-17), who lost four in a row and five of six on the trip that ended Sunday. Since starting the season by winning five of seven on the first homestand, the Vigilantes have gone 6-15, including winning only four of 15 road games.
SPORTS
May 10, 1991
Orange Empire Conference baseball coaches have voted Raul Rodarte of Rancho Santiago College player of the year. Rodarte, a sophomore shortstop, hit .385 overall and .426 in 24 conference games for the Dons, who won the title for the second consecutive year and third time in four seasons. Rodarte had 11 doubles, 11 home runs, 15 stolen bases and 49 runs batted in. Don Sneddon of Rancho Santiago was named coach of the year.
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