Jewett Cameron

15 Apr 19
Last10K

Jewett Cameron Trading Co Ltd (JCTCF) SEC Filing 10-Q Quarterly report for the period ending Thursday, February 28, 2019

15 Apr 19
JMcDonaldMedia

By Jeremy McDonald jeremymcdonald73@gmail.com SALEM, Ore.– At 1-5 in the NWAC South Region standings and on the wrong side of a 4-9 stretch after their 11-1-1 start to the season, Chemeketa baseball needed to pick up some crucial league wins to keep up with the teams in front of them. The Storm rolled in Game […]

11 Apr 19
Stevenson Daily Digest

Statesman Reporters Earn Awards in State Contest Three Statesman reporters earned first-place awards and several others also received honors in the 2019 Illinois Women’s Press Association newspaper contest. Sophomore Ojasvi Saxena and junior Emily Lu won first place in Sports Writing for their piece about hate speech rules adopted by the Illinois High School Association […]

08 Apr 19
Basketball Wall Street USA

  Basketball Wall Street: Travel Club Rosters Part 2   Sports City U (OH) Roster Makayla Elmore 6-3 | 2021 Madeline Westbeld 6-2 | 2020 Gabby Hutcherson 6-2 | 2020 Nevaeh Dean 6-2 | 2020 Bree Hall 6-1 | 2021 Grace Vanslooten 6-1 | 2022 Cotie McMahon 5-10 | 2022 Mari Bickley 5-10 | 2023 […]

21 Mar 19
Sebastian's Pub

JT Thomson Follow on Twitter Vishnu Parasuraman Follow on Twitter The Lady Canes were picked to host the first 2 rounds of the tournament, starting Friday night against Florida Gulf Coast. Miami is the 4-seed, and paired against the aforementioned 13-seeded FGCU, while the bracket opposite the Canes includes 5th-seeded Arizona State and 12th-seeded Central […]

13 Mar 19
Orange County Register
Highlights and top performers from the Orange County baseball and softball games on Tuesday, March 12. BASEBALL Tuesday’s baseball scoreboard BASEBALL Cypress, the No. 1 team in both the Orange County Top 25 and CIF-SS Division 1, scored two runs in the sixth inning and squeaked past Pacifica 2-1 in an Empire League opener Tuesday at Pacifica High. Braden Murphy and Cameron Repetti both scored on Tyler Chaffee’s single, and Repetti pitched out of a bases-loaded jam with a strikeout and a double play for the Centurions (11-1, 1-0). Pacifica (5-7) scored its run in the bottom of the sixth. No. 2 Orange Lutheran came back from an early two-run deficit to beat No. 19 Santa Margarita 4-2 in a Trinity League opener at Santa Margarita High. Christian Rodriguez allowed two first-inning runs on three hits but shut down the Eagles thereafter, allowing just one more hit and two walks in 5 1/3 innings. Evan Adolphus finished off the sixth inning and Max Rajcic struck out two in a perfect seventh for the save. Jasiah Dixon was 2-for-4 with a run and an RBI. Karson Moore also had two hits and scored a run for the Lancers, who tied it 2-2 in the third and went ahead 4-2 in the top of the sixth. No. 4 JSerra opened Trinity League play with a 5-3 win at St. John Bosco. Luke Jewett gave up an early three-run inning, then held the Braves scoreless as the Lions came back to win. JSerra (6-6) has won two in a row after losing six straight and will host Bosco at 6 p.m. Wednesday. No. 21 San Clemente squandered a three-run lead in the bottom of the seventh but wound up beating Laguna Hills 4-3 in nine innings in a Sea View League game at Laguna Hills High. The triumphant Tritons had 12 hits to the Hawks’ five, but Laguna got run-scoring doubles from Joaquin Jaurequi (two RBI) and Scotty Kato to tie it 3-3 in the seventh. Marina senior Chad Hennessey survived a rough first inning, allowing just one run, then held Chino Hills scoreless the rest of the game as the Vikings rallied for a 2-1 nonleague victory on the road. Hennessey gave up four hits in the first but was aided by his defense, which threw out two runners on the bases. Troy Kent threw out one of the runners at the plate, then made an over-the-shoulder catch at the warning track in center field in the fifth to save two runs. Kent had tied the game 1-1 with a two-out RBI single in the top of the fifth. Cory Lewis then drove in the go-ahead run with a two-out single in the sixth. Hennessey (4-1) allowed just three hits after the first inning and struck out three. Jeremy Haugh pitched a four-hit shutout as Tustin opened Empire League play with a 5-0 win over Crean Lutheran. Jakob Reed was 2-for-4 with a double and two RBI, Ethan Sanchez also had two RBI and Abel Castrejon tripled and drove in the other run for the Tillers (4-3-2, 1-0). The six-team Garden Grove League combined to score 63 runs Tuesday, most of them in Loara’s 27-3 win over Santiago and Los Amigos’ 14-10 football score against Bolsa Grande. Rancho Alamitos beat La Quinta by a more sedate 7-2. Loara (3-0, 4-5) scored 16 runs in the second inning at Santiago and kept pace with first-place Rancho (4-0, 6-4). Los Amigos led Bolsa 8-2 after one inning and 13-8 after two. SOFTBALL Tuesday’s softball scoreboard Hannah Coor homered and drove in all four runs for No. 7 Esperanza in a 4-2 win over Yorba Linda. Emily Gomez pitched a two-hitter with eight strikeouts. Yorba Linda’s two hits were home runs by Eleni Katsivalis and Eleni Cantonis. No. 1 Los Alamitos ripped 12 hits in five innings to beat Fountain Valley 13-2 in a Sunset Conference crossover game. Ali Belarde doubled, tripled and drove in two runs and Kennedi Houshmandzadeh homered for the Griffins (8-2), who scored nine runs in the fourth. Tyler Denhart allowed one hit in three innings. No. 3 Huntington Beach laid a similar whupping on Corona del Mar, 15-1, in another Sunset crossover. Reanna Rudd and Devyn Greer each homered as 16 Oilers totaled 15 hits in the six-inning game. Greer allowed one hit and struck out seven in three innings for the win. Makena Tomlinson homered for CdM. Rena Rocha pitched a one-hitter with 13 strikeouts as Santiago won its first home game of the season, 7-0 over Whitney. The Cavaliers stayed unbeaten at 6-0. Coaches and team representatives are encouraged to email their scores and stats after every game to the Register at preps@ocregister.com.  
13 Mar 19
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Highlights and top performers from the Orange County baseball and softball games on Tuesday, March 12. BASEBALL Tuesday’s baseball scoreboard BASEBALL Cypress, the No. 1 team in both the Orange County Top 25 and CIF-SS Division 1, scored two runs in the sixth inning and squeaked past Pacifica 2-1 in an Empire League opener Tuesday at Pacifica High. Braden Murphy and Cameron Repetti both scored on Tyler Chaffee’s single, and Repetti pitched out of a bases-loaded jam with a strikeout and a double play for the Centurions (11-1, 1-0). Pacifica (5-7) scored its run in the bottom of the sixth. No. 2 Orange Lutheran came back from an early two-run deficit to beat No. 19 Santa Margarita 4-2 in a Trinity League opener at Santa Margarita High. Christian Rodriguez allowed two first-inning runs on three hits but shut down the Eagles thereafter, allowing just one more hit and two walks in 5 1/3 innings. Evan Adolphus finished off the sixth inning and Max Rajcic struck out two in a perfect seventh for the save. Jasiah Dixon was 2-for-4 with a run and an RBI. Karson Moore also had two hits and scored a run for the Lancers, who tied it 2-2 in the third and went ahead 4-2 in the top of the sixth. No. 4 JSerra opened Trinity League play with a 5-3 win at St. John Bosco. Luke Jewett gave up an early three-run inning, then held the Braves scoreless as the Lions came back to win. JSerra (6-6) has won two in a row after losing six straight and will host Bosco at 6 p.m. Wednesday. No. 21 San Clemente squandered a three-run lead in the bottom of the seventh but wound up beating Laguna Hills 4-3 in nine innings in a Sea View League game at Laguna Hills High. The triumphant Tritons had 12 hits to the Hawks’ five, but Laguna got run-scoring doubles from Joaquin Jaurequi (two RBI) and Scotty Kato to tie it 3-3 in the seventh. Marina senior Chad Hennessey survived a rough first inning, allowing just one run, then held Chino Hills scoreless the rest of the game as the Vikings rallied for a 2-1 nonleague victory on the road. Hennessey gave up four hits in the first but was aided by his defense, which threw out two runners on the bases. Troy Kent threw out one of the runners at the plate, then made an over-the-shoulder catch at the warning track in center field in the fifth to save two runs. Kent had tied the game 1-1 with a two-out RBI single in the top of the fifth. Cory Lewis then drove in the go-ahead run with a two-out single in the sixth. Hennessey (4-1) allowed just three hits after the first inning and struck out three. Jeremy Haugh pitched a four-hit shutout as Tustin opened Empire League play with a 5-0 win over Crean Lutheran. Jakob Reed was 2-for-4 with a double and two RBI, Ethan Sanchez also had two RBI and Abel Castrejon tripled and drove in the other run for the Tillers (4-3-2, 1-0). The six-team Garden Grove League combined to score 63 runs Tuesday, most of them in Loara’s 27-3 win over Santiago and Los Amigos’ 14-10 football score against Bolsa Grande. Rancho Alamitos beat La Quinta by a more sedate 7-2. Loara (3-0, 4-5) scored 16 runs in the second inning at Santiago and kept pace with first-place Rancho (4-0, 6-4). Los Amigos led Bolsa 8-2 after one inning and 13-8 after two. SOFTBALL Tuesday’s softball scoreboard Hannah Coor homered and drove in all four runs for No. 7 Esperanza in a 4-2 win over Yorba Linda. Emily Gomez pitched a two-hitter with eight strikeouts. Yorba Linda’s two hits were home runs by Eleni Katsivalis and Eleni Cantonis. No. 1 Los Alamitos ripped 12 hits in five innings to beat Fountain Valley 13-2 in a Sunset Conference crossover game. Ali Belarde doubled, tripled and drove in two runs and Kennedi Houshmandzadeh homered for the Griffins (8-2), who scored nine runs in the fourth. Tyler Denhart allowed one hit in three innings. No. 3 Huntington Beach laid a similar whupping on Corona del Mar, 15-1, in another Sunset crossover. Reanna Rudd and Devyn Greer each homered as 16 Oilers totaled 15 hits in the six-inning game. Greer allowed one hit and struck out seven in three innings for the win. Makena Tomlinson homered for CdM. Rena Rocha pitched a one-hitter with 13 strikeouts as Santiago won its first home game of the season, 7-0 over Whitney. The Cavaliers stayed unbeaten at 6-0. Coaches and team representatives are encouraged to email their scores and stats after every game to the Register at preps@ocregister.com.  
27 Feb 19
IowaAAUWrestling

2019 AAU Kid’s State Results- A DIVISION A 3rd-4th Grade – 50 Guaranteed Places 1st Place – Amari Odom of Bettendorf Wrestling Club 2nd Place – Dawson Kaska of Wilton Wrestling Club 3rd Place – Damien Yeoman of DC Elite 4th Place – Thayer Hagstrom of Hammerin Hawks 5th Place – Keller Little of Southern […]

25 Feb 19

BOY’S A 3rd-4th Grade – 50 Guaranteed Places 1st Place – Amari Odom of Bettendorf Wrestling Club 2nd Place – Dawson Kaska of Wilton Wrestling Club 3rd Place – Damien Yeoman of DC Elite 4th Place – Thayer Hagstrom of Hammerin Hawks 5th Place – Keller Little of Southern Iowa Outlaws 6th Place – Luke […]

23 Feb 19

Purchase Live Stream + Archives from 2019 AAU Kids and Girls State Championships ARCHIVES Sat A50-70 Mats 1-3 50 Round1 Champ. Round 1 – Luke Walsh (Siouxland Wrestling Academy) received a bye () Bye Champ. Round 1 – Braxton Brink (Hammerin Hawks) won by fall over Anderson Osgood (ADM Tiger Wrestling Club) Fall 2:00 Champ. […]

21 Feb 19
Orange County Register
Highlights and top performers from the Orange County baseball and softball games on Wednesday, Feb. 20. BASEBALL Wednesday’s baseball scoreboard Newport Elks Tournament No. 4 JSerra increased its season-opening winning streak to four with a 7-2 win over Corona in a semifinal of the Frank Lerner Division of the Newport Elks Tournament. Sophomore pitcher Luke Jewett allowed just three hits and one run over 6.1 innings. Nino Vultaggio had two hits including a home run and three RBIs. UCLA-signee Michael Curialle had two hits with a double and a stolen base. @NinoVultaggio 3 Run HR in the 6th. pic.twitter.com/3B1LxI9hP4 — JSerra Baseball (@JSerraLionsBB) February 21, 2019 Also in the Frank Lerner Division, No. 8 Mater Dei beat No. 22 Foothill 5-4. The Monarchs had two home runs in the win, one from Andrew Chorbagian and one from San Diego State commit Joey Nicolai. Senior lefty Anthony Chiaramonte got the win for the Monarchs throwing 2.2 scoreless innings without allowing a hit. In the Foothill Division of the Newport Elks Tournament, No. 14 Newport Harbor displayed its high-powered offense in a 10-4 win over Capistrano Valley Christian. USC commit John Olmstead hit a three-run home run for the Sailors and Mac Briggs hit a two-run homer. Braham Duncan had three hits and scored two runs in the win. Cal Poly commit Cameron Mahaffy struck out nine over six innings for Newport. No. 19 Trabuco Hills beat St. Paul of Santa Fe Springs 3-2 in eight innings in a semifinal game of the Newport Elks. UC Irvine commit Bronson Yager pitched six good innings for the Mustangs and Sammy Murphy pitched two innings of relief, earning the win. Trailing 2-0, Dylan Tanner and Robbie Weiskittel hit run scoring doubles in the fourth inning to tie the game. Justin Bailey, who is committed to Lewis and Clark College, hit a walk-off double in the eighth inning to give the Mustangs the win. Trabuco Hills will play Newport Harbor in the championship of the Foothill Division Friday. Laguna Beach improved its record to 4-0 in the Costa Mesa Division of the Newport Elks Tournament by beating Troy 5-2. Jeremy Hayes hit a home run in his only at bat for the Breakers. Aidan Booth had two hits and two RBIs. UCLA commit Eric Silva struck out eight over 5.1 innings. SOFTBALL Wednesday’s softball scoreboard JSerra coach Katie Stith got her first win as a head coach when the No. 19 Lions beat Dana Hills 7-2 in their season opener. Hollie Farmer had three hits with two doubles and a run batted in. Jaden Hill had a pair of hits, scored three runs and stole two bases. Alison Steinker had two doubles and two RBIs for the Lions and Taylor Caudill threw five scoreless innings. No. 2 Los Alamitos narrowly beat No. 9 Cypress 4-3 in the Griffins’ season opener at Cypress High. Sophomore Emma Sellers went 3 for 3 and drove in two runs. Jamie Sellers had two hits for Los Alamitos. Catcher Kaitlyn Govea had two hits and two RBIs for Cypress. La Quinta picked up a 13-7 win over Century in a nonleague game. Sophomore Melissa Rodriguez had two doubles, drove in two runs and stole a base. Ryann Nadeau scored three runs and stole two bases. Junior catcher Hannah Cortez had a double and drove in two runs. Brea Olinda took a break from the Brea Olinda Tournament to beat Troy 3-2 in a nonleague game at Brea Olinda High. Sophomore McKenna Grigoli had two hits and drove in a run. Grigoli also pitched five innings, allowed one run and struck out three. Kamiron Klabb had two hits for the Wildcats and Mariah Carcano hit a double. Bri Castellon struck out seven over six innings for Troy in the loss. The Wildcats will resume play in the Brea Olinda Tournament against Redondo Union Friday. Savanna Showcase Sabrina Seaton hit two home runs in No. 7 Esperanza’s 11-5 win over Charter Oak in the Savanna Showcase. Seaton had hits in all three at bats and drove in five runs. Taylor Halterman had a two-run single for the Aztecs in the win and Raquelle Ngue hit a two-run double. Fountain Valley got its first win of the season against Mary Star of the Sea in the Savanna Showcase. The Barons jumped to a 4-0 lead in the first inning but Mary Star scored four runs in the second inning to tie the game. Fountain Valley scored two runs in the bottom of the fifth inning to win the game. Coaches and team representatives are encouraged to email their scores and stats after every game to the Register at preps@ocregister.com.
21 Feb 19
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Highlights and top performers from the Orange County baseball and softball games on Wednesday, Feb. 20. BASEBALL Wednesday’s baseball scoreboard Newport Elks Tournament No. 4 JSerra increased its season-opening winning streak to four with a 7-2 win over Corona in a semifinal of the Frank Lerner Division of the Newport Elks Tournament. Sophomore pitcher Luke Jewett allowed just three hits and one run over 6.1 innings. Nino Vultaggio had two hits including a home run and three RBIs. UCLA-signee Michael Curialle had two hits with a double and a stolen base. @NinoVultaggio 3 Run HR in the 6th. pic.twitter.com/3B1LxI9hP4 — JSerra Baseball (@JSerraLionsBB) February 21, 2019 Also in the Frank Lerner Division, No. 8 Mater Dei beat No. 22 Foothill 5-4. The Monarchs had two home runs in the win, one from Andrew Chorbagian and one from San Diego State commit Joey Nicolai. Senior lefty Anthony Chiaramonte got the win for the Monarchs throwing 2.2 scoreless innings without allowing a hit. In the Foothill Division of the Newport Elks Tournament, No. 14 Newport Harbor displayed its high-powered offense in a 10-4 win over Capistrano Valley Christian. USC commit John Olmstead hit a three-run home run for the Sailors and Mac Briggs hit a two-run homer. Braham Duncan had three hits and scored two runs in the win. Cal Poly commit Cameron Mahaffy struck out nine over six innings for Newport. No. 19 Trabuco Hills beat St. Paul of Santa Fe Springs 3-2 in eight innings in a semifinal game of the Newport Elks. UC Irvine commit Bronson Yager pitched six good innings for the Mustangs and Sammy Murphy pitched two innings of relief, earning the win. Trailing 2-0, Dylan Tanner and Robbie Weiskittel hit run scoring doubles in the fourth inning to tie the game. Justin Bailey, who is committed to Lewis and Clark College, hit a walk-off double in the eighth inning to give the Mustangs the win. Trabuco Hills will play Newport Harbor in the championship of the Foothill Division Friday. Laguna Beach improved its record to 4-0 in the Costa Mesa Division of the Newport Elks Tournament by beating Troy 5-2. Jeremy Hayes hit a home run in his only at bat for the Breakers. Aidan Booth had two hits and two RBIs. UCLA commit Eric Silva struck out eight over 5.1 innings. SOFTBALL Wednesday’s softball scoreboard JSerra coach Katie Stith got her first win as a head coach when the No. 19 Lions beat Dana Hills 7-2 in their season opener. Hollie Farmer had three hits with two doubles and a run batted in. Jaden Hill had a pair of hits, scored three runs and stole two bases. Alison Steinker had two doubles and two RBIs for the Lions and Taylor Caudill threw five scoreless innings. No. 2 Los Alamitos narrowly beat No. 9 Cypress 4-3 in the Griffins’ season opener at Cypress High. Sophomore Emma Sellers went 3 for 3 and drove in two runs. Jamie Sellers had two hits for Los Alamitos. Catcher Kaitlyn Govea had two hits and two RBIs for Cypress. La Quinta picked up a 13-7 win over Century in a nonleague game. Sophomore Melissa Rodriguez had two doubles, drove in two runs and stole a base. Ryann Nadeau scored three runs and stole two bases. Junior catcher Hannah Cortez had a double and drove in two runs. Brea Olinda took a break from the Brea Olinda Tournament to beat Troy 3-2 in a nonleague game at Brea Olinda High. Sophomore McKenna Grigoli had two hits and drove in a run. Grigoli also pitched five innings, allowed one run and struck out three. Kamiron Klabb had two hits for the Wildcats and Mariah Carcano hit a double. Bri Castellon struck out seven over six innings for Troy in the loss. The Wildcats will resume play in the Brea Olinda Tournament against Redondo Union Friday. Savanna Showcase Sabrina Seaton hit two home runs in No. 7 Esperanza’s 11-5 win over Charter Oak in the Savanna Showcase. Seaton had hits in all three at bats and drove in five runs. Taylor Halterman had a two-run single for the Aztecs in the win and Raquelle Ngue hit a two-run double. Fountain Valley got its first win of the season against Mary Star of the Sea in the Savanna Showcase. The Barons jumped to a 4-0 lead in the first inning but Mary Star scored four runs in the second inning to tie the game. Fountain Valley scored two runs in the bottom of the fifth inning to win the game. Coaches and team representatives are encouraged to email their scores and stats after every game to the Register at preps@ocregister.com.
19 Feb 19
Orange County Register
Highlights and top performers from the Orange County baseball and softball games on Monday, Feb. 18. BASEBALL Monday’s baseball scoreboard Newport Elks Tournament Five Portola pitchers combined for a no-hitter against Santa Ana Valley in an 11-0 victory in the Newport Elks Tournament. Kaeden Foucart, Aidan Russell, Jamison King, Josh Liu and Josh Park combined for the no-hitter and had 15 strikeouts. Russell got the win with six strikeouts in two innings. Luke Shen got it done for the Bulldogs on the offensive end with three hits, three RBIs and a stolen base. Cutter Clawson was excellent on the mound and at the plate in a 12-0 win for Laguna Beach over Arlington of Riverside. The BYU signee had three hits with a home run and three RBIs. Clawson also threw four shutout innings with six strikeouts in a winning effort. Kolton Freeman hit a home run for the Breakers and Christian Holm had two hits with four RBIs. Jacob Juarez hit a home run and pitched four shutout innings in Capistrano Valley Christian’s 12-2 win over Fullerton. Jace Baqui had three hits for the Eagles with three RBIs and Charlie Miller also had three hits. The Eagles lost to San Juan Hills 3-0 in another Newport Elks game. Kyle Rawlings had a two-run triple for San Juan Hills in the win. Foothill exploded for 19 runs in two games of the Newport Elks. The Knights beat Riverside Poly 12-9 in the first game. Junior infielder Hudson Lehnertz had three hits and four RBIs. Jacob Nava had two hits, drove in two runs and had a stolen base. Foothill beat St. John Bosco 7-4 in the second game of the tournament. Ketch Gannon and Sam Coulston allowed just five hits in six innings in the win. JSerra hit three home runs in a 5-1 win over Tesoro. Luke Jewett hit two home runs for the Lions and Blake Klassen hit a two-run home run in JSerra’s win. Ryan Farmer allowed one run over five innings for the Lions and Cameron Cooke finished the game with two shutout innings. Four Mater Dei pitchers combined to shut out Capistrano Valley in a 1-0 win for the Monarchs. Christian Schwarz was the winning pitcher for the Monarchs and struck out one in one inning of work. Joey Nicolai had two hits for Mater Dei and Andrew Chorbagian scored the Monarchs’ only run and had one hit. Corona del Mar went on a two-city road trip in the Newport Elks Tournament and came home with a 1-0-1 record. The Sea Kings beat Roosevelt 4-1 in the morning game at Eastvale. Tom Wilcox allowed one run and struck out five in four innings. Ryan Borquez permitted just one hit over the last three innings. Luc Stuka was 2-for-3 with an RBI, stolen base and two runs scored. Carter Haight had a big double in the seventh to start a rally that led to two insurance runs. CdM moved on to St. Paul in Sante Fe Springs, where the game ended in a 0-0 tie after three official innings. The Sea Kings had the bases loaded with one out in the top of the fourth, when rain halted play. After 20 minutes, umpires called the game due to a wet field. Loara Tournament Canyon shut out Aliso Niguel 6-0 in the Loara Tournament Monday. Cal Baptist commit William St. Marseille pitched six shutout innings and struck out three for the Comanches. Jacob McClure went 1-3 with a double and two RBIs for Canyon. Kevin Fitzer had two hits for Aliso Niguel in the loss. Hayden Cody was outstanding on the mound for Mission Viejo in a 2-1 win over Servite. Cody pitched a complete game, allowed just two hits and struck out six. Aaron Casillas and Jack Haggerty each had two hits and drove in a run for the Diablos. Villa Park cruised to a 4-0 victory over Downey. Isaac Ontiveros pitched five shutout innings and Aaron Perez pitched two. Garrett Deiro had two hits for the Spartans, walked and scored a run. Tonio Ard had a two-run single for Villa Park in the win. Sophomore Matt Wilson pitched a five-hitter in his first varsity start and Braden Wylde doubled home the winning run in the bottom of the seventh inning as Marina edged El Modena 3-2 in a Loara Tournament consolation game at Marina High. Wilson walked nobody and struck out four in a duel with El Modena sophomore lefty Kavi Patel, who surrendered just three hits and two runs over six innings in the no-decision. El Modena broke a scoreless tie with a run in the top of the fifth, but Marina took a 2-1 lead on Troy Kent’s two-run homer in the bottom of the inning. El Mo tied it 2-2 in the top of the sixth. In the Marina seventh, senior right-fielder Austin Hallman doubled, moved to third on a ground ball by Kent and came home on Wylde’s walk-off hit. SOFTBALL Monday’s softball scoreboard Cypress Tournament Cypress swept a pair of rescheduled games in the Cypress Tournament. The Centurions beat Roosevelt/Eastvale 3-0 as Columbia-bound Katherine LoVerde went 2-for-3 and Siena signee Kaitlyn Govea also went 2-for-3 with an RBI. Cypress then edged Canyon 2-1 on a walk-off single by Tatianna Roman. Govea drove in the other Cypress run and Marymount-bound Jordan Thompson was 2-for-3. Savanna Showcase Westminster unloaded its power on two teams in the Savanna Showcase. The Lions mauled Montebello 17-1 on 16 hits, six of them for extra bases. The game was stopped after the fourth inning, in which Westminster scored nine runs. Bella Frias homered, doubled and drove in four runs. LeeAnne Miranda had three doubles and three RBI and retired all nine batters she faced in the circle, six via strikeout. The Lions then beat Oxford Academy 8-4 in five innings. Alyssa Williams and Jasmine Vasquez each homered in this one, with Williams driving in three runs. Coaches and team representatives are encouraged to email their scores and stats after every game to the Register at preps@ocregister.com.  
19 Feb 19
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Highlights and top performers from the Orange County baseball and softball games on Monday, Feb. 18. BASEBALL Monday’s baseball scoreboard Newport Elks Tournament Five Portola pitchers combined for a no-hitter against Santa Ana Valley in an 11-0 victory in the Newport Elks Tournament. Kaeden Foucart, Aidan Russell, Jamison King, Josh Liu and Josh Park combined for the no-hitter and had 15 strikeouts. Russell got the win with six strikeouts in two innings. Luke Shen got it done for the Bulldogs on the offensive end with three hits, three RBIs and a stolen base. Cutter Clawson was excellent on the mound and at the plate in a 12-0 win for Laguna Beach over Arlington of Riverside. The BYU signee had three hits with a home run and three RBIs. Clawson also threw four shutout innings with six strikeouts in a winning effort. Kolton Freeman hit a home run for the Breakers and Christian Holm had two hits with four RBIs. Jacob Juarez hit a home run and pitched four shutout innings in Capistrano Valley Christian’s 12-2 win over Fullerton. Jace Baqui had three hits for the Eagles with three RBIs and Charlie Miller also had three hits. The Eagles lost to San Juan Hills 3-0 in another Newport Elks game. Kyle Rawlings had a two-run triple for San Juan Hills in the win. Foothill exploded for 19 runs in two games of the Newport Elks. The Knights beat Riverside Poly 12-9 in the first game. Junior infielder Hudson Lehnertz had three hits and four RBIs. Jacob Nava had two hits, drove in two runs and had a stolen base. Foothill beat St. John Bosco 7-4 in the second game of the tournament. Ketch Gannon and Sam Coulston allowed just five hits in six innings in the win. JSerra hit three home runs in a 5-1 win over Tesoro. Luke Jewett hit two home runs for the Lions and Blake Klassen hit a two-run home run in JSerra’s win. Ryan Farmer allowed one run over five innings for the Lions and Cameron Cooke finished the game with two shutout innings. Four Mater Dei pitchers combined to shut out Capistrano Valley in a 1-0 win for the Monarchs. Christian Schwarz was the winning pitcher for the Monarchs and struck out one in one inning of work. Joey Nicolai had two hits for Mater Dei and Andrew Chorbagian scored the Monarchs’ only run and had one hit. Corona del Mar went on a two-city road trip in the Newport Elks Tournament and came home with a 1-0-1 record. The Sea Kings beat Roosevelt 4-1 in the morning game at Eastvale. Tom Wilcox allowed one run and struck out five in four innings. Ryan Borquez permitted just one hit over the last three innings. Luc Stuka was 2-for-3 with an RBI, stolen base and two runs scored. Carter Haight had a big double in the seventh to start a rally that led to two insurance runs. CdM moved on to St. Paul in Sante Fe Springs, where the game ended in a 0-0 tie after three official innings. The Sea Kings had the bases loaded with one out in the top of the fourth, when rain halted play. After 20 minutes, umpires called the game due to a wet field. Loara Tournament Canyon shut out Aliso Niguel 6-0 in the Loara Tournament Monday. Cal Baptist commit William St. Marseille pitched six shutout innings and struck out three for the Comanches. Jacob McClure went 1-3 with a double and two RBIs for Canyon. Kevin Fitzer had two hits for Aliso Niguel in the loss. Hayden Cody was outstanding on the mound for Mission Viejo in a 2-1 win over Servite. Cody pitched a complete game, allowed just two hits and struck out six. Aaron Casillas and Jack Haggerty each had two hits and drove in a run for the Diablos. Villa Park cruised to a 4-0 victory over Downey. Isaac Ontiveros pitched five shutout innings and Aaron Perez pitched two. Garrett Deiro had two hits for the Spartans, walked and scored a run. Tonio Ard had a two-run single for Villa Park in the win. Sophomore Matt Wilson pitched a five-hitter in his first varsity start and Braden Wylde doubled home the winning run in the bottom of the seventh inning as Marina edged El Modena 3-2 in a Loara Tournament consolation game at Marina High. Wilson walked nobody and struck out four in a duel with El Modena sophomore lefty Kavi Patel, who surrendered just three hits and two runs over six innings in the no-decision. El Modena broke a scoreless tie with a run in the top of the fifth, but Marina took a 2-1 lead on Troy Kent’s two-run homer in the bottom of the inning. El Mo tied it 2-2 in the top of the sixth. In the Marina seventh, senior right-fielder Austin Hallman doubled, moved to third on a ground ball by Kent and came home on Wylde’s walk-off hit. SOFTBALL Monday’s softball scoreboard Cypress Tournament Cypress swept a pair of rescheduled games in the Cypress Tournament. The Centurions beat Roosevelt/Eastvale 3-0 as Columbia-bound Katherine LoVerde went 2-for-3 and Siena signee Kaitlyn Govea also went 2-for-3 with an RBI. Cypress then edged Canyon 2-1 on a walk-off single by Tatianna Roman. Govea drove in the other Cypress run and Marymount-bound Jordan Thompson was 2-for-3. Savanna Showcase Westminster unloaded its power on two teams in the Savanna Showcase. The Lions mauled Montebello 17-1 on 16 hits, six of them for extra bases. The game was stopped after the fourth inning, in which Westminster scored nine runs. Bella Frias homered, doubled and drove in four runs. LeeAnne Miranda had three doubles and three RBI and retired all nine batters she faced in the circle, six via strikeout. The Lions then beat Oxford Academy 8-4 in five innings. Alyssa Williams and Jasmine Vasquez each homered in this one, with Williams driving in three runs. Coaches and team representatives are encouraged to email their scores and stats after every game to the Register at preps@ocregister.com.  
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