2019-20 athletes & coaches of the year, All-County teams, Outstanding Seniors

A look back at the OCVarsity award winners for the 2019-20 high school sports season.

Athletes and coaches of the year and All-County teams were selected for the fall and winter sports. For the spring sports, which had their season cut short by COVID-19, the Register chose an Outstanding Senior for each sport.

OCVarsity 2020 Athletes & Coaches of the Year page

FALL SPORTS

FOOTBALL

Offensive Player of the Year: Bryce Young, Mater Dei

Defensive Player of the Year: Clark Phillips III, La Habra

Coach of the Year: Nick Karavedas, Sunny Hills

All-County team: First Team Offense

All-County team: First Team Defense

All-County teams: Second Team and Third Team

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL

Player of the Year: Mia Tuaniga, Mater Dei

Coach of the Year: Isaac Owens, Esperanza

All-County team

BOYS CROSS COUNTY

Runner of the Year: Anthony Grover, JSerra

Coach of the Year: Craig Dunn, Dana Hills

All-County team

GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY

Runner of the Year: Carly Corsinita, Capistrano Valley

Coach of the Year: Ken Chai, El Toro

All-County team

GIRLS GOLF

Golfer of the Year: Sherilyn Villaneuva, Troy

Coach of the Year: Bruce Loman, Sage Hill

All-County team

GIRLS TENNIS

Player of the Year: Kaytlin Taylor, Huntington Beach

Coach of the Year: Natasha Schottland, Portola

All-County team

BOYS WATER POLO

Player of the Year: Tanner Pulice, Corona del Mar

Coach of the Year: Logan Powell, San Clemente

All-County team

 

WINTER SPORTS

BOYS BASKETBALL

Player of the Year: Devin Askew, Mater Dei

Coach of the Year: D’Cean Bryant, Fountain Valley

All-County team

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Player of the Year: Asia Avinger, Rosary

Coach of the Year: Jimmy Valverde, Esperanza

All-County team

BOYS SOCCER

Player of the Year: Uriel Sanchez, Servite

Coach of the Year: Jon Spencer, Servite

All-County team

GIRLS SOCCER

Player of the Year: Samantha Williams, JSerra

Coach of the Year: Pat Rossi, Los Alamitos

All-County team

GIRLS WATER POLO

Player of the Year: Emma Lineback, Laguna Beach

Coach of the Year: Rory Bevins, Rosary

All-County team

BOYS WRESTLING

Wrestler of the Year: Aaron Nagao, Esperanza

Coach of the Year: Dane Valdez, Calvary Chapel

All-County team

GIRLS WRESTLING

Wrestler of the Year: Aine Drury, Westminster

All-County team

 

SPRING SPORTS

Outstanding Seniors

Baseball: Jonny Long, Orange

Softball: Madi Simon, Beckman

Boys Swimming: Ryan Abdollahi, Dana Hills

Girls Swimming: Ella Ristic,  Santa Margarita

Boys Track & Field: Isaac Korn, Trabuco Hills

Girls Track & Field: Sophia Hartwell, Orange Lutheran

Boys Volleyball: Niko Colburn, Huntington Beach

Boys Tennis: Jake Huarte, Mater Dei

Boys Golf: Taehoon Song, Anaheim Discovery Christian

Boys Lacrosse: Andrew Cumming, Foothill

Girls Lacrosse: Ashley Stokes, Foothill

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OCVarsity 2020 Athletes of the Year special section

The Register wraps up a year of excellence in high school sports by selecting the Orange County Athletes of the Year.

The honorees are featured in a special section that includes lists of all of the athletes and coaches who received OCVarsity honors in 2019-20. The section is included in Sunday’s edition of the Register.

There is also an interactive online version of the section that can be found here.

A link to our page for the 2020 OCVaristy Athlete & Coach Awards.

This year, because of COVID-19, the Register couldn’t host its annual banquet for all of the year’s award winners, but the OCVarsity staff congratulates the honorees, including Rosary’s Asia Avinger, who received the Trinity League Athlete of the Year award from the Roman Catholic Diocese of Orange.

 

To read the individual stories, click on the athlete names below.

Male Athlete of the Year

Bryce Young, Mater Dei


Mater Dei High quarterback Bryce Young announced his commitment to attend Alabama on social media on Sunday, Sept. 22, 2019. (Photo by Jeff Gritchen, Orange County Register/SCNG)

 

Female Athlete of the Year

Asia Avinger, Rosary


Rosary’s Asia Avinger is one of the Orange County Register’s 2020 Athletes of the Year. The San Clemente High School athlete committed to play basketball at San Diego State. Photographed in Anaheim, CA on Thursday, May 14, 2020. (Photo by Paul Bersebach, Orange County Register/SCNG)

 

Male Outstanding Competitor

Lance Keneley, Mission Viejo


Mission Viejo High School’s Lance Keneley is one of the Orange County Register’s 2020 Athletes of the Year. Keneley has committed to play football at Stanford. Photographed in Anaheim, CA on Thursday, May 14, 2020. (Photo by Paul Bersebach, Orange County Register/SCNG)

Female Outstanding Competitor

Ella Gardiner, San Clemente


San Clemente athlete Ella Gardiner is one of the Orange County Register’s 2020 Athletes of the Year. Gardiner excelled in basketball and volleyball.  Photographed in Anaheim, CA on Thursday, May 14, 2020. (Photo by Paul Bersebach, Orange County Register/SCNG)

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Foothill baseball names assistant Chris Price to replace Vince Brown as coach

Foothill’s baseball program has found a replacement for its acclaimed coach.

The Knights announced Tuesday the hiring of assistant Chris Price to replace Vince Brown, who recently retired as Foothill’s coach.

Price served as an assistant at Foothill the past six seasons.

His resume also includes working as an assistant under legendary Capistrano Valley coach Bob Zamora.

“He could not have had better mentors than Zamora and Brown,” Foothill athletic director Doug Case said of Price, who also teaches at Foothill. “We are truly fortunate to have him accept the position as head baseball coach at Foothill.”

Brown, 60, retired after 24 seasons as a head coach in Orange County to create more time to watch his sons play. His career record was 442-187 with 14 league titles

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Orange Coast League baseball coaches pick ‘Dream Team’ to honor players from shortened season


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Orange Coast League baseball coaches have selected a “Dream Team” to honor the best players from their season cut short by the coronavirus crisis.

“We came together as a league and wanted to honor our boys in some way,” Orange baseball coach George Chace said an e-mail Friday. “Their hard work deserves recognition.”

Following the idea of baseball coaches in the Sunset Conference, Chace said the Orange Coast players were nominated by their coaches based on their performance this spring.

Here’s the Orange Coast’s 2020 Dream Team:

Jonathon Long Orange Sr INF/P

Andy Mendoza Orange Sr P/DH

Jason Miranda Orange Sr OF

Bryan Zaragoza Orange Jr INF/P

Simon Link Orange Jr LHP

Jake Covey Estancia Sr P

Garrett Palme Estancia Sr C

Nick Peralez Estancia Sr SS

Troy Huber Estancia Sr OF

Dillon Manchester Estancia Sr P/1B

Vince Tinajero Santa Ana Sr P/C

Emilio Castaneda Santa Ana Sr P/3B

Kevin Gomez Santa Ana Sr OF

Guz Zapata Santa Ana Sr P/1B

Joey Gonzalez Santa Ana Sr P

Johnathan Brown Calvary Chapel Sr RHP/3B

Brock Hiatt Calvary Chapel Sr OF

Ezra Olivares Calvary Chapel Jr SS/RHP

Chris Berry Calvary Chapel Sr 2B

Michael Randazzo Calvary Chapel Sr 3B/1B

Riley Mitchell Costa Mesa Sr SS/OF/P

JoJo Regalado Costa Mesa Sr P/C

Kyle Anderson Costa Mesa Jr INF

Chris Hall Costa Mesa Jr P/OF

Luis Munoz Costa Mesa So INF

Alonso Contreras Saddleback Sr P/C/SS

Miquel Avina Saddleback Sr C/1B

Diego Chavez Saddleback Sr 3B

Gabriel Perez Saddleback Fr SS/OF

Juan Jimenez Saddleback So 1B

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Sunset Conference baseball coaches select Dream Team

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Sunset Conference baseball coaches select ‘Dream Team’ to honor players from abbreviated season

The spring sports season might have been cut short by the novel coronavirus crisis but baseball coaches from the Sunset Conference didn’t want their players to lose out on recognition as well.

So on Monday, they announced their selections for the conference’s “Dream Team”, the top four or five baseball players from each school.

“While no Surf or Wave League games were played,” Marina baseball coach Toby Hess wrote in an e-mail, “statistics, achievements, and victories were accrued by our teams in several non-league games.  The coaches collaborated on choosing the Sunset Conference Coaches’  2020 Dream Team.”

Here are the selections by the coaches:

Surf League

Jake Brooks – Sr – P/3B/1B (Fountain Valley)

Sebastian Murillo – Sr – SS (Fountain Valley)

Cole Wentz – Sr – 3B/OF/P (Fountain Valley)

Noah Karliner – Sr – 1B/ P (Fountain Valley)

Tito Sanchez – Sr – 2B (Fountain Valley)

Jake Vogel senior cf (HB Oilers)

Jag Burden senior of (HB Oilers)

Joe Yost senior inf (HB Oilers)

Blake Penso junior C/1b (HB Oilers)

Shane Stafford junior lhp/of (HB Oilers)

Jared Anderson, SR, OF (Los Alamitos)

Zach Locke, SR, P (Los Alamitos)

Evan Leibl, SR, OF/C (Los Alamitos)

John Newman, SR, OF/C (Los Alamitos)

Luke Destefano, 1b, 12th (Edison)

Tyler Weaver, IF, 12th (Edison)

Dominic Laney, P, 12th (Edison)

Ryan Ruiz, OF, 12th (Edison)

Zach Garber, P, 12th (Edison)

Wave League

Charlie Pillsbury Sr-2B (Laguna Beach)

Nolan Smith -Sr-CF (Laguna Beach)

Aiden Booth-SR-C (Laguna Beach)

Aiden Kidd-Sr-P/1B (Laguna Beach)

Eric Silva-Jr-SS/P (Laguna Beach)

Kieran Sidebotham – Senior SS (CDM)

Blake Butcher – Junior 3B (CDM)

Keller Strauss – Junior P/DH (CDM)

Nico DiFerdinando – Junior C/OF (CDM)

Charlie Mannon – Sophomore CF (CDM)

Jack Bibb Sr. P/OF (Newport Harbor)

Kyle Binford Sr. 2B/P (Newport Harbor)

Logan Pence Sr. P (Newport Harbor)

Braham Duncan Sr. 1B/P (Newport Harbor)

Chase Greer Sr. C/OF (Newport Harbor)

Rocco Peppi – Senior – Shortstop (Marina)

David Mashburn – Junior – Catcher (Marina)

Lucas Iorgulesecu – Junior – Infielder (Marina)

Trevor Lanksbury – Junior – Pitcher (Marina)

Chad Lux – Junior – Pitcher (Marina)

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Former Trabuco Hills, Saddleback College standout pitcher Ryan Poe, 42, dies after infection


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Former Trabuco Hills High and Saddleback College standout pitcher Ryan Poe, 42, who became a successful youth baseball coach and a volunteered with Roosevelt High of Eastvale, died Friday at an Upland hospital from a staph infection that led to septic shock, his wife, Shelly, said.

Poe, the father of four children, suffered a sudden medical decline after injuring his collarbone March 28, his wife said.

Shelly said her husband was found to have undiagnosed diabetes and tested negative for the novel coronavius (COVID-19).

“Baseball and his family, that was his life,” she said of Poe, her high school sweetheart.

In Orange County, Poe was known as the right-handed pitcher with pin-point control who helped Saddleback College finish as the state champion runner-up to Sacramento City in 1998. It was the Gauchos’ first state tournament appearance since 1984.

Poe earned state player of the year honors in ’98, posting a 14-1 record with a 2.56 ERA. He was drafted by the Milwaukee Brewers in the 21st round and advanced as high as AA during his career in the minor leagues.

The year before his run with Saddleback College, Poe was a key, behind-the-scenes coach on the South Mission Viejo Little League team that lost to Mexico in the finals of the Little League World Series in Williamsport, Pa.

Poe, then 19, threw batting practice to the team and was dubbed the “Miracle Worker” for his work with the squad of 11 and 12-year-old all-stars.

“I love Ryan. I feel really sad,” said Jim Gattis, the manager of the South Mission Viejo team who also served as Poe’s pitching coach under Jack Hodges at Saddleback College. “He coached a lot of kids. … It’s a real loss.”

Poe coached numerous youth baseball teams. His travel teams included the OC Smash, OC Crushers, Ladera Grays and Eastvale Smash. He also coached with Eastvale Little League.

“He was really advanced with (pitching) mechanics,” Gattis said. “Ryan was a good baseball guy.”

At Roosevelt High, Poe helped throw batting practice and worked with hitters, said Mustangs coach Kyle Billingsley. Poe’s son. Hayden, was a senior on this year’s team..

“He was a real good guy,” Billingsley said of Poe. “He was always around the field.”

The second-year coach learned of Poe’s deep connections with youth baseball when Roosevelt played Mission Viejo in the finals of the Newport Elks tournament at the Great Park in Irvine in late February.

Poe chatted with numerous people in a return to Orange County, which was made even more special with Hayden pitching 2 innings.

“He was like the mayor,” Billingsley said. “He knew everybody.”

Poe established the same bonds in Eastvale. He had last coached the Eastvale Little League team of his youngest son, Easton, 6.

He and Shelly also have a son Cade, 14, and daughter, Rylee, 10.

Billingsley said several youth baseball players are planning to ride past the Poe’s home in Eastvale on Sunday, April 5 in a parade to show their respect and appreciate for Poe. A gofundme page also has been established to help the family.

Shelly said she has been overwhelmed by the community’s support and with how many lives her husband touched through baseball. “Amazing,” she said.

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Orange County baseball slugging leaders through March 16


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Orange County baseball slugging leaders through March 16. | Coaches have until March 25 to email us their team leaders at preps@ocregister.com. |

Name, School Slugging % AB TB
Jonathon Long, Orange 1.276 29 37
Hudson Lehnertz, Foothill .800 30 24
Aaron Heraldez, Whittier Christian .783 23 18
Aidan Booth, Laguna Beach .750 24 18
Aaron Ceniceros, El Modena .750 20 15
Eric Jeon, Fullerton .741 27 20
Brett Aguirre, Crean Lutheran .733 15 11
Charlie Pillsbury, Laguna Beach .714 28 20
Danny Vasquez, Woodbridge .714 21 15
Noah Elorriaga, Troy .714 14 10
Jason Miranda, Orange .700 30 21
Brady Ashworth, Foothill .700 20 14
Dean Toigo, Yorba Linda .690 29 20
Ryan Berry, Capistrano Valley Christian .688 16 11
Andy Pham, Rancho Alamitos .676 34 23
Nathan Chong, Fullerton .667 27 18
Rowan Schneider, Sage Hill .667 9 6
Chris Schmidt, El Dorado .655 29 19
Freddie Madera, Buena Park .652 23 15
Noah Sudyka, Aliso Niguel .636 33 21
Chris Gaona, Godinez .636 22 14
AJ Anzai, Mission Viejo .632 19 12
Gavin Grahovac, Villa Park .629 35 22
David Shackelford, La Habra .621 29 18
Ulises Perez, La Quinta .621 29 18
Matt McGreevy, San Clemente .611 18 8

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OCVarsity video: Orange Lutheran’s Max Rajcic wins duel with La Mirada’s Jared Jones in first 2020 showdown


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Orange Lutheran and its senior ace, Max Rajcic, came out on top in its showdown with La Mirada and Jared Jones on Wednesday at Irvine’s Great Park in an early-season clash between two of the top teams in the state. The Lancers won 2-0 as Rajcic tossed a one-hitter. See the highlights and postgame interviews. — Video by Jonathan Khamis for the OC Register.

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Photos: Orange County baseball, softball teams win CIF-SS championships

See what it looked like Saturday, May 18 as five high school teams from Orange County – three in baseball and two in softball – won CIF-SS championships.

  • Cypress celebrates their victory over Harvard-Westlake 2-0 during their CIF championship game at Dodger Stadium Saturday, May 18, 2019. Santa Margarita defeated Norco 1-0. (Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)

  • The Cypress softball team celebrates after defeating South Torrance in the CIF-SS Division 2 softball championship game Saturday May 18. 2019. (Photo by Michael Kitada, Contributing Photographer)

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  • Cypress catcher Luke Davis #6 tags out Harvard-Westlake’s Michael Snyder #6 at home plate during their CIF championship game at Dodger Stadium Saturday, May 18, 2019. Cypress defeated Harvard-Westlake 2-0. (Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)

  • Santa Margarita pitcher Spencer Edwards #11 reacts after the final out during their CIF championship game at Dodger Stadium Saturday, May 18, 2019. Santa Margarita defeated Norco 1-0. (Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)

  • Santa Margarita pitcher Spencer Edwards #11 reacts after the final out during their CIF championship game at Dodger Stadium Saturday, May 18, 2019. Santa Margarita defeated Norco 1-0. (Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)

  • Kennedy players celebrate their victory over Sonora High School during Division 4 baseball championship game at Riverside Sports Complex In Riverside Saturday, May 18, 2019. Photo by FRANK BELLINO, Contributing Photographer.

  • Godinez’s Samantha Villanueva reacts after scoring a run in the third inning against El Segundo in the CIF-SS Division 4 softball championship in Irvine on Saturday, May 18, 2019. (Photo by Paul Rodriguez, Contributing Photographer)

  • Cypress celebrates their victory over Harvard-Westlake 2-0 during their CIF championship game at Dodger Stadium Saturday, May 18, 2019. Santa Margarita defeated Norco 1-0. (Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)

  • Godinez players celebrate with the CIF-SS Division 4 softball championship plaque in Irvine on Saturday, May 18, 2019. Godinez defeated El Segundo. (Photo by Paul Rodriguez, Contributing Photographer)

  • Cypress’; Sammy-Jo Mata, right, lifts up Natalie Rodriguez, left, after she scored the winning run vs. South Torrance in the CIF-SS Division 2 softball championship game on Saturday May 18, 2019. (Photo by Michael Kitada, Contributing Photographer)

  • Cypress’ Sammy Diaz leaps into the arms of Kaitlyn Govea, right, as they celebrate their win over South Torrance in the CIF-SS Division 2 softball championship game on Saturday May 18, 2019. (Photo by Michael Kitada, Contributing Photographer)

  • Santa Margarita players celebrate their victory during their CIF championship game at Dodger Stadium Saturday, May 18, 2019. Santa Margarita defeated Norco 1-0. (Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)

  • Cypress celebrates their victory over Harvard-Westlake 2-0 during their CIF championship game at Dodger Stadium Saturday, May 18, 2019. Santa Margarita defeated Norco 1-0. (Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)

  • Santa Margarita players celebrate their victory during their CIF championship game at Dodger Stadium Saturday, May 18, 2019. Santa Margarita defeated Norco 1-0. (Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)

  • Cypress celebrates their victory over Harvard-Westlake 2-0 during their CIF championship game at Dodger Stadium Saturday, May 18, 2019. Santa Margarita defeated Norco 1-0. (Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)

  • The Godinez softball team pose with their CIF-SS Division 4 championship plaque in Irvine on Saturday, May 18, 2019. (Photo by Paul Rodriguez, Contributing Photographer)

  • Cypress’ coaching staff (left to right), Terry Thompson, Donna McElrea and Kevin Dull, holds their championship trophy after defeating South Torrance 2-1 in the CIF-SS Division 2 softball championship game on Saturday May 18, 2019 at Barber park in Irvine. (Photo by Michael Kitada, Contributing Photographer)

  • Kennedy’s Wyatt Johnson (6) and catcher Sebastian McSherry (44) celebrate their victory over Sonora High School during Division 4 baseball championship game at Riverside Sports Complex In Riverside Saturday, May 18, 2019. Photo by FRANK BELLINO, Contributing Photographer.

  • Cypress’ Sammy-Jo Mata throws out a bunt attempt late in the CIF-SS Division 2 softball championship game against South Torrance on Saturday May 18, 2019. (Photo by Michael Kitada, Contributing Photographer)

  • The Godinez High School softball team celebrates winning the CIF-SS Division 4 softball championship over El Segundo in Irvine on Saturday, May 18, 2019. (Photo by Paul Rodriguez, Contributing Photographer)

  • Kennedy’s catcher Sebastian McSherry (44) and Kennedy’s second baseman Jaelyn Edds (22) celebrate during their game with Sonora High School during Division 4 baseball championship game at Riverside Sports Complex In Riverside Saturday, May 18, 2019. Photo by FRANK BELLINO, Contributing Photographer.

  • The Cypress softball team poses with the CIF-SS Division 2 softball championship trophy after defeating South Torrance 2-1 on Saturday May 18, 2019. (Photo by Michael Kitada, Contributing Photographer)

  • Cypress’ Natalie Rodriguez scores what turned out to be the winning run vs. South Torrance in the CIF-SS Division 2 softball championship game on Saturday May 18, 2019. (Photo by Michael Kitada, Contributing Photographer)

  • The Cypress softball team celebrates after defeating South Torrance in the CIF-SS Division 2 softball championship game Saturday May 18. 2019. (Photo by Michael Kitada, Contributing Photographer)

  • Norco’s Christopher Conniff #4 throws to first base during their CIF championship game at Dodger Stadium Saturday, May 18, 2019. Santa Margarita defeated Norco 1-0. (Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)

  • Kennedy’s Albert Munoz (34) watches his RBI double against Sonora High School during Division 4 baseball championship game at Riverside Sports Complex In Riverside Saturday, May 18, 2019. Photo by FRANK BELLINO, Contributing Photographer.

  • Cypress’ Maddy Wilson delivers the ball during her team’s CIF SS Division 2 championship softball game in Irvine on Saturday May 18, 2019. (Photo by Michael Kitada, Contributing Photographer)

  • Kennedy’s catcher Sebastian McSherry (44) and shortstop Chase Leonard (29) celebrate scoring against Sonora High School during Division 4 baseball championship game at Riverside Sports Complex In Riverside Saturday, May 18, 2019. Photo by FRANK BELLINO, Contributing Photographer.

  • South Torrance’s Avery Weisbrook, left, looks back at the overthrown ball as Cypress’ Natalie Rodriguez, right, is safe at third and was able to score the winning run. Cypress defeated South Torrance, 2-1, in the CIF-SS Division 2 softball championship game on Saturday May 18, 2019. (Photo by Michael Kitada, Contributing Photographer)

  • Santa Margarita players celebrate their victory during their CIF championship game at Dodger Stadium Saturday, May 18, 2019. Santa Margarita defeated Norco 1-0. (Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)

  • Kennedy’s Wyatt Johnson (6) works against Sonora High School during Division 4 baseball championship game at Riverside Sports Complex In Riverside Saturday, May 18, 2019. Photo by FRANK BELLINO, Contributing Photographer.

  • Harvard-Westlake’s Michael Snyder #6 tags out Cypress’ Mike Marsh #19 as he attempts to steal third base during their CIF championship game at Dodger Stadium Saturday, May 18, 2019. Cypress defeated Harvard-Westlake 2-0. (Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)

  • Cypress’ Isabella Pardo, right, is safe at third as South Torrance’s Avery Weisbrook, left, loses the ball in the CIF-SS Division 2 softball championship game which Cypress won 2-1 on Saturday May 18, 2019. (Photo by Michael Kitada, Contributing Photographer)

  • Cypress’ Brett Wozniak #16 reacts after crossing home plate to score during their CIF championship game at Dodger Stadium Saturday, May 18, 2019. Cypress defeated Harvard-Westlake 2-0. (Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)

  • Godinez’s Samantha Villanueva, left, slides under the tag of El Segundo catcher Sophia Marrero to score a run in the third inning during the CIF-SS Division 4 softball championship in Irvine on Saturday, May 18, 2019. (Photo by Paul Rodriguez, Contributing Photographer)

  • Cypress’ Macey Keester pops up the ball during her team’s CIF-SS Division 2 softball championship game against South Torrance. Cypress won 2-1, on Saturday May 18, 2019. (Photo by Michael Kitada, Contributing Photographer)

  • Godinez starting pitcher Natalie Carlos, right, starts celebrating after the last out to win the CIF-SS Division 4 softball championship over El Segundo in Irvine on Saturday, May 18, 2019. (Photo by Paul Rodriguez, Contributing Photographer)

  • GodinezÕs Liana Gonzalez beats the throw to El Segundo catcher Sophia Marrero to score a run during the CIF-SS Division 4 softball championship in Irvine on Saturday, May 18, 2019. (Photo by Paul Rodriguez, Contributing Photographer)

  • Rio Hondo Prep’s Alex Vazquez (3) tags out Costa Mesa’s Riley Mitchell (2) at first base during Division 6 baseball championship game at Riverside Sports Complex In Riverside Saturday, May 18, 2019. Photo by FRANK BELLINO, Contributing Photographer.

  • Norco’s Maxwell Davis #19 makes a diving tag for the out as Santa Margarita’s Trevor Clift #24 runs to first base during their CIF championship game at Dodger Stadium Saturday, May 18, 2019. Santa Margarita defeated Norco 1-0. (Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)

  • Godinez catcher Iyari Ramirez, right, hugs Godinez starting pitcher Natalie Carlos after the Grizzlies won the CIF-SS Division 4 softball championship over El Segundo in Irvine on Saturday, May 18, 2019. (Photo by Paul Rodriguez, Contributing Photographer)

  • Kennedy’s Albert Munoz (34) reacts to his RBI double against Sonora High School during Division 4 baseball championship game at Riverside Sports Complex In Riverside Saturday, May 18, 2019. Photo by FRANK BELLINO, Contributing Photographer.

  • Cypress’ Isabella Pardo, right, is safe at third as South Torrance’s Avery Weisbrook, left, loses the ball in the CIF-SS Division 2 softball championship game which Cypress won 2-1 on Saturday May 18, 2019. (Photo by Michael Kitada, Contributing Photographer)

  • Cypress softball team celebrates after defeating the team from South Torrance in the CIF SS Division 2 softball championship game at Bill Barber park in Irvine. Photographed on Saturday May 18, 2019. (Photo by Michael Kitada, Contributing Photographer)

  • Norco pitcher Michael Forbes #6 during their CIF championship game at Dodger Stadium Saturday, May 18, 2019. Santa Margarita defeated Norco 1-0. (Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)

  • Harvard-Westlake’s Tyler Cox #3 throws to first base during their CIF championship game at Dodger Stadium Saturday, May 18, 2019. Cypress defeated Harvard-Westlake 2-0. (Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)

  • Harvard-Westlake’s Drew Bowser #2 tags out Cypress’ Mike Marsh #19 at second base on the steal attempt during their CIF championship game at Dodger Stadium Saturday, May 18, 2019. Cypress defeated Harvard-Westlake 2-0. (Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)

  • Godinez starting pitcher Natalie Carlos, left, receives the game ball after pitching a complete game against El Segundo in the CIF-SS Division 4 softball championship in Irvine on Saturday, May 18, 2019. Godinez defeated El Segundo for the title. (Photo by Paul Rodriguez, Contributing Photographer)

  • Norco pitcher Michael Forbes #6 during their CIF championship game at Dodger Stadium Saturday, May 18, 2019. Santa Margarita defeated Norco 1-0. (Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)

  • Harvard-Westlake pitcher Bryant Reese #5 during their CIF championship game at Dodger Stadium Saturday, May 18, 2019. Cypress defeated Harvard-Westlake 2-0. (Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)

  • Cypress catcher Luke Davis #6 tags out Harvard-Westlake’s Michael Snyder #6 at home plate during their CIF championship game at Dodger Stadium Saturday, May 18, 2019. Cypress defeated Harvard-Westlake 2-0. (Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)

  • Cypress pitcher Brett Wozniak #16 during their CIF championship game at Dodger Stadium Saturday, May 18, 2019. Cypress defeated Harvard-Westlake 2-0. (Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)

  • Cypress pitcher Cameron Repetti #18 during their CIF championship game at Dodger Stadium Saturday, May 18, 2019. Cypress defeated Harvard-Westlake 2-0. (Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)

  • The team from Cypress cannot contain their excitement as they score to tie up South Torrance 1-1 in the CIF-SS Division 2 softball championship game. Cypress went on to win the championship game 2-1 on Saturday May 18, 2019.

    (Photo by Michael Kitada, Contributing Photographer)

  • Santa Margarita pitcher Spencer Edwards #11 during their CIF championship game at Dodger Stadium Saturday, May 18, 2019. Santa Margarita defeated Norco 1-0. (Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)

  • Norco’s Justin Drury #24 walks off the field as Santa Margarita players celebrate their victory during their CIF championship game at Dodger Stadium Saturday, May 18, 2019. Santa Margarita defeated Norco 1-0. (Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)

  • Rio Hondo Prep players celebrate their victory over Costa Mesa High School during Division 6 baseball championship game at Riverside Sports Complex In Riverside Saturday, May 18, 2019. Photo by FRANK BELLINO, Contributing Photographer.

  • Santa Margarita players celebrate their victory during their CIF championship game at Dodger Stadium Saturday, May 18, 2019. Santa Margarita defeated Norco 1-0. (Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)

  • Godinez starting pitcher Natalie Carlos delivers a pitch against El Segundo during the CIF-SS Division 4 softball championship in Irvine on Saturday, May 18, 2019. (Photo by Paul Rodriguez, Contributing Photographer)

  • Sonora’s shortstop Anthony Wyman (2) can’t get the tag down in time to get Kennedy’s catcher Sebastian McSherry (44) during Division 4 baseball championship game at Riverside Sports Complex In Riverside Saturday, May 18, 2019. Photo by FRANK BELLINO, Contributing Photographer.

  • Sonora’s Hector Garcia (44) works against Kennedy High School during Division 4 baseball championship game at Riverside Sports Complex In Riverside Saturday, May 18, 2019. Photo by FRANK BELLINO, Contributing Photographer.

  • Cypress’ Tatianna Roman, left, is hit with the ball as South Torrance’s Jaden Moore, right, attempts to turn a double play. It was ruled that the runner did not impede play and the runner on first was called safe in the CIF-SS Division 2 softball championship game on Saturday May 18, 2019. (Photo by Michael Kitada, Contributing Photographer)

  • Kennedy’s second baseman Jaelyn Edds (22) and Tyler Beckler (16) celebrate scoring against Sonora High School during Division 4 baseball championship game at Riverside Sports Complex In Riverside Saturday, May 18, 2019. Photo by FRANK BELLINO, Contributing Photographer.

  • Rio Hondo Prep’s head coach J.T. Parker celebrate with Rio Hondo Prep’s Jack Vancleve (15) after their victory over Costa Mesa High School during Division 6 baseball championship game at Riverside Sports Complex In Riverside Saturday, May 18, 2019. Photo by FRANK BELLINO, Contributing Photographer.

  • Godinez Andrea Udriate connects against El Segundo during the CIF-SS Division 4 softball championship in Irvine on Saturday, May 18, 2019. (Photo by Paul Rodriguez, Contributing Photographer)

  • Rio Hondo Prep’s Jake Lang (19) and Rio Hondo Prep’s Jack Vancleve (15) celebrate their victory over Costa Mesa High School during Division 6 baseball championship game at Riverside Sports Complex In Riverside Saturday, May 18, 2019. Photo by FRANK BELLINO, Contributing Photographer.

  • Rio Hondo Prep players celebrate their victory over Costa Mesa High School during Division 6 baseball championship game at Riverside Sports Complex In Riverside Saturday, May 18, 2019. Photo by FRANK BELLINO, Contributing Photographer.

  • Rio Hondo Prep players celebrate their victory over Costa Mesa High School during Division 6 baseball championship game at Riverside Sports Complex In Riverside Saturday, May 18, 2019. Photo by FRANK BELLINO, Contributing Photographer.

  • Rio Hondo Prep’s Jake Lang (C) (19) tags out Costa Mesa’s Omar Munoz (10) at home plate during Division 6 baseball championship game at Riverside Sports Complex In Riverside Saturday, May 18, 2019. Photo by FRANK BELLINO, Contributing Photographer.

  • Costa Mesa’s Omar Munoz (10) works against Rio Hondo Prep High School during Division 6 baseball championship game at Riverside Sports Complex In Riverside Saturday, May 18, 2019. Photo by FRANK BELLINO, Contributing Photographer.

  • Rio Hondo Prep’s Jack Vancleve (15) watches his RBI single against Costa Mesa High School during Division 6 baseball championship game at Riverside Sports Complex In Riverside Saturday, May 18, 2019. Photo by FRANK BELLINO, Contributing Photographer.

  • Harvard-Westlake pitcher Sam Hliboki #35 during their CIF championship game at Dodger Stadium Saturday, May 18, 2019. Cypress defeated Harvard-Westlake 2-0. (Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)

  • Rio Hondo Prep’s Evan Foor (20) works against Costa Mesa High School during Division 6 baseball championship game at Riverside Sports Complex In Riverside Saturday, May 18, 2019. Photo by FRANK BELLINO, Contributing Photographer.

  • Rio Hondo Prep’s Evan Foor (20) reacts after his RBI double against Costa Mesa High School during Division 6 baseball championship game at Riverside Sports Complex In Riverside Saturday, May 18, 2019. Photo by FRANK BELLINO, Contributing Photographer.

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CIF-SS baseball playoffs: Friday’s scores, updated schedule

Scores from the CIF-SS baseball playoff games on Friday and the updated schedule.

BASEBALL

DIVISION 1

Quarterfinals

Harvard-Westlake 4, Orange Lutheran 3

Huntington Beach 2, Aliso Niguel 1

Cypress 5, Yucaipa 1

Quarterfinal

Saturday, May 11, 3:15 p.m.

Mira Costa at La Mirada

Semifinals

Tuesday, May 14, 3:15 p.m.

Huntington Beach vs. Harvard-Westlake at O’Malley Field, Encino

TBD vs. Cypress

DIVISION 2

Quarterfinals

Santa Margarita 4, El Segundo 0

Redondo 5, Oaks Christian 3

Crescenta Valley 3, Quartz Hill 0

Norco 4, Villa Park 1

Semifinals

Tuesday, May 14, 3:15 p.m.

Santa Margarita at Redondo

Crescenta Valley at Norco

DIVISION 3

Quarterfinals

Yorba Linda 11, Serra 7

Great Oak 4, Northview 3

La Canada 2, Ocean View 1 (11 inn.)

Oak Hills 3, Torrance 2

Semifinals

Tuesday, May 14, 3:15 p.m.

Yorba Linda at Great Oak

La Canada at Oak Hills

DIVISION 4

Quarterfinals

Sonora 9, Irvine 0

Kennedy 5, Loara 0

Summit 4, Mary Star 0

Quarterfinals

Monday, May 13, 3:15 p.m.

Alhambra at Canyon Springs

Semifinals

Tuesday, May 14, 3:15 p.m.

TBD vs. Sonora

Kennedy at Summit

DIVISION 5

Quarterfinals

Pasadena Poly 2, Estancia 0

Rancho Verde 6, Rialto 3

Xavier Prep 5, Century 4

Orange Vista 4, Salesian 2

Semifinals

Tuesday, May 14, 3:15 p.m.

Pasadena Poly at Rancho Verde

Xavier Prep at Orange Vista

DIVISION 6

Quarterfinals

Costa Mesa 5, Vista del Lago 3

Calvary Murrieta 33, El Monte 5

St. Anthony 6, Faith Baptist 0

Rio Hondo Prep 5, Carpinteria 0

Semifinals

Tuesday, May 14, 3:15 p.m.

Calvary Murrieta at Costa Mesa

Rio Hondo Prep at St. Anthony

DIVISION 7

Quarterfinals

Santa Maria Valley Christian 14, United Christian 4

Arroyo 5, Edgewood 0

Rosemead 11, Southwestern Academy 1

Pasadena Marshall 3, Bosco Tech 2

Semifinals

Tuesday, May 14, 3:15 p.m.

Arroyo at Santa Maria Valley Christian

Pasadena Marshall at Rosemead

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