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June 8, 2000
Needing to win two games to be called champions, the Cardinals did just that as they defeated the Angels twice to win the Mustang Majors Division championship in Fountain Valley Youth Baseball action. In Monday's title deciding final, the Cardinals (16-4-2) pounded out 13 runs on 14 hits in a 13-6 triumph. Malcolm Purdy went 3 for 3, Bryse Blake, Calvin Drummond, and Kelan Stuart each had two hits, Ian Marolt doubled with an RBI, and L.J. Little had a hit and RBI. Starting pitcher Drummond allowed just one run in three innings, and reliever Stuart ended several Angels scoring threats.
NEWS
May 12, 2000
With every team member contributing on offense, the Mets routed the Cardinals Thursday, 16-5, in a Minor A Division game played at Huntington Valley Little League. Anthony Vidal singled with three RBI, Race Parmenter had an RBI double, Chase Barnes drove in two runs, and Chas Boule, Stephen Toshiyuki, Kyle Ammons, Paul McBeth, Anthony Ellis, Liam McGinn, and Alex Barnes all had an RBI. Tony Ciarelli and Tanner Phillips paced the Cardinals, with Ciarelli finishing 2 for 3 with a double and two RBI, and Phillips went 2 for 3 with a double.
NEWS
May 11, 2000
The Cardinals scored five runs in the second inning, then blew the game open with a 10-run outburst in their next at-bat, as they went on to defeat the Dodgers, 19-10, in Fountain Valley Little League Majors Division play at Mile Square Park. Mike Maghy hit a pair of singles and an RBI triple, Jake Morphis doubled with an RBI single, Freddie Estrada and Jon Bustamante each had a two-RBI double, Kyle Craft had a single and two RBI, Grant Furuya singled with an RBI, and Erik Rhoten drove in a run during a very potent Cardinals attack.
SPORTS
May 31, 2007
With bids to the District 62 Tournament of Champions at stake, postseason tournament action at Huntington Valley Little League got underway with several exciting games. Majors Division Dodgers 8, Cardinals 6 The Dodgers didn't take the lead until they scored three runs in the bottom of the fifth inning and reliever Jason Hartert was able to get out of a sixth-inning rally by the Cardinals, to complete the come-from-behind victory. Garret Garcia hit a solo home run in the first inning and Mario Gross clubbed a three-run home run in the second inning to stake the Cardinals to an early lead.
NEWS
May 25, 2000
Sam Olive smacked a two-run home run and also singled to highlight a dominant offensive performance by the Cardinals Saturday, who went on to post a 10-1 win over the Marlins in Seaview Little League Minor A Division action. The Cardinal offense also found Mike McDougal going 2 for 2 with a double, and Nick Becker, Dylan McDiarmid, and Adam Cutts each getting a pair of hits. Tony Marion went 2 for 3 with a triple to lead the Marlins. In other games: Mets 14, Indians 6 Chase Barnes went 3 for 3, Race Parmenter tripled and singled, and Anthony Ellis and Tommy Higgins each doubled for the Mets; Sean King smashed a three-run home run and also singled, and Justin Thompson went 2 for 3 for the Indians.
NEWS
April 18, 2002
Anthony Paterno hit a home run and Brandon Visnoski limited the opposition to five hits in a complete game effort as the Dodgers handed the Pirates their first loss of the season, 4-3. The Dodgers were lead by Paterno, who hit his second home run of the season, and the foursome of Nick Duchene, Kyle Martin, Billy Judd and Mark Miller, all of whom doubled and singled. Matt Fockler walked and scored a run and Visnoski also singled to aid his pitching cause.
NEWS
May 25, 2000
The Reds and the Astros, the top two seeds in the Fountain Valley Youth Baseball Bronco Major Division playoffs, lived up to their billing last weekend by advancing in postseason play. In second round action, the top-seeded Reds turned back the Cardinals, 9-4, and the Astros blanked the Yankees, 2-0. Reds 9, Cardinals 4 Jeff Hann hit a three-run home run during a 3 for 3 performance, Jeff Roth had a two-RBI single, and Justin DeMarco doubled and singled for the Reds, who scored seven runs in the first three innings; Bryce Madsen had a two-run single, Aaron Roy had an RBI single, and relief pitcher Chad Blauer limited the reds to just two hits and one unearned run in three innings.
NEWS
May 23, 2002
The Diamondbacks received a strong pitching effort from two hurlers and rode those performances to a 5-2 Majors Division victory over the A's at Ocean View Little League. Matt Ayer and Ryan Schulenburg shared duties and shut down the A's offensive attack. Ayster also provided the D-backs with one of their most important hits of the day, a two-run double. In other games: Indians 7, Mariners 5 James Miller delivered the game-winning hit, a two-out double with the bases loaded in the top of the sixth inning, which lifted the Indians past the Mariners.
SPORTS
April 4, 2012
Ocean View Little League The Orioles staged a fifth-inning rally in Majors Division play that led them to a 10-8 victory over the Rangers. The Orioles started the scoring when Landen Hill singled and later scored, and teammates Brad Monroe, Kelan Long and Jake Volo also scored. Monroe struck out five over the first two innings to keep the Rangers scoreless. The Rangers powered back in the third inning with four singles that led to a 5-4 lead. The Orioles took the lead back when Monroe scored and a run-scoring single by Grant Brehm drove in Long.
SPORTS
April 9, 2014
In a 71-pitch masterpiece, Cardinals right-hander Joey Legg put his name in the Ocean View Little League record books with a perfect game in a 10-0 victory over the Pirates in Major Division action. Legg, working with catcher Kyle Christy , retired all 18 batters, striking out 12 in just his second start of the season. While Legg did most of the work, he needed help from shortstop Jared Reyes to keep the Pirates off the bases. In the first inning, Reyes denied the Pirates' Shane Hoodman a single when he dug out a scorching one-hopper and fired to first base for the out. Reyes had four assists at shortstop.
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SPORTS
April 9, 2014
In a 71-pitch masterpiece, Cardinals right-hander Joey Legg put his name in the Ocean View Little League record books with a perfect game in a 10-0 victory over the Pirates in Major Division action. Legg, working with catcher Kyle Christy , retired all 18 batters, striking out 12 in just his second start of the season. While Legg did most of the work, he needed help from shortstop Jared Reyes to keep the Pirates off the bases. In the first inning, Reyes denied the Pirates' Shane Hoodman a single when he dug out a scorching one-hopper and fired to first base for the out. Reyes had four assists at shortstop.
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SPORTS
April 4, 2012
Ocean View Little League The Orioles staged a fifth-inning rally in Majors Division play that led them to a 10-8 victory over the Rangers. The Orioles started the scoring when Landen Hill singled and later scored, and teammates Brad Monroe, Kelan Long and Jake Volo also scored. Monroe struck out five over the first two innings to keep the Rangers scoreless. The Rangers powered back in the third inning with four singles that led to a 5-4 lead. The Orioles took the lead back when Monroe scored and a run-scoring single by Grant Brehm drove in Long.
SPORTS
April 10, 2008
George Gleason delivered a two-run double in the sixth inning to help the Dodgers secure a 7-3 victory over the first-place Cardinals in Majors Division play at Huntington Valley Little League. The Cardinals had taken a 3-1 lead before the Dodgers? Grant Schlindwein belted a two-run home run to tie the score. In the sixth, Jake Weiser and Tyler Murray both singled and scored on Gleason?s double. In other Majors Division action Red Sox 10, Cardinals 1 Jarrett Anton, Blake Diamond, Kyle Johnson, Garrett Garcia, Nick Krakower and Parker Hoppes all had hits, and Clay Morris?
SPORTS
March 13, 2008
Seven runs down didn’t faze the Cardinals. A 7-0 deficit is what they faced against the Red Sox in Majors Division play at Huntington Valley Little League yet they managed to fight their way back to record a 12-9 victory. Red Sox pitcher Nick Krakower contained the Cardinals offensively for the first three innings but down seven runs, the Cards got key hits from Andrew Bogard, Matt Tavakoli and Brad Dominick to overtake the Red Sox.   In other Majors action Dodgers 5, Yankees 0 Jake Weiser hit a ground-rule double, and Ryan Fishel and George Gleason had hits that led to four runs for the Dodgers in their shutout of the Yankees.
SPORTS
May 31, 2007
With bids to the District 62 Tournament of Champions at stake, postseason tournament action at Huntington Valley Little League got underway with several exciting games. Majors Division Dodgers 8, Cardinals 6 The Dodgers didn't take the lead until they scored three runs in the bottom of the fifth inning and reliever Jason Hartert was able to get out of a sixth-inning rally by the Cardinals, to complete the come-from-behind victory. Garret Garcia hit a solo home run in the first inning and Mario Gross clubbed a three-run home run in the second inning to stake the Cardinals to an early lead.
SPORTS
March 15, 2007
Ryan Morrissey and Adam Mann each hit home runs to help power the Giants past the Cardinals, 7-1, in Huntington Valley Little League Major Division action. Taylor Refice, Bobby Fischer, Brad Dominick, Mario Duarte, Thomas Wadworth, David Baskin, Jack Bulaich, Ian Wilson and Ian Corey all had key hits and defensive plays to aide the victory. In other Majors action Angles 6, Dodgers 1 Angels pitchers Kyle Johnson, David Mastro and Tyler Odey pitched three strong innings, as the Angels beat the Dodgers.
NEWS
May 22, 2003
Brandon Visnoski and Chance Ross combined pitching talents to strikeout 13 and the Dodgers offense provided the pair with plenty of runs in an 8-1 victory over the Cardinals in a Seaview Little League Majors Division game. Visnoski threw the first four innings and Ross closed out the six-inning contest. The duo allowed the Cardinals just two hits, singles by Josh Amoral and Lance Lavage. Visnoski and Ross also backed their own cause on offense as Visnoski doubled and scored two runs and Ross singled and scored once.
NEWS
June 20, 2002
The Ocean View Little League A's took Costa Mesa National's top Minor A Division team to extra innings Monday at Mile Square Park in Fountain Valley, then promptly sent the champs packing. Despite a lack of hits, the A's used several steals of home plate and went on to eliminate the Cardinals, 10-6, in seven innings, in an Area 1 first round game. Ocean View sent the game into extra innings after tying the game at 6-6 in the sixth and final inning.
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