Girls water polo: Orange County well-represented on All-CIF teams

Segerstrom goalie Jacqueline Lopez, that assisted the Jaguars record the CIF-SS Department 4 ladies water polo title in a remarkable triumph over Lengthy Coastline Poly, as well as Newport Harbor trainer Brian Melstrom, that directed the Seafarers to a last-second victory versus Santa Barbara in the Division 2 final, earned 2 of the leading honors in the All-CIF teams released Monday.

Lopez, a senior, was chosen Division 4 player of the year while Melstrom was named the Division 2 instructor of the year. Melstrom introduced his retired life after the season.

Segerstrom’s first-year trainer Michael Varela took the training honor in Division 4.

Laguna Beach positioned a county-leading three gamers on the Department 1 group with goalkeeper Thea Walsh, Sophia Lucas and Evan Tingler. Mater Dei’s selections were Bella Baia and also Elegance Thawley.

Also making All-CIF honors in Division 1 were Val Ayala and Noelle Wijnbelt of Foothill, Chloe Harbilas of Corona del Mar, Bayley Weber of Los Alamitos and also Hannah Palmer of Orange Lutheran.

Ryann Neushul of Dos Pueblos made Department 1 player of the year while Chuckie Roth of champ San Marcos accumulated coach of the year.

Newport Harbor positioned Jessica Lynch, Sarah Barker and Kili Skibby on the Department 2 group,.

Likewise chosen All-CIF in Division 2 were San Clemente goalkeeper Sophia Noble and also Santa Margarita’s duo of Honnie Vandeweghe as well as Christina Doherty.

Orange Region’s various other All-CIF choices were:

In Department 3: Bianca Becerra of Rosary

In Division 4: Fate Hernandez of Segerstrom, goalie Meghan Lopez of Brea Olinda, Belief Cuevas of Segerstrom as well as Rachel Westphal of Esperanza.

In Department 5:Goalies Samantha Martinez of Santa Ana Valley and also Krisa Komrij of Sunny Hills. Martinez ended up the period with 405 conserves.

In Department 6: Dana Twisk of Tustin, Stephanie Offner and Kelli Van Dam of runner-up Valencia, goalie Kalypso Fish of Tustin, Nicolette Janocha of Yard Grove and Tarsis Ledezma of Savanna.

In Division 7: Natalie Valentin, Bri Arostico and Briana Valencia of runner-up Los Amigos and goalie Julie Cons of Godinez,

Montclair woman identified as rock climber who fell to her death in Cleveland National Forest

A woman eliminated in a 200-foot autumn while rock climbing in the Cleveland National Forest was openly recognized Sunday.

She was Delight Welling, 33, from Montclair, the Orange Area coroner’s office claimed.

The Orange Area Fire Authority was called at 12:30 p.m. Saturday to a falls near the Blue Jay campground, which is just outdoors Caspers Wilderness Park, OCFA Capt. Paul Holaday informed City Information Solution.

OCFA Helicopter Two grabbed technical rescue personnel and their gear as well as dropped them at the top of the falls, where a guy that was climbing with the lady was safe, Holaday claimed.

The rescuers designated to the helicopter were lowered to where the lady had passed away and also very carefully recouped her body, he stated. It was taken to Caspers Park, where the coroner was waiting.

The chopper then returned for the guy, Holaday stated. The goal was completed concerning 4:30 p.m.

. The two climbers were extremely skilled, he claimed. The was the 5th falls where they had driven away in the separated component of Orange County.

The Orange Region Sheriff’s Department was examining the fall, Holaday claimed.

The incident occurred off Ortega Freeway, which connects Lake Elsinore in Waterfront Area with San Juan Capistrano in Orange County.

Boys and girls basketball: Saturday’s regional scores, state championships schedule

Scores from Saturday’s games in the CIF Southern The golden state Regional young boys and ladies basketball finals and also the updated schedule for the CIF State championships.


Open Up Division: Sierra Canyon 58, Etiwanda 55
Department I: Chino Hills 67, St. John Bosco 51
Department II: Crossroads 54, Birmingham 50
Division III: Notre Dame/Riverside 69, Diocesan Amat 56
Department IV: View Park 57, El Cajon Christian 43
Department V: Santa Clarita Christian 81, Van Nuys 73

Open Division: Windward 61, Clovis West 50
Department I: Serra 58, Ribet Academy 46
Division II: Redondo 56, San Marcos 43
Department III: Sunny Hills 53, Chula View Mater Dei 50
Division IV: Rolling Hills Preparation 55, Knight 47
Department V: Sierra Pacific 71, Hueneme 70

At Sacramento
Friday, March 23
10 a.m.: Department IV Ladies, Rolling Hills Prep vs. Abbey
Noon: Division IV Boys, View Park vs. Stuart Hall
2 p.m.: Department III Girls, Sunny Hills versus West Campus
4 p.m.: Department II Boys, Crossroads versus Alameda
6 p.m.: Department I Girls, Serra vs. Sacred Heart Cathedral
8 p.m.: Department I Boys, Chino Hills versus Las Lomas

Saturday, March 24
10 a.m.: Department V Girls, Sierra Pacific versus Lowell
Noon: Division V Boys, Santa Clarita Christian vs. Argonaut
2 p.m.: Division II Girls, Redondo vs. Pleasant Valley
4 p.m.: Division III Boys, Notre Dame/Riverside versus Pleasant Valley
6 p.m.: Open Department Girls, Windward versus Pinewood
8 p.m. Open Division Boys, Sierra Canyon vs. Sheldon

Swim: Crean Lutheran grad Ella Eastin beats Ledecky for second American record at NCAAs

Stanford swimmer Ella Eastin (Crean Lutheran) out-dueled colleague and also Olympic champ Katie Ledecky by about 3 1/2 seconds Friday night to record the 400-yard private assortment in an American record time of 3 mins, 54.60 secs at the NCAA Department 1 championships at Ohio State.

Eastin’s time shattered Ledecky’s American record from last month by regarding 2 secs.

Eastin, a former Register swimmer of the year, out-distanced Ledecky by concerning two secs in the breaststroke.

Ledecky, the world-record holder and Olympic distance swimming celebrity, touched second 3:58.29, well off her former American record of 3:56.53.

Eastin and also Ledecky have actually each set the American document in the 400 IM twice in the last 13 months.

Eastin set an American document in the 200 IM on Thursday night and also races the 200 butterfly on Saturday, the last day of the satisfy.

The Cardinal are dominating the satisfy.

Kyle Hurt anchors USC to a combined no-hitter against Utah

L.A —– Fresher right-hander Kyle Pain pitched 7-2/3 no-hit innings to lead the USC baseball team to the program’& rsquo; s 7th no-hitter, combining with Austin Manning and Connor Lunn to close Utah out 2-0 in a Pac-12 opener on Thursday evening at Dedeaux Area.

Hurt left the video game in the 8th inning after strolling a batter on his 117th pitch, offering method to Manning that obtained a flyout on two quick pitches. Connor Lunn then functioned an ideal nine inning, striking out two to complete the no-hit quote with his sixth save.

It was USC’& rsquo; s initially no-hitter of any kind of kind given that March 4, 2000 when USC pitched five no-hit innings versus Mississippi State. USC’& rsquo; s last nine-inning no-hitter was on Feb. 18, 1986 when Brad Brink (seven innings) and also Brian Brooks (2 innings) integrated to no-hit Cal State L.A.

“& ldquo; I was prospering of a great deal of players, throwing my heater for a first-pitch strike and backing it up with my curveball,” & rdquo; stated Pain, who was making simply his 4th collegiate beginning. “& ldquo; I just really felt great around. I didn’& rsquo; t truly recognize I had the no-hitter going up until the 5th inning. After I finally understood I was just entering into the dugout, taking deep breaths and also attempting to keep myself made up.

“& ldquo; It was massive to have Austin and also Connor finish that off. Austin did a wonderful task obtaining a quick out in the eighth and after that of training course Connor picked up his 6th save. It was rather enjoyable.”

& rdquo; Blake Sabol went 2 for 4 to rate the violation for the Trojans (10-4 overall, 1-0 Pac-12). Sabol increased to lead off the 5th and scored on an RJ Bates solitary, then added a leadoff single in the 7th, advanced on a wild pitch and also racked up on a single by Angelo Armenta.

Pain (2-1, 2.38 PERIOD) needed to function around six walks, however set out 7 as he worked out in and also looked more comfortable as the game proceeded. Utah (1-15, 0-1) got a pair of joggers aboard in both the third as well as fourth innings, however Pain obtained out of those jams after that retired 11 straight players before leaving after the walk in the 8th inning. USC enabled simply one baserunner over the final 5 innings.

“; USC train Dan Hubbs stated. & ldquo; Surrendering no hits right into the 8th inning is an amazing feat. He just ran his pitch matter up a bit, yet I & rsquo; m proud of how all the people threw. Relevant Articles USC baseball sneak peek: Trojans depending on relaxed arms & ldquo; We required all it this evening due to the fact that Josh
Tedeschi was really excellent for them. I was just happy of just how our

“people stuck with it repeatedly. The tale of the evening is actually Kyle tossing seven-and-two-thirds no-hit innings and also what an excellent work the throwing and defense did. & rdquo; The three-game collection continues Friday(7 p.m. )as well as Saturday(2 p.m.). The man of the hr, @hurt_kyle, after tossing the bulk of the program & rsquo; s 7th no-hitter.– USC Baseball(@USC_Baseball) March 16, 2018 Head Coach @DanHubbs40 on the efficiency of his pitching staff in tonight

— & rsquo; s big win .– USC Baseball(