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June 18, 2010
The UPS Store from Laguna Beach Little League lost to the Aliso Viejo Angels, 3-1, June 11 in the second round of the Little League District 55 Tournament of Champions Minor Division tournament at Riddle Field in Laguna Beach. The TOC places all the top teams in District 55 Little League (Newport, Central Irvine, Rancho Niguel, Laguna Niguel, Lake Forest, Saddleback, and Laguna Beach) in a single-elimination tournament. The pitchers from both teams took early control of the game.
SPORTS
May 12, 2011
The final regular-season game in the Laguna Beach Little League AAA Division was a close contest between Sportsworld and UPS Store until the final innings, where division champion Sportsworld pulled away to score an 11-2 victory. UPS starting pitcher Conner Sorenson held Sportsworld to three runs in the first two innings, thanks in part to exceptional defensive plays by catcher Jack Casey. UPS threatened in the top of the second with speedy Will Clark scoring on a Timmy Laughlin hit. However, the brief rally was extinguished when Sportsworld's Curren Hendrickson entered the game and promptly struck out the first batter he faced.
NEWS
By Ashley Breeding | May 28, 2010
ZeroTrash Laguna's "1st Saturday" cleanup has a new location in North Laguna. The UPS Store, 668 N. Coast Hwy., will now welcome volunteers with refreshments and outfit them with tees, trash-pickers and bags. Owner Mark Meisberger said he was inspired to join the effort when he saw what ZT founder, Chip McDermott, and his volunteers were doing at local schools to help clean up the community. "I'm happy to adopt an area that they didn't have covered," he said. "I hope our location will build the turnout of volunteers and make it a bigger event.
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By Mark Meisberger | January 26, 2010
Laguna Beach freshman, Matthew Meisberger has received recognition for winning the 2009 season go-karting championship. Matthew received his award at the Los Angeles Kart Club banquet in December. Matt dominated the clubs popular HPV-2 Junior class with three wins and a total of 7 podiums. “2009 was a really great season and a lot of fun, we were fast when it counted and stayed out of trouble the whole year. Thanks to The UPS Store, and all of my sponsors for their great support”.
SPORTS
From Staff Reports | May 24, 2012
Crescent Bay Advisors forced a winner-takes-all showdown for the AAA Division tournament championship by defeating UPS Store, 10-5, in Laguna Beach Little League postseason play at Riddle Field on Wednesday. CBA, which won the division's regular season title, rallied from a 5-1 deficit in the fifth inning to earn the win. The division final is set for 4:15 p.m. Wednesday at Riddle Field. CBA had reached Wednesday's division final by winning two elimination games in the past week.
SPORTS
From Staff Reports | May 3, 2012
Hobie collected its 11th win of the season by defeating Sportsworld, 5-1, Wednesday in a Laguna Beach Little League Majors Division game at Riddle Field. Jack Wills started the game for Hobie and allowed one hit and no runs in 2 2/3 innings. Jack Loechner threw the next 2 1/3 innings and gave up a run and two hits. Lance Stewart closed out the sixth and didn't allow a hit and was backed by two solid defensive plays by Josh McManus at second base. Christian Herry started the game for Sportsworld and pitched well through three innings.
SPORTS
June 11, 2010
Little League teams open district play Seven teams from Laguna Beach Little League began the third leg of its season this week with the start of the District 55 Tournament of Champions. Firefighters (Junior), Fantasy Designs and HOBIE in Majors, Morgan Stanley and The UPS Store in AAA and Lumberyard and Hodes-Milman Angels in AA are representing Laguna Beach in the annual district event. Laguna Beach's Riddle Field is one of two host sites — the other is Rancho Niguel Little League's La Paz Field, for the Minor Division tournament.
SPORTS
April 7, 2011
Sportsworld hitters shifted into high gear this week by scoring 26 runs and bringing home two big wins in Laguna Beach Little League AAA Division action. On Saturday, Sportsworld rallied to score a 12-11 comeback win over UPS Store. UPS Store rocketed to a 10-run lead in the top of the second, thanks to some wild Sportsworld pitching and clutch hits delivered by Hunter Johnson and Lucas Blow. Sportsworld answered in the bottom of the second with hits by Jett Rocha and a three-run double by catcher Dillon Gaboury.
SPORTS
May 5, 2011
VFW kept its bid for first place alive Friday by defeating Hobie, 4-3, in Laguna Beach Little League Majors Division action at Riddle Field. VFW took the early lead with two runs in the first inning when Cole Paxon singled and stole second and Jack Dickenson followed with a home run. Judge Washer pitched for Hobie and struck out six and held VFW in check until the fourth inning. Paxon doubled in Billy Howie and Jack Loechner singled and scored on a sacrifice fly to center field by Dickenson, bringing the score to 4-0. Blake Burzell came in to pitch for Hobie in the fifth and struck out two and kept VFW scoreless.
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From Staff Reports | May 24, 2012
Crescent Bay Advisors forced a winner-takes-all showdown for the AAA Division tournament championship by defeating UPS Store, 10-5, in Laguna Beach Little League postseason play at Riddle Field on Wednesday. CBA, which won the division's regular season title, rallied from a 5-1 deficit in the fifth inning to earn the win. The division final is set for 4:15 p.m. Wednesday at Riddle Field. CBA had reached Wednesday's division final by winning two elimination games in the past week.
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From Staff Reports | May 3, 2012
Hobie collected its 11th win of the season by defeating Sportsworld, 5-1, Wednesday in a Laguna Beach Little League Majors Division game at Riddle Field. Jack Wills started the game for Hobie and allowed one hit and no runs in 2 2/3 innings. Jack Loechner threw the next 2 1/3 innings and gave up a run and two hits. Lance Stewart closed out the sixth and didn't allow a hit and was backed by two solid defensive plays by Josh McManus at second base. Christian Herry started the game for Sportsworld and pitched well through three innings.
SPORTS
May 12, 2011
The final regular-season game in the Laguna Beach Little League AAA Division was a close contest between Sportsworld and UPS Store until the final innings, where division champion Sportsworld pulled away to score an 11-2 victory. UPS starting pitcher Conner Sorenson held Sportsworld to three runs in the first two innings, thanks in part to exceptional defensive plays by catcher Jack Casey. UPS threatened in the top of the second with speedy Will Clark scoring on a Timmy Laughlin hit. However, the brief rally was extinguished when Sportsworld's Curren Hendrickson entered the game and promptly struck out the first batter he faced.
SPORTS
May 5, 2011
VFW kept its bid for first place alive Friday by defeating Hobie, 4-3, in Laguna Beach Little League Majors Division action at Riddle Field. VFW took the early lead with two runs in the first inning when Cole Paxon singled and stole second and Jack Dickenson followed with a home run. Judge Washer pitched for Hobie and struck out six and held VFW in check until the fourth inning. Paxon doubled in Billy Howie and Jack Loechner singled and scored on a sacrifice fly to center field by Dickenson, bringing the score to 4-0. Blake Burzell came in to pitch for Hobie in the fifth and struck out two and kept VFW scoreless.
SPORTS
April 7, 2011
Sportsworld hitters shifted into high gear this week by scoring 26 runs and bringing home two big wins in Laguna Beach Little League AAA Division action. On Saturday, Sportsworld rallied to score a 12-11 comeback win over UPS Store. UPS Store rocketed to a 10-run lead in the top of the second, thanks to some wild Sportsworld pitching and clutch hits delivered by Hunter Johnson and Lucas Blow. Sportsworld answered in the bottom of the second with hits by Jett Rocha and a three-run double by catcher Dillon Gaboury.
SPORTS
March 17, 2011
Morgan Stanley and American Legion faced off Tuesday in Laguna Beach Little League AAA Division play at Riddle Field and Morgan Stanley's offensive output in the fourth and fifth innings paved the way for a 16-8 victory. Cameron Garcia started on the mound for American Legion and allowed six runs with seven strikeouts in the first three innings. Morgan Stanley's Cole Fink hit a double in the first to bring home Nolan Smith and Luc LaMontagne. Fink hit another double in the third to score LaMontagne and Josh Mc Manus.
SPORTS
June 18, 2010
The UPS Store from Laguna Beach Little League lost to the Aliso Viejo Angels, 3-1, June 11 in the second round of the Little League District 55 Tournament of Champions Minor Division tournament at Riddle Field in Laguna Beach. The TOC places all the top teams in District 55 Little League (Newport, Central Irvine, Rancho Niguel, Laguna Niguel, Lake Forest, Saddleback, and Laguna Beach) in a single-elimination tournament. The pitchers from both teams took early control of the game.
SPORTS
June 11, 2010
Little League teams open district play Seven teams from Laguna Beach Little League began the third leg of its season this week with the start of the District 55 Tournament of Champions. Firefighters (Junior), Fantasy Designs and HOBIE in Majors, Morgan Stanley and The UPS Store in AAA and Lumberyard and Hodes-Milman Angels in AA are representing Laguna Beach in the annual district event. Laguna Beach's Riddle Field is one of two host sites — the other is Rancho Niguel Little League's La Paz Field, for the Minor Division tournament.
SPORTS
June 10, 2010
Throughout the season, The UPS Store and Morgan Stanley have battled each other every time they've met. All of those meetings, except for one, were decided by two or fewer runs and many of the games had been decided in the last inning. The AAA playoffs are a double-elimination format. UPS beat Morgan Stanley in the second-round of the playoffs, but Morgan Stanley fought its way back up to the championship bracket and needed to beat UPS twice to win the playoffs, which it did. On June 2, Morgan Stanley defeated UPS, 4-2. Tyler Jackson pitched a complete game for UPS and Zach Washer was the starting pitcher for Morgan Stanley.
NEWS
By Ashley Breeding | May 28, 2010
ZeroTrash Laguna's "1st Saturday" cleanup has a new location in North Laguna. The UPS Store, 668 N. Coast Hwy., will now welcome volunteers with refreshments and outfit them with tees, trash-pickers and bags. Owner Mark Meisberger said he was inspired to join the effort when he saw what ZT founder, Chip McDermott, and his volunteers were doing at local schools to help clean up the community. "I'm happy to adopt an area that they didn't have covered," he said. "I hope our location will build the turnout of volunteers and make it a bigger event.
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