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Pirates’ swinging well in tourney

Here are the results of the Oceanside High School varsity baseball team as they have been competing in the rain-soaked North County Conference Tournament: FALLBROOK  9 OHS 3 The Warriors scored five unearned runs in the fifth inning to break open a tight game and coast to victory in the opening game of the North

Pirates’ bats come alive in Calexico

  The Oceanside High softball team has sputtered like a car in dire need of a tuneup when it comes to hitting and run production so far this season. It only took a 350-mile road trip to get the Pirates running smoothly as they smashed Calexico, 11-1, in game called after six innings because of

Track shines in Long Beach; splits with Mission Hills

  The Oceanside boys and girls track teams had a productive week against Mission Hills in dual meet action Thursday and again Saturday at the Long Beach Relays. The boys team outlasted Mission Hils 75-57 with balanced team effort. Chris Hunter led the team with two personal bests in the shot put (45-8) and discuss

Faasua, Harris lead Pirates

Vikia Faasua had three hits, including a double and a RBI and Ronnie Harris added a pair of hits, including a double and RBI, but it wasn’t enough in a 9-3 loss to Fallbrook in the Pirate Classic. ¬†

Individuals off to fast start in track

  Sale Lologo and Vivienne Campbell continued his hot stars as the Oceanside High School track and field season began last week. Lologo set a personal best and county leading effort in the discuss with a throw of 153-1 against Canyon Crest on Wednesday. The senior followed that up with a gold medal effort at

Torres, Hansen garner All-CIF honors

The postseason awards just keep piling up for Oceanside High’s Andrew Torres and Shane Hansen. Torres, a senior, earned first-team All-CIF honors for his work with the Pirates’ boys soccer team. The team captain was instrumental in leading OHS to the CIF-San Diego Division II championship, as well as the Avocado League East title. Hansen,

Softball drops season opener

The Oceanside High School softball team swung the bats well, but wasn’t able to finish the job, losing to host Point Loma, 8-6, in the season opener for both teams. Jordan Belew had a double and two RBI for the Pirates, who earned a forfeit win on Friday against High Tech High (Chula Vista). Taesja

Bats come alive for Pirates in 6-2 victory

The Oceanside High School baseball team flexed its collective muscles in its 6-2 win over visiting Valley Center in round-robin action in the Pirate Classic. Eddie Gonzalez led the hit parade going 3-for-3 and scoring two runs. Ronnie Harris and Sammy Jimenez each had two hits, scored a run and drove in a run. Vika

OHS baseball downs Mission Vista

The Oceanside High School varsity baseball team got off to a fast start with five runs in the first inning as the Pirates downed Mission Vista 5-1 in round-robin play in the Pirate Baseball Classic. Cannon Belew, Jeremiah Goodwin, Manny Vences, and Nathan Wardinsky all had RBIs in the first. Josh Morales, who gave up

Pirates’ season ends in SoCal quarterfinals

RIVERSIDE _ The Oceanside High boys soccer team went toe-to-toe with top-seeded Riverside Arlington in the Southern California Regional quarterfinals Tuesday night. But after taking its share of body blows for nearly 75 minutes, the Pirates succumbed losing 1-0. “(Arlington) is a good team,” said OHS coach Frank Zimmerman in a post-game interview with the