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Recapping the Championship Season
Eagles Win Top Honors
Andrew Mits was named the Southern Section Division 6 player of the year and Nate Goellrich the coach of the year. Trevor Scott and James De La O were first-team all-CIF selections and Jack Moyer was named to the second team.
CIF Southern California Regional Division V
Estancia 11, Baldwin Park 2: The Eagles scored eight runs in the first inning and cruised to the victory at home. Jack Moyer had four hits, two RBIs and scored two runs for Estancia (31-5), which won 13 consecutive games to finish its most successful season in program history.
Game coverage: Daily Pilot | OC Register | OC Sports Zone
Estancia 4, Delano Kennedy 3: The Eagles rallied from a three-run deficit, tying the score, 3-3, in the third inning and scoring the eventual winning run when Andrew Mits and Jack Moyer each doubled in the fourth. The Eagles (30-5), who have won 12 games in a row, are 19-1 at home this season. They will finish the season at home Saturday against the winner of Friday’s Baldwin Park-Anaheim semifinal.
Game coverage: Daily Pilot | OC Sports Zone | OC Register
Estancia 13, Los Angeles Mendez 0: Every Eagle in the batting order reached base at least once in this victory, shortened to five innings by the mercy rule. Jack Moyer and Andrew Coyotzi each had triples and combined for four runs scored and four driven in. James De La O was two for three with a double and two RBIs, and Blake Peck also drove home a pair of runs.
Game coverage: Daily Pilot
Southern Section Division 6 Championship
Estancia 2, Anaheim 1 (11 innings): James De La O drove in the winning run with a double in the 11th inning and pitched the final 1 2/3 innings for the Eagles, who won their first Southern Section title. Game coverage: Daily Pilot | Orange County Register
Estancia 1, Santa Ynez 0: Trevor Scott walked with the bases loaded in the bottom of the 10th inning for the Eagles (27-5), who advanced to the championship for the first time in program history. Scott pitched seven shut-out innings and Andrew Mits pitched the final three innings for Estancia. Game coverage: Daily Pilot | Orange County Register | OC Sports Zone
Estancia 5, Hesperia Christian 0: The Eagles advanced to the semifinals for the first time in program history. Andrew Mits gave up five hits and struck out seven in the shutout. Jack Moyer had two hits and two RBIs and Miles Moyer had a run, a hit and drove in one run for the Eagles (26-5).
Estancia 6, Fontana A.B. Miller 1: Trevor Scott pitched a complete game two-hitter and also singled in the bottom of the fourth to start the Eagles' comeback from a one-run deficit. Scott didn't give up a hit after the first inning. Battery-mate Blake Peck hit a clutch two-out double to score the go-ahead run. Game coverage: Daily Pilot
Estancia 7, Tarbut V'Torah 1: Andrew Mits pitched a one-hitter, striking out nine and carrying a no-hitter into the seventh inning. The Eagles (24-5) stole six bases and Jack Moyer went 2 for 3 with two runs and one RBI. Miles Moyer scored two runs and had two hits. James De La O had two hits with a run batted in, giving him a school-record 35 RBIs this season.