The Wolfpack Soccer boys' under-15 team from Huntington Beach/Fountain Valley, won the President's Division of State Cup April 27 in San Bernardino.

The tournament started with 64 teams from Southern California. Wolfpack U15, coached by former professional soccer player, Glenn Strachan, played eight games and posted a record of 7-1 The team outscored its eight opponents, 17-5.

The championship earned the team a spot in the President's Cup Western Regionals to be played in June at Morgan Hill, Calif. Wolfpack U15 will represent Cal South and will compete against the State Cup champions from 12 states in the western U.S., from Alaska to Hawaii.

The Wolfpack U15 boys' team is: Miguel Adanza, Dominic Bair, Andrew Brummett, Dallas Burke, Shelton Carr, Thiago Costa, Brandon Gerringer, Ryan Hice, Sam Kemper, Chase Manfre, Collier Maruska, Moises Ruiz, Ryan Sapp, Joe Seward, Brendan Snow and Dustin Underwood.

Team members play soccer at Edison (12), Fountain Valley (two), Huntington Beach (one) and Marina (one).

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Ocean View Little League

Majors Division

Cardinals 7, Angels 5: Jared Reyes and Sean Yackley contributed RBI doubles as part of five-run first inning and the Cardinals turned back a late Angels' rally Saturday to capture their seventh win in their last nine games.

Paul Wagner and Jimmy Campbell chipped in with RBI singles for the Cardinals (8-6).

Jason Gagnon belted a two-run home run to center field in the first inning for the Angels. Matthew Wilson (two for three, RBI), Jag Burden (single, two walks) and Nathan Capelouto (double) helped the Angels' comeback bid. Dominic Ventimiglia cut into the Cardinals' lead with an RBI single in the sixth.

Reyes, the Cardinals' shortstop, had two hits and made a sensational diving catch on a pop fly into shallow center field. Eric Church, Joey Legg, Nick Shenkman and David Drigla each had singles as part of the Cardinals' nine-hit attack.

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Cardinals 14, Giants 0: Jared Reyes and Jimmy Campbell combined on a three-hit shutout as the Cardinals recorded season highs for runs and hits (17) and snapped a two-game losing streak.

Reyes (three for four, three runs), Campbell (three for four, three runs) and Kyle Christy (three for four, two RBIs) had big days at the plate, while Paul Wagner, Angel Zamora and Joey Legg contributed two hits apiece.

Reyes allowed two hits and struck out three batters in four innings and was helped by Cardinals center fielder Nick Shenkman who made a run-saving diving catch to end the second inning.

Anthony Capocciama, Kaleb Plewa and Kai Marden each had a single for the Giants.

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