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Irvine Valley improves its record to 5-0 overall and 4-0 in the Orange Empire Conference with a 25-22, 25-21, 25-22 win over Golden West at home on Wednesday . The Lasers had three players with at least 10 kills on the night.
Irvine Valley beats Riverside, 7-2, in a Orange Empire Conference match that lasts over three hours Tuesday at home. The Lasers came through when it mattered the most, winning the final three singles contests in three sets.
Irvine Valley gives up two runs in the top of the ninth and falls to Saddleback, 5-4, at the OC Great Park Tuesday. The Lasers were three outs away from their biggest win of the season. They will go after it again on Thursday.
Irvine Valley swept at Fullerton Wednesday. With the win, the Lasers move into the top two in the Orange Empire Conference standings. IVC has two more matches this week, starting at home Wednesday vs. Golden West.
Irvine Valley splits a doubleheader with Fullerton on Friday at the Great Park, but wins three out of four in the series. The star of the second game on Friday for IVC was pitcher Dallas Carpenter, who pitched five shutout innings.
Irvine Valley, down early, comes back with a six-run, top of the seventh inning, to tie the game and then scores three runs in the top of the eighth and goes on to win, 11-10. It is the second win in a row for the Lasers.
Irvine Valley continues its hot start to the 2021 season. The Lasers swept Santiago Canyon twice last week and then beat Moorpark, 25-18, 25-12, 25-21 at home on Wednesday. Colin Chillingworth had 12 kills and hit .526 for IVC.
Irvine Valley had been right there in several games this year. The Lasers run away with a 17-5 Orange Empire Conference victory at Fullerton. Sophomore Dante Faicchio shines with five hits, a double, triple and six RBI.
After more than a year of not competing, Irvine Valley took the court for a real match on Tuesday and defeated Orange Coast, 7-2. Julio Vargas, Luis Moros, Victor Chaix, Hugo Redelinger and Cole Martin each won in singles.
Irvine Valley rallies late to tie Orange Coast, 3-3, in the first game of a doubleheader at the OC Great Park on Friday afternoon. The Pirates jumped out early in the second game and went on to beat the Lasers, 8-2.
Irvine Valley sweeps Santiago Canyon for the second time this week, winning, 25-20, 25-13, 25-13 at Santiago Canyon in an Orange Empire Conference match on Friday. Four IVC players had at last seven kills on the night.
Irvine Valley, using just four players, holds on for a 5-4 Orange Empire Conference victory at Cypress on Tuesday afternoon. The Lasers won three singles matches and both doubles contests to improve their record to 2-0 overall.
Irvine Valley falls behind early and loses, 5-1, at Orange Coast Tuesday. Eric Burkle had two hits and Dante Faicchio had a double and one RBI for IVC. The Lasers host a doubleheader Friday at the OC Great Park, starting at noon.
After missing its matches with Fullerton last week due to health and safety protocols, Irvine Valley was back on the court Wednesday in its season opener at home, played well and swept Santiago Canyon, 24-12, 25-20, 25-19.
Irvine Valley held a 5-3 lead going into the bottom of the seventh inning, but gave up three runs and ended up falling to Orange Coast, 7-6, in an Orange Empire Conference game at OCC on Tuesday.
The Irvine Valley women's tennis team defeated Cypress, 7-0, in the 2021 season opener on Tuesday at home. The Lasers play again on Thursday at Cypress at 2 p.m. It was great to see teams competing on the courts today.
Irvine Valley falls, 5-4, in the seven-inning opening game and then loses, 9-4, in the second game, which was a regular nine innings. IVC is back in action next Tuesday, starting a four-game series against Orange Coast.
Irvine Valley leaves the bases loaded in three different innings and Cypress breaks a tight game open by scoring five runs in the top of the fifth inning. Shane Kary and Ethan Johannes each finish the day with three hits for IVC.
Irvine Valley is set to open up the season on Friday. Wednesday's scheduled match at Fullerton was cancelled due to health and safety protocols. Coach Ryan Windisch has has a strong group of players that are ready to go.
Irvine Valley started its season at the OC Great Park against Cypress on Tuesday night under the lights. The Lasers had their chances, but lost to Cypress, 3-0. The teams play again on Thursday at 2 p.m. at the Great Park.