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June 12, 2002
ALISO VIEJO - The Corona del Mar girls 16-and-under club water polo team won two games easily and lost one Saturday in the Poseidon Tournament at Aliso Niguel High. CdM's Katie Kubas scored five goals in her team's 12-1 win over Trap C and added three more goals in CdM's 17-1 victory over Set B. CdM lost to San Diego Shore, 8-5. Vivian Liao, Camille Hewko and Katya Eadington scored two goals each in CdM's win over Trap C, while Katie Lemmerman added one. Hewko scored five goals in CdM's victory over Set B, while Jordan Anae added three.
NEWS
June 28, 2000
ALISO VIEJO - Corona del Mar High's 18-and-under boys water polo team wrapped up the San Clemente Tournament in fifth place last Saturday at Aliso Niguel High. A tough 12-11 loss to Coronado in the first game put CdM in the loser's bracket. Bobby Messenger, Marcello Pantuliano and Garrett Bowlus each scored in the fourth quarter during CdM's comeback attempt. CdM took out its frustrations in its next game against Santa Ana by administering a 20-3 beating.
NEWS
November 12, 1999
Costa Mesa vs. Corona del Mar Site: Newport Harbor High, 7 p.m. Bottom line: The favored Sea Kings (3-6, 3-0 in league) can achieve their first unbeaten and untied league campaign in school history with a win, as well as wrap up the outright PCL title and the league's coveted No. 1 berth in the Division IX playoffs ... Mesa, the preleague title favorite, can salvage a share of the league crown with a win ... CdM has...
SPORTS
December 12, 2009
GIRLS’ WATER POLO Corona del Mar 13, Murrieta Valley 3 CORONA DEL MAR — Diana Murphy scored four goals for the Sea Kings in the nonleague game Saturday. Margot Money added three goals, while Pippa Saunders and Ally McCormick each had two goals for CdM (2-2). Alex Musselman led the Sea Kings with seven saves. BOYS’ SOCCER Irvine tournament COSTA MESA — Estancia defeated Capistrano Valley, 2-1, and lost to La Quinta of La Quinta, 2-0, Saturday at Estancia High.
NEWS
August 30, 2003
Barry Faulkner For the first time in his 10 seasons as UC Irvine women's soccer coach, Marine Cano's Anteaters have an abundance of something he can't teach. With unprecedented funding, that translated into the most scholarship dollars the program has ever been afforded, Cano and his staff accomplished something he suspects few opponents will be able to this fall: reel in a collection of speed that Cano believes can help the 'Eaters shift upward in the Big West Conference standings.
NEWS
November 9, 2000
Barry Faulkner NEWPORT BEACH - What a difference a league makes. Since earning four straight CIF Southern Section playoff appearances, two league championships and the 1996 CIF Division VIII crown in five seasons in the Pacific Coast League, the Aliso Niguel High football program has gone 2-5 since entering the Sea View League last fall. Newport Harbor, which hosts the Wolverines Friday at 7 p.m., will try to continue that trend, as well as clinch at least second place with a victory.
NEWS
September 14, 2000
Barry Faulkner NEWPORT BEACH - Though Aliso Niguel High left the Pacific Coast League after the 1998 football season, the Wolverines never left the consciousness of the Estancia seniors. Estancia Coach Dave Perkins said his seniors are still stinging from a loss to the Wolverine freshmen, which cost the Eagles a shot at the PCL crown in 1997. The Eagles (1-0) will get the chance to settle that old score Friday at 7, when Aliso, now a member of the Sea View League, visits for a nonleague game at Newport Harbor High.
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By Barry Faulkner | March 12, 2010
A Corona del Mar High boys’ soccer team that relished the underdog role Thursday, will have it again today, when the Sea Kings meet Santa Barbara in the Division II final of the CIF Southern California Regional playoffs at Warren High in Downey. Kickoff is 1 p.m. CdM (26-1-1), ranked No. 9 nationally by ESPN Rise, is the CIF Southern Section Division IV champion, its first section crown. The Sea Kings have won 14 straight since sustaining their only loss, a 1-0 setback to Pacific Coast League rival University on Jan. 15. They defeated Southern Section Division I champion JSerra, 3-2, in the regional semifinal Thursday at Aliso Niguel High.
SPORTS
By Soraya Nadia McDonald | September 6, 2007
Aliso Niguel High might choose to run its offense out of the pistol, but that’s not the only gun Newport Harbor Coach Jeff Brinkley will be monitoring tonight. The senior Wolverines quarterback, Casey Pray, provides an auspicious running threat for Aliso Niguel, matched against a Newport Harbor defensive line that’s never played one minute in a varsity game. Brinkley isn’t too worried about the looks from the same offense the University of Nevada runs, a variation on the shotgun.
SPORTS
December 6, 2005
sports briefs for Wednesday editionThe Orange Coast College women's volleyball team will open the state championships against Fresno City at 6 p.m. Friday at Selland Arena at Fresno State University. The Pirates (22-0) are the top seed from Southern California and were ranked No. 1 in the final coaches poll. They have won all of their 66 games this season, including regional playoff sweeps of Victor Valley and Mount SAC. Frenso City's Rams (20-6) are the No. 10 seed from Northern California.
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By Barry Faulkner | March 12, 2010
A Corona del Mar High boys’ soccer team that relished the underdog role Thursday, will have it again today, when the Sea Kings meet Santa Barbara in the Division II final of the CIF Southern California Regional playoffs at Warren High in Downey. Kickoff is 1 p.m. CdM (26-1-1), ranked No. 9 nationally by ESPN Rise, is the CIF Southern Section Division IV champion, its first section crown. The Sea Kings have won 14 straight since sustaining their only loss, a 1-0 setback to Pacific Coast League rival University on Jan. 15. They defeated Southern Section Division I champion JSerra, 3-2, in the regional semifinal Thursday at Aliso Niguel High.
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SPORTS
December 12, 2009
GIRLS’ WATER POLO Corona del Mar 13, Murrieta Valley 3 CORONA DEL MAR — Diana Murphy scored four goals for the Sea Kings in the nonleague game Saturday. Margot Money added three goals, while Pippa Saunders and Ally McCormick each had two goals for CdM (2-2). Alex Musselman led the Sea Kings with seven saves. BOYS’ SOCCER Irvine tournament COSTA MESA — Estancia defeated Capistrano Valley, 2-1, and lost to La Quinta of La Quinta, 2-0, Saturday at Estancia High.
SPORTS
By Soraya Nadia McDonald | September 6, 2007
Aliso Niguel High might choose to run its offense out of the pistol, but that’s not the only gun Newport Harbor Coach Jeff Brinkley will be monitoring tonight. The senior Wolverines quarterback, Casey Pray, provides an auspicious running threat for Aliso Niguel, matched against a Newport Harbor defensive line that’s never played one minute in a varsity game. Brinkley isn’t too worried about the looks from the same offense the University of Nevada runs, a variation on the shotgun.
SPORTS
December 6, 2005
sports briefs for Wednesday editionThe Orange Coast College women's volleyball team will open the state championships against Fresno City at 6 p.m. Friday at Selland Arena at Fresno State University. The Pirates (22-0) are the top seed from Southern California and were ranked No. 1 in the final coaches poll. They have won all of their 66 games this season, including regional playoff sweeps of Victor Valley and Mount SAC. Frenso City's Rams (20-6) are the No. 10 seed from Northern California.
SPORTS
By By Barry Faulkner | October 29, 2005
Wolverines' senior boots 48-yarder with two seconds left for the difference in 24-21 Sea View win.ALISO VIEJO -- Aliso Niguel High used horse-drawn carriages for its halftime homecoming show, but it was a Carr that propelled the Wolverines' football team to a 24-21 Sea View League win over Newport Harbor. Senior Eric Carr kicked a 48-yard field goal with two seconds left for the winning margin. And before that, the 5-foot-10, 192-pounder's run with his own teammate's fumble helped convert a fake punt that set up Aliso's tying touchdown.
NEWS
October 25, 2003
Patrick Laverty A heavy fog rolled across Aliso Niguel High's football stadium in the fourth quarter of the Wolverines' homecoming game against Newport Harbor, so heavy that the opposite sideline was obscured. And there couldn't have been a more apt description for the Sailors' playoff hopes. Newport Harbor (5-2, 0-2 in Sea View League play) surrendered a fourth-quarter lead for the second consecutive game and now finds itself at the bottom of the league standings with three games to play after opening the season with five straight wins.
NEWS
August 30, 2003
Barry Faulkner For the first time in his 10 seasons as UC Irvine women's soccer coach, Marine Cano's Anteaters have an abundance of something he can't teach. With unprecedented funding, that translated into the most scholarship dollars the program has ever been afforded, Cano and his staff accomplished something he suspects few opponents will be able to this fall: reel in a collection of speed that Cano believes can help the 'Eaters shift upward in the Big West Conference standings.
NEWS
June 12, 2002
ALISO VIEJO - The Corona del Mar girls 16-and-under club water polo team won two games easily and lost one Saturday in the Poseidon Tournament at Aliso Niguel High. CdM's Katie Kubas scored five goals in her team's 12-1 win over Trap C and added three more goals in CdM's 17-1 victory over Set B. CdM lost to San Diego Shore, 8-5. Vivian Liao, Camille Hewko and Katya Eadington scored two goals each in CdM's win over Trap C, while Katie Lemmerman added one. Hewko scored five goals in CdM's victory over Set B, while Jordan Anae added three.
NEWS
October 11, 2001
Barry Faulkner ALISO VIEJO - When it comes to Sea View League openers, the Newport Harbor High football team has been first impressionable. Entering Friday's 7 p.m. league kickoff at Aliso Niguel High, the Sailors have won just two of their last seven initial league contests. Both times (1994 and '99), they went on to claim the league title, as well as the CIF Southern Section divisional crown. So, with the 3-1 Wolverines lying in wait, Coach Jeff Brinkley believes his Sailors (4-0-1)
NEWS
January 25, 2001
Tony Altobelli NEWPORT BEACH - In a battle of two of the top teams in the Sea View League, even one offensive outburst can be the difference. Such was the case Wednesday night as the Aliso Niguel High boys basketball team used a 10-0 run in the second half to outlast host Newport Harbor, 53-52. "It came down to intensity," Newport Coach Larry Hirst said. "Their offensive pressure was stronger than our defensive intensity. We gave up way too many easy shots down low and it came back to haunt us."
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