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By Steve Virgen | March 11, 2010
On paper, today’s CIF Southern California Division II Regional Championships semifinal at Aliso Niguel High appears to be the premiere matchup of Orange County teams. But the match might not have Corona del Mar (25-1-1) and JSerra (25-4-1) at full strength when the teams begin at 4:15 p.m. Sea Kings’ first-year coach George Larsen said CdM might be without freshman Jack McBean and the Lions may be missing two of their players because of commitments to their regional teams in the Olympic Development Program National Championships in Arizona, which start on Friday.
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SPORTS
December 15, 2009
CORONA DEL MAR — Junior Carolina van der Velde had 15 points, 14 rebounds and seven blocked shots, but the Corona del Mar High girls’ basketball team was bested, 46-39, by visiting Aliso Niguel in a nonleague contest Tuesday. Junior Ellie Nadal added 11 points, including three three-pointers, and chipped in eight assists for the hosts (6-3). CdM trailed, 23-17, at halftime, but pared the deficit to 34-33 at the end of three periods and led by one with three minutes to go, Coach Mark Decker said.
FEATURES
By DAVID CARRILLO PEÑALOZA | December 7, 2009
WESTMINSTER — Two transfers stood next to each other on the court for the first time in a Corona del Mar High boys’ basketball game. One guard came off the bench Monday and gave fans hope for the future, while the other started and reminded some of the successful past. The path to CdM for Ramon Mejia is different than the one Clayton Ragsdale took before the season. Coach Ryan Schachter is glad to have both juniors. Mejia and Ragsdale each finished with 12 points and six assists in the Sea Kings’ 72-53 victory against Aliso Niguel in the first pool-play game at the La Quinta Classic.
LOCAL
By David Carrillo Peñaloza | September 10, 2009
After tonight, Newport Harbor High Coach Jeff Brinkley should be three wins away from No. 200. The Sailors kick off the season at lowly Aliso Niguel at 7 p.m. with a lot of hope and inexperience. The most experience comes from their coach, who’s entering his 24th season. “I think we’re ready to play a game,” said Brinkley, whose team scrimmaged Troy last week. “We got a lot of guys who need game experience. “We’re the type of team that can beat anybody, but we’re also the type of team that anybody can beat.
LOCAL
September 11, 2008
FIRST QUARTER NH – Green 5 pass from McDonald (Freiberg kick), 8:41. NH – Lyon blocks punt and recovers in end zone (Freiberg kick), 6:59. NH – Green 4 run (Freiberg kick), 0:10. SECOND QUARTER NH – Green 51 punt return (Freiberg kick), 10:24. NH – McDonald 1 run (Freiberg kick), 7:02. THIRD QUARTER NH – Miller 73 run (Freiberg kick), 11:42. NH – Ballcarrier falls in end zone for safety, 9:48.
LOCAL
By David Carrillo Peñaloza | September 11, 2008
NEWPORT BEACH — As expected, it turned out to be a Newport Harbor High blowout this week. The Sailors opened the season with a convincing 58-7 victory over Aliso Niguel at Davidson Field Thursday night. They were on the verge of coming away with the program’s most lopsided season-opening victory in school history until Coach Jeff Brinkley called off the dogs heading into the final quarter. The question now is whether there will be another blowout in store next week for the Sailors.
LOCAL
By David Carrillo Peñaloza | September 10, 2008
NEWPORT BEACH — In the background, a siren went off as the Newport Harbor High football program rehearsed. No one was in trouble. No ambulance roared by. Two men worked on the scoreboard near the practice field. Jeff Brinkley stood at the other end. Brinkley, in his 23rd year as the head coach, looked healthy. He just wasn’t satisfied with the Sailors two days before opening the season. “Today wasn’t really good,” Brinkley said.
SPORTS
By Matt Szabo | July 2, 2008
ALISO VIEJO — No heads were down Wednesday night for the Newport Beach American Little League Majors Division All-Star team. Manager Bart Thomsen wasn’t having it. True, NBALL had just lost its first game of the District 55 Tournament in the winner’s bracket semifinals. Newport Beach was even shut out, 8-0, by Aliso Viejo National at Woodfield Park. But Thomsen made sure there was plenty of clapping after the game regardless. He addressed his players, going over the positives each one showed in the game and reminding them they were still 2-1 in the district tournament.
LOCAL
March 19, 2008
An Aliso Viejo woman was arrested in Costa Mesa early Tuesday for allegedly hitting two officers and being drunk in public after drinking at Skosh Monahan’s, officials said Tuesday. Police received a call about 1 a.m. Tuesday from someone saying Shayne Alacar, 23, was in the gutter at Newport Boulevard and Walnut Avenue screaming she had been raped, Sgt. Jerry Hildeman said. While officers were talking with her, Alacar lunged at one of the officers and starting “wailing on his foot,” Hildeman said.
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