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February 23, 2005
Rick Devereux A slow start seemed to work in favor of the Newport Harbor High boys basketball team, but turnovers doomed the Sailors in the second half of a 51-40 CIF Southern Section Division II-AA second-round game against visiting Pasadena Tuesday. Newport grabbed a quick 2-0 lead, but the Bulldogs went on an 8-0 run to gain the advantage. The Tars played tight defense to claw back for an 11-10 lead 3:27 into the second quarter, but Pasadena, who improved to 25-2, closed out the half with a 6-2 run for a 16-13 edge.
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By: Edgar Melik-Stepanyan | September 10, 2005
Home sweet home. Six years since playing an on-campus match, the Burbank High girls' tennis team met visiting Flintridge Prep on Thursday in the season opener for both teams. The Bulldogs christened their new courts -- which sits atop the school's parking lot -- with a 12-6 victory. "It's still weird to be here and not at the [Burbank] tennis courts," Bulldog Coach Paul McNiff said. The Bulldogs were set on cruise control midway through the match, as they built an 8-1 lead.
NEWS
October 17, 2002
The Costa Mesa Mustangs came out firing with an interception and a subsequent touchdown, but were unable to hold Garden Grove's offense the thereafter and the Bulldogs downed the Mustangs, 26-19, in Pop Warner Pee Wee football action Saturday. Damien Scheidt intercepted a Bulldog pass on the first play of the game and Joshua Erno ran the ball 30 yards for a touchdown on the Mustangs' next offensive play to go ahead, 6-0. Joey Palacios ran in the extra point to make it, 7-0 Mustangs.
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By: Charles Rich | October 12, 2005
With the vibrations from the stomping of feet in the bleachers inside the two-year-old Burbank High gymnasium, Wayne Teng fed off the noise from the crowd. The Bulldog girls' volleyball coach showed plenty of emotion on his team's bench. It didn't matter if his emotion flowed during a timeout or following a key defensive play. Playing cross-town rival Burroughs also fanned Teng's emotions. Lauren Rowsey finished with 19 kills to power host Burbank to a 25-15, 26-28, 25-12, 25-20 Foothill League victory against rival Burroughs on Tuesday night.
NEWS
December 29, 2001
Amara Aguilar COSTA MESA - The Vanguard University men's basketball has been burned by the University of Montana-Western before. So the Lions didn't take the Bulldogs lightly this time around to earn a convincing, 86-78, nonconference victory at The Pit Friday night. Garid Beeler led the charge with 21 points and was responsible for an 8-0 spurt in the second half that kept the momentum rolling for Vanguard. Damion Morbley added 20 points for Vanguard.
FEATURES
December 26, 2008
Yale junior Haywood Wright, a former standout at Sage Hill School, was named Ivy League Player of the Week in women’s basketball on Monday. The 6-foot-2 forward scored 18 points and added nine rebounds in the Bulldogs’ 77-73 overtime win over Quinnipiac on Sunday. Wright sank two free throws to ice the game in overtime and she added four blocks, four steals and two assists in 34 minutes. She made six of nine field-goal attempts, including her only three-point try, and was five for five from the foul line.
SPORTS
By Barry Faulkner | February 14, 2014
It took Manny Argomaniz one game to earn hero status at Fresno State. The Bulldogs' junior second baseman, a transfer from Orange Coast College, doubled in two runs in the 10th inning to help the visitors upend UC Irvine, 2-0, in the nonconference season opener for both on Friday night. Argomaniz made winners of a Bulldogs squad, for which three pitchers limited the Anteaters to one hit through nine innings, three hits total. UCI's lone hit through nine innings was a 50-foot infield single rolled down the third-base line by sophomore second baseman Mikey Duarte to lead off the bottom of the third.
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By: | September 14, 2005
CROSS-COUNTRY Burroughs in Seaside Invitational: The Indian boys had a good showing Friday at the meet in Ventura. The boys finished fourth among 35 schools with a team-total time of 81 minutes 38 seconds. The event was conducted in grade-level races. In the senior race, the Indians were paced by Adrian Harrison, who placed seventh in 15:54. He was followed by Morgan Walker (12th; 16:05), Alex Sandoval (16th; 16:11), Vernon Roque (33rd; 16:54)
SPORTS
By Matt Szabo | March 13, 2014
On its home floor and playing a lower-seeded squad, things appeared to be looking up for the Corona del Mar High girls' basketball team. The No. 6-seeded Sea Kings went up big on No. 11 Los Angeles Garfield midway through the second quarter of Wednesday night's CIF State Southern California Regional Division III opener. CdM looked well on its way to extending its first state playoffs appearance in program history. Then sophomore forward Natalia Bruening got her third foul. The lead nearly vanished by halftime.
NEWS
By: Jeff Tully | October 12, 2005
Burroughs High No. 1 doubles player Nicole Carothers knew nothing about the cross-town rivalry with Burbank before joining the Indian program this season. A transfer player from Northern California, Carothers had no idea about the heated competition that usually takes place when the teams meet. "Although I'm new, some of my teammates filled me in about how important it is when we play against Burbank," said Carothers, who with partner Sarah Aguilar, swept, 6-0, 6-3, 6-2. "It's kind of neat to be a part of it, and I'm just glad to be a part of the Burroughs team."
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By Matt Szabo | March 13, 2014
On its home floor and playing a lower-seeded squad, things appeared to be looking up for the Corona del Mar High girls' basketball team. The No. 6-seeded Sea Kings went up big on No. 11 Los Angeles Garfield midway through the second quarter of Wednesday night's CIF State Southern California Regional Division III opener. CdM looked well on its way to extending its first state playoffs appearance in program history. Then sophomore forward Natalia Bruening got her third foul. The lead nearly vanished by halftime.
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By Barry Faulkner | February 15, 2014
Spend more than four decades coaching college baseball and you are bound to pick up a little psychology. But even the breadth of experience accrued by 72-year-old UC Irvine Coach Mike Gillespie wasn't enough to salve the mental wounds that lingered after an 8-7 nonconference loss in 13 innings to visiting Fresno State on Saturday. The Bulldogs, who scored in the 10th to snap a scoreless tie and come away with a 2-0 season-opening win on Friday, took the lead four times on Saturday, including once in the 12th and once in the fateful 13th.
SPORTS
By Barry Faulkner | February 14, 2014
It took Manny Argomaniz one game to earn hero status at Fresno State. The Bulldogs' junior second baseman, a transfer from Orange Coast College, doubled in two runs in the 10th inning to help the visitors upend UC Irvine, 2-0, in the nonconference season opener for both on Friday night. Argomaniz made winners of a Bulldogs squad, for which three pitchers limited the Anteaters to one hit through nine innings, three hits total. UCI's lone hit through nine innings was a 50-foot infield single rolled down the third-base line by sophomore second baseman Mikey Duarte to lead off the bottom of the third.
SPORTS
By Barry Faulkner, barry.faulkner@latimes.com | May 7, 2011
COSTA MESA — Heather Faith Beyer liked baseball and she liked to celebrate performance. On Saturday at Orange Coast College, Pirates pitcher Chad Thompson produced a performance that his late step-sister would have thoroughly enjoyed. Just four days after Thompson attended a service at Newport Mesa Church for Beyer, who died April 30 after a 15-month battle with breast cancer, the 6-foot-8 freshman right-hander pitched arguably his best game of the season in a 3-0 win. The victory over Allan Hancock (20-18)
FEATURES
December 26, 2008
Yale junior Haywood Wright, a former standout at Sage Hill School, was named Ivy League Player of the Week in women’s basketball on Monday. The 6-foot-2 forward scored 18 points and added nine rebounds in the Bulldogs’ 77-73 overtime win over Quinnipiac on Sunday. Wright sank two free throws to ice the game in overtime and she added four blocks, four steals and two assists in 34 minutes. She made six of nine field-goal attempts, including her only three-point try, and was five for five from the foul line.
FEATURES
By Barry Faulkner | March 25, 2008
JACKSON, Tenn. — The Vanguard University women’s basketball team will remember the silence more than the roar of the hometown Union crowd of 3,515 in the semifinals of the NAIA Division I Tournament Monday at Oman Arena. The underdog Lions continually made shots to quell the home rooters, who appeared indignant at not being able to witness what was expected to be its almost annual rite of passage to the final for the top-seeded Bulldogs, who came in 35-0. Union won national titles in 2005 and 2006 and has become the preeminent NAIA Division I power.
SPORTS
By Barry Faulkner | November 29, 2007
Mike Mayne, who collected 400 wins as baseball coach at Orange Coast College from 1977 to 1992, has been named pitching coach at Fresno State University, the school announced Wednesday. Mayne, who guided OCC to six conference championships and one state title, reunites with Fresno State Coach Mike Batesole, who played for and coached with Mayne at OCC. Batesole, preparing for his sixth season as head coach, guided the Bulldogs to back-to-back Western Athletic Conference tournament titles the last two seasons, a program first.
SPORTS
By Barry Faulkner | November 23, 2007
ANAHEIM — The arena was different, as were the basketballs and any fatigue that lingered from the near-1,700-mile flight that came with the Mississippi State men’s basketball team’s first road game this season Thursday in the first round of the inaugural Anaheim Classic. But one change the Bulldogs found to their liking in a 68-53 triumph over UC Irvine at the Anaheim Convention Center was a previously untapped rate of exchange. The Southeastern Conference representative (3-1)
SPORTS
By Barry Faulkner | August 17, 2007
The UC Irvine men's basketball team will play host to Mississippi State in the opening game of the inaugural Anaheim Classic, an eight-team tournament held Nov. 22-25 at the Anaheim Convention Center. UCI's second opponent in the eight-team tournament will be either Southern Illinois or Tennessee Chatanooga. The remainder of the tournament, for which pairings were announced Thursday at the ESPN Zone in Anaheim, features USC, San Diego, Miami of Ohio and South Alabama. All 12 tournament games will be televised on either ESPN2 or ESPNU.
SPORTS
By BARRY FAULKNER | March 20, 2007
JACKSON, Tenn. — Cumberland players, as well as Coach Clint Mason, said the seeds to the Bulldogs' 68-64 upset of top-seeded Vanguard in the semifinals of the NAIA Tournament Monday at Oman Arena, might have taken root at the Final Four press conference on Sunday. Mason, senior forward C'Kala Humes and senior guard Ashley Cross represented the Bulldogs at the press conference. Mason said Humes and Cross took offense to what they deemed too much media focus on Vanguard (then 31-0)
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