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September 28, 2000
SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO - The Newport Harbor High girls tennis team defeated host Capistrano Valley, 11-7, Wednesday in nonleague action. The freshman duo of A.J. Olson and Bonnie Adams improved their doubles record to 14-1 with a three-set sweep, 6-4, 6-2, 6-1 for the Sailors. The No. 2 doubles teams of Diana Khoury and Carmen Khoury as well as Erika Buder and Krista McIntosh won two of three sets as did No. 3 singles player Vanessa Dunlap. NONLEAGUE Newport Harbor 11, Capistrano Valley 7 Singles - Hawkins (NH)
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March 26, 2010
MISSION VIEJO — The night before one of the biggest meets for the Corona del Mar High boys’ swim team, Coach Barry O’Dea decided to split up his top 400-yard freestyle relay team. O’Dea figured the Sea Kings would need a second and a third-place finish to beat Capistrano Valley in the final event in the Cougars’ pool Thursday. Everything fell into place. O’Dea mapped out the meet perfectly and the Sea Kings executed it for an 86-84 win in a nonleague double-dual meet, that included Loyola of Los Angeles.
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This post has been corrected, as noted below. | September 24, 2013
CORONA DEL MAR The Battle of the Bay trophy is finally back at Corona del Mar High. The Sea Kings ended the Sailors' six-year reign in the football rivalry, pounding them, 34-14, in front of a sold-out crowd of 7,600 at Orange Coast College. Only one team had beat CdM during the past two years in which the Sea Kings won consecutive CIF Southern Section Southern Division titles. The Sailors fell way short of knocking off CdM again as the Sea Kings shut them down in the second half.
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October 14, 2001
Corona del Mar High's boys water polo team, top-ranked in the CIF Southern Section, squashed visiting Capistrano Valley Saturday in nonleague play, 17-3. Artie Dorr scored five goals, and teammates Mike March (four), Marcello Pantuliano (three) and Jason DiRocco (two) added their presence as the Sea Kings improved to 13-1 overall. They lead the Pacific Coast League with a 2-0 record. NONLEAGUE Corona del Mar 17, Capistrano Valley 3 Capistrano Valley 0 0 1 2 - 3 Corona del Mar 4 8 3 2 - 17 Capistrano Valley - Young 1, Cary 1, Donaldson 1. Saves - Nahoul 9. Corona del Mar - Dorr 5, March 4, Pantuliano 3, J. DiRocco 2, Mann 1. Moore 1, D. DiRocco 1. Saves - Kim 9, Stockstill 4.
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March 17, 2002
CAPISTRANO VALLEY - In what Costa Mesa High Coach Kirk Bauermeister called a strange game, the Mustangs baseball team lost, 3-1, to host Capistrano Valley, in the final game of the Newport Elks Tournament Saturday. "The wind was howling," Bauermeister said. "There was not a ball hit in the air that went to the outfield. We had the only hit to the outfield, (a ground ball) that went between shortstop and third base. The Mustangs (4-4) finished with two hits, as Nick Cabico collected one off a bunt and Derek Garcia provided the aforementioned grounder.
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By Matt Szabo | March 20, 2014
MISSION VIEJO - There are three Mulvaney sisters on the field this year for the Corona del Mar High girls' lacrosse team. Senior Kendall Mulvaney, one of four team captains, is joined by her freshman twin sisters Kennedy and Katherine. All three played substantial minutes in Thursday evening's nonleague game at Capistrano Valley. There was only one Eggeman out there for the Cougars. It just felt like more. Senior Riley Eggeman scored eight goals as Capo Valley rolled over the Sea Kings, 16-6.
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March 6, 2014
Corona del Mar High senior center Giovanni Gentosi will be a preferred walk-on player with the UCLA football team and senior linebacker Alex Moore a preferred walk-on player at USC, Sea Kings Coach Scott Meyer said. Gentosi anchored CdM's perfect 16-0 season which included a Pacific Coast League title, a CIF Southern Section Southern Division title, and the school's first CIF State Division III Bowl Game title. Gentosi went 40-4 during his three years as a CdM starter. He won his final 26 games, helping the Sea Kings own the state's current longest winning streak.
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October 2, 2013
CORONA DEL MAR Only a bye week can stop juggernaut Corona del Mar High these days. The Sea Kings enter the break after routing Capistrano Valley, 43-14, at Davidson Field last week, helping them close out nonleague play at 5-0. CdM, ranked No. 1 in the CIF Southern Section Southern Division poll, has won 15 straight games dating back to last season. Coach Scott Meyer hopes the week off helps the Sea Kings get healthy and ready for their Pacific Coast League title defense.
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By David Carrillo Peñaloza | September 27, 2013
Since Scott Meyer took over as the football coach at Corona del Mar High two years ago, only one opponent has held his team to single-digit points. Going into Friday night's game, Meyer was well aware of that team. The Sea Kings played host to that team at Davidson Field. The Sea Kings came out firing on all cylinders against that team, producing touchdowns on their first four drives. Eighty-eight seconds into the second quarter, that team trailed by its largest margin of the year.
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September 26, 2013
Corona del Mar (4-0) vs. Capistrano Valley (3-1) When/where: Friday, 7 p.m. at Davidson Field Key Sea Kings: Jr. RB Cole Martin (650 yards and seven TDs on 103 carries); Sr. QB Luke Napolitano (589 yards, six TDs and two INTs on 41 of 67 passing, three rushing TDs); Jr. DE Parker Chase (26 tackles, four sacks) Key Cougars: Sr. QB Matthew Gordon (752 yards, nine TDs and two INTs on 63 of 100 passing); Jr. RB William Biehn (279 yards and three TDs on 25 carries)
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This post has been corrected, as noted below. | September 24, 2013
CORONA DEL MAR The Battle of the Bay trophy is finally back at Corona del Mar High. The Sea Kings ended the Sailors' six-year reign in the football rivalry, pounding them, 34-14, in front of a sold-out crowd of 7,600 at Orange Coast College. Only one team had beat CdM during the past two years in which the Sea Kings won consecutive CIF Southern Section Southern Division titles. The Sailors fell way short of knocking off CdM again as the Sea Kings shut them down in the second half.
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By David Carrillo Peñaloza | September 21, 2012
MISSION VIEJO - On one swing of the Corona del Mar High kicker's leg before halftime, the momentum swung the other way. A 52-yard field-goal try by Grif Amies resulted in a 52-yard special teams return for a touchdown at the end of the first half. The finish to the first half at Capistrano Valley was bizarre. What looked like a potential go-ahead scoring drive by the Sea Kings to close the half wound up with the Cougars taking the lead instead. They never looked back after returning a blocked field-goal attempt for a touchdown.
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September 20, 2012
Corona del Mar (2-1) vs. Capistrano Valley (3-1) When/where: Friday night, 7 at Capistrano Valley High Key Sea Kings: Sr. QB Cayman Carter (440 yards, one TD and two INTs on 34-of-68 passing, 320 yards and three TDs on 51 carries); Sr. DE Tim Reinhardt (10 sacks, one sack); Sr. K Grif Amies (six field goals) Key Cougars: Sr. QB Mason Dossey (1,229 yards, 15 TDs and five INTs on 91-of-152 passing); Sr. WR Cole Robinson (28 receptions for 401 yards and nine TDs)
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By Ian Massey | September 8, 2012
In their 11th season, Sage Hill School's football team is off to its first 0-3 start in program history. Sage was manhandled on Friday, losing, 30-8, to nonleague visitor Capistrano Valley Christian. With sophomore quarterback CJ McCord out with a broken arm, Sage's passing game struggled. Senior Harrison Ray stepped in McCord's place, completing just three of nine for 19 yards in the first half, but ended the night nine for 17 for 76 yards, along with an interception. The two teams hadn't squared off since 2008, so Capistrano Valley reintroduced itself by putting on a passing clinic for Sage.
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