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February 5, 2013
MEN'S VOLLEYBALL Orange Coast def. El Camino COSTA MESA - Cody Martin led the way with 17 kills and five blocks in the Pirates' 25-21, 25-20, 25-20 nonconference win Tuesday. Johannes Brink added 11 kills and four blocks and Connor Luckey added 10 kills for OCC (2-1). Brendan Duff dished out 37 assists, while libero Scott Enos notched six digs. El Camino is 1-2. The Pirates will return to action on Friday against defending state champion Long Beach City College on Friday night at 6 at OCC's Peterson Gym. * MEN'S BASKETBALL Westmont 76, Vanguard 65 SANTA BARBARA - Chris Gorman scored 21 points for the Lions in the Golden State Athletic Conference game Tuesday.
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November 25, 1999
Tony Altobelli COSTA MESA - If every win is going to be like this for Orange Coast College men's basketball team, first-year coach Mark Hill might have to ask for early retirement. After falling behind by as many as 18 points in the second half, the Pirates staged a furious comeback en route to a dramatic 108-105 overtime nonconference win over visiting El Camino Wednesday night. Chad Hagedorn's three-pointer at the buzzer sent the game into overtime, where Dave Elliott scored eight of his 26 points in the extra five minutes to lead the Bucs (2-1)
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February 20, 2003
MEN'S VOLLEYBALL: Freshman outside hitter Poyer Poia pounded out 13 kills and added 10 digs to lead Orange Coast to a 30-24, 34-32, 30-20 victory over visiting El Camino Wednesday afternoon in interconference play on the OCC campus. The win puts the Pirates at 6-1 overall, including a 3-0 mark against teams from the South Coast Conference. Poia got things going early on in the first game, collecting a pair of kills in the opening moments as the teams traded points.
NEWS
August 31, 2000
COSTA MESA - Renee Gomez scored two second-half goals to lift the Orange Coast College women's soccer team to a 3-1 nonconference win over visiting El Camino Wednesday afternoon. OCC (2-0) trailed early, but Andrea Corkhill's goal before the end of the first half tied the score. Gomez already has four goals for the season, while Corkhill (Newport Harbor High) and Maral Boghous each have three. Amanda Bell had three saves for Coast, including a diving deflection in the first half.
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March 16, 2000
TORRANCE - Orange Coast College freshman Lot Keijzer won her singles match and combined with Erica Goode to win in doubles as well. But host El Camino earned a 5-4 Orange Empire Conference women's tennis victory Wednesday. Shannon Gibson also won in singles for the Pirates (5-5, 3-3 in conference). ORANGE EMPIRE CONFERENCE Singles - Keijzer (OCC) def. Yamazawa, 6-1, 6-4; Tahasian (EC) def. Goode, 4-6, 6-4, 6-4; Groff (EC) def. McNamara, 7-5, 6-4; Yokomizo (E)
SPORTS
October 15, 2006
SCORE BY QUARTERS ORANGE COAST 0 10 0 7 - 17 EL CAMINO 7 0 17 7 - 31 FIRST QUARTER EC -- Tucker 12 pass from Jackson (Houston kick), 7:45. SECOND QUARTER OCC -- Jaramillo 45 FG, 8:15. OCC -- Moskus 30 pass from Crowell (Jaramillo kick), 1:16. THIRD QUARTER EC -- Houston 29 FG, 11:30. EC -- Francis 1 run (Jackson run)
NEWS
October 14, 2000
GLENDORA - Tia Montalvo scored four goals and Jennifer Hallman had three to lead the Orange Coast College women's water polo team to a first-round 21-6 victory over El Camino at the Citrus Tournament Friday. The Pirates will play in the semifinals today against San Diego Mesa, starting at 9:30 a.m. Coast earned a trip to the championship round when it won a match by forfeit over Santa Monica, which failed to appear for the contest. Against El Camino, Kristina Miloslavic, Ellen Dolan, Tracy Maddox and Deanna Espinosa scored two goals each.
NEWS
November 17, 2001
The Orange Coast College women's basketball hit 11 three-pointers and ran away with an 88-55 nonconference victory at El Camino Friday. OCC freshmen Nancy Hatsushi, a Costa Mesa High product, andLindsey Galasso drained four three-pointers each, while Erin John, Liz Mendoza and Jesiree Dizon made one each. Hatsushi and sophomore Kyra Melville scored 14 points each to lead the Pirates (3-1), who also received 13 from Galasso. NONCONFERENCE Orange Coast 88, El Camino 55 Orange Coast - Melville 14, Hatsushi 14, Galasso 13, Murray 9, Van Buren 7, John 7, Quiroz 6, Grady 4, Marshall 4, Mendoza 3, Dizon 3, Nelson 2, Johnson 2. 3-pt.
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By Barry Faulkner | May 3, 2014
Redemption may be too strong a word. But Two players who had recently found themselves in less than good graces with Orange Coast College baseball coach John Altobelli responded with strong performances Saturday to help the Pirates sweep their best-of-three Southern California Regional playoff series against visiting El Camino. Freshman right fielder Tommy Bell, who was dressed down for not hustling in Friday's opening-game win, went four for four with two runs batted in and two runs scored in the 8-2 triumph that sent No. 1-seeded OCC (28-9)
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SPORTS
May 2, 2014
BASEBALL Orange Coast 7, El Camino 4 The host Pirates rallied from deficits of 3-0 and 4-3 and scored four in the eighth inning to prevail in the first game of a Southern California Regional playoff series Friday. Sophomore outfielder Tommy Bell drove in the go-ahead run in the eighth and was three for four, while Orange Empire Conference Player of the Year Cody Nulph was three for four with one run batted in for the winners (28-9). OCC starting pitcher David Hill allowed four runs, all earned, on eight hits in seven innings and was not involved in the decision.
SPORTS
November 21, 2013
WOMEN'S BASKETBALL Orange Coast 67, Rio Hondo 39 The Pirates improved to 3-1 after winning their first game in the OCC Crossover Thursday night at OCC. Kelsey Dalton and Raechelle Davis (11 rebounds) led OCC with 18 points each. Dayanara Armenta added 10 points and five assists, while Jasmine Matar grabbed 11 rebounds and scored six points. The Pirates led, 28-13 at the half. Rio Hondo is 2-3. OCC continues action Friday night at 7:30 against El Camino. The Pirates 2003 state chamionship team will be honored at the game.
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By Matt Szabo | May 21, 2013
CORONA DEL MAR - Some people seemed to forget that the Corona del Mar High boys' tennis team started its CIF Southern California Regional first-round match Tuesday an hour earlier than normal. The match started at 2 p.m. Anyone who got there an hour later didn't really get to see much tennis at all. Eighty minutes in, the match was already over. CdM quickly disposed of Woodland Hills El Camino Real, 7-0. Part of the match's quickness was due to the format. There are four singles sets and three doubles sets.
SPORTS
February 5, 2013
MEN'S VOLLEYBALL Orange Coast def. El Camino COSTA MESA - Cody Martin led the way with 17 kills and five blocks in the Pirates' 25-21, 25-20, 25-20 nonconference win Tuesday. Johannes Brink added 11 kills and four blocks and Connor Luckey added 10 kills for OCC (2-1). Brendan Duff dished out 37 assists, while libero Scott Enos notched six digs. El Camino is 1-2. The Pirates will return to action on Friday against defending state champion Long Beach City College on Friday night at 6 at OCC's Peterson Gym. * MEN'S BASKETBALL Westmont 76, Vanguard 65 SANTA BARBARA - Chris Gorman scored 21 points for the Lions in the Golden State Athletic Conference game Tuesday.
SPORTS
December 28, 2012
WOMEN'S BASKETBALL Orange Coast 66, El Camino 51 VENTURA - Sophomore forward Michelle Angel had 16 points for the Pirates in their opening game of the Ventura tournament Friday night at Ventura College. Jenna Arnett scored 13 for OCC (8-6), while Dayanara Armenta and Jessica Johnson had 11 points each. The Pirates will play either host Ventura or Southwestern in a tournament semifinal at 7 p.m. Saturday. * UC Irvine 66, Bakersfield 52 BAKERSFIELD - Forwards Camille Buckley and Methlyn Onogomuho were active down low for the Anteaters at the Icardo Center Friday.
SPORTS
April 6, 2010
BASEBALL Cuesta 1, Orange Coast 0 COSTA MESA — Shortstop Jordan Beck was one of three Pirates who had a hit against Cuesta’s ace, Phill Gerber, going one for two with a walk in the nonconference game Tuesday. Brooklyn Foster and Trever Jensen each went one for three to round out the Pirates’ three total hits. Ryan Doran lost his first game of the year for OCC (14-11), pitching three innings and giving up one earned run on two hits, two walks and one strikeout.
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By Barry Faulkner | September 11, 2009
When it comes to the ground game, at least, tonight’s football matchup between Los Angeles Southwest College and visiting Orange Coast appears to be an immovable offense against the Pirates’ irresistible force. The OCC defense limited Santa Monica to minus-12 yards rushing in last week’s 44-28 season-opening road victory. Meanwhile, Southwest posted minus-40 yards on the ground in its 46-12 setback against El Camino. “We moved around pretty well [against the run]
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By Barry Faulkner | December 12, 2008
COSTA MESA — Hypothetically speaking, Orange Coast College women’s basketball coach Mike Thornton said he would have wagered his paycheck that sophomore Casey Gomez would not miss two free throws with one second left in Friday’s 58-57 nonconference loss to visiting Cerritos. The irony in the gesture is that Thornton may have to earn his compensation more this season than any of the previous 19 he has guided the Pirates. “As you can see, this team does not have as easy a time scoring as the ones I’ve had the last few years,” said Thornton, who will count upon Gomez and fellow sophomore Simone Ibbotson to carry much of the offensive load coming off a 29-4 campaign in which OCC averaged 74 points per contest.
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