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February 3, 2006
LAKE FOREST -- Newport Harbor High's girls' water polo team had a pair of relatively easy victories on Thursday at the Irvine Southern California Tournament. The Sailors -- seeded No. 1 in their pool -- opened the day with a 16-3 victory over Santa Monica, and followed it up with a 10-4 win against Dos Pueblos. Both games were played at El Toro High. Mimi Bury scored a team-best four goals for Newport Harbor (20-3) against Santa Monica. Kally Lucas added three goals and two steals, and Leah Robertson chipped in with two goals, three assists and two steals -- also making two saves in goal.
SPORTS
December 22, 2007
Faced with the task of defending Santa Margarita High’s 6-foot-6 star, Klay Thompson, Corona del Mar Coach Ryan Schachter stayed honest. “We don’t know yet who we’re going to put on Klay,” Schachter said with a smile after his boys’ basketball team recently beat Esperanza. “He can do everything.” The Sea Kings (7-3) will try to limit what the Washington State-bound senior does in a showdown tonight against Santa Margarita (10-1)
SPORTS
October 13, 2007
LAKE FOREST — One hundred and sixty of the top AAU basketball players in Southern California will play in the 10th annual Roundball Extravaganza today at El Toro High. It’s a chance to preview some of the top players in Southern California in an eight-game event, consisting of four boys games and four girls games. The day will start with the freshman girls’ game at 9 a.m. and end with the senior boys’ game at 7:30 p.m. Local players that will be playing in the event are freshman Clayton Ragsdale, junior Steven Gallian and senior Adam Brakeville from Corona del Mar High.
NEWS
December 13, 2002
Barry Faulkner After failing to acquire its most coveted objective -- a victory -- Thursday against visiting El Toro High, the Newport Harbor girls soccer team had to settle for a three-day break from practice. "They're frustrated," Sailors Coach Jason Sorrell said of the Sailors, who dominated most of the game, but came up short, 3-2, falling to 0-4-1. "Hopefully, they'll take a good three days, clear their minds and come back ready to go on Monday."
SPORTS
By Matt Szabo | October 13, 2007
LAKE FOREST — El Toro High boys’ water polo coach Don Stoll was already starting to let up as the first half wound down. His team, the No. 2-ranked squad in the CIF Southern Section Division I coaches’ poll, was having its way with No. 6-ranked Corona del Mar on Friday at the Chargers’ pool. Time to stop being so aggressive, even if it wasn’t even halftime. “We don’t need more goals,” Stoll yelled to his team. “We need defense.
NEWS
July 21, 2001
The Harbor View Swim Team, which features Corona del Mar High swimmers, dominated the South Coast Swim Conference Relay finals at El Toro High School, winning with 662 points, 186 more than second-place Lake Forest II, Saturday. Also, for the second time in 25 years, Newport Beach-based HVST won seven of 12 age groups: 5-6 boys, 7-8 girls, 9-10 girls, 11-12 girls, 11-12 boys and 15-18 girls, which included Christina Hewko, Daniela DiGiacomo, Brittany Bowlus, Vivian Liao and Alexa Miller.
NEWS
August 21, 2004
Corona del Mar High baseball coach John Emme, who guided the Sea Kings to a 25-5 record and the CIF Southern Section Division IV championship last spring, has been named Division II Coach of the Year in Region 8 by the American Baseball Coaches Association. Emme, who also guided CdM to the CIF Division IV crown in 1999, helped the 2004 Sea Kings rebound from a 2-4 start to win their final 17 games, including a 15-0 campaign in the Pacific Coast League.
SPORTS
By Matt Szabo | October 29, 2006
NEWPORT BEACH ? Playing against familiar foe El Toro High provided some motivation. Playing for the late Gray Lunde, a former Newport Harbor player, provided some more. And, exacting revenge also felt good for the Newport Harbor frosh-soph boys' water polo team, which won the Gray Lunde Invitational on Saturday with a 4-3 victory over El Toro at Newport Harbor. Zach Lucas, Dane Sequiera, Kristopher Craib and Matt Russell all scored goals for Newport Harbor (20-3), which avenged a 7-6 loss to El Toro in last year's championship game.
NEWS
August 7, 2001
Steve Virgen LAKE FOREST - Lindsey Daley practically grew up in the swimming pool. Since age 4, the recent Corona del Mar High graduate and girls water polo standout, has been taking her strokes for the South Coast Swim Conference's Harbor View Swim Team. For the past three years she has been coaching the younger age groups and teaching what had been taught to her. You get faster by going faster. Smooth swimmers are smart swimmers and smart swimmers are fast swimmers.
SPORTS
January 5, 2008
SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO — Junior Tierney Danner scored 24 points, blocked seven shots and grabbed six rebounds to lead the Sage Hill School girls’ basketball team to a 52-27 victory in an Academy League opener Friday night. Danner shot 10 of 13 from the field. Junior Stephanie Garrison added 10 points and seven rebounds, while Katie McKeon distributed a season-high 10 assists for Sage Hill (9-5, 1-0 in league). Junior Morgan Hembarsky scored eight points and had five assists for the Lightning, who have won or shared the Academy League title the past three years.
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By Barry Faulkner, barry.faulkner@latimes.com | March 17, 2011
COSTA MESA — When Orange Coast College lost three out of four Orange Empire Conference games after opening the baseball season 15-1, there was little panic in the Pirates' dugout. Part of the justification for such calm was the presence of 6-foot-8 right-hander Chad Thompson, who was just starting to round back into shape after a long recovery from Tommy John surgery on May 1, 2009. Thompson, who signed with Arizona State as a senior at El Toro High, was expected to be a high draft pick that June.
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By David Carrillo Peñaloza | September 1, 2009
J.R. Tolver’s sports agent is working for him again. Instead of negotiating an NFL contract for the wide receiver, Ryan Tollner deals with a high school quarterback on the side. Tolver moves to the next task. Time is running out. Standing nearby are former teammates from San Diego State and his younger brother to lend a hand. Whenever Tolver is on a football field, he feels at home. He’s with his old team and a new one at Sage Hill School. Tolver is in his first year as the head coach at Sage Hill, unfamiliar territory.
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By Barry Faulkner | February 16, 2008
LAKE FOREST — Just as she had done on the game-clinching play in the final seconds of Friday’s CIF Southern Section Division I girls’ water polo quarterfinal at El Toro High, Newport Harbor senior Kate Klippert failed to hesitate when asked to reveal the secret of her steal that thwarted the Chargers’ final possession in the Sailors’ 7-6 victory: “Actually, it was kind of just out of cheating,” Klippert said....
SPORTS
January 5, 2008
SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO — Junior Tierney Danner scored 24 points, blocked seven shots and grabbed six rebounds to lead the Sage Hill School girls’ basketball team to a 52-27 victory in an Academy League opener Friday night. Danner shot 10 of 13 from the field. Junior Stephanie Garrison added 10 points and seven rebounds, while Katie McKeon distributed a season-high 10 assists for Sage Hill (9-5, 1-0 in league). Junior Morgan Hembarsky scored eight points and had five assists for the Lightning, who have won or shared the Academy League title the past three years.
SPORTS
December 22, 2007
Faced with the task of defending Santa Margarita High’s 6-foot-6 star, Klay Thompson, Corona del Mar Coach Ryan Schachter stayed honest. “We don’t know yet who we’re going to put on Klay,” Schachter said with a smile after his boys’ basketball team recently beat Esperanza. “He can do everything.” The Sea Kings (7-3) will try to limit what the Washington State-bound senior does in a showdown tonight against Santa Margarita (10-1)
SPORTS
October 13, 2007
LAKE FOREST — One hundred and sixty of the top AAU basketball players in Southern California will play in the 10th annual Roundball Extravaganza today at El Toro High. It’s a chance to preview some of the top players in Southern California in an eight-game event, consisting of four boys games and four girls games. The day will start with the freshman girls’ game at 9 a.m. and end with the senior boys’ game at 7:30 p.m. Local players that will be playing in the event are freshman Clayton Ragsdale, junior Steven Gallian and senior Adam Brakeville from Corona del Mar High.
SPORTS
By Matt Szabo | October 13, 2007
LAKE FOREST — El Toro High boys’ water polo coach Don Stoll was already starting to let up as the first half wound down. His team, the No. 2-ranked squad in the CIF Southern Section Division I coaches’ poll, was having its way with No. 6-ranked Corona del Mar on Friday at the Chargers’ pool. Time to stop being so aggressive, even if it wasn’t even halftime. “We don’t need more goals,” Stoll yelled to his team. “We need defense.
SPORTS
April 24, 2007
Six Newport-Mesa area basketball players and Costa Mesa High girls' coach Jim Weeks have been chosen to participate in the Kiwanis/PlyoCity High School All-Star festivities, scheduled Saturday at El Toro High. Costa Mesa senior forward Jennifer Courtney, who shared Newport-Mesa Player of the Year honors, will represent the South in the girls' big schools game at 6:30 p.m. She will be coached by Weeks. Costa Mesa High senior Larry Puente will represent the South in the boys' big schools game at 8 p.m. The Dream Team honoree is the lone boys' participant from Newport-Mesa schools.
SPORTS
By Matt Szabo | October 29, 2006
NEWPORT BEACH ? Playing against familiar foe El Toro High provided some motivation. Playing for the late Gray Lunde, a former Newport Harbor player, provided some more. And, exacting revenge also felt good for the Newport Harbor frosh-soph boys' water polo team, which won the Gray Lunde Invitational on Saturday with a 4-3 victory over El Toro at Newport Harbor. Zach Lucas, Dane Sequiera, Kristopher Craib and Matt Russell all scored goals for Newport Harbor (20-3), which avenged a 7-6 loss to El Toro in last year's championship game.
SPORTS
February 3, 2006
LAKE FOREST -- Newport Harbor High's girls' water polo team had a pair of relatively easy victories on Thursday at the Irvine Southern California Tournament. The Sailors -- seeded No. 1 in their pool -- opened the day with a 16-3 victory over Santa Monica, and followed it up with a 10-4 win against Dos Pueblos. Both games were played at El Toro High. Mimi Bury scored a team-best four goals for Newport Harbor (20-3) against Santa Monica. Kally Lucas added three goals and two steals, and Leah Robertson chipped in with two goals, three assists and two steals -- also making two saves in goal.
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