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September 7, 2011
Newport Harbor (0-0) vs. Trabuco Hills (1-0) When/where: Tonight, 7 at Trabuco Hills High Key Sailors: Sr. DE-TE Steve Michaelsen; Sr. OLB-RB Ethan Cochran; Sr. RB-S Titus Hasson Key Mustangs: Sr. QB Jonathan Newsom (154 yards and two TDs on 14-of-22 passing); Sr. RB Mitchell Simonsen (46 yards rushing, 80-yard kickoff return for TD); Sr. DE-TE Devon Spaulding Breakdown: Newport Harbor kicks off the season against Trabuco Hills for the second straight season with a question mark at running back … The Sailors lost their standout running back Buzzy Yokoyama, who transferred to Mission Viejo for his senior year … Coach Jeff Brinkley plans to use three senior tailbacks, Ethan Cochran, Titus Hasson and AJ Swies … Trabuco Hills beat Capistrano Valley, 28-21, in its season opener last week … Trabuco Hills, out of the South Coast League, dropped its final four games last season and missed the playoffs for the first time since 2004 … The Mustangs return 17 starters, while the Sailors bring back only a handful of starters … Newport Harbor and Trabuco Hills meet for the fourth time, with the Sailors leading the series at 2-1. - David Carrillo Peñaloza
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By Steve Virgen | June 23, 2011
Buzzy Yokoyama, the Newport Harbor High football team’s top running back, is transferring to Mission Viejo for his senior year, Sailors Coach Jeff Brinkley said Thursday. Yokoyama, a first-team All-Sunset League selection, told Brinkley Wednesday that he will transfer. Brinkley did not want to comment further and referred questions to the Yokoyama family. Jeff Yokoyama, Buzzy's father, declined to comment when reached by phone Thursday. Yokoyama's family is moving to Mission Viejo, Newport Harbor linebacker Ethan Cochran said.
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March 10, 2012
BOYS' TRACK & FIELD Irvine Invitational IRVINE - Newport Harbor senior Ethan Cochran, bound for Cal, won the discus event with a personal record 203 feet, 9 inches and was named Field Athlete of the Meet Saturday at Irvine High. Marty Taylor finished second in the shot put (52, 9 1/2) for the Sailors, whileJavier Venegas was third in the discus (162-3). Fritz Howser was fourth in the pole vault (14-0) and Titus Hasson was seventh in the 100 meters (11.51)
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By David Carrillo Peñaloza, david.carrillo@latimes.com | August 17, 2011
Buzzy Yokoyama still has a picture on his Twitter profile of him in a Newport Harbor High football uniform. He has his back turned to the camera after scoring a touchdown last season. That will not happen again with the Sailors. The standout running back is officially gone from Newport Harbor. The CIF Southern Section approved Yokoyama's transfer to Mission Viejo High, making him athletically eligible to compete in his senior year after a valid change of residence, said Thom Simmons, a section spokesperson.
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By David Carrillo Peñaloza | March 15, 2012
Ethan Cochran still cannot say when he suffered his first concussion in his senior year at Newport Harbor High. He just doesn't remember. The second concussion, he knows when it happened. That is because he knows what it ended, his high school football career. "I caught an interception and I was running, and then I got tackled and my head slammed against the ground," said Cochran, a linebacker. "At that time, I thought I'd be out for like the next week and come back for the [Sunset League]
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September 26, 2011
(High school football plays of 30 yards or more) 95 – Cole Cottrell (Corona del Mar) kickoff return for touchdown 75 – Mario Smith (Costa Mesa) kickoff return 69 – Kory Cablay (Newport Harbor) punt return 61 – Sho Watanabe (Estancia) touchdown pass from Brad Wilson 59 – Robert Murtha (Estancia) touchdown run 43 – Mario Smith (Costa Mesa) kickoff return 42 – Jake Comer (Costa Mesa) pass from Nathan Alvis 41 – Titus Hasson (Newport Harbor)
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By David Carrillo Peñaloza, david.carrillo@latimes.com | September 1, 2011
NEWPORT BEACH — Newport Harbor High has a week to work out the kinks before it opens the football season at Trabuco Hills on Sept. 8. The Sailors saw live action against someone other than themselves for the first time. They held a scrimmage against JSerra Thursday night at Davidson Field. The Sailors, out of the Sunset League, and the Lions from the Trinity League played physical ball. For each quarterback's sake, they wore red vests over their jerseys, protecting them from any contact.
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March 17, 2011
GIRLS' LACROSSE Newport Harbor 11, Trabuco Hills 10 NEWPORT BEACH — Sailors senior Sierra Michaelsen scored the game-winning goal with 40 seconds left in the nonleague game Thursday. Sophomore Kirsten Rohan notched her first assist of the season, when she fed Michaelsen, who had two goals and one assist. Senior Chelsie Delameter had three goals and two assists and Amanda Olevsky had two goals and one assist, while Delaney McCardle and Stephanie Storch scored two goals each for Newport Harbor (4-2)
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By Steve Virgen | May 18, 2012
Ethan Cochran, Steve Michaelsen and Marty Taylor took turns heaving a rubber shot at a handball wall at Newport Harbor High Wednesday afternoon. They were training for Saturday's CIF Southern Section Track & Field Championships. All around them sounds and actions unfolded like that of a typical high school. Off to the side, football players banged at a rubber tire with a huge mallet. A few girls walked by giggling at the site. Off to the distance, a girl's voice sang, "Paparazzi," by Lady Gaga.
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By Steve Virgen | May 18, 2012
Ethan Cochran, Steve Michaelsen and Marty Taylor took turns heaving a rubber shot at a handball wall at Newport Harbor High Wednesday afternoon. They were training for Saturday's CIF Southern Section Track & Field Championships. All around them sounds and actions unfolded like that of a typical high school. Off to the side, football players banged at a rubber tire with a huge mallet. A few girls walked by giggling at the site. Off to the distance, a girl's voice sang, "Paparazzi," by Lady Gaga.
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April 7, 2012
ARCADIA - On a big stage, Ethan Cochran shined with the spotlight on him. The Newport Harbor High senior had a huge day, winning the discus and shot put events at the Arcadia Invitational Saturday. He improved on his nation-leading mark in the discus with a throw of 209 feet, 8 inches. "I was really excited," Cochran said by phone. "All of my training has been focused for the Arcadia point. I was pretty much expecting it. I also PR'd on Thursday in a dual meet. But, today was perfect.
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By David Carrillo Peñaloza | March 15, 2012
Ethan Cochran still cannot say when he suffered his first concussion in his senior year at Newport Harbor High. He just doesn't remember. The second concussion, he knows when it happened. That is because he knows what it ended, his high school football career. "I caught an interception and I was running, and then I got tackled and my head slammed against the ground," said Cochran, a linebacker. "At that time, I thought I'd be out for like the next week and come back for the [Sunset League]
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By David Carrillo Peñaloza | March 14, 2012
CORONA DEL MAR - The Battle of the Bay high school rivalry between Corona del Mar and Newport Harbor in track and field is unique. "It's not like the other sports," CdM Coach Bill Sumner said. "The other sports are a little tougher. " The Back Bay schools tend to go all out against each other no matter the athletic event, just not in track and field. Sumner remembers when it used to be that intense 10 years ago. "In the old days, what happened is doggone it alumni show up and they're all hanging on the fence here, going, 'What's going on today?
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December 21, 2011
Newport Harbor High senior safety Titus Hasson earned the Sunset League Defensive Back of the Year award and senior teammate Steve Michaelsen shared the Defensive Lineman of the Year award after the two standouts for the second straight year led the Sailors to a third-place finish in league and the CIF Southern Section Pac-5 Division playoffs. Joining Hasson and Michaelsen on the first team are five Sailors (5-6, 3-2 in league), senior outside linebacker Ethan Cochran, senior wide receiver Landon Gyulay, senior quarterback Cole Blower, senior cornerback Kory Cablay and senior defensive lineman Stone Manoa.
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October 31, 2011
(High school football plays of 30 yards or more) 73 – Titus Hasson (Newport Harbor) touchdown run 72 – Josh Giger (Corona del Mar) touchdown pass from Brent Lawson 69 – Mario Smith (Costa Mesa) touchdown run 65 – Robert Murtha (Estancia) run 60 – Jordan Walden (Costa Mesa) touchdown pass from Nathan Alvis 60 – Henry Vasquez (Estancia) touchdown pass from Levi Stillman 56 – Mario Smith (Costa Mesa) touchdown run 52 – Mario Smith (Costa Mesa)
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September 7, 2011
Newport Harbor (0-0) vs. Trabuco Hills (1-0) When/where: Tonight, 7 at Trabuco Hills High Key Sailors: Sr. DE-TE Steve Michaelsen; Sr. OLB-RB Ethan Cochran; Sr. RB-S Titus Hasson Key Mustangs: Sr. QB Jonathan Newsom (154 yards and two TDs on 14-of-22 passing); Sr. RB Mitchell Simonsen (46 yards rushing, 80-yard kickoff return for TD); Sr. DE-TE Devon Spaulding Breakdown: Newport Harbor kicks off the season against Trabuco Hills for the second straight season with a question mark at running back … The Sailors lost their standout running back Buzzy Yokoyama, who transferred to Mission Viejo for his senior year … Coach Jeff Brinkley plans to use three senior tailbacks, Ethan Cochran, Titus Hasson and AJ Swies … Trabuco Hills beat Capistrano Valley, 28-21, in its season opener last week … Trabuco Hills, out of the South Coast League, dropped its final four games last season and missed the playoffs for the first time since 2004 … The Mustangs return 17 starters, while the Sailors bring back only a handful of starters … Newport Harbor and Trabuco Hills meet for the fourth time, with the Sailors leading the series at 2-1. - David Carrillo Peñaloza
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By David Carrillo Peñaloza, david.carrillo@latimes.com | September 1, 2011
NEWPORT BEACH — Newport Harbor High has a week to work out the kinks before it opens the football season at Trabuco Hills on Sept. 8. The Sailors saw live action against someone other than themselves for the first time. They held a scrimmage against JSerra Thursday night at Davidson Field. The Sailors, out of the Sunset League, and the Lions from the Trinity League played physical ball. For each quarterback's sake, they wore red vests over their jerseys, protecting them from any contact.
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