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By Steve Virgen | September 3, 2009
It would have been easy for Sage Hill School’s first-year coach J.R. Tolver to say that he entered determined to change the mentality of the football team. The Lightning, after all, suffered through a 2-8 season and there seemed to be a fear that losing had become habit. That could have been seen in Sage Hill’s opener last year, which it lost, 41-6, to Fairmont Prep. The Lightning open again against Fairmont Prep, this time at Sage Hill tonight at 7 p.m. Tolver doesn’t see a losing mentality at Sage Hill.
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By Laura Boss, Director -District Communications | November 10, 2008
Harbor View Elementary School PFO will host their largest fundraiser of the year themed "Welcome to Wonderland."  You can see details about it at www.HarborViewElementary.com.  It is on Friday, November 14th at the The Fairmont in Newport Beach.  They are still accepting silent and live auction items.  Tickets to attend the event are $125 each and the public us invited.  Potential attendees can view the auction items at www.HarborViewElementary.com.  Tickets can be purchased and the donation forms can be found on the site as well.
FEATURES
September 6, 2008
FIRST QUARTER FP – Wagner 3 run (Suh kick), 5:24. SECOND QUARTER FP – Johnson 43 run (Suh kick), 10:07. FP – Johnson 35 pass from Wagner (Suh kick), 6:49. THIRD QUARTER FP – Johnson 2 run (Suh kick), 10:15. SH – Jackson 11 run (kick blocked), 4:00. FP – Johnson 53 pass from Wagner (Suh kick), 1:17. FOURTH QUARTER FP – Wagner 2 run (kick failed), 9:30.   INDIVIDUAL RUSHING SH – Ross 11-47; Jackson 7-13; Gyulay 3-6; Ellison 2-2; Mycorn 3-minus 10. FP – Johnson 14-96, 2 TDs; Emerson 4-29; Dang 7-26; Shim 2-16; Wagner 5-7, 2 TDs; Jocson 7-7. INDIVIDUAL PASSING SH – Mycorn, 3-10-1, 34; Gyulay; 0-2-2, 0. FP – Wagner, 7-10-0, 140, 2 TDs. INDIVIDUAL RECEIVING SH – Jackson 2-18; Gaughan 1-16.
FEATURES
By David Carrillo Peñaloza | September 6, 2008
CERRITOS — A new football coach. Same opponent. But a different result this time for Sage Hill School. The Lightning faced the same opponent it opened last season with and they couldn’t give their newbie coach the same outcome as last year’s first-year coach. Sage Hill came to Fairmont Prep’s turf ready for its ultimate weapon Saturday night. Coach Derek McIntyre read all about Richard Johnson. He just didn’t figure Johnson would excel at everything.
FEATURES
September 4, 2008
When: Saturday, 7 p.m. Where: Valley Christian High of Cerritos Key Lightning: Junior wide receiver/cornerback Andy Multari; senior tight end/defensive end Craig Jackson; sophomore quarterback Randall Mycorn. Key Huskies: Senior wide receiver/strong safety Richard Johnson; senior middle linebacker/guard Bo Jocson; freshman running back/cornerback David Jocson. Breakdown: The Lightning are without starting running back Jelani Reynolds. Sage Hill first-year coach Derek McIntyre said Reynolds sprained his medial collateral ligament in his right knee and the 5-foot-10, 185-pound senior is expected to miss at least two weeks … Sophomore Taylor Ross starts at running back as Sage Hill plans to go with a three-receiver set … McIntyre said Mycorn and sophomore Colton Gyulay will split time at quarterback after Newport-Mesa Dream Team Player of the Year Jamie McGee threw for a school record 3,362 yards and 39 touchdowns as a senior in 2007 … Fairmont Prep has a 6-3 standout receiver in Johnson … Sage Hill beat the Huskies, 30-26, in last season’s opener.
LOCAL
March 8, 2008
Newport Beach police have identified the body of a woman found Thursday in a hotel room as Monique Felicia Trepp, a 33-year-old resident of Huntington Beach. Trepp’s body was discovered packed in dry ice in a container in a room at the Fairmont Newport Beach after police arrested the room’s occupant, Stephen David Royds, on suspicion of selling drugs. The Orange County Coroner’s Office has said the death does not appear to be a homicide and has not determined the cause or time of death.
SPORTS
By Matt Szabo | January 3, 2008
NEWPORT COAST — Nearly every time the ball came off the rim at either end of the court, a Sage Hill School player was in position to grab the rebound. More often than not, that player seemed to be Lightning sophomore Hannah Jeffrey. The 5-foot-11 forward tallied a career-high 19 rebounds, helping Sage Hill cruise to a 66-45 nonleague victory over Fairmont Prep on Wednesday at Sage Hill. Jeffrey came off the bench midway through the first quarter and already had 10 rebounds at halftime.
SPORTS
December 15, 2007
BOYS’ BASKETBALL Sage Hill 76, Mountain View Christian 60 ANAHEIM — Senior Jamie McGee scored 16 points to lead the Lightning in their final pool-play game of the Fairmont Prep Tournament Friday. Senior Zack Melvin added 11 points and senior Nick Witte scored nine for Sage Hill (4-5). Lightning seniors Travis Duncan and Connor Rose scored eight points each. Sage Hill continues play in the Fairmont Prep Tournament today.   Fairmont Prep Tournament Pool play Sage Hill 76, Mountain View Christian 60 SCORE BY QUARTERS SH – McGee 16, Melvin 11, Witte 9, Duncan 8, Rose 8, Astorino 7, Hurst 7, Oklejas 5, Apramian 3, Rabosky 2. 3-pt.
SPORTS
By Steve Virgen | September 3, 2007
Amid the anxious, yet cheerful atmosphere that comes with a season-opening high school football game, two freshmen were eaglery wanting to give their new coach a victory in his debut. Sage Hill School’s T.J. Danner and Taylor Ross also did their best to ignore the fact they were donning varsity uniforms for the first time and instead acted as if they had been there before. They both contributed to the Lightning’s thrilling 30-26 season-opening victory over visiting Fairmont Prep on Friday night.
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