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April 28, 2004
Bryce Alderton The Costa Mesa High softball team's quest for a second straight Golden West League title took a severe blow with news the squad will have to forfeit five games (four Golden West League and one tournament contest) for using an ineligible player, Costa Mesa Principal Fred Navarro said Tuesday night. The Mustangs would have entered today's clash at Ocean View with a 5-2 league mark following their 8-0 victory over Saddleback Friday, but instead find themselves 1-6. "I feel very badly for the young lady and for the girls.
NEWS
January 25, 2001
COSTA MESA - Estancia High Girls Athletic Director Nancy Ferda elected to forfeit Wednesday's scheduled girls water polo game at Corona del Mar after a handful of Eagle players threatened to boycott the contest. Ferda said Coach Michelle Spanley came to her Wednesday morning reporting about five players had informed her they were not going to play against the Sea Kings. "It didn't look like we were going to have enough players, so I made the decision to forfeit," said Ferda, who estimated there are 11 players on the varsity roster.
NEWS
January 17, 2001
Barry Faulkner A change of heart late Tuesday night by Northwood High boys basketball coach Tim O'Brien eliminated plans for Pacific Coast League principals to vote Monday on whether Corona del Mar would have to forfeit Friday's upset victory over the Timberwolves. O'Brien, after consulting with Northwood Athletic Director Rick Curtis, decided the school would not pursue the potential forfeit, originally requested Monday by Northwood Principal Tony Ferruzzo, citing a CIF Southern Section bylaw that forbids spectators from using noisemakers.
NEWS
January 12, 2001
IRVINE - The Estancia High wrestling team lost to host University, 61-9, Thursday night in Pacific Coast League action. The Eagles' lone wins came by Luis Pena, who won a 7-2 decision at the 130-pound class and Nathan Thaler, who won by forfeit at 215. PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE University 61, Estancia 9 103 - Womack (U) by forfeit; 112 - Simon (U) def. M. Valdez, 10-6; 119 - Sunwoo (U) by forfeit; 125 - Yoshino (U) def. Carmona, 9-8; 130 - Pena (Est)
NEWS
December 15, 2000
COSTA MESA - The Costa Mesa High wrestling opened its season with a 33-30 win over visiting Newport Harbor Thursday night in nonleague action. Jonathan Enloe (119), Benedick David (145) and Julio Ramirez (171) each won by pinfall for the Mustangs. The Sailors (3-9) were led by pins from Bruce Lim (130) and Phil Gerard (heavyweight). Coach: Matt KelloggNONLEAGUE Costa Mesa 33, Newport Harbor 30 103 - double forfeit; 112 - double forfeit; 119 - Enloe (CM)
NEWS
January 12, 2001
IRVINE - The Newport Harbor High wrestling team was defeated by Irvine, 76-4, in Sea View League action Thursday night. The lone win for the Sailors (3-14) came from Bruce Lim, who won a major decision, 17-6, in the 119-pound class. The Sailors will host Laguna Hills Tuesday night at 6. SEA VIEW LEAGUEIrvine 76, Newport Harbor 4 103 - Nguyen (I) pinned K. Lim, 1:25; 112 - Matin (I) by forfeit; 119 - B. Lim (NH) def. Shevitz, 17-6; 125 - Nguyen (I)
NEWS
January 10, 2002
COSTA MESA - The Costa Mesa High wrestling team opened the Pacific Coast League dual season with a 47-18 victory over crosstown rival Estancia on the Mustangs' mats. Costa Mesa's Devant Xoai (125-pounds) and Matt Grubisich (135) scored victories with pins, while Estancia's Victor Carmona earned a major decision win. The Mustangs (2-0, 1-0 in the PCL) will compete at the Workman Tournament Saturday. PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE Costa Mesa 47, Estancia 18 103 - Alvarez (CM)
NEWS
December 7, 2001
NONLEAGUE Costa Mesa 56, Newport Harbor 20 103 - Lim (NH) def. Alvarez, technical fall, 16-0; 112 - Vogler (NH) def. Ibarra, 9-8; 119 - Rolsheim (NH) by forfeit; 125 - Estrada (CM) def. Geier, technical fall, 17-2; 130 - Xoai (CM) pinned Codey, 4:44; 135 - Grubisich (CM) pinned Bearden, 1:32; 140 - Donovan (CM) pinned Lauders, 1:00; 145 - Amburgey (CM) pinned Landa, 1:18; 152 - David (CM) def. Marshall, 11-4; 160 - Franco (CM) pinned Rebard, 0:47; 171 - Tracy (CM)
NEWS
January 17, 2001
COSTA MESA - The Estancia High wrestling team won its cross-town rivalry in a pin-frenzy over visiting Costa Mesa, 48-27, Tuesday. The Eagles grabbed five pins to earn the victory as falls came by Peter Deip (119 pounds), Jeremy Valdes (135), Felipe Tapia (145), Taylor Hankins (152), and Devon Bowling (Heavyweight). In one of the most exciting matches of the night, Mesa's Matt Grubisich (130) converted an escape with five seconds remaining to earn a, 7-6, victory.
NEWS
January 11, 2002
CORONA DEL MAR - The Corona del Mar High wrestling team will have to wait for the Pacific Coast League finals for any revenge after losing, 46-32, to visiting University, in a PCL opener Thursday. CdM seniors Ben Wynkoop (145) and Steve Shipman (215) pinned their respective opponents to earn six points each, while juniors Jeremy Warner (119) and Chris Bello (135) posted major decision victories. The Sea Kings dropped to 9-5 overall. PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE University 46, Corona del Mar 32 103 - Bynder (U)
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SPORTS
November 5, 2013
The Newport Harbor High field hockey team took third place in the Los Angeles Field Hockey Assn. Tournament of Champions after winning by forfeit against Westminster Saturday. Westminster showed up two hours late to the scheduled third-place game at Moorpark College and Newport Harbor won by forfeit because the teams could not play due to the championship game's start time, Newport Harbor Coach Amanda Boyer said. "It was very disappointing, but the girls earned their spot to be there after the hard-fought semifinal game," Boyer said in an email.
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SPORTS
By Matt Szabo | March 28, 2013
COSTA MESA - The suspense has not been there this year in the Battle for the Bell boys' tennis matches. The Estancia High program is up, while Costa Mesa is down. But, for the Eagles, Thursday's 17-1 Orange Coast League victory at Costa Mesa High provided good practice for a big match down the road. Estancia (12-4, 4-1 in league) plays at first-place Laguna Beach on April 9. The Breakers, who have won the last five league titles, won the teams' first meeting, 11-7. Estancia Coach Carlos Beltran said Laguna's top player, senior Teague Hamilton, missed that match with a wrist injury.
SPORTS
February 6, 2013
Estancia's girls' soccer win, combined with Godinez forfeits, gives Eagles sole grasp of first. SANTA ANA - The Estancia High girls' soccer team posted a 1-0 Orange Coast League victory over Calvary Chapel on Wednesday at Centennial Park. The win, combined with former league leader Godinez having to forfeit its wins for the use of an ineligible player, gives the Eagles the outright league title. The Eagles (8-2-12, 4-0-6 in league) received a goal from junior Jackie Hubbard to complete their league season unbeaten.
SPORTS
October 9, 2010
The Vanguard University men's soccer team, ranked No. 5 in the NAIA, will forfeit its first six games of the 2010 season. The Lions absorb six losses instead, bringing its new overall record to 4-7. They were 8-1-1. The forfeits came as a result of an ejection during the last game of the 2009 season and soccer rule 12.12.1. The sport-specific rule states that any game in which a suspended player or coach participates in illegally shall be forfeited to the opposing team.
LOCAL
By Steve Virgen | October 14, 2009
The Newport Harbor High boys’ water polo team forfeited its title as champion of the S&R Sport Cup because it competed with two ineligible players in the semifinals, Sailors Athletic Director Mike Zimmerman said. Zimmerman called the rule violation an honest mistake and added that Coach Jason Lynch brought it to the attention of the CIF Southern Section office. Senior Jack Yeager and freshman Jon Walters were ejected for misconduct in the Sailors’ 13-3 quarterfinal win over Long Beach Wilson Friday.
SPORTS
By Soraya Nadia McDonaldDaily Pilot | May 4, 2008
HUNTINGTON BEACH — For the second straight year, Misty May-Treanor and Kerri Walsh walked away from the Assn. of Volleyball Professionals’ Cuervo Gold Crown series final empty-handed. May-Treanor and Walsh, who have won all three AVP tournaments since the season started last month, forfeited Sunday’s final in the Cuervo Gold Crown series because Walsh aggravated an injury in her right shoulder. Walsh had surgery in November 2007 to repair her rotator cuff and remove bone chips, bone spurs, and scar tissue which had accumulated.
SPORTS
March 15, 2008
The Costa Mesa High and Estancia softball teams will take wins via forfeits for their scheduled Orange Coast League games against Laguna Beach, Estancia Coach Judd Fryslie said. Laguna Beach does not have a varsity softball team this year. Costa Mesa and Estancia were hoping to use the scheduled dates with the Breakers to play another game against the three remaining league teams, also including Calvary Chapel. However, Fryslie said, the CIF Southern Section ruled last week that the remaining teams would have to take the forfeits or the league wouldn’t be considered a four-team league.
FEATURES
By Michael Miller | June 28, 2007
St. James Church, which broke ties with the Episcopal diocese three years ago, must forfeit its property in Newport Beach, according to an appellate court ruling Tuesday that reversed a 2005 decision. A three-judge panel in Orange County Superior Court ruled the Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles, which sued in 2004 after three churches dropped "Episcopal" from their names, had the right to take over the churches' property after the split. The churches had dissociated themselves from the larger denomination because of what they perceived as its liberal attitudes toward homosexuality, the divinity of Jesus and the supremacy of the Bible.
NEWS
By Alicia Robinson | January 10, 2007
Newport Beach city officials are no longer pursuing a tennis club property on East Coast Highway as a city hall site because of resistance from the property's owners and an unwillingness to use eminent domain. The City Council last fall had requested an appraisal of the property that's home to the Balboa Bay Club Racquet Club. The final results aren't in, but after a closed-session discussion Tuesday, Mayor Steve Rosansky announced the council's interest in the property has fizzled.
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