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January 17, 2014
BOYS' BASKETBALL Corona del Mar 67, University 62 IRVINE - Junior guard Bo St. Geme finished with 19 points as the Sea Kings improved to 3-0 in Pacific Coast League play on Friday. Ryan Stone, Blake Flamson and Jeff Johnston had 10 points apiece for CdM, which is 13-4 overall and ranked No. 4 in the CIF Southern Section Division 3AA poll. The Sea Kings play at Newport Harbor in the Battle of the Bay rivalry game on Saturday at 7 p.m. - Newport Harbor 67, Fountain Valley 45 Senior guard Nic Sargeant finished with a triple-double, 16 points, 12 rebounds and 10 assists in the Sailors' Sunset League game at home on Friday.
January 15, 2014
BOYS' SOCCER Estancia 1, Costa Mesa 0 Andy Ceja converted a free kick from about 18 yards out in the 62nd minute to propel the visiting Eagles in the Orange Coast League opener on Wednesday at Jim Scott Stadium. Enrique Raya had five saves to preserve the seventh shutout of the season for the Eagles (8-3-2, 1-0 in league), ranked No. 9 in CIF Southern Section Division 5. Costa Mesa is 0-7-2, 0-1. Estancia visits Laguna Beach on Friday at 6:30 p.m. GIRLS' WATER POLO Newport Harbor 17, Fountain Valley 2 The Sailors used three different goalies in Wednesday's Sunset League game at Newport Harbor High.
December 24, 2013
The Orange County Water District Board of Directors has re-elected its officers for 2014, according to a statement. Shawn Dewane, Cathy Green and Roger Yoh will carry on their duties as president, first vice president and second vice president, respectively, for the new year. "In 2013 we celebrated important milestones, such as the district's 80th anniversary and the fifth anniversary of the Groundwater Water Replenishment System (GWRS)," Dewane, who is serving his second year as president, said in the statement.
By David Carrillo Peñaloza | December 18, 2013
Corona del Mar High's perfect run began one week after a scrimmage got out of control four months ago. The Sea Kings wound up on the other end of illegal shots, as well as shoves long after the whistle blew. Then their coach, Scott Meyer, blew up. "I kind of lost my cool a little bit there," Meyer said with a grin, remembering how the opposing coaches celebrated with their players on the field after every defensive play. "I don't know why. It was so early in the season. " The scrimmage against Fountain Valley turned out to be more of a circus to Meyer.
By Steve Virgen | November 11, 2013
Newport Harbor High Coach Jeff Brinkley was disappointed about how the Sailors ended the regular season. A loss with a chance at a share of the Sunset League title wasn't the way he wanted Newport Harbor to finish. But the Sailors have a chance for redemption in the CIF Southern Section Southwest Division playoffs. Newport Harbor (5-5) is one of five Newport-Mesa area teams in the playoffs, which begin Friday. "You obviously don't want to go out like that," said Brinkley, whose team opens at Dana Hills (5-5)
October 31, 2013
Newport Harbor (4-4, 2-1) vs. Marina (1-7, 0-3) When/where: Friday 7 p.m. at Huntington Beach High Key Sailors: Jr. QB Cole Norris; Sr. WR Quest Truxton; Sr. OT-DT Ramsey Hufford; Jr. LB Riley Gaddis. Key Vikings: Sr. QB Daylan Harmeyer; Jr WR Jacob Lopez; Sr. LB James Myers; Jr. WR Josh Gordon. Breakdown: The Sailors are ranked No. 7 in the CIF Southern Section Southwest Division and are tied for first in the Sunset League with Edison, Los Alamitos and Fountain Valley ... A win would give the Sailors their first two-game winning streak of the season ... Marina has lost six in a row and is on a 44-game league losing streak ... The Tars have won the last 12 meetings between the two, outscoring the Vikings by an average of 32-6 in that span ... Newport Harbor is 27-4-3 all-time against Marina and has blanked the Vikings nine times, five since 2001 ... The Tars have won their ninth game of the season the last 29 years ... Norris has thrown for 1,452 yards and 14 TDs with only four interceptions ... Truxton has 47 receptions for 735 yards and eight TDs ... Harmeyer, an Edison transfer, has thrown for 1,471 yards and 11 TDs with five interceptions ... Myers leads the Vikings with 94 tackles, averaging 13.4 per game in his seven games.
October 29, 2013
NEWPORT HARBOR •Newport Harbor High finds itself back atop the Sunset League. The Sailors closed out their final regular-season home game with a 42-25 victory against Fountain Valley last week, moving Newport Harbor into a four-way tie for first place in the Sunset League. With two games left, the Sailors share first place with defending league champion Edison, Fountain Valley and Los Alamitos. The four teams are 2-1 in league. Out of the four, Newport Harbor has the easiest schedule the rest of the way. The Sailors, who are 4-4 overall, face Marina on Friday at Huntington Beach High at 7 p.m. They play at Huntington Beach the following week.
By David Carrillo Peñaloza | October 25, 2013
Playing with a bruised kidney and lung, Cole Norris looked beat, but not defeated. The junior went into halftime with his team, Newport Harbor High, down by 10 points. The game plan in the first half didn't work much against Fountain Valley on Friday. Coach Jeff Brinkley told his staff during the break that the Sailors needed to come out and throw the ball. Norris turned it on in the final two quarters. His right arm proved to be more than enough for the Sailors to get back into contention for a Sunset League title.
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