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September 7, 2011
Costa Mesa (0-1) vs. Santiago (0-0) When/Where: Tonight, 7 at Garden Grove High Key Mustangs: Sr. RB-CB Mario Smith (136 yards rushing, one TD); Sr. QB-S Nathan Alvis (131 yards passing, one TD, one INT); Sr. CB Marcus Hayes (one INT). Key Cavaliers: Soph. QB Richard Sagastume; Sr. RB Andrew Huk; Sr. LB Fausto Tajimaroa. Breakdown: After a competitive effort in last week's 34-13 loss at Buena Park, Costa Mesa looks for its first victory in the nonleague game against Santiago … Santiago, ranked No. 8 in the CIF Southern Section Southern Division, finished 4-6 last year, and in fifth place in the six-team Garden Grove League … Like Costa Mesa, the Cavaliers have a first-year head coach in Brandon Croft … Costa Mesa lost last year's nonleague game to Santiago, 26-21, despite nearly rallying from a 19-point deficit … The Mustangs also lost to Santiago in the first round of the Southern Division playoffs in both 2008 and 2009.
SPORTS
December 26, 2008
BOYS’ BASKETBALL Sage Hill 48, Pioneer 44 LONG BEACH — Troy Astorino led the Lightning with a game-high 22 points in a pool-play game of the St. Anthony Holiday Classic Friday night. Mark Loper added 12 points for Sage Hill (6-6). The Lightning resume pool play against Pacifica today at 6 p.m.   St. Anthony Holiday Classic Pool play Sage Hill 48, Pioneer 44 SCORE BY QUARTERS P – Crosby 18, Saldana 15, Chale 5, Jimenez 3, Orozco 2, Robles 1. 3-pt.
NEWS
November 12, 2001
Barry Faulkner CERRITOS - Though the Costa Mesa High football team will open the CIF Southern Section Division IX playoffs on the road against Garden Grove League champion Los Amigos, Friday's first-round game may not involve much of a commute. "We might end up playing at Orange Coast (College)," Perkins said Sunday night, after learning that Los Amigos was encountering problems securing Garden Grove High's stadium and was not particularly eager to host the game at Bolsa Grande High.
NEWS
September 25, 1999
Tony Altobelli GARDEN GROVE - Garden Grove High, kept the ball out of Estancia's Marshall Hendricks' hands on kickoffs, punts and any other way humanly possible. Too bad they couldn't break up the Eagles' handoffs. The senior running back rushed for 195 yards on a season-high 25 carries and one touchdown to lead the Eagles to their third-straight win, 21-18 over the Argonauts. "What a great win tonight was for us," Coach Dave Perkins said. "We did what we had to do to be successful and that was minimize our mistakes and capitalize on their mistakes."
NEWS
November 17, 2001
Richard Dunn GARDEN GROVE - Even with a new twist on offense, Costa Mesa High's football team had no answer on defense for Los Amigos sophomore running back Anthony Matagi in the first round of the CIF Southern Section Division IX playoffs Friday night at Garden Grove High. The host Lobos, behind the bulldozing running of Matagi, defeated Costa Mesa, 38-27, in a game that wasn't as close as the score indicates. Matagi rushed for 335 yards and three touchdowns on 24 carries to lead the Garden Grove League champion Lobos (9-2)
NEWS
September 23, 1999
Barry Faulkner GARDEN GROVE - Estancia High football coach Dave Perkins and several assistants spent Sunday replacing the players' small metal lockers with roomier, three-sided wooden stalls one might find in a collegiate or professional locker room. But, after requiring only two games to double the school's 1998 win total, a refurbished team room clearly ranks second to the rebuilding effort Perkins and his Eagles have fostered on the field. Estancia (2-0)
NEWS
December 19, 2004
Rick Devereux Carlos Pinto has been here before. So has the Estancia High boys basketball program. The Eagles' 53-40 win over Santa Ana Valley at Garden Grove High marked the third time in four years Estancia was crowned champion of the Garden Grove tournament. Pinto, the 6-foot-4 senior, was named MVP of the tournament for the second time in three years. Junior guard Shaun Markley was also named to the all-tournament squad. "Shaun played great the whole tournament," Coach Jason Simco said.
NEWS
December 23, 2001
Steve Virgen ANAHEIM - Perhaps Estancia High boys basketball coach Chris Sorce best described his Eagles' stunning 62-57 win over previously undefeated Orange in a semifinal of the Garden Grove North County Shootout at Western High Friday. "This was a statement game," Sorce said. "I told (the Eagles), 'This is when we find out whether we are contenders or pretenders.' They showed tonight they would be contenders. I'm so proud of them." Estancia (6-4)
SPORTS
By Matt Szabo | September 29, 2007
GARDEN GROVE — Halfway through its regular season, the Costa Mesa High football team will find out if what happens in Garden Grove stays in Garden Grove. Coach Jeremy Osso hopes not for the defense, which allowed a season-low 20 points in Friday night’s 20-9 nonleague loss to Santiago at Garden Grove High. But the lack of offense can stay just off the 22 Freeway for the Mustangs (0-5), who lost their second consecutive game in the city and are still failing to put many points on the board.
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September 7, 2011
Costa Mesa (0-1) vs. Santiago (0-0) When/Where: Tonight, 7 at Garden Grove High Key Mustangs: Sr. RB-CB Mario Smith (136 yards rushing, one TD); Sr. QB-S Nathan Alvis (131 yards passing, one TD, one INT); Sr. CB Marcus Hayes (one INT). Key Cavaliers: Soph. QB Richard Sagastume; Sr. RB Andrew Huk; Sr. LB Fausto Tajimaroa. Breakdown: After a competitive effort in last week's 34-13 loss at Buena Park, Costa Mesa looks for its first victory in the nonleague game against Santiago … Santiago, ranked No. 8 in the CIF Southern Section Southern Division, finished 4-6 last year, and in fifth place in the six-team Garden Grove League … Like Costa Mesa, the Cavaliers have a first-year head coach in Brandon Croft … Costa Mesa lost last year's nonleague game to Santiago, 26-21, despite nearly rallying from a 19-point deficit … The Mustangs also lost to Santiago in the first round of the Southern Division playoffs in both 2008 and 2009.
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FEATURES
December 28, 2009
BOYS’ SOCCER Corona del Mar 2, El Camino Real 0 MISSION VIEJO — The Sea Kings blanked the team ranked No. 1 in the nation in the ESPN Rise poll in pool play at the South Coast Classic Monday at Mission Viejo High. Chris Burke and Reed Williams each scored and Connor Gaal had 10 saves for the Sea Kings. Williams, a UCLA-bound senior, has 18 goals and has scored in every game. Corona del Mar (8-0) plays Dana Hills tonight at 6:30. GIRLS’ SOCCER North Orange County Classic Corona del Mar High defeated Ramona Convent, 3-1, and tied West Torrance, 1-1, in pool play Monday.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Candice Baker | October 29, 2009
A wild and crazy guy is coming back to Orange County. But it won’t be for a film shoot, a book tour or a comedy show. Actor, comedian and writer Steve Martin will play the banjo Friday at the Orange County Performing Arts Center as part of a national tour. Yes, the banjo. And no, he isn’t a dilettante with a new, trendy interest. Martin is a consummate, Grammy award-winning banjo player who has picked the strings as long as he’s been telling jokes on stage.
SPORTS
By Matt Szabo | September 29, 2007
GARDEN GROVE — Halfway through its regular season, the Costa Mesa High football team will find out if what happens in Garden Grove stays in Garden Grove. Coach Jeremy Osso hopes not for the defense, which allowed a season-low 20 points in Friday night’s 20-9 nonleague loss to Santiago at Garden Grove High. But the lack of offense can stay just off the 22 Freeway for the Mustangs (0-5), who lost their second consecutive game in the city and are still failing to put many points on the board.
NEWS
By: Mike Sciacca | August 31, 2005
Dean Yoshiyama will experience a first when he steps under the lights Sept. 8. That's the night Yoshiyama will lead the Ocean View High Seahawks into action for the first time in the role of head coach. He brings with him a new coaching staff, too, composed of Jeff Anger, Diego Segura, Tommy Harris, Brett Brown, Beau Brown and Brett Johnson. It's the first head coaching job for Yoshiyama's at the high school level, but his he has local ties.
NEWS
December 19, 2004
Rick Devereux Carlos Pinto has been here before. So has the Estancia High boys basketball program. The Eagles' 53-40 win over Santa Ana Valley at Garden Grove High marked the third time in four years Estancia was crowned champion of the Garden Grove tournament. Pinto, the 6-foot-4 senior, was named MVP of the tournament for the second time in three years. Junior guard Shaun Markley was also named to the all-tournament squad. "Shaun played great the whole tournament," Coach Jason Simco said.
NEWS
December 23, 2001
Steve Virgen ANAHEIM - Perhaps Estancia High boys basketball coach Chris Sorce best described his Eagles' stunning 62-57 win over previously undefeated Orange in a semifinal of the Garden Grove North County Shootout at Western High Friday. "This was a statement game," Sorce said. "I told (the Eagles), 'This is when we find out whether we are contenders or pretenders.' They showed tonight they would be contenders. I'm so proud of them." Estancia (6-4)
NEWS
November 17, 2001
Richard Dunn GARDEN GROVE - Even with a new twist on offense, Costa Mesa High's football team had no answer on defense for Los Amigos sophomore running back Anthony Matagi in the first round of the CIF Southern Section Division IX playoffs Friday night at Garden Grove High. The host Lobos, behind the bulldozing running of Matagi, defeated Costa Mesa, 38-27, in a game that wasn't as close as the score indicates. Matagi rushed for 335 yards and three touchdowns on 24 carries to lead the Garden Grove League champion Lobos (9-2)
NEWS
November 15, 2001
Barry Faulkner GARDEN GROVE - Lobo is Spanish for wolf, but there has been nothing big and bad about the Los Amigos High football team's postseason performance over the last decade. Yet, having made the playoffs for the 10th straight season, the Garden Grove League champion Lobos (8-2) will be attempting to huff and puff and blow Costa Mesa off to its postseason banquet when the two collide Friday at 7 p.m. in a CIF Southern Section Division IX first-round playoff game at Garden Grove High.
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