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SPORTS
November 5, 2010
When/where: tonight, 6 at OCC Key Pirates: So. WR Keali'i Doll (26 catches, 302 yards, two TDs); So. OLB Travis McNaughton (31 tackles); Fr. C Alec Davis; So. SS Bryan Pali (team-best 45 tackles). Key Rustlers: Fr. QB Raymond Huizar (1,055 yards, nine TDs passing); So. LB Raheem Ivey (team-best 72 tackles); Fr. WR Jared Cohen (28 catches, 351 yards, two TDs); So. WR Peter Adams (20.5-yard average on 25 catches). Breakdown: It's the 43rd meeting in what has become known as the West Coast Showdown between district rivals Orange Coast (2-6, 1-2 in the East Division)
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SPORTS
October 13, 2010
COSTA MESA — Aimee Melone had 20 kills and 13 digs to lead the Orange Coast College women's volleyball team to a 22-25,25-22, 27-25, 26-24 Orange Empire Conference win over rival Golden West College Wednesday night. The Pirates, ranked No. 5 in the state, rallied from an opening-game loss to top the No. 12-ranked Rustlers, maintaining their unbeaten record in the OEC (4-0). Whitney Crosby and Katherine Wichner each had eight kills for OCC (9-1 overall), while setter Kimya Jafroudi paced the offense with 44 assists.
SPORTS
April 9, 2010
MEN’S VOLLEYBALL UC Irvine def. UC San Diego LA JOLLA — Sophomore Austin D’Amore had a career-high 12 total blocks (one solo) to help the No. 10-ranked Anteaters to a 30-23, 30-13, 30-21 Mountain Pacific Sports Federation win Friday. Sophomore Carson Clark also posted a career-high seven total blocks to go with a match-high 17 kills for UCI (14-13, 9-11 in the MPSF). Setter Jeff Schmitz recorded 37 set assists. Setter Phil Bannan, a Corona del Mar product, recorded 28 assists and a team-high seven digs for the No. 14 Tritons (8-18, 4-15)
FEATURES
By Matt Szabo | February 19, 2010
HUNTINGTON BEACH — Every week, Corona del Mar High girls’ water polo Coach Aaron Chaney gives his team a quote of the week. This week, they’ve had several. One of the ones delivered Friday afternoon was “One finger cannot lift a pebble,” an old Hopi Indian saying. “They understood what it meant,” Chaney said after he got a total team effort, with goals from four different players in a 4-3 win over Edison in the CIF Southern Section Division I quarterfinals at Golden West College.
SPORTS
By Charlie Brande | October 29, 2009
The name Dave Mohs is attached to a lot of volleyball events. There is the Dave Mohs Girls’ Volleyball Championships, the Dave Mohs Boys’ Championships and the Dave Mohs boys’ and girls’ high school All-Star match. Edison High even named its gym after Dave Mohs. Who was Dave Mohs? He must be someone special to have so many people respect him so much. Dave was a basketball and volleyball coach at Edison. While he won a lot of games as a coach, he is remembered by so many of us because of what he was as a leader, a professional and a class act. A former basketball player at Beverly Hills High and Redlands University in the early ’60’s, Dave started his coaching career as an assistant to the legendary Elmer Coombs at Huntington Beach High in 1965.
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