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NEWS
March 7, 2002
IRVINE - Corona del Mar's club roller hockey team defeated Fountain Valley, 9-1, Feb. 26 at the Gretzky Center in Irvine. CdM sent 20 shots on goal, while CdM goalie Eric Mirowitz faced 16 Fountain Valley shots. Adam Freede produced a hat trick and two assists for the CdM club team, while teammate Austin Chase also had a hat trick and one assist. David Bolton earned an assist on one of Chase's goals, Cole Reddin added two goals and two assists and Gary Smith scored with an assist from Blake Smith, who also was credited with an assist on one of Reddin's goals.
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SPORTS
October 12, 2009
UC Irvine senior Irving Garcia highlights three local collegiate soccer players recognized for heroics last week. Garcia, a preseason All-American for the Anteaters, has been named National Player of the Week by TopDrawerSoccer.com, as well as Big West Conference Athlete of the Week in his sport. Vanguard University women’s standouts Gabriela Valles and Jillian Foss have been named offensive and defensive players of the week, respectively, by the Golden State Athletic Conference.
SPORTS
December 20, 2012
Tyler Maloney, a Corona del Mar High senior, will be featured in Sports Illustrated's "Faces In The Crowd," section in the Dec. 24 issue of the magazine for his stellar play in hockey. Maloney, who also plays on the CdM baseball team, recorded his second hat trick of the season to pace CdM, known as the Ice Kings, in its 6-1 win over Servite. According to the magazine, Maloney is competing in the first year of interscholastic hockey at CdM. He leads the Anaheim Ducks High School Hockey League (the first high school hockey league in Orange County, established by the NHL Ducks in 2008)
NEWS
April 16, 2001
Steve Virgen COSTA MESA - With their sights set on Easter Vacation, players from the Costa Mesa AYSO select boys under-12 team turned in their best performance of the season in a 5-1 victory over the Tustin Inferno, Saturday at the Costa Mesa Farm Field. The Costa Mesa's players' reward? Coach Sal Burciaga canceled practices during their week off from school. Burciaga, perhaps, deserves a vacation as well. His strategy was a big reason for the outcome.
SPORTS
By By Dave Thorpe | December 23, 2005
Senior scored three goals in Mustangs' league triumph, but most believe soccer isn't her best sport. No matter what position Jasmin Day plays on the soccer field, she is going to have a big impact on the game in that area. The senior is that talented a player for the Costa Mesa High girls' soccer team. Costa Mesa Coach Dan Johnston switches her back and forth from center midfield to forward, depending on where he needs her most. And Day is an offensive threat from either position, as she showed last week.
SPORTS
By Matt Szabo | June 1, 2006
COSTA MESA ? Rea Elementary's Edgar Molina had already shown plenty of skill on his first two goals. But his third goal, though not old hat, did the trick for Rea in its Daily Pilot Cup opener against Andersen Elementary on Wednesday. Molina's corner kick in the 46th minute spun into the goal untouched, leading Rea to a 4-3 win in the boys' third- and fourth-grade silver division. "I was trying to score," Molina confirmed, although he also said it was his first time ever scoring a goal off a corner kick.
SPORTS
June 29, 2010
The Newport Beach-based Slammers FC boys' under-16 team captured the U.S. Youth Soccer Region IV championship in dominating fashion led by Corona del Mar High sophomore-to-be Jack McBean's hat trick. The Slammers defeated defending champion Sereno White of Arizona, 5-1, in Albuquerque, N.M. Sunday. In addition to McBean the Slammers also featured Sea Kings Connor Gaal, Jack Gorab, Greg Allen and Mason Case. The Slammers' coach George Larsen was also the head man of the CdM boys' soccer team that won the CIF Southern Section Division IV title and CIF Division II Southern California Regional championship this year.
SPORTS
By Steve Virgen, steve.virgen@latimes.com | June 4, 2011
COSTA MESA — Late Friday night, Rea Elementary Coach Ryan Baker got the call he had been waiting for. It was good news as he received confirmation that his boys' fifth- and sixth-grade gold division team advanced to Saturday's quarterfinals as a wild card in the 12th annual Daily Pilot Cup. Most of the Rea players thought they had been eliminated. "I called all the kids to tell them, 'We've got a second chance,' " Baker said. "I told them, 'Let's take advantage of it. We're not dead yet.' " The Sharks, who have won the past four gold division titles and nine in the past 11 years, are still alive.
SPORTS
By Bruce Bourquin, Special to the Daily Pilot | May 30, 2012
COSTA MESA - At halftime of a Daily Pilot Cup boys' third- and fourth-grade pool play game Wednesday at Jack Hammett Sports Complex, it was anyone's game, with St. Joachim leading Harbor Day, 2-1. But two quick goals scored within the first 10 minutes of the second half was the difference, as the Sea Kings of St. Joachim took a 4-1 lead in defeating the Seahawks, 5-3. St. Joachim rebounded strong, looking like a different team than the...
NEWS
August 7, 2000
We have Lindsay Davenport, a net gain to our local courts. Dennis Rodman likes to "hoop it up" around here. Bill Medley and Bobby Hatfield still have that lovin' feeling about Newport Beach. And Leigh Steinberg manages to negotiate a sporting life here, as well. Newport Beach is home to some fairly well-known celebrities. It made me wonder what it takes to be considered a celebrity. It must mean that you are considered to be very good at something or can run faster than the others, jump higher or can answer all the questions Regis Philbin throws at you. You have to be the best and well-respected by your peers.
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