November 14, 2001
The Rebels scored three goals in the first quarter en route to a 6-2 victory over United Blue in an AYSO Region 97 boys under-14 playoff soccer game Saturday. Renice Davis scored three goals in the game and Phil Garrett, Alex Boullon and David Garrett each scored one. Jonathan Gordon and Sergio Rodriquez provided speed up front. Patrick Vlahakis almost scored with a strong shot on goal. Brian Wong and Benjamin Pepic held back most United Blue attacks.
December 21, 2003
Barry Faulkner The UC Irvine men's basketball team stuck it's collective snout in Sacramento State's 1,400-seat Hornet's Nest Saturday night and the result was a 64-56 loss that is sure to sting throughout the Anteaters' two-week holiday haitus. The Anteaters started sluggishly, came on strong in the second half, but could not survive the swarming defense and three-point shooting of the hosts, who ended a four-game losing skid to improve to 4-5. Hornet senior guard Brandon Guyton sank three three-pointers in the first seven minutes, to help Sacramento State, No. 242 in the Sagarin rankings of Division I programs, build an 18-7 lead.
November 11, 2001
Pirates Steve Virgen COSTA MESA - The Orange Coast College football team could have probably used some of the intensity a 1951 Pirates team showed in their time. At least that's what Sid Manning thought after he saw the 2001 Bucs surrender five passing touchdowns and lost a 39-16 Mission Conference Central division game to the visiting Fullerton Hornets Saturday, when OCC paid tribute to Coach Ray Rosso's '51 title team. "I thought (OCC) played pretty poorly," said Manning, an all-conference defensive end on the '51 Eastern Conference championship squad.
November 10, 2001
nothing Steve Virgen COSTA MESA - The party-crashers are coming to town. Those tricky Hornets of Fullerton College will attempt to cut off the celebration when they visit Orange Coast College for a Mission Conference Central division football contest today at 1 p.m. Last year, the Hornets (4-4, 1-2 in the Central division) snapped the Pirates (3-5, 1-2) five-game winning streak and forced the co-championship label on them. This year, Fullerton, which completed three of four trick plays on OCC last season en route to a 47-35 win, will try to crash the party again, as Coast will pay tribute to the 1951 Pirates team, the school's first championship squad.
March 10, 2000
NEWPORT BEACH - Winners of the Newport Beach Youth Basketball Championships, conducted on Sunday, have been announced. All will advance to the Orange County Municipal Athletic Association Tournament (OCMAA). Girls divisions will play in Buena Park on March 11-12, while the boys play in Newport Beach and Santa Ana on March 13-19. BOYS DIVISION B (5th-6th Grade) First place: Newport Elementary Hornets Coach: Roberto Flores Players: Jake Carroll, James Coder, Josh Hughes, Cody McDonald, Eric Meyer, Brian Pearson, Bob Reasoner and Shane Vultee.
December 9, 2009
Submitted by Scott Brown The Green Grass from AYSO Region 57 won the boys’ U14 Mayor’s Cup championship game, 3-0, over Costa Mesa Sunday. The Grass were anchored by their stalwart defense and goaltending, which did not allow a single goal in the tournament. Max Helman had a great game and was able to shut down Costa Mesa’s top goal scorer. Court Clark made several key defensive stops making things difficult for Costa Mesa the entire game.
February 27, 2003
The Hornets built an insurmountable 14-point lead to begin the game, and cruised to a 63-37 victory over the Cypress Blue Devils in National Junior Basketball boys seventh-and-eighth grade basketball action. Chase Pinesett, Timothy Regan, J.P. Gormly, Erik Rask and Kevin Rask led the Hornets in the first quarter followed by solid efforts from Gus Ellis, Austin Apramian, Thomas Dialynas, Andy Rovzar and Erik Rask, as Newport built a 22-point lead in the second period.
November 7, 2002
Top-ranked Orange Coast College got 15 kills and 12 digs from outside hitter Melissa Zapiain, but visiting Fullerton was firing on all cylinders Wednesday night and handed the Pirates their first defeat of the season, 30-25, 23-30, 30-26, 30-27, in Orange Empire Conference women's volleyball. Alexis Cooley and Suzanne Andrade gave the Pirates fits from start to finish, combing for 31 kills and eight blocks. The duo took turns in the spotlight for the Hornets (9-6, 6-3 in the Orange Empire Conference)
March 6, 2003
The Newport-Mesa Hornets remained unbeaten (12-0) as they defeated the Chino Valley Magic, 61-59, in National Junior Basketball seventh-and eighth-grade boys championship series action. Gus Ellis led the Hornets with 16 points and four rebounds followed by Chase Pinesett (four points, five rebounds, five assists) and Erik Rask (17 points, two rebounds, four assists). Also providing strong offensive support were Thomas Dialynas (eight points on 2 of 3 three-point shots, two assists, two steals)
September 27, 2003
Bryce Alderton Despite allowing 213 yards to Saddleback College a week ago, Orange Coast's football team remains first against the pass and total defense among the Mission Conference's 12 teams. That defense should get tested again when Fullerton invades OCC at 6 tonight for conference a duel between teams coming off their first losses of the season. Coast (2-1, 0-1 in the conference's American Division) couldn't get its offense going against powerful Saddleback and fell, 30-7, last week.