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NEWS
March 13, 2003
The Hornets finished the regular season undefeated (13-0) downing the Riverside Magic, 51-30, in their game last weekend. The seventh-and-eighth-grade boys National Junior Basketball team won the Reebok Division I championship with the victory over Riverside. The Hornets were led by Gus Ellis (11 points, 11 rebounds), Chase Pinesett (two blocks, five points, nine rebounds, two assists), Andy Rovzar (seven points, three assists) and Erik Rask (12 points, two assists and two steals.
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NEWS
By Britney Barnes, britney.barnes@latimes.com | February 12, 2011
COSTA MESA — Every fall, incoming freshmen must navigate an often uneasy passage from middle school to high school They are dropped into a new environment and have to adjust to new teachers and a new system, all while trying to survive the bottom of the high-school food chain. But Estancia High School has a mentoring program to help make that transition less scary and difficult by having upperclassmen take newcomers under their wing. From before the start of freshman year until sophomore year, each freshman is assigned a junior or senior for guidance through the change.
FEATURES
By Barry Faulkner | March 30, 2010
COSTA MESA — The crosstown boys’ volleyball rivalry between Costa Mesa High and Estancia no longer revolves around one city. This season, first-year coaches Paul Muñoz (Estancia) and Beau Peters (Costa Mesa) bring a history of familiarity with one another that transcends competition. Peters came away with inaugural bragging rights between the two childhood friends, Huntington Beach natives and former club volleyball teammates, as the host Mustangs posted a 25-20, 25-15, 19-25, 25-18 victory in the Orange Coast League opener Tuesday.
NEWS
June 3, 2000
Richard Dunn With the 39th annual Adoption Guild Tennis Classic named this year after Roy Emerson, no wonder the play has been of Grand Slam caliber heading into today's semifinals in all divisions. With the usual glitz and glamour, the Newport Beach Tennis Club will host the Adoption Guild's open finals Sunday in men's, women's and mixed doubles, men's singles (11 a.m.) and men's senior doubles (35 and over) -- one of the most popular divisions since it started in 1993.
SPORTS
March 16, 2010
BOYS’ VOLLEYBALL Newport Harbor def. Huntington Beach NEWPORT BEACH — Cody Caldwell recorded 30 kills to help lead the Sailors to a 25-17, 17-25, 25-14, 28-30, 15-10 nonleague win Tuesday. Will Connelly had 15 kills and eight blocks, Jackson Carmack amassed 49 assists and Connor Curry added 13 digs for Newport Harbor (2-0). The Sailors will next play in the Orange County Championships, which start Friday. Segerstrom def. Estancia COSTA MESA — Jim Nelson had 12 kills to pace the host Eagles in a 17-25, 25-9, 25-15, 25-17 nonleague setback Tuesday.
NEWS
September 25, 2000
Richard Dunn The reason tennis is the sport for a lifetime is because, despite ourselves, we can always make the great venture of a comeback, perhaps the prize catch of senior athleticism in today's society. Tennis never goes away for the lifelong afflicted. It is merely courtside while your racket waits endlessly for another set. For at least the third time in his stellar senior career, Newport Beach's Robyn Ray is attempting to walk another path in the comeback trail, this time in the men's 55s. Ray, a back-to-back national champion in the 45s in singles in 1992 and '93, is living proof that real competitive juices never freeze over or trickle away.
NEWS
September 13, 2001
Richard Dunn In a crafty promotional skit, billed as "A Tennis Day with Pro Champions," the Newport Beach Tennis Club will host just that Saturday with folks like Brian MacPhie, Scott Davis and Wayne Bryan (the father of Mike and Bob). "It should be fun," said Davis, the former touring pro and now the club's Director of Tennis. "We're giving a little back to the community. (The event) is open to the public, and if somebody comes and they're interested in tennis and they want to become a member, then that's great ... Wayne apparently is pretty good with the microphone, and he's not just Mike and Bob's father, but their coach."
NEWS
June 3, 2003
BOYS 5-6 Champion Rea No. 1 Christian Celis Jesus Garcia Joel Gonzales Juan Gonzales Jose Hernandez Oscar Hernandez Jonathan Irheta Genaro Lopez Christopher Medina Enrique Ocampo Jorge Olivas Rodrigo Rubacaba Edgar Vega Mario Cuamatzi Kevin Madriaga Aran Antunez Coaches: Kurt Suhr, Gannon Burks, Jenny Burks Kaiser No....
SPORTS
March 23, 2011
BOYS' GOLF Estancia 203, Ocean View 230 FOUNTAIN VALLEY — The Eagles' Jake Knapp earned medalist honors, firing a one-under-par 35 in the Orange Coast League match Wednesday at Mile Square Golf Course. Jake Stone and Courtland Lee each shot 39 for first-place Estancia (8-0, 6-0 in league). Aaron Wood shot a 43 and Bill Crosson recorded a 47. Corona del Mar 186, Edison 196, San Clemente 210 NEWPORT BEACH — Junior Mike Moorhead was one of four Sea Kings recording two-over-par 37s on a wet and windy Wednesday, helping CdM sweep the three-way nonleague match at Newport Beach Country Club.
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