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By David Carrillo Peñaloza | May 3, 2014
Mark Todd is coming back to Corona del Mar High yet again, not to lead the Sea Kings, but to coach against them. Todd has returned to CdM a handful of times since leaving the school five years ago. He's in his fourth season in charge of Newport Harbor, CdM's Back Bay rival. The schools have played five times since Todd moved across the bay. The sixth meeting is Tuesday, when Todd guides the No. 15-seeded Sailors (8-8) to his former stomping ground to open the U.S. Lacrosse Southern Section South Division playoffs against No. 2 CdM (13-1)
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By Matt Szabo | April 30, 2013
CORONA DEL MAR - The Corona del Mar High girls' lacrosse program will miss the class of 2013. Coach Aly Vislocky has been coaching the senior class for more than six years now. She has seen the players put in the work. But that work ended suddenly Tuesday afternoon at CdM. The Sea Kings' season did the same, as they fell to Trabuco Hills in overtime, 15-14, in a U.S. Lacrosse Southern Section South Division first-round playoff match. No. 8-seeded CdM (13-8) lost a late lead in regulation against No. 9 Trabuco Hills (12-5-2)
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May 18, 2008
Corona del Mar High junior midfielder Noah Molnar earned the Player of the Year honor after leading the boys’ lacrosse team to an 8-0 undefeated Pacific Coast League championship. Molnar led the Sea Kings with 58 goals and was second on the team in face-offs win percentage (75), third in assists (22) and fourth in groundballs (104). Molnar is joined by six teammates making the first team and one second team. All were key contributors to CdM (16-4), ranked No. 7 in the final laxpower.
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By DAVID CARRILLO PEÑALOZA | April 3, 2007
When the Corona del Mar High girls' lacrosse team steps on the field today at powerhouse Poway, Coach Kathy Chaix will have plenty of new, young faces. The junior varsity team is moving on up. Chaix has been forced to make the move because the Sea Kings have been rocked with five injuries and three ineligible varsity players. Two key players Chaix said are out with injuries are junior attacker Addison Hoover (sprained ankle) and sophomore defender Amy Youngman (torn anterior cruciate ligament)
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By David Carrillo Peñaloza | March 5, 2014
As coach of the Corona del Mar High boys' lacrosse program, G.W. Mix doesn't get to see his two sons play in college often. He's too busy coaching, while Ryan Mix and Casey Mix are away competing. Ryan plays for the University of Notre Dame and Casey for UC Santa Barbara. Mix's boys are coming home this week and he will get to see them play in person. Dad came up with a great idea: create a college lacrosse exhibition in Orange County and invite the teams his sons play on. The event, which looks to promote lacrosse in California, took several years to pull off. The schedules worked out for all parties involved.
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By David Carrillo Peñaloza | April 20, 2013
SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO - Jack Ortlieb noticed a difference in the way the Corona del Mar High boys' lacrosse team came off the bus Saturday. He said the Sea Kings lacked the energy they usually have right before a game. They have been riding the bus quite a bit during their spring break. The Sea Kings played at Thousand Oaks on April 13, then traveled the next day to the San Francisco Bay Area to play Danville San Ramon Valley on Monday and Pleasanton Amador Valley on Tuesday. Wednesday marked the Sea Kings' return home.
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By Steve Virgen | May 1, 2014
What a game! What a game! That might be a simple way to describe what took place Wednesday night at Davidson Field, where Newport Harbor High and Marina battled in a wild and crazy boys' lacrosse game. But Sailors Coach Mark Todd probably put it best when talking about the way his guys took a much-needed 13-11 victory over the Vikings, who featured former Tars assistant Ryan Abatte as their head coach. "A perfect storm for disaster," Todd said before addressing his victorious Sailors in a post-game meeting.
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By Matt Szabo | April 24, 2013
CORONA DEL MAR - Two losses this week did not provide the Corona del Mar High girls' lacrosse team with a lot of momentum going into the U.S. Lacrosse Southern Section South Division playoffs. But, as the Sea Kings showed last year, anything can happen once the playoffs begin. The postseason was the talking point Wednesday, after CdM dropped its Pacific Coast League finale to league champion Beckman, 9-6, at home. Corona del Mar (13-7, 7-3 in league) finished tied for second in league.
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