October 4, 2000
NEWPORT BEACH - The Newport Harbor High girls tennis team defeated visiting Laguna Hills, 10-8, in Sea View League action Tuesday. In singles play, Megan Hawkins and Kelly Nelson each won two of three sets, while in doubles, Carmen and Diana Khoury as well as Bonnie Adams and A.J. Olson also won two of three sets for the Sailors (5-3, 2-1 in league). SEA VIEW LEAGUE Newport Harbor 10, Laguna Hills 8 Singles - Hawkins (NH) def. Lee, 6-4, lost to C. Paul, 4-6, lost to Lin, 6-1; Nelson (NH)
January 12, 2001
Richard Dunn NEWPORT BEACH - Newport Harbor High girls basketball coach Glenn Albios cringes every time an opposing team applies full-court pressure. But inside he cracks a smile, knowing his young and inexperienced squad, which plays hard to the bitter end, will someday become a Sea View League championship contender. Today, though, is not that day with three sophomores, a freshman and a junior in the starting lineup. "I was impressed with the effort (the Sailors)
December 19, 2000
Tony Altobelli COSTA MESA - Fortunately for the Estancia High boys soccer team, 40 minutes of high quality play was enough to defeat visiting Laguna Hills, 3-0, in nonleague action on Monday. The Eagles (3-2-2) scored three goals in the first 20 minutes to take control, but threw their play into cruise control for much of the second half, much to the displeasure of Coach Steve Crenshaw. "That is the biggest difference between last year's team and this year's team," Crenshaw said.
September 9, 2001
Tony Altobelli LAGUNA HILLS - Both Estancia High and Corona del Mar High showed off some top-quality talent at the Laguna Hills Invitational Saturday morning to kick off the 2001 cross country season. "This is like a football scrimmage for us," Estancia Coach Charlie Appell said. "It gives us a chance to work out against some top-quality runners and get some race experience for the younger guys." The Eagles were the top team in both the junior boys' race as well as the junior/senior girls race for Division III. For the junior boys, Humberto Rojas took first with a time of 15:46.
October 21, 2006
SCORE BY QUARTERS Corona del Mar 0 6 0 14 - 20 Laguna Hills 2 14 3 7 - 26 FIRST QUARTER LH -- Safety: punt snap out of end zone, 2:55. SECOND QUARTER LH -- C. Giovanazzo 4 run (Sargent kick), 11:55. CdM -- Meshkin 4 pass from Hughes (kick blocked), 3:42. LH -- Antone 3 pass from Wertenberger (Sargent kick), 1:34. THIRD QUARTER LH -- Sargent 31 FG, 5:34.
April 11, 2003
Bryce Alderton A brisk wind engulfed the track at Orange Coast College Thursday, providing a lift for the Newport Harbor High girls and boys track and field teams on their voyage toward the Sea View League finals and subsequent CIF competitions. Coast administrators were kind enough to let host Newport Harbor and visiting Laguna Hills use the synthetic track for Thursday's league dual meet, a change from the dirt track at Harbor. Inevitably, running on a track that should yield quicker times, athletes had to contend with the wind blowing across the field.
October 18, 2001
LAGUNA HILLS - Newport Harbor High scored five goals in the second quarter and four in the third as the Sailors routed host Laguna Hills, 12-4, in a Sea View League boys water polo game Wednesday. Ross Sinclair led the Sailors with four goals, including three in the third period, while Brent Armstrong scored two of his three goals in the second. Armstrong also had two assists and a steal. Michael Bury and Nathan Weiner each scored twice for Harbor. SEA VIEW LEAGUE Newport Harbor 12, Laguna Hills 4 Newport Harbor 2 5 4 1 - 12 Laguna Hills 0 0 3 1 - 4 Newport - Sinclair 4, Armstrong 3, Bury 2, Weiner 2, Huang 1. Saves - McLain 7.
December 12, 2001
COSTA MESA - Sharon Day scored in the 61st minute and the Costa Mesa High girls soccer team posted its fifth shutout of the season to give the Mustangs a 1-0 victory over visiting Laguna Hills, in nonleague action Tuesday. Sophomore goalkeeper Kaitlyn Gentling recorded four saves to anchor the defense that helped the Mustangs improve to 5-2. "The defense is coming together pretty well," Mesa Coach Dan Johnston said. "(Laguna Hills) outplayed us in the first half, but the second half was all ours."