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SPORTS
By David Carrillo Peñaloza | September 7, 2013
LAGUNA HILLS - This time, Corona del Mar High beat Laguna Hills on the football field. Unlike last year, when the Hawks used an ineligible player, the Sea Kings won't have to wait a couple of weeks to earn a victory via forfeit. The Sea Kings look unbeatable and that's been the case in their last 12 games. They prevailed at Laguna Hills, 35-14, on Friday and set a CdM record for consecutive wins. The top-ranked team in the CIF Southern Section Southern Division poll has opened the season with two dominating performances.
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SPORTS
September 5, 2013
Corona del Mar (1-0) vs. Laguna Hills (0-0) When/where: Friday, 7 p.m. at Laguna Hills High Key Sea Kings: Sr. QB-P Luke Napolitano (137 yards, one TD on six of 13 passing); Sr. MLB Alex Moore (nine tackles); Jr. RB Cole Martin (201 yards and three TDs on 17 carries) Key Hawks: Jr. LB Will Sedgwick; Sr. WR-CB Kephren Spigner; Sr. RB Brandon Biron Breakdown: Corona del Mar, ranked No. 1 in the CIF Southern Section Southern Division poll, plays the first of three straight road games … Sea Kings opened the season at home with a 35-0 win against Pacifica … Laguna Hills is making its season debut … Hawks beat CdM last year, 21-12, but they later forfeited the game because they used an ineligible player … CdM's victory turned out to be its first against Laguna Hills since 1989 … Laguna Hills is 24-1-1 against Pacific Coast League teams since 2006 … Game features the defending Pacific Coast League champion Sea Kings and defending Sea View League champion Hawks … CdM's 11-game winning streaking dating back to last season matched the program's best run. - David Carrillo Peñaloza
NEWS
By Jeremiah Dobruck | July 31, 2013
The principal at Laguna Hills High School will take the top job at Newport Harbor High School, schools officials said Wednesday. Sean Boulton will become principal at Harbor, pending final school board approval, the Newport-Mesa Unified School District announced. "Newport Harbor High School is one of those rare places where history, community and educational excellence come together," Boulton said in a news release. "I cannot wait to meet students, teachers, parents and members of the educational community.
NEWS
By Dr. Terry Welsh | June 3, 2013
This Tuesday, the Costa Mesa City Council will vote on a "traffic mitigation agreement" for the proposed Banning Ranch development. This agreement, negotiated between the developer and Costa Mesa City Hall behind closed doors, would require Costa Mesa to make modifications to streets and intersections in the Westside in order to accommodate the majority of the 15,000 car trips per day expected to be generated by the proposed 1,375-home Banning Ranch...
NEWS
By Jeremiah Dobruck | April 10, 2013
Counting the times he's cooked it at home and school, Vince Terusa thinks he's made his shallow-poached Dover sole appetizer at least 50 times. The time that counts is Saturday. This weekend, the Mission Viejo resident and four other Orange Coast College students on the college's Hot Food Team will perform under the judgment of professional chefs at the American Culinary Federation's regional conference in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, where they'll fight for industry prestige. "I guess if you asked your average restaurant chef about it, he or she may not know about it," team manager and coach Bill Barber said.
SPORTS
March 30, 2013
BASEBALL Beach Pit Classic Newport Harbor 6, Sherman Oaks Notre Dame 3 NEWPORT BEACH - Senior Taylor Parks returned to the mound and helped Newport Harbor open the tournament with a victory at home on Saturday. The Sailors (7-5) scored all of their six runs in the bottom of the fifth inning. Newport Harbor resumes tournament play at home Wednesday against Laguna Hills at 3:15 p.m. * Beach Pit Classic Estancia 7, Village Christian 3 COSTA MESA - Senior Tyler Rios picked up his first victory of the season after throwing a complete game for the Eagles in their tournament opener on Saturday.
SPORTS
By Matt Szabo | March 28, 2013
COSTA MESA - The suspense has not been there this year in the Battle for the Bell boys' tennis matches. The Estancia High program is up, while Costa Mesa is down. But, for the Eagles, Thursday's 17-1 Orange Coast League victory at Costa Mesa High provided good practice for a big match down the road. Estancia (12-4, 4-1 in league) plays at first-place Laguna Beach on April 9. The Breakers, who have won the last five league titles, won the teams' first meeting, 11-7. Estancia Coach Carlos Beltran said Laguna's top player, senior Teague Hamilton, missed that match with a wrist injury.
SPORTS
By Steve Virgen | March 12, 2013
Kelsey Liu said she didn't realize that she and Erik Cerros were about to be surprised on Feb. 26. They were among 12 seniors vying for two $10,000 scholarships issued by the Toshiba Classic. Liu of University High said she was told that she would need to stay after a meeting, along with Cerros of Estancia because their photo headshots supposedly needed to be re-shot. "I was just thinking: I guess I'm not photogenic," Liu said with a giggle. Turns out Liu and Cerros were told they were the winners of the scholarships.
SPORTS
March 5, 2013
BOYS' GOLF Corona del Mar 185, San Clemente 193 NEWPORT BEACH - Chase Wheatley two-under-par 33 to earn medalist honors for the Sea Kings in the nonleague match at Newport Beach Country Club Tuesday. Karick Brown (36), John Hong (37), Bryan Hong (39) and Walter Frome (40) also scored for CdM (4-0), which is 42-0 dating back to midseason of 2011. The Sea Kings face Edison at SeaCliff Country Club in Huntington Beach on Wednesday. * Newport Harbor 194, Dana Hills 195 LAGUNA NIGUEL - Thomas Terry shot even-par 36 for the Sailors in the nonleague match at El Niguel Country Club Tuesday.
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