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May 4, 2011
SOFTBALL Cal Baptist 8, Vanguard 0 RIVERSIDE — Senior Angela St. Croix went one for two with a double Wednesday, but the Lions were swept by the top-ranked Lancers in the best-of- three semifinal series in the Golden State Athletic Conference Tournament. Kimberly Skoglund and Adriana Venezia each had hits for Vanguard (26-32). The Lancers (57-3) advanced to the tournament championship series and will play the winner of the Azusa Pacific-Concordia semifinal series.
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By Barry Faulkner | September 19, 2012
COSTA MESA - Like an aerodynamically challenged float serve, early season rankings can dip and dive, tailing with each new on-court tale. On Wednesday, it was the Orange Coast College players' ability to make the ball move that figures to create upward mobility for the Pirates in the California community college women's volleyball rankings. Coach Chuck Cutenese's Pirates, ranked No. 7 in the state, throttled No. 3-ranked Pasadena, 25-13, 25-23, 25-19, in a nonconference match at OCC. Sophomore outside hitter Karlee Riggs blasted 25 kills and contributed eight digs to pace the winners (4-0)
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By Matt Szabo | September 23, 2006
NEWPORT COAST — The sequence became all too familiar for the Sage Hill School football team on Friday night. Western Christian quarterback Luke Fernandez took the snap from center and handed it off to running back Jeff McGregor, who found a hole and gained impressive yardage. McGregor ran for 280 yards and four touchdowns as the Lightning (2-1) suffered their first loss of the season, 31-13, in a nonleague home game. Western Christian (2-2) built a 24-0 halftime lead, as McGregor followed his big offensive line for 184 yards in the first two quarters.
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By: Barry Faulkner | September 25, 2005
Whatever Orange Coast College football coach Mike Taylor told his team before Saturday's game at Pasadena City College, apparently needed little time to sink in. The Pirates, who slumped to a 21-3 halftime deficit the week before in a 40-32 loss at Palomar, opened emphatically Saturday on their way to a 37-17 victory over the host Lancers. "I challenged the team before the game," said Taylor, who watched his team open a 14-0 cushion in the first 101 seconds, cruise to a 30-0 halftime lead and hold on to improve to 3-1. "We came out flat last week [against Palomar]
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By Barry Faulkner | November 2, 2007
IRVINE — For host UC Irvine, Thursday night’s women’s basketball exhibition game against Cal Baptist was more about demonstrating its will than imposing it upon the Lancers. So it was the methodical nature of the 108-66 UCI romp that most pleased Anteaters Coach Molly Tuter, who was asked to do some explaining afterward by Cal Baptist Coach Danelle Bishop, as to why the Anteaters pressed full court the entire game at Crawford Court. “I liked our consistency,” said Tuter, whose is entering her fourth season at the helm after a 6-24 campaign last season.
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March 3, 2004
Bryce Alderton The goals came in flurries, quick strikes that shook the Corona del Mar High boys soccer team off its magical CIF playoff run. CdM held strong the first 30 minutes, but top-seeded Thousand Oaks scored twice before halftime to take control and didn't look back in reaching its first CIF section final with a 4-1 Southern Section Division II semifinal victory Tuesday at Moorpark College. The Sea Kings (15-4-6), winners of six straight coming in, had allowed just four goals in three prior playoff games, but the speedy Lancers (26-3-3)
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February 19, 2004
Steve Virgen There were several statistics that could have easily told the story of the Estancia High boys basketball team's demise in its first-round game of the CIF Southern Section Division III-A playoffs Wednesday. But one intriguing figure spoke volumes in the Eagles' 81-49 loss to host Orange Lutheran. The Lancers (22-5) scored 52 points in the paint and also collected 15 points from free throws that had come from their players being fouled at least five feet from the basket.
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October 7, 2000
Steve Virgen Orange Coast College football coach Mike Taylor called it the biggest win the Pirates have had in a long time. OCC running back James Dawkins called it the type of victory that can change a season. Last week, the Bucs accomplished the impossible as Rob Pate knocked in a 33-yard field goal with one second remaining to shock then-No. 4 Mt. San Antonio. The Mounties fell to No. 11 on the JC Grid-Wire this week. Though the win was huge, Taylor wants people to forget about it. "Last week was a big win for us, but that's old news," Taylor said.
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November 28, 2007
WOMEN’S BASKETBALL Vanguard 90, Cal Baptist 87 RIVERSIDE — The Lions built a 50-39 halftime lead, then held on as the Lancers shot 54.3% from the field in the final 20 minutes of Vanguard’s Golden State Athletic Conference opener Tuesday at Cal Baptist. Senior guard Jessica Richter had 29 points, making 10 of 17 field-goal tries and all six of her free throws to lead the winners (4-1, 1-0 in conference), who have now won 47 straight regular-season conference games.
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By Andrew Shortall | November 24, 2012
All season long, Karlee Riggs has been a reliable force for the Orange Coast College women's volleyball team. Pasadena City College Tammy Silva would say the Pirates relied on their standout outside hitter a little too much Saturday in the second round of the California Community College Athletic Assn. Southern Regional playoffs at Orange Coast. "Wherever she was, that's where they were going," Silva said. Orange Coast's one-dimensional offense allowed the Lancers to zero in on Riggs, as the rest of the Pirates couldn't keep the visitors honest.
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By Matt Szabo | March 1, 2014
LAKE ELSINORE - What the Lakeside High girls' basketball team lacks in height, it makes up for in toughness. The experienced Lancers, who came within one win of the CIF Southern Section Division 3AA title game last year, met up Saturday with a Corona del Mar team that hadn't been on that stage before. Five-foot-seven junior forward Victoria Sosa got nine rebounds in the first quarter alone, setting the tone against a CdM team that features 6-3 sophomore Natalia Bruening and 6-2 sophomore Krista Anderson.
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By Barry Faulkner | September 14, 2013
COSTA MESA - A week after losing three leads and falling in triple overtime in its season opener at Moorpark, the Orange Coast College football team tried coming from behind in its first home contest on Saturday against Pasadena City College. The result, while equally dramatic, was much more successful this time for OCC, which rallied behind sophomore backup quarterback Jon Newsom to claim a 27-23 victory over the Lancers. Newsom threw three touchdown passes to help the Pirates overcome a 17-0 deficit and take a 21-17 lead early in the fourth quarter.
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By Andrew Shortall | November 24, 2012
All season long, Karlee Riggs has been a reliable force for the Orange Coast College women's volleyball team. Pasadena City College Tammy Silva would say the Pirates relied on their standout outside hitter a little too much Saturday in the second round of the California Community College Athletic Assn. Southern Regional playoffs at Orange Coast. "Wherever she was, that's where they were going," Silva said. Orange Coast's one-dimensional offense allowed the Lancers to zero in on Riggs, as the rest of the Pirates couldn't keep the visitors honest.
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By Barry Faulkner | November 6, 2012
NEWPORT COAST - Though Sage Hill School moved up from Division IV-AA to Division 3-A for the CIF Southern Section girls' volleyball playoffs this season, the Lightning still had to fight the inevitable temptation to play down to the competition Tuesday night. The Lightning, who won the IV-AA title in 2011, managed to remain above visiting Western Christian well enough to claim a 25-14, 25-21, 25-20 first-round victory. Sage Hill (23-6), the No. 3 seed after sharing second place in the Academy League, advances to meet the Rosemead-San Bernardino winner in the second round Thursday.
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By Barry Faulkner | September 8, 2012
PASADENA - After seeing its chances at victory halted on its first offensive play of overtime in its season opener, the Orange Coast College football team showed it could close strong in a 27-10 victory at Pasadena City College on Saturday. The Pirates scored 10 points in the final 67 seconds of the first half to take a 13-7 lead. The visitors then scored a pair of touchdowns within a 66-second span late in the game to clinch their first victory of the season. While four interceptions spelled doom for OCC the previous week against visiting Moorpark, the Pirates shrugged off three turnovers against the Lancers, including a lost fumble on the opening kickoff.
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May 4, 2011
SOFTBALL Cal Baptist 8, Vanguard 0 RIVERSIDE — Senior Angela St. Croix went one for two with a double Wednesday, but the Lions were swept by the top-ranked Lancers in the best-of- three semifinal series in the Golden State Athletic Conference Tournament. Kimberly Skoglund and Adriana Venezia each had hits for Vanguard (26-32). The Lancers (57-3) advanced to the tournament championship series and will play the winner of the Azusa Pacific-Concordia semifinal series.
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By Barry Faulkner | November 20, 2009
NEWPORT COAST — Despite a 7-3 regular season, the Sage Hill School football team failed to outscore its opponents, breaking even with 238 points apiece. So it was that the Lightning offense failed to strike in the final two quarters Friday night, allowing visiting Grace Brethren to rally for a 20-17 win in the first round of the CIF Southern Section East Valley Division playoffs. Sage (7-4), which utilized junior Tyler Ross primarily as a running quarterback, kept the Lancers (6-5)
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October 7, 2009
COSTA MESA — Sophomore forward Gabriela Valles produced a hat trick, leading the No. 9-ranked Vanguard women’s soccer team past top-ranked Cal Baptist, 4-1, Wednesday. Valles scored three straight goals after a scoreless first half in the Golden State Athletic Conference match. Freshman Amanda Couch also scored for the Lions (8-1, 3-1 in conference). Senior goalkeeper Jillian Foss recorded four saves for Vanguard, which outshot the Lancers, 11-6. Cal Baptist suffered its first loss, falling to 10-1-1, 3-1. Valles made sure of that, starting early in the second half.
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September 22, 2009
COSTA MESA — The Vanguard University women’s volleyball team dealt No. 3-ranked Cal Baptist its first loss, 25-18, 25-22, 16-25, 20-25, 15-13, Tuesday night in a Golden State Athletic Conference match. Senior Kelsey Wirt led the way with a match-high 23 kills, including the match-winner in the fifth set. She also 14 digs, which led all players. Senior Heather DeJongh added 14 kills and sophomore Lisa Morgan contributed 11 kills for the Lions (9-5, 3-2 in conference)
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