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October 16, 2003
-- OFFENSE No. Player Ht. Wt. Yr. Po. 15 Brad Young 6-2 185 Sr. QB 6 Mike Cahill 6-0 225 Sr. TB 37 Bubba Kapko 5-9 225 Sr. FB 1 Geo Macias 5-11 195 Jr. WR 16 Jason Johnston 6-0 155 Sr. WR 45 Cullen Crom 5-10 175 Sr. TE 76 Ian Morton 6-4 270 Jr. LT 55 Landon Pulizzi 6-2 220 Sr. LG 59 Yousif Muradian 6-0 230 Sr. C 51 Gary Jones 6-1 280 Sr. RG 60 Gary Strawn 6-2 300 Sr. RT -- -- ...
NEWS
March 16, 2000
COSTA MESA - The Diamondbacks needed extra innings to defeat the Marlins, 9-7, last weekend in Costa Mesa Pony League baseball. Ryan Gleason and Issac Inouye each had RBIs in the eighth inning to snap the tie for the Diamondbacks. Gleason's hit brought in Corey McCartney with the go-ahead run, before Inouye's bunt scored Gleason. Adam Jorgenson went 4 for 4, while Spencer Pulaski added two hits and Cullen Crom had a double and two RBIs. Crom, Jorgenson and Alex Pisarski led the Diamondbacks' pitching, holding the Marlins to only six hits.
NEWS
September 17, 2003
Patrick Laverty Estancia High Coach Craig Fertig said he was a little apprehensive about how his players would perform prior to the Eagles' season-opening victory against Magnolia. Of particular concern was an offensive line that was being asked to lead a team that was attempting to establish a powerful running game out of the I-formation. "We put in a whole new offense," Fertig said. "We wondered whether they would catch on. We obviously coached them, but you never know how'll they play in the first game."
NEWS
By: Lindsay Sandham | August 29, 2005
A 2003 graduate of Estancia High School died early Sunday morning after a traffic accident in Arvada, Colo. Brian "Bubba" Kapko, 19, was traveling to Denver with four other people after a volleyball tournament in Boulder. Kapko, a student at Johnson & Wales University in Denver, was the only person to die in the accident. Kris Hartwell, also an Estancia High graduate, was in the vehicle with Kapko. Hartwell's mother, Kathy Hartwell, said her son sustained a broken thumb.
NEWS
November 2, 2002
Steve Virgen There's not much to say after losing a 42-0 homecoming game to Golden West League visitor Orange Friday night. However, as cliche as it may sound, Estancia High Coach Jay Noonan delivered postgame words that reflected the effort of his players on the field at Orange Coast College. "The game was not about the score," Noonan said. "I just ask for their best effort. Take a look at these guys. They're bleeding, sweating and they're hurting.
NEWS
October 9, 2003
Patrick Laverty Prior to the 2003 season opener, no Estancia running back had rushed for more than 100 yards since the final week of the 2000 regular season. In the first four games of this season, Bubba Kapko has broken the century mark twice and Mike Cahill came within 8 yards of triple digits Friday in the Eagles' 35-30 victory over Ocean View. The win was the third for Estancia this season, after winning just one game in the last two seasons combined.
NEWS
October 17, 2003
Barry Faulkner As Estancia High football coach Craig Fertig flies over the deserts and canyons of the Southwest today, en route to Notre Dame to watch his beloved USC Trojans Saturday, he is sure to be thinking about the hills and valleys of the Eagles' 24-16 Golden West League loss to Saddleback Thursday night. There were, in the end, more valleys to ponder, though Estancia's 13th loss in its last 14 league contests was not without vistas from which to view potential victory.
NEWS
September 20, 2003
Patrick Laverty It was a game that Estancia High's football team likely would have lost if it was played in the 2001 or 2002 seasons. But when Eagles first-year coach Craig Fertig's postgame comments centered around teaching his players how to win for the second straight week, he wasn't talking about the scoreboard. After winning just one of 19 games over the last two seasons, the Eagles are off to a 2-0 start by holding off a second-half rally by Century to post a 22-20 victory Friday in a nonleague game at Orange Coast College.
NEWS
October 7, 2003
BARRY FAULKNER Posing side-by-side for the camera as childhood chums, the pictures of Bubba Kapko and Mike Cahill that appear in the Estancia High football program are difficult to view without chuckling. But for defenders who see the pair of 230-pound seniors stationed together in the Eagles' backfield, the image is anything but humorous. Horrific, in fact, may be a better term. Kapko, a hard-charging fullback, and Cahill, a surprisingly nimble colossus of a tailback, have become hefty but heroic figures in the Eagles' 3-1 start this fall, a marked improvement from Estancia's combined 1-18 record the previous two seasons.
FEATURES
By Amanda Pennington | August 28, 2006
Life-changing, passionate, unforgettable, athletic, amazing, faithful, graceful, son, brother and friend: These are just some of the words friends use to describe Brian "Bubba" Kapko who died one year ago today. I'll never forget that morning. I received a phone call from a friend shortly after I arrived at work. "Matt's [Kapko] brother died." She repeated herself and explained that Brian Kapko, the 19-year-old Estancia High School graduate, was killed in a car accident in Colorado early that morning.
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By Amanda Pennington | August 28, 2006
Life-changing, passionate, unforgettable, athletic, amazing, faithful, graceful, son, brother and friend: These are just some of the words friends use to describe Brian "Bubba" Kapko who died one year ago today. I'll never forget that morning. I received a phone call from a friend shortly after I arrived at work. "Matt's [Kapko] brother died." She repeated herself and explained that Brian Kapko, the 19-year-old Estancia High School graduate, was killed in a car accident in Colorado early that morning.
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NEWS
By: Lindsay Sandham | August 29, 2005
A 2003 graduate of Estancia High School died early Sunday morning after a traffic accident in Arvada, Colo. Brian "Bubba" Kapko, 19, was traveling to Denver with four other people after a volleyball tournament in Boulder. Kapko, a student at Johnson & Wales University in Denver, was the only person to die in the accident. Kris Hartwell, also an Estancia High graduate, was in the vehicle with Kapko. Hartwell's mother, Kathy Hartwell, said her son sustained a broken thumb.
NEWS
October 17, 2003
Barry Faulkner As Estancia High football coach Craig Fertig flies over the deserts and canyons of the Southwest today, en route to Notre Dame to watch his beloved USC Trojans Saturday, he is sure to be thinking about the hills and valleys of the Eagles' 24-16 Golden West League loss to Saddleback Thursday night. There were, in the end, more valleys to ponder, though Estancia's 13th loss in its last 14 league contests was not without vistas from which to view potential victory.
NEWS
October 16, 2003
-- OFFENSE No. Player Ht. Wt. Yr. Po. 15 Brad Young 6-2 185 Sr. QB 6 Mike Cahill 6-0 225 Sr. TB 37 Bubba Kapko 5-9 225 Sr. FB 1 Geo Macias 5-11 195 Jr. WR 16 Jason Johnston 6-0 155 Sr. WR 45 Cullen Crom 5-10 175 Sr. TE 76 Ian Morton 6-4 270 Jr. LT 55 Landon Pulizzi 6-2 220 Sr. LG 59 Yousif Muradian 6-0 230 Sr. C 51 Gary Jones 6-1 280 Sr. RG 60 Gary Strawn 6-2 300 Sr. RT -- -- ...
NEWS
October 9, 2003
Patrick Laverty Prior to the 2003 season opener, no Estancia running back had rushed for more than 100 yards since the final week of the 2000 regular season. In the first four games of this season, Bubba Kapko has broken the century mark twice and Mike Cahill came within 8 yards of triple digits Friday in the Eagles' 35-30 victory over Ocean View. The win was the third for Estancia this season, after winning just one game in the last two seasons combined.
NEWS
October 7, 2003
BARRY FAULKNER Posing side-by-side for the camera as childhood chums, the pictures of Bubba Kapko and Mike Cahill that appear in the Estancia High football program are difficult to view without chuckling. But for defenders who see the pair of 230-pound seniors stationed together in the Eagles' backfield, the image is anything but humorous. Horrific, in fact, may be a better term. Kapko, a hard-charging fullback, and Cahill, a surprisingly nimble colossus of a tailback, have become hefty but heroic figures in the Eagles' 3-1 start this fall, a marked improvement from Estancia's combined 1-18 record the previous two seasons.
NEWS
September 20, 2003
Patrick Laverty It was a game that Estancia High's football team likely would have lost if it was played in the 2001 or 2002 seasons. But when Eagles first-year coach Craig Fertig's postgame comments centered around teaching his players how to win for the second straight week, he wasn't talking about the scoreboard. After winning just one of 19 games over the last two seasons, the Eagles are off to a 2-0 start by holding off a second-half rally by Century to post a 22-20 victory Friday in a nonleague game at Orange Coast College.
NEWS
September 17, 2003
Patrick Laverty Estancia High Coach Craig Fertig said he was a little apprehensive about how his players would perform prior to the Eagles' season-opening victory against Magnolia. Of particular concern was an offensive line that was being asked to lead a team that was attempting to establish a powerful running game out of the I-formation. "We put in a whole new offense," Fertig said. "We wondered whether they would catch on. We obviously coached them, but you never know how'll they play in the first game."
NEWS
November 2, 2002
Steve Virgen There's not much to say after losing a 42-0 homecoming game to Golden West League visitor Orange Friday night. However, as cliche as it may sound, Estancia High Coach Jay Noonan delivered postgame words that reflected the effort of his players on the field at Orange Coast College. "The game was not about the score," Noonan said. "I just ask for their best effort. Take a look at these guys. They're bleeding, sweating and they're hurting.
NEWS
March 16, 2000
COSTA MESA - The Diamondbacks needed extra innings to defeat the Marlins, 9-7, last weekend in Costa Mesa Pony League baseball. Ryan Gleason and Issac Inouye each had RBIs in the eighth inning to snap the tie for the Diamondbacks. Gleason's hit brought in Corey McCartney with the go-ahead run, before Inouye's bunt scored Gleason. Adam Jorgenson went 4 for 4, while Spencer Pulaski added two hits and Cullen Crom had a double and two RBIs. Crom, Jorgenson and Alex Pisarski led the Diamondbacks' pitching, holding the Marlins to only six hits.
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