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September 20, 2003
SCORE BY QUARTERS -- Sage Hill 0 0 0 0 - 0 CC Downey 14 16 0 6 - 36 -- FIRST QUARTER CC -- Barnes 22 pass from Valenzuela (run failed), 9:45. CC -- Nuno 1 run (Barnes pass from Valenzuela), 2:56. SECOND QUARTER CC -- Barnes 15 pass from Valenzuela (Brewer pass from Valenzuela), 6:37. CC -- Brewer 50 pass from Valenzuela (Barnes run), 4:27. FOURTH QUARTER CC -- Nuno 6 run (run failed), 9:05. Attendance -- 200 (est.
NEWS
October 25, 2002
SCORE BY QUARTERS Costa Mesa 16 13 0 0 - 29 Estancia 0 0 8 0 - 8 FIRST QUARTER CM-- Hunter 49 run (Molina run), 5:58. CM-- Molina 14 run (Molina run), 1:00. SECOND QUARTER CM-- Hunter 25 run (run failed), 6:18. CM-- Molina 31 run (Bagwell kick), 1:07. THIRD QUARTER Est -- Teo 4 run (Engelke run), 0:19. INDIVIDUAL RUSHING CM -- Hunter, 7-127, 3 TDs; Molina, 7-23, 1 TD; Legg, 4-23; Valencia, 1-11; Palmer, 2-10; Huk, 2-3; Lewis, 1-2, Azurin, 1-0; Franco, 2-minus-5.
FEATURES
October 3, 2008
FIRST QUARTER OV – K. Walker 6 run (To pass from Tippy), 11:26. CM – Whitlock 1 run (kick blocked), 5:03. SECOND QUARTER OV – Hernandez 33 FG, 11:03. THIRD QUARTER OV – Tarpley 23 pass from Tippy (Hernandez kick), 2:09. CM – L. Gomez 95 kickoff return (Gemayel run), 1:57. FOURTH QUARTER OV – To 32 pass from Tippy (Garay pass from Tippy), 10:18.   INDIVIDUAL RUSHING OV – K. Walker, 26-126, 1 TD; Tarpley, 8-38; To, 3-minus 3; Tippy, 4-minus 11; team, 1-minus 1. CM – Gemayel, 4-9; Waldron, 9-7, Pederson, 3-4; Byrd, 1-3; Whitlock, 1-1, 1 TD: Munoz, 1-0; team, 1-minus 8; Davis, 5-minus 15.   INDIVIDUAL PASSING OV –Tippy, 9-18-0, 119, 2 TDs. CM – Davis, 5-16-2, 77; Waldron, 2-3-0, 41.   INDIVIDUAL RECEIVING OV – Tarpley, 5-73, 1 TD; To, 4-46, 1 TD. CM – Byrd, 3-65; L. Gomez, 3-37; M. Gomez, 1-16.
SPORTS
September 30, 2006
SCORE BY QUARTERS Dana Hills 0 3 7 9 - 19 Newport Harbor 0 10 0 0 - 10 SECOND QUARTER NH -- N. Frazier 24 FG, 9:17. NH -- Williams 1 run (N. Frazier kick), 7:18. DH -- St. Clair 19 FG, 0:36. THIRD QUARTER DH -- Beilby 1 pass from Schroeder (St. Clair kick), 9:56. FOURTH QUARTER DH -- Garcia 86 run (kick failed)
FEATURES
September 11, 2008
FIRST QUARTER BECK – Lawson 80 run (kick failed), 8:14. BECK – Sackman 2 run (Sackman run), 1:38. THIRD QUARTER BECK – Mejia 2 run (Schmidt kick), 8:16. FOURTH QUARTER BECK – Lawson 65 run (Schmidt kick), 9:18. BECK – Lawson 41 run (Schmidt kick), 5:13.   INDIVIDUAL RUSHING CM – Byrd, 16-42; Gemayel, 11-30; Davis, 7-minus 29. Beck – Lawson, 15-250, 3 TDs; Sackman, 14-68, 1 TD; Mejia, 1-2, 1 TD; Team, 1-minus 1. INDIVIDUAL PASSING CM – Davis, 7-18-0, 54. Beck – Bender, 3-4-0, 25; Ambrose, 5-6-1, 23. INDIVIDUAL RECEIVING CM – L. Gomez, 2-33; M. Gomez, 3-12; Dye, 2-9. Beck – Lowe, 3-33; Demavilas, 1-7; Al-Masri, 1-7; Flores, 2-4; Shimamoto, 1-minus 3.
NEWS
October 7, 2000
Newport Harbor 28, Claremont 7 Score by Quarters Newport Harbor 7 6 15 0 - 28 Claremont 0 0 0 7 - 7 First Quarter N - Manderino 2 run (Gaeta kick), 3:04 Second Quarter N - Ortega 15 run (kick failed), 6:07 Third Quarter N - Gaeta 26 pass from Craig (Gaeta pass from Craig), 5:12 N - Gray 26 pass from Craig (Gaeta kick), 0:45 Fourth Quarter C - Stone 2 run (Lopez kick), 6:54 Attendance: 500 (estimated). INDIVIDUAL RUSHING NH - Manderino, 28-156, 1 TD; Craig, 2-minus-12; Ortega, 12-92, 1 TD; Trimble, 1-8; Johnson, 1-minus-1.
NEWS
November 9, 2002
SCORE BY QUARTERS Santa Ana 0 0 0 7 - 7 Costa Mesa 6 3 20 7 - 36 FIRST QUARTER CM -- Asuega 34 run (kick failed), 1:35. SECOND QUARTER CM -- Hunter 25 FG, 5:39. THIRD QUARTER CM -- Asuega 75 run (run failed), 11:41. CM -- Ruiz 15 run (Hunter kick), 7:33. CM -- Asuega 67 run (Hunter kick), 4:20. FOURTH QUARTER CM -- Epenesa 5 run (Hunter kick), 9:37. SA -- Rodriguez 10 run (Candelas kick)
NEWS
By: | October 3, 2005
SCORE BY QUARTERS -- Riverside 3 7 6 0 - 16 Orange Coast 0 0 0 0 - 0 -- FIRST QUARTER RCC -- Torres 41 FG, 3:58. SECOND QUARTER RCC -- Stith 52 pass from Gibson (Torres kick), 8:43. THIRD QUARTER RCC -- Torres 41 FG, 9:29. RCC -- Torres 26 FG, 2:49. A -- 500 (est.) INDIVIDUAL RUSHING RCC -- Murrell, 14-46; Miller, 11-40; Wright, 1-36; Gibson, 3-19; Luckey, 6-18; Karady, 1-6; Toliver, 1-6; team, 2-minus-2; Andre, 4-minus-9.
NEWS
By: | September 4, 2005
SCORE BY QUARTERS -- Orange Coast 6 0 3 2 - 11 Santa Barbara 0 0 0 0 - 0 -- FIRST QUARTER OCC -- Nicol 32 interception return (kick blocked), 1:37. THIRD QUARTER OCC -- Vandenbos 30 FG, 3:51. FOURTH QUARTER OCC -- Safety (Williams tackled quarterback in end zone), 1:41. A -- 300 (est.) INDIVIDUAL RUSHING OCC -- Aoki, 20-58; Harrigan, 12-36; Harris, 6-22; Shynn, 2-2; Schmigel, 2-minus-2; Hoffman, 1-minus-6; team, 3-minus-3.
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SPORTS
By Matt Szabo | January 25, 2013
LAGUNA BEACH - The day before a big nonleague match against Laguna Beach High, Newport Harbor senior girls' water polo player Carolyn Smith wanted to talk to Coach Bill Barnett. Smith asked for more playing time. Barnett listened. "Throughout the season I've only been playing two quarters, and I've been trying really hard in practice," Smith said. "I wanted to know why I wasn't playing and he didn't really have an answer. He was like, 'OK, we'll try it out.'" Both player and coach looked smart after the Sailors beat the Breakers on Friday afternoon at Laguna Beach High.
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SPORTS
By David Carrillo Peñaloza, david.carrillo@latimes.com | July 22, 2011
NEWPORT BEACH - Farrel South said it has been a little tough playing without Newport Harbor High's new water polo coach this summer. Robert Lynn, hired in May to the lead the Sailors, is in China as an assistant coach with the U.S. men's national team. While Lynn is helping the U.S. at the FINA World Championships, the Sailors began another tournament without Lynn on Friday. The boys did not need Lynn in the first two matches at the California State High School Championships.
SPORTS
Barry Faulkner, barry.faulkner@latimes.com | August 22, 2010
COSTA MESA — The Orange Coast College defense appeared to pick up where it left off last season in the Pirates' intrasquad football scrimmage Saturday at OCC. But despite the offense's struggles on the ground against a unit that ranked No. 3 in the state in 2009 against the run, Pirates coaches said they clearly saw areas in which the offense gained ground, compared to last season's preseason scrimmage. "We were light years ahead of last year," Offensive Coordinator Junior Tagaloa told his players after the 51-play controlled rehearsal, which included moving the chains and a full officiating crew.
LOCAL
By Barry Faulkner | September 12, 2009
LOS ANGELES — Much of the negativity created by the Orange Coast College football team Saturday night was a result of tackling Los Angeles Southwest ballcarriers in the backfield. But beyond holding the host Cougars to minus-32 yards on 21 rushing attempts, there were areas of seepage for the less-than-positive elements of the Pirates’ 26-9 victory that upped their record to 2-0. There were, in fact, 197 penalty yards incurred on 20 OCC infractions, one interception thrown in the end zone and one touchdown pass nullified by a penalty.
NEWS
By Paul Oginni | July 13, 2009
Most elementary school students will tell you that math and fun don’t intersect on the coordinate plane. But an experimental math program under development at the MIND Research Institute in Santa Ana may literally change the way students look at math. The software-based program, called ST Math, takes a more conceptual approach to mathematics, using visual elements in the place of numbers and symbols. “Most math is taught with a heavy reliance on language,” said Andrew Coulson, president of the education division at the MIND Institute.
FEATURES
October 3, 2008
FIRST QUARTER OV – K. Walker 6 run (To pass from Tippy), 11:26. CM – Whitlock 1 run (kick blocked), 5:03. SECOND QUARTER OV – Hernandez 33 FG, 11:03. THIRD QUARTER OV – Tarpley 23 pass from Tippy (Hernandez kick), 2:09. CM – L. Gomez 95 kickoff return (Gemayel run), 1:57. FOURTH QUARTER OV – To 32 pass from Tippy (Garay pass from Tippy), 10:18.   INDIVIDUAL RUSHING OV – K. Walker, 26-126, 1 TD; Tarpley, 8-38; To, 3-minus 3; Tippy, 4-minus 11; team, 1-minus 1. CM – Gemayel, 4-9; Waldron, 9-7, Pederson, 3-4; Byrd, 1-3; Whitlock, 1-1, 1 TD: Munoz, 1-0; team, 1-minus 8; Davis, 5-minus 15.   INDIVIDUAL PASSING OV –Tippy, 9-18-0, 119, 2 TDs. CM – Davis, 5-16-2, 77; Waldron, 2-3-0, 41.   INDIVIDUAL RECEIVING OV – Tarpley, 5-73, 1 TD; To, 4-46, 1 TD. CM – Byrd, 3-65; L. Gomez, 3-37; M. Gomez, 1-16.
FEATURES
September 11, 2008
FIRST QUARTER BECK – Lawson 80 run (kick failed), 8:14. BECK – Sackman 2 run (Sackman run), 1:38. THIRD QUARTER BECK – Mejia 2 run (Schmidt kick), 8:16. FOURTH QUARTER BECK – Lawson 65 run (Schmidt kick), 9:18. BECK – Lawson 41 run (Schmidt kick), 5:13.   INDIVIDUAL RUSHING CM – Byrd, 16-42; Gemayel, 11-30; Davis, 7-minus 29. Beck – Lawson, 15-250, 3 TDs; Sackman, 14-68, 1 TD; Mejia, 1-2, 1 TD; Team, 1-minus 1. INDIVIDUAL PASSING CM – Davis, 7-18-0, 54. Beck – Bender, 3-4-0, 25; Ambrose, 5-6-1, 23. INDIVIDUAL RECEIVING CM – L. Gomez, 2-33; M. Gomez, 3-12; Dye, 2-9. Beck – Lowe, 3-33; Demavilas, 1-7; Al-Masri, 1-7; Flores, 2-4; Shimamoto, 1-minus 3.
LOCAL
September 11, 2008
FIRST QUARTER NH – Green 5 pass from McDonald (Freiberg kick), 8:41. NH – Lyon blocks punt and recovers in end zone (Freiberg kick), 6:59. NH – Green 4 run (Freiberg kick), 0:10. SECOND QUARTER NH – Green 51 punt return (Freiberg kick), 10:24. NH – McDonald 1 run (Freiberg kick), 7:02. THIRD QUARTER NH – Miller 73 run (Freiberg kick), 11:42. NH – Ballcarrier falls in end zone for safety, 9:48.
SPORTS
By David Carrillo Peñaloza | January 31, 2008
LAGUNA HILLS — Around the time Coach Ryan Schachter arrived at Corona del Mar High, he knew his players were ready for their first test on Wednesday, school finals. But before he settled in, Schachter received a text message just past 8 a.m. One of his star players, Joe Eberhard, alerted him to some bad news. It was the kind of news to Schachter that could hinder the boys’ basketball team’s last exam of the day, a Pacific Coast League showdown at Laguna Hills, a chance to clinch at least a share of the league title.
FEATURES
By JOSEPH N. BELL | April 12, 2007
I messed up my beans on Easter Sunday. I mean they were inedible. See, everybody brings a community dish to our annual neighborhood Easter egg hunt. After the kids — more of them every year; I think they bused a load in from Bakersfield last Sunday — finish scavenging for 1,771 (somebody counted) plastic eggs full of candy and sometimes money, we eat copiously of these dishes. And maybe drink a little. Over the years, my beans have become a modest tradition — at least in my own head.
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