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By David Carrillo Peñaloza | March 9, 2007
SAN DIEGO — Addressing his Corona del Mar High basketball team for the first time this week came easy to Coach Ryan Schachter. Two days after winning the CIF Southern Section Division III-A championship Saturday, the first-year Sea Kings' coach teased his players. He asked them, "How can I get rid of you guys? You guys don't go away." Schachter never wanted to see his players' championship season end, but it came to a stop Thursday in the opening round of the CIF State tournament in San Diego.
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March 5, 2007
The Corona del Mar High boys' and Costa Mesa High girls' basketball teams will continue their seasons in the Southern California regional quarterfinals of the CIF State Championships, beginning Thursday. The Sea Kings (22-7), who claimed the program's fifth CIF Southern Section title by defeating Renaissance Academy of La Cañada in the III-A title game at Honda Center, will open on the road against San Diego Section champion Mission Bay (22-5), in the Division III regionals at 7 p.m. Costa Mesa (20-11)
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August 10, 2000
In October, the National Multiple Sclerosis Society's Orange County chapter will host its 17th annual "Bay to Bay Bike Tour" from the Back Bay to Mission Bay in San Diego. The bike ride will raise money and awareness to fight the devastating effects of multiple sclerosis. Anticipating more than 1,000 riders, the society hopes to raise $600,000 this year to benefit programs, services and research in Orange County. Cyclists will begin their ride Oct. 7 in Newport Beach and finish the next day in Mission Bay. After an overnight celebration luau in Carlsbad, riders will get a lift back to Newport Beach in luxurious, full-service coaches.
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November 17, 1999
SAN DIEGO - The Newport Aquatic Center Junior Crew team took second place in the San Diego Fall Crew Classic Sunday at Mission Bay. Following on the strength of last week's NAC-hosted Newport Autumn Rowing Festival, the Junior crew program's strong start this season is being attributed to the rigorous training program designed by Coach Rachel Rose. SAN DIEGO FALL CREW CLASSIC RESULTS Men's Varsity Eight - first place Men's Junior Single - second and third place Men's Novice Four - second place Men's Junior Pair - second place Men's Junior Four - first, second and fourth place Women's Varsity Eight - first place
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April 3, 2000
MISSION BAY - The Orange Coast College varsity crew won the petite (consolation) final and the Pirates' novice eight was fourth in it's division Sunday at the San Diego Crew Classic. The varsity eight, coached by Jim Jorgensen, completed the course in 6:10, one second better than Oregon State to finish seventh overall. The boat included Todd Seligman, Mike McGuinness, Jeff Larson, Junsik Hyun, Dan Toth, Aaron Clousing, Luke Wright, Tyson Hellmich and coxswain Sam Yost.
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April 7, 2008
ROWING San Diego Crew Classic SAN DIEGO ? The Orange Coast College men?s varsity eight won the collegiate varsity Cal Cup grand final Sunday on Mission Bay. The Pirates boat, consisting of Kelly Hughes, Will Prioleau, Erich Hanxleden, Roger Huffman, Dan Dahlin, Steve Oesterich, Bobby Jacobs, James Long-Lerno and coxswain Michael Hinderberger, completed the 2,000-meter course in six minutes, 1.80 seconds, more than 10 seconds faster...
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April 8, 2003
The Orange Coast College varsity eight finished fourth in the Men's Cal Cup Final Sunday in the San Diego Crew Classic on Mission Bay. The crew consisting of Nick D'Antoni, Tom Redouty, Chris Lentini, John Zeiser, Wes Temple, Oscar Correa, Zack Papas, Ryan Costelloe and coxswain Ashley Thomas, led the first 1,500 meters of the 2,000-meter course, but was overtaken by Gonzaga, U. Mass and Minnesota in the six-boat championship...
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April 8, 2008
SAN DIEGO — The men’s varsity eight of the Newport Aquatic Center won the San Diego Crew Classic in dominating fashion to become the first junior crew from Southern California to win the junior men’s premiere event Sunday at Mission Bay. The NAC men’s eight of Jeff Cefalia, Johnny Sutterfield, Kyle Ridgeway, Eric Chebil, Matthew White, Alex Powell, J.P. Hogan, A.J. Brooks and coxswain Lauren Wands finished in 6 minutes, 11.9...
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January 19, 2000
Noaki Schwartz NEWPORT BEACH -- Had a crazy courtship, rocky relationship or overcome adversity for love? Newport Dunes Resort is looking for couples with dramatic love stories for its Valentine's Day contest. "Say you were separated from your beau because of war or maybe you were forced to postpone your wedding because you were diagnosed with a serious medical condition," said Dunes general manager Andrew Theodorou. "These are the types of stories we are seeking."
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May 1, 2010
The Newport Harbor High sailing team continues its quest to repeat as national champion, as it has qualified for the National Team Racing Championship in Seattle, May 22 and 23. Newport Harbor placed second overall in the highly competitive Pacific Coast Interscholastic Sailing Assn. team racing Baker Elimination in Mission Bay last weekend. More than 70 races were held during the two-day event and Newport Harbor ended up in a three-way tie for second place. Unfortunately, after the initial results were tabulated, Newport was ostensibly eliminated as only the top three teams are eligible to move onto the finals.
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By Steve Virgen | June 16, 2008
A day later, Nick D’Antoni continued to bask in the huge victory the Newport Aquatics Center men’s eight pulled off Sunday. “I’m still kind of getting over it,” D’Antoni, the NAC coach, said of all the drama that ensued at the U.S. Rowing Youth National Championships in Batavia, Ohio. The NAC eight won the gold medal finishing in 5 minutes, 50.24 seconds, edging powerhouse St. Joseph’s, which came in at 5:50.34 on Harsha Lake at East Fork State Park.
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April 8, 2008
SAN DIEGO — The men’s varsity eight of the Newport Aquatic Center won the San Diego Crew Classic in dominating fashion to become the first junior crew from Southern California to win the junior men’s premiere event Sunday at Mission Bay. The NAC men’s eight of Jeff Cefalia, Johnny Sutterfield, Kyle Ridgeway, Eric Chebil, Matthew White, Alex Powell, J.P. Hogan, A.J. Brooks and coxswain Lauren Wands finished in 6 minutes, 11.9...
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April 7, 2008
ROWING San Diego Crew Classic SAN DIEGO ? The Orange Coast College men?s varsity eight won the collegiate varsity Cal Cup grand final Sunday on Mission Bay. The Pirates boat, consisting of Kelly Hughes, Will Prioleau, Erich Hanxleden, Roger Huffman, Dan Dahlin, Steve Oesterich, Bobby Jacobs, James Long-Lerno and coxswain Michael Hinderberger, completed the 2,000-meter course in six minutes, 1.80 seconds, more than 10 seconds faster...
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By David Carrillo Peñaloza | March 9, 2007
SAN DIEGO — Addressing his Corona del Mar High basketball team for the first time this week came easy to Coach Ryan Schachter. Two days after winning the CIF Southern Section Division III-A championship Saturday, the first-year Sea Kings' coach teased his players. He asked them, "How can I get rid of you guys? You guys don't go away." Schachter never wanted to see his players' championship season end, but it came to a stop Thursday in the opening round of the CIF State tournament in San Diego.
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By David Carrillo Peñaloza | March 8, 2007
CORONA DEL MAR — Routinely for two years, Stefan Kaluz's good friends bashed his sport of choice. The 6-foot-9 junior center took up basketball at Corona del Mar High as a freshman. His friends played volleyball. "A waste," said Kaluz of what his friends called basketball, making him think back then that he probably gaffed in not pursuing volleyball. Kaluz's basketball team didn't make the playoffs his freshman year. At the end of that year, he watched his friends celebrate the school's fifth CIF Southern Section volleyball championship.
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March 5, 2007
The Corona del Mar High boys' and Costa Mesa High girls' basketball teams will continue their seasons in the Southern California regional quarterfinals of the CIF State Championships, beginning Thursday. The Sea Kings (22-7), who claimed the program's fifth CIF Southern Section title by defeating Renaissance Academy of La Cañada in the III-A title game at Honda Center, will open on the road against San Diego Section champion Mission Bay (22-5), in the Division III regionals at 7 p.m. Costa Mesa (20-11)
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June 9, 2005
Bryce Alderton While being one of only four teams still playing in the country, the Back Bay Rugby Football Club is pleased with its performance so far, but remains quite hungry. "If we don't win a national championship, we are going to be disappointed," Back Bay Coach Scott Bracken, who also competes for the Sharks, said. Back Bay, based in Newport Beach, will face Charlotte in a men's club Division I national semifinal at 3 p.m. Saturday at a field titled "Little Q," positioned in the southwest corner of Qualcomm Stadium's parking lot in San Diego.
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November 12, 2003
Orange Coast College swept the first two spots in the 12-boat men's collegiate eight race and also won the men's novice eight Sunday at the San Diego Fall Crew Classic on Mission Bay. OCC finished the course, estimated by OCC Coach Larry Moore at three miles, in 20:25, to win the collegiate eight, followed by another boat of Pirates one second behind. The winning OCC boat included Wes Temple, Steve Egner, J.T. Eger, Jake Carr, Nolan Rousset, Russ McShane, Ray Coates, Brian Moran and coxswain Ashley Thomas.
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