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March 28, 2014
SOFTBALL Estancia 7, University 6 Chloe Davis belted a three-run home run and made the tag for the final out for the Eagles in the nonleague game Friday. Bree Vernon went three for four, Steph Enriquez tripled and singled, and Kelly Hinkle struck out seven for Estancia (10-2). — BOYS' VOLLEYBALL Corona del Mar def. Irvine Joey Martino recorded 12 kills and Ryan Moss added eight kills to lead the Sea Kings to a 25-17, 25-16, 25-15 Pacific Coast League win Friday at CdM. Sam Kobrine and Kevin Fults had six kills each, while Finn Jeffrey (three kills, one solo block, three block assists)
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SPORTS
By Matt Szabo | March 28, 2014
In a span of just hours Friday, four Corona del Mar High juniors got both bling and bragging rights. Hoyt and Hugh Crance, Brett Greenlee and Chad Redfearn, all starters on defense for the CdM football team that won CIF Southern Section Southern Division, CIF State Southern California Regional Division III and CIF State Division III championships last fall, got their championship rings in a ceremony on campus. Later Friday afternoon, they again started on defense, this time for the CdM boys' lacrosse team against rival Newport Harbor.
SPORTS
March 28, 2014
Newport Harbor High junior midfielder Alan Alcantara garnered the Sunset League Most Outstanding Offensive Player award in boys' soccer after he led the Sailors with 12 goals to go with five assists. Alcantara is joined on the first team by junior midfielder Jose Garfias, senior forward Jonny Arroyo and junior defensive midfielder David Mondragon. The trio was instrumental to the Sailors' second straight third-place finish in league and second straight appearance in the the first round of the CIF Southern Section Division 1 playoffs.
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By Matt Szabo | March 27, 2014
Newport Harbor High sophomore Haley Martinez and freshman Sammy Del Toro have split the pitching innings pretty evenly this year for the Sailors softball team. Two-time Newport-Mesa Player of the Year Hattie Marshall, now at Concordia University, is no longer in the circle for the Sailors. Martinez and Del Toro have shouldered the load. Before the biggest game of the season so far, Martinez made a request to Coach Russell Hartman. "Haley is the upperclassman of the two," Hartman said.
SPORTS
By David Carrillo Peñaloza | March 26, 2014
Shaun Vetrovec took the mound for Newport Harbor High and he kept the baseball team in the game for six innings on Wednesday. That's what an ace like Vetrovec is supposed to do. The host Sailors trailed Edison by one run going into the top of the seventh inning. Vetrovec came back out and got the first batter to ground out. The next one singled to left field, and a fielding error allowed the Chargers to turn a one-run game into a three-run lead. Edison stringed together four singles off Vetrovec in the seventh, two for runs, ending the right-hander's day and the Sailors' chances of coming back.
SPORTS
March 26, 2014
BOYS' LACROSSE Corona del Mar 12, Los Alamitos 2 Junior Noah Howe finished with four goals and five groundballs, helping the Sea Kings improve to 5-0 in nonleague play on Wednesday. CdM's Ben Palitz recorded two goals, two assists and five groundballs, while Sherwin Gersten and Niño Chavez had two goals and two groundballs apiece. Jason Simaan won 14 faceoffs. Goalies Hoyt Crance and Nick Guizen combined for eight saves. The Sea Kings play host to Newport Harbor in the Battle of the Bay on Friday at 3:30 p.m. — Newport Harbor 13, Servite 6 ANAHEIM — Kole Escher produced three goals, three assists, a ground ball, a knock down and a take away for the visiting Sailors on Tuesday.
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By David Carrillo Peñaloza | March 22, 2014
Shaun Vetrovec's game ended on Friday, and he joined the rest of his Newport Harbor High teammates on the bus. They waited for their coach, Evan Chalmers, to wrap up interviews. Unlike most of the Sailors, Vetrovec had a long weekend ahead of him, filled with more baseball. Vetrovec planned to head out to Tempe, Ariz., with his father Bob later that night to catch a couple of spring training games. For the past seven years, Vetrovec and his dad have made the road trip to watch the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim before the season starts.
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By Matt Szabo | March 22, 2014
MISSION VIEJO - Senior Stephanie Samudro is the only top individual contributor returning from last year's Corona del Mar High girls' swim team, which finished a strong second place at the CIF Southern Section Division 1 finals. Graduation hit the Sea Kings hard. Brynne Wong is now swimming at Texas, as is Ally McCormick at BYU. As for the Greek twins, Stephania and Ioanna Haralabidis, they are currently trying to help the USC women's water polo team win its second straight NCAA Division 1 title.
SPORTS
By David Carrillo Peñaloza | March 21, 2014
HUNTINGTON BEACH - Evan Chalmers coached Newport Harbor High in a Sunset League baseball game for the first time in five seasons on Friday. He was happy to be back, not so much with his team's start to league. Early on, the Sailors missed chances to jump on host Huntington Beach. Chalmers saw a runner on second base get doubled up after he didn't try to get back to the bag on a line drive to third base. In the next inning, that same player struck out with the bases loaded. The Oilers took the lead in the bottom of the second inning and they went on to open league with a convincing 8-4 win. They are talented, with a half dozen players committed to NCAA Division I programs.
NEWS
By Bradley Zint | March 21, 2014
The Newport Beach City Council on Tuesday will examine a settlement agreement reached in the wake of a contentious lawsuit over payments for use of public tidelands. The proposed ordinance would change the issuing of permits for residential piers in Newport Harbor from annually to up to 10 years. "The proposed amendment maintains city control over the tidelands, while giving abutting upland property owners' greater assurances in the residential piers located in front of their properties," according to city staff.
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