April 26, 2001
IRVINE - Too many missed serves plus too many hitting errors equals one tough loss for the Corona del Mar High boys volleyball team. The Sea Kings lost to host Northwood, 12-15, 18-16, 15-11, 9-15, 15-4, Wednesday in Pacific Coast League action. Forrest Mack led CdM (7-3, 6-1 in league) with 30 kills, while Charlie Alshuler chipped in 19. Setter Evan Burden paced the offense with 73 assists to go along with his five kills and 11 blocks. "With all his running around, he must have ran three miles tonight," Coach Steve Conti said.
October 20, 2000
IRVINE - Corona del Mar High junior Brittany Reitz swept aside another trio of singles foes without losing a game Thursday, running her record in games to 54-1 over three matches as the Sea Kings shoved host Northwood aside in girls tennis Thursday, 11-7, to improve to 15-2, 7-0 in league play. Also with an impressive effort, according to Coach Andy Stewart, was the doubles team of juniors Hilary Fuller and Sara Bryan, who took two of three duels for CdM. PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE Corona del Mar 11, Northwood 7 Singles: Reitz (CdM)
January 23, 2002
IRVINE - The Corona del Mar girls basketball team completed its best performance of the season, but it wasn't enough as the Sea Kings lost, 50-48, to Pacific Coast League host Northwood Tuesday. "We had the game-winning shot and we didn't hit it," CdM Coach Elbert Davis said. "It was a great game to be a part of. We ran off the last 15 seconds and missed the wide-open shot. It's the best game that we have played from start to finish this year. Everyone contributed.
December 16, 2001
Steve Virgen HUNTINGTON BEACH - The Costa Mesa High girls soccer team was all about redemption when it took on Northwood in a quarterfinal of the Ocean View Tournament, Saturday morning at Golden West College. After losing a 3-1 halftime lead, the Mustangs overcame the letdown by winning, 4-2, in the shootout. Costa Mesa sophomore goalkeeper Kaitlyn Gentling came through in the clutch recording her fifth save on Northwood's second shot from Danielle Grady, who was also the Timberwolves' goalkeeper.
April 25, 2001
Tony Altobelli IRVINE - Costa Mesa High baseball coach Kirk Bauermeister was under the weather heading into Tuesday's Pacific Coast League matchup with Northwood. Needless to say, the Mustangs' 6-1 loss to the Timberwolves didn't do much to help that cause. "The bottom line on the game was they clutched up in all areas of the game and we didn't," Bauermeister said. "They got the key hits, the key defensive plays and threw the key strikes. They just beat us, plain and simple."
April 6, 2000
COSTA MESA - Costa Mesa High's girls swim team was a 96-72 winner over visiting Northwood Wednesday in Pacific Coast League action. Erin Bayes and Jody Martinovich were each double-winners for the Mustangs. Bayes was No. 1 in the 50-yard freestyle (25.77) as well as the 100 free (56.28), while Martinovich was a winner in the 200 free (2:05.01) and 500 free (5:33.42). The Mustangs' duo teamed up with Wendy Martinovich and Katie Roche to win both the 50 free (1:45.
April 6, 2001
Steve Virgen COSTA MESA - Costa Mesa High senior Bernardo Falci hardly worried during his race in the 300-meter intermediate hurdles Thursday in a Pacific Coast League dual meet against visiting Northwood. Falci, a foreign-exchange student from Brazil, went stride for stride with a Timberwolves' runner in the last 20 meters. Falci then cleared the final hurdle as the Northwood runner didn't and fell to the ground. Falci's first-place finish was one of the Mustangs' four as they lost, 88-48, and fell to 0-3 in the PCL. Mesa junior Irwin Salas won the 1,600 (4:56.