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December 6, 2013
BOYS' SOCCER Estancia 2, Ocean View 0 Sophomore Chris Moya and senior Marco Pineda scored for the Eagles in the nonleague game Friday. Sophomore Kevin Pizaro assisted on Moya's goal in the 30th minute. Senior George Mendoza had the assist when Pineda scored in the 55th minute. Goalie Marcos Solis made three saves for Estancia (2-0). — BOYS' BASKETBALL Yorba Linda 57, Newport Harbor 38 ANAHEIM — Garrett Davis scored 12 points for the Sailors in the semifinals of the Godinez tournament at Loara High Friday.
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March 20, 2013
BOYS' TENNIS Estancia 14, Ocean View 4 HUNTINGTON BEACH — Charlie Griffen swept in singles, 6-0, 6-1, 7-6, for the Eagles in the nonleague match Wednesday. The No. 2 doubles team of Sterling Gates and Erik Cerros swept, 6-0, 6-0, 6-0 for Estancia (10-3). The Eagles return to Orange Coast League action Thursday at 3 p.m. at home against Saddleback. * Crean Lutheran 13, Sage Hill 5 NEWPORT BEACH — The Lightning lost to the Saints for the first time in program history in their Academy League opener Wednesday.
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By Jeremiah Dobruck | January 29, 2013
Students could see sprawling coastal views while they read their syllabuses at Coastline Community College's Newport Beach Campus Monday. As the spring semester began, the concrete and glass building that dominates a 3.4-acre campus overlooking Banning Ranch welcomed students for the first time. "Just looking outside at this expanse of nature and going upstairs and seeing it from up above, it just makes you feel good," art professor Chris Sullivan said. She teaches a water-color class on the bottom floor of the three-story building.
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By David Carrillo Peñaloza | December 15, 2012
WESTMINSTER - Out of the four games played at the Charlie Wilkins Memorial Classic, Coach Ryan Schachter said Corona del Mar High played its hardest in the last one. The effort was only good enough for the Sea Kings to compete with Ocean View for three quarters on Saturday. In the fourth quarter, Ocean View pulled away and won, 68-57, to claim seventh place in the tournament at Westminster High. A two-point deficit going into the final eight minutes turned into CdM's second double-digit loss during the six-day tournament.
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January 13, 2005
A 17-0 run to start the game helped the Costa Mesa High boys basketball team beat visiting Ocean View, 70-63, in a Golden West League showdown Wednesday night. Ocean View answered the opening surge with 15-4 run of their own, but the Mustangs were able to regroup after the first quarter and answer the seven-time defending league champs bucket for bucket the rest of the game to earn their fourth straight win. Junior Brian Molina scored a career-high 25 points with five three-pointers to lead Mesa (10-7, 4-0 in league)
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May 8, 2004
The Estancia High boys volleyball team swept visiting Ocean View, 25-13, 25-22, 25-19, to clinch sole possession of the Golden West League title. The Eagles (23-6, 12-0 in league) have swept every league opponent they have faced this year. Coach Tracey Ingraham said tough serves and hard hitting were the keys to Estancia's win. Scott Sankey had 12 kills, Kris Hartwell had nine and Josh Kornegay six to lead the Estancia attack. Trevor Holmes finished with 29 assists in the match and Brad Larsen had seven service aces and 11 digs for the Eagles, who will wait for CIF Southern Section playoff pairings to be announced Monday.
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October 7, 2006
SCORE BY QUARTERS Estancia 7 7 7 14 - 35 Ocean View 7 0 0 0 - 7 FIRST QUARTER OV -- Nagel 76 run (Guillen kick), 11:04. Est -- Redding 16 pass from M. Morley (Carrasco kick), 4:00. SECOND QUARTER Est -- T. Morley 10 pass from M. Morley (Carrasco kick), 1:23. THIRD QUARTER Est -- Alejandre 19 run (Carrasco kick)
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By By Dave Thorpe | October 22, 2005
The Eagles' inability to stop the run and sustain drives proves to be their undoing in a Golden West League setback on the Seahawks' field Friday night.Going into Friday night's game, Coach Brian Barnes felt Ocean View was a team Estancia could compete with and even beat. So after the Eagles' 20-12 loss to the Seahawks -- a game that wasn't as close as the score indicated -- Barnes was disappointed with his team's effort. "Well, I don't know if we came to play football tonight," Barnes said.
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By David Carrillo Peñaloza | April 25, 2014
Down the street from where CJ McCord used to compete in track and field and Darrien Burwell used to coach the sport, the two met at a coffee shop on Wednesday. They both live in Huntington Beach, walking distance to their former high school, Edison. McCord's time at the school was short lived, transferring after his freshman season to Sage Hill School for academic reasons. Burwell spent four seasons as the girls' track and field coach. She left for the chance to run a program at a small school.
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December 20, 2013
GIRLS' BASKETBALL Estancia 53, Ocean View 45 Senior Celia Duran led a balanced scoring attack with 20 points for the Eagles in a nonleague battle of ranked teams on Thursday. Estancia (7-2) is ranked No. 7 in CIF Southern Section Division 3A and Ocean View is ranked No. 8 in the same division. Sophomore Maya Van Den Heever had 10 points and five assists for the winners, who also received 10 points from senior Michelle Simmons and eight points from junior Slade Garnett.
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October 8, 2013
GIRLS' VOLLEYBALL Newport Harbor def. Edison Carolyn Bockrath had 19 kills and three aces to help lead the host Sailors to a 20-25, 25-14, 22-25, 25-18, 15-12 Sunset League win Tuesday. Leah Castillo had 15 kills, Remy Wilson had 14 kills and Elle Hagadorn had 49 assists for Newport Harbor (4-14, 1-1 in league). Logan Grove had 18 digs and two aces, Sami Yeager had 20 digs and Kaitlynn Bell had four aces and 11 digs for the Sailors, who play host to Fountain Valley on Thursday.
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By Matt Szabo | September 12, 2013
COSTA MESA - The mood was set from the opening play of the game when Estancia High's Tyler Thomas walloped the Ocean View kickoff returner, causing a fumble that fellow junior Ronnie Urquiza would recover on the Seahawks' 30-yard line. There are a lot of juniors playing for the Eagles nowadays. The team is light on seniors, and one of the best, fullback/linebacker Jackson Letterman, didn't play Thursday night because of a knee injury. But Estancia still showed that it could bounce back from a tough season-opening shutout loss.
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By Matt Szabo | June 29, 2013
NEWPORT BEACH — It is Roy Scheider who utters the line, "You're gonna need a bigger boat," when he sees the size of his shark nemesis in the movie "Jaws. " The Newport Beach Little League Intermediate (50/70) Division All-Stars are currently striking the same kind of fear into their opponents. And to contain Newport Beach, well, you're gonna need a bigger ballpark. The team, which captured the first District 55 All-Stars title in league history on Tuesday, set out to win its first section tournament game in league history on Saturday morning at Bonita Canyon Sports Park.
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By Steve Virgen | May 25, 2013
Jesse Sapolu gathered his big students Saturday morning at Edison High. "We're not coaching today," the former Pro Bowl center said, referring to himself and his coaching staff. "Today is about competition. " Sapolu, the Costa Mesa resident who won four Super Bowls with the San Francisco 49ers, conducts his Men In The Trenches lineman camp at Edison High. It's a 16-week program. Saturday was the midway point and time for a competition, the inaugural Bash by the Beach, a lineman challenge.
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By Jeremiah Dobruck | January 29, 2013
Students could see sprawling coastal views while they read their syllabuses at Coastline Community College's Newport Beach Campus Monday. As the spring semester began, the concrete and glass building that dominates a 3.4-acre campus overlooking Banning Ranch welcomed students for the first time. "Just looking outside at this expanse of nature and going upstairs and seeing it from up above, it just makes you feel good," art professor Chris Sullivan said. She teaches a water-color class on the bottom floor of the three-story building.
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