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By Barry Faulkner | June 14, 2012
Matt Grootegoed, one of the most decorated Orange County high school football players of all time and a former All-American linebacker at USC, will coach linebackers at Orange Coast College during the upcoming football season, Pirates' Coach Mike Taylor said Thursday. Grootegoed, who had a brief NFL career, played the last of his three seasons for the Calgary Stampeders of the Canadian Football League in 2009. After a heralded career at Mater Dei, where he was a two-way standout at tailback and safety, Grootegoed was a four-year starter at linebacker for USC. He earned All-American laurels in 2004, played for back-to-back national champions in 2003 and 2004 and played with Heisman Trophy winners Carson Palmer, Matt Leinart and Reggie Bush.
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David Carrillo Peñaloza, david.carrillo@latimes.com | April 22, 2011
Less than a month into his new job as Corona del Mar High's football coach, Scott Meyer has assembled a staff. And he is very happy about his assistants. Dan O'Shea joins the Sea Kings as the defensive coordinator after spending six years at Trabuco Hills. O'Shea helped Trabuco Hills reach the CIF Southern Section Southwest Division finals in 2009 and in 2007 as well as advance to the semifinals in 2006 and 2008. Kevin Hettig is the offensive coordinator and will be in charge of the wide receivers.
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September 1, 2006
Colors: Navy blue, orange and white. Conference: Mission, American Division. 2005 record : 6-5, 3-2 in the division. Type of offense: Multiple. Type of defense: Four-three. Head Coach: Mike Taylor (eighth, 29-43). Staff: Taylor (defensive coordinator); Doug Smith (offensive line); Scott Orloff (defensive coordinator, secondary); Matt Mitchell (offensive coordinator., quarterbacks); Steve Fullmer (running backs, special teams)
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August 13, 2012
League: Academy CIF Division: East Valley Coach: J.R. Tolver (fourth year, 18-14) Staff: Lamont Taylor (linebackers), Gregory Taylor (defensive coordinator), Tom Kirchmeyer (offensive coordinator), Shane Russell (running backs), Ricky Sharpe (secondary), Zeb Smithson (offensive line), Tre'dale Tolver (receivers), Kerwin Walters (assistant), Meaghan Beaudoin (athletic trainer) 2011 season: 3-7, 1-2 in league (third place), missed the CIF Southern Section East Valley Division playoffs Returning starters: seven offense, five defense Returning with honors: DT-WR Thomas Fenner, RB-CB Charlie Kim, OL-LB Lucas Ellison, OL Nick Francoeur, K-LB Joe Melita SCHEDULE August 24 – Calvary Chapel 31 – vs. Fairmont Prep at Yorba Linda September 7 – Capistrano Valley Christian 14 – Mission College Prep (San Luis Obispo)
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August 15, 2012
League: Academy CIF Division: East Valley Coach: J.R. Tolver (fourth year, 18-14) Staff: Lamont Taylor (linebackers), Gregory Taylor (defensive coordinator), Tom Kirchmeyer (offensive coordinator), Shane Russell (running backs), Ricky Sharpe (defensive backs), Zeb Smithson (offensive line), Tre'dale Tolver (wide receivers), Kerwin Walters (assistant), Meaghan Beaudoin (athletic trainer) 2011 season: 3-7, 1-2 in Academy League (third place), missed the CIF Southern Section East Valley Division playoffs Returning starters: seven offense, five defense Returning with honors: DT-WR Thomas Fenner, RB-CB Charlie Kim, OL-LB Lucas Ellison, OL Nick Francoeur, K-LB Joe Melita SCHEDULE August 24 - Calvary Chapel 31 - vs. Fairmont Prep at Yorba Linda September 7 - Capistrano Valley Christian 14 - Mission College Prep (San Luis Obispo)
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February 26, 2011
Newport Harbor High senior Parker Norton, the Daily Pilot Dream Team Football Player of the Year, said he will be a preferred walk-on at Colorado. Norton chose the Buffaloes over Southern Methodist. Norton, a wide receiver and cornerback, helped the Sailors (6-5, 3-2 in league) clinch third place in league and make their second straight CIF Southern Section Pac-5 Division playoff appearance. He earned the Sunset League Defensive Back of the Year honor after recording four interceptions and 12 pass break-ups, but he was just as good on offense.
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By Barry Faulkner | April 22, 2014
Kevin Emerson's first stint with the Orange Coast College football program was short and uneventful. But the former coach at Citrus and San Bernardino Valley community colleges, announced as the seventh coach in OCC's 66-year football history on Monday, is hoping for a much more meaningful association with the Pirates this time around. Emerson, chosen from more than 80 applicants, replaces Mike Taylor, who will be the Pirates' defensive coordinator after 15 seasons at the helm. Taylor was 62-91 to produce the worst winning percentage (.405)
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By Matt Szabo | August 10, 2006
If a member of the Costa Mesa Pop Warner Junior Midget Mustangs calls out "Coach Baume," problems may ensue. There are four men who could go by that title, plus a player administrator. Gary Baume is the head coach. His sons Dan and Sean are the offensive coordinator and defensive coordinator, respectively. His brother, Steve, is the equipment and first aid coach, while his father, Ed, is the player administrator. There are a couple other assistant coaches, but for the second straight year, the Junior Midget Mustangs coaching staff is primarily a Baume family affair.
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By David Carrillo Peñaloza | November 15, 2012
Cole Martin never imagined what his role would be with the Corona del Mar High football team before his sophomore year. He just wanted a chance to make an impact. The year was going to be his first on varsity full time. Starting on this level was the last thing on his mind. Running with the ball, forget about it. When he played offense last year on the freshman team, he mostly blocked for whoever was the lead running back. "I thought I would be playing every once in awhile," Martin said of when he moved up to varsity, seeing the two backs he opened holes for the year before also make the jump.
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By Barry Faulkner | April 22, 2014
Kevin Emerson's first stint with the Orange Coast College football program was short and uneventful. But the former coach at Citrus and San Bernardino Valley community colleges, announced as the seventh coach in OCC's 66-year football history on Monday, is hoping for a much more meaningful association with the Pirates this time around. Emerson, chosen from more than 80 applicants, replaces Mike Taylor, who will be the Pirates' defensive coordinator after 15 seasons at the helm. Taylor was 62-91 to produce the worst winning percentage (.405)
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By David Carrillo Peñaloza | November 15, 2012
Cole Martin never imagined what his role would be with the Corona del Mar High football team before his sophomore year. He just wanted a chance to make an impact. The year was going to be his first on varsity full time. Starting on this level was the last thing on his mind. Running with the ball, forget about it. When he played offense last year on the freshman team, he mostly blocked for whoever was the lead running back. "I thought I would be playing every once in awhile," Martin said of when he moved up to varsity, seeing the two backs he opened holes for the year before also make the jump.
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August 15, 2012
League: Academy CIF Division: East Valley Coach: J.R. Tolver (fourth year, 18-14) Staff: Lamont Taylor (linebackers), Gregory Taylor (defensive coordinator), Tom Kirchmeyer (offensive coordinator), Shane Russell (running backs), Ricky Sharpe (defensive backs), Zeb Smithson (offensive line), Tre'dale Tolver (wide receivers), Kerwin Walters (assistant), Meaghan Beaudoin (athletic trainer) 2011 season: 3-7, 1-2 in Academy League (third place), missed the CIF Southern Section East Valley Division playoffs Returning starters: seven offense, five defense Returning with honors: DT-WR Thomas Fenner, RB-CB Charlie Kim, OL-LB Lucas Ellison, OL Nick Francoeur, K-LB Joe Melita SCHEDULE August 24 - Calvary Chapel 31 - vs. Fairmont Prep at Yorba Linda September 7 - Capistrano Valley Christian 14 - Mission College Prep (San Luis Obispo)
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August 13, 2012
League: Academy CIF Division: East Valley Coach: J.R. Tolver (fourth year, 18-14) Staff: Lamont Taylor (linebackers), Gregory Taylor (defensive coordinator), Tom Kirchmeyer (offensive coordinator), Shane Russell (running backs), Ricky Sharpe (secondary), Zeb Smithson (offensive line), Tre'dale Tolver (receivers), Kerwin Walters (assistant), Meaghan Beaudoin (athletic trainer) 2011 season: 3-7, 1-2 in league (third place), missed the CIF Southern Section East Valley Division playoffs Returning starters: seven offense, five defense Returning with honors: DT-WR Thomas Fenner, RB-CB Charlie Kim, OL-LB Lucas Ellison, OL Nick Francoeur, K-LB Joe Melita SCHEDULE August 24 – Calvary Chapel 31 – vs. Fairmont Prep at Yorba Linda September 7 – Capistrano Valley Christian 14 – Mission College Prep (San Luis Obispo)
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By Barry Faulkner | June 14, 2012
Matt Grootegoed, one of the most decorated Orange County high school football players of all time and a former All-American linebacker at USC, will coach linebackers at Orange Coast College during the upcoming football season, Pirates' Coach Mike Taylor said Thursday. Grootegoed, who had a brief NFL career, played the last of his three seasons for the Calgary Stampeders of the Canadian Football League in 2009. After a heralded career at Mater Dei, where he was a two-way standout at tailback and safety, Grootegoed was a four-year starter at linebacker for USC. He earned All-American laurels in 2004, played for back-to-back national champions in 2003 and 2004 and played with Heisman Trophy winners Carson Palmer, Matt Leinart and Reggie Bush.
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David Carrillo Peñaloza, david.carrillo@latimes.com | April 22, 2011
Less than a month into his new job as Corona del Mar High's football coach, Scott Meyer has assembled a staff. And he is very happy about his assistants. Dan O'Shea joins the Sea Kings as the defensive coordinator after spending six years at Trabuco Hills. O'Shea helped Trabuco Hills reach the CIF Southern Section Southwest Division finals in 2009 and in 2007 as well as advance to the semifinals in 2006 and 2008. Kevin Hettig is the offensive coordinator and will be in charge of the wide receivers.
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February 26, 2011
Newport Harbor High senior Parker Norton, the Daily Pilot Dream Team Football Player of the Year, said he will be a preferred walk-on at Colorado. Norton chose the Buffaloes over Southern Methodist. Norton, a wide receiver and cornerback, helped the Sailors (6-5, 3-2 in league) clinch third place in league and make their second straight CIF Southern Section Pac-5 Division playoff appearance. He earned the Sunset League Defensive Back of the Year honor after recording four interceptions and 12 pass break-ups, but he was just as good on offense.
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September 1, 2006
Colors: Navy blue, orange and white. Conference: Mission, American Division. 2005 record : 6-5, 3-2 in the division. Type of offense: Multiple. Type of defense: Four-three. Head Coach: Mike Taylor (eighth, 29-43). Staff: Taylor (defensive coordinator); Doug Smith (offensive line); Scott Orloff (defensive coordinator, secondary); Matt Mitchell (offensive coordinator., quarterbacks); Steve Fullmer (running backs, special teams)
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By Matt Szabo | August 10, 2006
If a member of the Costa Mesa Pop Warner Junior Midget Mustangs calls out "Coach Baume," problems may ensue. There are four men who could go by that title, plus a player administrator. Gary Baume is the head coach. His sons Dan and Sean are the offensive coordinator and defensive coordinator, respectively. His brother, Steve, is the equipment and first aid coach, while his father, Ed, is the player administrator. There are a couple other assistant coaches, but for the second straight year, the Junior Midget Mustangs coaching staff is primarily a Baume family affair.
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