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By Steve Virgen | April 19, 2013
There's a young vibe on the Newport Harbor High sailing team. But that doesn't necessarily mean that Newport Harbor is in rebuilding mode. There's a high standard for the program. After all, they are the Sailors. "We have to be good," Newport Harbor Coach Payson Infelise said of having the nickname the Sailors. "Because otherwise, who are we?" These Sailors possess one of the top high school sailing programs in the nation. They have finished within the top six in the nation the past four years, Infelise said.
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April 13, 2013
CORONA DEL MAR - Brett Olson went two for four with a run batted in to help lead the Corona del Mar High past University and star pitcher Jordan Scheftz, 9-7, Friday at CdM. The Sea Kings (6-11, 2-5 in league) pounded out 10 hits on Scheftz, the UC Irvine-bound senior who went the whole way. CdM overcame a 5-0 deficit after two innings. The Sea Kings scored two in the second inning after Nolan McCarthy's two-RBI single. CdM added two more runs in the third, highlighted by Tyler Duncan's double.
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By David Carrillo Peñaloza | April 10, 2013
CORONA DEL MAR - Last year's Pacific Coast League boys' track and field dual meet between Corona del Mar High and Woodbridge went down to the wire. But a couple of Sea Kings didn't show up for the finish. "It came down to the mile relay and our guys weren't even there to run. We had a couple of guys leave [the meet early]," CdM Coach Bill Sumner said. "It came down to that, but it should've never come down to that. We should've won last year. We didn't. " Sumner didn't have to worry about whether he had any runners in the 4x400-meter relay against Woodbridge on Tuesday.
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By Matt Szabo | April 8, 2013
IRVINE — Controlling the draw is a big part of lacrosse. Controlling emotions may prove even more valuable for the Corona del Mar High girls' lacrosse team as the season continues. The Sea Kings lost a chance to take control of the Pacific Coast League on Monday afternoon at Beckman High. Their comeback fell short and they lost to the Patriots, 12-11, in a battle of league unbeatens. CdM (10-3, 5-1 in league) can still most likely earn a share of the league title for the second straight year by beating Beckman (10-3, 5-0)
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April 5, 2013
Corona del Mar High senior guards Blake Grable and Max Stone made first-team All-Pacific Coast League in boys' basketball after they led the Sea Kings to a runner-up finish in league and the semifinals of the CIF Southern Section Division 3AA playoffs. The duo lifted CdM (21-10, 8-2 in league) to its first semifinal appearance since the 2006-07 season. The Sea Kings broke through after three straight seasons exiting in the quarterfinals. Grable elevated his play in league and the playoffs, and averaged 12.7 points per game for the season.
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By Matt Szabo | February 8, 2013
IRVINE - The Corona del Mar High girls' soccer team took much of the drama out of the match early. The Sea Kings needed to win or tie Friday's rescheduled Pacific Coast League finale against University to capture their third straight outright league title. And, with first-half goals by sophomore Shelby Brown and junior Jayden Smith, Coach Bryan Middleton could feel comfortable at halftime. Corona del Mar has not given up three goals in a match all year. As it turns out, CdM is not giving up its perch atop the league either.
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By David Carrillo Peñaloza | February 5, 2013
IRVINE - In the past, down the stretch of Pacific Coast League play, Corona del Mar High has dealt with adversity. Injuries and illnesses got in the way of the Sea Kings claiming the league title, or them having to share it. The Sea Kings have stumbled before in the final week of league, losing crucial games. They tend to be the better team, winning or sharing four of the past six league championships. They're no longer the team to beat in league. Injuries and illnesses have nothing to do with it. With a chance to move into a first-place tie with Northwood on Tuesday, the Sea Kings came up short on the road and it cost them any shot at a league crown and a possible top-four seed in the upcoming CIF Southern Section Division 3-AA playoffs.
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By David Carrillo Peñaloza | February 1, 2013
CORONA DEL MAR - The handful of times the assistant referees raised a flag to signal an offside call on Corona del Mar High, players and fans lashed out. They complained the Sea Kings were onside, in position to strike, only to see a flag stall their team's attack. Despite not getting those calls, the Sea Kings still dominated most of the match against Irvine on Friday. None of that mattered. When it ended, the Sea Kings were in an unfamiliar position when it comes to Pacific Coast League play.
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