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March 13, 2000
GARDEN GROVE - Nick Cabico picked up right where he left off for Costa Mesa High's baseball team in Saturday's 5-3 win over host Rancho Alamitos in the Costa Mesa Tournament. Cabico, who went 5 for 5 in the Mustangs' last game against Santiago of Corona, went 4 for 4 on Saturday with a run scored and an RBI, giving him nine hits in his last nine at-bats. "I don't know if that's some sort of record, but I'm sure it's gotta be up there," Coach Kirk Bauermeister said.
SPORTS
By Matt Szabo | September 7, 2007
Antwon Byrd stood out last week, rushing for 184 yards and a touchdown in the Costa Mesa High football team’s 62-7 loss to Savanna High. But, as the Mustangs prepare to face Rancho Alamitos tonight at 7 at Newport Harbor High, Mustangs Coach Jeremy Osso would like more players to strive to be at that level. “I think Antwon’s only going to get better,” Osso said of the Mustangs junior, who also plays linebacker. “But we have to become more versatile by using everybody else, or else they’ll just stack the box. Other people have to step up.” One player who will try to step up this week is Brian Waldron.
SPORTS
By David Carrillo Peñaloza | September 8, 2007
NEWPORT BEACH — The first call before making any in his first varsity start at quarterback, Brian Waldron phoned his older brother in Utah. During the week leading up to Costa Mesa High’s game against Rancho Alamitos, Brian sought Cody’s advice. The former Mustangs’ starter kept it simple. “He just told me to keep at it,” Brian said. “Mesa has struggled lately in football, but you just got to keep on playing.” The sophomore practically never took a down off Friday.
NEWS
January 6, 2002
GARDEN GROVE - Corona del Mar High sophomore forward Madison Otterbein scored a game-high 16 points and added a team-leading six rebounds as CdM's girls basketball team defeated Rancho Alamitos, 67-25, to capture seventh place Saturday in the Cavalier Classic at Santiago High. The Sea Kings (5-10), also led by senior point guard Andrea Gruber (eight assists), outscored the Vaqueros in the first quarter, 15-9, then built a 37-13 halftime lead. "We finally got the ball down low and it shows with Madison," CdM Coach Elbert Davis said.
SPORTS
By Dominic Perrone | September 7, 2006
After a 55-7 loss in the opening game of the season, what the Costa Mesa High football team needs to work on is obvious. Savanna racked up 363 yards on the ground Friday with three touchdowns of 30 or more yards. The focus this week is on stopping the run and big plays for tonight's game against Rancho Alamitos. The Mustangs and Vaqueros meet in a nonleague game at 7 at Bolsa Grande High. The task is something first-year coach Jeremy Osso is prepared for. "We want to have an attacking defense," Osso said.
FEATURES
By Matt Szabo | February 15, 2008
COSTA MESA — On the first five Rancho Alamitos possessions of the game, the Costa Mesa High girls’ basketball team forced the Vaqueros into turnovers. Visiting Rancho Alamitos also went scoreless in a-more-than-10-minute stretch in the second half of Thursday night’s CIF Southern Section Division IV-AA first-round playoff game. Numbers aside, the intensity the Mustangs allowed Coach Jim Weeks to smile, which he did after Mesa won, 57-32. “When we play just solid defense, then we’re really tough,” said Weeks, whose No. 5-seeded team will play at No. 12-seeded St. Matthias of Downey on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. in the second round.
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By Dominic Perrone | September 8, 2006
GARDEN GROVE — A fourth coach in four years meant the Costa Mesa High football team would spend the early part of the season learning. School continued to be in session Thursday. The location of class was Bolsa Grande High and Rancho Alamitos was doing the teaching. But Costa Mesa also added in some home schooling in learning from its own mistakes. The score was 42-12, the grade was 'L' and the Mustangs dropped to 0-2 on the year as a result of the nonleague contest, Rancho Alamitos' first game of the season.
SPORTS
By David Carrillo Peñaloza | February 13, 2013
CORONA DEL MAR - Around this time of the season, Coach Ryan Schachter calls up players to join the Corona del Mar High boys' basketball team. They have names most fans haven't heard of all season, names the PA announcer has never uttered during a varsity game. Rarely do these players from the lower-level programs get to play around this time of the season, in the CIF Southern Section playoffs. That changed Wednesday in the Sea Kings' Division 3-AA first-round game. Four youngsters entered with six minutes left to play against Rancho Alamitos.
NEWS
December 28, 2001
GARDEN GROVE - Costa Mesa High senior Ashley Wright scored eight goals to lead the Mustangs girls water polo team to a 17-10 nonleague victory over host Rancho Alamitos Thursday. The Mustangs (7-7) built a 4-0 lead in the first period and never looked back. Mesa seniors Katie Axton and Candice Carpenter scored three goals each, while senior Sarah Douglas added two and junior Allison Gravis netted one. Mustangs sophomore Gina Paulhus anchored the defense, stopping nine shots.
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By David Carrillo Peñaloza | February 13, 2013
CORONA DEL MAR - Around this time of the season, Coach Ryan Schachter calls up players to join the Corona del Mar High boys' basketball team. They have names most fans haven't heard of all season, names the PA announcer has never uttered during a varsity game. Rarely do these players from the lower-level programs get to play around this time of the season, in the CIF Southern Section playoffs. That changed Wednesday in the Sea Kings' Division 3-AA first-round game. Four youngsters entered with six minutes left to play against Rancho Alamitos.
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SPORTS
By Barry Faulkner | November 30, 2012
GARDEN GROVE - Entering his first game without much continuity in preseason practices, Newport Harbor High boys' basketball coach Bob Torribio said there is still much to learn about his Sailors. But Torribio, in his first season as head coach though he has held the interim tag at various times in recent years, said there is little mystery that height will be one of the biggest advantages his team figures to exploit this season. Such was the case in the Sailors' season-opening 66-53 nonleague victory at Rancho Alamitos on Friday, when 7-foot senior Kevin Rakestraw and 6-5 senior Brian Robbs were head and shoulders above anyone else on the floor.
SPORTS
January 4, 2012
BOYS' SOCCER Estancia 6, Rancho Alamitos 0 COSTA MESA — Ramiro Ramirez scored two goals for the Eagles in the nonleague game at Jim Scott Stadium Wednesday. Vicente Lopez had two assists and a goal and Carlos Barrios had two assists for Estancia (6-3-1). Carlos Moreno, Oscar Barannon and Anthony Pastrana scored a goal each, while Christian Montillo and Wesley Pena provided an assist each. Goalie Alex Plata had two saves in his shutout to help Estancia bounce back from its 1-0 loss to JSerra Monday.
SPORTS
October 10, 2009
BOYS’ WATER POLO Estancia Tournament COSTA MESA — Estancia High came away with the consolation championship after beating Rancho Alamitos, 9-6, at Estancia’s pool Saturday. Charlie Umansky led the Eagles (12-6) with eight goals in two games. He scored three against Rancho Alamitos, as did teammate Preston Schow. Estancia goalie Connor Graham recorded 10 saves. Earlier in the day, Umansky notched five goals to lead Estancia to a 5-4 win against Warren in the consolation semifinals.
SPORTS
April 5, 2008
Players from the Corona del Mar, Costa Mesa and Estancia high school baseball teams won’t be taking the week off like their classmates in the Newport-Mesa District. That’s because the baseball teams will be playing in the Beach Pit Classic, the 16-team tournament that starts today. The Beach Pit Classic, formerly the Pride of the Coast Tournament, resumes on Monday and ends Wednesday with the championship game played at Corona del Mar at 2 p.m. Last year, the Sea Kings lost to San Clemente in the title game, 5-1. Corona del Mar opens the tournament against former Pacific Coast League rival Northwood today at 11 a.m. at Costa Mesa.
FEATURES
By Matt Szabo | February 15, 2008
COSTA MESA — On the first five Rancho Alamitos possessions of the game, the Costa Mesa High girls’ basketball team forced the Vaqueros into turnovers. Visiting Rancho Alamitos also went scoreless in a-more-than-10-minute stretch in the second half of Thursday night’s CIF Southern Section Division IV-AA first-round playoff game. Numbers aside, the intensity the Mustangs allowed Coach Jim Weeks to smile, which he did after Mesa won, 57-32. “When we play just solid defense, then we’re really tough,” said Weeks, whose No. 5-seeded team will play at No. 12-seeded St. Matthias of Downey on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. in the second round.
NEWS
By David Carrillo Peñaloza Daily Pilot | February 11, 2008
In a week, Coach Jim Weeks pictures a tough road back to the championship game. Weeks has been through this before, the CIF Southern Section playoffs, with the Costa Mesa High girls? basketball program. On Sunday, the first step, learning who the Mustangs will play in the playoffs. Their path after the first two rounds sure looks troublesome as the playoff pairings were released at the CIF Southern Section headquarters in Los Alamitos. Costa Mesa is one of two Newport-Mesa-area programs advancing, the other Sage Hill School, in Division IV-AA.
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